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Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 7/8/2017- The Intricacies Of The Ohio Budget And Unintended Consequences

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 7/8/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss the Ohio budget follies and the overrides of gubernatorial vetoes. That segues into the developing race to replace John Kasich and grandstanding by the potential candidates. Grandstanding always has unintended consequences and that leads to a deeper discussion of pharmaceutical marketing issues.

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


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 7/1/2017- Ohio Budget Disaster, Ohio Health Buffoonery, And Another Special Election Disaster For Democrats

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 7/1/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis analyze the Ohio legislature’s sudden reckoning with the budget that they created by giving a tax and spend RINO governor everything he wanted so he could be elected president and get them all Washington DC appointments. We discuss the Kansas budget issue and work to debunk the socialist argument that lower taxes caused the problem. We also discuss the Ohio Department of Health and their complete disconnect from reality in ignoring the homosexual community and the inherent danger of doing what they do while encouraging them to stop smoking…huh?

Article links- Dissolve Illinois?

Posted in Biblical Worldview, Critical Thinking, Economics, Ohio Legislation, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar, State Legislation, Taxation, The Vote.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 6/17/2017- The Boiling Pot Blows Off The Lid

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

Article links- Fifteen times celebrities envisioned violence Trump and Republicans

Julianne Moore demonstrates that she is very pretty and very dimwitted

Pat Buchanan asks if we are on the edge of a civil war

 

Posted in 2nd Amendment, Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Constitution, Crime and Punishment, Critical Thinking, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 6/10/2017- Welcome To The Jungle

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 6/10/2017- Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss creating a handy guide to understanding the times and actually have to work to understand what some of the terms in the guide mean. We analyze what is wrong with modern education including church education and what it is leading to. This leads to an interesting sidebar discussion on William Shakespeare and who he was.

Article links- Social Justice mobs emulate “A Clockwork Orange” at Evergreen State University in Washington state

Kathy Griffin piles on herself with an embarrassing press conference

 

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


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 6/3/2017- A Deeper Look At Islam, How Monument Destroyers Are Like The Taliban, And The Glaring Stupidity Of Kathy Griffin

Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 6/3/2017-Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis analyze an article expanding on the discussion on Islamic doctrinal differences appearing on the Breitbart website. We ask who is more like the Taliban- those who want to look at US history in a broader context or those who wish to impose their interpretation of history, especially regarding the War Between The States on everyone. We also analyze the glittering moronicity of Kathy Griffin.

Article links- Understanding the factions inside Islam

Posted in Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Critical Thinking, Media, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 5/27/2017- Memorial Day-A Look Back And Look Forward

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Saturday May 27, 2017. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss the origins and meaning of Memorial Day. We also discuss important distinctions in doctrinal differences between protestants and Roman Catholics vs. doctrinal differences between factions within Islam. We also explain how children are stolen ideologically from their parents by the educational system.

Article links- Debbie Wasserman-Schultz threatens for gathering evidence on a crime by Congressional Democratic staffers

Democratic IT staffers under investigation flee to Pakistan for asylum and treated like heroes

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


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 5/20/2017- The Tyranny Of Unintended Consequences

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Saturday May 20, 2017. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss a lawsuit brought by widely disparate political websites against the State of Ohio for passing a clearly unconstitutional law purportedly for the purpose of restricting online harassment but is ripe for abuse in prosecution of speech critical of government or members of the government.

Article links- Lawsuit filed against online harassment law by liberal blog Plunderbund and the Portage County Tea Party

Democrat Representative Val Dennings proves that she is constitutionally ignorant and therefore disqualified from holding a federal elective office

Eugene Volokh weighs in on the Ohio internet harassment law. He’s not impressed

 

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


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 5/13/2017- The Ides Of March…In May

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Saturday May 13, 2017. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss the main stream press and its blind determination to sink Donald Trump’s presidency even if it means sinking themselves. We also discuss the Comey firing.

Article links- Why Trump fired Comey when he did

Former Clinton campaign (mis)manager Robby Mook says the firing of James Comey “terrifies him”

Legal scholar Alan Dershowitz debunks the idea that the firing of Comey is illegal

A badly addled Sen. John McCain weighs in on the Comey firing, and proves he’s way past it

John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign chairman was against Comey on the morning of and a cheerleader for him in the afternoon of his firing

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


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 5/6/2017- The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Saturday May 6, 2017. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis discuss the pluses and minuses of President Trump’s executive order on religious liberty protection, the Johnson amendment and the possibility of its repeal (the GOOD and the BAD). We also discuss the replacement of the Affordable Care Act with the American Health Care Act and that it’s really not that much different and looks like a health insurance corporate welfare program (the UGLY).  

Posted in Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Critical Thinking, Economics, Federal Legislation, Life Issues, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar, The Church.


Principles and Policies Podcast For Saturday 4/29/2017- Touching The 3rd Rail With Cyndy Rees

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Saturday April 29, 2017. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis interview Cyndy Rees of 3rd Rail Politics (www.3rdrailpolitics.com). Common Core, charter schools and lots and lots more.

Posted in Biblical Worldview, Commentary, Economics, Education, Family, Ohio Legislation, Podcast, Public Policy Principles News, Public Policy Radar, Taxation.