Archive for September, 2012
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Dr. Tony Evans is one of the country’s most respected leaders in evangelical circles. As a pastor, teacher, author and speaker, he serves the body of Christ through his unique ability to communicate complex theological truths through simple, yet profound, illustrations. Dr. Evans was the first African-American to graduate with a doctoral degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. He holds the rare honor of serving as chaplain for the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks over the last three decades, the longest standing NBA chaplaincy on record, and is also the former chaplain of the Dallas Cowboys.
In his new book “How Should Christians Vote?” Dr. Evans goes back to the basics and teaches on how God established government as a divine institution whose tasks include promoting the well-being of those within its realm and protection from evil.
This is the sound of clarity:
Governor Perry is meeting with lawmakers in Fort Worth today to discuss Truth in Budgeting, part one of the Texas Budget Compact.
“Truth in Budgeting” effectively means hitting the reset button on our budgeting process and putting an end to budgetary tricks and maneuvers that produce nothing but short-term solutions and long-term confusion.
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In her new book Mugged, Ann Coulter fearlessly explains her opinion that the real history of race relations in this country, including how white liberals twist that history to spring the guilty, accuse the innocent, and engender racial hatreds, all in order to win politically.
She joins us at 9:05amCT to discuss!
8:05amCT – Bud Kennedy
Star Telegram columnist Bud Kennedy attended the Springtown ISD school board meeting last night at which administrators examined (and amended) the district’s current spanking policy. He joins us this morning to discuss.
Why is this news? Related story HERE.
9:05amCT – Bill Kristol
Editor of the Weekly Standard and Fox News Contributor Bill Kristol has had some rather controversial things to say lately, and he joins us this morning to discuss.
… when they are right: