Changing Worldviews

Sharon Hughes

ENEMIES WITHIN: #1 Rules for Radicals

August 7, 2017
00:00 29:54

Guest: Audrey Russo, Columnist and Radio Show Host - Part 1 in a mini series on how a Deep State operation operates, and the 'rules' used to sabatogue a nation's government. Saul Alinsky has been the 'mentor' of radical individuals, movements and agendas, including some in the government, including a former U.S. President, and a former First Lady. His book, "Rules for Radicals" is promoted by the National Education Assn. If you want to understand the why behind the what of all that is going on today, this series is for you.


References: 2 Timothy 3:13

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About Changing Worldviews

Exposing the worldviews behind the current issues of our increasingly complex world, with interviews of well-known authors, public policy and pro-family experts, religious leaders and apologists for the faith, in a lively, compelling and informative format.

About Sharon Hughes

Sharon Hughes is the Founder and President of The Center for Changing Worldviews, and 15+ year Investigative Journalist and Talk Radio Host. Saying it like it is on the most critical issues of our day to conferences, on television, and on the radio interviewing well-known authors and film producers, public policy and pro-family experts, and government and religious leaders, Sharon's column has also been published in print media and on numerous online news sites.


In addition, Sharon is the Founder of Relationships Seminars, Co-Leader of Women In Christ, an outreach to women, and Bible Teacher. She has served in various capacities in her church, on community and state boards, and has been the recipient of several Leadership Awards. A wife, mother, and now grandmother, Sharon loves to cook and fly fish with her husband, Duane.

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