WEEK-IN-REVIEW—APRIL 21, 2017

Steven Curtis Chapman joined Lauren Steward on last weekend’s Living Life with Lauren. He talked about his book Between Heaven and the Real World. After three decades in Christian music, Chapman shared about his life, ministry and some of the challenges and heartaches he has experienced along the way. Listen to the entire program here.

On Monday’s Sandy Rios in the Morning, Sandy’s guest was Micheal Waller, senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy. Waller talked about connections between Russia and high ranking members of the Democratic Party. Among the individuals with Russian ties he mentioned were John and Tony Podesta, Hilary Clinton and Barak Obama. Listen to the interview here.

During Today’s Issues on Wednesday, hosts Ed Vitagliano, Walker Wildmon and Fred Jackson broke news about AFA’s Target Boycott. One year after Target announced its dangerous bathroom policy, the Boycott Target pledge has reached 1.5 million signatures. These signatures will be delivered to Target headquarters, and there is still time to add your name to the petition. Listen to the program here.

On Thursday’s Financial Issues, host Dan Celia spoke with Twila Brase from the Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom. She gave an update on efforts to repeal Obamacare. According to Brase, repealing Obamacare, without legislation to replace it, is a possibility if the federal government would turn healthcare over to the states. She claims that this would return a personalized aspect to healthcare and costs could decrease. Listen to the podcast here.

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Sincerely,

Walker Wildmon

 

 

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