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Monday, March 30, 2009

400-408David Barton, founder and president of Wallbuilders (wallbuilders.com), on the myths surrounding "the separation of church and state," and some key Supreme Court decisions.  BTW, we need to stop the nomination of Justice Hamilton from Indiana to the 7th Circuit.
413-423David Barton
428-437Why "the intersection of faith and reason?"
443-452Kim Tarlton & Chip Herd, the producer and director of the Passion Play at Shepherd of the Hills in Porter Ranch.  To order tickets, call (818) 831-7880 or online at sheptix.com.
458-508Philip Jenkins, Professor of History and Religious Studies at Penn State University (psu.edu), talks about his latest book The Lost History Of Christianity.  Did you know Christianity was in Sri Lanka before Ireland?  That a Chinese monk visited Western Europe and was surprised to find Christians like himself?
512-523Philip Jenkins
528-538Bert Boeckmann, owner and president of Galpin Motors (galpin.com), family-owned and operated for the past 59 years, and the #1 volume Ford dealer in the world for the past 19 consecutive years. 
544-554Bert Boeckmann
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628-638Jerry Bowyer, nationally-syndicated columnist, CNBC contributor (jerrybowyer.com), and chief economist for the Benchmark Financial Network (benchmarkfinancialnetwork.com), on the status of the American automobile industry.
644-652Jerry Bowyer
• Doug Bandow (3/30/09) When Workers Say No: Labor organizers think too many workers are turning away from unions.  Doug Bandow is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, a former special assistant to Pres. Ronald Reagan, a fellow at the Institute for Policy Innovation, and the author of Leviathan Unchained: Washington's Bipartisan Big Government Consensus (forthcoming, Xulon Press).
• Kathleen Parker (3/29/09) A Biblical Political Move.
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