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WallBuilders Live!

Christian talk radio with David Barton

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Tuesday, March 26

Defending Our Children: America's Culture War and the Fight for Wholesome Communities

Embark on a journey through America's heart and soul as we explore the integral connection between faith, culture, and civic duty. With a focus on how these crucial elements shape our nation's citizenship, this episode promises to provide a thought-provoking analysis, underpinned by biblical, historical, and constitutional wisdom. Our special guest, Ricky Schroder, joins us to amplify the voices of unsung American heroes and sheds light on the battle against the easy access of pornography to our children, a fight that is as crucial as it is challenging. As we navigate the complexities of modern-day media and its impact on our youth, we find ourselves at a crossroads. We confront the subtle ways in which narratives are shaped, examining Disney's influence and discussing the necessity of creating content that uplifts and educates rather than manipulates.  Ricky's efforts, alongside our own initiatives, aim to secure a bastion of wholesomeness for future generations. We close with a fervent call to action, inviting you to join us in the grassroots movement to build communities that cherish and uphold our constitutional values. Together, we can be the change-makers, preserving the essence of what makes America truly great. Support the show

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About WallBuilders Live!

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.

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When the Government Tells You How to Use Your Property - On Foundations of Freedom Thursday

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