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LISTEN: Rusty Humphries with Matthew Marsden on "Finding Noah"

On this podcast, Rusty talks with his friend Matthew Marsden, a British actor you've seen in Rambo (2008), Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen, Atlas Shrugged and more. He's produced a movie being released today called Finding Noah where they search for Noah's ark. Also, what's it like hanging with Sylvester Stallone and what does a Brit think of American exceptionalism?

This image taken from video provided by the Syrian activist-based media group Syrian Revolutionary Command Council in Hama, which has-been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, shows smoke rising after a Russian airstrike hit buildings in the town of Latamna in the area of Hama in Eastern Syria, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. (Syrian Revolutionary Command Council in Hama via AP Video) MANDATORY CREDIT

Russia, Iran planned Syria assault during nuclear talks

The situation on the ground in Syria for the Assad regime had been deteriorating for some time as rebel forces advanced and inflicted significant losses on Syrian government forces, threatening Russia's naval base in Tartus and Iran's influence in the region.

LISTEN: Rusty Humphries speaks truth to punks

On this podcast, Rusty finds an old Dragnet clip that speaks as powerfully today as it did in the 1960's. Jay Leno was given an opportunity he never gave Johnny Carson. Alan Korwin, one of America's leading gun writers' talks about the misguided policy's towards guns emanating from the left and in the halls of power.

Owen Strachan, professor of theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo courtesy of Owen Strachan)

On Tuesdays you can 'Ask the Theologian'

How do you know that what you are saying is actually true? An ongoing series of Q&A with Christian theologian Owen Strachan, hosted by Scott Lamb of "Jesus in the Public Square" here at The Washington Times.

Joni Eareckson Tada and Ken Tada. (Image courtesy of Joni and Friends.)

Joni Eareckson Tada responds to California's legalization of assisted suicide

Joni Eareckson Tada became a quadriplegic as a teenager in 1967 after a diving accident. She went on to become an artist, painting by holding the brush in her mouth, a recording artist, and an author. Most importantly, she has served the church through a lifetime of Christian theological reflection on suffering. On Monday, Tada published the following brief statement of concern over California's legalization of assisted suicide.

Putin outwits Obama on Iranian missile deal illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Vladimir Putin, the chess master

For sometime, I have been saying the last few years of the Obama administration would be a very dangerous time for America and the world because of the complete abdication of American leadership on the global stage. Now, it is coming true due to the mastery of the great game by Vladimir Putin.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is introduced by honors student Darnell Joseph, 18, right, before speaking at a campaign event at Broward College, Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, in Davie, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Medicaid expansion bad for taxpayers, patients, GOP hopefuls

At a campaign stop in Florida a couple days ago, Hillary Rodham Clinton didn't focus on her "mistake" of using a private email server to send classified information as Secretary of State or the fact that nearly two-thirds of the country thinks she is neither honest nor trustworthy.