Do not trust in princes, in mortal man, in whom there is no salvation. - Psalm 146:3

INTERVIEWS

In recent years, Steve has had over 320 worldwide radio, article, and TV interviews.

6/20/24

Radio interview on 250 stations in 35 states, then worldwide. The Olympic Committee released their guidelines on how to identify athletes, pushing their LGBTQ agenda. They say the media cannot use the terms ‘husband and wife’, ‘biological male’, ‘biological female’, etc. Interview was done in Eugene, Oregon while Steve is there for the US Olympic Trials.

5/21/24

Radio interview on 250 stations in 35 states, then worldwide. At the Oregon State Championships, a transgender athlete was second in the girl’s 400m and stormed to victory in the 200m. Multiple videos show sophomore Aayden Gallagher being booed by the crowd at the finish of the 200m race. Also, boos could be heard as the runner received the gold medal at the University of Oregon’s Hayward Field in Eugene. We oppose transgender athletes that are becoming more prominent in high school. We plan to be at the Olympic Trials in Eugene in June.

4/18/24

Radio interview on 250 stations in 35 states, then worldwide. San Jose State University added a transgender player to its women’s volleyball team without alerting opposing teams or the player’s teammates. The school added Blaire Fleming, who was born Brayden. He is the only transgender player in the Division I Mountain West Conference. Parents of opposing players have been suspicious of Fleming since 2022. We talked about how the athlete’s situation was hidden from the public. Plus, the need for people to stand up at all levels.

4/17/24

Radio interview on 250 stations in 35 states, then worldwide. Transgender Aayden Gallagher, a 10th-grader at McDaniel High School, competed in the Sherwood Need For Speed Classic in Sherwood, Oregon. Gallagher was seen in one clip blowing away the competition in a heat for the 200 meters. We talked about the hypocrisy of women not speaking up enough. Also, how school associations are endorsing the transgender movement, even though they don’t talk about the harmful effects of transitioning.

4/15/24

American Family Focus on Pennsylvania Issues interview. Covered the NAIA stopping transgender athletes from competing on women’s teams. The NAIA Council of Presidents voted 20-0 at its annual convention in Kansas City, Missouri to do so. The NAIA represents 241 small colleges across the country, overseeing 83,000 athletes in more than 25 sports. We discussed how the NCAA needs to do the same thing. Also, we talked about Riley Gaines and Chloe Cole standing against the transgender nonsense.

4/8/24

Radio interview on 250 stations in 35 states, then worldwide. The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics has banned transgender athletes from competing as women. The NAIA Council of Presidents voted 20-0 at its annual convention in Kansas City, Missouri to do so. The NAIA represents 241 small colleges across the country, overseeing 83,000 athletes in more than 25 sports. It is believed to be the first college sports organization to take such a step. All athletes can participate in male sports. Women athletes must be female at birth and not beginning hormone therapy.

4/3/24

Radio interview on 250 stations in 35 states, then worldwide. Steve spoke at three Wisconsin Capitol hearings in October 2023 against transgender surgeries and the hormone treatment of kids, plus against transgender athletes. Also, Steve went to Washington D.C. and the Wisconsin Capitol in March 2022 telling them to include the surgeries and hormone treatment of kids with the bill to stop transgender athletes. In 2023, the US House and the Wisconsin Assembly and Senate did that. However, Biden and the US Senate, plus Governor Evers, push the radical transgender agenda so the bills went nowhere.

3/19/24

Radio interview on 250 stations in 35 states, then worldwide. The Commission on the State of U.S. Olympics & Paralympics, established by Congress in 2020, addressed the reach of government into youth sports. The injection of federal oversight into youth sports could create undue regulations on leagues and force diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives into local areas. By doing this, it would hurt young athletes while forcing Americans to pay into sports leagues they may not be interested in.

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