Wednesday, April 9, 2008

(:30) Lhadon Tephong, executive director of Students for a Free Tibet tells Fox news why they are in San Francisco protesting.
(:32) Tephong continues and tells Fox that her organization is committed to non-violent protest.
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458-508Joe Dallas, (, pastoral counselor and founder of Genesis Counseling, a ministry to those trapped in sexual addiction and homosexuality, and author of The Gay Gospel: How Pro-Gay Advocates Misread the Bible, on how far the gay-agenda will advance under a liberal president and a liberal congress.  Joe is hosting an event Saturday April 26 from 9am-2pm at Newport Mesa Church in Costa Mesa on homosexuality, go to the website for info or call Genesis Counseling at (714) 508-6053.
512-523Joe Dallas,
528-539John Hellriegel, founder of (, an award-winning apologetics program for Christian teenagers.  In 2007, the program was awarded an Exemplary Award from the Association of Christian Schools International.  John is a graduate of the Biola MA program in Apologetics.
544-554Ron Prentice, executive director of the California Family Council (, and member of the steering committee for, with an update on their petition.
558-608Sally Pipes, president of the Pacific Research Institute (, shares why universal health care is a bad idea.
612-623Andrea Moore-Emmett, author of God's Brothel:  The Extortion of Sex for Salvation in Contemporary Mormon and Christian Fundamentalist Polygamy and the Stories of 18 Women Who Escaped Polygamy, grew up in Utah in the Mormon church.  Andrea is an award-winning journalist and was the researcher for the documentary Inside Polygamy that aired on A&E.
628-639Andrea Moore-Emmett.
• Lanny J. Davis, Obama's Minister Problem.  Mr. Davis, a Washington, D.C. attorney, is former special counsel to President Clinton.
(:49) Randy Pausch, professor at Carnegie Mellon gives part of his "last lecture" on fulfilling your childhood dreams to a packed auditorium after being diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer.  If you had 6 months to live, how would you spend it?  What is your childhood dream you would like to fulfill?