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  • Great American Race Game

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    Featuring Larry Elder. British film director Martin Durkin plunges into the shark-infested waters of American Race-Politics. In GREAT AMERICAN RACE GAME, Durkin explores a number of awkward questions…
    Has the accusation of ‘racist’ descended into a cheap political slur, used cynically and casua...

  • The Streets Were My Father

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    The Streets Were My Father features the real life journey of three inner-city Chicago men from fatherlessness to gangs, and from life in prison to prison ministry programs that set them on the road to redemption. And lives as productive members of society.
    The Streets Were My Father is an importa...

  • Hope In The Holy Land

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    A timely award-winning documentary on one of the most contested conflicts in the world.

    Todd Morehead, an American Christian with a deep love for Israel, sets off on a journey across the Holy Land to confront his indifference toward the Palestinians and to search for the deeper truths behind one...

  • Biblical Justice Vs. Social Justice

    Salem Media Group Annual Summit Breakfast at the 2021 National Religious Broadcasters Convention, in Dallas Texas. A panel discussion title, “Bible Justice vs. Social Justice,” with Voddie Baucham Jr., Charlie Kirk, and Eric Metaxas, moderated by Dr. Owen Strachan. Topics include Critical Race Th...

  • Wokeness and the Gospel

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    A conference on the new moralism and its incompatibility with the cross.

    SPEAKERS: Dr. Owen Strachan, Darrell Harrison, Pastor Tommy Nelson, Pastor Tom Buck, Pastor Rodney C. Brown, Jr. and Pastor Charles Stolfus.

    Day 1
    Dr. Owen Strachan - 1hr 15m
    Pastor Tom Buck - 1hr
    Pastor Tommy Nelson - 1h...

  • Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words

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    Although Clarence Thomas remains a controversial figure, few know him beyond his contentious confirmation battle. But beyond the headlines, Thomas’ life is a classic American tale: born poor in the segregated South, only to become one of the most influential justices in the highest court in the l...

  • America America: God Shed His Grace on Thee

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    Nick Searcy’s unique new film shows, through engaging cinematography and interviews with well-known authors, political leaders, and commentators, how deeply influential the Bible and Judeo-Christian values were to the founding of the United States of America — and how that influence has steadily ...

  • Before The Wrath

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    Bible scholars continue to debate the timing of the Rapture, but why is such a mysterious event prophesied to happen in the first place? Is there a deeper understanding surrounding this occurrence that we've lost over the millennia that those living in the first-century clearly understood? Altho...

  • Paint The Wall Black

    Juan-Elias Riesco grew Nini’s Deli from its humble origins to #1 in Chicago on Yelp before the Black Lives Matter movement cancelled it in early June 2020. His parents, immigrants from Cuba and Mexico, started the small business. Juan took the reigns during a transitional period in his life, in w...

  • What Killed Michael Brown?

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    It was one of the most talked about events involving a white policeman and a black youth in recent history. Amid a torrent of media reports from CNN and other left-leaning outlets, the name Ferguson came to represent a defining story of unrestrained and overzealous white cop targeting and killin...

  • America’s Forgotten

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    Shot around the world in the USA, India, Middle East, Mexico and Central America; America’s Forgotten reveals the human and material cost of illegal immigration from across the globe to the US. The film focuses on lost American jobs and wages, but especially American lives lost, because of illega...

  • Jim Calhoun: Born to Lead

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    During a career that spanned 40 years as head coach at the University of Connecticut, legendary basketball coach, Jim Calhoun won 873 games and three national championships which puts him in a league with the people like UNC Tar Heels coach Dean Smith and UCLA coaching great, John Wooden. In J...

  • No Safe Spaces

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    Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager travel the country, talking to experts and advocates on the left and right, tour college campuses, and examine their own upbringings to try to understand what is happening in America today and what free speech in this country should look (and sound) like.

  • Uncle Tom

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    A collection of intimate interviews with some of America’s most provocative black conservative thinkers, Uncle Tom takes a different look at being black in America.

  • Mahalia Jackson: The Power & The Glory

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    Her music cut through whatever lay in it’s wake and shackled itself to your soul. Those who witnessed her singing spoke of being taken to a sacred place by the sheer power of her voice. She was Mahalia Jackson, the world’s greatest gospel singer and creator of a musical standard by which all woul...

  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr: Historical Perspective

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    He was the conscience of the struggle for civil rights—and one of its many heroic martyrs. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr: An Historical Perspective offers a one-of-a-kind examination of Dr. King’s extraordinary life. Using rare and largely unseen film footage and photographs, this film -endorsed by ...

  • From Poor to CEO

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    From Poor To CEO is the incredible true story of Herman Cain, where a man comes from a poor and under-educated family and reaches the highest levels of corporate, social and political America.

  • Patterns of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle

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    After leaving Egypt, the Bible describes the Israelites crossing a deep sea that was miraculously split with walls of water on their right and left. When the Egyptians and their chariot force pursued, the water came crashing back down to destroy the entire army. Are miracles of this kind even pos...