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Tuesday, August 16, 2016
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Penna Dexter is your host today and she welcomes back Dr. Allen Unruh, nationally known speaker, author and former U.S,. Congressional Candidate. He tells us more about his book, The Politically Incorrect Book of Humor.

In the second hour we stay on the topic of political correctness as we hear from  senior contributor at  The Federalist.

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 has also served as co-host and commentator on other local issues-based radio programs. She worked as a consultant overseeing the launch and productionRead More

Dr. Allen Unruh
Author | Speaker
Dr. Allen D .Unruh is a nationally known speaker, author, former U.S,. Congressional Candidate and frequent radio/television guest, having appeared on NPR, and Fox, and Democracy Now. He has spoken at events from the U.S. Capital at the first national Tea Party event reaching 1.9 million people to Mount Rushmore and State Capitals and political events across the nation. He has been a keynote speaker at a “Reclaiming America” conference with Coral Ridge Ministries where he and his wife Leslee received the Salt and Light Award. He was nominated as “Physician of the Year” by the National Republican Congressional Committee. He has been interviewed on Richard Land Live, Bott Radio Network, Salem Communications, Point of View, Relevant Radio, NPR, and numerous other national radio shows including Rosanne Barr, and the Alan Colmes show.
The Politically Incorrect Book of Humor
Want to sound clever, at the top of your game and the smartest person in the room? It's simple, read, remember and repeat some of my friend, Dr. Allen Unruh's thousands of one-liners. Your friends will wonder how you got so smart, so quick. Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of American Target Advertising My dear friend, Dr. Allen Unruh, speaks boldly and without compromise all wrapped in a blanket of laugh-out-loud humor. I highly recommend this book to everyone for its' insightful wisdom and truth. Dick Bott Sr., Bott Radio Network, Founder and Board Chairman To describe Dr. Allen Unruh's book in one word: It's HUMOROUS. What's funny today? Anything that isn't politically correct. Political correctness stops humor. This book has wit, wisdom, and laughter on every page. It's time to add more fun to your life. "We'll never win the war on women because half the country is sleeping with the enemy."
Stella Morabito
Senior Contributor - The Federalist
Stella Morabito is a senior contributor at The Federalist. Her essays have also appeared in the Washington Examiner, American Thinker, Public Discourse, Human Life Review, New Oxford Review. In her previous work as an intelligence analyst, she focused on various aspects of Russian and Soviet politics, including communist media and propaganda. She has also raised three children, served as a public school substitute teacher, and homeschooled for several years as well. She has a B.A. in journalism and international relations from the University of Southern California and a Master’s degree in Russian and Soviet history, also from USC.
Why you Should Stop Using the Word Gender
We should just dump the weaponized word ‘gender’ and say ‘sex.’ It’s the first step back to sanity in this war on our minds and bodies.

Let’s stop polluting our language with the word “gender.” Corruption of the English language was Point A on the road to President Obama’s directive to de-privatize and de-sex all school restrooms nationwide. The ploy that got us all into the lazy habit of using the empty term “gender” in place of the accurate word “sex” has its roots in gender ideology, which cultural Marxists pushed for many decades. Since cultural Marxism is nothing but nihilism, it shouldn’t surprise us that “gender” can mean whatever you want or don’t want it to mean. In other words, there’s no there there.

George Orwell’s classic 1946 essay “Politics and the English Language” discusses how easily language can be a tool of political manipulation. Here’s a great excerpt that I think shows us how we got to today’s state of confusion:
Public university warns against saying ‘you guys’
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual Resource Center at the University of California Davis warns that some “words hurt” — including the expression “you guys.”

That common phrase is among a list of “Words that Hurt” detailed on the public university’s website. The expression “hurts” because it “erases the identities of people who are in the room” and “generalizing a group of people to be masculine,” the website states.

“Sometimes we say words without realizing the impact they may have on others,” it adds. “Take time to educate yourself about language and histories of oppression.”

Under the “pronoun” webpage, the resource center advises saying “Hey y’all” in a group setting instead of “Hey guys!” or “Hey ladies!” It’s cited as a way to “make language more inclusive.”
Diary of an Ex-Neocon
I am an inveterate reader of ex-communist memoirs—from Benjamin Gitlow’s The Whole of Their Lives to the more well-known Witness by Whittaker Chambers—for reasons that are uncomfortably akin to voyeurism. The prospect of entering a subterranean world known only to its inhabitants, with its obscure rituals and secret handshakes, is inherently thrilling to those of us with a taste for ideological hegiras told in the first person. And so I approached Scott McConnell’s Ex-Neocon anticipating a juicy morsel indeed. After all, the neocons, unlike the communists, have left an indelible imprint on our contemporary world, as even a casual glance at the smoking ruins of the Middle East will confirm. And yet I found something quite different—and far more satisfying.



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