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Sick and Wrong is your hearing aid into the dark, depraved, and dripping abscess that is contemporary existence. An enchanting mélange of social criticism, pointed observation, and well-deserved derision; Sick and Wrong is the Pepto-Bismol for society’s indigestion. In their critically acclaimed weekly podcast, award-winning broadcasters Dee Simon and Kate Rambo discuss the most vile, disquieting, and oddly amusing news items for your listening pleasure.
 
Every week, The Van Maren Show will try to get a handle on what is really going on in our culture today. It can be difficult to find news sources and storytellers that accurately reflect a Christian, socially conservative, pro-life, pro-family worldview. Join me on Wednesdays as we head to the front lines of the culture war. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Forum finds the most interesting stories about where we live, who we are, and charts where our region and world are headed. Hosts Mina Kim and Alexis Madrigal invite communities in the Bay Area and California to engage in meaningful conversation in a two-hour live show that informs and challenges listeners with big ideas and different viewpoints.
 
Experience behind-the-scenes stories and interviews relating to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Join Sarah Jane Weaver as she interviews Church leaders, members who are making a difference and writers from the Church News team.
 
Join intellectual phenomenon Dr. Jordan Peterson and his daughter Mikhaila for enlightening discourse that will change the way you think. This podcast breaks down the dichotomy of life through interviews and lectures that explain how individuals and culture are shaped by values, music, religion, and beyond. It will give you a new perspective and a modern understanding of your creativity, competence, and personality.
 
Good News Church adheres to historical Christianity and agrees with ancient confessions such as the Apostle's Creed. We believe that the Bible is primarily about the "good news" that even though we are sinners, Jesus Christ came to live the perfect life that we could never live, and then die the death that we all deserve, so that by believing in his life, death, and resurrection we could be in a right relationship with God. That also explains why we chose the name.
 
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From prisons to protests, immigration to the environment, Peabody Award-winning Reveal goes deep into the pressing issues of our times. The Atlantic says “the experience of each episode is akin to a spoonful of sugar, even when it’s telling a story about Richard Spencer’s cotton farms or a man’s final days as a heroin addict.” Reveal is a project of The Center for Investigative Reporting and is co-produced with PRX. The show is hosted by Al Letson and partners with reporters and newsrooms ar ...
 
Good News Church is located in the growing suburb of Yukon which borders the west side of Oklahoma City. Good News Church is an interdenominational church welcoming people from a cross section of denominational backgrounds. Our focus can be summarized with the statement: God-exalted, Christ-centered and Spirit-filled. We offer ministries for all ages to help people to grow in their Christian life.
 
WallBuilders Live! with David Barton and Rick Green is a daily journey into the past to capture the ideas of the Founding Fathers of America and then apply them to the major issues of today. Featured guests will include Congressmen, Senators, and other elected officials, as well as experts, activists, authors, and commentators on a variety of issues facing America.
 
Good News Baptist Church is a local church in Chesapeake, Virginia. We desire to share challenging preaching and teaching that is both Biblical and practical. All the messages you hear were first shared from the pulpit at Good News. For more information about the ministry of Good News Baptist Church, visit goodnewsbaptist.org.
 
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In March 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic intensified across the globe, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints turned their thoughts to full-time missionaries facing increasing health risks and nations about to close borders. They began returning missionaries to their home nations and reimagining the work. This episode of the C…
 
Billey Joe Johnson Jr. was a high school football star headed for the big time. Then, early one morning in 2008, the Black teenager died during a traffic stop with a White deputy. His family’s been searching for answers ever since. Ten years ago, Reveal host Al Letson traveled to Lucedale, Mississippi, to report on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. …
 
Missed the show? No worries! We've got you covered with the ON Point podcast. ON this episode, Alex starts off speaking with Kathryn Marshall, a lawyer who specializes in litigation of sexual harassment with Milburn & Assoc. They discuss the ongoing problems with the Canadian Military and sexual misconduct. Alex and Kathryn talk about why the milit…
 
Authors Joanna Ho and Lisa Moore Ramée want young readers of all backgrounds to see themselves in stories. In her debut children’s book “Eyes that Kiss in the Corners,” Ho tells the story of a child’s love of her Asian eyes. In her new picture book, “Playing at the Border: A Story of Yo-Yo Ma,” Ho highlights world-famous cellist, immigration and th…
 
This is an encore presentation of Forum: The story of reggaeton music is layered and complex, and, according to reggaeton pioneer Ivy Queen, “the real story of reggaeton is about la resistencia. Resistance.” Queen is also the narrator of the new podcast “Loud” by Spotify and Futuro Studios, which gives reggaeton the documentary treatment and explor…
 
In the United Kingdom, Conservative Party Member of Parliament David Amess was stabbed to death on Friday in his constituency of Leigh-on-Sea, England. The 69-year-old father of five had served in Parliament since 1983 and was known politically as a social conservative and prominent campaigner against abortion. Also, in the last chaotic days of US …
 
Several blasts at Shi'a mosque where worshippers were attending Friday prayers. Eyewitnesses said three attackers detonated bombs inside the crowded building. Also, funerals held in Lebanon for victims of Thursday's street violence in Beirut, and why the world's only state-appointed wizard has been told his services are no longer required.…
 
Many North American cities are locked in a damaging cycle, whereby new suburban expansion is needed to subsidize the infrastructure costs of old development. The pattern has left many municipalities teetering on the brink of insolvency, and led to the decimation of once vibrant streetscapes to make way for unsightly, car-friendly strip malls. What …
 
Missed the Show? No worries, we've got you covered with the ON Point podcast. ON this episode, Alex starts off talking with Joseph Neuberger, a criminal justice attorney with Neuberger & Partners LLP. They talk about the Supreme Court reversing its previous ruling for a man who was found not guilty of 2nd-degree murder. They talk about why the appe…
 
Zechariah was a blameless priest whose prayer for a son was answered while he was serving in the temple. Zechariah's blameless life, and his son who will have the spirit and power of Elijah, are fulfillments of the Lord's commands and promises in Malachi 4:4-6: the last three verses of the Old Testament. For Google Maps directions from your locatio…
 
In his new book “Major Labels,” journalist and music critic Kelefa Sanneh takes on the history of popular music through seven genres that have defined it: rock, R&B, country, punk, hip-hop, dance and pop. The book not only highlights key artists and events in music’s evolution over the last 50 years, but reveals how music is a tool to build and mol…
 
“I am freedom,” says Rahsaan Thomas in a recorded phone call from San Quentin State Prison, featured in a new performance by Flyaway Productions and Museum of the African Diaspora. "Meet Us Quickly with Your Mercy" combines first-person recordings with music and aerial choreography— with the goal of conveying the solidarity of Black and Jewish acti…
 
Every eight years, the state goes through a process to determine how much and what kind of housing should be built in every California city. The allotment, known as the Regional Housing Needs Assessment, is up for renewal this year and has called for cities to plan for more housing than in the past. Historically, most cities don’t build the housing…
 
Gunfire erupted on the streets of Beirut on Thursday, killing six people. The violence erupted when armed supporters of Shiite militant and political groups, Hezbollah and Amal, marched through a Christian neighborhood in protests against the judge presiding over the August blast investigation. And police say a bow-and-arrow attack in Norway Wednes…
 
Summary by Peyton Smith Hour 1, segment 1: (AUDIO) The Canadian Anti Hate Network is first on today's agenda. Their hypocrisy through destroying people's lives in order to save lives is about as blatant as it gets. The king of hypocrisy, Justin Trudeau, has thrown the self righteous group for a loop. He has really ruffled their feathers, and now th…
 
Shooting occurred during a march against the judge investigating last year's huge blast in city's harbour. It is believed that Shia and Christian militias exchanged fire during demonstration. Also, at least 46 people dead after a fire in a Taiwanese tower-block, and Norwegian officials say lethal bow-and-arrow attack appears to have been an act of …
 
The Church and Education, Government Mandates, And More - On Foundations Of Freedom:What is the solution to any failed system?How has the Church affected education in America, and should it continue to do so? Does Wallbuilders have any curriculum for homeschoolers? Are exemptions just bandaids? Why is it unconstitutional to have certain mandates? T…
 
The Canadian government thought it was an agreement on a minor part of the settlement the church owed for its part in residential schools. The church managed to convince a court that the government had agreed to waive the entire remaining amount — potentially more than $20 million. How did a legal loophole allow the church to avoid payment, and ...…
 
This is Pastor Tom Arnould welcoming you to the Good News Radio Broadcast. On today's program, I will be sharing a message about the importance of staying spiritually refreshed. Instead of being drained, God has a plan for us to live refreshed and renewed. Acts 3:20 promises us times of refreshing that are coming from the presence of the Lord. Join…
 
Sonny welcomes back one of his favorite guests! Leigh Oxley DuPreez. Director of the South Africa Family Relief Project. She updates us on her progress and why we need to support this worthy humanitarian cause. Support the South Africa Family Relief Project Want to support the SA FRP? Link 1 HOMELESS TO SELF SUFFICIENT 2 – GOAL R100 000 Link 2 Food…
 
Alex Pierson speaks with Cari Gangaram, a fitness instructor and a mother of a student at Waterdown District High School. The high changed the dress code policy, but only for women...and shortly after there were multiple instances of sexual harassment. Alex and Cari discuss why the high school would do this when they did, how the students feel abou…
 
Missed the Show? No worries, we've got you covered with the ON Point podcast. ON this episode, Alex starts off talking with Lorne Honickman, Legal Expert for Global News Radio, and Defamation Law expert & Partner with Brauti Thorning LLP. They discuss the Supreme Court of Canada weighing in if the legal defence of "extreme intoxication akin to auto…
 
It's that time of the week where we take a look past the veil into the stories that don't get the attention they deserve in Ottawa. Alex Pierson checks in with Managing Editor of Blacklock's Reporter Tom Korski. They start off discussing why Canada Post will allow unvaccinated employees continue to work and take daily free COVID tests. Next, they t…
 
Peter Stanford returns to the podcast this week to talk about his new book, If These Stones Could Talk: The history of Christianity in Britain and Ireland through Twenty Buildings (Hodder & Stoughton).It’s available to buy from the Church Times Bookshop for the special price of £16.A press release from Hodder says of the book: “In exploring the sto…
 
The Biden administration announced on Wednesday that it will lift travel restrictions at Canadian and Mexican borders to tourists, shoppers and casual visitors who can show proof of vaccination. This will boost business on the Mexican side of the border, as people are free again to drive into Mexico from the US. And, the European Union pledged 1 bi…
 
Despite more and more Americans having stuff delivered during the pandemic, the USPS is in deep financial trouble. In order to save money, the USPS has made a few operational changes. One of the big ones: The U.S. Postal Service began slowing down delivery of some letters and packages starting Oct. 1. But economists say that’s a vicious cycle -- if…
 
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