Category Archives: Podcast

Principles and Policies Podcast for 11/10/2011- A Closer Look At Romans 13, Part IV

This entry is part 25 of 55 in the series Principles and Policies Podcast

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Thursday November 10, 2011. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis of the Institute For Principled Policy continue the discussion of Romans 13, pitfalls in its interpretation, its implications, and the consequences of misapplying it.

Principles and Policies Podcast for 11/09/2011- A Closer Look At Romans 13, Part III

This entry is part 24 of 55 in the series Principles and Policies Podcast

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Wednesday November 9, 2011. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis of the Institute For Principled Policy continue the discussion of Romans 13, pitfalls in its interpretation, its implications, and the consequences of misapplying it.

Principles and Policies Podcast for 11/05/2011- What’s Behind “Occupy Wall Street?”

This entry is part 20 of 55 in the series Principles and Policies Podcast

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Saturday November 5, 2011. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis of the Institute For Principled Policy discuss the “Occupy Wall Street” and other “Occupy” movements from a biblical worldview perspective. Who is behind OWS, what are its goals and what is the end-game? A 1 hour discussion.

Principles and Policies Podcast for 11/04/2011- Nancy Pelosi, Bills of Attainder, and Fascism

This entry is part 21 of 55 in the series Principles and Policies Podcast

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Thursday November 4, 2011. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis of the Institute For Principled Policy discuss the Obama administration’s abuse of the Constitution to harass private industry,  the support of Congressional leadership, and what it’s all about.

Vote YES On Ohio Issue 2 (2011)

The Institute For Principled Policy’ board  strongly urges that you vote YES on Ohio Issue 2 (2011).

The Institute has reservations about certain portions of this issue but believe that Ohio’s courts will deal with those issues and that on balance the necessities weigh in favor of a YES vote on Issue 2.

The Institute’s radio show provides a discussion of Ohio Issue 2 (2011) over three 15-minute radio shows. You can listen to them HERE, HERE and HERE.