What are so many conservative politicians looking liberal? It could be they’re
being led by RINOs – Republicans in Name Only; plants in the Republican Party.
Author John McManus (www.jbs.org) guests with
an examination of the career of William F. Buckley, Jr. Dianne Frazier her relates
husband’s ordeal as a captive in Iraq during Desert Storm and how the U.S. State
Department and the oil company he worked for are blocking his efforts to collect
damages for the severe medical problems this caused. Finally newspaper reporter
and author Karen Kingsbury provides insights as to media bias in reporting.
John’s borlaogue examines the problems with a "living, breathing"
constitution: if it lives and breathes, does it mean anything it says?
Mark Birdsall is the editor of the British magazine, Eye Spy, provides a look
at the murky world of international intelligence and the British view of the
war on terrorism. Then author Joel Rosenburg (The Last Jihad) (www.eyespymag.com)
tries to explain how his novel written before 911 seems to have foreseen the
thing we are experience right now. John’s boralogue demonstrates what a mad
mad mad mad world we live in.
Financial Expert Jim Puplava (www.financialsense.com)
examines the role oil is playing in terrorism. British scientist Andrew Pike
explains global magnetic pole shifts and examines the possibility that the earth
might be approaching another one. Finally John has a candid conversation with
G. Gordon Liddy about his book, When I was a Kid this was a Free Country. John’s
boralogue centers on the same theme that people don’t remember what a free society
was and confuse socialism for freedom.
As the US faces the prospect of another war, Joseph Douglass’s book, “Betrayed,” (www.1stbooks.com – (888)280-7715) details the thousands of POWs the US knowingly left behind in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam.Read More