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February 23rd, 2017
Donald Trump and Air Force One
Trumps’ critics, left and right, aim to bring about the cataclysm they predicted. By Victor Davis Hanson February 20, 2017 7:31 PM A 1964 political melodrama, Seven Days in May, envisioned a futuristic (1970s) failed military cabal that sought to sideline the president of the United States over his proposed nuclear-disarmament treaty with the Soviets. Something far less dramatic but perhaps as disturbing...
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February 23rd, 2017
White House
When It Comes to Chaos, Trump Has Nothing on Previous Presidents By Ed Klein 02/23/2017 16:42:50 PM EST  If you get most of your news from the mainstream media, you might come to the conclusion that the first month of Donald Trump’s administration is unique in the annals of presidential chaos and incompetence. Rather than the “well-oiled machine” touted by...
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February 14th, 2017
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Hidden Figures — the true story of three brilliant African-American women who proved themselves in a 1960s NASA culture dominated by white men — is sure to inspire. The film is filled with emotive lessons, most powerfully a vindication of the hope that those who persevere honorably for a just cause will not be disappointed. Another lesson, more pragmatic, occurred to...
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Today's Show
January 23rd, 2017
Kerby welcomes Anthony Hopp of Samaritan Ministries International to the microphone. Anthony will be talking about health care sharing. In the second hour, author and historian, Larry Schweikart, talks with Kerby about his new book “The Politically Incorrect Guide to The Presidents, Part I”.
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Today's Show
January 19th, 2017
On the show today, Kerby chats with Charlie Spencer and Michael Stewart from Inspiration Cruises, they tell us about their company and about the Point of View cruise to Alaska. In the second hour Kerby welcomes into the studio, author John Dwyer and nationally-syndicated columnist William Murchison. They will chat about the importance in the American culture wars of writing...
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Today's Show
January 11th, 2017
First hour of the show today, Kerby chats with Rob Warren who tells us about how it might be quite easy to get Mexico to pay for the wall that president elect Donald Trump has talked about. Second hour we hear from Rod Gragg, award-winning author of more than twenty books on topics in American history. He tells us about...
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January 6th, 2017
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Source: Anti-Israel Obama Administration Follows World’s Lead on Middle East Politics | National Review World opinion against Israel comes from a great many factors — especially a certain ancient one. Secretary of State John Kerry, echoing other policymakers in the Obama administration, blasted Israel last week in a 70-minute rant about its supposedly self-destructive policies. Why does the world —...
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Today's Show
December 7th, 2016
First up on the show today, Kerby chats with investigative journalist Michelle Malkin about her new internet-based TV series , Michelle Malkin– Uncensored, Unfiltered and in Depth. In the second hour we hear from Dr. Terry Mortenson, historian of Geology, theologian, author and researcher. He tell us more about his book, Searching for Adam: Genesis and the Truth about Man’s...
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Today's Show
December 6th, 2016
Today on the show, Kerby welcomes senior pastor and author Earl Blackburn. He discusses his book, 50 World- Changing Events in Christian History. In the second hour, Pete Hegseth, author and FOX News Channel Contributor joins Kerby in-studio. He talks about his book, In the Arena: Good Citizens, a Great Republic, and How One Speech Can Reinvigorate America.
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November 30th, 2016
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What good will lifting sanctions do if it’s unable to breach the apartheid system built from Castro’s legacy? By: Spyridon Mitsotakis | November 29, 2016 In March of 2014, I spent two weeks in working-class areas of Cuba. I went as a visitor, but was not a tourist. I wanted to see communism for myself — and it was all...
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