Stand in the Gap Today 2/9/17

Fox News commentator and best selling author #ToddStarnes joins the program during the second segmentto discuss his latest book, “‘The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again.” Also, Constitutional Attorney, David New, shares insights on true biblical justice during the latter half of the broadcast. Host: Sam Rohrer

Here’s more on Todd Starnes’ new book:

Published by Frontline, an imprint of Charisma House, and available to order today, as well as other national booksellers, “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again” is full of Starnes’ Southern humor to take readers on a wild literary ride through the culture.

Legendary preacher and cultural leader Franklin Graham said this about the book: “Todd Starnes has a pulse on today’s culture and shines a discerning light on political correctness that has indoctrinated the minds of people from every walk of life. I am grateful the Lord has given Todd a platform that he faithfully uses to declare Christ’s truth.”

In “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again,” Starnes reports from the front lines of the culture war and provides insights on what Americans can do to bring about real and lasting change in our nation.

“The overall theme of my new book is that change may start at the White House, but it finishes at your house,” Starnes said. “Winning was just the beginning. The election is over and the Inauguration regalia is wearing off, but there is still work to do. With the election of Donald Trump, the American people have spoken, potentially saving the Supreme Court and vowing to defend American sovereignty.”

Starnes has been at Fox News Radio for more than a decade. His daily commentary is heard on hundreds of radio stations, and his syndicated column is read by millions. He is a frequent contributor on many Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network programs. Social science researcher George Barna also included Starnes as one of the top media influencers for Evangelical Christians in the 2016 presidential election.

He has covered some of the biggest stories of the past decade—from presidential campaigns to the culture wars—interviewing an array of newsmakers and celebrities. Starnes is also the author of three other books—including “God Less America,” a collection of essays documenting the war on religious liberty—and is the recipient of a regional RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award and the Associated Press Mark Twain Award for Storytelling.


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