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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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Posted on: Tuesday, September 07, 2021
(September 7, 2021) Dr J is a guest of Father Robert McTeigue on The Station of the Cross's The Catholic Current. They're discussing the American Medical Association's push to remove sex from birth certificates.
Posted on: Friday, September 03, 2021
Dr. Michael S. Parker, MD, KM is the System Medical Director for OB/GYN Hospitalists Mount Carmel Health in Columbus, Ohio. He is the current President of the National Catholic Medical Association. As a member of the Catholic Medical Association since 1999, he was a founding member of the John Paul II Guild and served as the original guild president. At the level of the national organization, he has served as Regional Director, Regional Director Representative to the Board of the Catholic Medical Association and National Treasurer and Vice-President.
Dr. Parker attended The Ohio State University College of Medicine, receiving his degree in 1989. He remained at The Ohio State University to complete his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1993. Dr. Parker was in private practice until 2015 when he left to work for The Cleveland Clinic as an OB/GYN Hopsitalist. While at the Cleveland Clinic, he received certification in Peer-Peer Coaching and served as the Director for Caregiver Wellness for the Women's Health Institute of the Cleveland Clinic tasked with addressing the issue of physician burnout and productivity. Dr. Parker has spoken nationally and internationally on topics related to physician burnout, Natural Family Planning, infertility and side effects of contraception.
In 2004, Dr. Parker converted his OB/GYN practice to NFP only and is trained in all methods of Natural Family Planning, particularly the Creighton Model of Fertility Care. Dr. Parker is involved in mentoring medical and premedical students who wish to experience health care practiced in alignment with Catholic moral and ethical teachings. Along with Dr. Will Turek, he co-hosted the “Catholic Doctors Show” on St. Gabriel Catholic Radio, AM 820 for more than 5 years.
Dr. Parker serves as Medical Consultant and Board Member of The Women’s Care Center, a crisis pregnancy center in Columbus, OH. He is also on the Board of The Order of Malta Center of Care in Columbus, Oh, which is a collaborative effort between the Order of Malta and the Catholic Medical Association to provide free health care to the homeless and underserved. Dr. Parker is married to Teresa for 32 years. Together they have 6 children, 25,000 bees, and 2 dogs and an adopted black cat.
Posted on: Friday, August 13, 2021
Quentin Van Meter, MD, FCP, president and longtime member of the American College of Pediatricians, graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1969 and received his M.D. in 1973 from the Medical College of Virginia. While in medical school, he entered the Navy through the Health Professions Scholarship and went on to a pediatric internship and residency at the Naval Hospital in Oakland. He subsequently completed a fellowship in Pediatric Endocrinology in 1980 at Johns Hopkins. He completed 20 years of service in the Navy Medical Corps, retiring as a Captain in 1991. His final tour of duty was back at the Naval Hospital in Oakland where he was Pediatric Department Chairman and director of the Pediatric residency program. After the Navy, he moved to the Atlanta area to join a multi-specialty private practice, providing general pediatric and pediatric endocrine services, as he had in the Navy. He has maintained academic affiliations throughout his career, at LSU, UC San Diego, UC San Francisco, Emory, and Morehouse Schools of Medicine. Since 2003, he has been practicing full-time pediatric endocrinology in private practice and is actively involved in clinical research with growth hormone, novel insulins, and GnRH agonists.
He has a long history of advocacy for children through the American Academy of Pediatrics where he served as Chairman of the Uniformed Services West Chapter. Once he moved to Georgia, he became active in that AAP Chapter as Legislative Chairman and Newsletter Editor. He is continually frustrated by the political bent of the National AAP and wants to continue his advocacy role with the College as an organization that actually works for children and their families by strengthening the role of the family without using a lens that focuses only on what is politically correct or expedient. He has maintained his Georgia Chapter membership, but no longer belongs to the national organization. Dr. Van Meter has spoken around the world on the subject of transgender children. His experience began at Johns Hopkins in the 1970’s with Dr. John Money, and he has seen the travesty of continued experimentation on children evolve since then.
Posted on: Thursday, June 24, 2021
(June 24, 2021) Dr J is once again a guest of Fr. Rob Jack on Sacred Heart Radio's Driving Home the Faith. They're discussing Ruth Institute's upcoming annual conference, the Summit for Survivors of the Sexual Revolution.
This year's theme is "corruption of the professions," and we'd like to equip you with information on how to effect policy change in your professional society, what to watch for from your local school board, and the like. Check it out over at ruthinstitute.org/summit for more details, speakers, and registration information.
Posted on: Friday, June 04, 2021
Fr Stephen Imbarrato, a pro-life activist, commonly referred to as the “Protest Priest,” has made regular appearances on EWTN Catholic TV and is one of the leaders of the Red Rose Rescue movement. Fr Stephen believes we can end preborn child killing peacefully yet decisively...and sooner than we may think is possible.
While attending Holy Apostles Seminary, Father helped start a crisis pregnancy center across the street from an abortion business. He explains, “…being across from the abortion mill showed me how important it is to have ministries of life directly across from the gates of death.”
Ordained in May of 2005 for the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, Father Stephen learned of a small adoration chapel located directly across from a Planned Parenthood facility in Albuquerque. Using the chapel as a focal point and prompted by the Holy Spirit to rejuvenate Project Life–which was dedicated to prayer vigils and sidewalk counseling in front of Planned Parenthood–Father Stephen gathered a group of laypeople, forming the Project Defending Life.
Posted on: Thursday, May 27, 2021
(May 27, 2021) Don Feder is a guest of Fr. Rob Jack on Sacred Heart Radio's Driving Home the Faith. They're discussing the New York Times' about-face on demographic winter as detailed in Ruth Institute's latest press release.
Posted on: Friday, May 21, 2021
Maria Keffler is a co-founder of International Partners for Ethical Care, which seeks to halt the unethical medicalization of children for profit. Ms. Keffler is also a co-founder of the Arlington Parent Coalition, a watchdog group in Arlington, VA, which works to safeguard parents' rights and children's safety in public education. An author, speaker, and teacher with a background in educational psychology, Ms. Keffler has fought to protect children from unethical activism and dangerous policies around sexuality and transgender ideology since 2018. She lives in Arlington, Virginia (USA), with her husband and three teenage children.
Posted on: Thursday, May 20, 2021
(May 20, 2021) Dr J is once again a guest of Fr. Rob Jack on Sacred Heart Radio's Driving Home the Faith. They're discussing Kelloggs' new Pride cereal just in time for June, which of course is Pride month.
Posted on: Friday, May 14, 2021
Hayden Ludwig is a Senior Investigative Researcher at Capital Research Center. He is also a columnist at the Washington Free Beacon. Ludwig is a native of Orange County, California, and holds a Master’s of Public Policy from George Mason University.
Posted on: Friday, May 07, 2021
Jane Robbins is an attorney and retired senior fellow with the American Principles Project in Washington D.C. At APP she worked on issues related to education, parental rights, and religious freedom; she testified about these issues before Congress and the legislatures of 12 states. Since retiring from APP she has focused on issues related to the sexualization of children in schools, healthcare, and the culture at large. Her articles on these topics have been published in numerous national media outlets. She also serves on the board of a new organization called American Achievement Testing, which is developing a traditional U.S. history curriculum to be offered to high schools as an alternative to current Leftist models. She is a graduate of Clemson University and the Harvard Law School.
"The administrative state book was written several years ago with two of my APP colleagues. It's an attempt to delve deeper into how the bureaucracy of the federal government really dictates so much state and local policy. It does have a couple of chapters about education -- how we got to the pathetic state we're in -- and the chapter about rigged federal research is especially applicable to the trans issue."