Drag Queen Shows. . . In Oklahoma? - With Dr. Everett Piper: What happens when conservatives don't get involved in their local elections? What are the limits of tolerance? Are Christians called to hate anything? What should city councils do about lewd behavior in public? Tune in to hear the answers to these questions and much more as Dr. Everett Piper joins us to discuss appalling attempts to groom our children and what we can do about it!
WallBuilders Live! is the daily, half-hour program of David Barton, founder and president of WallBuilders. David is a nationally known Christian author and historian. Together with co-host Rick Green, WallBuilders Live! meets at the intersection of faith and politics, capturing the ideas of America’s Founding Fathers and applying them to the news and issues of today.
Embark on a crucial journey of transformation as reveal our quest for Biblical Citizenship in Modern America. Discover the actionable steps toward a renaissance of Biblical values and constitutional ideals in our local spheres. We reveal the profound effect that community activism can have on our nation's fabric. This episode is the ignition of your personal call to action, your gateway to becoming a pivotal force in this historic moment for our beloved country. This week's discourse dismantles the illusion that faith should be divorced from the political arena, advocating instead for an active Biblical citizenship deeply rooted in scripture. We mine the wisdom of our founders, confronting the ideologies that threaten the principles of freedom. The dialogue traverses the spiritual dimensions of societal conflicts, highlighting the transformative influence of a Biblical worldview. With special guests sharing insights into how faith shapes culture and governance, we empower you to see your role in the grander narrative, where individual actions coalesce into collective progress. Your voice counts more than you can imagine. We'll illustrate through stories and experiences that even the smallest of margins can sway the outcome of elections, and therefore the course of history. Investing in our political system with time, resources, and honor is not just a choice but an inheritance from the founding fathers, who set a precedent of sacrifice for the sake of freedom. We call on you to rise, take a stand, and ensure that the pillars of truth and honor stand unshaken in the public square. Join us in this episode to reignite the torch of Biblical citizenship and carry it forth into a future where our values illuminate the way. Support the show
Prepare for an enlightening journey with Chad Connelly of Faith Wins, as we dissect the intricate web of the 2024 election year, shining a spotlight on the seismic shifts within the political arena. Get ready to grasp the undercurrents that are redefining traditional political milestones, and discover President Trump's tactical maneuvers that continue to influence the chessboard of American politics. We tackle head-on the pressing issues that are stirring the nation, from the hot-button topic of border policies to the contentious role of gender in sports, and the alarming increase of anti-American sentiments among some political figures. This episode promises a revelation of the conservative awakening, particularly within the Christian community, as we explore their rising political involvement and their crucial role as beacons of principles during these pivotal times. Venture with us into a strategic discourse on voter engagement that could very well tip the scales of the next presidential race. We'll traverse the evolving landscapes of battleground states like Georgia and North Carolina, discussing how recent legal fortifications are reshaping the way elections unfold. Beyond just statistics and predictions, we share the essence of past successful conservative strategies and spotlight the upcoming nationwide tour aimed at rallying pastors and communities. This initiative seeks to cultivate a unified and informed electorate, armed with a profound respect for American history and the tenets of Christian conservative policies. Join us as we navigate the contours of political engagement and the empowerment of citizens to cast their votes with conviction and purpose. Support the show
Today is Good News Friday, so we will take the time to work through David and Tim’s stack of good news articles- University applications are down at Harvard University after anti Israel rallies are held, and hiring firms disassociate with Harvard. A professor wins his lawsuit and gets his job back after he was fired for simply teaching biology. In Oklahoma, the super attendant of education, Ryan Walters, is restoring religious liberty in the public schools. And A pro life student at Notre Dame wins her lawsuit after she was sued by a professor for an article she wrote that pointed out the professor's pro abortion advocacy. Could Harvard's recent upheaval signal a crossroads for American academia? We're peeling back the curtain on how major donor withdrawals and a leadership shake-up at one of the nation's top universities expose the complex dance between funding and university policy. This episode guides you through the controversy and courage found at the intersection of faith and culture, as we bring to the forefront critical discussions with advocates who are boldly preserving the essence of America's heart and soul. We're here to navigate these choppy waters with a biblical, historical, and constitutional compass. Strap in for a ride through the twists and turns of the education landscape where skepticism towards elite institutions is on the rise, and hiring firms are distancing from Ivy League ideologues. Hear the victorious tale of Dr. Johnson Varkey, whose stand for traditional biology teaching in Texas echoes a wider call for educational integrity—and how the First Liberty Institute played a crucial role in his reinstatement. We also spotlight Oklahoma superintendent Ryan Walters for his unwavering commitment to religious liberty and constitutional values in public schools. This episode isn't just an exploration; it's a rallying cry for the revival of principles and traditional values in public education. Support the show
Today is Foundations of Freedom Thursday, so lets get to some of your questions- What is the Biblical perspective on rights? Where in the constitution does it say spending bills originate in the house? Is it true that a bill is being introduced to limit the amount of security a church can have? Could you imagine a world where faith and culture merge seamlessly, influencing the very fabric of our constitutional rights? That's exactly the journey we embark upon. Together, we navigate the intricate relationship between biblical values and pressing societal issues, dissecting Thomas Jefferson's insights on the power of the people and their inherent liberties. Through a vibrant exchange, we dissect the Founding Fathers' interpretation of 'rights, ' unraveling the historical foundation of privacy and the significance of the free exercise of religion, property ownership, and freedom of the press. Embrace the call to action as we underscore the sacred duty of voting; not as a mere preference but as an essential civic and moral responsibility. In response to a curious listener, we delve into the constitutional roots of revenue-raising bills, sparking an illuminating conversation on the interplay between taxation and spending. The American Constitution has spurred unparalleled progress. As we dissect the Origination Clause's impact on the power of the purse and examine a contentious bill that could hinder the church's ability to defend itself, we emphasize the necessity of electing leaders with a robust understanding of these constitutional precepts. It is our duty to protect our families and our community. Join us for an episode that not only enlightens but ignites a fervent appreciation for the liberties we hold sacred. Support the show
Embark on a voyage through the woven narratives of our nation's founding as we unearth the underpinnings of America's history. This episode promises to bridge the gaps in your understanding of our nation's development, from the exploratory voyages of Christopher Columbus to the pivotal drafting of the Constitution. We dissect the Founding Fathers' engagement with the issue of slavery, advocating for a nuanced appreciation of America's role in abolition. Prepare to have your perspective broadened as we recount the tales that have sculpted the very essence of our republic. A call to leadership rings loud and clear in today's America. As we delve into the rich tapestry of American leadership, spanning from the controversial tenure of Andrew Jackson to the legacy of Ronald Reagan, we tackle the erosion of history education and why it matters. Through exhaustive research and captivating storytelling we reveal the transformative power of historical narratives in shaping our societal pillars that inspire us to become active participants in this ongoing dialogue. We scrutinize the stark juxtaposition between Monroe's aspirations for a united nation and the entrenchment of slavery, drawing lessons from this era that resonate in today's political landscape. By revisiting the guiding principles from the Declaration of Independence to George Washington's farewell address, we provide you with an indispensable historical compass for navigating the challenges of contemporary governance. Join us in this enlightening exploration of The American Story, where past insights illuminate the paths of our future. Support the show