FACT Report

The FACT Report is a one-minute radio commentary on events that impact life, the family and religious liberty in Tennessee.

The FACT Report is heard weekly on the Bott Radio Network stations list, including Memphis on WCRV 640 AM and 100.7 FM, Nashville on WCRT 1160 AM and WECV 89.1 FM, Clarksville on 99.5 FM, Dickson on 91.5 FM, Gallatin on 93.9 FM, and Lebanon on 101.9 FM. (Full station list below)
  • Is Resisting Refugees Enough? (November 25, 2015)

    As Congress and state governors resist the influx of Syrian refugees for fear that some may be Islamic terrorists from whom we need to protect ourselves, we might do well to consider Nahum’s prophesy of Nineveh’s destruction. Nineveh was a great city, thought to be impregnable because of its great walls.

    However, as prophesied, it was destroyed, not because its defensive fortifications were weak, but because of its immorality.

    If America is deserving of God’s judgment, and it’s hard to believe we’re not, then our efforts to protect ourselves from terror will not matter if that is God’s means of bringing about our destruction. The only thing that will save us is repenting from our evil ways and a kind of repentance that leads us to resist and replace the immoral laws that have allowed unrighteousness to flourish.

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  • Colleges Reap What They Sow (November 18, 2015)

    The recent protests by college students that resulted in university administrators and faculty members quitting are a classic case of reaping what one has sown.

    Students have been steeped in relativism. Relativism, by definition, questions anything that purports to be authoritative, and, of course, nothing can be authoritative if there is no source of authority. Consequently, today’s public universities and “elite” private colleges implicitly, if not explicitly, teach students to question all sources of authority.

    Thus, university leaders can’t really assert any legitimate authority over their students but can only assert an authority grounded in power and will. But if power is the basis for their authority, then how can they criticize students for asserting their power against them?

    College campuses are in chaos, and their leaders don’t even realize that what they’ve been teaching is the reason.

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  • What You Can Do For Liberty (November 11, 2015)

    Since the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex “marriage,” many have expressed a sense of resignation—the Court has ruled and there is nothing we can do about it. Many politicians have told us that there is nothing that can be done.

    But that’s just not true. It is not a question of whether something can be done to fix the Supreme Court’s tyrannical usurpation of state’s rights, but whether we the people will demand that our elected officials do what can be done.

    That is why the Family Action Council of Tennessee launched its Reclaiming Our Liberty initiative, which you can find at our website or on Facebook. It lays out steps you can take now to demand that our state legislators resist the Supreme Court’s decision and take up the cause of liberty when they return in January.

    Reclaiming Our Liberty

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  • Reclaiming Liberty from the Court (November 3, 2015)

    Many Americans don’t realize the close connection between the Supreme Court’s rulings this summer on Obamacare and same-sex “marriage.”  In the Obamacare ruling, the Court acted like a legislative body to add words to the Obamacare statute, saying the words “state exchanges” in the statute should include the words “or federal exchanges.” On marriage, the Court acted like a legislative body by telling states they had to substitute the words “two parties” for the statutory words “man and a woman.”

    Courts cannot make law, but that is what our Supreme Court is doing—and Congress and our state legislatures need to stop them. Otherwise unelected judges will continue to overrule the will of the people.

    Find out how you can take back your government from the Court. Go to our “Reclaiming Our Liberty” initiative on the web and on Facebook.

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  • Is Paul Ryan the Best Choice for Speaker? (October 28, 2015)

    Congressman Paul Ryan recently said he would serve as Speaker of the U.S. House if it would delete the rule that allows one member to make a motion to oust the Speaker. In other words, party unity may be more important to him than being fully accountable to the members who delegate authority to him as Speaker.

    Those who don’t understand authority often unwittingly set themselves up for a loss of freedom by not providing sufficient checks [and balances] on those to whom they delegate authority, and the House’s so-called Freedom Caucus may be doing just that.

    Congress’ problem isn’t a lack of unity as much as it is the fact that members have allowed themselves to be placed under leaders who become tyrants.

    Reducing accountability may be a good way of winding up back where we started –under a tyrannical Speaker.

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The FACT Report is heard weekly on these Bott Radio Stations.

Memphis –  WCRV 640 AM & 100.7 FM
Nashville WCRT 1160 AM
Nashville WECV 89.1 FM
Clarksville 99.5 FM
Dickson 91.5 FM
Gallatin 93.9 FM
Lebanon 101.9 FM

And on Appalachian Radio Group stations.

Kingsport WPWT 870 AM / 100.7 FM
  WHGG 1090 AM

Our Mission: To equip Tennesseans and their public officials to effectively promote and defend a culture that values the traditional family, for the sake of the common good.