Friday, April 3, 2009
The Calling of Evangelicals To Action In Today's America
Show number 151
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6 APRIL 2009
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE CHUCK BALDWIN AND DR. RAND PAUL DISCUSS THE RECENT EVIDENCE OF TARGETING OF THEMSELVES, THEIR ASSOCIATES AND CONSTITUTION-LOVING CITIZENS BY STATE AND FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, ON THE 6 - 10 APRIL 09 “FUTURE QUAKE” RADIO PROGRAMS
Nashville, TN – Dr. Chuck Baldwin (www.chuckbaldwinlive.com), Baptist pastor and 2008 Constitution Party Presidential nominee, and Dr. Rand Paul, son of 2008 Republican Presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul and representative of the “Campaign for Liberty”, discuss the recent actions by federal and Missouri state law enforcement to identify leaders and followers of certain major third parties, as well as those who oppose abortions rights, global sovereignty and illegal immigration, as being potential “domestic terrorists”, with host “Doctor Future” and co-host Tom Bionic, airing daily during the week of 6 April on the “Future Quake” program, broadcast on the Christian talk radio station WENO, 760 AM in Nashville, TN (and archived at www.futurequake.com). This recent development stems from actions taken by the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC), with guidance from the Department of Homeland Security, in developing secret internal documents intended for Missouri state law enforcement officials only, directing them to monitor the actions of potential militia-based “domestic terrorists”, and specifically mentioned Presidential Candidates Dr. Chuck Baldwin, Republican Congressman Dr. Ron Paul, and former Congressman Bob Barr, the aforementioned groups, as well as supporters of the Constitution and Libertarian Parties, and those promoting tax fairness, and against the NAFTA Super Highway and the North American Union. This secret guidance only came to light when one or two brave “whistle blower” Missouri policemen forwarded these documents to independent media officials to expose to the public. This targeting of minority political parties and supporters of populist issues has been defended by the Missouri governor himself. In this show, Dr. Baldwin discusses the significance of this ominous event, and how this may portend more draconian control and monitoring in the future, unless the citizenry stands up to voice their disapproval, and take legal actions where necessary. Dr. Baldwin also reveals his experiences and observations he has made from his ground-breaking Constitution Party presidential run, and contributes to an engaging discourse about the Bible passage Romans chapter 13 concerning Christians and their relationship to the State, and the proper role we take when the law makers are shown to be law breakers. Dr. Rand Paul, a practicing physician from the mid-South who played a critical role in the historic presidential campaign of his father, Congressman Dr. Ron Paul, also provides his perspective on the significance of the MIAC event, which targets hundreds of thousands of “Campaign for Liberty” supporters. He also unveils a special announcement about his potential run for the U.S. Senate in the next election.
“Future Quake”, hosted by “Doctor Future”, is a daily Christian interview and news review radio program, focusing on issues and events that will soon impact our collective futures. It features interviews with international experts on the topics covered (such as recent guests Alvin Toffler, Joseph Farah and Dr. Jerome Corsi), with constructive, intellectual discussions intended to better inform the public and provide useful information to prepare for the days ahead. It airs each weekday at 4 PM on WENO, 760 AM in Nashville, TN, the most popular Christian talk station in Middle Tennessee, and extending into much of the Mid-South. For those that miss the live broadcast, prior shows are archived in .mp3 format for listening on demand at www.futurequake.com, or available as a podcast (under “future quake”) at I-Tunes (www.itunes.com).
CONTACT: “Dr. Future”, Host, “Future Quake” Radio Show (firstname.lastname@example.org)