320249_10150434854432166_954952326_nIn this episode of The Right War, Liz and Taylor talk with their good friend from Katy, TX – Felicia Winfree Cravens (@somethingfishie) from Free Radical Network. Yes, she was daring enough to go to Austin during the abortion bill debates, and she is on the air giving her impressions about the insanity created by the “burnt orange” liberals in Texas.

The Pint-Sized Pundit is back, and he has a report about his travels – his first trip to Boy Scout resident camp by himself (without his dad in tow.) He also has a few words about a political issue, but it’s obvious he’s not quite back to his typical self – yet. (Give him a break! Still was recovering from camp!)

JeremyDodgeHeadshotThis week’s featured artist is Jeremy Dodge – Featured is Jeremy’s song “Stand Up”, which he describes creating on his site:

I wrote “Stand Up” out of pure concern about where our country and the generations coming up in our nation are going and honest conviction and belief in the possibility that it is not too late for the UNITED States of America. That we can and will “Stand Up” and truly be “a government of the people, by the people, for the people.” In looking at some of the lyrics from my song, “Stand Up”, I wrote:

“There’s somethin’ happenin’ here.
What it is, ain’t exactly unclear.
Politicians with our lives in their hands,
Tellin’ you and me, which way we should stand.
I think it’s time we STOP, hey what’s that sound?
Everybody look what’s goin’ down…”

This is the heart of the song. We Americans have to stop, and really look at what is and has been happening in our nation and government. We must stand up to injustice and unrighteousness and be the strong nation we were founded to be. If I can stand up, anyone can. I’m really hoping and praying that many Americans will join the battle-cry to Stand Up and not back down. We are America.

Jeremy is involved in youth ministry with his wife, Carrie, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In addition to conservative-minded music, he also records Christian music with his wife. All of his music can be found (and purchased), on his site and on iTunes.

Liz Harrison (1720 Posts)