Episode 102: "Is This Thing On?"
The concept of “separation of church and state” has become a hammer aiming to silence Christians and eliminate the Bible from our public life. But the fact is that this phrase is not even part of the Constitution. Yet a few loud voices, ignoring historical evidence, continue seeking to reshape our laws. On this episode of “Speechless. . .Silencing the Christians” you’ll learn how Christ is being kept out of schools while Islam is being promoted. How students have been prohibited from speaking their personal beliefs, violating their Constitutional freedoms. Best-selling author, Ann Coulter, sits down with host Janet Parshall to discuss how hypocritical and intolerant the “tolerance” movement has become toward Christians. You’ll learn how to make a difference, and reverse these dangerous trends.
Episode 103: “Grandmas Behind Bars”
“Hate crime” is the new buzzword in law enforcement. But how is “hate” being defined? And what would these laws punish? On this episode of “Speechless. . .Silencing the Christians,” you’ll learn how this legislation targets thought and freedom of speech that could make it illegal to believe in “Truth” or even quote the Bible. Already, in the name of “tolerance,” 75-year-old grandmothers face life in prison for comments at public rallies. Homosexuals and transsexuals receive expanded protection, while Christians are treated as criminals. You may be next! Host Janet Parshall shows how public school students are forced to view pro-homosexual propaganda (and may be suspended if they object on religious grounds). We’ll go in depth on the “Philadelphia11” case and reveal how it was resolved. An expert on hate crimes laws in Canadaexplains what we can expect in the United Statesif these laws are passed on the federal level. Don’t miss this important program.
Episode 104: "Olivia's Song"
Kids learn firsthand that freedom takes a backseat to political correctness on theis episode of "Speechless. . .Silencing the Christians." A young girl learns she's not allowed to sing a song about God in an after school talent show. The Boy Scouts of America in Philadelphia face losing their home of 80 years in an attempt by the city to force the group to accept homosexual scout leaders. A veteran's hospital "neutralizes: its chapel by removing all symbols of Christianity. And discrimination expert Dr. Gary Cass talks about violence and harassment aimed at Christians in recent months.
Episode 105: "Vows on the Boardwalk?"
Places of worship become the latest victims of the pro-homosexual movement on this episode of "Speechless. . .Silencing the Christians." A New Jersey church association finds itself in a legal battle when lesbian couples sue for the right to use the church's seaside worship pavilion to hold a civil union ceremony. A mother in Pennsylvania is told that reading a passage from the Bible to her son's kindergarten class is against the law. Instead, she is encouraged to read a book about witches. A Canadian pastor faces a hate crimes tribunal for writing a letter to the editor of his local newspaper: a chilling precursor to what Americans will face if similar laws are passed.
Episode 106: “Lone Star Justice”
Public school students in Texas are told they can’t mention Jesus in discussions about Christmas or Easter on this episode of "Speechless. . .Silencing the Christians." A superintendent in Planoadmits his plans to "shut down religious speech" in school. The myth of separation of church and state is exposed. The state of Texasbecomes the first in the nation to pass a law designed exclusively for the protection of students' religious liberties. Be heard. Don’t be Speechless.
Episode 107: “The Fairness Doctrine”
Opponents of free speech work to reinstate the 1949 Fairness Doctrine on this episode of "Speechless. . .Silencing the Christians." Efforts are aimed at silencing the voice of conservative radio and television programs. The nation’s leading experts weigh in on this fight and how it’s being fought in the federal government. Be heard. Don’t be Speechless.
Episode 108: "Isabella”
A mother who left the lesbian lifestyle faces losing her daughter to her former partner for teaching the girl that the Bible calls homosexuality a sin.
Episode 109: "Christians Need Not Apply - Part 1"
Three cases of employees losing their jobs as a result of the practice of their faith are reviewed.
Episode 110: "Christians Need Not Apply - Part 2"
A human resources executive and a corporate fraud investigator are fired for writing opinion columns critical of hte homosexual social agenda while they were at home on their personal time.
Episode 111: "The Ivory Tower"
Public university employees face discrimination and threats to their careers for holding a Christian worldview.
Episode 112: "The Hallowed Halls of Tolerance"
A Georgia Tech student faces death and rape threats for opposing liberal feminist policies and a social work student is told she must violate her conscience to complete her program.
Episode 113: "Whispering Christians"
U.S. Senator Jim DeMint and Clemson University professor J. David Woodard discuss their new book Whispering Christians: Restoring Our Right to Say It's Wrong. A California church is denied use of a public facility because of the faith content of their meetings.
Episode 114: "Defending the Faithful"
Agencies that assist victims of faith-based discrimination are featured.