Brian Myers and Joel Kurtinitis discuss health care reform with Dr. Lee Hieb and talk with former 60s Rock-n-Roll sensation Pete Klindt on CT Radio.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) was booed and shouted at by liberals throughout a hostile town hall held at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.
Prominent author, pastor and sociologist Dr. Tony Campolo said that he no longer wants to be considered an evangelical. Shane Vander Hart says he isn’t.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers are joined by Dr. Cal Beisner of Cornwall Alliance and Jenifer Bowen of Iowa Right to Life.
Mark Tooley: Evangelical and orthodox United Methodists are not merely holding the line, but steering their global denomination in a more conservative direction.
This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Shane and Brian discuss climate change with Dr. Roy Spencer, and Jamey Owen shares her work with Urban Plunge.
Steven Holt: Iowa AG Tom Miller’s involvement in an effort to quash free speech violates the very principles of the documents he swore to defend.
James Wanliss: In the end environmentalism seems less about a healthy and beautiful environment and more an excuse for bullies and busybodies to feel good about themselves by exercising power over others.
We talk to Rosaria Champagne Butterfield about her journey from being a lesbian to pastor’s wife. E. Calvin Beisner discusses Paris Climate Summit.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk to Dr. Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal.
The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation launched a campaign calling for an end of the fight against climate change for the sake of the poor.
Brian Myers: President Obama doesn’t acknowledge Islamic terrorism as a real threat, but deems anthropogenic global warming to be our greatest threat?
Ocean acidification may seem like a minor issue, but besides being wrong, it is a crucial leg to the entire narrative of ‘human-influenced climate change.’
Brian Myers: Everything man thinks he knows, everything he thinks he has learned, will be skewed if the starting point for that knowledge is not God.
We must re-think our hysteria-driven approach to energy. Fossil fuels are not evil, they have given us health and wealth, global warming extremism is.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart talk to Steve Lonegan with American Principles in Action and Kirsten Lombard, editor of Common Ground on Common Core.