Subscribe to Start Listening!1
Show Your Support! SOS Gear2
Media Store: DVDs and More!3
Is your narrative and worldview standing on solid ground? In this week’s boralogue, John shows that because freedoms of speech, religion, and conscience are under attack in the West, we need to know who we are and what we believe. Rooting ourselves in God’s Truth will prepare us for the spiritual battles plaguing our freedoms and will allow us to endure when the battle is over. We need to put on the full armor of God and take our stand.
There are differences between not only Christianity and other religions but also within Christian sects. Bodie Hodge (www.answersingenesis.org), Speaker and Writer for Answers in Genesis, analyzes these differences by looking at worldviews from a religious perspective, what we base our beliefs on, and the importance of the authority of God’s Word.
Assaults on freedom of religion will have an impact on the economy and business. Bill Walton (www.cgtv.us), Chairman of Rappahannock Ventures and host of On Common Ground, looks at new rights trumping old ones with recent court rulings, faith institutions under attack, and shows that we need to be educated in both history and current events in order to stand up under religious persecution.
Finally we are joined by Paul House (www.beesondivinity.com), Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School, who reviews the seminary formation Dietrich Bonhoeffer required of his students, which was a radical departure from the norms of his day and based on a dedication to the Word of God as pertinent for each of his students, rather than something merely of academic interest.
There is no Section 6 intelligence brief this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. We will return next week with important geopolitical stories.Read More
Did you know you can download individual Steel on Steel weekly broadcasts in mp3 format without needing a subscription? Each broadcast is full length and has the station breaks removed. The MP3 download also includes the Section 6 Weekly Intelligence Brief which usually runs an additional hour! Section 6 is only available with the MP3 download either by purchasing a program for $1.99 or downloading with your paid subscription. Learn more.
We also have CDs of the weekly program available, but for time constraints, the CDs do not include the Section 6 Intelligence Brief.
We have a year of past shows in MP3 format for download in our store. If you want older broadcasts, we have a decade of shows available on DVD Disc or 4GB USB Flash Drive (years 2002 to present). Premium subscribers can access the entire archive online! Click Subscribe for pricing and details on our membership packages.
For a detailed description of all of our shows:
After last week’s Paris attacks, President Obama’s remarks show once again the administration’s refusal to acknowledge reality. In this week’s boralogue, John tells us what the progressive left won’t: terrorism is an Islamic problem and must be addressed as such. Until then, it will be impossible to tackle the crisis. We are told it is “religious” extremism and Muslims are the victims, not Christians. Reality is taking a backseat to narrative.
Were the terror attacks in Paris a prelude to future threats in America? We welcome back Israel Defense Force Captain Dan Gordon (www.dayofthedeadlibertyedition.com) who discusses NATO’s dysfunction, terror in gun-free zones, and the backlash forming against political correctness and its clash with reality. Governments must protect its citizens. Will ours?
With Thanksgiving coming up, we look back at the Christian roots of our nation with Bill Federer (www.americanminute.com), host of American Minute Radio. From religious persecution in Europe to establishing the 13 colonies, Bill reviews the Mayflower Compact and the Protestant foundation of America, disproving the revisionist view that the U.S. was built on secularism.
Finally, this weekend marks 52 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Bestselling author Phil Shenon (www.philipshenon.com) shows that the CIA tracked Oswald for months prior to November 1963, but never presented their intelligence to the Warren Commission. Could this failure to communicate have spawned countless conspiracy theories?
We are thankful for all of our listeners and wish you a happy and blessed Thanksgiving.
This week in Section 6, John takes a closer look at President Obama’s comments following the Paris terror attacks. Join us for another solid hour of in-depth analysis.Read More
I’m often told when I try to understand political correctness that I’m injecting logic into a situation that has none. In this week’s boralogue, John points out the logical fallacies behind this week’s grandstanding at the University of Missouri. Contradictions abound, rules change to fit narratives, and, as Saul Alinsky pointed out, the issue is never the issue. We’re being forced to play a game we cannot win. The only solution is not to play.
President Obama rejected the Keystone Pipeline permit this week, handing green activists a victory and dealing the oil industry and Canada a loss. Michael Whatley (www.consumerenergyalliance.org), Executive Vice President for Consumer Energy Alliance, examines how thousands of jobs and dollars will not find their way into our economy, and how Canada is waiting for the political winds to shift in America before revisiting the project.
With geopolitics in upheaval, terrorism running rampant, and a worldwide economy on the brink, what else can go wrong on this planet? Michael Snyder (www.theeconomiccollapseblog.com), publisher of the Economic Collapse blog, joins us to discuss not only volcanoes, earthquakes, and flooding, but also the downturn in the economy. With a perfect storm brewing, could we be witnessing prophecy at work?
Finally this week, we dive into deep waters of real life science fiction with John Herlosky (www.asorcerersapprentice.com), author of the book: A Sorcerer’s Apprentice. He shares his experience with remote viewing and the CIA and points out both the differences and similarities between science and religion.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world as well as the ISIS terror attacks in Paris, France.Read More
Congress has voted to change Social Security in an effort they say will save the government money. In this week’s boralogue, John shows that it will actually lessen the amount seniors receive by limiting their options. This begins the great reneging, where promises collide with reality. Money being poured into social programs will go toward servicing our unmanageable debt. As we count down to Election Day 2016, remember that whoever is in office when the powder keg blows will receive the blame.
Eliminating disease during fertilization that will result in a healthy child sounds good in theory. But are we gene slicing off more than we can handle? Molecular biologist technologist Rebecca Taylor (www.marymeetsdolly.com), examines the emergence of three-parent offspring and the dangerous pace of human genetic testing. This could lead to human-designed babies that are smarter, faster, and stronger, but will they still be human?
We reported over the summer that several government agency databases were hacked and personal information compromised. Joining us this week is Bartlett Cleland (www.ipi.org), Research Fellow with the Institute for Policy Innovation, who discusses the Cyber Security Information Sharing Act and how inter-agency sharing could lead to a majority of American citizens with government profiles.
Who could oppose the Muslim Leadership Initiative plan to allow Muslims to better understand Jews and Israel? Answer: the Boycott, Divest, and Sanctions (BDS) movement. Cinnamon Stillwell (www.campus-watch.org), West Coast Representative of Campus Watch, reveals the source behind BDS’s opposition to this program and shows the difficulty students face with political activist teachers.
Remember: Truth is hate speech only to those people who hate the truth.
This week in Section 6, for online subscribers, John takes a closer look at both political correctness and the European migrant crisis.Read More
Now with your Premium subscription, you can listen to over a decade of Steel on Steel programs on-the-go, right at your fingertips!
Tap the icons to download the right app for your device!
Apps for Android
Add the Steel on Steel Podcast to Podcast Addict for Android Smartphones and Tablets:
In the main screen in the Podcast Addict App:
1. Press the main screen + button to add a new podcast. Then select the ‘RSS feed’ option.
2. You will then be able to enter the podcast RSS feed URL for Steel on Steel: http://www.steelonsteel.com/podcast.php
3. Once subscribed, long press (or tap and hold) on the Steel on Steel podcast in the main podcast page and in a few seconds and a menu will appear. Tap Custom Settings and then tap Edit Podcast URL . Click the checkbox for Authentication and then enter your username and password. If you ever need to change you password, repeat the above steps.
Try BeyondPod for Android smartphones and tablets!
If Podcast Addict won’t work on your device, check out BeyondPod. The weekly Steel on Steel podcast is secured with your login info, so it’s important to use an app that can handle authenticated podcasts like ours.
Apps for Apple iOS
Add the Steel on Steel Podcast to Downcast for Apple iOS Devices – iPhone and iPad
In the main screen in the Downcast App:
1. Tap the + icon at the bottom to add a new podcast.
2. In the Add Podcasts screen, tap Add Podcast Manually.
3. Enter the podcast URL http://www.steelonsteel.com/podcast.php
4. Enter your username and password, tap Done and then at the top of the screen, tap Subscribe.
5. Tap the Downloads icon at the bottom of the screen and enable the download que.
Playing the weekly podcast is as simple as tapping the icon in the main screen and selecting the episode to play.
To view or change your stored login info for the podcast, tap the Steel on Steel podcast icon in the main screen. On the next screen, tap the Gear icon on the bottom right. Go all the way to the bottom of the Settings page. Under Login Credentials, you can edit your login info. If the podcast won’t play or if you think the settings are incorrect, you can always just delete the podcast from the main screen and set it back up using the instructions above.
Get RSSRadio for iPhone and iPad
If you’re looking for a free app to download your weekly podcast on your iOS devices, try RSSRadio! Tap the icon to download it for free in the Apple App Store!
Please note, app functionality may depend on your installed iOS and current app version. We can’t guarantee that the apps will function properly after updates.
Don’t bother with the Apple Podcast App
Apple has stopped support for authenticated podcasts like ours through their Podcast App for iOS. You can still access the Steel on Steel podcast through iTunes on your desktop Macs and PCs, but until Apple gets back in the secure podcast for iOS game, you’ll need another app to listen to the shows.
We’ll continue to look for more and better ways for you to listen to the weekly programs. Until then, use these links to find the appropriate app for your devices.
Another week, another debate; this time the myriad of GOP presidential candidates took to the stage. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, Congress is scrambling to pass laws to repair Social Security and prevent its imminent demise. In this week’s boralogue, John compares the reality of what Republican candidates are saying and the unrealistic ideology of Democratic candidates. Bernie Sanders wants to give away free stuff. The question is: who will he steal from to pay for it?
The stuff of science fiction movie scripts is quickly becoming the reality of science today. Investigative journalist and author Annie Jacobsen (www.anniejacobsen.com) joins us to discuss the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), its brain to computer interface projects, the ethics involved, and the beginning of artificial intelligence.
All religions and nations should work together in harmony for the good of humanity. Sounds great, right? Carl Teichrib (www.forcingchange.org), Chief Editor of Forcing Change, recently attended the World Parliament of Religions, which promotes this religious harmony, and reports on the conference’s true agenda: religious dilution, acceptance of all gods, and a move to favor the collective over the individual.
John finishes up by looking at a debate in Canada this past week that highlighted the conflicting nature of political correctness. It’s time to speak out against the ridiculous.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world. This week, John takes a closer look at the persecuted Christian church.Read More