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Friday, June 22, 2018
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Today’s Weekend Edition is hosted by Penna Dexter. Her co-hosts are Lathan Watts from First Liberty and Debbie Georgatos. They will welcome Art Arthur, an expert on Immigration Law & Policy. And Tony Perkins who will speak on Trump’s executive order on immigrant family separation.

Along with ALL the hot topics, Penna will us her point of view on the latest headlines. We want to hear yours. So, please give us a call at 800-351-1212 or join us on Facebook and leave your comment or question. That link is: facebook.com/pointofviewradio.

Penna Dexter
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Point of View Co-Host, Penna Dexter frequently sits in as guest host for Kerby Anderson. Her weekly commentaries air on the Bott Radio Network. Penna’s heart is in educating and encouraging Christians to influence the culture and politics. She worked as a consultant overseeing the launch and production of the Family Research Council’s nationally syndicated radio program, Washington Watch Weekly. For eight yearsRead More

Guests
Lathan Watts
Lathan Watts
Director of Community Relations - First Liberty Institute
Lathan Watts is Director of Community Relations for First Liberty Institute, responsible for all efforts to increase First Liberty Institute’s profile in local and national markets. His focus is on expanding public awareness of First Liberty’s mission, legal matters, and educational projects by coordinating communication with community leaders, influencers, policy makers, and the public at large.

Prior to joining First Liberty Institute, Watts served in various campaign and official staff positions for U.S. Congressman Jeb Hensarling, U.S. Senator John Cornyn, and Texas Governor Rick Perry. His executive leadership roles in non-profit organizations specializing in political affairs and community outreach contributed to the election of numerous members of the U.S. Congress, multiple state legislators, and governors. His work in and around the political process served him well in the four years he spent as a City Councilman in Lewisville, TX.

Watts received his Juris Doctor from the University of Mississippi where he served two terms in the student senate one as President Pro Tempore. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Harding University, where he was a member of multiple honor societies and the University Concert Choir.
Debbie-Georgatos
Debbie Georgatos
Attorney | Author | Radio Host
Debbie Georgatos is a lawyer, political consultant, conservative activist and author, whose first book, Ladies, Can We Talk? America Needs Our Vote! encourages women to embrace liberty-upholding conservative solutions to the challenges America faces. Her book and book talks inspire women to step up and take a prominent leadership role in the American political conversation, and to recognize that they have tremendous power to shape America’s future.
Art Arthur Show Page
Art Arthur
Resident Fellow in Law and Policy - Center for Immigration Studies
Andrew “Art” Arthur serves as Resident Fellow in Law and Policy for the Center for Immigration Studies, a Washington, DC-based research institute that examines the impact of immigration on American society.

He began his legal career through the Attorney General’s Honors Program as a clerk to Administrative Law Judge Joseph E. McGuire in the Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer at the United States Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review. After a two-year clerkship with Judge McGuire, he received a second Honors Program appointment as a Trial Attorney in the San Francisco District Counsel’s Office, and later the Baltimore District Counsel’s Office, of the former Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS).

In 1999, he was promoted to the INS’s General Counsel’s Office in Washington DC, first as an Associate General Counsel, and later as an Assistant General Counsel and Acting Chief of the INS National Security Law Division. In the General Counsel’s Office, Mr. Arthur supervised attorneys handling cases involving espionage, terrorism, and persecutors. He also advised the Attorney General, Deputy Attorney General, and INS Commissioner on issues relating to national security.

In July 2001, Mr. Arthur left the INS to become a Counsel on the House Judiciary Committee, where he performed oversight of immigration issues. After five years at House Judiciary, he was appointed to the immigration bench, serving for eight years as an Immigration Judge at the York Immigration Court in York, Pennsylvania.

At the beginning of the 114th Congress, Judge Arthur left the bench and came back to Capitol Hill, where he served as Staff Director of the National Security Subcommittee at House Oversight and Government Reform before taking retirement from federal service in September 2016.

He is a graduate of the University of Virginia (BA 1988), and of the George Washington University School of Law (JD 1992).
Tony Perkins Show Page
Tony Perkins
President - Family Reacherch Council
Tony Perkins is Family Research Council's fourth and longest serving president, joining the organization in August of 2003. Described as a legislative pioneer by the national media, Tony has established himself as an innovative pro-life and pro-family policy and political leader since first being elected to office in 1996.

Recognized as the leading conservative and pro-life voice in the Louisiana Legislature, Tony was a tireless advocate for the family. In an effort to address the growing social problems brought about by the instability of marriage and no-fault divorce, he authored and passed the nation's first Covenant Marriage law in 1997, which captured the attention of policymakers across the country.

Keeping his commitment to serving only two terms, Tony had a significant impact on Louisiana politics as a state representative and as a candidate for the United States Senate in 2002. His firm yet empathetic stance on issues and his unwavering commitment to principle has won him the admiration of his allies and the respect of his adversaries.

During his tenure as FRC's president, Tony has substantially deepened the organization's influence on Capitol Hill and throughout the country through his frequent attendance at state and regional political and policy events.

Tony is an ordained minister and as an effective communicator, Tony is the host of a daily, nationally syndicated radio show, Washington Watch with Tony Perkins. He is an author of several books and as a veteran of the US Marine Corps and a former police officer, he oversaw the training of hundreds of international police officers as the general manager for a Washington, D.C.-based firm contracted by the U.S. Department of State to provide the training and services in anti-terrorism..

Tony holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty University, a Master of Public Administration degree from Louisiana State University, and was awarded an honorary doctorate of divinity from Liberty University.

He and his wife Lawana have been married since 1986 and have five children.Tony Perkins is Family Research Council's fourth and longest serving president, joining the organization in August of 2003. Described as a legislative pioneer by the national media, Tony has established himself as an innovative pro-life and pro-family policy and political leader since first being elected to office in 1996.

Recognized as the leading conservative and pro-life voice in the Louisiana Legislature, Tony was a tireless advocate for the family. In an effort to address the growing social problems brought about by the instability of marriage and no-fault divorce, he authored and passed the nation's first Covenant Marriage law in 1997, which captured the attention of policymakers across the country.

Keeping his commitment to serving only two terms, Tony had a significant impact on Louisiana politics as a state representative and as a candidate for the United States Senate in 2002. His firm yet empathetic stance on issues and his unwavering commitment to principle has won him the admiration of his allies and the respect of his adversaries.

During his tenure as FRC's president, Tony has substantially deepened the organization's influence on Capitol Hill and throughout the country through his frequent attendance at state and regional political and policy events.

Tony is an ordained minister and as an effective communicator, Tony is the host of a daily, nationally syndicated radio show, Washington Watch with Tony Perkins. He is an author of several books and as a veteran of the US Marine Corps and a former police officer, he oversaw the training of hundreds of international police officers as the general manager for a Washington, D.C.-based firm contracted by the U.S. Department of State to provide the training and services in anti-terrorism..

Tony holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty University, a Master of Public Administration degree from Louisiana State University, and was awarded an honorary doctorate of divinity from Liberty University.

He and his wife Lawana have been married since 1986 and have five children.
Canadian Supreme Court Bldg in Ottowa
Canadian High Court rejects country’s only Christian Law school
By: Kate Shellnutt - christianitytoday.com - June 15, 2018 Trinity Western University has lost a years-long legal fight to launch what would be the only Christian law school in Canada. The Supreme Court of Canada ...
injured demonstrator carried away from protest in Caracas, Venezuela
US quits Human Rights Council
By: Nikki Haley - humanrightsvoices.org - June 2, 2018 "The president of Venezuela, whose government shoots protesters in the street, recently thanked the international community for its 'universal vote of confidence' in that country's commitment ...
Teacher John Kluge at Brownsburg HS, Indiana
Indiana High School teacher resigns over transgender pronouns
By: Kathleen Joyce - FoxNews.com - June 12, 2018 An Indiana school district officially accepted a teacher’s resignation after the educator claimed he was forced to resign for violating the transgender student policy. The Brownsburg ...
caravan of illegal immigrants
Immigration- Family separation
By: Hans von Spakovsky - dailysignal.com - June 21, 2018 Who truly is responsible for the 2,000 alien kids who, according to the Associated Press, recently have been separated from their detained illegal alien parents? ...
Coach Kenedy First Liberty
Coach Kennedy | First Liberty
By: First Liberty - firstliberty.org - August, 2016 School district fires football coach Joe Kennedy over prayer The Bremerton School District suspended, and later fired, Coach Kennedy over his silent, 15-second prayer. First Liberty Institute ...
Bladensburg Cross, VA
Bladensburg | First Liberty
By: First Liberty - firstliberty.com - February 2014 Federal Court of Appeals Orders Removal of 90-Year Old Veterans Memorial Veterans memorials are living reminders of the service and sacrifice of those who gave their lives ...
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