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March 08, 2023

American’s Unhealthy Behaviors are a Matter of National Security - with Chad Robichaux

Chad Robichaux is our guest, today, on to talk about the dwindling pool of eligible recruits for our military. America’s epidemic of unhealthy behaviors, body and mind, are leaving our military branches without the applicants they need. We need a strong spiritual emphasis to turn the culture in the right direction. With American’s once again believing that the body is a temple, we can start turning our behaviors around and building healthier, stronger bodies in the process. Only then will we have  a once-again ready military.

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The WallBuilders Show is a daily journey to examine today's issues from a Biblical, Historical and Constitutional perspective. Featured guests include elected officials, experts, activists, authors, and commentators.

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