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"Reclaiming the Republic" is now broadcasting on KSBN AM 1230 every Wednesday afternoon from 4:00 to 5:00 pm PST. This is a live format show and we will plan to have time to answer questions and take your comments. We hope you join us in this dialogue.

Listen Live by going to http://ksbn.net/

Reclaiming the Republic is also rebroadcasted on Saturday’s at 1pm for those who missed it on Wednesday. You can stream or listen on air to the rebroadcasting of the Show on Saturday.

To call in during the show dial 844-320-4299

KSBN podcasts

Listen to our 01 February 2017 podcast

Listen to our 08 February 2017 podcast

Listen to our 15 February 2017 podcast

Listen to our 22 February 2017 podcast

Listen to our 01 March 2017 podcast

In this podcast we cite Federalist Papers Articles #'s 14, 40, 45, and 46. We also begin the discussion of the arguement between the Conventionites and Anti-Conventionites.

Listen to our 08 March 2017 podcast

In this podcast we cite Federalist Papers Articles #'s 17, 43, 46, and 78. We had a caller (George) call in and answered our contest correct and won the set of books.

Listen to our 15 March 2017 podcast

In this podcast we cite Federalist Papers Articles #'s 26, 31, and 45.

Listen to our 22 March 2017 podcast

In this podcast we talk to Marc Urbac regarding the Supreme Court taking away our religious freedom and establishing a National Secular Church and his book “BELIEVE, Do We Need a Third Great Awakening.”

Listen to our 29 March 2017 podcast

In this podcast we cite Federalist Papers Articles #'s 48, 78, and 81.

Listen to our 05 April 2017 podcast

In this podcast we cite Federalist Papers Articles # 2, Alexis de Tocqueville Democracy in America, and Joseph Story. We also conclude our conversation with Marc Urbac regarding Supreme Court encroachments upon the Legislative branch by legislating from the bench and violating the First Amendment's "Establishment Clause" by establishing and enforcing the religion of secularism - Anti-Christianity. Here are the Cases discussed on the show and in Marc's book:

1947 Everson v. Board of Education, whereby Hugo Black misinterpreted Jefferson's phrase, "a wall of...

1948 McCollum v. Board of Education, Bible classes were made unconstitutional

1962 Engle v. Vitale, teacher-led prayer was made unconstitutional

1980 Stone v. Graham, the Ten Commandments could not be displayed on the wall of a classroom

1992 Lee v. Weismann, Invocations and Benedictions were made unconstitutional

1999 Sante Fe Independent School District v. Doe, prayer at athletic game is made unconstitutional

Listen to our 12 April 2017 podcast

In this podcast we begin the explanation of republicanism and a Republican Form of government. What this mean and how we deviated from what the framers installed.

Listen to our 19 April 2017 podcast

In this podcast we attempted to close the discussion and explanation of what is republicanism and a Republican Form of government. More specifically what is our Republic’s definition or application of republicanism?  I hoped to close on how we can get back to a Republican Form of government with the States once again but will close on this next week.

We were unable to broadcast live on the 26th of April. G. R. Mobley was arrested and detained by an unhospitable entity that questioned not only his sovereignty to be on the radio but challenged the veracity of his Constitutional thesis and very existence; nevertheless, with quick professional support that rallied to his aide, he has been located, unbound, and set free to lead the “Reclaiming the Republic” once again.

Listen to our 03 May 2017 podcast

We close on the important discussion on republicanism and our "Republican Form of Government" that we are supposed to have in place in every State and yet every State in the union is violating the Constitution at least that I know of... please prove me wrong on this!

Listen to our 10 May 2017 podcast

We identified the reason why the general government and why the States possess bicameral legislation and close on republicanism and a Republican Form of government.

Listen to our 17 May 2017 podcast

We covered Federalist Papers Article # 85 regarding the State legislatures erecting barriers against the encroachments of the national authority.

Important Information from the last show

Marc Alan Urbac contact info:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=marc%20alan%20urbac

Blog:  http://www.marcalanurbach.wordpress.com/

Happy Birthday Maine 15 March 1820

Too bad no one celebrated Maines birthday!

Indivisible Guide 2017

https://www.indivisibleguide.com/

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