Talking about the "things that matter most" on Jan. 10
4:00 – The Other Law of Moses: God’s Remarkable Plan for Prosperity
John Kelly is here to take us on an epic journey from Moses to the present, proving that God has given us the tools for prosperity and justice. He shows God's great respect and love for mankind while illuminating His plan for universal freedom and prosperity. Not many know – and it seems that no one has written – that the ancient Israelites were the most prosperous people of their time. Because of a little-known law-within-The-Law, they became the world’s first middle class nation, enjoying freedom and justice. John is author of The Other Law of Moses: God’s Remarkable Plan for Prosperity and joins us today.
4:40 – Kresta Comments
5:00 – Kresta Comments: Ann Coulter Complains That Rick Santorum is “More Catholic Than Conservative”
In her most recent column, conservative bomb-thrower Ann Coulter wrote this: “He is more of a Catholic than a conservative, which means he's good on 60 percent of the issues, but bad on others, such as big government social programs. He'd be Ted Kennedy if he didn't believe in God.” Al has some comments.
5:20 – Supreme Court Case Reignites Indecency Fight in a Digital Age
A potentially landmark Supreme Court case on broadcast indecency may be the beginning rather than the end of a renewed fight over content on TV and radio in an age of almost unlimited media sources. Today the Court is hearing oral arguments in a legal battle between Fox and ABC and the Federal Communications Commission over whether federal indecency regulations are unconstitutionally vague. Media analyst Teresa Tomeo is here to look at the impact this case may have.
5:40 – Film / DVD Reviews: “There Be Dragons” / “The Devil Inside”
Arising out of the horror of the Spanish Civil War, a candidate for canonization is investigated by a journalist who discovers his own estranged father had a deep, dark and devastating connection to the saint's life. It’s the film “There Be Dragons” and is released on DVD today. Steven Greydanus has the review. Also Nick Thomm has a review of the latest Hollywood fascination with exorcism in “The Devil Inside”.