John Zmirak is back to weigh in on how he views neo-conservatism as a step in the wrong direction, and the oddity of Democrats opposing Trump's foreign-policy strategy while he essentially holds their position on America's involvement in the Iraq War.
President and CEO of Prison Fellowship James Ackerman discusses the personal transformations he sees through the organization, as well as his relationship with the reformed Nixon aide Chuck Colson who founded it.
Dr. Marty Makary, bestselling author, surgeon, and Professor of Health Policy at Johns Hopkins, targets the burden of growing health-care costs in America and posits how to fix the system. (Encore Presentation)
From Angel Stadium, Eric interviews baseball legend Darryl Strawberry, who unveils his past of substance abuse and womanizing during his MLB career and how encountering Jesus led to restoration in his life and family.
Bestselling author Jonathan Cahn unveils his latest work wherein he explores mysteries about the Jewish celebration of Jubilee and insights about the rise and fall of nations (including America), current events, and end-time prophecies.
Dr. Sasa tells his story on how he escaped severe persecution and famine in Myanmar, earned his medical degree, and returned to his home country, forgiving his enemies and providing health and hope as the region’s only doctor for 500,000 people.
The esteemed Baroness Caroline Cox discusses fighting for academic freedom, assisting women impacted by Sharia law in the U.K., and providing aid and advocacy to those suffering under military occupation. (Encore Presentation)
The International Spy Museum's historian Vince Houghton shares strange-but-true espionage plans that never got past the strategy session including using live cats as surveillance, strapping bombs to bats, and making a ship out of an iceberg!
Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk expresses his concern that socialism-favoring candidates like Warren and Sanders are becoming more popular, and outlines the rise of intolerance from the Left over the last several decades.
Inspired by her immigrant mother's patriotism and the excitement of her own daughter's first visit to Washington, D.C., Fox News contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy shares her new book about a little girl's adventure inside the U.S. Capitol.
Comedienne Victoria Jackson is back in the studio and creates a very unusual poem about an orange butterfly with help from Eric -- plus, accompanies herself with several songs on her ukulele. (Encore Presentation)
Saturday Night Live alumna Victoria Jackson is in the studio with Eric to celebrate her birthday and to share stories from her early days in show biz, including her encounter with Warren Beatty. (Encore Presentation)
Pro Football Hall of Fame Coach Tony Dungy, and his wife Lauren, an early child educational specialist, share their hearts for the next generation with their new books teaching children about adoption and forgiveness.
Psychologist Leonard Sax applies his expertise to explore Adolf Hitler’s heritage, suggesting that the desire to suppress the Jewish aspect of his ancestry may have been the motivation for his animosity toward the Jewish people. (Encore Presentation)
Autumn Miles leads an organization dedicated to women’s spiritual development; she also challenges us to be transformed into "prayer gangsters," people who are passionate about their faith and loyalty to God.
Eric concludes his interview with president of the Freedom Center and author, David Horowitz, whose latest autobiography aims to bring us face-to-face with the questions as to why we are here and where we are going.
In "Jezebel's War With America," Messianic Jewish radio show host Michael L. Brown writes how today's sexual immorality and permissive abortion attitudes reveal the same spirit of the infamous, murderous seductress in the Bible.
Eric welcomes to the studio Michael J. Murray, who explains the need for visionary leadership in public television for scientific and historical documentaries, children's programming, and high quality educational media.
Greg Laurie tells how a poor boy from Arkansas with a harsh family life became the legendary Johnny Cash, and how the troubled musician navigated the rocky road of redemption. Also, find out how an ostrich nearly killed him!
Over seven million people have attended his Harvest Crusades; now Pastor Greg Laurie is the subject of an upcoming biopic. Not to be outdone, he is also producing a documentary detailing the redemptive story of the iconic Johnny Cash.
Even though we’re wired for friendships, our online connections often disconnect us from genuine relationships. Joe Battaglia aims to relieve our digital fatigue and explores why it’s vital to find true community in a disconnected culture.
Jack Barsky tells the real-life spy story of how he came to America as a Soviet sleeper agent for the KGB, but started enjoying his new life in America so much he dangerously chose to leave his old life behind.
Wink Martindale talks about his six-decade career as a deejay, radio personality, game show host, and television producer -- and shares stories of his close friendship with Elvis, from his first songs to ever air on the radio to his rock star status.
James O’Keefe, the journalist whose undercover videos exposed Planned Parenthood, ACORN and voter fraud across the country, has breaking news of a whistleblower who has revealed suppression of conservative voices on Google.