Mark recently sat down with Bill Martinez on his nationally syndicated conservative talk show.

According to Bill’s website, their “mission is to keep you informed of what’s happening in your world.  And to present a forum that allows us to talk about the two things we have been told to never talk about Politics and Religion.

“Experience demonstrates that if done in earnest and truth, both subjects should reinforce and advance our culture in a positive way.  The lie is that these are mutually exclusive and in conflict.

“In the absence of fact, opinion rules.  It seems that the one who is loudest wins the argument.  No it just means they are loud and wrong. Our culture has been bombarded more by opinion than fact, and my question is, ‘How’s that working for you, and all of us?’ As Ronald Reagan has said, ‘Facts are stubborn things.'”

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About The Author

Nancy French

Nancy French is a three-time New York Times best-selling author. Her most recent books include a collaboration with Sarah Palin on her new book Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas and with famous Chinese dissident Bob Fu on his book God’s Double Agent: The True Story of a Chinese Christian’s Fight for Freedom. Other books include Home and Away: A Story of Family in a Time of War which she co-authored with her husband David French. She also collaborated with Bristol Palin on her book Not Afraid of Life: My Story So Far and with Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson’s A Winning Balance: What I’ve Learned So Far about Love, Faith, and Living Your Dreams. She also wrote Red State of Mind: How a Catfish Queen Reject Became a Liberty Belle. She is the editor of the Faith and Family Channel on Patheos, writes for National Review Online and Rare magazine, and has written in numerous publications, such as USA Today, Parents magazine, and the Philadelphia Inquirer.   She and her husband David have a home in Franklin, Tennessee, where they and their three children attend Zion Presbyterian Church (PCA).