Wednesday, April 30, 2008

400-408John Eastman, Dean of the Chapman University School of Law (, on the impact the recent Voter ID ruling will have on upcoming primaries.
413-423Jack Hibbs, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills (, will be leading a time of prayer at noon tomorrow at the Chino City Hall.
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428-437Jay Richards, with the Acton Institute (, holds a duel Ph.D. in philosophy and theology from Princeton, runs the Planet Gore Blog at NRO, on both intelligent design and global warming.  Jay is the co-author of The Privileged Planet: The Search for Purpose in the Universe, that is now both a book and a DVD series.
443-452Dinesh D'Souza (, former White House Policy analyst now at the Hoover Institute at Stanford and author of What's So Great About Christianity, talks about Obama's press conference yesterday.
458-508Erwin McManus, pastor of the "experimental not emergent" church Mosaic ( with locations in Beverly Hills, Pasadena, West LA, Downtown, and Chino, and author of Soul Cravings, is a leader within the Emergent Church movement, and controversial for such statements as "The greatest enemy of the movement of Jesus Christ is Christianity," and "My goal is to destroy Christianity as a world religion and be a re-catalyst for the movement of Jesus Christ," and "Some people are upset with me because it sounds like I'm anti-Christian.  I think they might be right."  Erwin gives us an update on Mosaic and tells us what he sees as the biggest threats to the church.
512-523What can we do to improve race relations in this country, in terms of policy?  If you were king or queen for a day, what one or two things would you do to improve racial tensions in America?
528-539(Wayne suggested the federal government acknowledge the past sins of slavery, as the first step to healing.)
544-554(Dave said encouraging more interaction is helpful, though it cannot be forced such as in affirmative action, busing, and quotas.)
558-608(Debbie said to expose children to multiculturalism.  And, she said law enforcement as the most visible form of government, must not be racist.  She mentioned the stereotypical "black guys pulled over in a white neighborhood" story.)
612-623(Keith said to have more segments like this.  And, the key is education, we've got to improve bad schools, maybe through the introduction of more competition via charter schools or vouchers.)
628-639(Chandler said if we spent more per student we could turn bad schools into good schools.  If we spent in Compton, what we're spending in Beverly Hills, we'd see similar results.  So, raise taxes to improve inner city schools.)
644-655(Marty suggested mandatory military service.)
• NRO Editors, The Hopeless Pastor.
• James Taranto, Yeah, Wright.