28 Dec December 27, 2015
On this first post-Christmas show, Debbie acknowledges the heartache felt around DFW as many people dig out from horrible tornado damage from heavy storms that hit on the day after Christmas. Prayers and practical support will mark the recovery effort.
Debbie talks about what it means for Americans to reclaim their identity. For “Ladies, Can We Talk?” the year 2016 will be focused on the urgency and importance of doing so. America is a great and exceptional country; we need to say so and defend her.
Also in the first hour:
Debbie reviews the detailed requirements for immigrating to New Zealand (as she learned from a US-based friend who is looking into a move). It is astounding to compare how serious New Zealand considers the question of who to admit to the country—and then to compare America’s lax and irresponsible immigration system.
Texas State Senator Bob Hall calls in to talk about his visit during the day to the areas hardest hit by the December 26 tornados that swept the Dallas area. He also talks about his visit to Texas migrant camps near Rockwall—and the very disturbing misinformation and disinformation the federal government is spreading about what exactly is going on with these camps.
In the second hour….
Leading ladies Chris Davis and Cari Kelemen join Debbie for the second hour roundtable.
The ladies discuss Christmas in America, and particularly in New York City—where political correctness now runs amok, and famous store shopping windows forsake Christmas-themed messages for meaningless secular vapidity. But a town in Minnesota—Wadena—shows what it means to stand up to the ACLU and political correctness.
The demise of Sweden as a predominant Christian culture is now openly acknowledged—the leading ladies consider whether Sweden is a harbinger of America?
Debbie and her leading ladies also take up the latest in the presidential campaigns, including Donald Trump daring to take on Hillary for her bullying and intimidation and coverups relating to Bill’s abusive treatment of women.
Links to articles reviewed in preparation for the first hour:
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