The Free American Hour (THC MINISTRY HOUR) with Reverend Ryan

This is an interview that I did today on The Free American show with Reverend Clayton Douglas and Reverend Ray Christl.


This episode is about religious freedom and the freedom of Roger Christie organizer of the THC MINISTRY Hawaii.

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To help Reverend Roger please visit  http://freeroger.org


7 AM Pacific Time
Call In Number is 520-413-2397

Topic: Free Reverend Roger Christie

Future Guests (Wednesdays)
Rev Chris Bennett Phd
Paul Stanford of the THCF Clinic



I do have to admit to something that I misspoke, and I am going to respost these on youtube, and Im going to make a correction.

I said “my dad grew up in Georgia” he did not, he grew up in the Utah west desert living on the land as far as he described it.
But he served in the military and had advanced training in the Georgia Okie Fanokie swamp.
I always was told different things about the branch of service that he was in, but he had a “Screaming Eagle” ranger tattoo on his left arm, and he once told me he was with the 101st. Other people have told me that wasn’t true. I don’t know for sure because he’s not with us any more. But he was a patriot, and a hard working man, and I know that from first hand experience.

But those two corrections I thought needed to be made. Because I misspoke. Dad said when he was in Georgia that the people that he had working for his laundry mat, broke in and stole everything when the MLK riots broke out. Again, I don’t know if that was an exaggeration or the real deal. But that was the point of the story, is that I believe my dad developed his racism legitimately in some ways, but sort of projected that to me growing up. He named our dog “Spook” and made racist jokes constantly about that dog.

So when I talk about how I broke away from my racist ideals, that and of course Mormon doctrine is what I am speaking of.
My dad was married in the temple, a goal he tried to achieve his whole life, some of that trying included breaking his addiction to alcohol, and stopping smoking tobacco which are two things that disqualify a person from getting a temple recommend.
He did accomplish that and married my mom in the temple when he was 60 years old. RIP dad.


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