Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 3/2/2019- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis examine Michael Cohen’s congressional testimony and explain how federal prosecutions work to coerce witnesses to create false impressions, if not suborn perjury. We also discuss the strange things happening in the majority in the US House of Representatives.
Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 1/5/2019- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis look into the crystal ball and also back into history to see if we can find out what may happen in 2019.
Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 12/8/2018- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss the Grinch-like shenanigans taking place in the Ohio legislature and reveal our nominations for worst Grinch of the legislative session.
Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 9/1/2018- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis expose attempts to, once again, create a case to eliminate the 2nd Amendment based of a grossly false narrative and completely ignoring factors which could have served to both stop the perpetrator of a mass shooting from getting a weapon and stop him in his tracks as he began shooting by the main stream media. This leads to a discussion of God’s sovereignty and how it plays out in the lives of the shooter and the victims.
Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 5/19/2018- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis analyze the attempt by “conservative Republican” lame duck Governor John Kasich to do a last minute gun grab through the auspices of a “Blue Ribbon Panel.” We analyze key provisions of this legislative turkey and talk about who in the legislature is carrying the governor’s water.
Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 4/7/2018- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss the roots of societal issues and whether or not we’re applying biblical or man-made solutions. We discuss what biblical solutions might look like in contrast to secular attempts.
Article links- Weeds or Seeds?
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?
Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 6/17/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis analyze the attempted massacre of Republican Congressmen by a radical socialist and professional protester in suburban Washington DC. We discuss the hypocrisy of the left in allowing if not encouraging rhetoric calling for violence against conservative Republicans
Our Principles and Policies radio show for Saturday June 25, 2016. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis examine a number of things constitutional. Started out with a discussion of the appointment of Merrick Garland to the US Supreme court and the pivotal importance of the late Antonin Scalia to a true interpretation of the Constitution, including the 2nd amendment to it.
Chicago journalist sets out to prove the “ease” of buying an AR-15 (the current “boogey man” weapon of gun grabbers) and instead proves that background checks are effective in stopping those with violence in their backgrounds from buying one
Our Principles and Policies radio show for Saturday June 18, 2016. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss the actions of Omar Mateen in Orlando, FL where Mr. Mateen murdered dozens in an Orlando night club that catered to homosexuals. We debunk media reports about the type of weapon he used, and check the logic of the instant rush to demonize the gun and not look at the perpetrator and ask honest questions about why he did it.