Foreign Policy


The Briefing 12-02-13

As much as the President needs to deal with domestic issues, the world presses itself upon us; Can rap and the Gospel go together? Never…

  • Audio
  • China
  • Foreign Policy
  • Gospel
  • Japan
  • Justice
  • Obama
  • Rap
  • Rap Music
  • Scottsboro Boys

The Briefing 09-26-13

Leader's must be clear. President Obama has not been.; Obama increasingly restrained by liberals; Hypocrisy in Congress: Congressional members exempting themselves from Obamacare; Government ran…

  • Abstinence
  • Audio
  • Congress
  • Deficit
  • Dogs
  • Dutch
  • Economy
  • Euthanasia
  • Foreign Policy
  • Government Spending
  • Liberalism
  • Mormonism
  • Netherlands
  • Obama
  • Obamacare
  • Prostitution
  • San Francisco
  • United Nations

The Briefing 09-09-13

Syria: Argument for state sovereignty winning over argument for human rights; Syrian Christians fleeing one of the last villages on earth where Aramaic still spoken;…

  • Aramaic
  • Atheism
  • Audio
  • Foreign Policy
  • Hitler
  • Human Rights
  • Judaism
  • Middle East
  • State Sovereignty
  • Syria

The Briefing 08-19-13

American foreign policy: speak loudly and carry a very little at all; "Biggest wave of violence against Christians in Egypt's modern history"; Universal child care…

  • Audio
  • Child Care
  • Christian Persecution
  • Egypt
  • Foreign Policy
  • Living Wage
  • Minimum Wage
  • Obama

The Briefing 08-05-13

Embassies shut down in response to al Qaeda threats; Secular world baffled by In-N-Out, Hobby Lobby, and other "Christian" companies; Pentagon decides explicit magazines no…

  • Breastfeeding
  • Christian Companies
  • Explicit Material
  • Foreign Policy
  • Government
  • Hobby Lobby
  • In-N-Out
  • US Embassies

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