400-408 – Dr. John West, senior fellow at the Discovery Institute (discovery.org) on their new DVD entitled Darwin's Heretic: How the Co-Founder of Evolution Embraced Intelligent Design (darwinsheretic.com) about Alfred Russel Wallace who is credited along with Charles Darwin for developing the theory of natural selection – but few people know he embraced intelligent design (alfredwallace.org). Tomorrow the 21-minute documentary premiers online for free!
413-423 – Dr. John West
428-438 – Dr. John West. What are the problems with natural selection? What's the difference between adaptation within kinds and mutation of new kinds? What about irreducible complexity (i.e., the mouse trap)? Or, the bigger problem of the Cambrian Explosion? (i.e., how 5 pre-Cambrian phyla could explode into 70 distinct phyla in "just" 5 million years, with 40 of the phyla going extinct, leaving our current 30 phyla).
443-452 – Norma McCorvey, the "Jane Roe" of Roe v. Wade, on this Sunday being Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. Joining her is Peter McKenzie, director of the movie Doonby (doonbythemovie.com), in which Norma appears.
452 – 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.
458-508 – Ray Comfort, best-selling author of more than 60 books, countless tracts, and numerous videos, and co-host (with Kirk Cameron) of the award-winning television program The Way of the Master. Perhaps his best work is his 180 Movie, that shows people doing an intellectual 180 – going from pro-choice to pro-life – in seconds! (180movie.com, and 180-baby.com). As of 1/20/2012, it's had over 2 million online views, and been translated into 19 languages. Aurelio Barreto, founder of C28 Christian Stores and Not Of this World Clothing, will launch the 180 shirt next week. (c28.com). His new book Hitler, God, and the Bible comes out later this month.
• This Sunday is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, and Ray will be speaking after both services at Calvary Chapel Downey because they'll be screening the 180 movie in the services.
• Next Saturday, January 28th at 8am, Ray and Kirk Cameron will be recording an "Academy" at Kindred Community Church in Anaheim, it's free and the public is invited.
(10X) Cuts from 180, with Ray Comfort
•• (:39) Alicia from Huntington Beach does a 180 when asked the question, "What justification is there for killing a baby in the womb?"
•• For Atheists: "So, you believe that nothing created everything?" If they say "no," then you say, "So something created everything, you just know it's not God. So, let's talk about why you know God didn't create everything."
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.
512-523 – Ray Comfort,
528-539 – Ray Comfort,
• Questions – What's the key to success? What motivates you to reach the lost? How do you make an atheist backslide with one question?
544-554 – Ray Comfort,
558-608 – Jennie Finch, one of the greatest softball pitchers of all time (jenniefinch.com), 3X gold medalist Leah O'Brien-Amico, and other Olympians, professional coaches and players, are doing a softball camp next Saturday and Sunday (1/28-29) for players 9-up in Mission Viejo. Cost is $175, register at jenniefinch.com. Jennie and husband Casey Daigle, have one 5 year old son, appropriately named Ace. 7 month old son Diesel.
612-623 – • Washington Post (1/19/2012) Republican primary debate.
(4X) Newt responds to CNN's John King's question
MODERATOR – And Mr. Speaker, I want to start with that this evening. As you know, your ex-wife gave an interview to ABC News and another interview with "The Washington Post." And this story has now gone viral on the Internet. In it, she says that you came to her in 1999, at a time when you were having an affair. She says you asked her, sir, to enter into an open marriage. Would you like to take some time to respond to that?
NEWT GINGRICH – No, but I will. (APPLAUSE) I think the destructive, vicious, negative nature of much of the news media makes it harder to govern this country, harder to attract decent people to run for public office. And I am appalled that you would begin a presidential debate on a topic like that. (APPLAUSE)
MODERATOR – Is that all you want to say, sir?
NEWT GINGRICH – Let me finish.
MODERATOR – Please.
NEWT GINGRICH – Every person in here knows personal pain. Every person in here has had someone close to them go through painful things. To take an ex-wife and make it two days before the primary a significant question for a presidential campaign is as close to despicable as anything I can imagine. (APPLAUSE) My -- my two daughters -- my two daughters wrote the head of ABC and made the point that it was wrong, that they should pull it, and I am frankly astounded that CNN would take trash like that and use it to open a presidential debate. (APPLAUSE)
MODERATOR – As you noted, Mr. Speaker, this story did not come from our network. As you also know, it is a subject of conversation on the campaign. I'm not -- I get your point. I take your point.
NEWT GINGRICH – John -- John, it was repeated by your network. You chose to start the debate with it. Don't try to blame somebody else. You and your staff chose to start this debate with it. (APPLAUSE) Let me be quite clear. Let me be quite clear. The story is false. Every personal friend I have who knew us in that period said the story was false. We offered several of them to ABC to prove it was false. They weren't interested because they would like to attack any Republican. They're attacking the governor. They're attacking me. I'm sure they'll presently get around to Senator Santorum and Congressman Paul. I am tired of the elite media protecting Barack Obama by attacking Republicans.
628-639 – Calls – If you could vote for a candidate today, who would you vote for and why? Have you changed your mind in the past week? Is it Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, or Paul?
644-654 – Calls –
• Naperville Sun (1/20/2012) 'Un-freaking-believable': fiancee says Orland man recovering from nail in his brain.
• Fox News (1/20/2012) 9-year-old girl calls 911 after escaping apparent kidnapper.
• Charles Krauthammer (NRO, 1/19/2012) The GOP's Suicide March: President Obama could not have chosen more self-destructive adversaries.
• Peggy Noonan (WSJ, 1/20/2012) The No-Obama Drama: The Republican campaign is compelling, but it may prove to be damaging.
• WSJ Editorial (1/20/2012) How Much the Rich Pay: Mitt Romney, the 1% and taxes.
• Rush Limbaugh (1/19/2012) Drudge Screwed Up ABC's Plans for the Marianne Gingrich Interview.