Given the increasingly political nature of the 9/11 hearings, one really wonders whether the outcome will resemble the Warren Commission report on President John F. Kennedy’s assassination: serious questions unanswered, doubts unresolved and an official story, which doesn’t seem to square with the obvious facts. SOS regular Dr. Dennis Cuddy, PhD, author of “Cover-Up: Government Spin or Truth?” is the sole guest in this exhaustive examination.
Listeners ask why we should pay attention to strange beliefs such as those of the Magdalene cult that Jesus and Mary Magdalene had a child together. John’s boralogue addresses how strange beliefs have a habit of going mainstream through important figures who influence both religious and political life.Read More
The U.N. Law of the Seas Treaty is up for ratification. The Senate originally wanted to run it through on a voice vote with no record of who-voted-how, but pressure is growing against it. The treaty has provisions for the transfer of more U.S. sovereignty and a taxation system, contrary to what some congressmen are telling their constituents. Henry Lamb ( www.freedom.org ) returns as a guest.
Dr. Anis Shorrosh is just back from Iraq. We’ll take a candid look at how Iraqis view the U.S. from the perspective of an Arab who is fluent in Arabic.
John’s boralogue features another Mad Mad World segment on the economy and answering listener questions on the Social Security Fund. In the second hour John does a post-Martin/Hunt analysis on the difference between common cause and fellowship among Christians and other religious groups.Read More
For Holy Week we’re taking time off and re-broadcasting a classic debate, which first aired on May 16 and 17 in 1991. This is the only time this classic has ever been rebroadcast, so it will be new to most of our listeners.
The debate topic: Is the Roman Catholic Church a Victim of the New World Order or a Part of It?
Participants were Protestant end times author Dave Hunt and
Catholic author and papal confidant Malachi Martin. There are some great one liners in this one as both men argue passionately for their positions. Once the fur started to fly, John had the good sense to get out of the way.
This debate closes out a thread we opened in January with the
program on Pope John Paul II and Fatima. No boralogue today as we need every minute to cover two days’ worth of debating from the original broadcasts.
With a severe worldwide silver shortage looming, the scandal
threatens to go public because the same silver is being sold over and over again to different buyers. If everyone stands for delivery at the same time, surprise surprise, the markets won’t be able to deliver. Dave Morgan ( www.silver-investor.com ) forecasts the brewing storm.
CBS recently produced a series of reports associating home
schooling with child abuse. We’ll check on the fallout reports with guest Paul Chesser of the John Locke Foundation.
( www.johnlocke.org )
Finally, secularists love attacking the crusades as an example of Christian atrocity. They fail to mention that the crusades were a reaction to Islam’s two-century, violent invasion of the post-Roman Christian world, destroying Christian civilization in Africa and spreading through Spain to Tours, France, and through the Balkans to Vienna, Austria. Ted Byfield ( www.christianhistoryproject.com )
returns as guest.
John’s boralogue answers a non-Catholic listener request to explain the Stations of the Cross and their relation to Mel Gibson’s Passion movie.Read More