Penna Dexter is the host of today’s show. In this first segment we hear from Dr. Allen Unruh, he sheds light on on the Planned Parenthood lawsuit and the South Dakota abortion law. In the second segment we hear from Jonathan Saenz, president of Texas Values, he tells us about the Houston Bathroom Bill.
The second hour of the show today is dedicated to prayer with emphasis on how we can pray for our nation, Lisa Holmes joins us in studio and tell us more about Praying Two by Two and how prayer can change the world. In the final segment we hear from Lea Carawan, director of the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation, she warns that the separation of church and state is part of a liberal plan to “ruin America” and will be “the death knell for our nation.”
He has spoken throughout the state and nation on the pro-life issue. He and his wife Leslee founded the Alpha Center – a pregnancy care center reaching 6000 clients/year. They also started the national abstinence clearinghouse which has 1,800 affiliates and is in 118 foreign countries.
Dr. Unruh has been a delegate to 2 national Republican conventions 1984, and 1992. He was state chairman for Jack Kemp when he ran for president and also Pat Buchanan. He was given the Physician of the year award by the National Republican Congressional committee.
When the tea party movement first started he immediately took a leadership role organizing the first rally at Covel Lake, which was the only place in the US with a live re-enactment of the Boston Tea Party. Dr. Unruh prepared 5 minute speeches representing the actual words of the forefathers in reference to government tyranny. Forty five hundred people showed up for this event which was covered by all the media.
Prior to leading Texas Values, Jonathan headed the Liberty Institute offices at the Texas Capitol in Austin where he served as Director of Legislative Affairs and Attorney for Liberty Institute. He frequently presents research, analysis, and testimony before the Texas Legislature, State Board of Education, and other government entities on various issues affecting faith, family, and freedom.
Jonathan believes in religious liberty, sanctity of human life, family values, and constitutional rights and has been involved in numerous court cases, including cases before the Texas Supreme Court and the United State Supreme Court. Mr. Saenz helped lead the State Board Education battle to prevent censorship in the Science classroom and protect strong Social Studies & History teaching. He was instrumental in the passage of Texas laws to protect religious liberty, Bible Curriculum in Public Schools, “Under God” in the Texas pledge, the Sonogram Bill, and many others. He has help lead efforts to defend against attacks on parental rights, marriage, the elected State Board of Education, and abstinence sex education in the state of Texas.
Let me be very clear: I hate it when lizards get into my house. I don’t mind them so much outdoors, on their own turf, but not in my home! That’s my territory!