Shane Vander Hart joined Michael Demastus and Ian Barrs on Faith Works Live on 99.3 FM The Truth Network to discuss a specific threat to religious liberty.
Shane Vander Hart: Significantly burdening religious liberty without considering if there is a compelling government interest is not “fair and equitable.”
Shane Vander Hart: The Equality Act sets up a clash between LGBT rights and faithful Americans’ religious conscience rights, and faithful Americans will lose.
John Hendrickson: Both political parties are responsible for the out-of-control spending. It is time that policymakers take our debt crisis seriously.
Brian Myers: For a lot of us road warriors, Rush Limbaugh was an unseen companion in our vehicles. Next time I hit the road it won’t be the same.
Shane Vander Hart: Ted Cruz is free to leave the country even while his home state is in a state of emergency, but it is a colossally bad decision to do so.
Shane Vander Hart remembers Rush Limbaugh, a conservative radio pioneer, who passed away after a battle with lung cancer.
Joni Ernst: “The science, the data, and the health experts alike have all made it clear that we can and should safely get our kids back in schools.”
Colin Smothers: At some point in the past decade, the battle of the sexes seems to have given way to a war on the sexes and Washington has joined the fray.
Joni Ernst: President Biden’s actions do not honor the promise he made to unify Americans throughout his campaign, and again on Inauguration Day.
Shane Vander Hart: The rage directed at Ben Sasse is not about abandoning principles or conservative policy, but about not bending a knee to Trump, that’s wrong.
John Hendrickson: In a post-President Trump era both Republicans and conservatives can learn from the principles and philosophy of President Coolidge.
Kelvey Vander Hart: Education should be about what is best for the students, not defending a monopolized system and pushing a one-size-fits-all solution.
Shane Vander Hart: After 62.5 estimated lives lost to abortion, President Joe Biden wants to expand abortion access, have taxpayers pay for it, and see Roe v. Wade codified.
Donald Bohlken: Those who impeached Trump failed to ascertain the facts and impeached a President because he exercised his First Amendment rights.
Shane Vander Hart: Inauguration Day is a great reminder that anything Presidents do by executive action never last, but the Administrative State continues to grow and expand.