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Hour 2 – 06/24/19: John Zmirak

Christiana Holcomb from Alliance Defending Freedom weighs in on the transgender athlete controversy; florist Barronelle Stutzman takes a stand on biblical marriage; John Zmirak covers Harvard’s revoked admission to Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv.

Hour 1 – 06/24/19: Katie Hopkins

Katie Hopkins from across the pond details the increasingly politically correct culture in the United Kingdom, including arrests for voicing one’s perspective on sexuality.

Hour 2 – 06/21/19: Ethan Nicolle

There’s no question about it—“Bears Want to Kill You.” This mock survival guide by Babylon Bee Creative Director Ethan Nicolle tells us why bears never die and delivers the “hard truth” that they’re coming to kill us all.

Hour 1 – 06/21/19: Salih Hudayar and John Di Domenico

As Ambassador to the U.S. for the East Turkestan Government-in-Exile, Salih Hudayar illuminates the events surrounding the Hong Kong protests; impersonator John Di Domenico returns as “President Trump.”

Hour 2 – 06/20/19: David L. Bahnsen

Financial Advisor David L. Bahnsen informs us on responsible use of our money with his time-tested, sustainable, intelligent strategy of investing in his new book , “The Case for Dividend Growth.”

Hour 2 – 06/19/19: Dr. Scott Harrison

Orthopedic surgeon Scott Harrison details how his experience as a surgeon in third-world countries led him to found CURE International to open and staff medical facilities in areas of incredible need.

Hour 1 – 06/19/19: Blake J. Harris

In “The History of the Future,” Blake J. Harris talks about virtual reality, the founder of Oculus, and his battle for political freedom against Facebook; Dan Steiner of Pre-Born tells us how to best help pregnant moms considering abortion.

Hour 2 – 06/18/19: John Zmirak

Throw us a bone! Big Bad John Zmirak laments the growing dog-averse sentiment that’s taken over some public parks in Vancouver, and elsewhere; plus, he reveals a Kamala Harris sing-along parody song.

Hour 1 – 06/18/19: James Como

On the 50th anniversary of the New York C. S. Lewis Society, founder James Como commemorates the famous Christian writer of novels, children’s books, apologetics, poetry, and satire with his book, “C. S. Lewis: A Very Short Introduction.”

Hour 2 – 06/17/19: Abdu Murray

North American Director of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, Abdu Murray, addresses the pressing need for meaning and moral clarity in today’s post-truth world with his latest book, “Saving Truth” — and a forum called “Skeptics Night” at The Brooklyn Tabernacle.

Hour 1 – 06/17/19: Amanda Barratt

In her novel, “My Dearest Dietrich,” which is based on researching personal letters and historical documents, Amanda Barratt tells the fictionalized story of the affectionate romance between Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his fiancée, Maria von Wedemeyer.

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