#boycottdisney begins on X! We also talk Biden's EPA EV mandates and the house voting on a bill to stop it, as well as Penn's issues regarding anti-semitism and palestine gaza hamas stuff. Then, for our main event: we talk the lawsuits starting by Texas, The Federalist and The Daily Wire, and their suing of the US government, state department and the Global Engagement Center. Here we go....
Guests: Dwight Lindley, Joy Pullman, & Richard Samuelson Host Scot Bertram talks with Dwight Lindley, associate professor of English at Hillsdale College, about the new Hillsdale’s new online course on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Joy Pullman, executive editor at The Federalist, discusses the benefits of a classical education and her article Schools That Teach […]
Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Drew Allen, political analyst, author and host of the Drew Allen Show, joins Rod to discuss his piece for American Greatness about how it's time for Republicans to rally behind Trump. Plus, Paul Gottfried, Associated Scholar at the Mises Institute and a political philosopher, joins the show to discuss his piece for The Blaze about why he thinks former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley would be a disastrous choice for the GOP. See below for a full rundown of today's program.Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Thursday, December 7, 20234:20 pm: Drew Allen, political analyst, author and host of the Drew Allen Show, joins Rod to discuss his piece for American Greatness about how it's time for Republicans to rally behind Trump.4:38 pm: John Daniel Davidson, Senior Correspondent for The Federalist, joins Rod for a conversation about his piece on how Democrats are afraid Trump will do to them what they've done to him – weaponize the Justice Department and shred the Constitution.6:05 pm: Paul Gottfried, Associated Scholar at the Mises Institute and a political philosopher, joins the show to discuss his piece for The Blaze about why he thinks former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley would be a disastrous choice for the GOP.6:20 pm: Steve Moore, an Economist with FreedomWorks, joins Rod for their weekly conversation about politics and the nation's economy.6:38 pm: Adam Coleman, Founder of WrongSpeak Publishing and a contributor to The New York Post on his piece about how sports journalism has become a politically poisoned well.
Today's show opens with another example of me never getting tired of being right. I suggested on yesterday's show that Liz Magill, President of the University of Pennsylvania didn't have a change of heart because she realized how wrong she was to not acknowledge calls for genocide against Jews was against their code of conduct. Instead, I stated that the only reason she was apologizing was due to one or more alums pulling their annual gifts to the college. My show wasn't even 24 hours old when the word hit that $100 million was being pulled away from the college. It also looks like Penn is being sued on behalf of some students who were, in fact, harassed and bullies. And, we found another professor on the staff of UPenn who stated her pro-Hamas/anti-Israel beliefs. On top of that, I found a piece written in the Harvard Crimson where their president, Claudine Gay, expressed her deepest apologies for how she came across during Tuesday's testimony before Congress. The reality is, we know why they could not answer the question because if they admitted the anti-Semitic behaviors were against their code of conduct, the next question would be why they didn't do anything about it. This is the catch-22 of their own making. Next, we move to my friend Tara's weekly Top 10 News Items you probably didn't hear on your Legacy/mainstream media. One of those items, 9 new Hunter Biden indictments, is what we jump into next. Seems US Attorney David Weiss has filed 9 significant charges against Hunter in the state of California. I take time to breakdown just how much Hunter spent during a 3-year period and how he claimed to his ex-wife and child that he had no money. Joe Biden calls Hunter “the smartest man he knows” and yet this guy is as dumb as a box of rocks and two scoops of dirt. Mollie Hemingway, Editor-in-Chief at the Federalist made some additional observations and even included a friendly tip for Hunter, notably, don't admit to criminality in your memoirs before the statue of limitations has run out. We then discuss a letter Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) sent to Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) about destroying all the evidence they collected, yet found a letter indicating they gave much of that evidence to Fani Willis in Fulton County, GA for her racketeering indictments. On top of that, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) sent a letter to Fani Willis indicating his committee wants to see all of the collusion and documents shared between her, the J6 Committee, Special Prosecutor Jack Smith's office and the White House. The timing and collusion of all this reminded me of something former Speaker Newt Gingrich said back when the big Fani Willis indictments were announced. Finally, we close with two sillier news items. The first, according to a new law in California, if a retailer doesn't have a gender-neutral toy aisle, they will be fined $500. I have a solution for them and I think it's worth implementing state-wide. Second, remember when Kevin McCallister went to the grocery store in Home Alone? In 1990, his groceries cost $19.83. Today, those exact same items would run $72.28. Thanks, Bidenomics for making Christmas so special. Take a moment to rate and review the show and then share the episode on social media. You can find me on Facebook, X, Instagram, GETTR and TRUTH Social by searching for The Alan Sanders Show. You can also support the show by visiting my Patreon page!
How can it be that in the greatest nation on Earth we have declining average scores in our public schools? President Biden's son Hunter has been indicted yet again. President Biden's false remarks in Las Vegas today. David Harsanyi's opinion piece at The Federalist; "A Short History Of Joe's Long Record Of Lying About Biden Inc."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Grace welcomes Ben Weingarten of The Federalist to the show to discuss Hunter Biden's latest indictment, this time out of California. Will Daddy Joe bail him out?
On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Michael Barone, a senior political analyst for the Washington Examiner and a senior fellow emeritus at the American Enterprise Institute, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss how the Founding Fathers used "geographic imagination" to determine the future boundaries of the constitutional republic and explain the differences between several of their visions. You can find Barone's book "Mental Maps of the Founders: How Geographic Imagination Guided America's Revolutionary Leaders" here. If you care about combatting the corrupt media that continue to inflict devastating damage on our country, please give a gift to help The Federalist do the real journalism America needs.Please visit our great sponsor:HumanNhttp://americalovesbeets.comVisit https://americalovesbeets.com for your free 30-day supply of Superbeets Heart Chews and a free full-size bag of Turmeric Chews.
Rod Arquette Show w/ Greg Hughes Rundown – “Wingman Wednesday,” December 6, 20234:38 pm: Parker Sheppard, Director of the Center for Data Analysis at the Heritage Foundation joins the program for a conversation about how inflation hits poor Americans the hardest.5:05 pm: Max Eden, Research Fellow for the American Enterprise Institute, joins Rod and Greg to discuss the organization's 2023 American Family Survey and the reasons why American parents may never agree on what should be taught in public school classrooms.6:05 pm: Margot Cleveland, Senior Legal Correspondent for The Federalist and an attorney with the New Civil Liberties Alliance, joins Rod and Greg to discuss a lawsuit filed against the State Department over a blacklist effort to silence media outlets that don't promote the preferred views of government.
Megyn Kelly goes from co-moderating the fourth GOP presidential debate to the spin room for a post-debate special, featuring interviews with candidates Vivek Ramaswamy and Nikki Haley, Emily Jashinsky of The Federalist, Michael Moynihan of The Fifth Column, Tom Bevan of RealClearPolitics, and Chris Stirewalt of NewsNation to talk about who won the debate, the fights between the candidates, the key issues of foreign policy, transgender ideology and children, Trump and electability, and more. Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Geoffrey Cain, author and policy director at the Tech Integrity Project, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to break down the relationship between Big Tech companies and the Chinese Communist Party and explore China's role in geopolitics. If you care about combatting the corrupt media that continues to inflict devastating damage, please give a gift to help The Federalist do the real journalism that America needs.Please visit our great sponsor:HumanNhttp://americalovesbeets.comVisit https://americalovesbeets.com for your free 30-day supply of Superbeets Heart Chews and a free full-size bag of Turmeric Chews.
On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Margot Cleveland, an attorney with the New Civil Liberties Alliance, joins Federalist Culture Editor to discuss The Federalist’s First Amendment lawsuit against the U.S. Department of State for using taxpayer dollars to market censorship technology to Big Tech companies. If you care about combatting the corrupt media […]
The Guy Benson Show for 12/06/23 **Guest Host Mary Walter** ~ 3:35pm EST: Mollie Hemingway Editor-in-Chief at The Federalist, Fox News Contributor & Co-Author of Justice on Trial. Be sure to check out her latest book, Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections @MZHemingway ~ 4:05pm EST: Jason Rantz (@jasonrantz), Host of the Jason Rantz Show on KTTH 770AM/94.5 FM in Seattle/Tacoma. Be sure to check out his new book, What's Killing America, the definitive look at how America's biggest cities are being destroyed by progressive policies and Woke Democrats @Jasonrantz ~ 4:35pm EST: Dr. Marty Makary, Professor at Johns Hopkins, member of the National Academy of Medicine, and author of The Price We Pay – What Broke American Healthcare and How to Fix It ~ 5:05pm EST: Grover Glenn Norquest, tax reduction advocate and CEO of Americans for Tax Reform Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12/6/23 Hour 2 John Kirby said Joe Biden “is all about border security.” Democrats continue to hold our border security hostage to funding to Ukraine. Vince speaks with Margot Cleveland, Senior Legal Correspondent at The Federalist to about The Federalist's lawsuit filed jointly by The Federalist, Daily Wire and the State of Texas suing the Federal Censorship-Industrial Complex For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese. Executive Producer: Corey Inganamort @TheBirdWords See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Margot Cleveland, an attorney with the New Civil Liberties Alliance, joins Federalist Culture Editor to discuss The Federalist's First Amendment lawsuit against the U.S. Department of State for using taxpayer dollars to market censorship technology to Big Tech companies. If you care about combatting the corrupt media that continues to inflict devastating damage, please give a gift to help The Federalist do the real journalism that America needs.Please visit our great sponsor:HumanNhttp://americalovesbeets.comVisit https://americalovesbeets.com for your free 30-day supply of Superbeets Heart Chews and a free full-size bag of Turmeric Chews.
Vince speaks with Margot Cleveland, Senior Legal Correspondent at The Federalist to about The Federalist's lawsuit filed jointly by The Federalist, Daily Wire and the State of Texas suing the Federal Censorship-Industrial Complex For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese. Executive Producer: Corey Inganamort @TheBirdWords See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 3: Haley McNamara, VP of Strategy and Communications at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, joins Mark Reardon to share her latest piece in the Federalist, "Your Daughter's Face Could Be Hijacked for 'Deepfake' Porn." Then, Steve Goreham, executive director of the Climate Science Coalition of America, joins the show to share his take on the UN Climate Conference and more! Later, Mark brings you the Aucio Cut of the Day.
0:00 - Durbin cornered on Epstein flight logs 10:19 - FBI, Wray testimony 29:12 - Construction STOPPED for good! Now what? 45:58 - Riley Gaines fires back during subcommittee hearing 01:04:09 - Bjorn Lomborg, president of the Copenhagen Consensus think tank, on COP 28 - ‘Net Zero' Fails the Cost-Benefit Test. Be sure to check out Bjorn's most recent book Best Things First 01:19:38 - Noted economist Stephen Moore discusses Blackrock's Larry Fink's views on ESG and reviews Gavin Newsome's performance in last week's debate. Get more Steve @StephenMoore 01:33:35 - Helen Raleigh, senior contributor to the Federalist and author of Backlash: How China's Aggression Has Backfired, looks at the rising Cultural Revolution on Campus. Follow Helen Raleigh on X @HRaleighspeaks 01:53:16 - Julie Kelly, author of January 6: How Democrats Used the Capitol Protest to Launch a War on Terror Against the Political Right, breaks down FBI director Chris Wray's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing testimony. Check out Julie's substack for more Declassified with July KellySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The unAmerican and antisemitic mob continues its rampage. Join Federalist Editor-in-Chief Mollie Hemingway and Senior Editor David Harsanyi as they discuss his city's decision to cancel a menorah lighting, analyze the decline in American patriotism, ridicule Democrats' undemocratic double standards, and share their thoughts on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and California Gov. Gavin Newsom's debate. Mollie and David also lament the death of The Pogues' leader Shane McGowan. If you care about combatting the corrupt media that continues to inflict devastating damage, please give a gift to help The Federalist do the real journalism that America needs.Please visit our great sponsor:HumanNhttp://americalovesbeets.comVisit https://americalovesbeets.com for your free 30-day supply of Superbeets Heart Chews and a free full-size bag of Turmeric Chews.
Haley McNamara, VP of Strategy and Communications at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, joins Mark Reardon to share her latest piece in the Federalist, "Your Daughter's Face Could Be Hijacked for 'Deepfake' Porn."
0:00 - Dan & Amy take a look at the 2024 Presidential election. No Democrat primary? 12:07 - Mark Carter & Co at City Hall: we're done with the Democrats 31:10 - John Kerry at COP 28: ban coal 51:05 - No child mutilation, no soup for you 01:07:10 - Steven Bucci, visiting fellow in The Heritage Foundation's Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies, reacts to VP Harris' call to "revitalize the Palestinian Authority" 01:22:28 - Publisher of The Hayride, Scott McKay: Mike Johnson Wrote The Foreword To My Book. CNN Absolutely Hates It. Get the book CNN hates, now #1 on Amazon under comparative politics, The Revivalist Manifesto: How Patriots Can Win the Next American Era 01:38:24 - TX Gov. Greg Abbott on border: TX no longer #1 b/c of border security measures 01:54:34 - Executive Editor of the Federalist, Joy Pullman: White House Pretending TikTok ‘Disinformation' Stokes Price Fears Is An Insult To Americans You can follow Joy on X @JoyPullmannSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky and Common Sense Society Executive Editor Christopher Bedford to share his thoughts on the GOP's other 2024 candidates, artificial intelligence, America First foreign policy, and faith. If you care about combatting the corrupt media that continues to inflict devastating damage, please give a gift to help The Federalist do the real journalism that America needs.Please visit our great sponsor:HumanNhttps://americalovesbeets.comVisit https://americalovesbeets.com for your free 30-day supply of Superbeets Heart Chews and a free full-size bag of Turmeric Chews.
This episode is presented by Carolina Readiness Supply – Expect the goal posts to get moved. The Federalist reports: The House Oversight Committee has obtained financial documents outlining monthly transfers from Hunter Biden to his father, President Joe Biden. On Monday, GOP House Oversight Chairman James Comer of Kentucky announced the discovery of subpoenaed bank records revealing monthly payments of $1,380 directly to Joe Biden from Owasco PC, a corporate enterprise owned by Hunter Biden. Owasco has been documented receiving payments from Biden business associate Rob Walker's company as well as a deposit from Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC. Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 3: Kent Heckenlively, Attorney, Science Teacher, and Author, joins Mark Reardon to discuss his latest piece in the Federalist on how he says the DEI Agenda is poisoning our entire society. Then, Dan McLaughlin, a senior writer for National Review joins Mark to share on his latest piece on Americans For Prosperity betting big on Nikki Haley. Later, Mark brings you the Audio Cut of the Day.
12/1//23 Hour 2 It's the Fisher House Radio Marathon! Ron DeSantis thoroughly dismantled Gavin Newsom in last night's debate hosted by Sean Hannity. Vince Coglianese speaks with Josh and McKenna Wells who were were active-duty Army in Alaska when they greeted their premature twins. Josh remains on active duty. They stayed at the Fisher House and had support from other families. Vince speaks with Sean Davis, CEO and Co-Founder of The Federalist to about the feckless Republicans who expelled George Santos from Congress today. Vince speaks with Tia Loudin, who stayed at a Fisher House in Houston, Texas with her mother while her father underwent long stays in the hospital. Tia's father (who passed on November 19) was a Vietnam veteran who fought esophageal cancer. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese. Executive Producer: Corey Inganamort @TheBirdWords See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
12/1/23 Hour 1 It's day two of the Fisher House Radio Marathon! Vince speaks with Vince speaks with Michelle Horn, VP of Communications for Fisher House and retired Army officer who served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Germany and Kosovo. Vince speaks with Emily Jashinsky, Culture Editor at The Federalist and Co-Host of Counter Points about yesterday's Weaponization Hearing in which Rep Dan Goldman downplayed the existence of online censorship. Vince speaks with Don Van Borsch, a man who stayed at the Charleston Fisher House with his wife, Jan for 6 months while waiting to receive a heart transplant. He is home now doing well. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese. Executive Producer: Corey Inganamort @TheBirdWords See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"You play to win the game!" That's a famous quote from football coach Herm Edwards back in 2002. It applies it football, and it also applies in another contact sport: politics. Jesse Kelly argues that Republicans are playing to lose, while Democrats play to win. Blake Masters is trying to change the culture of losing and joins Jesse on the show. Plus, insight from a retired Army major and The Federalist's Emily Jashinsky. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guest Bios Show Transcript https://youtu.be/CaDhqixI0jsExposing abuse and corruption can be a thankless job. Powerful figures doing wrong often deny and attack those exposing them. And their supporters often join suit—attacking the messenger, rather than holding their leader accountable. This edition of The Roys Report features a very personal talk from Restore Conference founder and journalist, Julie Roys, delivered at the recent event this past October. It's centered on one question: why continue reporting, advocating, and shining a light when doing so comes at such a high personal cost? Journalists like Julie often ask this question—and so do many abuse survivor advocates, whistleblowers, and allies. The work can be grueling, and the pay off at times seems minimal. But in this talk, Julie shares not just her own struggles, but also the convictions she's gained over years of exposing abuse and corruption. If you're struggling to keep fighting for truth and justice, this talk will not just encourage, but inspire you to keep going. Guests Julie Roys Julie Roys is a veteran investigative reporter and founder of The Roys Report. Julie previously hosted a national talk show on the Moody Radio Network, called Up for Debate. She also has worked as a TV reporter for a CBS affiliate in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and as a newswriter for WGN-TV and Fox 32 Chicago. Julie's work has also appeared in Christianity Today, Religion News Service, The Federalist, and The Christian Post. She and her husband, Neal, live in the Chicago area and have three children and two grandchildren. Show Transcript SPEAKERSJulie Roys Julie Roys 00:04Exposing abuse and corruption can be a thankless job. Those doing wrong often deny and attack those exposing them. And their supporters often join suit, attacking the messenger rather than holding their leader accountable. So why continue reporting and advocating and shining a light? Welcome to The Roys Report, a podcast dedicated to reporting the truth and restoring the church. I’m Julie Roys. And the question of why not quit is one of those questions I’ve asked myself repeatedly over the years. And I know it’s not one that just journalists ask; many abuse survivor advocates, whistleblowers and allies do too. The work can be grueling and the payoff at times can seem minimal, so why not quit? Why keep fighting Goliath when the odds continually seem stacked in our opponent’s favor? Julie Roys 00:52 What you’re about to hear is a very personal talk I gave at the 2023 RESTORE conference. The past 18 months have been especially hard for me. And there have been times when I’ve struggled profoundly with whether I can stay in this work without it deforming my soul. If you’re a survivor, or whistleblower or an ally, or maybe all of the above, you’ve probably experienced some of the same struggles. You may be struggling today. In this talk. I don’t pretend to have all the answers. I’m still processing a lot of this stuff myself. But what I do is share my journey and why ,despite the difficulties, which are many and real, I’m not quitting. You’ll hear my talk in just a minute. Julie Roys 00:52 But first, I’d like to thank the sponsors of this podcast, Judson University, and Marquardt of Barrington. If you’re looking for a top ranked Christian University, providing a caring community and an excellent college experience. Judson University is for you. Judson is located on 90 acres, just 40 miles west of Chicago in Elgin, Illinois. The school offers more than 60 majors, great leadership opportunities and strong financial aid. Plus, you can take classes online as well as in person. Judson University is shaping lives that shaped the world. For more information, just go to JUDSONU.EDU. Also, if you’re looking for a quality new or used car, I highly recommend my friends at Marquardt of Barrington. Marquardt is a Buick GMC dealership where you can expect honesty, integrity, and transparency. That’s because the owners there Dan and Curt Marquardt, are men of integrity. To check them out, just go to BUYACAR123.COM. Julie Roys 02:37 Well, again, here’s the talk I gave a RESTORE 2023 on why not quit? Well, at the first RESTORE conference in 2019, I announced from this stage that we were experiencing an unmistakable move of God to purify his church. James MacDonald had just been exposed as the bully and hypocrite that he was and removed from Harvest Bible Chapel. Bill Hybels was exposed as a sexual predator, and people were finally believing the women, and revelations about Jerry Falwell, Jr. were just beginning to come out. And then donors alleging fraud won a massive $37 million dollar settlement from Gospel for Asia. Clearly God was cleaning house right? And over the next few years, the revelations just kept coming. Jerry Falwell, Jr, resigned from Liberty University amid shocking allegations of sexual and financial misconduct. Ravi Zacharias was shown to be a serial sexual predator, and RZIM was shut down. Hillsong began to implode beginning with Carl Lentz and his sexual misconduct going all the way to Brian Houston, and his sexual misconduct. And then I reported probably the biggest investigation I’ve ever done. I reported on John MacArthur, the supposed greatest expositor of the 20th century, that he had a pattern of shaming abuse victims and protecting their abusers. With story after story after story, the evil infecting the evangelical industrial complex, was being exposed and routed out. And probably more than any other time in my life, I felt like I was right in the middle of this remarkable thing that God was doing. Well, then I experience the most virulent backlash I have ever experienced. An army of YouTubers loyal to John MacArthur just kept hitting. They couldn’t go after the facts of my stories, so they went after me. And I became the poster child of the angry feminist proponent of CRT, wokism – it didn’t matter whether I adhere to any of these things. They republished it anyway. And John MacArthur, despite everything I’d reported on him, he didn’t get canceled. He went and spoke at the Getty’s Sing conference. At the G3 conference, the Puritans conference. Sure, his reputation has been tarnished a bit. But those loyal dug in. Well, then some anonymous Twitter accounts loyal to John MacArthur found some objectionable content in a book that I wrote in 2017. And soon I wasn’t just facing backlash from John MacArthur and those loyal to him, but from my own tribe, and from the survivor community. And people were hurt, and they were confused. And like I said, yesterday, some of that criticism was valid and deserved, and I didn’t get the power differential and someone a relationship with somebody that had been in a ministry that I had led, and that was my own responsibility. And I had assigned fault where it didn’t belong, where I should have taken responsibility. But some of the criticism was cruel. And it was patently false. And it was shockingly personal. And if you’ve never been in the midst of a public controversy like that, it’s kind of hard to explain. But it is a unique kind of awful. At least when you’re a private person and people talk about you, they have the decency to do it behind your back. But when you’re a public person, they do it in front of your family and your children and your friends and thousands and thousands of other people. And it was traumatic for me, I know it was even traumatic for some of you. And then perhaps smelling blood in the water, Protestia, a so-called discernment blog, lacking hardly any journalistic integrity, announced that they had a story that was going to expose me as a fraud. And on a Friday, they tweeted, were blocked but someone tag at reached Julie Roys, and give her a heads up in our next article about her revealing some of her shenanigans is really, really gonna sting. And then they published this video: 07:05 I said at the very at the very beginning, that we have some more information coming out about Julie Roys that I’m hoping to have out to you by Monday but suffice it to say it’s going to blow up the facade of Julie Roys as an ethical investigative journalist. We have some information about some very unethical, I would say immoral, but certainly unethical., things that Julie Roys has been caught saying and doing and promoting that we’re going to be releasing this information, hopefully by Monday. So, stay tuned to Protestia.com for that information. I want to thank you all again for joining me tonight on this live stream. Julie Roys 08:06 So that came out on a Friday, so I had the whole weekend. I’m on pins and needles a whole weekend and I’m like what awful thing did I just do? I have no idea what I just did. So, I’m waiting for this to come out and on Monday Protestia published this menacing tweet. Apparently the story had been delayed a day. But will come out the next morning. Yet on Tuesday instead of publishing their big expose on me Protestia had to publish a retraction saying they almost got conned by an abuse survivor. Of course, they’ve got conned because they went forward with all of these allegations on Friday. Apparently a woman had fabricated some emails that she said were from me. And in these emails, I allegedly said that she should go forward with 300 allegations against a well-known Christian figure whether they were true or false. And sadly, Protestia didn’t do the very basics, the number one thing that you do when someone’s accused, is you go to the accused, and you ask for their side of the story. They didn’t do that until Tuesday, when they started to recognize some things might be going wrong. And they had accepted these fabricated emails as fact for about three days and went forward with those, again, libelous, and slanderous allegations,. The experience was unnerving, especially in the middle of what I was dealing with. But it wasn’t the last hoax I faced either. Someone close to James McDonald came after me with wild allegations that I covered up a child sex abuse scandal at Harvest Bible Chapel when I was investigating it. Nothing could have been further from the truth. Yet, some survivor advocates picked up that story as well and they began tweeting and retweeting it. And I had to track down a story that was three years old and find the emails and the texts and go back to the primary sources and publish my own story, showing that these allegations were false. And whatever momentum that I had going into all of this was completely eradicated. I was just trying to keep my head above water. Emotionally, I was spinning. It was so, so tough. Julie Roys 10:21 And then people started talking about whether or not I was going to quit. In fact, I got a call from a colleague of mine, and was actually the only journalist who called me in the midst of this. And he said, Julie, I am watching what’s going on online. And he’s like, are you all right? And it was really sweet. And I don’t even know what I said. I was playing blubbering something. But it was a sweet call. But at the end of the call, he’s like, hope you don’t take this the wrong way, but if you do resign, can I have the interview? I was a little taken aback, but then I got a call from a former blogger, who I got to know really well through an investigation. And he gave me permission to share what I’m going to share with you. But he just asked that I call him by his first name, his first name, Scott. And so, he said something very similar. He said, Julie, I’m watching what’s happening to you on Twitter right now. And I just have to tell you as your friend, like, this is painful. He’s like, You don’t owe me an explanation. I know you. I know your character. But don’t take this the wrong way. But have you thought about quitting? And he’s like, I love you and I care about you, and I’ve actually jotted down some reasons that I think you should consider. And would you be willing to just hear me out on this? And I love Scott. I respect Scott. And I knew the heart that he was saying this was, so I said, Sure. Scott, go ahead. Tell me what you think. And he said, one, I noticed that you’re taking all this friendly fire. See, usually, my accusers are the defenders of whatever church leader it is, that’s caught in the crosshairs of some investigation. But now, my accusers were my own tribe. It was people, some people from the survivor community. And let me just preface what Scott said, by saying, I have found that the survivor community and the people in this room, that some of you have been some of the most gracious people that I know. And the love that I was shown from some of you was so touching. And I have so much respect for survivors. Because survivors have been through hell, and they’ve come out with this beauty. So many of you. And so, it really was a small segment of the survivor community that was really being nasty. But he said, Julie, given the way that you’ve been treated by your own tribe, why would you keep reporting their stories? And I know some of you know what that feels like. Because you’ve tried to help with something. And you stepped out and you’ve messed up in some way and the backlash, and what happened to you when you did that, made you feel like I don’t even want to do that again. Like why try? And that’s how I felt a little bit at that point. Julie Roys 13:22 But then he said, secondly, maybe your work to expose abuse and corruption is done. And by this, he didn’t mean there weren’t any more abusers out there or anymore corruption. What he was saying is that there’s a pattern. In fact, there’s so much of a pattern, you just see it playing out again and again, and again. It’s like Wade Mullens said in his book, something’s not right. They’re all using the same playbook. They all use the same tactics. He’s like, have you thought that maybe, just maybe, those who have ears to hear have heard and the rest won’t ever listen to it anyway. But lastly, and this is the one that really kind of hit home. And he said, Julie, do you ever wonder in what ways reporting on all of these vile things in the church and living in this constant pressure cooker is molding you and forming you into someone that you don’t want to be? And then he quoted Friedrich Nietzsche, who said, Whoever battles monsters should see to it in the process, that he does not become a monster himself. And when you look long into the abyss, the Abyss also looks back at you. And then Scott recalled ways that when he was blogging, that he’d start to see how this was affecting him negatively. That’s part of the reason he stopped doing it. And he said, Julie, don’t take this as a confrontation. I’m not saying that I see this in you yet. But when I read some of the comments sometimes at your website, that’s when I begin to see it. He’s like, It’s like Grace is disappearing. And friend, you know the verse in the passage in Corinthians, If I speak with the tongues of angels, but have not love, I am nothing but a resounding gong and a clanging cymbal or in my situation, if I expose every predator pastor and defend every vulnerable victim, but have not love, I am nothing. And I know again, my experience is unique in some ways, but it’s not. Also, some of you have been reporting, maybe not as a journalist, but in other ways have been trying to expose abuse and corruption in the church for far longer than I have. Some of you that have spoken at this conference have suffered far worse than I could even imagine, for standing up for the truth. And you may not be journalists, although there’s some in this room. But you’re bloggers and podcasters and whistleblowers, lawyers, pastors, allies, advocates. And you may today profoundly feel betrayed by those that you expected to support you. A sense of futility about the work that you’re doing. And there are moments when you feel like your work, or advocacy is molding you into someone that you don’t want to be. And you may be wondering, is it worth it? Should I just get out of the trenches? Should I stop doing this and maybe just go to Colorado and hike mountains every day? Julie Roys 16:39 I have wrestled with all these things profoundly. And I don’t speak today as someone who has all the answers. I am in process like a lot of you. But I do feel like God has spoken to me with some resolution on some of these things. And I just want to share with you kind of what God’s been saying to me, in the hopes that it’ll help you as you wrestle through some of these things as well. Julie Roys 17:05 So let me talk about the first issue that Scott raised, and that’s betrayal. I mean, why report or advocate or serve or pastor on people who may at any point turn on you? First, let me say, it goes both ways. I’ve been hurt by some survivor advocates, some of them innocently, some of them maliciously. But I’ve hurt some people in this room. I’ve had to ask forgiveness for some people in this room. And they’ve had to show me grace. And so, in some ways, there’s really nothing unique about this. If you’re working with people, we’re going to disappoint each other, right? We’re going to let each other down, we’re going to have to ask for forgiveness, we’re going to have to extend grace. But this is I think the question itself had an assumption in it, and that is that I’m doing what I’m doing for survivors. And I love survivors. I love you guys, and I consider myself now after some of the stuff I’ve been through, one of them too; absolutely love you guys. Julie Roys 18:20 But this is what I told Scott, or at least what I was thinking at the time, I can’t remember if I told him. But I’m not doing this for survivors. Maybe as a secondary reason, yes. But I don’t think any of us can stay in the work that we’re doing long term if we’re primarily doing it for people. Because when you’re doing it for people, your eyes are always on the worthiness of a person. And we’re pretty darn fallible. In the long term, if that’s what we do, we’re gonna end up very bitter and angry and burned out. The primary reason I’m doing what I’m doing, and I would suggest that all of us should be doing whatever work it is, as an act of worship to God. We’re serving God. And you’ve probably heard the story of Mother Teresa, where she was with a journalist in Calcutta. And he saw her cleaning out this infected wound that was this maggot infested. And he said, “I wouldn't do what you’re doing for a million dollars. And she shot right back, I wouldn’t either. She got that when she served the person on the street, she was serving Jesus. And so, whenever we’re serving whatever capacity it is, we are serving Jesus. I would also say that I do believe God called me to this work. Julie Roys 19:45 I never would have imagined five years ago that I would be doing what I’m doing today. It was the furthest thing from my imagination. And I bet for some of you in this room 5 years ago, 10 years ago, 15 years ago, you never would have imagined you would be here either, or you never would have imagined the set of circumstances that put you in this room right now. And I’m guessing that if you look back over the ,5, 10, 15, however many years it’s been, if you look carefully, you can see the hand of God in your life, putting you where you are right now. It is not the road you would have chosen, but it’s the road that God worked redemptively in. Julie Roys 20:31 Five years ago, I was a radio host on the Moody Bible Institute, Moody Radio Network. I’d just written a book, I was getting booked at these women’s conferences, ironically, one at Harvest Bible Chapel. I was getting booked on all these radio programs, I was on my way to becoming, God forbid, a Christian celebrity. But then I learned about corruption and abuse at the Moody Bible Institute. And I was the one person who not only had the inside information, but I also had the training and the skills to know what to do with that to expose it. And so, it didn’t take too long before it became a matter of conscience where I felt like if I didn’t say something, that I would be disobeying God. And some of you know exactly what I’m talking about, because you’ve sat in that situation before, where you’ve known that to stay quiet is to disobey God. But you have absolutely no guarantee that if you speak out, that it’s going to go well for you. In fact, you’re pretty darn sure that if you do speak out, it’s gonna go a lot worse. And that’s what happened for me. I got fired from Moody Bible Institute. Ironically, they also pressured the top three executives to resign that I had reported on. But I had broken the silent rule, which is, you never speak about these things publicly. I was actually told by a board member on the phone, that the reason they fired me is because the interim president told them that I had signed an NDA. And I will never forget the shock in his voice when I told him that several years before when they had moved me from full time to part time that they had given me an NDA, and I fought it with everything I was worth. There was absolutely no way that as a journalist, I would sign something that resigned me to silence, absolutely no way. And he immediately said, Oh, I gotta go and hung up. And despite the fact that they had absolutely no grounds for firing me, I was completely blacklisted in the evangelical industrial complex. And many of you know what that is like too. I knew it would happen, just wasn’t, I had been in it for about 10 years. So, I knew how the game worked. Julie Roys 23:02 And I thought when I got fired, this would be a great thing. I’ll have more time with my kids, and now my grandkids. But then survivors from Harvest Bible Chapel came to me begging me to hear their stories and do what I had done at Moody for Harvest. And then survivors from Mark Driscoll’s church came and said, “Would you please listen to us and report on what’s happening here? And then Steve Baughman gave me a copy of his book, Cover Up in the Kingdom. And he said, Julie, I’ve been reporting for years about how Ravi Zacharias is a fraud, but nobody will listen to me because I’m an atheist, but they’ll listen to you because you’re one of them. And God brought me story after story after story. And every single time I didn’t hear like the audible voice of God, but I felt very much that he was saying, keep reporting. And so that’s what I’ve tried to do. And ironically, God took the one thing that I thought would end my career, blowing the whistle on the Moody Bible Institute, and he used it to launch The Roys Report. And he used hurting people that I got to know in my reporting on Harvest and Willow Creek to start this conference. And I just see his hand working redemptively in all things. And I bet some of you like I said, if you look back over your life, and even this chapter, you might be able to see God’s hand working redemptively. Maybe not yet. Some of you I know, because I’ve talked to you and it’s like, you’re hanging by a thread right now. And you can’t even believe that the things that have happened to you at the hands of people you loved, and you trusted, and you thought were members of the kingdom and you were all working on the same team, did you what they did. And I would just encourage you for whatever mustard seed of faith that you have, hang on to Jesus. Just hang on. Because I also know that there’s others of you today that you never would have believed, you never would have believed 10 years ago that you would be where you are today. You never would have believed you’d be able to heal. You never would have believed with what you went through, that you would have the confidence and the courage that you have today that you will be as healed as you are. And I just want to remind you, that’s not just because you’re amazing. A lot of you are amazing. And you’re an incredible inspiration to me, and you have been through far more than I ever will go through and ever dream of going through, I would just encourage you to see the way that God has been working in your life doing what he said he would do, that he began a good work in you will carry it on to completion to the day of Christ Jesus. Julie Roys 25:57 I don’t think it’s trite, that what God did in the Old Testament with Joseph that he still does today. That he takes the evil that was done against us, and he works it for good. And if he’s calling you to a certain work, I would just encourage you to do it with all your might, as unto the Lord. And I’m not going to quit because of the pushback. I think it comes with the territory. In fact, I had an editor once who said Julia, if you’re not getting any hate mail, then you’re probably just not saying anything. Julie Roys 26:38 But what about the second reason that Scott mentioned? The seeming futility of fighting this evil that seems to have worked itself through the entire dough of evangelicalism and within the church, and you seem to be fighting this giant that is so incredibly massive, and all the people with power are propping it up. And quite frankly, we don’t have very much. In fact, in comparison, we’re just gnats; we’re like so small. You know, last night we heard from Jason and Lorie Adams Brown. And if you know their story, you know that they blew the whistle on Andy Wood, who had been at Echo church because of the spiritual abuse that they received at his hands. Despite the fact that they blew the whistle on him, and I had the privilege of reporting their story, Saddleback Church went ahead and hired him, and he is now the successor for Rick Warren at Saddleback Church. Julie Roys 27:42 But it was so encouraging to hear from them how their courage and their speaking out, cause other people who had been similarly abused by some of the same people to come to them, and talk to them about the abuse. And for them to say how they got their voice back because that’s what abusers do. They take away your voice. And to reclaim your voice is a very important thing. It is empowering. And then they talked about how another story that came to me because I published that first story was stories about how Andy Wood and Echo Church had stolen these vulnerable congregations that own these multimillion-dollar buildings and had tried to steal those buildings. And a major Baptist leader went on the record with me talking about his experience of Andy Wood trying to steal numerous churches. And that never would have come out had they not spoken. Julie Roys 28:42 I also recently produced a podcast with Emily Hyland, who’s at this conference. And Emily was a victim of abuse by Dane Ortlund, who’s a pastor in this area. And Emily told me that after we published the podcast, now she’s beginning to hear from other people who have similarly been abused by Dane Ortlund, and now they’re beginning to get their voice and they’re thinking of going on the record. And just a little bit ago, I published the story about Churchome. This is this West Coast church pastored by celebrity pastor Judah Smith, and the first piece that I did on Churchome was about this woman who had been raped by one of their pastors. And they even did an independent investigation and found out that there’s credible evidence, in fact beyond a reasonable doubt that her allegation was true. So, they pressured him, and he resigned from the church and three years later, they hired him back over her objections. And literally the same day, I started getting emails and texts and different things from women who had similarly been abused at that church and wanted to go forward with their story and I was able to do a three-part series on what Churchome had done. And right now, I can’t tell you what the story is because I haven’t published it yet. But I have a big one. And it’s due to another person at Churchome, seeing what we just reported. And now that person came forward and gave me a bunch of information. And that’s how it happens. Every single time with story after story after story. It’s like this little fire starts here, and then it spreads here, and then here, here, and soon the whole hillside is ablaze. And friends, that’s how movements happen. That’s how they grow. But it takes time, and it takes perseverance. Julie Roys 30:34 At the first RESTORE, I said that this unmistakable move of God that it was not a sprint, it’s a marathon. Now, at that point, I thought we were in like mile 9 or 10. The more I’ve done this now I’m thinking we’re on four or five, we may be on two or three. And I hate to break that news to you. But I really do. People have compared this current state of the church to the Catholic church before the Reformation. I actually think that’s a fair comparison. It is that corrupt. It is that widespread. Do you know how long the Reformation took? Historians date it from 1517 to 1648. Friends that is 131 years. How about slavery? Let’s just look at England. It took William Wilberforce fighting passionately, so much so that his own health suffered greatly for two decades to abolish slavery in England, because friends, that’s how institutionalized evil and that is what we are dealing with institutionalized evil. That’s how it’s dismantled. So, do I get discouraged? 100%. I’m human. Are there days when it’s hard to persevere? But I believe the corruption in the church is the most serious threat to this country. And most Christians don’t even know it. That’s the shocking thing. Most Christians aren’t even aware of it. And you say, Well, how can I say that? How many times have we heard the hope of the world is Jesus and his means of rescuing the world is thank you, the church. And we’re supposed to be the salt of the earth. We’re supposed to be a light on the hill, and we are Sodom and Gomorrah. And yet, what are most all the Christian leaders doing right now? What are they talking about? They’re talking about all the sin out there. Right? They’re talking about everything that’s bad out there in the world. Like they have a moral platform to stand on. And they’re not talking about the sin in their own house, none of them. And unless we deal with the sin in our own house, there’s no way, there’s no way that we’re going to reform this country. And it certainly isn’t by electing some politician. Julie Roys 33:21 But I would encourage you, and this is what I see happen a lot, is that people get really excited about a story that touches them personally. And thank God because every time I report a new story, there are people who are totally unaware that this is going on, and they become aware. But then what happens is they move on with their life. And I’m not saying that you shouldn’t move on with your life. Dear Lord, if all of us lived in, I’ve got a weird call. I get that. I got a weird personality too. I make mugs. Actually. I have people make them for me, but the biggest insults I get I actually enjoy that at times. I’m just kind of weird that way. But I’m just there is an element to which we can’t all live in that intensity, and I get that. But what I’m saying is, don’t just move on and forget there’s other people stuck. Don’t just move on. Keep your love for the church and for the mission and for the restoration of this thing that Jesus died for and that he loves. And don’t forget that if not you, who? So, am I going to quit because the progress is slow and hard? No. I’m going to keep in mind one of my favorite verses First Corinthians 15:58. Therefore my dear brothers and sisters, do not lose heart. Stand firm. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor in the Lord is not in vain. Julie Roys 35:07 And now I’m going to address the most concerning issue that Scott raised. And that is what if in the process of fighting the monster, you become the monster? Last year Christian therapist and trauma expert Dr. Diane Langberg, said from the stage that the way that you recognize a wolf is you don’t become one. Some people took offense at that, because they said, listen, we’re not all going to become pedophiles. We’re not all rapists, we’re not like on that level. And they’re right. It takes a certain level of pathology to do something like that. And most people, quite frankly, aren’t there, thank God. That said, that’s not what Diane was saying. What Diane was saying is that every single one of us, every single one of us has a sin nature. And if we don’t keep that in check, we can succumb to a lot of the same things as the people I report on. I would be lying if I said that I didn’t have some of the vices of the people I report on because I do. I struggle with anger, bitterness, contempt, self-pity, that’s a big one, pride. And the more I uncover and the more that I see innocent people abused by these people, the more difficult it becomes to deal with some of those vices. It can become a death spiral. And the spiritual death that we see in other people can become our spiritual death. Dr. Lambert writes about this in her devotional book called In Our Lives First. And this is a book that I’ve read twice, devotionally over the past 18 months. I’ll probably read it again over the next year because this is something that I constantly need to be reminded of. And she writes, those of us who work with such deaths must be extremely careful not to catch the diseases that surround us. We must be careful not to assume that catching such diseases is hard to do. Working with sin, suffering and evil can easily numb the heart. Numbness leads to death, if left alone. She also writes, counselors, though this is true of investigative reporters, it’s true of pastors, it’s true of Survivor advocates, many others. We are handling toxic things, and we have toxins in our own hearts, and it is not hard to either be destroyed by the work or to destroy those who come to us for help. So, what do we do? Do we quit working in the trenches? Lori Anne suggested that some people should quit. I’m not going to argue with Lori Anne. Maybe I tweak it a little bit. Let me just speak to those of you who like me grew up in a home where personal responsibility and duty was a big thing. Any of you? okay. And so sometimes those of us who grew up in these homes tend to do things because we feel like we have to, and we have a sense of responsibility and duty. And we can be destroying ourselves and destroying the relationships with those we love the most. Yet we keep doing it because we think we have to. Am I right? Can I get an Amen? Now, right? I don’t think God is honored when we destroy ourselves. And I tell you what, he’s certainly not honored, when eventually that turns into harm for others, because eventually that’s what happens. So, if that’s you, and that’s happening, you know, maybe you don’t need to have a frontline role. Maybe you can just step back for a season. Maybe you can support some people that are out there. You know, maybe you can adjust your role or maybe you do take a little bit of a break. Or maybe you do go to Colorado for three weeks and hike mountains. But is there a way? Is there a way to remain in work that exposes us to the vilest, the vilest things that happen in this world, yet instead of destroying us, it actually aids in our own sanctification? Sanctification, just a theological word for the process of becoming like Jesus. Julie Roys 39:53 I grew up in the holiness movement. You may not know what that means. That’s okay. But in the holiness movement, we talked a lot about sanctification. And we talked a lot about a second work of the Holy Spirit, kind of like charismatics talk about a baptism of the Holy Spirit, except the manifestation within the holiness movement isn’t tongues, the manifestation is power over sin in your life. And we weren’t against tongues. Speak in tongues? Absolutely. Just like Paul said, I wish you all were like me. Just if it doesn’t lead to your sanctification, what good is it? That’s the point is that we become like Jesus, right? Diane Langberg writes a lot about sanctification. She doesn’t urge counselors to quit their work. Instead, she implores them to pursue Jesus. She writes, we have not heard God clearly if we fail to understand that one of the requirements for our work is that God’s sanctifying work must go on continually in us as well. If it does not, while we may appear for a time to be doing his work, eventually what is true will be made manifest. That we have not for the sake of others, meant to the sanctification process ourselves, we will damage his world, His people and His name, may it never be so. Julie Roys 41:17 One of the great tragedies of the epidemic of abuse and corruption in the evangelic church is that it is pushing people away from Jesus. And many because of the hurt that they’ve experienced are beginning to deconstruct their faith. And I’m not dissing deconstruction. Many of us need to go back and reevaluate a lot of the beliefs that we took in and begin to think about those and we need a safe place to do that in. We need people who are safe people to do that with, we need safe people. We need to be safe people. And I’d be lying if I didn’t say that what I have been exposed to hasn’t caused me to doubt my faith. In fact, the hardest question for me has been does Christianity, does it make people worse? Or does it make people better? Because I’ve seen some really devout Christians who have incredible grip of Scripture, incredible grip of theology much better than I do. And yet they are some of the most wicked people I have ever known in my life. And I tell you what I’ve become convinced of, I’ve concluded that Christianity, divorce from a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ and reduced to a theological system, a moralistic system, or God forbid, a political one is absolutely heinous. And it does make people into monsters. Julie Roys 43:06 But I believe a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ is not only helpful in helping us deal with the vilest thing of this world, it is 100% essential. I know my relationship with Jesus has sustained me over the past 18 months. I remember several weeks before last year’s RESTORE conference, and I was a mess, and Dr. Diane Langberg got on a zoom call with me for about 90 minutes. And she was so loving, and so gracious, which I’m sure is not hard for you to imagine. And she was Jesus to me. And I remember saying to her, Diane, the hardest part about this whole thing to me is that I’ve been accused of these awful things, and I can’t say anything. I remember having a very close friend who said, Julie, if you step down from that conference, everybody’s going to assume that everything that was said about you is true. And Diane said to me, she said, Julie, this is an opportunity for you to enter into Christ’s sufferings. And initially, I thought about that very much in a martyr sort of way. Because if you’ve been wronged in some way, it’s really really easy to get a martyr complex. Super easy. But it hasn’t been like that. Julie Roys 44:43 So, I had a very profound experience with a spiritual coach mentor about, I don’t know, seven or eight months ago where we were just doing some breathing exercises because I was kind of worked up. It’s hard to imagine I know. And while we’re in the process of this, she said, just experience the Lord’s compassion. And that morning, I had read about Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane. And I began imagining being in the garden of Gethsemane with Jesus. I have a pretty vivid imagination. So, I’m there and I’m looking at his face and I see just incredible pain on his face. And it strikes me he’s just been betrayed by one of his 12 closest companions. And one of his three closest friends is going to deny him three times. And I felt betrayed by people who are frankly kind to strangers. I don’t really even know any more. And then Jesus is literally sweating, beads of blood. I had gone through some emotional trauma; I’ve never done that. And then Jesus is thinking about this in the night before he’s going on the cross. I began thinking of this, he’s going to be tortured to death the next day. I have never in my life been tortured for my faith. I read Miriam’s book, and I was devastated. What that woman has gone through, and she has overcome. I am in awe of her. Jesus suffered. The immensity of His suffering began to hit me. And I in that moment, finally didn’t feel sorry for myself. And somehow, in that whole process, I felt more unified with Jesus than I’d ever felt before. And there was this oneness, and somehow now what I had gone through had meaning and that made all the difference in the world. I’ve also been thinking about the fact that Jesus died for his enemies. I have enemies now. I don’t think I had enemies before I started reporting. Like I people didn’t like me. But enemies. I mean, somebody really bent on your destruction like that, actually schemes about it. I have those now. Some of you have those now. I’m having a tough enough time forgiving them. Dying for them? Man. And here’s where it gets tough because Jesus says we’re supposed to have the same attitude that he had. Julie Roys 47:29 I was challenged by a friend several years ago, to just read through the Old Testament, and read about every single time that a prophet brings a word of judgment to people. It took me several months, but I went ahead and did it. And something dawned on me. Every time that God gave a prophet a harsh word to say to his people, it was never because he wanted to destroy them. We see this in the story of Jonah, right? You all know the story. Jonah is told to go to the Ninevites. Nineveh is the capital of the Assyrian bloodthirsty, hostile people, the enemies of the Israelites. And what does he do? He goes to Tarsus gets on a ship and they go out to the Mediterranean. The big storm comes they throw him overboard, fish swallow them, he’s in the fish three days, vomited up on dry land, and he says, Okay, fine, I’ll go to Nineveh, goes to Nineveh for three days. He tells the Ninevites that in 40 days, God’s going to destroy you. And then the Ninevites do a most remarkable thing. They actually repent and God has mercy on them. But Jonah, what does he do? He becomes despondent. He says to the Lord, oh, Lord, is this not what I said when I was in my country? That is why I made haste to flee to Tarsus, for I knew that you are a gracious God and merciful, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love unrelenting from disaster. Therefore, oh Lord, please take my life for me. For it is better for me to die than to live. Jonah had become every bit as hard-hearted as the people that he hated. And if that can happen to a prophet of God, it can happen to me, can happen to any one of us. Julie Roys 49:29 So, this is kind of a heart check for us. This heart check for me, I began to think about this. Like what if John MacArthur repented? It’s hard to imagine. The man’s never apologized that I know of. That’s what I’m told from everybody near him. But let’s imagine he did. What if John MacArthur went to Eileen Gray, and he said, Eileen, I’m so sorry. When your husband tried to suffocate your daughter and the abuse was so brutal in your home that you came to the church, you came to us for help. And instead of helping you, we told you to drop that protective order that you would have gotten against him to protect, not you, but your children. And in front of the entire church, I, the shepherd shamed and excommunicated you simply for trying to protect your children. And years later, years later when it came out that he had sexually abused your children and was convicted by court, and you know how hard it is to be convicted in California of child abuse? And they sent him to prison? I still maligned you, and I protected your abuser. Oh, Eileen, I am so sorry. I have sinned against you. I’ve sinned against my church; will you forgive me? Or what if he went to Wendy Gray and, Wendy, when you came to me, or when your father came to me when you were just a teenager, and he confessed to my face, that he had sexually molested you, and I kept him on staff another three years and I wrote you that handwritten note telling you to forgive your father? That was wrong, that was a sin against you. And years later, decades later, when that action of mine had devastated your life, and you simply came to me because you wanted support going to the elders of the church, where your father was still pastoring. And at this point, you knew that he was a serial abuser, he was abusing many people because that’s what pedophiles do. Instead of coming with you instead of supporting you, instead of repenting for what I did, I said in an email to you, why has this become such an obsession for you? That devastated you. That was my fault. I am so sorry. Will you forgive me for that? Do I want John MacArthur to receive grace? Do I want him to repent? or would I rather him see his maker and try and make that excuse to him? Honestly? It’s a little bit of a struggle. But I thought about that. Imagine if John MacArthur repented? I mean, really repented? Can you imagine the ripple effect that would have? How many pastors that would affect in this church? Can you imagine what that would do? Unbelievable what would happen if John MacArthur repented. Would I rejoice at that? You bet I’d rejoice at that. That could be the start of revival in this church. That’s what we need to see – is pastors repenting. Julie Roys 53:09 But I tell you what, that is not natural for me. I tell you what’s natural for me. When somebody hurts me, I want them to hurt in the same way that they hurt me. Can I get an amen? That’s human nature, isn’t it? The only reason that I have any grace in my heart is because of Jesus Christ. Because I wouldn’t have it without him. And without him, I would become a monster, I am convinced of it. And that’s why one of many reasons why I need Jesus. But now I’m going to say something a little bit controversial. I’ve also found that I need Christian community. And I know some of you have been so burned by your Christian community, and I don’t blame you for not wanting to darken the doors of the church. Three and a half years ago, we lost a church, or we left the church that I thought we would be in the rest of our lives. I thought it was different. I loved that church dearly. I loved the people in it. But the last straw for us was when they covered up sex abuse. And at that point, we just couldn’t trust the leadership anymore. And for two years, we went from church to church to church to church, and it was unbelievably depressing. And I won’t go into all the reasons it was depressing. I think you all know. But two weeks before everything blew up in my life when this whole controversy hit last year. Two weeks before that a professional colleague invited me to his house church. And here’s what’s kind of ironic, that professional call I happen to be the CEO of Christianity Today. Now, if you know anything about my past, which you may not, I have not had a great relationship with Christianity Today. That CEO, though, has since publicly apologized for some of the stuff that CT did to me under his predecessor. But two weeks before this happened, I was like, Great, yeah, I’ll try anything at this point. So, my husband and I went to the church, the house church. And it was great, we loved it. I was like, this is really super. Between week one and week two, everything in my world blew up, and I had to resign from the conference. And I remember walking into that house church with people I knew two weeks. And I wasn’t really planning on sharing this. But somebody noticed something I had said, and then when we were in small groups, they said something, and I just, and I’m bawling in front of people I don’t even know, hardly. But over the past 18 months, that’s become my Christian community. And I was invited into a women’s cohort. And that became a support for me. And the leader of the women’s cohort said, “Julie, do you have a prayer team? And I said, Well, I used to have a prayer team, but it’s kind of fizzled. And I don’t honestly even have the strength to put one together. And she says, I’ll do it for you. And so, once a month, we have this really sweet prayer time with a small group of people. And they’ve been some of the best times for me, and I honestly shudder to think of where I would be right now, if for the past 18 months, I had done that in isolation. And so, I’m so grateful for Christians in my life, who have been the hands and the feet of Jesus to me and who have loved me. And I don’t know. I can’t speak to your situation. I know some of you feel like you’re in a wasteland. And I know you feel like all the churches in your area are bad. And I don’t, I’m not even going to argue with you. I would just encourage you to not give up, to not give up. And to keep hoping, keep pressing into Jesus keep looking for Christian community. And I don’t know how God will meet that in your life. But I just trust he will because that’s just God’s nature. And I don’t know how long the wasteland will be, but it won’t last forever. Julie Roys 57:40 So, we’re going to close this conference the way we close every single RESTORE conference, and that’s with communion. And Paul Lundquist, who is a local pastor who has been a dear friend of this ministry, and so supportive of what we’re doing is going to come and lead us in communion where we celebrate not just our oneness with Christ, but our oneness together as his body. So, Paul, would you come? Julie Roys 58:05 Well, I hope you’ve been encouraged by what you just heard. And I wish you could have been there to experience communion together with those dear and beautiful souls at the RESTORE conference. 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“Transhumanism is the great merger of humankind with the Machine,” warns Joe Allen, author of “Dark Aeon: Transhumanism and the War Against Humanity.” He joins Dr. Drew and Dr. Kelly Victory to discuss the dangers of intermingling AI with medicine and the global threat to the doctor-patient relationship. Joe Allen has written for Chronicles, The Federalist, Human Events, The National Pulse, Parabola, Salvo, and Protocol: The Journal of the Entertainment Technology Industry. He holds a master's degree from Boston University, where he studied cognitive science and human evolution as they pertain to religion. As an arena rigger, he's toured the world for rock n' roll, country, rap, classical, and cage-fighting productions. He now serves as the transhumanism editor for Bannon's War Room. Follow him at https://x.com/joebotxyz and read his book “Dark Aeon: Transhumanism and the War Against Humanity” at Amazon.com 「 SPONSORED BY 」 Find out more about the companies that make this show possible and get special discounts on amazing products at https://drdrew.com/sponsors • PALEOVALLEY - "Paleovalley has a wide variety of extraordinary products that are both healthful and delicious,” says Dr. Drew. "I am a huge fan of this brand and know you'll love it too!” Get a discount on your first order at https://drdrew.com/paleovalley • GENUCEL - Using a proprietary base formulated by a pharmacist, Genucel has created skincare that can dramatically improve the appearance of facial redness and under-eye puffiness. Genucel uses clinical levels of botanical extracts in their cruelty-free, natural, made-in-the-USA line of products. Get an extra discount with promo code DREW at https://genucel.com/drew • COZY EARTH - Trying to think of the right present for someone special? Susan and Drew love Cozy Earth's sheets & clothing made with super-soft viscose from bamboo! Use code DREW to save up to 40% at https://drdrew.com/cozy • THE WELLNESS COMPANY - Counteract harmful spike proteins with TWC's Signature Series Spike Support Formula containing nattokinase and selenium. Learn more about TWC's supplements at https://twc.health/drew 「 MEDICAL NOTE 」 The CDC states that COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and reduce your risk of severe illness. You should always consult your personal physician before making any decisions about your health. 「 ABOUT THE SHOW 」 Ask Dr. Drew is produced by Kaleb Nation (https://kalebnation.com) and Susan Pinsky (https://twitter.com/firstladyoflove). This show is for entertainment and/or informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. 「 ABOUT DR. DREW 」 Dr. Drew is a board-certified physician with over 35 years of national radio, NYT bestselling books, and countless TV shows bearing his name. He's known for Celebrity Rehab (VH1), Teen Mom OG (MTV), Dr. Drew After Dark (YMH), The Masked Singer (FOX), multiple hit podcasts, and the iconic Loveline radio show. Dr. Drew Pinsky received his undergraduate degree from Amherst College and his M.D. from the University of Southern California, School of Medicine. Read more at https://drdrew.com/about Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Faith Moore is back!This time to chat about her recently released novel, Christmas Karol.Faith Moore is a freelance writer and editor who runs The Story Club. She quit her job as an elementary school teacher back in 2014 so she could have her son, and never looked back. She's now a stay-at-home mom to two wonderful boys whose writing has been published in The American Mind, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Daily News, The Federalist, and more. Her book, Saving Cinderella, has nearly 50 five-star reviews on Amazon. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit helenroy.substack.com
Produced in partnership with Eckard Enterprises - Learn how to build and protect your wealth through an alternative investment in minerals. Also sponsored by PearsonRavitz - helping physicians protect their most valuable assets. In this conversation with Dr. Mark McDonald, the focus is on the changing dynamics of gender roles and the impact of the pandemic on children. Dr. McDonald discusses the decline in traditional masculinity, the challenges faced by men and women in today's society, and the need for action to reverse these trends. About Dr. Mark McDonald: Born and raised in Los Angeles, Dr. Mark McDonald graduated from UC Berkeley before attending medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Trained in both adult and child and adolescent psychiatry at UCLA, he now works primarily with children in private practice in west Los Angeles. Dr. McDonald has lived and worked in Europe, Asia, and Central America. He was the first to diagnose and popularize the phenomenon of mass delusional psychosis, and his opinions on topics such as the pandemic of fear and the need to re- open America's schools have been widely published in local and national news, including the Wall Street Journal and The Federalist. He has been interviewed on platforms ranging from radio shows (Dennis Prager's Ultimate Issues Hour) to mainstream news outlets (Tucker Carlson Tonight). He is co-host of the podcast Informed Dissent and the author of United States of Fear and Freedom From Fear. Links to his writings on Facebook, Twitter, and Substack can be found at the www.dissidentmd.com. Additional links: www.dissidentmd.com https://instagram.com/dissidentmd https://www.facebook.com/markmcdonaldmd https://x.com/MMcDonaldMD https://markmcdonaldmd.substack.com Looking for something specific? Here you go! 00:02:12 Communal living leads to filth. 00:09:29 Mentorship shapes career path. 00:14:07 Move away from relying on pharmaceuticals. 00:19:38. Action is key for change. 00:22:12 Embrace difficult challenges for growth. 00:32:31 Reversing societal changes is challenging. 00:37:09 Embrace traditional masculinity values. 00:39:45. Masculinity and societal redress. 00:45:29. Medical establishment profits from transgender surgeries. 00:54:30 Attack on masculinity destroys femininity. 01:00:18 Transgenderism threatens the extinction of humanity. 01:02:29 Moral clarity is essential. 01:07:40 Objective moral values are essential. 01:13:43 Pandemic of courage is needed. 01:18:29 Newsletter writing is emotionally impactful. Our Advice! Everything in this podcast is for educational purposes only. It does not constitute the practice of medicine and we are not providing medical advice. No Physician-patient relationship is formed and anything discussed in this podcast does not represent the views of our employers. The Fine Print! All opinions expressed by the hosts or guests in this episode are solely their opinion and are not to be used as specific medical advice. The hosts, May and Tim Hindmarsh MD, BS Free MD LLC, or any affiliates thereof are not under any obligation to update or correct any information provided in this episode. The guest's statements and opinions are subject to change without notice. Thanks for joining us! You are the reason we are here. If you have questions, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or find Tim and I on Facebook and IG. Please check out our every growing website as well at bsfreemd.com (no www) GET SOCIAL WITH US! www.withkoji.com/@bsfreemd
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11/21/23 Hour 1 Guest host Mike Opelka covers the latest reports of a hostage deal being struck with Hamas. Mike speaks with John Daniel Davidson, Senior Editor at The Federalist, about why he thinks Elon Musk should sue Media Matters into oblivion. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese. Executive Producer: Corey Inganamort @TheBirdWords See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When the Supreme Court ruled that abortion was a constitutional right in Roe v. Wade in 1973, it not only throttled an important ongoing democratic debate in the country about legalizing abortion, but it tore this country's culture apart. In the next fifty years, dedicated pro-life activists committed themselves to democratic engagement and advocacy to reverse Roe and return the struggle over the right to life to the democratic sphere. That decades-long effort bore fruit last year in the Supreme Court case of Dobbs. But that is far from the end of the story. The abortion issue continues to roil the country, with state legislatures passing dramatically different laws about the issue and voters in state initiative elections, such as in Kansas and Ohio, supporting legalization. With the federal courts officially neutral on abortion, how will the Pro-Life Movement seek to achieve its stated goal of convincing the entire country that life should be protected and respected from conception to natural death? Wesley's guest on this episode of Humanize has some answers. Clarke Forsythe is Senior Counsel at Americans United for Life (AUL) and the author of Abuse of Discretion: The Inside Story of Roe v. Wade (Encounter Books 2013), which was cited by the Supreme Court in its majority opinion in Dobbs. In his 38 years at AUL, Forsythe has been co-counsel for parties in three U.S. Supreme Court cases and has argued before federal and state appellate courts. He has also testified before Congress and state legislatures. Forsythe has authored or co-authored 20+ professional legal articles on constitutional and bioethical issues. His other articles have been published in the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Los Angeles Times, Public Discourse, The Washington Times, The Federalist, The Hill, and many other newspapers and magazines. His first book, Politics for the Greatest Good, which draws on lessons in political prudence from Thomas Aquinas, William Wilberforce, and Abraham Lincoln, was published by InterVarsity Press (IVP) in 2009. His new book, Pushing Roe v. Wade Over the Brink, co-authored with Alexandra DeSanctis, chronicles the 50-year legal struggle to overturn Roe v. Wade, and its implications for future bioethical issues in American law and policy. Forsythe has a B.A. from Allegheny College, a J.D. from Valparaiso University, and an M.A. in Bioethics from Trinity International University, where he has been an Adjunct Professor of Bioethics. Clarke and his wife, Karen, married for 41 years, have five daughters and 11 grandchildren. Pushing Roe v. Wade Over the Brink: The Battle for America's Heart, the Human Right to Life, and a Future Full of Hope Abuse of Discretion – Encounter Books Crucial Priorities for Advocates and Lawmakers After Dobbs – Americans United for Life (aul.org) AUL’s 40 Year Stand Against Chemical Abortion – Americans United for Life When Congress Funds Abortion, It Funds Coercion | National Review
Megyn Kelly is joined by Emily Jashinsky, culture editor for The Federalist, and Eliana Johnson, co-host of the Ink-Stained Wretches podcast, to discuss Media Matters turning their attention to X and Elon Musk, their history of hack advocacy for left-wing causes, advertisers pulling back from X as a result of the pressure campaign, Musk's own posts and whether they are anti-Semitic, the hypocritical mainstream media taking dictation from Media Matters, the offensive statements made by the head of Media Matters in the past, President Joe Biden turning 81 today and whether he can last through another term, new terrible polls showing disapproval of Biden's presidency, why Donald Trump is suddenly the 2024 general election frontrunner now, whether Nikki Haley can win New Hampshire and if Gov. Ron DeSantis has a chance in Iowa, what might happen at the next GOP debate, Trump not getting booted from state ballots, President Joe Biden mixing up Taylor Swift, Beyonce, and Britney Spears in a failed joke attempt during the turkey pardoning today, Donna Brazile mispronouncing Vivek Ramaswamy's name and saying he needs to “go home,” the cries of racism when Kamala Harris' name was mispronounced by some on the right, the latest chapter in the Candace Owens vs. Ben Shapiro saga, Megyn calling out a store clerk demanding an email address instead of just printing a receipt, and more.Jashinsky: https://thefederalist.com/author/emilyjashinsky/Johnson: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ink-stained-wretches/id1573974244 Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Caroline Woods, a communications consultant and founder of Woods Strategies joins Rod to discuss her piece in The Federalist giving tips about how to keep the “woke mind virus” away from your children. Plus, Dr. Currie Myers, a criminologist and law enforcement veteran, joins the program for a conversation about his piece on how we are living in a time of significant criminal social contagions. See below for a full rundown of today's program.Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Thursday, November 16, 20234:20 pm: Dr. Currie Myers, a criminologist and law enforcement veteran, joins the program for a conversation about his piece on how we are living in a time of significant criminal social contagions.4:38 pm: William Jacobson, a Professor at Cornell Law School and Founder of CriticalRace.org, joins the show to discuss a recent study that shows six of the top ten business schools in the country require students to take CRT/DEI-related training.5:05 pm: Caroline Woods, a communications consultant and founder of Woods Strategies joins Rod to discuss her piece in The Federalist giving tips about how to keep the “woke mind virus” away from your children.6:05 pm: Lincoln Brown, a contributor to PJ Media, joins the show to discuss his piece about a mob in Detroit that attacked firefighters trying to rescue victims of a car accident.6:20 pm: Derek Miller, President of the Salt Lake Chamber joins the show to discuss his op-ed piece in the Salt Lake Tribune in which he says Utah's business community needs elected officials committed to addressing homelessness.6:38 pm: Utah State Treasurer Marlo Oaks joins the program to discuss a plan by the Securities and Exchange Commission to buy land and take it out of productive use.
In recent years, the U.S. Supreme Court has emphasized the federalist nature of our national Constitution and the importance of preserving state sovereignty. This trend is evident in several of the Court's decisions – Dobbs most notable among them – that have recognized and reinforced the authority of individual states in matters of health, safety, and morals. As a result of this return to federalism, some of the nation’s most interesting and groundbreaking legal work is being done at the state level. In particular, state constitutional and statutory provisions that used to be subsumed by federal law or judicial precedent – restrictions on abortion, requirements for post-conviction review, grants for religious schooling, and so on – now matter in their own right. On this panel, several state supreme court justices will discuss what the ascendance of federalism means for their states and state courts, as well as how this shift will impact the teaching and practice of law across the nation.Featuring:Hon. Rebecca Bradley, Wisconsin Supreme CourtHon. David N. Wecht, Pennsylvania Supreme CourtHon. Evan A. Young, Supreme Court of TexasModerator: Hon. Carlos T. Bea, United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Grace welcomes Ben Weingarten of The Federalist to the show to discuss the current state of the union, which caters to foreign dictatorships and terrorist organizations over American families. Plus, what on earth occurred in the United States Senate yesterday? Congress is acting like children!
In the last uncontested election in US history, President James Monroe presides over the “Era of Good Feelings.” With the nearly extinct Federalist party on the ropes, in order to win a second term, Monroe fights through a devastating economic depression, a moral crisis over the issue of slavery and a deeply divided Republican party. *** To listen to the entire series—all 59 episodes—right now and ad-free, become a subscriber at IntoHistory.com, a channel of history podcasts made just for history lovers like you. Enjoy ad-free listening, early releases, bonus content and more, only available at IntoHistory.com.
On today's can't miss episode of Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec, Poso brings you the news on the socialist coup in Spain, that the main stream refuses to cover. Poso engages in insightful conversations with distinguished guests Rocio de Meer from the Spanish Congress of Deputies, Vox party and Evita Duffy of the Federalist. In this episode, Human Events explores the intricate details of the Socialist Coup in Spain, unraveling the threads of Spanish Christianity, Nationalism, and the dynamic uprising gripping every major Spanish city. With a keen focus on the intersection of politics and culture, Posobiec and his guests provide a nuanced analysis, offering a comprehensive understanding of the evolving events that shape the contemporary landscape of Spain in November of 2023, using the lessons of the Spanish Civil War as a guide. Tune in for a thought-provoking exploration into the heart of Spanish socio-political dynamics on today's must see episode of Human Events Daily!Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiecSave up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to https://www.MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSO Go to https://www.BlackoutCoffee.com/POSO and use promo code POSO20 for 20% OFF your first order.Detox from your phone today with SLNT. Go to https://SLNT.COM/POSO. Use promocode POSO to save 15% plus free shipping on qualifying orders.Get $200 off a 3-month supply kit from ‘My Patriot Supply' when you go to https://www.preparewithposo.com. Support the show
Steve talks about an event that took place over the weekend at the Reagan Library that would make the former president roll over in his grave. Then, the team reacts to some counterintuitive analysis about the GOP primary from a well-known economist. In Hour Two, Steve spends an entire hour reacting to a new piece from David Harsanyi at the Federalist on populism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Megyn Kelly begins the show by announcing she'll be one of the moderators of the next GOP debate on December 6, on SiriusXM and NewsNation.Then Megyn is joined by The Daily Wire's Michael Knowles, The Federalist's Emily Jashinsky, The Fifth Column's Michael Moynihan, and National Review's Charles C.W. Cooke to talk about the third GOP debate on NBC, and discuss Vivek Ramaswamy immediately attacking the NBC debate moderators, his criticism of the RNC, the pros and cons of attacking the media, Nikki Haley calling Vivek "scum" after he critiqued her daughter's use of TikTok, Haley's response to the "three-inch heels" insult, whether Vivek should have joked about DeSantis' heels, DeSantis' above average but non-viral night, Nikki Haley's excellent answer on the abortion question, her honesty and rationality on the topic, the straw man arguments about abortion in our political conversations, whether Vivek actually called Zelensky a "nazi," the substance of his Ukraine answer, whether he's "too online" for the electorate, Vivek's suggestion that we build a wall along the U.S.-Canada border, whether we should be allowing Canadian refugees into America, Israel and Iran answers, tough talk from the candidates about shooting and bombing people, Trump's recent Iran story, and more. And at the end, Knowles explains his new cigar line and love of cigars.Jashinsky: https://thefederalist.com/author/emilyjashinsky/Moynihan: https://wethefifth.substack.comCooke: https://charlescwcooke.comKnowles: https://www.michaeljknowles.com Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
Republicans need a better election strategy. Join Federalist Editor-in-Chief Mollie Hemingway and Senior Editor David Harsanyi as they discuss the 2023 election results, analyze Democrats' deceptive abortion messaging, explain why the government censored Mollie and The Federalist during the 2020 election, give an update on the antisemitic demonstrations sweeping the nation. They also share their movie and TV picks for the week.Please visit our great sponsors:After Deathhttps://angel.com/thefederalistSee a never-before-seen glimpse into what the next life could entail in After Death in theaters now. Rated PG-13Goldcohttps://goldco.com/federalistVisit goldco.com/federalist today to get your free 2023 Gold IRA Kit. HumanN Super Beetshttps://getsuperbeets.comUse promo code SARA for a free 30-day supply of Superbeets Heart Chews and 15% off your first order.
Join us on Human Rights Events Daily as guest host Evita Duffy from the Federalist delves into pressing issues facing society. In this episode, we explore the war on independent journalism and the targeted incarceration of Owen Shroyer, featuring insightful commentary from special guest Savanah Hernandez. Additionally, we shed light on the concerning rise of eco-fascism, offering a comprehensive perspective on the complex challenges facing human rights and the media landscape on today's can't miss episode of Human Events Daily.Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiecSave up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to https://www.MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSOSupport the show
People in Paris are going around marking Jewish businesses and houses. We cannot miss the signs that are right in front of our eyes. Egypt came out and said the country is willing to sacrifice millions of lives to protect its own border. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) joins to discuss how our government cannot send blank checks to Israel without oversight even though we are allies. Glenn reviews the questionable background of the new ambassador to Israel, Jack Lew. As one "Republican" stands in the way of school choice for Texas, Glenn explains why school choice is critical for education progress. The Federalist columnist Eddie Scarry joins to discuss the media's constant excuse-making for President Biden. Glenn discusses the latest footage calling for the eradication of Israel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices