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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Our first hour guest is Norman Rogers, policy advisor at the Heartland Institute. He discusses and debunks some of the theories of Climate Change.

Our second hour guest is author and former refugee and executive director of World Refugee Care, Jalil Dawood. He discusses World Refugee Day which is June 20.

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

Kerby Anderson is the President of Probe Ministries and host of Point of View Radio Talk Show. 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 Hopkins University, University of ColoradoRead More

Guests
Norman Rogers
Policy Advisor - Heartland Institute
Norman Rogers is a policy advisor to The Heartland Institute, speaking and sometimes writing on the topic of global warming. He divides his time between residences in Chicago and Florida.

Norman has a BA Physics from University California, Berkeley, MS Physics, University of Hawaii. Rogers has held a variety of engineering and computer programming jobs with IBM, Hewlett Packard and other companies. In 1980 he started a high tech company in Santa Clara, California that gradually grew into a much larger company and was sold in 2005.

Since retirement, he has written approximately 60 articles, mostly related to climate change or alternative energy.
Bogus Renewable Energy
California has declared that 50% of electricity in the state must come from renewable sources by 2030. California’s definition of renewable sources is bizarre and heavily influenced by the ideas of the green left. For example, most hydro electricity is not considered renewable, even though hydro uses no fuel and emits no greenhouse gas. (The Sierra Club does not like dams that interfere with rafting.) Nuclear generation is omitted from the list of approved technologies, even though nuclear is nonpolluting and emits no greenhouse gas. However, chopping down trees and burning them to make electricity is apparently okay. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)
Jalil Dawood
Author | Executive Director - World Refugee Care
Jalil Dawood, a former refugee himself, founded World Refugee Care in 2014 to model Jesus' love to immigrants and refugees. It provides food and supplies, distributes Bibles and supports churches in refugee communities in the Middle East, among other things.

World Refugee Care Executive Director Jalil Dawood, has a bachelor degree from the University of Texas at Dallas with a double major in social studies and business. He also has a Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary in Cross Culture Studies, and is the Senior Pastor of the Arabic Church of Dallas.
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Refugees and the Executive Order
So many over the past few days have voiced their opinions on how refugees should be treated by our country. Many are outraged over President Trump’s Executive Order. Yet I’ve encountered few of them who have actually read it.

If you go by what people on social media and in the American left are saying, President Trump has devastated the global refugee community.
If Trump Support Shot Democratic Congressman
What would have happened if a Trump supporter had shot a Democratic congressman and other Democratic Washington officials?

The answer is obvious.

The New York Times, the rest of the left-wing media and the Democratic Party would have made the shootings the dominant issue in American life. It is not possible to understand the left -- and, therefore, the media and the current state of American life -- without understanding how the left uses and relies on hysteria. Hysteria is to the left as oxygen is to biological life.

From the moment Donald Trump was elected president, America has been drowning in left-wing hysteria, all fomented by the media and the Democratic Party.
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