Does the word “food” send you into a rage? Wait until you hear the story of what happened when our guest went to a national training event where one word sent some in the crowd into a rage. Then what is the difference between OCD and being obsessed? Our guest will explain and take your calls. Join us for a great hour of radio.
Join us this hour as we look at the stories making headlines. We speak with a tireless advocate for the pre-born and why she stays the course in the fight for life. We round out the hour on why Critical Theory is such a toxic concept and what one state is doing to offer as an educational antidote. Don’t miss this lively conversation.
Dr. Linda Mintle is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a licensed clinical social worker and national expert on relationships and the psychology of food, weight and body image. With 30 years of clinical experience working with couples, families and individuals, she brings her common sense approach to people who want to live in positive mental health. Dr. Mintle is a best-selling author with 19 book titles to her credit, winner of the Mom’s Choice Award, a national news consultant, featured writer for Beliefnet and hosts her own website.
Dr. Alveda King is the pastoral associate of Priests for Life and director of Civil Rights for the Unborn. She is the daughter of the late slain civil rights activist Rev. A. D. King and his wife Naomi Barber King. During the more than half century of her life, Alveda has worked towards her purpose of glorifying God on this earth by accomplishing many goals. She also consults with the Africa Humanitarian Christian Fellowship, founded by her mentor, Pastor Allen McNair of Believers' Bible Christian Church in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a former college professor, holding a Masters of Arts degree in Business Management. Her undergraduate studies in journalism and sociology helped her to become a published author, the most popular works being her best selling books Sons Of Thunder: The King Family Legacy, and I Don't Want Your Man, I Want My Own. This inspirational collection of Christian testimonies is used at conferences and workshops around the world.
Jonathan Butcher is the Will Skillman Fellow in Education at The Heritage Foundation. He has researched and testified on education policy and school choice programs around the U.S. Jonathan co-edited and wrote chapters in the book The Not-So-Great Society, which provides conservative solutions to the problems created by the ever-expanding federal footprint in preschool, K-12, and higher education. His work has appeared in journals such as Education Next and the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, and in 2018 the Federal Commission on School Safety cited his comments in the commission’s final report. He has appeared on local and national TV outlets, including C-SPAN, Fox News, and HBO’s Vice News Tonight, and he has been a guest on many radio programs. His commentary has appeared nationally in places such as the Wall Street Journal, Education Week, National Review Online, Newsweek.com, and Forbes.com, along with newspapers around the country.