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Podcast: ITPS Weekly

14 Apr. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: The Good Man's Dilemma

What do we do as Christians when given a choice between two methods of national suicide?  With the apparent certainty of Romney’s Republican candidacy, a dreadful choice confronts Americans: shall the Ship of State be wrecked on the iceberg of economic disaster at 25 knots or shall we hand the pilothouse over to a man who will run America into the destruction at 20 knots?  While there are some measurable differences, especially as they may effect Supreme Court nominations, is Romney willing and able to turn the Titanic hard to right?

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8 Apr. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: Liberal Racism, Social Darwinism and the Right

Listen in as the In the Public Square team discusses the present Supreme Court case regarding Obamacare and the fascinating possibility that Obama will be blamed for a catastrophic policy mistake even though Candidate Obama never advocated the single payer provision in the act that is being challenged!  Conversation over the next two programs will turn on the fact that, like so often, the Left has used and will use again the black vote, and in this case, Obama, to shield itself from obvious criticism.

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8 Apr. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: The Supreme Court and Obamacare

Listen in as the In the Public Square team discusses the present Supreme Court case regarding Obamacare and the fascinating possibility that Obama will be blamed for a catastrophic policy mistake even though Candidate Obama never advocated the single payer provision in the act that is being challenged!  Conversation over the next two programs will turn on the fact that, like so often, the Left has used and will use again the black vote, and in this case, Obama, to shield itself from obvious criticism.

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24 Mar. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: False Paradigms and the Welfare State

Listen in as the In the Public Square team discusses two recent subjects in the news cycle.  First, Mr. Curmudgeon notes the transparent media bias in the reporting of the murder in Toulouse, France of several French soldiers and a Jewish family by a “lone wolf” Muslim terrorist.  Authorities and news agencies first speculated that the murderer was probably a “right wing” neo Nazi.  Conservatives, of course are outraged.

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18 Mar. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: Of Eagle Feathers and Equal Rights

This week two stories have dominating the news cycle.  First, the Democratic Party’s strategy to vilify conservatives and strengthen its hold on the women’s vote now includes the now up-for-renewal Violence Against Women Act.  Second, this week federal officials issued permits to the Arapaho Indian Nation to kill two American Bald Eagles for religious ceremonial reasons, reversing over 30 years of administrative rulings against killing of the formerly endangered raptor.

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11 Mar. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: Constitution and Division of Powers - Part 2

Host Nick Ellis interviews John Snyder in part II of the In the Public Square discuss of Federalism.  What does the 14th Amendment mean?  What is the significance of the 10th Amendment? Listen in as John Snyder continues in his explanation of the machinery of our Constitutional balance of power.  How did the 14th Amendment come about and why is it important for conservatives to understand the history behind that amendment? How is “reserved powers” different from “state’s rights”?

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11 Mar. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: Constitution and Division of Powers - Part 1

Listen in as Host Nick Ellis and John Snyder discuss the proper interpretation of state powers in a federal system of governance.  In this age where the federal government is involved in almost every aspect of our lives, what are the proper limitations of nation and state power.

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3 Mar. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: The Beam in the GOP's Eye

Listen in as Host Nick Ellis, and commentators Mr. Curmudgeon and John Snyder discuss the troubles in Afghanistan.  With riots and murders touched off by the burning of Qurans, is it time to get out?  Discussion turns on the nature of nation building and the error of trying to rebuild a nation on the cheap.

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25 Feb. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: US, Satan and Santorum

A speech delivered in 2008 by future Presidential hopeful Rick Santorum has stirred a hornet’s nest. In that speech delivered before Catholics at Ave Maria University in Florida, Santorum outlined what he sees as the demonic attack on American institutions.  The political left and the media have gone wild over his statements about Satan working to destroy the institutions of the academy, the Church, culture and government in America.  Listen in as host John Snyder puts a protestant gloss on the speech and Mr.

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23 Feb. 2012 Posted by The Angry Man in Podcast: ITPS Weekly

Weekly ITPS: Is the Progressive Movement in Need of an Enemy?

Is the media any longer an honest broker?  The problem is much more than bias but rather a problem with facts as existing outside the mind.  There is no longer agreement on who, what, where, why, when and how.  That failure of agreement is born out of a rejection of facts having independent existence.  Both Left and Right see facts as things precipitated out of a worldview rather than the material out of which we construct worldview.  Hence, journalism is committed to advocacy and not truth.

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