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Monday, October 30, 2017
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Our first hour guests are actors Kevin and Sam Sorbo. They discuss a new movie directed by Kevin called, Let there be Light.

In the second hour, we hear from John Zmirak, Senior Editor of The Stream. He tells us about his recent article titled, Pro-Choicers Need Their Own Seamless Garment. I’ll Knit Them One.

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Kevin and Sam Sorbo
Producers | Writers | Actors
KEVIN- Kevin Sorbo earned international stardom playing the beloved Hercules in “Hercules, the Legendary Journeys” (1993-1999) the most watched TV show in the world, airing in 176 countries. Following that success, Sorbo had the lead role as “Captain Dylan Hunt” in “Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda.” Andromeda debuted as the number one, hour-long show in first run syndication and remained at number one for its entire run from 2000-2005. Notable movies include Kull, the Conqueror, Meet the Spartans, and Soul Surfer (opposite Dennis Quaid and Helen Hunt.) Sorbo also starred in the hugely successful God’s Not Dead.

Kevin is spokesperson for A World Fit for Kids, a successful mentoring model that trains inner-city teens to mentor younger children in their communities. World Fit is the number one after-school program in the state of California. Sorbo resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Sam and their three children.

SAM - After high school in Pittsburgh, PA, Sam (Jenkins) Sorbo studied biomedical engineering at Duke University before pursuing a career in modeling. Modeling offered the opportunity to travel and learn languages; she is fluent in five. Sam moved to Los Angeles for acting and landed roles in several films, including Bonfire of the Vanities and Twenty Bucks, and TV shows, including “Chicago Hope” and “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.” As guest star on “Hercules” she met Kevin Sorbo, who swept her off her feet. They married in 1998. Until recently, Sam Sorbo was radio host of nationally syndicated The Sam Sorbo Show, weekdays. She currently hosts the show for two hours each week, on Talk America Radio. In 2015, Sam won “Best Supporting Actress” from the Utah Film Awards for her role in Just Let Go. Sam is a home school advocate and author of They’re YOUR Kids: An Inspirational Journey from Self-Doubter to Home School Advocate and Teach from Love: A School Year Devotional for Families. The Sorbos home educate their three children. Sam co-wrote, produced, and co-starred (with Kevin) in Let There Be Light.
John Zmirak
John Zmirak
Senior Editor - The Stream - The Stream
John Zmirak is a Senior Editor of The Stream, and author of the new Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism. He received his B.A. from Yale University in 1986, then his M.F.A. in screenwriting and fiction and his Ph.D. in English in 1996 from Louisiana State University. His focus was the English Renaissance, and the novels of Walker Percy. He taught composition at LSU and screenwriting at Tulane University, and has written screenplays for and with director Ronald Maxwell (Gods & Generals and Gettysburg). He was elected alternate delegate to the 1996 Republican Convention, representing Pat Buchanan.

He has been Press Secretary to pro-life Louisiana Governor Mike Foster, and a reporter and editor at Success magazine and Investor’s Business Daily, among other publications. His essays, poems, and other works have appeared in First Things, The Weekly Standard, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, USA Today, FrontPage Magazine, The American Conservative, The South Carolina Review, Modern Age, The Intercollegiate Review, Commonweal, and The National Catholic Register, among other venues. He has contributed to American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia and The Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought. From 2000-2004 he served as Senior Editor of Faith & Family magazine and a reporter at The National Catholic Register. During 2012 he was editor of Crisis.
Pro Choice Arguments
My Monday piece explained how Pope Francis has denounced capital punishment as always unjust. He cited as his authority … public opinion.

That kind of reasoning, I argued, is how you get empty, Mainline Protestant or Jesuit churches. It’s also how the Supreme Court got from the Bill of Rights to abortion and gay marriage. If ancient precedents and clear principles get thrown into the wood-chipper of “respectable” people’s sentiments, we are prisoners of the present and of the culture. All that, and not capital punishment, was really the point of the piece. But ….
Hillary Clinton’s Political Sting
Unlike previous presidential losers, Hillary Clinton hasn’t gone into quiet retirement.

Her “point-fingers-at-everyone” book What Happened is on bestseller lists. She’s halfway through her 16-city international lecture tour, in which front-row tickets go for nearly $600 a pop. The media is largely giving her a pass on the Trump-Steele-dossier and Uranium One scandals, both of which she dismisses as “baloney.” Although she claims her days of running for office are over, some of her close friends say she hopes for a comeback.

That’s precisely what many Democrats are privately horrified over. They know she was a terrible candidate who now refuses to acknowledge, much less learn from, her mistakes. For nearly a year, she has more or less forced Democrats to parrot her campaign’s denials that it paid for the largely discredited anti-Trump dossier compiled by ex–British spy Christopher Steele.



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