On The Show Today


- ObamaCare: Website still not working right, Obama celebrates it getting "better.," New York Times exposes the administration as much more concerned how it effects them and their political lives than how it effects American Citizens, Ezekiel Emmanuel says it's like Facebook or Google launch, Charlie Rangel defends Obama

- Iran: Former NSA director Michael Hayden says "we have accepted uranium enrichment," unnamed US official calls Netanyahu desperate and weak

- Black Friday recap

- McCain junior aide says forget Reagan and lectures GOP on how to win

- NFL rejects ad from firearms company, but takes video games and violent movies

ALSO:

REP. RENEE ELLMERS (NC) - ellmers.house.gov

ObamaCare

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Renee Ellmers was elected to Congress in 2010.  She serves on the House Energy and Commerce committee.

BILLY GOODWIN - NewSongOnline.com

Proceeds from NewSong's single “White as Snow” will benefit Samaritan’s Purse’s Operation Christmas Child on Wednesday and Thursday at NewSongOnline.com

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Billy Goodwin is the guitarist and a lead singer for the band NewSong.

DR. JAMES SCUDDER - FinishStrongBook.com

Dr. Scudder's book “Finish Strong" is out now

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Dr. James A. Scudder trusted Christ as Savior while a senior at the University of Kentucky. Soon after, he was called to preach the gospel and he attended Florida Bible College. In 1971, he, his wife, Linda, and two children Jim and Julie, arrived in Chicago where they started a congregation that would later become the Quentin Road Bible Baptist Church. In 1992, Dr. Scudder realized his vision of reaching beyond the Chicago-land area when the Quentin Road Bible Hour was launched. Dr. Scudder featured his trademark verse-by-verse preaching and kept the Gospel simple by giving his wallet illustration at the end of every sermon. In 1997, Victory In Grace aired its first radio broadcast.  Today, Victory In Grace Ministries continues to reach souls around the world for God’s Kingdom. Whether it’s through a radio or television broadcast in the United States, an orphanage and child-care facility in India, or literature in the dark of prisons, they desire first and foremost to fulfill God’s call to share His love with the world.