News Roundup & Comment

Date: September 15, 2023
Host: Jim Schneider
​Guest: Julaine Appling for the 1st segment
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Julaine Appling from Wisconsin Family Council joined Jim to open the program with an update concerning Planned Parenthood.  They’ve chosen to resume abortion “care” services in the state of Wisconsin, beginning Monday, September 18, in direct violation of the law.

After Julaine’s comments, Jim provided listeners with details regarding news items from around the world.  Here are selected highlights: 

–Despite media and Democrat claims that there’s no evidence of wrong-doing by President Joe Biden, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy spelled out the evidence when he announced the launch of an impeachment inquiry.  Jim provided audio of Speaker McCarthy as he laid out the basis for the inquiry. 

–The White House is calling for media organizations to do their work by attacking Republicans now that a formal impeachment inquiry has been launched.

–President Biden seems to be unfazed by the inquiry effort and insisted he remains focused on serving the American people.

–The 5th circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that the Biden administration violated the First Amendment rights of millions of Americans by coercing social media companies to censor posts about COVID-19, elections and other content that the administration considered problematic.

–Terrisa Bukovinac, a progressive pro-life activist, is hoping to bring what she believes is a much-needed voice of reason on abortion to the Democratic Party. 

–A member of a Christian preacher group who was arrested after a Watertown, Wisconsin, pride event, is facing new accusations.   

–House and Senate conservatives are pushing to revert back to fiscal year 2022 spending levels with Senator Rick Scott arguing that Congress must stop the Biden administration’s budget proposal from advancing given that the federal government is spending $400,000 per new person added to the U.S. population since the year 2019. 

–The White House warned that President Joe Biden would veto a proposed bill that includes a military pay raise because the legislation doesn’t cater enough to left wing agenda items such as abortion, climate change, diversity initiatives and transgender issues.

–On Thursday Special Counsel David Weiss indicted Hunter Biden on 3 criminal charges related to the possession of firearms.

–China flew 68 warplanes and deployed 10 navy vessels around Taiwan in the span of one day just weeks after the U.S. announced its first ever transfer of military equipment to the island.

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