Mike Kerr of Hear the Watchmen joins us to discuss events in his home state of California and two upcoming conferences—a virtual one next weekend, and a live event in Orange County, just outside Los Angeles, November 5-8.
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies were seriously hurt Saturday night when they were shot in the head in an apparent ambush. Protesters later blocked the entrance to the hospital’s emergency room, chanting, “We hope they die.”
New CDC data suggests the COVID-19 death count may be inflated, while the New York Times reports that “standard tests are diagnosing huge numbers of people who may be carrying relatively insignificant amounts of the virus.”
Hurricane Laura will make landfall near the Texas-Louisiana border tonight as o dangerous Category 4 storm. Forecasters describe the storm surge as “unsurvivable” and predict sustained winds of up to 145 miles per hour.
Millie Weaver, a filmmaker and contributor to InfoWars.com, was arrested with her partner and younger brother Friday. According to Heavy.com, the arrest stems from a dispute with Weaver’s mother in April that was resolved months ago.
Archaeologists have been investigating some mysterious, huge piles of rock overlooking the Valley of Rephaim near Jerusalem. They’ve been tentatively dated to about the time of Isaiah and Hezekiah, but that’s just a guess.
Messianic Rabbi Zev Porat joins us via Skype to explain how atheist and Muslim judges in Israel recently ruled against the anti-missionary group Yad L’Achim and inadvertently opened the door for the gospel.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler was tear-gassed with rioting protesters early Thursday. Meanwhile, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot accused President Trump of sexism while gangs of armed boys as young as 10 have carjacked 16 vehicles in the Windy City over the last month.