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TPS 60: Gilbert & Jack

April 9, 2021

Today we are excited and honored to share “Gilbert & Jack: What C.S. Lewis Found Reading G.K. Chesterton” by Alan C. Duncan. We are so proud of our producer and faithful staff member, Alan C. Duncan. We were able to

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TPS Express: A President, a Fighter, and an American

April 7, 2021

Today we take a moment to talk about Theodore Roosevelt. Our team examines his fascinating beginnings, presidency, civil rights efforts, and much more. We so enjoyed revisiting this episode from our archives and we hope you do as well. Listen

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TPS 60: Where is Our Hope?

April 2, 2021

From election takeovers to COVID Vaccine Passports the news is filled with stories that are alarming. Where is our hope? Is it in political forces or personalities? Or is there a greater hope that can see us through these troubling times?

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TPS Express: 40 Days of Prayer for Congress – Is anyone really going to do this?

March 31, 2021

Tune in today as we struggle out loud with the issue of praying everyday for the US Congress — even for people whose positions on issues we disagree with. Even for people who we find it impossible to trust. Please

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TPS 60: Can We Handle the Truth?

March 26, 2021

What is “the filibuster” rule we keep hearing about in the media? Is it an ancient “boundary stone” from the Constitution that limits the U.S. Senate from doing their job? Or is it something else — with a history no

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TPS Express: Dr. Sterling Glover’s Story Part II

March 25, 2021

Please gather round the table once more as we continue hearing from the late, great friend Dr. Sterling Glover. Dr. Glover shares his perspective of the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s . His testimony is incredibly encouraging in this

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TPS 60: Are We There Yet?

March 19, 2021

Today our team discusses COVID-19 and reviews the difficult decisions 2020 brought us. We are sadden by the confusion and fear in Americans today. We hope this episode sheds light on the topic. We encourage you to share with others

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TPS Express: HR1 and Why It’s a Bad Idea

March 17, 2021

HR1 is a bill that reforms voting procedures on a national level. The bill prohibits voter verification, allows 16 year olds to vote, accepts same day voter registration, and so much more! If this bill is passed it could destroy

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TPS 60: How Elections Really Work Part III

March 12, 2021

TIME magazine took eight full pages to describe the secret shadow campaign of 2020. What if they missed the biggest part of the story? Tune in to this week’s episode to discover the story TIME magazine refused to cover, the

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TPS Express: Catching Up on COVID

March 9, 2021

We are now one year into the “two weeks to flatten the curve”. What has COVID done to American liberties and the American Mind? Are the changes so pervasive that we cannot even see them any longer? Please take a

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TPS 60: How Elections Really Work Part II

March 5, 2021

The eye opening conversation continues on TIME magazine’s article on the secret campaign of 2020.  Questions of voter suppression, constitutionality, and election control are all on the table. We have to wonder will elections ever be the same again? Please

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TPS Express: Dr. Sterling Glover’s Story Part I

March 3, 2021

Today we return to a previous episode of The Public Square and remember our dear friend Dr. Sterling Glover. His calling and story are a  truly remarkable testimony of “the unmanaged strangeness of God”. Please join in this inspiring story

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TPS 60: How Elections Really Work Part I

February 26, 2021

This week we begin an investigation into a blockbuster report from TIME magazine on the secret campaign of 2020. What we discover is stunning. Not our words, not a “conspiracy” just a “cabal” operating in plain sight that no one

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TPS Express: Forgiveness in Politics

February 24, 2021

Today we revisit Andrew Young’s comments on forgiveness at the National Prayer Breakfast. Is it possible to have forgiveness in the political arena while holding fast to our principles? Join our conversation today on the Public Square®. Topic: National Prayer Breakfast

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TPS 60: The American Mission® Series: First Amendment Freedom of the Press

February 19, 2021

Have you ever wondered, who owns American media in today’s world? How does the Bill of Rights and the First Amendment work in the 21st century? Join us today on The Public Square® as we navigate these questions, the topic

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TPS Express: Democracy or Republic? Part II with Dr. William B. Allen

February 16, 2021

Class is back in session! The American Mission® Series 2021 Edition continues with special guest Dr. William B. Allen. Listen to our conversation on America’s founding principles today on the Public Square®. Topic: The American Mission® Special Guest: William B.

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TPS 60: National Prayer Breakfast 2021

February 12, 2021

Did you hear about Ambassador Andrew Young’s keynote at the recent National Prayer Breakfast? Was he attempting to send a message to America in this critical hour? Please pull up a chair and join in a conversation on the absolute

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TPS Express: Democracy or Republic? Part I with Dr. William B. Allen

February 9, 2021

Grab a pen and paper and join the classroom of The American Mission® Series 2021 Edition. Today we are joined with special guest Dr. William B. Allen. Together we dissect if America is a Democracy or a Republic? And why

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TPS 60: What They Gave Us (The American Mission® Series 2021 Edition)

February 5, 2021

What did the Founders give us in the U.S. Constitution? If it was not a democracy then what was it? Tune in today to the classroom of The Public Square® as we move one step closer to discovering the solution

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TPS Express: Randy Alcorn Pt.II

February 3, 2021

This week on TPS Express we are back with Randy Alcorn to finish our powerful conversation centered on his book “The Treasure Principle”. Join us for 30 minutes today on The Public Square®. Topic: Life Guest: Randy Alcorn The Public

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TPS60: Democracy or Republic? (The American Mission® Series 2021 Edition)

January 29, 2021

Why would President Biden call America a democracy 11 times in his Inaugural Address? We analyze this speech and the worldview behind it with Dr. William B. Allen this week on The Public Square®. Resources: UrbanCure.org First: The Leadership of

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TPS Express: Randy Alcorn Part I

January 27, 2021

 This week on TPS Express we are revisiting a powerful interview series with pastor and author, Randy Alcorn. You may know Randy from his best selling books “Happiness Heaven” and “The Treasure Principle”. Tune in for 30 minutes today

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TPS60: Is PWS Killing America? (The American Mission® Series 2021 Edition)

January 22, 2021

Do we suffer from PWS? Is it killing America? It is easy for we humans to batch up our hopes and even our dreams and link them to a champion. We love rooting for our favorite team or retelling our

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TPS Express: The Future of the Political Parties

January 19, 2021

  If you’ve listened to The Public Square® for any amount of time, you know how we feel about political parties. This week on TPS Express we are taking a historical look at political parties, along with how the current

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TPS60: Where is Your Faith?

January 15, 2021

 Join us today as we navigate the state of our nation and current events. There is still an active God who cares about truth, righteousness, and justice. With this truth in hand, our discussion focuses on this resounding question:

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TPS60: Georgia Runoff Election & the Electoral College, Part I

January 7, 2021

What happened in Georgia? We recorded a program just hours before the Capitol was taken over on January 6, 2020. Please tune in to hear our response to the Georgia Runoff Election and the Electoral College process for the results

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TPS 60: A Look at 2020

December 31, 2020

2020 was one of the hardest years the nation has seen in a long time. Fear has been one of the greatest struggles from many people this year. How do we deal with fear? Where can we find hope in

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TPS60: A Charlie Brown Christmas

December 23, 2020

Merry Christmas from all of us at The American Policy Roundtable and The Public Square®. On this week’s show we are airing one of our favorite Christmas conversations, “The Charlie Brown Christmas.” This year this particular episode of The Public

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1968, Part II — The Tenth Anniversary Edition

December 17, 2020

The year is 1968… But why does it sound so much like 2020? Reviews from last week’s episode have been off the charts. You don’t want to miss the inspiring conclusion of Christmas in America 1968 this week on The

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1968, Part I — The Tenth Anniversary Edition

December 11, 2020

Please tune in for Part I of Christmas In America 1968 on The Public Square®. This is the 10th Anniversary Episode of Christmas in America. The year 1968 was a year like no other, until 2020 rolled around. Together we

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TPS60: Will America Survive?

December 3, 2020

Where do we stand with the 2020 Election and what is the next right step? Tune in today for an exclusive interview with Dave Zanotti on The Public Square®. You will also hear an update on efforts by lawmakers to

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TPS 60 min: Thanksgiving 2020

November 25, 2020

Welcome to the annual celebration of Thanksgiving on The Public Square®. This week we are going to take time to remember the ideas that have inspired us as a people and led us to aspire to be one nation under

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #24 — Back to the Beginning

November 19, 2020

This week on The Public Square® we go all the way back to lessons we learned from COVID Chronicles Episode One. On that episode we interviewed Dr. Charles McGowen who told us the biggest danger in this pandemic was the

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TPS60: Election 2020 — What Just Happened?

November 13, 2020

There’s great controversy over what happened with the 2020 Presidential Election. How did voting and counting ballots this year change dramatically? Why does the 2020 Election feel like a coup d’état? We are asking a lot of questions and diving

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TPS60: Election 2020 — The Day After

November 6, 2020

Special Program Note: If you have been following our election coverage on WTN in Nashville or WTAM in Cleveland or The Shepherd Network in Central Florida, you know our team has been on the radio almost non-stop all week. On

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TPS60: Election 2020 — God Won’t Vote This Year

October 30, 2020

God won’t vote this year. Will you? Some church leaders are arguing ’till the end about ducking this election. Some remain afraid to pray out loud for America on Sunday mornings. We look straight into the Scriptures for real answers

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TPS60: Election 2020 — The Circle Strikes

October 22, 2020

Remember all those conversations we have been having about the book and the movie The Circle? It appears that the rest of the media world is finally opening their eyes to the takeover of the 2020 Campaign by Silicon Valley.

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TPS60: Election 2020 — What to Expect

October 16, 2020

Is the Presidential Election rigged? Will we know the results on Election Night or is there a strategy in play to place Nancy Pelosi in the White House in January? What is the right response to this dilemma? Join in

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TPS60: Election 2020 — When Will We Know?

October 9, 2020

When will we know the outcome of the November 3rd, 2020 Election? Will it be hours, days, weeks…or months? And what happens if… You can’t miss this week’s edition of The Public Square®. We are asking the questions even D.C.

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TPS60: Election 2020 — Voting has Begun!

October 2, 2020

Wow, do we have a lot to talk about this week on The Public Square®. You’ll hear some reflections on the Prayer March in Washington, D.C., plus some of the latest with the United States Supreme Court battle, and trickledown

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TPS60: Election 2020 — The Court and the Social Dilemma

September 25, 2020

Why is the U.S Supreme Court so important? Should it really be that important? Tune in this week as we talk about the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. What does this mean for the Election? Tune in

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TPS60: Election 2020 — What is That Smell?

September 18, 2020

There are several things that just don’t seem to add up this Election season. What are they? Let’s dive in as we talk about the persecution and violation of human rights in California, “poop” snooping over COVID-19, a deceitful ballot

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TPS60: Election 2020 — Will COVID-19 Decide?

September 11, 2020

September 11, 2001 until today. How things have changed in America in just 19 years. This week we report from key battleground states on how COVID-19 is impacting this election. And a special announcement on a brand new online TV

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TPS Express: Election 2020 — The Convention Bumps, Part II

September 8, 2020

Last week we gave some highlights from the 2020 Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention. Legislative Director Melanie Elsey took copious notes on these events. Today on the program we are cheating a bit and taking a look at

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TPS60: Election 2020 — The Convention Bumps, Part I

September 4, 2020

Did you watch the conventions? How did the parties do in presenting their platforms? Will we see any “bumps” in numbers based upon these events? Whether you watched or not, we’ll be giving you some of the highlights on this

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #23 — The Campaign Begins

August 28, 2020

If you let politicians jump the fence on the rule of law and due process, what happens? If you grant them a free pass to break the law because of an emergency what will they do next time? We are

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TPS Express: COVID Chronicles Update #22 — We Agree with Bill Gates, Part II

Join us for a bonus edition of TPS Express this week for the COVID Chronicles. We are continuing a conversation we had about a few things we may agree on with Bill Gates. What are some of the consequences of

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #21 — We Agree with Bill Gates, Part I

August 21, 2020

Is it possible that we agree with Bill Gates on a few things regarding COVID-19? Find out the answer on this week’s episode of The Public Square®. Don’t miss the discussion on COVID Consequences and what we can do together

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TPS60: Reaching the American Mind

August 14, 2020

What did leadership look like to John Adams? Historian David McCullough joins us for a look at the second President. We also talk with a leading talent in the world of talk radio on the importance of reaching the American

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TPS60: First — The Leadership of George Washington, Part II

August 6, 2020

This week on The Public Square® we are continuing with the re-airing of our series, First, on the life and leadership of George Washington, featuring Dave Zanotti’s exclusive interview with Dr. W.B. Allen. Why Washington? Did the Congress pull his

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TPS60: First — The Leadership of George Washington, Part I

July 30, 2020

The first half of the year 2020 might be characterized in many ways: chaotic, frustrating, tragic, challenging…fill in your own blanks. One thing can be said for certain, we all have been reminded of the importance of visionary leadership. “Where

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #20: Is Government Your Protector?

July 24, 2020

Does survival really come down to wearing a mask? Does all reality come down to who is elected the next President? Can a mask or a President or a Governor or a political party or a movement save your life?

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #18: Herd Immunity

July 17, 2020

Here is the one subject on COVID-19 that no elected officials seem to want to talk about. What is Herd Immunity and is it the only way out of this mess? We take on the hard science and history of

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TPS60: The Question of Justice (The American Mission® Series)

July 10, 2020

Can you have justice without a judge? This week Dave Zanotti delivers his annual Fourth of July message at Bethel Baptist Church as part of The American Mission® series on The Public Square®. What is justice? How would you define

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TPS60: Ground Breaking and Grand Opening Update of The American Mission Center

July 3, 2020

This week on The Public Square® we are bringing you an update on The American Mission Center®, the future headquarters for The American Policy Roundtable and The Public Square®. On July 4th, 2019 a group of people gathered in prayer

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TPS60: Monday, Monday…

June 26, 2020

The COVID hysteria is being played out again by the media. Race riots are on every news site. Any wonder people are having a hard time holding on to hope? You are not alone. Please join in the discussion on

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TPS60: What is Man?

June 19, 2020

Many listeners have commented on their great appreciation for our “classroom sessions” with Dr. W.B. Allen and the questions he is answering for all of us. But we all have to admit that the insights he is sharing require serious

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TPS60: “Do not surrender your children.”

June 12, 2020

We visit with Dr. William B. Allen on the question of racism in the human experience. A Biblical look on today’s headlines from one of America’s preeminent scholars this week on The Public Square®, please tune in. Release Date: Friday,

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TPS60: Violence and Racism

June 4, 2020

Violence and racism. Does the Bible offer real answers to these real questions? This week we bring back conversations with Lord Jonathan Sacks and Dr. Gary Frost and go looking for light in the midst of the chaos on the

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TPS Express: COVID Chronicles Update #17 — Paycheck Protection Program & the Stimulus

June 2, 2020

Did The Public Square® and the American Policy Roundtable apply for the Paycheck Protection Program? Tune in for 30 minutes today on The Public Square® as we talk about some of our thoughts on the stimulus packages that were passed

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #16: No Non-Essential People

May 28, 2020

What is the effectiveness of public mask wearing? Are you the big bad wolf if you don’t wear a face mask? And what is one of the biggest cover-ups when it comes to COVID-19? Please tune in to The Public

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #15: But then God…

May 21, 2020

Where is God in the midst of COVID-19 and what good is He accomplishing? Where is God when we experience loss, pain, and suffering? We’re talking about BIG questions today on The Public Square® along with recent updates regarding contact

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TPS Express: COVID Chronicles Update #14 — Testing, Contact Tracing and the Right to Privacy

May 20, 2020

When it comes to COVID-19 is there any right to privacy left? This week on TPS Express we are discussing U.S. House Resolution 6666. This bill would spend 100 billion dollars on testing, tracing and contacting everyone regarding COVID-19. Tune

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #13: Just Lucky?

May 15, 2020

An article from the Orlando Sentinel is reporting Orlando just got “lucky” when it comes to COVID-19. Is this true? Tune in to The Public Square® as we discuss this along with model state quarantine reform legislation that we have

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TPS Express: COVID Chronicles Update #12 — How to Contact Your Elected Officials

May 14, 2020

We’ve received a lot of comments about how to contact your elected officials regarding COVID-19. What do I say? How do I say it? Tune in for thirty minutes today on TPS Express to hear the need for an organic

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TPS60: Something Beautiful with Ernie Haase + Signature Sound

May 8, 2020

This weekend on The Public Square® enjoy a musical retreat for your spirit and soul. We’re interviewing Ernie Haase and Wayne Haun about the new album, Something Beautiful. Ernie Haase + Signature Sound with the help of producer Wayne Haun

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TPS Express: COVID Chronicles Update #11 — Followup on The Right to Worship

May 6, 2020

On Sunday May 3rd a number of churches opened their doors proclaiming the right and responsibility to worship. Then what happened? Find out on the next episode of the COVID Chronicles right here on The Public Square®. Resources: All of

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #10: The Right to Worship

May 1, 2020

Who decides the right to worship? Is it the government or a power much higher? In the midst of an unprecedented and unconstitutional general lockdown, what is the calling of Christian believers to worship? Please join in a conversation on

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TPS Express: COVID Chronicles Update #9B — The Resistance, Part II

April 29, 2020

The resistance to the COVID lockdown is rising across the country. Is this just a reaction or are there deadly serious questions on the table? The COVID Chronicles continue as we peel back the curtain and help everyone see the

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #9A: The Resistance

April 23, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis drags on and the resistance to government shutdowns is growing. At the same time politicians and “pro-lockdown” media are pushing back with hostile attacks on anyone who dares to challenge the Administrative State and their abuses of

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #8: Behind the Curtain

April 17, 2020

First we were told to listen to “the science”. Then we were told to “follow the science”. Now we are being told, “Pay no attention to the science behind the curtain.” It may not be comfortable to ask elected officials

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TPS 60 min: Is the Resurrection Real?

April 10, 2020

If Jesus of Nazareth rose from the dead, what changes? This week the team at The Public Square® is suspending the COVID Chronicles series to turn to a question much more important. The premise is this: If the Resurrection is

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TPS Express: COVID Chronicles Update #7: Going Over the Line?

April 8, 2020

Has the government gone too far? Where is the balance between civil liberties and public health? Tune in today for 30 minutes as we talk about it today on TPS Express. Resources: All of The COVID Chronicles Resources from The

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COVID Chronicles Update #6: Feeling Safe Yet?

April 3, 2020

Locked down and locked in Americans are experiencing a loss of civil rights unknown in the history of the Republic. At what point will we awaken to the injustice of politicians disregarding the law in the name of “saving lives”?

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TPS Express: COVID Chronicles Update #5: A Sound Mind, Part II

What is the rule of law? Why did the Founders believe it was foundational to America? How is the rule of law being destroyed over the COVID-19 crisis and what can we do about it? Tune in for 30 minutes

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #4 with Dr. Charles McGowen: A Sound Mind

March 27, 2020

How can we all keep a sound mind in the midst of COVID-19? How can we not panic? Tune in today as we talk about overcoming the coronavirus. You’ll hear once again from Dr. Charles McGowen. Don’t miss this conversation

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TPS60: COVID Chronicles Update #3 with Dr. Charles McGowen

March 20, 2020

How should we be looking at this crisis over COVID-19? Where do we find the balance between public health, economic health and civil rights? We are taking a look at the policy side of this issue along with the medical

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TPS60: Thank You Senator Schumer

March 13, 2020

Have you heard about the speech made by U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer on the steps of the United States Supreme Court? In his remarks, Senator Schumer issued clear threats against two seated Justices of the Court, and against the American

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TPS60: The American Utopia

March 6, 2020

Is America fundamentally unfair? Is the 2020 Election just about who can make America fair for those who are hurting? Tune in this week as we talk about these questions in light of the 2020 Election and the issue of

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TPS60: The First President and the Next President

February 28, 2020

Did George Washington believe in God? Does it matter? The History Channel seems to think the answer is no and that is the message they are sending into living rooms and classrooms across the land. Tune in this weekend and

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TPS60: Our 40 Year Anniversary Tribute

February 21, 2020

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the American Policy Roundtable, founded in 1980. What does it look like to reflect on the past 40 years? More importantly, what does it look like to look ahead to the next 40

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TPS60: Does Sex Make Us Human?

February 13, 2020

The title of today’s broadcast is a trick question, in essence a mental trap. The use of the question “Does sex make us human?” is intended to help every American become aware that the United States Supreme Court believes this

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TPS60: March for Jesus

February 7, 2020

Despite all the divisions in the country and in the church, could it be possible for a group of people to come together publicly to proclaim the Lordship of Jesus Christ? Tune in today as we talk with special guest,

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TPS 60: The Bait and Switch 2020 Edition

January 31, 2020

What is the old bait and switch in politics? It happens every election season. Not only do politicians tell us one thing and do another but political parties try to use people, even pastors and religious leaders. How can you

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TPS60: The Issue is Life / Life is the Issue

January 24, 2020

This week we are re-airing one of our most important broadcasts of The Public Square®. You will hear from almost every person who works for the American Policy Roundtable. Most people believe that a change in the U.S. Supreme Court

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TPS60: The Chicken War

January 17, 2020

Chick-Fil-A is the third largest restaurant chain in America and made recent headlines over their decision to end financial contributions to the Salvation Army and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. What happened here? What can we learn from both sides of

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TPS60: How to Stop a Civil War

January 10, 2020

The Atlantic Monthly dedicated their December 2019 edition to the discussion of “How to Stop a Civil War.” The American system of government was designed to be incredibly flexible. But as the first Civil War proved, there is a point

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TPS60: Hope in 2020

January 3, 2020

Where does hope come from? Tune in today as we talk about hope despite life’s most difficult seasons. Sherry Eyssen of The Public Square® shares a powerful testimony of hope. The team brings a report on the latest monthly update,

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TPS60: Why are We Killing Ourselves?

December 26, 2019

Life expectancy in the U.S. has fallen again. Researchers are now placing the blame on “despair deaths”, especially among young people. Why is this important research not being talked about on every media outlet and from every American pulpit? We’ll

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1783, Part II

December 19, 2019

Tune in for the exciting conclusion of Christmas In America 1783 Part II on The Public Square®! It’s so good you’ll have to listen to both parts again! Don’t miss this special Christmas edition of The Public Square® as we

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1783, Part I

December 12, 2019

 The year is 1783 and the War for Independence has been won. General George Washington has one last promise to keep: to come home for Christmas. Please join in the celebration of Christmas in America 1783 on The Public

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1946

December 5, 2019

Join us as we re-air one of our favorite editions of Christmas In America. Travel back to 1946 when Harry Truman was President, the most deadly War the world had ever witnessed was finally over, and when Frank Capra pitched

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TPS60: A Charlie Brown Christmas

November 27, 2019

Do you remember watching the Charlie Brown Christmas special on television when you were a kid? Remember that tiny Christmas tree, the kid with the blanket, everyone’s favorite beagle, and the message of hope spoken from a child? This week

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TPS60: Thanksgiving 2019

November 22, 2019

Why Thanksgiving? The Pilgrims began it all in 1621. John Hancock called for such a day in 1783. George Washington called for a national observance in 1789. Following Washington’s example, Abraham Lincoln and Congress made it an official holiday in

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TPS60: First — The Leadership of George Washington, Part II

November 14, 2019

Why Washington? Did the Congress pull his name out of a hat? Or was it something more? Should POTUS #1 be considered as a valid example of leadership in the 21st century? Tune in this week to the next episode

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TPS60: First — The Leadership of George Washington, Part I

November 8, 2019

Was anyone ever elected President of the United States by a unanimous vote of the entire Electoral College? This week we are unveiling a special project that has been in the making for several years. The title of the project

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TPS60: Is America on the Brink of Civil War?

November 1, 2019

Is America on the brink of Civil War? Sounds grim, but let’s take a look at what a leading University has to say. Is it revival, renewal or is it too late? Tune in today to hear this dynamic conversation,

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TPS60: Millstones

October 25, 2019

 We recently heard a pastor say on a Sunday morning: “For years people in the Church have been lectured on tolerance. Now, when it comes to matters of sexuality it appears that there is no tolerance for anyone who

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TPS60: Washington to the Rescue

October 18, 2019

Exhausted by the endless partisan warfare on the impeachment front? Can Washington help us here? George Washington that is. Join in this week’s conversation on The Public Square® as we take a refreshing look back upon the life and lessons

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TPS60: Climate Change, Impeachment, and Forgiveness

October 11, 2019

This week on The Public Square® we are tackling several news stories. Don’t miss this dynamic conversation on the Supreme Court, the “Greta Factor,” an impeachment update, and a story on forgiveness out of Texas. Tune in today! Resources: Flight

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