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❖ Author Art Moore of WorldNetDaily wrote a piece recently on how a key Democrat leader would like Amazon to stop carrying those books by organizations that the Southern Poverty Law Center deems as hate groups. Moore writes, “SPLC has been challenged for applying the ‘hate group’ label to groups with broad support such as the Family Research Council and the Alliance Defending Freedom, which have ended up on SPLC’s list because of their advocacy for traditional marriage, opposition to abortion and other conservative causes.” Art Moore joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss this disturbing story. www.wnd.com
❖ Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion on demand, was based on a series of lies. Now, there’s a new movie in production with the same name as the decision. The movie is to star Jon Voight and Stacey Dash and aims to tell the truth on the case. But because of the film’s pro-life bent, there is much opposition to the movie even being made. Micaiah Bilger writes articles for lifenews.com, and she wrote about the obstacles the movie-makers have been experiencing. Micaiah Bilger joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss this. www.lifenews.com
❖ There’s a new book from New York Times best-selling author Craig Parshall. He is a lawyer, serving as Special Counsel in Washington, D.C. with the American Center for Law and Justice (Jay Sekulow’s group). Parshall’s latest novel deals with spiritual warfare and human trafficking. Much of the action in The Empowered (Tyndale House Publishers) takes place in New Orleans, and the novel is quite a page-turner. Craig Parshall joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the novel, human trafficking, and spiritual warfare. www.craigparshallauthor.coms
❖ The Ten Commandments are historically the basis for our laws in America (and the West). Recently, Alabama passed a law to honor the Decalogue. Constitutional attorney John Eidsmoe is the Senior Counsel of the Foundation for Moral Law, and the author of the massive 3-part series, The Historical and Theological Foundations of Law (Nordskog Publishers). John Eidsmoe joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the Ten Commandments’ contribution to Western law, as well as Alabama’s newly proposed law. www.morallaw.org
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