Bob with Steffan Tubbs and Matt Bevin with a liberal

This is the show from Monday, May 21st, 2018

SUMMARY:

After the latest school massacre, Bob Enyart called into a competing Denver radio show to talk about the Texas murders with Steffan Tubbs on KNUS. We air that 3-minute call and then we also air an 8-minute reply from Kentucky (not Oklahoma, as Bob accidentally said on the air) governor Matt Bevin, to a liberal about a previous school shooting. Bob then mentions that kgov.com/debate has been updated with the DVD of his sparring with Hollywood celebrities including Jimmy Kimmel, Bill Maher, rapper Sisqo, Donny Osmond, Martin Short, Judd Nelson, and pornographer Larry Flynt. And lastly, Bob discusses the Chilean sexual abuse victim, who is now homosexual, claims that Pope Francis told him during their meeting at the Vatican the previous month that, "God made you like this and loves you like this and... the pope loves you like this. You have to be happy with who you are." Juan Carlos' report is consistent with Francis' documented fondness for homosexuals. Actually though, it wasn't God, but pedophile priest Fernando Karadima, who made Carlos gay. Male homosexuals reproduce sexually by molesting boys. Next, Juan will likely be victimized yet again, this time when Francis denies the report, effectively calling Carlos a liar. (This will follow the Vatican's recent dispute of the elderly Italian journalist's report that the Pope denied the existence of hell.)





Today's Resource: Have you seen the Government Department at our KGOV Store? We are featuring our classic God's Criminal Justice System seminar and our important videos God and the Death Penalty, Live from Las Vegas, and Bob on Drugs DVDs, and our powerhouse Focus on the Strategy resources!The death penalty is at the heart of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Bible is a criminal justice textbook. Won't vs. Can't: Public policy should prioritize deterrence over interference. Human beings are almost infinitely creative. Thus, a government's top priority should be making it so that people won't commit crime rather than that they can't commit crime. See this at kgov.com/crime.