Tuesday, June 8, 2010

• Tomorrow night (Wednesday June 9th) around 8pm, I'll be down with my buddy Dennis Agajanian at the El Segundo Athletic Field for a community event put on by Pacific Baptist Church ( The park is located near the corner of Sepulveda and Mariposa.  Come on out and say hi!

• Today starts the Focus on the Family Father's Day Contest, and it will run from now till June 17th.  Enter by going to and share your favorite memory of dad.  Four winners each day will get an autographed copy of my book Shattered, and the Grand Prize winner (and three family members) will be flown to Colorado Springs for a tour and lunch at Focus and then I'll be your personal play by play announcer at the Rockies game on August 27th.  Go to and enter today!

400-408Grant Horner, one of the most-popular professors up at the Master's College (, and world-class mountaineer, whose new book comes out June 30th entitled Meaning at the Movies: Becoming a Discerning Viewer.  Today we talk about his recent climbs and his students at the Trinity Classical Academy

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428-437 David Bixby, Executive Vice President at Azusa Pacific University (, is heading up the Treasures of the Bible: Dead Sea Scrolls & Beyond Tour out at APU, open from now until July 18th.  Go see some never-before displayed artifacts including:  a 5,000 year old cuneiform tablet, five not-yet-translated DSS fragments from the time of Christ, a Greek gospel codex from the 11th century, a Gutenberg Bible leaf from 1455, 4 original King James Bibles from 1611, an Elliot Bible from 1663 in the Algonquin Indian Language, a Lunar Bible from the 1970 Apollo 13 mission, a first-edition Justification by Faith by John Bunyan, and a bunch of copies of his Pilgrims Progress, and a bunch of hand-written notes by C.S. Lewis.  General admission is $18.00, $12.00 for groups of 15 or more, and kids under 12 are $5.00. For more information, go to

• The first 20 callers to (626) 815-5494 will get a pair of tickets to the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit.

443-452Frank Turek, founder of, and author of Correct, Not Politically Correct: How Same-Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone and I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist, talks about the need for Christian young people to get inoculated with apologetics.

458-508 Frank Turek.  We take your apologetics questions.

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555 – [2:00] "The Money Guys" – Robert Micone and Bill O'Connor from Applied Financial Planning at 866-SEEK-COUNSEL, that's 866-733-5268 (

558-608 Wesley J. Smith, bioethicist, senior fellow at the Discovery Institute, attorney for the International Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, and blogger at Second Hand Smoke over at First Things (   His latest just came out and it's entitled A Rat is a Pig is a Dog is a Boy: The Human Cost of Animal Rights.

• First Things (6/7/10) Peter Singer: Is Human Extinction an Acceptable Way to Avoid Suffering?

• First Things (6/7/10) Pediatricians Org. Backs Off "Ritual Nick" Appeasement of Female Genital Mutilation.

• Weekly Standard (5/10/10) Ecocide: a Crime Against Peace?: Just when you thought the environmental ­movement couldn't get worse.

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• Washington Times (6/4/2010) EDITORIAL: FTC floats Drudge tax:  Journalism can reinvent itself without government 'help'.

• Bradley A. Smith, NRO (6/1/2010) Disclosed Partisanship.  Bradley A. Smith is the Blackmore/Nault Designated Professor of Law at Capital University Law School, chairman of the Center for Competitive Politics, and former chairman of the Federal Election Commission. This article originally appeared in the June 7, 2010, issue of National Review.

• White House Statement (4/29/2010) Statement by the President on the DISCLOSE Act.  [The DISCLOSE Act (Democracy Is Strengthened by Casting Light On Spending in Elections) Website is].

"I welcome the introduction of this strong bi-partisan legislation to control the flood of special interest money into America's elections. Powerful special interests and their lobbyists should not be able to drown out the voices of the American people. Yet they work ceaselessly toward that goal: they claim the protection of the Constitution in extending this power, and they exploit every loophole in the law to escape limits on their activities. The legislation introduced today would establish the toughest-ever disclosure requirements for election-related spending by big oil corporations, Wall Street and other special interests, so the American people can follow the money and see clearly which special interests are funding political campaign activity and trying to buy representation in our government. I have long believed that sunlight is the best disinfectant, and this legislation will shine an unprecedented light on corporate spending in political campaigns. This bill will also prohibit foreign entities from manipulating the outcomes of American elections and help close other special interest loopholes. I hope that Congress will give this legislation the swift consideration it deserves, which is especially urgent now in the aftermath of the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision. Passing the legislation is a critical step in restoring our government to its rightful owners: the American people."

• Fox News (6/8/2010) Reuters Admits Cropping Photos of Ship Clash, Denies Political Motive.