Tuesday, September 26, 2017

N. Korea: Trump's Comments at UN 'a Declaration of War'

 
Are we headed towards war?

As CBSN reported:  North Korea's foreign minister says President Trump's tweets about the Korean nation amount to a declaration of war and that under international law, his country can legally shoot down U.S. military planes — even if they're not in North Korea's airspace. "For the past couple of days, we had earnestly hoped that the war of words between North Korea and the U.S. would not lead to action," Ri Yong Ho said in remarks translated for NPR by journalist Jihye Lee. "However, Trump had ultimately declared war again last weekend, by saying regarding our leadership, that he will make it unable to last longer." READ THE REST

But, No. Korea's bark may be worse than it's bite in its threat to shoot down U.S. planes, according to Reuters.

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Movie Pick: Woodlawn - The True Story




This is a must-see, true story, great family movie that goes right to the heart of what is going on today...racism...and what valuing each person, each race, each background can result in. If you haven't seen it yet, we promise you...you won't be disappointed.

After a government-mandate, a gifted high school black football player, and other black students desegregate Woodlawn High School in Birmingham, Alabama in 1973. As cross burnings and riots erupt in the city, the Woodlawn Colonels football coach struggles to ease racial tensions between his players. It's only when he allows an outsider to speak to his team that real change begins.
 
 

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Surviving the Chaos

  
This Week on the Show - Surviving the ChaosWrapping up September as National Preparedness Month, we'll look at how we survive the chaos. Question: "what have we done to our kids?" With the division of racism escalating, and the impact of protests now affecting young kids in sports who are not old enough to understand what's really going on, what should/can we do? Plus, has 'tolerance' backfired on our nation? Guests include Mason Weaver and William Federer.

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Monday, October 10, 2016

Home-Grown Terrorism





Today's Show October 10 & 12, Monday - Home-Grown Terrorism
Guest: Erick Stakelbeck, Terrorism Analyst on Terrorism for CBN, joins the show to talk about the growing threat of home-grown terrorism, from his investigative research in U.S. mosques, interviewing Islamic clerics, and refugee settlements in rural America.


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