November 8, 2021

Breaking News, The Relentless Pursuit Of Pleasure Is Causing More Pain Than We Realize, And Socialists & Communists Are Constitutionally Ineligible to Hold Office


3 Very Independent and Compelling Hours of Experts, and Authors Pursuing The Truth No Matter Where It Leads


9:06-9:29a ET – Dr Anna Lembke – In her new book, DOPAMINE NATION the Medical Director of Addiction Medicine at Stanford University explores exciting new scientific discoveries that explain why the relentless pursuit of pleasure leads to pain, while also offering practical solutions for how to manage compulsive overconsumption, providing a clear way back to a balanced life.


9:32-9:58a ET – Jonathan Emord – Socialists and Communists Are Constitutionally Ineligible to Hold Office explains one of the nation’s foremost experts on constitutional and administrative law and has practiced before the federal courts and agencies for thirty-five years.


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10:06-10:29a ET – Carl Gallups – Two thirds of the country says we are heading in the wrong direction, from the economy to illegal immigration, CRT to lawlessness.  How much more can America take?  What is the opportunity for churches today?  The critically acclaimed Amazon Top 60 bestselling author, Sr Pastor at Hickory Hammock Church in Florida and former decorated law enforcement officer discusses the details.

10:32-10:42a ET – Matt Duffy – When it comes to Facebook Groups, there is a place for every interest.  You can learn how to join and create your own FB Group like this Admin and founder of Born Zillennial. 

10:46-10:58a ET – Michael Monrroy – In the Virginia Governor’s Race, Latinos Voters were key to Youngkin’s election. The point person on the ground and the Coalition’s Director for the Libre Initiative-Virginia reports.



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11:06-11:29a ET – Jared Alexander – He joined the US Marines straight out of high school, eager for action. Once in Iraq, however, he came to realize he was fighting a lost cause, enmeshed in the ongoing War on Terror that was really just a fruitless display of American might. The myths of war, the stories of violence and masculinity and heroism, the legacy of his family—everything Alexander had planned his life around—was a mirage. The author of the National Book Award finalist Dark at the Crossing recounts.


11:32-11:58a ET – Patrick O’Donnell – The bestselling, critically acclaimed military historian, writes in his book – THE INDISPENSABLES – about an American war that was much like the Battle of Dunkirk – made famous by the blockbuster movie “Dunkirk.” Join us as he shares.


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