New York’s Jason McGuire on Voice of the Nation


Voice of the Nation

Family Values Blog Talk Radio

This Thursday Live at 2pm PST

On Thursday: Voice of the Nation will be giving updates on what is happening on the marriage front including the start of the People’s Veto in Maine, and the newest fight opening up this week in New York.  Joining us this week to talk about the situation in New York is Jason McGuire, Legislative Director at  New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedom and Chief Operating Officer of the NYFRF (NY Family Research Foundation).

Jason served as a pastor for eleven years but felt compelled to leave the pulpit to represent families and Christian values at the state level.  He currently works to influence and support legislators and family friendly legislation through the NY Assembly and Senate.

In the face of a culture that is becoming overtly secular and hostile to religious values, Jason believes that Christian churches must speak up concerning the moral issues with which our culture is contending.  Jason and his wife Lorenne were married in 1996 and have four children.

Open Chat and Call lines: We’ll be taking your questions via online chat during the show and if you want to ask your own questions, feel free to call in!  347- 215-6801.


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  1. KingM said,

    May 13, 2009 at 4:10 pm

    “In the face of a culture that is becoming overtly secular and hostile to religious values…”

    Are Christians a persecuted minority or the majority who should be able to establish laws and public policy? Let’s get the story straight, then go out to convince the world.

  2. beetlebabee said,

    May 13, 2009 at 4:31 pm


    It’s both the majority and the threatened. Maintaining constitutional and family principles in government requires effort. As Mr. Beetle loves to point out, it’s like the laws of thermodynamics. The natural state of things is chaos, it takes quite a bit of effort to keep the chaos from overtaking order.

    There are many instances where leaders in government are not in line with the values and goals of the people. It takes work to root out the chaos, and return things to proper order.

    I’m sure we can agree on that point, even if we don’t necessarily agree on what “order” looks like.

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