Podcasts

Welcome to the Ruth Institute podcast page! This is one of my favorite places on the entire site! Here we've collected recordings of my speeches, interviews, and other programs for you to enjoy. Some of these podcasts are from live lecture halls, speeches or rallies. Others are from radio interviews. In all cases, you receive the benefit of the Ruth Institute knowledge and experience on all issues relating to the Sexual Revolution.

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Veritas Conference

(September 16, 2017) Dr J was invited to speak at Lake Charles' Veritas Conference in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Her topic is the gender ideology.

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Is the Right Retreating?

(August 3, 2017) Dr J is interviewed by Greg Corombos on Dateline: Washington, Radio America's nationally syndicated news magazine. They're discussing conservative retreat on a lot of historically core cultural issues related to the onward march of the sexual revolution.

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Tipping Point: Transgenderism

(July 14, 2017) Dr J is Bre Payton's guest on One America News Network's Tipping Point with Liz Wheeler. They're discussing transgenderism in children and the cultural pressures to rush to hormone therapy and even surgery on very young people even as more and more information is coming out that this often doesn't address the underlying issues.

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Gender Ideology: Vox Vitae Adults

(July 12, 2017) Live from the adult evening session at this year's Vox Vitae, a pro-life camp in Alhambra, California, Dr J is speaking about gender during her final talk. She had the teenagers during the daytime sessions; in the evenings, she spoke to their parents. Check out our podcast stream if you missed her other talks--she gave a total of 4 at Vox Vitae.

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Gender Ideology: Vox Vitae Teens

(July 12, 2017) Live from this year's Vox Vitae, a pro-life camp for teens in Alhambra, California, Dr J is speaking about gender during her second talk. If you missed the first one--on contraception, divorce, and the survivors of the sexual revolution--check out our podcast stream.

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Gender Ideology: The Sexual State

(June 23, 2017) This year's Acton University is coming to a close--this is the last of Dr J's three talks this time around. They've all been themed "The Sexual State," highlighting how various ideologies ingrained in our culture are products of and further the aims of the toxic sexual revolution. This is her third and final talk on "The Sexual State and the Gender Ideology."

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Powerpoint slides from this presentation are also available.


A Department of Justice Letter to Public Schools about Transgender Students

(August 3, 2016) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're discussing Ivanka Trump's speech at the GOP convention, gender identity politics, and the NBA's punitive actions toward North Carolina in light of transgender politics.

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DOJ's "Guidelines" for Transgender Students

(July 28, 2016) Dr J is once again Molly Smith's guest on From the Median, and this time around the theme is "guidelines"--some good, some not-so-good. First up, they're discussing Archbishop Chaput's pastoral guidelines for implementing Amoris Laetitia. Then they move on to the Department of Justice's guidelines for transgender students recently issued to all public schools in the country.

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Ivanka Trump’s Speech at the GOP Convention, The NBA Pulls the All Star Game from North Carolina

(July 22, 2016) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're discussing Ivanka Trump's speech at the GOP convention, gender identity politics, and the NBA's punitive actions toward North Carolina in light of transgender politics.

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Gender Distinctions

(December 2, 2014) Dr J is once again a guest on Drew Mariani's eponymous showwhere they discussed the vote coming up in Minnesota about removing gender differentiation in grade-school sports--and locker rooms.

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