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David Lane on WHO News Talk Radio

Jaime Johnson guest hosted the Jan Mickelson Show this week on WHO radio in Des Moines (Ronald Reagan worked as a sports announcer at WHO in the 1930’s) and invited David Lane to be his guest to talk about his TIME Magazine Op/Ed piece: Donald Trump’s Dream Veep Is Newt Gingrich. Click on arrow above to listen to the radio interview Newsmax reported that “An overwhelming majority of Americans surveyed for a new Opinion Savvy/Newsmax poll want presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump to pick former House Speaker Newt Gingrich as his running mate.“ The poll of 605 registered voters,...

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“Jesus, help me.”

Ralph Z. Hallow, the chief political correspondent and columnist for The Washington Times for 30 years, passed away on October 17, 2020. His funeral was last Monday, November 23, 2020.His widow Millie, and son Ian, asked me to be one of the two people to give a eulogy at his funeral in Washington D.C.When Ralph’s Dad, Zacki, and his mother, Bessema married [in Syria], Bessema was 13 years old. Zacki was 7 years older than Bessema.Bessema prayed for a child for 23 years and then God gave them a boy – Ralph Zachary Hallow.I met Ralph sometime in early...

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Only Six More Years For America?

FROM THE DESK OF MIKE HUCKABEEMy good friend Rabbi Daniel Lapin wrote an opinion piece last week titled, “Only Six More Years for America?” Laying out the great civilizations over the last 3 millennia, which according to him last on average 250 years, Rabbi Lapin says that there is hope for America because of her Judeo-Christian heritage and founding: “Because of America’s uniqueness and its deliberate similarities to ancient Israel, a comeback scenario is real. Even prominent political scientist and religious agnostic, Charles Murray, insists that the American republic can only survive with a revival of the religious...

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Is America approaching a ‘Lazarus moment’?

Click above to be encouraged After the stoning of Stephen, “A great persecution arose against the church that was in Jerusalem; and they were scattered … therefore those who were scattered went everywhere preaching the word.” [Acts 8:1 and 4] As frequently occurs in Scripture, what seems to be a setback is used by God for His glory and the advancement of His Kingdom. The Bible is full of examples of God imparting or restoring life. Regarding Aaron’s almond wood staff in Numbers 18:8, “It happened on the next day that Moses went into the tent of the testimony;...

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