400-408 – Tom Krannawitter, Professor of Politics at Colorado Christian University, Director of the Defenders of the Constitution Program within the larger Leadership Program of the Rockies (leadershipprogram.org) in Denver, and author of Vindicating Lincoln: Defending the Politics of Our Greatest President. Tom earned his Ph.D. in Political Science at Claremont Graduate University, and is a Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute (claremont.org), and he's taught at both Claremont McKenna College and Azusa Pacific University.
• Fox News (01/13/2012) Judge rejects GOP candidates' request to be added to Virginia ballot.
// The decision means -- for now, anyway -- that Perry, Rick Santorum, Jon Huntsman and Newt Gingrich will be left off the March 6 ballot after failing to meet a state requirement to collect 10,000 signatures in support of their respective campaigns.
The judge said the campaigns had from July to mid-December to obtain the signatures, and could have challenged the requirement during that period. "The plaintiffs knew the rules months ago," he said. //
413-423 – Tom Krannawitter. How did we get here from there (the Founding)?
428-438 – Tom Krannawitter. FDR and the Administrative State.
443-452 – Tom Krannawitter. What's at stake in the 2012 election? Tom recommends the following book to understand what's at stake:
• Henry Hazlitt, Economics in One Lesson: The Shortest and Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics (Amazon).
458-508 – Clayton Kershaw, the ace of the Dodgers pitching staff who, after achieving the pitching triple crown of leading the league in wins, strikeouts, and ERA, won the National League Cy Young Award. But, off the field he's a star too. He and his wife Ellen, both just 24, have been together since they were 14, and were married just 13 months ago, and they are strong Christians involved with a ministry called Arise Africa, which builds Christian Children's Homes in Zambia (ariseafrica.org). For every strikeout last year, Clayton pledged to donate $100 to Arise Africa, he ended up donating $24,800. Amateur players across the country joined in too, donating $1 per strikeout in what Clayton called kershawschallenge.com. Their book just came out, and it's entitled Arise: Live Out Your Faith And Dreams On Whatever Field You Find Yourself (Amazon).
• Clayton and Ellen will be speaking this Sunday night (01/15) at 630pm at Calvary Chapel South Bay, and there'll be a book signing afterwards.
508 – Don't miss our upcoming Financial Strategies Summit, Saturday, January 28th from 900am-12pm, at the Crowne Plaza in Garden Grove. It's free, but seating is limited, so pre-register now at kkla.com.
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512-523 – Clayton & Ellen Kershaw
• They got pulled over for talking on a cell phone while driving!
528-539 – • Producer Pat needs to rent a room in the Glendale, Pasadena, Burbank area before February 1st. If you hear of something, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org., or call him at 818 281 3966.
544-554 – • Peggy Noonan (WSJ, 01/13/2012) The Battle for South Carolina: Romney needs to rebut the Bain attacks, quickly and substantively.
Newt's a battering ram who'll wind up in splinters, but he can do plenty of damage along the way. The candidate people immediately speak of here when talk turns to the GOP primary is a man named Romneybut. "I like Romney but I could change my mind." "I like Romney but I like Santorum too."
// People don't embrace Mr. Romney, they circle back to him. They consider him, shop around for something better, decide the first product they looked at will last longest and give value, and buy.
// Those who run the Romney campaign would be fools not to answer it, quickly and substantively, not only with a defense of free enterprise but with a defense of Bain. Are claims in the ad not true? Say it. Is there a case that more jobs were created by Bain than lost? Make it—with workers in front of workplaces that now exist because Bain existed.
A full-throated, detailed defense of Bain that is also a defense of economic freedom and free markets might not only benefit Mr. Romney. It just might help valorize, or rather revalorize, the reputation of capitalism, which has taken a beating the past few years and not recovered. That, actually, might be a public service.
The Obama campaign wanted to launch its Bain attack in the fall. Mr. Romney can face the attack now, head on, and begin not inoculating himself from the issue but exhausting it.
558-608 – Frank Turek, founder of crossexamined.org, and author of Correct, Not Politically Correct: How Same-Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone, and I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist.
612-623 – Frank Turek
623 – Don't miss our upcoming Financial Strategies Summit, Saturday, January 28th from 900am-12pm, at the Crowne Plaza in Garden Grove. It's free, but seating is limited, so pre-register now by clicking on the banner at the top of our homepage at kkla.com.
628-639 – Frank Turek.
• Blaze (01/12/2012) FED JUDGE SIDES WITH TEEN ATHEIST & ORDERS PUBLIC SCHOOL TO REMOVE PRAYER MURAL.
• (8/17/2011) YouTube: Fighting Religion In Public Schools, Jessica Ahlquist. Video of her speaking at the Secular Student Alliance in 2011.
1. (:18) We called ourselves Christian, but we never went to church, it was all about being a good person.
2. (1:02) God didn't save my mommy when I was 10, so I became an atheist.
3. (:23) Hitler was a catholic. Religion is the problem.
4. (:58) Went to the meeting. Two Christians, Christopher Young and Kara Russo, were "awful."
4b. (:24) They want to push God in the government as far as they can.
628-639 – Frank Turek.
5. (:53) People gasped at "atheist," but I embraced be called a "witch."
6. (:19) They were so passionate about breaking the law. These people hated me.
7. (1:38) Backlash at school, shouted "Under God!" at me during the Pledge.
8. (1:08) Mayor Fung talks about diversity and says the Prayer should stay.
644-654 – Frank Turek.