The James Allen Show is "redefining political talk". While covering many of the same topics that most other radio shows cover, The James Allen Show does so in a different fashion by attempting to bring questions of political theory, ethics, and philosophy to bear on the current political and cultural issues in order to inform, educate, and give perspective to our audience. A presuppositional approach to the issues of the day is the goal, with the idea that if there is agreement on what is more basic, then there can be agreement on what is less basic, and greater unity and preservation of our great Republic can be achieved.
The James Allen Show has partnered with likes of The Heritage Foundation, The Goldwater Institute, and The Hoover Institute and has been blessed to interview many great conservative thinkers such as Walter Williams, Dinesh D’souza, Jonah Goldberg, Mark Stein, Mathew Spalding, Joseph Postell, & Stephen Mansfield, among many others.
The James Allen Show has also received credible praise from Hugh Hewitt, Dennis Prager, and Rep. Thaddeus McCotter as well as being written about in Human Events, Modern Conservative, and Intellectual Conservative.
James Allen holds degrees in Political Science, Religion and Applied Ethics, and certificates in Civic Education and International Relations.
A new cornerstone piece on public education by Allison Benedikton on Slate.com titled, "If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person," was shocking but consistent and clearly revealed that liberals value the word “education,” as long as the word “public,” precedes it.
1. Borders: Let’s be honest, wars can be settled through diplomatic rational discussion. Foreign policy is just based on fear, and we all know neo-cons use that fear to get elected. If we just leave people alone, all the money saved on immigration reform and border security could subsidize more time off work to protest, and then Tibet can finally be free.
To many, Father’s Day is either a joyous occasion or a time to mourn, possibly even a time to ignore what the holiday represents.
Strobridge Elementary School in Hayward, California is hosting a gun buyback program for kids. What a great way to get unwanted guns off the street, not to mention a great way to get guns out of the hands of minors.
How refreshing it is it in life when a misunderstanding or conflict occurs, and the ancient tradition of honesty is practiced. It is shocking!
This week has revealed without a doubt that the Obama administration have three political scandals that the masters of spin cannot ignore.
On the surface, stories like the Keystone pipeline being compared to presidential decisions to end slavery immediately appear to violate our American common sense.
House Resolution 36 brought to the floor by Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Cal) outlines the disparate impact that climate change has on women, which could even drive women to “transactional sex” (prostitution) for survival.
In the 2010 elections, Arizona has the chance to be an important part of the Republican take-back of Congress, providing the opportunity to flip five House seats to the type of conservative Republicans the country needs.
The Republican Party is in serious trouble if its leadership continues the habit of disparaging conservative tea-party candidates. This is one reason why I believe people have become disillusioned, left the Republican Party and are looking for a third party that represents their values, no matter how damaging this may be when it comes to defeating Democrats in the general election. November 2010 could be either a sweeping and historic conservative victory or a permanent and perhaps fatal blow to the Republican Party establishment.
Glenn Beck's Restoring America rally was a pleasant surprise. All great leaders have something in common: their belief in a transcendent being called God.