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If you haven’t heard about this latest Obama admin development, the IRS is now planning to target, and far worse, monitor, churches. That’s all thanks to the demands and strong-arming tactics of  the atheist group Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF).

Some history (Via the ACLJ – American Center for Lawn and Justice): 

The IRS caved to the same FFRF that has tried, and notoriously failed, to strip “In God We Trust” from our currency, tear down World War II memorials, ban the National Day of Prayer, attack the Star of David in a Holocaust memorial, and even deny that Moses is depicted in the Supreme Court.

FFRF filed a lawsuit against the IRS in 2012 demanding that the Obama Administration delve deep into preaching from the pulpit to ensure that pastors, priests, and parishioners don’t say anything within the four walls of a church that could be construed as political.

Today we’re talking about this with our guest Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Action, a fierce advocate for marriage, family, life and liberty.

Then later we cover the gruesome news of a beheading in Syria (read about that here), and a statement from the award-winning music group Gungor, responding to the outcry from Christians about their belief that the Bible is just a bunch of stories and not authoritative.

Today’s Episode:

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