From "Just Leave Us Alone" to "Arrest that Woman!"

Bob & co-host Doug McBurney Roll audio of the homosexual assault on Kim Davis at the County Clerk’s Office in Rowan County Kentucky. And they report on the murder epidemic, and the war on the American Policeman.

* “On God’s Authority”: Bob and co-host Doug McBurney roll audio and report on the hatred for Jesus Christ on display against Kim Davis, Deputy County Clerk in Morehead Kentucky. The homos call for her to be arrested, while she says simply:

I have worked in the Rowan County Clerk’s office for 27 years as a Deputy Clerk and was honored to be elected as the Clerk in November 2014, and took office in January 2015. I love my job and the people of Rowan County. I have never lived any place other than Rowan County. Some people have said I should resign, but I have done my job well. This year we are on track to generate a surplus for the county of 1.5 million dollars.

In addition to my desire to serve the people of Rowan County, I owe my life to Jesus Christ who loves me and gave His life for me. Following the death of my godly mother-in-law over four years ago, I went to church to fulfill her dying wish. There I heard a message of grace and forgiveness and surrendered my life to Jesus Christ. I am not perfect. No one is. But I am forgiven and I love my Lord and must be obedient to Him and to the Word of God.

I never imagined a day like this would come, where I would be asked to violate a central teaching of Scripture and of Jesus Himself regarding marriage. To issue a marriage license which conflicts with God’s definition of marriage, with my name affixed to the certificate, would violate my conscience. It is not a light issue for me. It is a Heaven or Hell decision. For me it is a decision of obedience. I have no animosity toward anyone and harbor no ill will. To me this has never been a gay or lesbian issue. It is about marriage and God’s Word. It is a matter of religious liberty, which is protected under the First Amendment, the Kentucky Constitution, and in the Kentucky Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Our history is filled with accommodations for people’s religious freedom and conscience. I want to continue to perform my duties, but I also am requesting what our Founders envisioned – that conscience and religious freedom would be protected. That is all I am asking. I never sought to be in this position, and I would much rather not have been placed in this position. I have received death threats from people who do not know me. I harbor nothing against them. I was elected by the people to serve as the County Clerk. I intend to continue to serve the people of Rowan County, but I cannot violate my conscience. 

* And Just to be Clear: Pastor Bob hopes Kim Davis and her legal team will consider having her resume issuing marriage licenses, just not homosexual marriage licenses tomorrow morning. She is so courageously risking so much, Kim might as well not blur her actual and only valid defense and go ahead and make more clear what the truth of the matter is, by doing right and even further risking the consequences.

* Chickens Coming Home to Roost: 
After the murder of yet another police officer north of Chicago this morning pastor Bob reminds the audience of his predictions in the ‘90’s that the crime epidemic was merely being postponed during that era of mandatory minimum sentences. And here we are a couple of decades later, and the murder rate is soaring again in cities across the country. (Also, find out why the “politicization” of criminal acts is not necessarily hypocritical).