Chad Wolf, Ken Blackwell, Larry Taunton, Teryn Clarke, James Lankford
July 28, 2020 - complete program
Today's show features:
- Chad Wolf, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security, on the federal response to the riots in Portland and other cities, and on protestors showing up outside his home.
- Ken Blackwell, FRC's Senior Fellow for Human Rights and Constitutional Governance, on the far Left agenda of the Black Lives Matter organization.
- Larry Alex Taunton, Executive Director of the Fixed Point Foundation, freelance columnist, and author of "The Grace Effect," on Twitter refusing to promote his article linking Marxism to riots.
- Dr. Teryn Clarke, one of the doctors who participated in Monday's Tea Party Patriots news conference, on the Facebook, Google/YouTube, and Twitter censorship of the viral video.
- James Lankford, U.S. Senator from Oklahoma, on the latest coronavirus relief bill, including the possibility of liability protection for nonprofits and the prospects of raising the charitable deductions cap.
- Learn more about the upcoming Stand Courageous Live Stream on August 15
- Take a look at FRC's list of resources on COVID-19 and the church.
- Check out FRC Action's party platform comparison.
- Review and share the Trump administration accomplishments on life, family, and religious freedom.
- Explore FRC's Biblical Worldview Series featuring publications on life, religious liberty, and political engagement.
- Get the all-new rebuilt STAND FIRM app! On your mobile browser, visit frc.org/app.
Family Research Council · Sec. Chad Wolf insists that peaceful protestors don't commit violent crimes
Family Research Council · Ken Blackwell urges people not to be deceived about the real & radical agenda of Black Lives Matters
Family Research Council · Larry Alex Taunton believes Marxists are paralyzing America with guilt so they can dismantle it
Family Research Council · Dr. Teryn Clarke worries that a political agenda is covering up the truth about the coronavirus
Family Research Council · Sen. James Lankford shares the latest on Congress's next round of coronavirus relief