Vic Eliason presented the following stories for listener input:
--Speaking for President Obama, spokesman Jay Carney said we will not negotiate over the legislation to increase the legal limit on the debt of the federal government.
--President Obama claims there's no widespread evidence that Obamacare would hurt jobs despite widespread reports that businesses are cutting back hours for workers to avoid extra costs tied to his plan.
--IRS watchdog ID's several other abuses of taxpayer funds like 67 million dollars missing from the Obamacare slush fund.
--Rand Paul plans to introduce a constitutional amendment to make sure that Chief Justice John Roberts and other federal employees are forced into Obamacare.
--George H.W. Walker Bush is witness to a same sex marriage in Maine.
--Constituents have trouble getting through to Senator Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to comment on health care.
--Republicans put forward an Obamacare alternative.
--Kentucky family discovers their insurance will triple in cost in order to be compliant with Obamacare.
--Lois Lerner, the IRS official who oversaw the targeting of pro-life and conservative groups, steps down.
--U.S. government buying up AK-47 rifles.
--President Obama tells U.N. leaders that the world is more stable than it was five years ago.
--Virginia lieutenant governor candidate proclaims that Jesus is the only way.
This program also looked at the radical changes taking place at educational facilities of higher learning; specifically establishments that prepare young people for ministry. Vic discussed the “coming out” of a transgender professor at Azusa Pacific University as well as the loosening of regulations in areas such as alcohol at Wheaton College, Cornerstone University and Moody Bible Institute.