Dec 27, 2003

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Is It Really that Bad?

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Is It Really that Bad?

The leftist US media are doing their best to paint President Bush’s
war in Iraq as another Vietnam quagmire, although it’s getting
harder to do so. Observers on the ground report a vastly different
situation from the media portrayals. Dr. Anis Shorrosh is our guest.
As a Nazareth-born Arab, fluent in Arabic, and a Baptist
evangelist, Dr. Shorrosh is author of the book “Islam Revealed.”
(www.islam-in-focus.com) He travels the globe debating the Bible
vs. the Koran with Muslims. His life has been threatened on
several occasions and at least one assassination attempt occurred.
Having just returned from Baghdad and Tikrit in Iraq, Dr.
Shorrosh’s background and perspective are unique among the
politically correct polarizations the media normally portray.

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Dec 20, 2003

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The Christian History Project

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A recent poll demonstrated that only 4% of Christians actually understand a
Christian worldview. Moreover Christians as a group demonstrate woeful ignorance
of their own history. Dr. Ted Byfield of the Christian History Project (www.christianhistoryproject.com)
seeks to remedy that problem.

Craig Smith (www.swissamerica.com)
is alarmed at provisions in House Bill HR2417 that sneaked through Congress
and allows widespread snooping on your financial information with no judicial
oversight.

Then we go prophetic with Sal Smario (www.prophecyofdaniel.com)
and ask whether or not the interpretation of Europe as the 10-nation confederation
is wrong and perhaps there’s another possibility no one has been looking at.
John’s boralogue says, “We caught Saddam. So what?”

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Dec 13, 2003

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Jesus in Beijing

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Despite decades of intense persecution, Christianity is growing
dramatically at a rate that can’t be controlled by the communist
government.  This is changing the social and political fabric of
China.  Former Time Magazine Beijing Bureau Chief, David Aikman,
guests.

When former Secretary of the Treasury, Paul O’Neill, came into
office, he commissioned two economists to find out if the nation
could pay its future liabilities.  The resulting study was so
shocking the Bush administration spiked it and O’Neill was fired.
Why? There is an impossible $44 trillion abyss between the
government’s income and its unfunded liabilities, which grows by more than $1.5 trillion a year.  No politician wants to handle this short-fused
time bomb, which will explode when the baby boomers retire
in less than five years.  Economist Larry Kotlikoff of Boston
University is crying “foul” and says Americans need to know what
the real financial condition of the government is, especially as regards retirement and Medicare. John does an analysis of the Geneva Accord and the latest proposals
for peace in the Middle East.

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Dec 6, 2003

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Customary Corruption

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With the much-publicized threat of terrorists penetrating the
country’s defenses, why is it the US can’t control its borders?
Perhaps corruption inside U.S. Customs is so bad that there is a
vested interest in not getting the borders under control. Former
senior customs inspector, John Carman, (www.customscorruption.com)
details the threat to national security that lax border controls
represent.

John’s boralogue asks why liberals are whining about
the Bush administration’s policies on civil rights, when liberal
policies of the last thirty years laid the groundwork for the
current administration to do what it does.

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