* Bob to Speak at CPC Banquet: If you'll be in Colorado on this day, please join Bob Enyart in Ft. Morgan on Jan. 26th at 6:00 p.m. (doors opens at 5:30) where he will speak for A Caring Pregnancy Center of northeast Colorado! You must pre-register for this $25-a-plate 2012 CPC Banquet by calling 970-842-4324. On today's program after reviewing the latest Tim Tebow news, Bob interviews personhood advocate and the center's executive director Jan Loesch. Founded in 1999 this missions-based ministries operates three centers covering six counties and 9,000 square miles. With this wide open territory, Jan has found a way to reach women in need. "We go to them!"
* Colorado CPC Banquet Opportunities:
- Ft. Morgan: Thursday, Jan. 26th, at 5:30 with dinner at 6:00 p.m. at the Country Steakout! (This is the banquet that Bob is speaking at.)
- Phillips County: Saturday, Jan. 28th, at 5:30 with dinner at 6:00 p.m. at the Phillips Event Center
- Yuma: Sunday, Jan. 29th, at 4:30 with dinner at 5:00 p.m. at the Yuma Community Center
* Reminder: 75% of Iowans at the Caucus Voted for the Five of Six: Five of the top six Iowa Caucus candidates who signed the Personhood pledge combined received 75 percent of the vote! And because those five split the pro-life vote, it's not surprising that Rick Santorum only tied with Mitt Romney rather than trouncing him. And the 75% corroborates the observation by the People for the American Way that, "It is remarkable to realize how, in just a few years… the 'personhood' movement has gone from a fringe effort that had no support to a central part of the Republican presidential primary."
Post-Show Note: Read the extraordinary book, We Won't Get Fooled Again, by Steve Deace and Gregg Jackson! Where the Christian Right went wrong, and how to make America right again.
Today's Resource: See the Groundbreaking Focus 2 Video Focus on the Strategy 2: Learn how to do your part to restore the pro-life movement and to end America’s “legalized” child killing. Focus 2 has cameo appearances from our friends including Notre Dame law professor Charles Rice, Ambassador Alan Keyes, Life Dynamic's Mark Crutcher, American Life League president Judie Brown, and founding board member of Nat'l RTL and Americans United for Life John Archibold.