FL News Podcasts

TLI: Schools Increase Cutbacks of School Nurses

05.31.12 | Cecil Van Houten

Blurb: The battle for shrinking school budget resources has a new front – the nurses office. More and more school districts are cutting back or cutting completely in-building nursing services. What are the implications? How high a value is placed on that position relative to teaching ...

Inside Out 247: Friends Who Fall Away

05.30.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Have a friend who has walked away from faith? Join us for a conversation with Ashley Moore, author of the blog post: “Saving Thomas: What happened when I tried to drag a friend back to Jesus.”

FL News: Michael Shoemaker: A Wounded Soldier's Story

05.28.12 | Sarah Harnisch

More then 1.2 million Americans have died since the Revolutionary war in 1775. Tens of millions more have been wounded. A 24-year-old soldier stationed in Kandahar, Afghanistan named Michael Shoemaker was critically wounded a month after he arrived. His family received a call March 29th, 2012 that ...

Ex Governor Cracks Down on Elder Abuse

05.28.12 | Bob Price

Ex Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating discusses the rise in elder abuse in this country and what can be done to stop it. Keating now heads the American Bankers Association and wants citizens to know what the red flags are.

FL News: Capital Connection: The Fight to Save Marriage

05.25.12 | Bob Price

Jason Mcguire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms and Michael Gere with the Pennsylvania institute talk about the fight to save marriage

TLI: Spotlight on Pennsylvania

05.24.12 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Ralph Kerr of the Teaching and Learning Institute talks with Cecil about the budget concerns across the state of Pennsylvania. Since passing legislation similar to New York's property tax cap in 2006, the state has already gone through the process of tightening budgets, cutting staff and ...

Inside Out: 246: Cost-Effective Compassion

05.23.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

How do we decide where to send our “compassion dollars?” Join us to hear from Dr. Bruce Wydick, author of the article “Cost-Effective Compassion: The 10 Most Popular Strategies for Helping the Poor.”

Fl News: Macedon, NY man teaches financial Literacy for Families

05.22.12 | Bob Price

Greg Coutant from Macedon, NY has a unique ministry to teach financial literacy to families. He shares with Family Life why money management matters so much

Capital Connection : Education Reform in NY and PA

05.18.12 | Bob Price

This week on Capital Connection, Jason Mcgwire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms and Michael Geer with The Pennsylvania Family Institute discuss Education Reform efforts in Albany and Harrisburg

TLI: Results of NYS School Board/Budget Voting

05.17.12 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Ralph Kerr of the Teaching and Learning Institute talks with Cecil about the voting across New York state this past Tuesday for the election of school board members and budgets. Overall, most budgets passed except in the cases of districts that tried to override the states’ 2.6% property tax ...