News Roundup

  • Crosstalk: September 16, 2021

    What in the world?  What are they thinking?  How can that be?  These are questions that may come to mind as Jim presented details on these and other stories on this edition of Crosstalk:  
  • Crosstalk: August 13, 2021

    Here’s a selection of stories from this week’s edition of the “Round-Up”:

    –After saying in December of last year that masks and vaccines should not be made mandatory, President Biden has reversed course and has now unveiled several new executive orders and other directives aimed at increasing the share of the workforce that is vaccinated at businesses across America.
  • Crosstalk: September 7, 2021

    –The Biden administration wants employers to require that their workers get the COVID vaccine.

    –2 senior Food and Drug Administration officials have resigned after the Biden administration and the CDC pushed out recommendations for a 3rd coronavirus booster shot before the agency issued an official approval.
  • Crosstalk: August 30, 2021

    –Dalton presented audio from July when President Joe Biden addressed a press conference concerning Afghanistan.  His comments are an amazing contrast compared to what’s taken place this past week, including the 13 service members killed in a suicide bombing at the Kabul airport.
  • Crosstalk: August 23, 2021

    The ongoing news out of Afghanistan highlighted the week’s edition of the “Roundup”.  However, there was much more.  Here’s a brief sample:

    –In an ABC News video, President Biden said no one’s been killed in Afghanistan despite reports of at least 7 deaths.
  • Crosstalk: August 16, 2021

    Here’s a sample of stories from the Crosstalk news desk that made the cut for this edition of the “Round-Up”:

    –Jim reported on the Democrats 3.5 trillion dollar package of climate and social initiatives.

    –Rashida Tlaib introduced a 40 billion dollar Maintaining Access to Essential Services Act which would bribe utility companies to cease shut-offs, restore services and cancel utility, power, broadband and water debt by providing loans that the companies wouldn’t have to repay.
  • Crosstalk: August 2, 2021

    Here’s a brief list of headlines from the “Round-Up” broadcast for this week.  Review the program for more stories and details as well as comments from listeners.

    –Speaking from the White House yesterday afternoon, President Biden announced the new COVID testing and mask mandates for all federal employees.
  • Crosstalk: July 26, 2021

    COVID-19 and the related vaccines highlighted this week’s broadcast.  Here’s a sample of stories that were covered:

    –Jim presented audio of a very intense Senate hearing exchange between Senator Rand Paul and Dr. Anthony Fauci over the issue of gain of function research.
  • Crosstalk: June 28, 2021

    Jim had details on the following stories and much more on this week’s “Round-Up” broadcast:  

    –Almost 160 people are unaccounted for after a 12 story beach-front condo north of Miami collapsed killing at least 4.

    –Senate Republicans blocked the Democrats massive election overhaul Tuesday   with a filibuster.
  • Crosstalk: May 7, 2021

    Here’s a selection of “Round-Up” news stories Jim featured on this National Day of Prayer:
    –North Korea responded to remarks made by President Biden last week when he indicated that the nuclear programs of North Korea and Iran present serious threats to the security of America and the world. 
  • Crosstalk: May 3, 2021

    We are living in perilous times as much of the news shows us. Here’s a sample from this week’s ‘Round-Up’ broadcast:

    –Speaking for just over an hour, President Biden delivered his first address before a joint session of Congress this week, downsized due to COVID-19.
  • Crosstalk: April 26, 2021

    -Maxine Waters urges anti-cop protestors to ‘get more confrontational’ and take action if Chauvin trial doesn’t go their way

    -White House won’t directly condemn incitement from Maxine Waters

    -Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick died of natural causes after January 6th riot, examiner says
  • Crosstalk: April 12, 2021

    Here’s your weekly information sample from Crosstalk’s News Round-Up broadcast:

    –President Biden issued executive orders in order to form a commission to study reforms to the U.S. Supreme Court.

    –Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh) has died today at the age of 99.

    –President Biden claimed that no amendment to the Constitution is absolute as he pushed back against assertions that his gun control executive actions were impinging upon 2nd Amendment rights.
  • Crosstalk: April 5, 2021

    The News Round-Up came early this week.  Here’s a sample of what Jim presented for listeners:  

    –From free glazed donuts to marijuana to arcade tokens–numerous incentives are being offered to encourage people to obtain their COVID shots.

    –CDC finds mask and indoor dining bans don’t stop the virus, but the media ignores that.
  • Crosstalk: March 29, 2021

    –White House Press Secretary Jen Saki revealed that President Biden and former President Barack Obama discuss policy solutions with each other.

    –A top communications person in the White House has instructed federal agencies to refer to the Biden administration as the Biden-Harris administration.
  • Crosstalk: March 22, 2021

    –A Milwaukee (Wisconsin) County children’s court judge who is former president and CEO of the Cream City Foundation, which runs the city’s drag queen story hour program, has been arrested on 7 counts of child pornography.

    –Senate committee ponders the far-left Equality Act.
  • Crosstalk: February 22, 2021

    This edition of the ‘Round-Up’ was highlighted by news concerning 2 important bills: The Equality Act and the Minor Consent for Vaccinations Act of 2020:  

    –Jim began with a report from Pastor Tony Evans concerning the aftermath of the Texas storm and how it’s impacted their ministry as they were trying to help others.
  • Crosstalk: January 25, 2021

    There was plenty of news to share as our nation began a new chapter in its history with a new president and vice president.  Below is a brief sample from the group of stories highlighted by Jim:

    –On this day in 1973, the majority of the Supreme Court made the decision that it’s constitutional to kill a baby in the womb.  Since Roe v. Wade there have been 62,553,810 deaths by abortion in the U.S. as of the beginning of this broadcast.  It’s the number one cause of death.
  • Crosstalk: January 18, 2021

    Jim had items to share related to the impeachment of the president, the Capitol siege, changes to come from President-elect Biden and much more.  For example:  

    –President-elect Joe Biden announced a 1.9 trillion dollar stimulus plan to address the ongoing virus pandemic in the U.S.

    –President-elect Joe Biden promises that on his first day of office he will issue an order requiring all schools that receive federal funding to let transgenders play on the sports teams and use the rest rooms/locker rooms that accord with their gender identity.
  • Crosstalk: January 11, 2021

    With a new week brings another stack of noteworthy news stories. Here is an overview of today’s News Roundup:

    President Donald Trump released a video statement condemning the violence that occurred on Capitol Hill
    President Donald Trump signed an executive order instructing the State Department to restrict visas to foreigners affiliated with Antifa
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Called on Vice President Mike Pence to use the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump
  • Crosstalk: January 4, 2021

    With a new week brings another stack of noteworthy news stories. Here is an overview of today’s News Roundup:

    Trump urges Americans to stop the theft of the Presidential election
    Trump denied due process in Supreme Court and Lower Courts
    Dominion lawyers send blistering cease and desist letter to Trump campaign
    Dominion voting machines hacked during Georgia Senate hearing
    Giuliani says election counted 10,315 people in obituaries
    Congress braces for dramatic end to disputed 2020 election
    Law prohibits Pence from accepting electoral votes from fraudulently certified states
  • Crosstalk: December 14, 2020

    Jim covers the news headlines of the week (these include just the first half hour)!
    –President Trump announced that his administration helped secure peace and a normalization agreement between Israel and Morocco.  
    –In a new show of military might, 2 American B-52H long-range heavy bombers took off from the U.S. and flew over a swath of the Middle East yesterday, sending what U.S. officials said was a direct message of deterrence to Iran.
  • Crosstalk: December 11, 2020

    Jim pulled select news stories out from tomorrow’s news round-up program in order to highlight them.  Regardless of whether you find the stories outrageous, angering or disgusting, one thing is certain.  All of them elicit the question: What in the world?

    Michigan State Representative Cynthia Johnson gave a warning Tuesday at a vote fraud hearing where she called on soldiers (on the ‘left’) to ‘make them pay’ (referring to Trump supporters). The staff of late term abortionist LeRoy Carhart is having fun making a mockery of Christ’s birth by decorating an office Christmas tree with abortion tools.
  • Crosstalk: December 7, 2020

    Here’s a sample from the stack of news stories that Jim presented to listeners:

    –The House of Representatives voted 228-164 to pass the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act.
    –Lieutenant General Thomas McInerney doesn’t believe the courts are likely to come through for the president and recommends Trump use emergency powers to put down the coup d’etat.
    –General Michael Flynn is promoting a position that calls on President Trump to temporarily suspend the U.S. Constitution.
    –A prominent witness has reportedly joined the team of Attorney Sidney Powell and has stated under oath that there was a massive computer fraud in the 2020 election intended to secure victory for Joe Biden.
  • Crosstalk: November 23, 2020

    Here is a sampling of the topics from today’s News Roundup:

    Court of appeals strikes down FL counseling ban
    Petition circulating at Harvard to stop former Trump administration officials from attending, teaching or speaking at the university
    Trudeau and Biden are both pushing for the Great Reset
    World Economic Forum founder claims world will never return to normal after COVID
    Jim Jeffrey boasts of how he lied to Trump to defy Syria withdrawal orders
    Bill Gates’ falsehood: “I’ve never been involved in any sort of microchip-type anything”
    Lindsey Graham says Judicial confirmations will continue
    Senate candidate said America must repent for its worship of whiteness
    Raphael Warnock says nobody can serve God and the military
    Nancy Pelosi announces forthcoming end to her time as Speaker of the House
    Biden names outspoken reparations advocate to key position
    Biden cancer charity spent zero on cancer research
    Pennsylvania implements one of the worst mask mandates yet
    California governor caught attending party that violated his own Covid restrictions
    Muslims murder a pastor in Uganda for using the Koran and saying Allah is not God
    Mailchimp blacklists conservative groups
    Austria has a new hate speech law
    Lubbock City Council (Texas) rejects proposal to ban abortions
    and several stories regarding election fraud
  • Crosstalk: October 23, 2020

    Here is a sample of the news articles that made the cut this week:

    Judge Barrett approved by Senate Judiciary Committee
    Biden tries to legitimize his court packing scheme
    Former business partner of Hunter Biden says Joe Biden was in on family deal to make millions from China
    Iran interfered in U.S. election to damage Trump
    Letters threaten to burn down homes of Trump supporters
    Elections chairman who removed and defaced Trump signs resigns
    Study finds 97% of Late Night show jokes are about Trump, only 3% about Biden
    Biden says Muslims will serve at every level of his administration
    Insane anti-Trump protestor eats bloody symbolic heart of President Trump in the street
    Thousands of witches plot to bind Trump for last debate and election day
    California ballot box set ablaze, torching ballots inside
    President Trump signs declaration opposing abortion
    Joe Biden will sign executive order on Day 1 making Americans fund Planned Parenthood
    8 North Minneapolis residents sue city for lack of Police protection
    NYPD sees nearly 90% rise in retirements
    45% of Florida Covid deaths misclassified
    Mastercard’s ‘true name’ feature allows transgenders to use their chosen name on debit/credit cards