81 Major Trump Achievements List For Year One, Good News Friday

81 Major Trump Achievements List For Year One, Good News Friday:  We call it Good News Friday because it’s a chance for David and Tim to share some good news from across the nation and around the world. We don’t often hear good news from the media but here on WallBuilders Live, we are about to share with you just some of the good things happening right now. In this episode, we talk about 81 major Trump achievements, 11 Obama legacy items repealed, President Trump outpaces Obama with 19 federal court judges confirmed, Ohio is the 3rd State to ban abortions on babies with Down Syndrome.  Also, we talk about the good news from last year as we look back on 2017, victories in immigration laws, good news in the economy with big companies bringing jobs back to the United States, pro-life victories, and more!

Air Date: 01/05/2018


Guests: David Barton, Rick Green, and Tim Barton


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Faith And The Culture

Rick:

You’ve found your way to the intersection of faith and the culture. Welcome to WallBuilders Live where we’re talking about today’s hottest topics on policy, faith, and the culture. All of it from a Biblical, historical, and Constitutional perspective. It’s Friday, so it’s Good News Friday around here at WallBuilders.

We’re here with David Barton, America’s premier historian and our founder here at WallBuilders. Also Tim Barton, national speaker and pastor. He’s president of WallBuilders. And my name is Rick Green, I’m a former Texas legislator.

And we are so glad you joined us cause you’re getting some good news right here at the beginning of the year. David, Tim, it’s our first Good News Friday of 2018. If folks want some of the older — I should say older, okay, 2017 is old now. But 2017 Good News Fridays, they’re available on our web at WallBuildersLive.com in the archives section. Also visit WallBuilders.com so you can get some tools to equip and inspire your family this year in 2018.

So, David, Tim, I’m looking forward to some good news. I don’t know if you have — do you have 2018 good news already or is this the last part of 2017 good news we’re getting to hear?

David:

Yes, it’s both of them.

Rick:

Both of those, okay.

What Good Things Did Congress and Trump Get Done Last Year?

David:

So, we’ve got old and new and part of the new is looking back at the old. So, let me start out with one right off the bat that– let me just ask you guys, “What good things do you know that Congress and that Trump got done last year?

Tim:

Taxes.

Rick:

Tax cut definitely comes to mind, yes.

David:

Alright, so taxes. Anything else?

Tim:

Does it have to be both of them together?

David:

It doesn’t have to both them together.

Tim:

Because President Trump, we could talk about Israel, really big deal, talk about embassy in Jerusalem. We could talk about some of his executive orders, some of the judicial appointments.

Rick:

Yeah, lots of goodies on the appointment front. So, judicial appointments, even, if we’re talking 2017 for the whole year, all of his cabinet appointments– not all of them, but certainly most of them are really good.

Tim:

Absolutely.

Rick:

Man, we could spend all day on that good news.

81 Major Items Accomplished Last Year

David:

Well, we could because I have a list here of 81 major items that got accomplished last year. And 11 of those 81 items actually repealed major Obama things. So, in addition to moving forward on what he said, he also backed us up from some things that were done in previous generations.

Not the least of which is immigration, open border stuff. Did you guys know that immigration, illegal immigration, is down 36 percent and we’ve not passed a new immigration law at all? All we did is just start enforcing some laws. So, immigration is down and, by the way, he has also chopped funding to over 300 cities that are sanctuary cities. Hadn’t heard much about that, but that’s a big deal.

Rick:

And speaking of those sanctuary cities, his — and appointments, it’s kind of a combined good news there– is that the, and I forget the guy’s name, but the acting director of ICE saying, look, California, that this business of naming themselves a sanctuary state is not going to stand. They’re going to go in and enforce federal law. And of course his complaint, which I think is accurate, is that Jerry Brown and the California guys are putting law enforcement officers at risk. Because now instead of handing over these illegal aliens at the jail, now the ICE guys have to actually go into homes and go into communities–

David:

Yeah.

Rick:

–and make those arrests. Which, that’s part of law enforcement, but it’s obviously much more dangerous doing it that way. Rather than the way they typically would do it – being handed over by state or local officials.

Immigration

David:

Well, let me take immigration for a bit because illegal immigration is dropping rapidly at this point, just for enforcement. We’ve talked before Ecclesiastes 8:11 says, “If you don’t enforce a law, people are encouraged to keep breaking the law.” So, now simply saying that we’re going to enforce it we’ve had a 36 percent drop. And that is no new laws – that’s just existing laws. But, within that, the majority– there are 11 million illegal aliens or undocumented workers, whatever you prefer to call them, in the United States right now.

And the majority are– if there’s a majority of illegal aliens, where are they from?

Tim:

The Middle East.

Rick:

I’m assuming most of them from– what’d you, Tim?

Tim:

I said “the Middle East.”  I’m just throwing out things.

Rick:

Yeah *.

Tim:

South of the border.

David:

Yeah, most think of Mexico. Mexico does no longer have the majority. The majority are now coming from Asia and from Central America.

Rick:

Really?

Tim:

Wow.

Mexico is No Longer Our Sole Problem With Illegal Immigration

David:

So, illegal immigration, no longer is that a Mexico problem solely, that is elsewhere. But when you start looking at other things like, you guys know what MS13 is, right?

Tim:

Yeah.

Rick:

That’s the gangs from–

Tim:

Bad gangs.

Rick:

And that’s mostly what, Latin America?

David:

Yeah, that’s the really, really, really, really, violent gangs out of that area. We’ve helped arrest more than 4,000 MS13 gang members. And 800 of them here in the United States by Homeland Security. That’s an 80 percent increase in the arrest of MS13. That’s violent gang members.

They come to America not for a dream of anything except just ravaging others.   

That is the mafia of Chicago back in the prohibition area.

MS13 Gangs

Rick:

Yeah, so, these are the guys you typically, when you see those stories– In fact, I’ve read several recently about MS13 gangs in L.A. and in other areas. I mean, we’re talking bad stuff like setting people on fire before they kill them – just awful, awful, stuff.

And these are the same guys that when Obama essentially invited folks to come across the border, and the supposed “kids”, these were 16-17 year old MS13 gang members that were coming in those groups. And Texas had to deal with a lot of that over the last couple of years.

David:

Yeah, and they were also getting in the U.S. military. And if you serve as a foreign person, in the U.S. military, you can get citizenship. And they wanted the U.S. military to learn the discipline of how to run a military kind of gang and that’s what they do. They have the military tactics and discipline of that. They are terrorists, they want you to be absolutely terrorized.

So they are brutal and what they do, they are the American version of ISIS, they do come largely out of Central America. And so they are not here for anything except for bad reasons. And that was part of the open borders stuff that was happening, but now that is cracking down.

So, let me just, I’ll just thumb through some other things here. As you look back on the legacy of programs of President Obama that have been repealed, Obamacare is effectively repealed by killing the individual mandate. That is the heart, the soul, the guts – you’ve still got a body on life support, but with tax reform and killing the individual mandate, Obamacare essentially gone. Closing the border. Communist Cuba – they don’t get the benefits they had anymore.

What we’ve done with the *Ran, what we’ve done with the Paris Accords, the Trans-Pacific stuff, all the stuff that had been done that’s going backwards. The GDP is now above 3 percent for four consecutive quarters. You have to go back 17 years for that. There are 1.7 million new jobs. Unemployment is now down to 4.1 percent.

Economic Confidence

David:

Economic confidence has reached a 17 year high. On top of that, he had promised to kill two regulations for every new one created. You remember that promise? You think he kept it or not?

Rick:

I certainly haven’t heard about it if he did.

David:

He did not keep it. He has cut 16 regulations for every new one that’s gone in.

Rick:

Sixteen cut for every new regulation during his presidency.

David:

Sixteen cut for every 1.

Tim:

So, he did more than keep it.

David:

That’s right.

Tim:

So, he didn’t keep it, no, no, he did way more.

David:

Yeah, he said he was going to do two for one. He did 16 to 1.

Tim:

In fact, I feel like I might be getting tired of all the winning right now. We’re winning so much I’m getting tired of it.

Rick:

I would have been thrilled with two to one.

David:

I would have been thrilled with two to one also.

Rick:

Sixteen to one is stupendous, that’s fantastic.

David:

Sixteen and 15 laws were passed that he signed that made major regulatory cuts. So, in addition to cutting regulations, there has also been 15 signed laws that went through the House and the Senate that made major stuff. So, I mentioned cutting the Paris Climate Agreement, which is great.

Rick:

Okay, I’m with Tim, I’m getting tired of winning right now. We’ve got to take a break. We’ll come back for more winning. Stay with us, folks, we’ve got more good news. It’s a great first Good News Friday of 2018. You’re listening to WallBuilders Live.

Bring A Speaker To Your Area

Tim:

Hey, this is Tim Barton with WallBuilders.  And as you’ve had the opportunity to listen to WallBuilders Live, you’ve probably heard a wealth of information about our nation, about our spiritual heritage, about the religious liberties, and about all the things that make America exceptional.

And you might be thinking, “As incredible as this information is, I wish there was a way that I could get one of the WallBuilders guys to come to my area and share with my group.”

Whether it be a church, whether it be a Christian school, or public school, or some political event, or activity, if you’re interested in having a WallBuilders speaker come to your area, you can get on our website at www.WallBuilders.com and there’s a tab for scheduling. If you’ll click on that tab, you’ll notice there’s a list of information from speakers bio’s, to events that are already going on. And there’s a section where you can request an event, to bring this information about who we are, where we came from, our religious liberties, and freedoms. Go to the WallBuilders website and Bring a speaker to your area.

Rick:

Welcome back and thanks for staying with us here on WallBuilders Live. It’s Good News Friday, our first want of 2018. Getting a recap of a lot of the good news from 2017. And, David, you were going through a list of 81 different things coming out of Washington D.C. this year that were good news that Trump did either through executive orders, or his appointees to the agencies implemented these things. Or you were also mentioning, right as we went to break, specific legislative items that got rid of regulation. And something like, what’d you say, 16 to 1 regulations cut?

David:

16-1, yep!

Rick:

Versus new ones.

Up to a Quarter of What a Family Makes Per Year Goes to Regulations

David:

Every new regulation that has gone in, they have now cut 16 regulations for every new one they’ve placed in. That is massive. We’ve talked in previous programs how that up to one-fourth of what a family would make in a year goes for paying for regulations. And now it’s the first year, a number of states have kicked in their minimum wage requirements.

I’m going to make the announcement again, corporations never pay taxes and they don’t pay wages. Consumers pay wages. Everything I pay an employee, a consumer pays for that through the products we produce, through the things we turn out, we raise our prices to cover everything whatever business I run. And so minimum wage, “Yeah, that’s going to help the worker, right?” No, what that does is raise the price of bread, it raises the price of fast food, it raises the price of buying retail clothing in stores.

Rick:

And it hurts the very people they’re claiming to help.

David:

That’s exactly right.

Rick:

Every time I pass one, just look at McDonald’s, Kiosk, pick your example, the job market shrinks for those lower income wage earners. Minimum wage is a disaster every time they do it. It’s horrible economics.

David:

Yeah, when government gets involved in regulating the economy or business it’s always a bad deal. And so when you start cutting regulations what you do is you free up businesses to not have to pay. Even around here at WallBuilders we have multiple people who do accounting work just so we can keep up with all the paperwork and regulations the government puts on us as a small business.

Our products could be substantially cheaper, our employees could have much more, if we didn’t have to pay for all the stuff that the government requires us to pay for through regulations. So, literally, if you could reduce regulations, you would increase family income about 25% a year. Or actually, it’s about 14,000 to 15,000 dollars a year is what the cost of regulations are to every American family.

Major Companies Coming Back to the United States

David:

So, you have that that’s going down. In addition to that, I haven’t heard much about this, but the announcement of all of these major companies coming back to the United States and building big, big, corporate facilities here or jobs. Toyota, Mazda, Broadcom Ltd, Foxconn, a bunch of companies are coming back to the United States. And by the way, just since Congress passed the tax cuts, it hasn’t even gone into effect yet, AT&T, major banks, all of these major companies, Wells Fargo, Boin, etc., have now offered pay hikes to their employees as a result of the tax cut that is going into effect. It hasn’t even gone into effect yet, but that’s what they think it means for the economy.

So, now with less taxes you get more people getting more income, which means they will pay taxes, they will buy stuff that is taxed, so more tax money will come into the treasuries of the United States. So, you’ve got all these major corporations that are now announcing what they’re going to be doing.

We have now opened 77 million acres of government-held lands for oil and gas drilling. Which will increase oil and gas production, which means we don’t have to rely on foreign entities for our energy.

We have ended what’s called “chain migration and immigration” where that if you get in you can bring your 47 closest relatives with you. So, the chain immigration stuff has now ended, which, significantly stopped stuff.

We mentioned about what’s happened with the MS13 kind of stuff.

Trump has nominated 73 federal judges and so far, now I don’t know all 73, but all the ones I’ve seen so far I do not have an objection to any single judge that he’s nominated. And I was hoping, and I said a year ago before he was elected, “I hope that we will get 50 percent of the federal judges being guys I would like.” At this point, I’ve not seen a single one that I don’t like.

We now have a full audit of the Pentagon and all Pentagon spending going on. That’s another one like the Federal Reserve that doesn’t get audited. So, we’ve got accountability going.

The life measures that he has passed in the first year, everything from the Mexico City policy, to what we’ve done with defunding UN programs that we were paying for there were pro-abortion, shutting down the Global Office for Women’s Initiatives that is a pro-abortion thing– I mean, just—

Rick:

Wait, wait, you mentioned the U.N., so can we put in at least one little plug here for just the good news– this is a good news phrase right now, Nikki Haley.

David:

That’s right. That’s right, yep.

Saying the Things That Haven’t Been Said in so Long

Rick:

When she speaks at the U.N., I feel like it’s everything we would want somebody to say. It’s the stuff that hasn’t been said in so long. And same for Trump’s responses and his tweets to these countries that have gone against us over the Jerusalem thing. Just, I couldn’t be happier, man.

David:

Well, and remember, she said she was going to kick tail and keep names on it. And so Trump now  tweets saying, “Pakistan, we don’t need to be paying you any more foreign aid kind of stuff.” Which, a lot of senators have been calling for for a while. But Nikki saying that, increased the number of nations that voted for Israel by 50 percent.

Rick:

Wow.

David:

Now, I’ve got to point out that went from six to nine nations that voted for Israel. So, 50 percent, but 35 abstained, they wouldn’t vote against Israel. So–

Tim:

Or maybe specifically, they wouldn’t vote against the U.S. too.

David:

That’s right, yeah, her threat that, “Look, we’re paying attention to who votes against Israel.”    You know, people are seeing teeth now. We’re getting some international respect we haven’t had in a while.

Rick:

That’s right.

ISIS No Longer Has Any Substantial Land in the Middle East

David:

Oh by the way, ISIS no longer has any substantial land in the Middle East. They have been kicked out of the Middle East. They’re trying to reorganize in Indonesia, and Africa, and elsewhere. But ISIS as a factor in the Middle East is pretty much– they just don’t have turf they’re holding anymore.

Rick:

Yeah.

David:

We’re working on rebuilding the military. You know, I can go through these 81 things, they’re pretty substantial things in a year.

Rick:

Even just the attitude of getting the respect from other countries. But it’s almost like a Reagan-esque type pride coming back whenever your president says, “Look, if the U.N. is going to go against us on everything, maybe we just need to give them less money.”

That’s the kind of thing we haven’t had a president say in a very long time. Now whether or not they actually do it, and Congress will follow through and reduce the amount of money we give them, who knows. But I just love the fact that he’s at least starting that conversation where in the past, presidents have been afraid to even say that.

David:

Well, to throw another one out there, all this tough guy stuff. CNN is all bent out of shape because he’s a cowboy, and all this tough rhetoric, and he’s going to make the world more unsafe. Do you know that since he’s started this tough rhetoric, the NATO nations have been more involved with this than they have been? They’ve gotten involved with this, they’re willing to help, because they know that we’ve got their back. If they get involved and do something to help in these hotspot areas, they know that if somebody comes after them we’re going to help them.

So, us being tough has now increased the number of players on the playing field that are taking on the bad guys. And that’s a huge thing because that saves American lives in the overall run of things. It’s–

Rick:

Yeah, no doubt. Sorry to interrupt you, Dave, got to take another quick break, guys. We’ll be right back, folks. More good news – and this is just the first Friday of 2018. We’ve got more than we’re going to be able to share, but we’ll get as much in as we possibly can. Stay with us, you’re listening to WallBuilders Live!

Biographical Sketches

Hi friends! This is Tim Barton of WallBuilders.This is a time when most Americans don’t know much about American history or even heroes of the faith. I know, oftentimes as parents, we’re trying to find good content for our kids to read.

If you remember back in the Bible, the Book of Hebrews it has the Faith Hall of Fame, where they outlined the leaders of faith that had gone before them. Well,, this is something that as Americans we really want to go back and outline some of these heroes not just of American history, but heroes of Christianity and our faith as well.

I wanted to let you know about some biographical sketches we have available on our website. One is called, “The Courageous Leaders Collection” and this collection includes people like Abigail Adams, Abraham Lincoln, Francis Scott Key, George Washington Carver, Susanna Wesley, even the Wright brothers.

There’s a second collection called, “Heroes of History” in this collection you read about people like Benjamin Franklin, Christopher Columbus, Daniel Boone, George Washington, Harriet Tubman, the list goes on and on.

This is a great collection for your young person to have and read. And it’s a providential view of American and Christian history. This is available at WallBuilders.com.

Rick:

Welcome Back! Thanks for staying with us on WallBuilders Live. Good news Friday today and you can get more of these Good News Friday programs at our website, WallBuildersLive.com.

We’re here with David and Tim Barton. They’re sharing that good news and we’ve been going over a long list, more than we can actually get through in one program, of the different things that happened in 2017. Who’s next? Tim, you up?

All The Victories from Last Year

Tim:

Yeah, I’m going to jump in and actually, so as we mentioned at the beginning of the program, there’s a lot of good news we have that actually references some things that happened last year. Because so many groups, organizations, polling places, Gallup, and all these different organizations are looking back and talking about all the victories from last year. So, a lot of the news that’s on the top of my stack right now from this last week, or two weeks ago, is sayings, recounting. And so as we mentioned, Dad, you mentioned all the judges that Trump had. I have an article about Trump outpacing Obama with 19 federal court judges confirmed.

So, not just nominated, at the federal court, 19 confirmed. And among those we’ve mentioned some of these names before, guys like James Ho who’s going to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.

David:

I can’t tell you how big– James is a good friend. And James is a killer guy, and he’s one of the guys that could be a potential Supreme Court justice. They look at him in that light.

Tim:

And he’s the first Asian American to be on this fifth circuit, first one to be on that court. And so really a significant deal.

Rick:

And Don Willett, sworn in just a few days ago.

David:

Yeah, on the same Fifth Circuit.

Rick:

Yeah.

David:

Don’s a good friend as well. He used to be on the Texas Supreme Court. He helped George W. Bush do the faith-based stuff back at the beginning. So really, really, good guy. And–

Your Sins Will Find You Out

Rick:

Oh, oh, can I just throw in, while we’re talking about Don, the good news of how Senator Franken just went after him in the confirmation hearings, just ridiculous stuff. And the very next day, right after he did that to Willett, the very next day was when all the stuff about Franken came out and his hold down– I’m sorry, I know people can tell I’m smiling when I say that, and I shouldn’t. But it was just ironic and just more good news that we don’t have Al Franken in the U.S. Senate. And hopefully going to get a much better senator from Minnesota this year.

Tim:

Well, one of the things the Bible tells us is that you should be certain that your sins will find you out. Proverbs says, “If you roll a stone up on the hill trying to get somebody else it’s going to roll back on you.” And so beyond the fact that, forget Republican/Democrat, the fact that vile things are being exposed. People that have committed vile acts and try to cover it up, I don’t care what party you’re a part of, I love the fact that light is shining on darkness and–  

David:

I’ve got to say, I don’t understand it. Polling is four out of five think that there are no moral absolutes, so I don’t understand why he got in trouble.

What About Moral Absolutes?

Tim:

Well, you are certainly saying that tongue in cheek. Because one of the things we talk about is even talking with millennials, where millennials are the ones that 80 percent of millennials say, “Well there’s no absolute moral truth.” But if you ask them, “Hey, is it wrong for someone to go into a school and murder little children?” “Oh absolutely.” “Oh, so you do believe there are absolutes.”

Everybody believes there are absolutes. Everybody believes there are morals, there are rights and wrongs.

David:

But, whether you look at Franken, or you look at Harvey Weinstein, or you look at all this stuff going on, everybody’s defaulting to the Biblical  standard of morality after having said, “We don’t believe there are moral absolutes.” They’re all getting upset over violations of what we consider Biblical standards and morality. Which is interesting to me that their default position is back to a Biblical standard even though they deny one exists.

Rick:

Right, and like Thomas Paine, they’re claiming they don’t even understand where that right or wrong came from. So, we feel kind of like Benjamin Franklin saying, “Why do you think that standard is what it is?” You’re pointing out, it’s a Biblical standard, that’s where that concept of good and bad comes from.

Tim:

Yeah, you– where Thomas Paine said, “Hey, we don’t need Christianity. We’ve outgrown the Bible, we’ve outgrown the need for all this.” And Franklin says, “Where do you think you learn that?” And let’s say that maybe you learned it somewhere else, right. Let’s just, okay, so maybe you don’t need that, but how many other people actually need this and how much it would benefit their life?

We can look can go, “Hey, yeah, you know what, if Harvey Weinstein would have followed Biblical standards of morality, none of this would have happened.” It would be a really good deal for him if– or really anybody, whether it’s Hollywood, or a congressman, senator, whoever it is.

David:

He didn’t follow Biblical standards morality and now people are yelling at him because he didn’t.

People are Recognizing There Should be Ethical Standards

Tim:

Now, it is this one specific issue, right. So, the good news we could talk about in this moment is that people are recognizing there should be ethical treatment of women, there should be some ethical standards of sexuality. Now, again, we could point to most of the culture around us and they would not have Biblical positions on the whole–

David:

Right.

Tim:

–on sexuality, or treatment of women, or whatever the case is. However, it is nonetheless interesting, as you point out, interesting to see that when some of these scandals are unfolded,  “He did what?! O, my goodness.” Well, people are outraged and ultimately he violated the Biblical standards of decency, of sexuality, of the treatment of women, etc. As opposed to what is culturally accepted.

Anyway, so certainly interesting to see some of these guys that are on the courts. Because we were talking about federal court, and Don Willett, and Al Franken kind of derailed us as he’s done many things, derailing in the past. Anyway–

Rick:

Right.

Tim:

So, Al Franken, and that could be a good news report that he’s gone too.

Rick:

And his attacks on Willott were specifically about, “You don’t respect women.”

Tim:

Great irony.

Rick:

And then all that happened the next day.

Tim:

Yeah, great irony.

Rick:

Sorry, I’m just enjoying the irony.

Nikki Haley

TIm:

So, even speaking of respecting women, so one of the interesting things that certainly Trump has been accused of is he’s a sexist guy, he’s no good, this long list of things against him. But with him being a sexist, it’s so interesting the women he has in positions of leadership, and really facial recognition with Sarah Sanders who handles the media. But we mentioned earlier Nikki Haley, right, where she has just become like the rock star that every American, at least for us conservatives, we are so proud of Nikki Haley.

So, speaking of her kind of confronting and standing up with great boldness against the U.N., and we mentioned that Trump has tweeted in support of her, that he’s come out in favor of her. One of the things that President Trump said is that the U.N., they take these hundreds of millions of dollars, even billions of dollars, and then they vote against us.

Well, we’re watching those votes. Let them vote against us. We’ll save a lot. We don’t care. And so, Nikki Haley, being the face of this, Trump supporting her, it’s just, it’s so fun to see people with backbone encourage standing up, positive things happen. And Nikki Haley is another great example. Let me throw in–

David:

And while you’re there, let me point out that we just got word that they have cut 235 million dollars from the U.N. for what the U.S. pays the U.N.. Which is a really good deal.

Tim:

David:

285, that’s it 285.

Pro-Life Victory

Tim:
So, we’re already making moves in the right direction. Let me throw in one more quick, quick, piece. Ohio becomes a third state to ban abortions on babies with Down Syndrome. So, pro-life victory in the midst of all we are talking about.

And in my stack, I’ve got dozens, and dozens, if not hundreds, of pro-life victories. But this one is so neat because one of the things that states have battled is, if a family, a mother, finds out she’s pregnant, that’s fine, we love children, oh, wait a second. This is going to be a special needs. This baby’s going have issues. There were provisions in many states that if your child was going to have special needs, if there’s going to be issues, Down Syndrome being one of them, then you have the right to terminate that pregnancy.

Well, Ohio has said, “No, no, no, no, no. We value all human life.” And so they are banning abortion on babies that are targeted because they have Down Syndrome or special needs as the case is, whatever this unique situation might be. But really cool news from Ohio that they’re recognizing the value of life and protecting life where it is. So, really cool stuff.

Thankful for Trump Achievements

Rick:

Man, we got so much more than we can actually share today, folks. There’s a lot of good news coming into 2018. Excited about what’s going to happen this year. If you want more good news right now this minute, go to WallBuildersLive.com, you can listen to some of the programs from the last few weeks. Otherwise, we’ll have more good news for you next Friday.

Listen throughout the week, Monday through Friday, to WallBuilders Live. We appreciate you being with us today on WallBuilders Live.

2018-01-19T12:07:53+00:00January 5th, 2018|Godly History & Good News|5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. David January 5, 2018 at 1:23 pm - Reply

    Very encouraging news on the Trump administration. Where can we get a list of the 81 achievements?

  2. James L. Smith January 5, 2018 at 1:26 pm - Reply

    I really need to find out who is running for Congress and the Senate in the 27 th US district in Texas. Also any local offices that are open.

  3. DeNiese Harrell January 6, 2018 at 2:34 pm - Reply

    Listening to the podcast of Trumps 81 achievements… could you guys compile a list of those to share? Thanks and love your program!

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