Proclaiming Justice to the Nations to Hold Taking Back America’s Children-Ohio Summit April 30th

Apr 19, 2023

Live from Music Row, Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed Laurie Cardoza-Moore of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations in studio to announce the Taking Back America’s Children-Ohio Summit upcoming event in Hudson, Ohio on April 30th.

Leahy: Right now in studio, our very good friend, the founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations on the web at, Laurie Cardoza Moore. Welcome back.

Moore: Yes, thank you, Michael. It’s great to be back bright and early.

Leahy: Bright and early.

Moore: My gosh.

Leahy: Getting up at 3:30 am in the morning every day is just something everybody wishes they could do.

Moore: Of course. Somebody’s gotta do it. Michael. I’m glad it’s you.

Leahy: I’m living the dream. (Moore chuckles) You’ve had some very important events. You’ve got one coming up in Ohio called Taking Back America’s Children-Ohio Summit on April 30th. It’s an all-day event from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the River of Life Community Church in Hudson, Ohio. That is not too far from Cleveland, right?

Moore: No, it’s about a 20-minute drive south. We have been frequenting Ohio, that area, the northeast area of Ohio for several years now. There is a growing movement across the country and of course, we expect it also in Ohio. Ohio is an important state.

Leahy: It really is one of those battleground states. And interestingly enough, if you’ve missed these events here in Nashville and you want to have an interesting sort of weekend getaway, I suppose you could call it, you could just pop on a Southwest Airline flight.

Moore: There you go. And it’s nonstop. I’ve taken this flight many a time from Nashville. It’s like, what, an hour and a half?

Moore: Not even, no. Maybe.

Leahy: Less than an hour and a half less. Nonstop flight. You get on the flight here in Nashville, you go up to Cleveland, and you could take an Uber to this event and then Uber back. And so it’s an interesting sort of day trip that I would recommend you do. This is focused on the need for change in American education. What’s the problem with American education?

Moore: Oh my gosh. Do we have enough time?

Leahy: Tell us what the problems are.

Moore: The problem is that we’ve indoctrinated our children. Michael, I was listening to you as I was driving in and you were talking about your education growing up, going to Catholic school. Yes. I went to a Catholic school also growing up. Education is not what it used to be.

Leahy: I didn’t know you went to a Catholic school.

Moore: Yes.

Leahy: Did the nuns run it?

Moore: The nuns ran it.

Leahy: Hold it. I know what you’re going to do if, for those of you watching us, she just put her knuckles together and I’ll tell you what you’re going to tell me. You had your knuckles wrapped.

Moore: Oh my gosh.

Leahy: I did too. I was falsely accused of pushing a little girl into a mud puddle When I was in second grade.

Moore: Oh, no.

Leahy: And Sister Mary Nora came up, lined us all up, and I was, found guilty of a charge of which I was innocent. And she said, put your hands out. Put your hands up. Wap! Wap! Wap! The ruler. We’ve had similar experiences. (Laughter)

Moore: In first grade, I spoke out of turn, and Sister Maria Goretti said, put those fists on the desk. And I did.

Leahy: Whack whack. I was later found wrongly accused. But they didn’t take back the wrap on the knuckles with the ruler.

Moore: I can’t say that. I was guilty as charged.

Leahy: So you had a Catholic education.

Moore: I did. I ended up in public schools, grew up, and graduated from Broward County Schools in Florida. And so I had the opportunity to work now, which is ironic with advising one of the school board members down there in Broward.

The only conservative on the school board and working with her and helping her provide information about what’s happening in Fort Lauderdale or Broward County schools and really in Florida schools across the state. It’s reflective of what’s happening across the nation.

Listen to today’s show highlights, including this interview:

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Photo “Laurie Cardoza-Moore” by Proclaiming Justice to the Nations.