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Monday, January 24, 2022

In addition to the latest on the issues that affect you, our host Kerby Anderson will talk to Robert Tracy McKenzie about his new book, We the Fallen People.

Don’t miss it, it’s going to be a great show. Please call us with your opinion at 800-351-1212 or contact us on facebook at facebook.com/pointofviewradio.


Kerby Anderson
Kerby Anderson
Host, Point of View Radio Talk Show

Kerby Anderson is host of Point of View Radio Talk Show and also serves as the President of Probe Ministries. He holds masters degrees from Yale University (science) and Georgetown University (government). He also serves as a visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and has spoken on dozens of university campuses including University of Michigan, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University, Johns HopkinsRead More

Robert Tracy McKenzie Page
Robert Tracy McKenzie, PhD
Author | Arthur F. Holmes Chair of Faith & Learning | Professor of History - Wheaton College
Robert Tracy McKenzie (PhD, Vanderbilt University) is Arthur F. Holmes Chair of Faith and Learning and professor of history at Wheaton College. His books include Lincolnites and Rebels, A Little Book for New Historians, and The First Thanksgiving: What the Real Story Tells Us About Loving God and Learning from History.

Read an interview with Robert Tracy McKenzie on American democracy. You can also watch videos of McKenzie on Thanksgiving dinner, Christian history, and more.
We the Fallen People: The Founders and the Future of American Democracy
The success and survival of American democracy have never been guaranteed. Political polarization, presidential eccentricities, the trustworthiness of government, and the prejudices of the voting majority have waxed and waned ever since the time of the Founders, and there are no fail-safe solutions to secure the benefits of a democratic future. What we must do, argues the historian Robert Tracy McKenzie, is take an unflinching look at the very nature of democracy―its strengths and weaknesses, what it can promise, and where it overreaches.

Focusing on the careful reasoning of the Founders, the seismic shifts of the Jacksonian Era, and the often misunderstood but still piercing analysis of Tocqueville's Democracy in America, McKenzie guides us in a conversation with the past that can help us see the present―and ourselves―with new insight.
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Not Heard Immunity but Superimmunity
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Cost of Covid Lockdowns
By Tomas J. Philipson - WSJ.com - Jan. 19, 2022 Biden’s first year of handling the pandemic comes to a close, many of his most ardent critics are pointing to the ugly numbers: More Americans ...
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Why Are We Rushing to Defend Ukraine?
The military-industrial complex and its clients sprinkled throughout both political parties seem to have decided that the next place we need to go and kill people (or at least sell weapons to help others kill ...
Election Law Circus
They burned political capital to question the legitimacy of the next elections and lay the foundation for an assault on our traditions of governance.  
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