MailBox Monday is one of my favorite days on the show because it allows me the chance to answer listener submitted questions. Today, I’m answering questions about internment camps, how can we know we’re electing uncompromised people for office, a mom is struggling with getting her saved adult son to go to church, and a question from a mom who wants to know my thoughts on homeschoolers participating in public school sports as well as my thoughts on early college.
The various appeals over the OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) health care worker vaccination mandate were argued before the U.S. Supreme Court this past Friday, January 7, 2022.
Those who listened to the Court’s livestream heard over three hours of intense, often frustrating and inaccurate arguments as to why the mandates should either be struck down or remain in effect. Today, Rick Green joins me to discuss.
On February 27 1933, as Hitler’s campaign moved into its final, frantic days, the Reichstag, the German Parliament building, was set on fire and burnt down. An atmosphere of panic and terror followed the event. This continued when a young Dutch communist, Van der Lubbe was arrested for the crime. Though the event had been wildly exaggerated, the Nazi Party used the atmosphere of panic to their advantage, using it to sway political sentiment towards their movement. This hysteria helped to turn the public against the communists, one of the Nazis main opponents, and 4000 people were imprisoned.
On the 28 February 1933, President Hindenburg signed the Emergency Decree for the Protection of the German People. This decree suspended the democratic aspects of the Weimar Republic and declared a state of emergency. This decree gave the Nazis a legal basis for the persecution and oppression of any opponents, who were be framed as traitors to the republic. People could be imprisoned for any or no reason.
The decree also removed basic personal freedoms, such as the freedom of speech, the right to own property, and the right to trial before imprisonment.
Today, we see the same thing happening from the left as it relates to the “insurrection” of January 6th. Join Rick Green as we discuss the frightening similarities between the 1930’s and 2022.
Quarantine facilities, mandatory vaccinations and tyrannical mandates. That’s what’s happening in Washington State. Today, the Board of Health in Washington is considering … out loud … mandating vaccines for school age children. I’ll be talking about the absurdity of this today with my friend, Pastor Dennis Cummins. Continue reading WA Board of Health and a Crisis of Liberty with Pastor Dennis Cummins
The dictionary defines a coward as someone who lacks the courage to do difficult, dangerous, or unpleasant things. In doing this, the coward enslaves himself to fear. On the other hand, God tells His people to “be strong and courageous. This is a command, not a suggestion. You might wonder how could God expect us not to be afraid—and the answer is both simple and profound: it is because He promises to strengthen us and be with us. It’s His strength that helps us not to be afraid, not ours, and it’s available to every Believer!
Today on the show I’m answering listener submitted questions including questions about starting a homeschool band and OSHA mandates.
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Where does true health come from? Hint: It’s not from the food pyramid! Mark Sherwood is Naturopathic Doctor with a full-time wellness-based medical practice in Tulsa, OK called the Functional Medical Institute. He recently announced a run for Governor there as well. Today we’re discussing Covid and why the issues surrounding it are as much about freedom as they are about health.