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Tuesday, July 9, 2019
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Penna Dexter hosts today’s show! It will be one of our busiest, so don’t miss a second!

Her first guest is Don Blythe with At the Well Ministries. Then, she welcomes Tim Winter to speak about the HBO program: “Euphoria.” Chuck De Vore will then talk about the article: “New Yorkers and Californians Can’t Stop Moving to Texas.” Up next Peter Sprigg will tell us about a Family Research Council article: “Trans Activists: We’re Normal, But You Must Pay to Fix Us.” The day’s final guest is Maria Keffler who will weigh in wih the latest Gender Policy in Public Schools.

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Penna Dexter
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

Don Blythe Show page
Don Blythe
Christian Abolitionist - At the Well Ministries
Don has been in ministry for thirty-five years and has many personal stories of the hand of God at work. His “Project Truth” ministry goes onto college compasses and engages the students of West Coast colleges each semester.

From airplane encounters, to protesting outside a high school or an abortion center, to sharing his faith at rest stops, Don can share some great stories of what happens when you take the message of hope to the streets of your community. He is certainly a man in the trenches. Through his ministry, over 4,000 babies have been saved. Along the way, he’s been arrested 5 times.
He has worked on occasion with Lila Rose, Students for Life, CBR, Survivors, Troy Newman, and Joe Scheidler. He’s also been privileged to meet President George Bush Sr., Dan Quail, Sarah Weddington, Larry the Cable Guy, Billy Graham, and Anthony Quinn.
tim winter Show Page
Tim Winter
President - Parents Television Council
Mr. Winter spent 15 years with the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) serving in numerous management capacities for the GE-owned media conglomerate in Los Angeles, New York and Europe. He also participated in the creation of MSNBC, the cable and online news joint venture with Microsoft Corporation.

Mr. Winter worked at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), where he led the studio’s Interactive Division and its online and video game publishing ventures. He was also president and chief operating officer at FasTV, Inc., an internet media company. Prior to his work with the Parents Television Council, he was the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Desktop TV, a high tech media firm that delivered live broadcasts of business-oriented cable programming to the enterprise marketplace via internet protocol.

Mr. Winter is the architect of the PTC’s national campaign for Cable Choice. As a father, he believes it is critical that parents be given the opportunity to select and pay for only those cable channels they want and not channels bundled by their cable operator. Cable Choice, he believes, is the ultimate solution for families who want to control the flow of indecent programs that come into the home.

Born and raised in northern Virginia, Mr. Winter graduated from Principia College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles and is a member of the California Bar Association. He resides in the Los Angeles, California, metropolitan area with his wife and their daughter.
Chuck DeVore Show Page
Chuck DeVore
Vice President of National Initiatives - Texas Public Policy Foundation
Since 2011, Chuck DeVore has been with the Texas Public Policy Foundation, and is its Vice President of National Initiatives. He works on criminal justice reform and frequently writes about the economy and how energy, tax and regulatory policies influence general prosperity.
Chuck worked in the aerospace industry for 13 years as an executive where he analyzed technology and corporate capabilities and worked in business development. At the time of his election to the Assembly in 2004, he was a corporate vice president.
Chuck served as a Reagan White House appointee in the Pentagon from 1986 to 1988. As Special Assistant for Foreign Affairs his duties included working with Congress to advance the President’s foreign and military policy. He later served on staff of a U.S. Congressman. From 1991 to 1996, he served as a City Commissioner for the City of Irvine. Chuck served in the Army National Guard from 1983 to 2007 as an intelligence officer and is a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army (retired) Reserve.
Chuck has been married since 1988 to Diane. They have two daughters.
Peter Sprigg
Senior Fellow for Policy Studies - Family Research Council
Peter S. Sprigg is Senior Fellow for Policy Studies at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. Mr. Sprigg joined FRC in 2001, and his research and writing have addressed issues of marriage and family, human sexuality, the arts and entertainment, and religion in public life.

Mr. Sprigg is an ordained Baptist minister. Before coming to FRC, he served as pastor of Clifton Park Center Baptist Church in Clifton Park, N.Y. Mr. Sprigg previously served for ten years as a professional actor and unit leader in Covenant Players, an international Christian drama ministry. Prior to his career in ministry, Mr. Sprigg worked in the government and non-profit sectors, including service as economic development assistant to the late Congressman Robert F. Drinan (D-Mass.).

Mr. Sprigg received the Master of Divinity degree cum laude from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (Mass.). He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree summa cum laude from Drew University (N.J.), with a double major in political science and economics. Mr. Sprigg lives in the Washington, D.C. metro area with his wife and son.
Maria Keffler Show Page
Maria Keffler
Co-Founder - Arlington Parent Coalition
Maria Keffler is a former middle and high school teacher and mother of three living in Arlington, Virginia. Keffler is one of the co-founders of the Arlington Parent Coalition, an organization formed in March of this year to hold public schools accountable to parents. The Arlington Parent Coalition is also working to equip and support parents toward keeping their kids safe in Arlington Public Schools. Keffler is the author of several books, including the young adult series "Drawn".
screen capture - Euphoria
HBO Marketing Graphic Adult Content to Teens and Preteens
By: Jessica Napoli - foxnews.com - June 12, 2019 New HBO series 'Euphoria' sells 'graphic adult content' to 'teens and preteens,' parents group says HBO is pushing sexual boundaries with its upcoming show, "Euphoria," to such an extent ...
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Texas Economy Draws Population from Blue States
By: Chuck DeVore - washingtonexaminer.com - May 30, 2018 According to a new U.S. Census Bureau report, of the 15 fastest-growing cities larger than 50,000 people, seven are in Texas including the top three: Frisco, New Braunfels, ...
Trans Activists: We’re Normal, But You Must Pay To Fix Us
By: Peter Sprigg - frc.org - June 14, 2019 One of the first major successes of the “gay liberation” movement in the United States was the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA’s) 1973 decision to remove homosexuality ...
Classroom w/ trans and teacher
Parents Oppose Arlington, Virginia Schools’ Trans Policy
By: Maria Keffler - washingtonpost.com - April 5, 2019 On Feb. 25, a friend and Arlington Public Schools parent inadvertently discovered a meeting that evening of a working group charged with developing procedures to implement the district’s transgender/gender-nonconforming ...
elementary school students
Parents Take Action Regarding Transgender Policy Proposal
By: Kaylee Greenlee - dailysignal.com - June 27, 2019 A group of concerned parents held a press conference just ahead of a scheduled Arlington County School Board meeting Tuesday evening about the adoption of a policy concerning ...



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