As “progressive” policies begin to collapse throughout the west,
it is time to look at the high cost the revolt against reason has taken. Professor
Lawrence Roberge (www.lawrenceroberge.com)
has done an extensive study of the toll millions of missing aborted children
has taken on the US population and economy. Then by request, we’ll look at the
disaster NAFTA has been for US jobs and economy, proving what critics said in
1994 to be correct. Karen Lee Bixman guests. Finally we may be the best bad
news in town but there are success stories SOS guests and listeners have had.
Today’s program is devoted to property rights, which are essential for a free society and which are under brutal assault. Wendell Cox (www.demographia.com) details the utter failure of top-down urban planning, noting particularly that it’s ruining peoples’ ability to own homes. Dr. Michael Coffman (www.discerningtoday.org) returns with a look at “smart growth” which is another term for government control of private property. He also discusses the Wildlands Projects Finally Jay Wally (www.eco.freedom.org) joins the show from New Mexico with a look at the plight property “in-holders,” who are being harrassed off their long-held land by the BLM and other government agencies.Read More
Today’s program is a continuation of last week’s “conference call” on globalism with John’s guests Dr. Dennis Cuddy (“The Globalists”), attorney Constance Cumbey (“Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow”), Berit Kjos (www.crossroad.to) and Dr. Stan Monteith (www.radioliberty.com).Read More
It’s time for one of our popular “conference call” programs. Today is Part 1 of 2 examining the progress towards globalism and what it will look when implemented in full force. John’s guests are SOS regulars Dr. Dennis Cuddy (“The Globalists”), attorney Constance Cumbey (“Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow”), Berit Kjos (www.crossroad.to) and Dr. Stan Monteith (www.radioliberty.com). Loaded with new information.Read More
Mary Jo Anderson from Crisis Magazine (www.crisismagazine.com) asks
about the outcome of the EU’s news version of “human rights” and especially what happens to those who dissent from the new
definitions. This relates directly to the new concepts of “rights” seen developing in the US. Thomas Washburne from Home School Legal Defense (www.hslda.org) reports on the H.R. 2732 (new HONDA), which
would make important positive changes in how colleges handle home schoolers. Finally Avi Lipkin (www.vicmord.com) continues the summer series of having former SOS regulars return with an update in their respective fields — the Mideast peace process is really the same old same old.