Steve Bosell is reassured by Pastor William Rennick that a house guest, Dave Kaig (or Kaigal) and his wife are in a "solemnized" marriage even though they were married in The Church of the Flying [...]
Jeb Bush dropping from the presidential race is discussed by Conservatives of Kern County Chairman Larry Grover, who's out golfing with Frank Grey to raise money for his organization. Father [...]
Phil and David G. Hall get into it when David tells Phil that offering the Milwaukee Lions for free on Thanksgiving is like "turning" him "out." Pastor William Rennick leads a prayer breakfast in [...]
It's the debut of Lloyd Bonfide, Mouth Siren Cop, who gives safety tips for driving during the holidays even as he has a hard time turning over his bike's engine. Pastor William Rennick says that [...]
Phil talks with Jay Santos about the Citizens Auxiliary Police efforts at getting guns off the street, including "the spread," "the flare-out," "the fan-out," and "the hustle." Later Pastor [...]
We feature Pastor William Rennick's wife, Clara Bingham, who insults overweight children in order to get them to cry to their parents about it. From June 2005.
Margaret singing "Walking in Memphis" highlights the show with the entire panel joining in at shows end. Meantime, Professor Emory Clayton, Pastor William Rennick, Clara Bingham, and Mavis [...]
Band leader Johnny Otis was white but everyone thought he was black
Johnny Otis, a white guy that became black and had a few hit records….
Pastor William Rennick rails against the dancing and mugging baby fad in commercials. Doug Dannger reviews the doc "The 50 Scariest Movies You've Never Seen" and weighs in on whether or not elves [...]