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    Ep 313 | What If They Win?

    Today, Allie takes your questions from Instagram and gives her best answers on faith, politics, and family: How to deal with leftist pushback against Christianity, and what can we expect if Joe Biden and the Democrats sweep the 2020 election?   More

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    Ep 312 | Trump vs. Biden 2020: Education

    First we break down misconceptions surrounding what it really means to be “pro-all life,” explaining why being anti-death penalty, pro-gun control, pro-social justice, and pro-open borders doesn’t make a person pro-life.    More

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    Ep 310 | Do Democrats Decrease Abortions?

    First, thoughts on Trump’s COVID diagnosis, the media’s reaction, and whether the public’s dogmatism on mask-wearing is backed by science. Then, we address the viral chart showing abortion rates drop during Democratic presidencies.   More

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    Ep 309 | Trump vs. Biden 2020: The Economy

    We continue our election series by analyzing the liberal and conservative perspectives on economic issues. We answer these questions: how does each side approach the dignity of work, responsibility for the poor, and equality of opportunity vs.   More

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    Ep 308 | The Battle for Our Future: America vs. Critical Race Theory | Guest: Christopher Rufo

    Christopher Rufo, adjunct fellow at the Pacific Research Institute, is leading the fight against the destructive ideology of critical race theory. His revealing research on CRT’s infiltration into the American government inspired President Trump’s executive order, which seeks to abolish the ideology from the federal government, the military, and all federal contractors.   More

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    Ep 304 | RBG and the Fight for SCOTUS

    With Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing, America faces the constitutional crisis of our lifetimes in the coming weeks. While Democrats insist the seat must be left open until after the election, Mitch McConnell and Republicans promise to confirm Trump’s nominee.   More

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    Ep 304 | RBG and the Fight for SCOTUS

    With Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing, America faces the constitutional crisis of our lifetimes in the coming weeks. While Democrats insist the seat must be left open until after the election, Mitch McConnell and Republicans promise to confirm Trump’s nominee.   More

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    Ep 303 | Trump vs. Biden 2020: Foreign Policy

    With only 43 days until the election, we break down the foreign policies of President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. The answer is obvious. During the Obama administration, Joe Biden repeatedly failed to keep China in check, used his own son in a corrupt Ukrainian scandal, and assisted in arguably the worst negotiation in recent history: the Iranian nuclear deal.   More

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    Ep 301 | When Lies Spread Like Wildfire

    As we can see from the shooting of two police officers in L.A., false narratives can have deadly consequences. Sticking to the facts can help lower the temperature in the country and bring us together, but critical race theory makes this increasingly difficult.   More

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    Ep 300 | Trump vs. Biden 2020: Immigration

    There are only 50 days until the 2020 election, and Republicans and Democrats are providing two starkly different approaches to the critical issue of immigration. The Democrats have fueled their 2020 message by rewriting American history and condemning our generous immigration policy.   More

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    Ep 298 | Cardi, Candace & Critical Race Theory

    Today we look at the feud between rapper Cardi B and political commentator Candace Owens. I also give a few thoughts on Cardi’s latest song, “WAP.” We then discuss Trump’s decision to “defund” critical race theory and why this is such good news, especially for discerning Christians.   More

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    Ep 297 | The Christian Case for Trump | Guest: Dr. Wayne Grudem

    The country is in crisis and we must ask a single question: Do we need Donald Trump and Republican policies or Joe Biden and Democrat policies? Dr. Wayne Grudem, professor of theology, joins us to talk about increasingly violent protests, the cultural division in America, key issues for religious studies, and how to find hope in this hostile world.   More