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National Prayer Network


By Rev. Ted Pike

Talk show hosts:

Last winter Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt defied the ethics establishment of the Air Force and Navy, headed by Rabbi Arnold Resnikoff. He demanded that Christian chaplains once again be allowed to pray in public, “in Jesus’ name.” Rabbi Resnikoff, ethics consultant to the Air Force, persuaded both the Air Force Academy and Navy to ban such “discrimination.” (See, “Correction: Speech not Free at Air Force Academy.”)

Now the Air Force is trying to court martial Klingenschmitt, primarily for having prayed “in Jesus’ name!”

This is a critical free speech issue, vital to the survival not only of free speech, but free speech talk radio.

Below is Chaplain Klingenschmitt’s appeal to talk show hosts. Please heed his request and book him now!


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