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Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 1/13/2018- Elections Already? SHEESH!

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 1/13/2018- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss sudden changes in the Ohio election picture and what they mean.

Article links- Mary Taylor confounds experts in her Lt. Governor pick

A hyper-connected nobody just won the electoral lottery by being appointed to the vacated seat held by the disgraced Wes Goodman

Using the red herring fallacy to obscure the main argument in the FISA warrants sought by the FBI/DOJ in the Trump investigation

Posted in General.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 1/6/2018- What’s Ahead Based On What’s Behind

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 1/6/2018- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis predict what will happen in 2018 based on what happened in 2017 and before.

Posted in Apologetics, Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Constitution, Crime and Punishment, Critical Thinking, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar, Science, Taxation, The Vote.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/30/2017- The Year In Review

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/30/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss some of the good and bad at the end of 2017. 

Posted in Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Federal Legislation, Ohio Legislation, Podcast, Taxation, The Church, The Vote.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/23/2017- Handing Out Presents- Who Got Gifts And Who Got Sticks And Coal?

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/23/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis hand out presents to the good and sticks and coal to the bad.

Posted in Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Critical Thinking, Economics, Fun, Podcast, Private Property, Public Policy Principles News, Taxation.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/16/2017- Why We’re Thankful

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/16/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis- present their lists, as incomplete as they are in only an hour, of what they’re thankful for in 2017.

This is the missing Thanksgiving show but it fits nicely here.

Posted in Apologetics, Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Family, Marriage and Family, Podcast.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/9/2017- Who Gets Coal And Sticks And Who Gets A Good Gift?

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/9/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis look at who deserves a great gift and who deserves sticks and coal at Christmas. 

Posted in Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Critical Thinking, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar, The Church, The Vote.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/2/2017- Accusation Vs. Conviction; “Social Justice” And The Christian Worldview

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/2/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss the sudden avalanche of sexual harassment and assault accusations and what it means from a Christian worldview perspective. We also discuss the difference between so-called “social justice” and actual justice based on absolutes of right and wrong.

Posted in Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Critical Thinking, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar, The Church, The Vote.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 11/18/2017- “Macaca,” The Wayback Machine, and “Inappropriate Behavior”

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 11/18/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis use the Wayback Machine® to draw a parallel to more recent events revolving around “inappropriate behavior.” We discuss men’s biblically mandated duty behave appropriately towards women. We also analyze the consequences being experienced by those who have not only ignored those mandates but have flouted them.

Posted in Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Critical Thinking, Family, Marriage and Family, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar, The Church, The Vote.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 11/11/2017- Media Agendas, Shootings, Compromised “Pastors,”Attacks By Radicals, And Political Hatchet Jobs

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 11/11/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis take a closer look at the Texas church shooting and the major problems with the agenda driven coverage. We segue into “Pastor” Carl Lentz’s attempt to excuse infanticide followed by a completely hollow “backtrack” We then look at a possible connection to Antifa’s call for violent revolution starting on Nov. 4 to both the Texas church shooting and the attack on and grievous injury of Senator Rand Paul by a radical liberal neighbor. We finish up with a discussion of the “October Surprise” accusations of Judge Roy Moore, a candidate with a 17 point lead in the Alabama US Senate special election whose timing is , to say the least, curious.

Article links- A chainsaw bayonet? Seriously?

“Pastor” Carl Lentz compromises on infanticide on The View

“Pastor” Carl Lentz tries to backtrack, proves that there is no middle ground

 

 

Posted in 2nd Amendment, Apologetics, Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Crime and Punishment, Critical Thinking, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar, Second Amendment, The Church, The Vote.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 11/4/2017- ISIS Strikes, Election Polls, And The Federal Heartbeat Bill

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 11/4/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis analyze the coverage and reaction of the ISIS attack in New York City and what we think of the immigration policies that are a major contributor to this and other attacks.  From there we discuss how theology affects how all sides think on this issue. We also discuss current polls in the Alabama Senate race and the hearings on the Federal version of the Heartbeat bill. We finish up with a sexual harassment scandal in the Ohio Legislature.

Posted in Apologetics, Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Critical Thinking, Life Issues, Marriage and Family, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar, The Church, The Vote.