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TPS60: We the People? Part I

March 23, 2018

Are political insiders working to undermine your representation in Congress? Please join us this week as we look at the history of gerrymandering and the current battle over who really speaks for “we the people” all on The Public Square®.

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TPS60: Smoke and Mirrors

March 16, 2018

This week we’ll be joining a live meeting with pastors and community leaders discussing the ramifications of legalized marijuana. What do pastors around the nation think of this policy issue? Take a look at one community with us as we

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TPS60: Only Four People

March 9, 2018

Since 1852 only 32 people have been honored to lay-in-state or with honor in the Capitol Rotunda. Only four have been civilians. In 1998 two Capitol police officers laid down their lives in the defense of the Capitol and were

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TPS60: Parkland Denials, Part II

March 2, 2018

Two guns. Two shooters. Both on the same day, February 14th, 2018 but with two very different results. We all have heard of the school shootings in Parkland, Florida. But have you heard about what happened in Amarillo, Texas? We

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TPS60: Parkland Denials

February 22, 2018

All the standard words have been said and repeated across the media. Politicians have all weighed in as well. But what is the truth about the slayings in Parkland, Florida? Could the tragedy have been prevented and can future attempts

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TPS60: Hall of Presidents

February 15, 2018

Who is your favorite president and why? In honor of President’s Day we are taking a look at some of the most influential presidents throughout America’s history. What are some of the most significant accomplishments from our country’s presidents that

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TPS60: What Does Civil War Look Like?

February 9, 2018

If we were around in 1860 and looking into the U.S. House and Senate what would we see? Would it look like the House divided we saw during President Trump’s State of the Union Address? This week on The Public

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TPS60: Blame and Shame: The Cure

February 2, 2018

Has the era of Donald Trump caused the Church to retreat from the arena of public policy? Are pastors afraid to obey the Scriptures and pray out loud for those in authority, for fear that a congregant will take offense?

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TPS60: The Blame and Shame Game

January 26, 2018

Is the U.S. Senate the most corrupt branch of the government? Is that possible? Please join us for an exclusive story that will uncover a 100 year old scandal this week on The Public Square®. Release Date: Friday, January 26,

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TPS60: The Politics of Shame

January 19, 2018

Will Oprah Winfrey be the next President of the United States? To the surprise of many, the 2020 campaign began this month at the Golden Globe Awards. The team takes a look at the three year journey ahead this week on

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TPS60: Up in Smoke

January 12, 2018

People are dropping dead from drug addictions every day in America. Yet the hottest campaign issue of 2018 is legalizing more drugs. Are we missing something here? Join in the discussion this week on The Public Square® as we tackle

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TPS60: Jesus and Taxes

January 5, 2018

Tax reform is done; but is it really done well? We take a look at what Congress has been up to and talk about taxes from a biblical point of view on this week’s edition of The Public Square®. Release

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TPS60: How Safe are the Highways?

December 28, 2017

Is drunk and drugged driving a real issue in America? Tune in this weekend to a special interview with Mothers Against Drunk Driving National President, Colleen Sheehey-Church. What are the real statistics behind this issue and how does it impact

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1950, Part II

December 21, 2017

Part Two of Christmas In America on The Public Square® travels back to the year 1950 where we continue our conversation on the life of C.S. Lewis. How is the life of Lewis and the Inklings still impacting culture today?

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1950, Part I

December 15, 2017

It is finally here…Christmas in America 1950! Join us as we travel back to 1950 and discover a land where it was always winter but never Christmas. In Part One you will hear the back story of Clive Hamilton, an

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1946

December 1, 2017

Join us as we re-air one of our favorite editions of Christmas In America. Travel back to the 40’s when Harry Truman was President, the most deadly War the world had ever witnessed was finally over, and when Frank Capra

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TPS60: A Charlie Brown Christmas

November 22, 2017

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: We the Stressed-Out-People

November 17, 2017

The American Psychological Association just published a report and guess what? Their research interviews with over 3,000 people and confirms that we the people are more stressed out about the direction of the nation, than any other issue. Should we

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TPS60: The Johnson Amendment Mess

November 10, 2017

It all started with an angry Senator in 1954. Today the free speech and religious liberties of the nation are subjected to the bullying oversight of the IRS. Congress says they are trying to address the Johnson Amendment, but is

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TPS60: To Whom Much is Given…

November 3, 2017

Is being grateful to be an American going out of style? Where will the current tide of protest lead? Join us around the table this week as we turn our thoughts toward what it means to be thankful. “To whom

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TPS60: A Brick for the Teacher

October 27, 2017

A fourth grade teacher is hit in the face with a brick and dragged into the street and beaten. The offense? Taking a cell phone from a student. The alleged perpetrator? The fourth grade student’s mother. It happened in Pittsburgh

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TPS60: Mandalay Bay, MacGyver & Mockingbirds

October 20, 2017

Health care, casino gambling and To Kill a Mockingbird. It’s a news round up this week on The Public Square®. What did Donald Trump and Rand Paul do to Obamacare, why is the Mandalay Bay Casino hiding the facts, and

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TPS60: We the Distracted…

October 12, 2017

So where is your cell phone – right now? A recent study reveals that on average cell phone users touch their phones 2,167 times per day. Believe it or not? We take on the tech giants again this week on

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TPS60: Crushed Candy

October 6, 2017

“Gambling and good government don’t mix.” We’ve said this for a long time, but why? Tune in today to hear a historical background on casino gambling in America, how it impacts public policy and some personal stories from around the

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TPS60: The Greater Truth

September 29, 2017

Tired of the news that divides us? There is good news that unites us and that is the focus of this week’s episode. Please join in the conversation as we unveil the storyline for this year’s LIVE edition of Christmas

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TPS60: God Uses Storms, Part II

September 22, 2017

There are still big storms out there and earthquakes too. Is God still working, here and abroad and even in Washington, D.C.? Tune in for an encouraging update on God Uses Storms Part 2 this week on The Public Square®.

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TPS60: God Uses Storms

September 18, 2017

Why do bad things, like two hurricanes, happen to good people? This is one of the hardest questions to answer of all time. Tune in today as we unpack how God uses storms in our lives. Plus, don’t miss the

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TPS60: The Circle

September 8, 2017

Have you seen the movie, The Circle? How much power do Tech Giants like Facebook, Google, Apple and others really have over our homes and businesses? Tune in today as we unveil The Circle on The Public Square®. Additional Episodes

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TPS60: The Circle

Have you seen the movie, The Circle? How much power do Tech Giants like Facebook, Google, Apple and others really have over our homes and businesses? Tune in today as we unveil The Circle on The Public Square®. Additional Episodes

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TPS60: Mottos and Monuments, Part III

September 1, 2017

Is there an answer to Antifa and the violence in the streets? Join special guest Professor William B. Allen for a conversation that leads to hope for America this week on The Public Square®. Resources: Video: Oldest Monument to Columbus

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TPS60: Mottos and Monuments, Part II

August 25, 2017

Should Americans go to war over statues? How do we look at the current battle over monuments in the light of a Biblical worldview? Tune in this week to join the historic conversation right here on The Public Square® and

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TPS60: Mottos and Monuments, Part II

Should Americans go to war over statues? How do we look at the current battle over monuments in the light of a Biblical worldview? Tune in this week to join the historic conversation right here on The Public Square® and

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TPS60: The Story of Dunkirk

August 18, 2017

The movie is a blockbuster hit. The true story is even better. Please join us this week on The Public Square® for a refreshing conversation about a real miracle. In a time when real Nazis were trying to take over

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TPS60: The Story of Dunkirk

The movie is a blockbuster hit. The true story is even better. Please join us this week on The Public Square® for a refreshing conversation about a real miracle. In a time when real Nazis were trying to take over

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TPS60: A Letter from Your Doctor

August 11, 2017

Did John McCain end the health care debate? Is America doomed to Obamacare? Tune in this week for an enlightening conversation on health care in America and where we go from here. Our special guest is Dr. Charles McGowen who

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TPS60: A Letter from Your Doctor

Did John McCain end the health care debate? Is America doomed to Obamacare? Tune in this week for an enlightening conversation on health care in America and where we go from here. Our special guest is Dr. Charles McGowen who

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TPS60: Mottos and Monuments, Part I

August 4, 2017

When did displaying the 10 Commandments become illegal in America? Where did that vote take place? Join us this week as we look deeper into the debate over religious liberty and free speech on The Public Square®. And please, tell

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TPS60: Rodeo and Juliet, Part II

July 28, 2017

We are continuing a wonderful conversation with our friends Chris and Jan Harris of the Adventures of Rodeo and Juliet. Hear more about their stories in the world of music and ministry. Plus we will debut some of their brand

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TPS60: Rodeo and Juliet, Part II

We are continuing a wonderful conversation with our friends Chris and Jan Harris of the Adventures of Rodeo and Juliet. Hear more about their stories in the world of music and ministry. Plus we will debut some of their brand

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TPS60: Rodeo and Juliet, Part I

July 21, 2017

Tune in this week for a backstage pass with Chris and Jan Harris of the Adventures of Rodeo and Juliet. You’ve seen them on stage at Christmas in America and you’ve heard their music on The Public Square®. Hear Part

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TPS60: Song of Jesus

July 14, 2017

Is it more important to be popular and accepted or to walk in the truth, even if we are rejected by the crowds, the culture and the cool kids? Is rejection a public relations challenge or an inevitable reality for

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TPS60: The God Question with Dr. John Lennox

July 6, 2017

Would you have enjoyed a live lecture by C.S. Lewis? Our guest this week experienced just such a lecture and went on to become a professor himself at Oxford University. Meet Dr. John Lennox, an extraordinary scholar and defender of

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TPS60: Independence Day 1970

June 30, 2017

Happy Independence Day! Join us as we turn back the clock to 1970 and join in an event that was held at the U.S. Capitol to honor America. Our hosts today are Bob Hope, Jimmy Stewart and Pat Boone. We

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TPS60: Independence Day 1970

Happy Independence Day! Join us as we turn back the clock to 1970 and join in an event that was held at the U.S. Capitol to honor America. Our hosts today are Bob Hope, Jimmy Stewart and Pat Boone. We

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TPS60: The American Spirit with David McCullough

June 23, 2017

America’s historian returns this week to The Public Square® to discuss his new book The American Spirit. Please join Dr. David McCullough, author of Truman, John Adams, The Wright Brothers and many more as we discuss the importance of teaching

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TPS60: The American Spirit with David McCullough

America’s historian returns this week to The Public Square® to discuss his new book The American Spirit. Please join Dr. David McCullough, author of Truman, John Adams, The Wright Brothers and many more as we discuss the importance of teaching

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TPS60: Can Christians be Americans?

June 16, 2017

It was religious persecution that drove the earliest settlers to the shores of America. People came here to practice their faith without fear of intimidation, persecution and death. How is it that in the 21st century, leading political figures now

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TPS60: Can Christians be Americans?

It was religious persecution that drove the earliest settlers to the shores of America. People came here to practice their faith without fear of intimidation, persecution and death. How is it that in the 21st century, leading political figures now

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TPS60: The Separation of Church and State, Part II (The American Mission®)

June 9, 2017

Is Christianity still welcome in America? Or has the perversion of the concept of the separation of church and state gone so far that religious liberty is about to perish? This week we take a look at the origins of

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TPS60: 20 Trillion Reasons

June 2, 2017

The federal budget — does it have to be boring? Join us this week for a behind the scenes discussion on how Washington really does the numbers. Find out what a “cut” really means and so much more all this

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TPS60: Memorial Day 2017

May 26, 2017

What if those who fought for the liberties we share had given up when things got tough? Join us this Memorial Day weekend as we celebrate liberty and pay tribute to Medal of Honor recipient Desmond Doss, one of the

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TPS60: The First Amendment and The American Mission®

May 19, 2017

Join us in the radio classroom of The American Mission® brought to you by The Public Square®. In light of recent news regarding the Johnson Amendment and religious liberty, we’re talking about the separation of church and state and the

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TPS60: The Johnson Amendment vs. the First Amendment

May 12, 2017

President Trump’s Executive Order on religious liberty: Promise kept or a false narrative? Join us this week for a unique behind the scenes look at the “Johnson Amendment,” the law that Republicans and religious leaders are afraid to touch. Find

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TPS60: The Idea of Trump

May 5, 2017

The news is ablaze with stories on health care, religious liberty and the presidency. Is Donald Trump succeeding or is that actually the right question? Join in the conversation on “The Idea of Trump” this week on The Public Square®.

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TPS60: The Idea of Trump

The news is ablaze with stories on health care, religious liberty and the presidency. Is Donald Trump succeeding or is that actually the right question? Join in the conversation on “The Idea of Trump” this week on The Public Square®.

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TPS60: The God Win Moment

April 28, 2017

Why did Robert Godwin, Sr. die on Easter Sunday morning? Was his murder a modern day parable that bears a far greater message to America? Tune in today as we unfold the untold story of this tragic event right here

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TPS60: The God Win Moment

Why did Robert Godwin, Sr. die on Easter Sunday morning? Was his murder a modern day parable that bears a far greater message to America? Tune in today as we unfold the untold story of this tragic event right here

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TPS60: The War Letters

April 21, 2017

Today we journey back to the early 1900’s and hear the story of a young man from Canada who left his home and family to serve in the Great War. The story is told by his surviving son, American author

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TPS60: Who Wants to Live Forever?

April 13, 2017

It’s Easter week–a celebration of the events that forever answer the question of true love on Earth. Yet, here in America, a group of famous Hollywood stars and Silicon Valley moguls are conspiring on how to live forever, here on earth.

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TPS60: The Answer or the Question

April 7, 2017

Is President Donald Trump the answer or the question? Tune in as we discuss the recent news on health care reform and the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch. What are the rules of the U.S. Senate about cloture? And how

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TPS60: The Answer or the Question

Is President Donald Trump the answer or the question? Tune in as we discuss the recent news on health care reform and the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch. What are the rules of the U.S. Senate about cloture? And how

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TPS60: They Just Can’t Do It, Part II

March 31, 2017

This edition of The Public Square® could not be MORE important. The President is attacking some of the best public servants in Congress, including our friend Jim Jordan. Does the President know the real score here? Tune in to this

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TPS60: They Just Can’t Do It, Part I

March 24, 2017

Can Washington, D.C. actually fix the nation’s health care problems? What has history taught us? Tune in today as we dive in deep to talk about the history of insurance, what is currently happening on Capitol Hill, and how to

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TPS60: The Future of Health Care

March 17, 2017

What’s the latest with the health care debate on Capitol Hill? Will the Affordable Care Act be repealed? Tune in today as we discuss the latest on health care. Is there a better way? Find out right here on The

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TPS60: The Inspiration of Broadway

March 10, 2017

Music, beauty and More: The Inspiration of Broadway Once again, The Public Square® turns to music to tell the story of America. This time the genre is musical theater, one of our nation’s greatest contributions to the world. The Inspiration

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TPS60: The Inspiration of Broadway

Music, beauty and More: The Inspiration of Broadway Once again, The Public Square® turns to music to tell the story of America. This time the genre is musical theater, one of our nation’s greatest contributions to the world. The Inspiration

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TPS60: The Media

March 3, 2017

Do we have a media crisis in America? Tune in today as we talk about the media this weekend on The Public Square®. How can you help tell true stories in a time where there is so much misinformation all

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TPS60: The Death of Roe

February 24, 2017

Norma McCorvey (“Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade) passed away on February 18, 2017. We’re taking a look back at the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on this case. Since 1973, what has the court’s decision meant for the nation? Where

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TPS60: The Two-Year Presidency

February 17, 2017

We’ve all seen the news. Is this the way America is supposed to work? What is really happening here in the struggle for political power? We are diving deep here on The Public Square®. Does the Bible have anything to

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TPS60: National Prayer Breakfast 2017

February 10, 2017

Did you hear U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black speak at the 2017 National Prayer Breakfast? There have been some amazing speeches over the years to come out of this annual meeting with our nation’s elected officials. Please don’t miss this

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TPS60: National Prayer Breakfast 2017

Did you hear U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black speak at the 2017 National Prayer Breakfast? There have been some amazing speeches over the years to come out of this annual meeting with our nation’s elected officials. Please don’t miss this

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TPS60: Repeal, Replace…What is Real?

February 3, 2017

The time has come for Congress to own up to the disaster called Obamacare, the bill no one bothered to read. Will it fall under its own weight? Will Democrats raise up a single payer plan from the ashes? Will

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TPS60: Who Really Cares about America?

January 27, 2017

Do enough people care about this country to keep us moving in the right direction? Or are people (especially church folk) heading for the exits in fear of the media onslaught on the new Trump Administration? Find out the real

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TPS60: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

January 20, 2017

Does Donald Trump have a chance? Or will his opponents in the U.S. Senate and the Media destroy any hope for real change? Tune in for for a look back to the last Mr. Smith who went to Washington and

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TPS60: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

Does Donald Trump have a chance? Or will his opponents in the U.S. Senate and the Media destroy any hope for real change? Tune in for for a look back to the last Mr. Smith who went to Washington and

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TPS60: Martin Luther King, Jr: The Pastor

January 13, 2017

“I feel someone must remain in the position of non-alignment, so that he can look objectively at both parties and be the conscience of both — not the servant or master of either.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We

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TPS60: What is Greatness?

January 6, 2017

Tune in and find out how we can all help make America great today and everyday in 2017.   Release Date: Friday, January 6, 2017 Direct Download of This Episode Available Here

TPS60: It’s a Wonderful Life

December 30, 2016

“Remember no man is a failure who has friends.” It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946 George Bailey can teach us all a lot about life. Every year we dedicate the last program of December to think about what Frank Capra and

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1915, Part 2

December 22, 2016

Join us for Part Two of Christmas In America 1915 on The Public Square®. This very special edition of The Public Square® was recorded live from Nashville, Tennessee and Medina, Ohio featuring amazing music from Ernie Haase and Signature Sound,

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1915, Part 1

December 16, 2016

Tune in to the radio premiere of Part One of Christmas In America 1915. Join in this annual Christmas celebration on The Public Square® featuring beautiful music from The Heimermann Children’s Choir and Chorale, Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, The Adventures

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TPS60: The Best of Christmas In America

December 9, 2016

A Christmas present from The Public Square® is waiting for you. We’ve put together favorites from five years of Christmas In America programs into a “Best Of” edition. You will hear some of the listener favorites along with a behind

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TPS60: Christmas In America 1946

December 2, 2016

You don’t want to miss this weekend’s edition of “Christmas in America 1946.” Travel back to the 40’s 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 25, 2016

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: Election Debrief and Christmas In America 2016

November 18, 2016

Why did the Founders create the Electoral College? Is it still relevant today? Tune in as we discuss the Electoral College, plus some very exciting news about Christmas In America 2016. Join in the conversation today on The Public Square®

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TPS60: Election Night 2016

November 11, 2016

What just happened? The election is being called historic for a number of reasons. Tune into The Public Square® this weekend and find out why. Join in the conversation with The Public Square® panel and get a behind-the-scenes look at

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TPS60: Election Night 2016

What just happened? The election is being called historic for a number of reasons. Tune into The Public Square® this weekend and find out why. Join in the conversation with The Public Square® panel and get a behind-the-scenes look at

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TPS60: The Bottom of the Barrel

November 4, 2016

Ever heard the term “the bottom of the barrel”? Where did it come from and does it apply to the 2016 presidential campaign? Tune in this week and hear how the panel focuses on this simple question: If we don’t change,

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TPS60: The Supreme Court and the White House

October 28, 2016

What are the presidential candidates looking for in the next Supreme Court justices? How might this issue shape the final days of the Election? Tune in today as we talk about the role of the Court, an election update, and

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TPS60: The Supreme Court and the White House

What are the presidential candidates looking for in the next Supreme Court justices? How might this issue shape the final days of the Election? Tune in today as we talk about the role of the Court, an election update, and

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TPS60: Voter Fraud

October 21, 2016

Voter fraud: is it real or a conspiracy? Who was it that challenged the results of the election in 2000? Could it happen again? This week we tackle the big controversy of voter fraud on The Public Square®. Join in the conversation

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TPS60: The Playground Presidency

October 14, 2016

News reports confirm that this election is driving people into emotional stress, loss of sleep and near depression. How about you? Let’s get together this week on The Public Square® and share the misery and the hope of this truly

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TPS60: Light at the End of the Tunnel

October 7, 2016

Is this election driving you nuts? Lots of people are passing the point of disgust and moving straight to discouragement. Is there any light at the end of this tunnel? Join us this week on The Public Square® and find

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TPS60: Who is The Commission on Presidential Debates?

September 30, 2016

Where did The Commission on Presidential Debates come from and how are they impacting the 2016 race for the White House? Is their process fair to American voters? We take a look at this little known and surprising history and

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TPS60: The Debates

September 23, 2016

How important are the debates? Do they really matter? Tune in today as we take a look at the presidential debates and how they have shaped history. What impact might the 2016 debates have? Join us in the conversation today

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TPS60: Are You Deplorable?

September 16, 2016

Perhaps the one statement of this 2016 Election that will define the race for history…that’s the conversation this week on The Public Square®. Join in the discussion for a fresh perspective on how we can all make a positive impact

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TPS60: Pastors, Politics and Pulpits

September 9, 2016

Can Christians duck this coming election? This special election edition of The Public Square® features interviews with pastors from ground zero in three battleground states: Ohio, Florida and Pennsylvania. What do these pastors think about this upcoming election? What does

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TPS60: America’s Drug Epidemic

September 2, 2016

What is really going on with drug addiction and overdose in America? You’ve probably heard about the heroin epidemic and addiction to prescription pills; perhaps you’ve even been personally impacted by it in some way or another. What’s really happening

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TPS60: The Doctor is In

August 26, 2016

The Doctor is back in the studios of The Public Square®. Join us with special guest panelist, Dr. Charles McGowen, as we discuss the latest on real medicine from the field. What about superbugs and antibiotics? What about the Affordable Health

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TPS60: “If You Can Keep It” with Special Guest Eric Metaxas

August 19, 2016

Lots of people talk about “keeping the republic” but what does that mean, especially in a major election year? Join us this week as we talk with Eric Metaxas about his new book, If You Can Keep It. We caught up

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TPS60: “If You Can Keep It” with Special Guest Eric Metaxas

Lots of people talk about “keeping the republic” but what does that mean, especially in a major election year? Join us this week as we talk with Eric Metaxas about his new book, If You Can Keep It. We caught up

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