Dr. Rita Hancock, Christina Villegas, Andrew McCarthy
Air Date March 11, 2013
Hour 1 – Radical Well-Being
Chronic pain, addictive behaviors and obesity can be traced to our emotional health. With a biblical, whole-body approach, Dr. Rita Hancock will give practical advice for finding freedom from unwanted emotions, behaviors, and stress-induced illnesses.
Hour 2 – VAWA – really protective? And Terrorist or Felon – You Decide.
The Violence Against Women Act has just been passed into law again but does it really protect the women and families? Christina Villegas, of the Independent Women’s Forum, will discuss the real legal help needed by victims of domestic violence.
Then former federal prosecutor and national security expert Andy McCarthy will reflect on what we have or have not learned since the bombing of the World Trade Center 20 years ago and whether or not alleged terrorists should be tried in a domestic court.
Dr. Rita Hancock
Rita Hancock, MD, is a board-certified physical medicine specialist with board certification in pain management. She has been in fulltime practice for fifteen years. Currently she serves as the Oklahoma delegate for the Christian Medical and Dental Association, as well as their official spokesperson on matters of diet and nutrition. Dr. Hancock is married to Ed, and they have two children.
Visit the Radical Well-being website for more information.
Christina Villegas is a visiting fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum and is an adjunct professor at California State University, San Bernardino. She holds a Master’s Degree in Politics and is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Institute for Philosophic Studies at the University of Dallas, where she was an Earhart Fellow.
For more information, visit the Independent Women's Forum.
Andrew C. McCarthy III is a former Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York. A Republican, he is most notable for leading the 1995 terrorism prosecution against Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and eleven others. The defendants were convicted of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and planning a series of attacks against New York City landmarks. He also contributed to the prosecutions of terrorists who bombed US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. He resigned from the Justice Department in 2003. He is currently a columnist for National Review.
For more information, visit the National Review Online website.
Janet Parshall has been the recipient of the National Religious Broadcasters on-air radio personality award in 2008 and 2011. In 1988, she was elected to the board of directors and the executive committee of the National Religious Broadcasters. She has authored several books, including her latest, Buyer Beware: Finding God in the Marketplace of Ideas. Parshall and her husband, Craig, live in Virginia, and have four children and six grandchildren.