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Legalized Murder

Bob covers the latest update on Bryan Malinowski's senseless murder by the feds and shows how we are next if justice is not done for this fine and upstanding man in his community who collected coins and dealt small business wise in the selling of guns. The Feds don't want you to sell them and will do anything to stop even stopping your heart from beating. 

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Legalized Murder



The Holy Spirit: A Gift of God's Grace

Today's special Sabbath 7:11 Broadcast is an important one. Grace. Haven't you been told that you are saved by Grace? Grace is a quality of God yet we are taught that it is a state of being...this is a don't miss. 

Beyond Today Program

By the Spirit we are literal heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ. We are part of the God family. God is preparing us to inherit all things.


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Is a Dictator about to Appear in Europe?


Bob Barney delves into the election that has taken place in Europe with Macron, also he discusses who populism benefits and who it does not benefit and goes into detail on the prophetic words of Daniel and in Revelations about the coming beast leader and the events to come when the revival of the Holy Roman Empire occurs. This is a great broadcast to help you know what to look out for as Europe progresses and moves toward the Uniting of the European nations.

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Is a Dictator Coming to Europe?

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Bob Barney: How Government Regulations Are Enslaving Americans

Watching the ongoing clown show in Washington, Americans can be forgiven for asking themselves, “Why did we give this bunch of clowns so very much power over our nation and our lives?” Well, don’t feel so bad, voters. Because you didn’t actually give them that much power. They just took it and then gave it to unelected bureaucrats that are running the entire country!  Listen to Bob Barney explain how this is a form of slavery and tyranny. 



 Government Regulations and Tyranny

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Kennedy's Assassination - Watergate - The Trump Trials - What They Have in Common


After JFK's assassination, 87% of Americans believed Oswald was the sole shooter. What happened? Bob Barney Explains the Deep State connection to the three events and the war on America by the Government.

 Kennedy's Death Watergate and Trump Connection



Do You Believe in the Devil? How about God?


A nationwide survey of adults’ spiritual beliefs, conducted by The Barna Group, suggests that Americans who consider themselves to be Christian have a diverse set of beliefs –but many of those beliefs are contradictory or, at least, inconsistent. The survey explored beliefs about spiritual beings, the influence of faith on their life, views of the Bible, and reactions to faiths other than their own.

The Barna survey asked questions about God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, Satan, and demons.

All 1,871 self-described Christians were asked about their perception of God. In total, three-quarters (78%) said he is the “all-powerful, all-knowing Creator of the universe who rules the world today.” The remaining one-quarter chose other descriptions of God – depictions that are not consistent with biblical teaching (e.g., everyone is god, god refers to the realization of human potential, etc.).

For the other survey items, a four-point opinion scale was used to measure people’s reactions to statements about each spiritual entity.

Four out of ten Christians (40%) strongly agreed that Satan “is not a living being but is a symbol of evil.” An additional two out of ten Christians (19%) said they “agree somewhat” with that perspective. A minority of Christians indicated that they believe Satan is real by disagreeing with the statement: one-quarter (26%) disagreed strongly and about one-tenth (9%) disagreed somewhat. The remaining 8% were not sure what they believe about the existence of Satan.

Although a core teaching of the Christian faith is the divinity and perfection of Jesus Christ, tens of millions of Christians do not accept that teaching. More than one-fifth (22%) strongly agreed that Jesus Christ sinned when He lived on earth, with an additional 17% agreeing somewhat. Holding the opposing view were 9% who disagreed somewhat and 46% who disagreed strongly. Six percent did not have an opinion on this matter.

Much like their perceptions of Satan, most Christians do not believe that the Holy Spirit is a living force, either. Overall, 38% strongly agreed and 20% agreed somewhat that the Holy Spirit is “a symbol of God’s power or presence but is not a living entity.” Just one-third of Christians disagreed that the Holy Spirit is not a living force (9% disagreed somewhat, 25% disagreed strongly) while 9% were not sure.

A majority of Christians believe that a person can be under the influence of spiritual forces, such as demons or evil spirits. Two out of three Christians agreed that such influence is real (39% agreed strongly, 25% agreed somewhat), while just three out of ten rejected the influence of supernatural forces (18% disagreed strongly, 10% disagreed somewhat). The remaining 8% were undecided on this matter.

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Bob Barney: LIBERTY, the Forgotten Freedom

Today we revisit an excellent broadcast by Bob Barney about what the Revolutionary War was really fought over...our liberties. 

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Bob Barney---LIBERTY

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In recent years historians of the American Revolution have become increasingly convinced that political ideas, rather than material interests, were what ultimately led American colonists to fight for independence from Great Britain. During the years preceding the Revolution, Americans explained their resistance to British rule in principled terms. They understood liberty to be something real, valuable, and seriously threatened by British actions that were not merely impolitic but fundamentally unjust. American statesmen contended that certain basic principles had to rule governments, and they developed careful, complex arguments to persuade others, in the colonies and in Britain, that the British government was violating these principles to an extent that prudent, well-informed citizens could not allow. "The American Revolution and the Politics of Liberty" is an account of the political thought of the leaders of the American Revolution, authored by Robert H. Webking. He analyzes in turn the ideas of James Otis, Patrick Henry, John Dickinson, Samuel Adams, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson.