Well once again, a drug that was approved by the FDA on a fast- track political basis rather than a scientific one turns out to have serious side effects, like death. The FDA has tacitly admitted that by putting new warnings on the morning-after pill, RU-486, only after several people have died. Yet the side effects were well-known before the drug was approved, in an abbreviated process usually reserved for AIDS and cancer patients. Professor Lawrence Roberge, chairman of the Science Department at Goodwin College (www.lawrenceroberge.com), did all this research years ago and predicted the results would be disastrous.
There’s another movie about sex-researcher ,Kinsey but the PC crowd still won’t admit that Kinsey’s "normal" American subjects were sex offenders in prison, pimps, prostitutes and pedophiles. An interview we did with Dr. Judith Reisman, author of "Kinsey, Sex and Fraud," (www.drjudithreisman.com) in November of 1991 is as valid today as it was then.
John’s boralogue examines the horrible philosophical conundrum that liberals have boxed themselves into as some Democrats are talking about reinventing the party.Read More
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Under the table everyone seems to be waiting for another terrorist "incident," and indications are it may well be nuclear or a combination of nuclear and disruption of infrastructure. Phillip Smith (www.nukalert.com) is one of two scientists, who have developed a radiation detector that fits on a key chain, who are adamant about the need for civil defense preparation. Phillip maintains that the government is doing nothing to train Americans to deal with disasters in their communities and points listeners to what they can do.
Small principled people make a difference in a time of crisis. Few people have ever heard of a Portuguese diplomat by the name of Susa Mendes, but he made a tremendous difference for thousands of Jews during World War II. Historian Dr. Steve Carol, Ph.D., rejoins the program this weekend before Thanksgiving for a look at the life of this dynamic man.
John’s boralogue reviews the chess moves being made by the new Bush administration and reveals what they will probably mean for the immediate future. He also runs clips documenting that something actually went wrong at that first Thanksgiving dinner.Read More
Where is the global workforce going? Away from America for sure along with everything else. William Grigg of the “New American” magazine and author of “America’s Engineered Decline,” joins John for an extended conversation about events that lie directly ahead of us, from the Free Trade Area of the Americas to the collapse of economic promises made to Americans to the need for independent education.
John’s boralogue is an alternate obituary for terrorist Yasser Arafat, who never missed an opportunity to miss an opportunity and no longer has any opportunities.Read More
A key issue during the election campaign was stem cell research, along with engineering of human DNA and human cloning. We seem to be sliding rapidly into a new eugenics, where designer humans will be produced, while the rest will be told they have a "duty to die."
Even splicing animal DNA into new hybrid humans is being contemplated. Wesley Smith, fellow with the Discovery Institute in Seattle (www.wesleyjsmith.com and www.discovery.org) speaks to the issue.
It seems the elections are indicating that many Christians are disgruntled with being pushed out of the marketplace of ideas. Ted Byfield from the Christian History Project in Canada
(www.christianhistoryproject.com) discusses the training of intellectual combatants.
John’s boralogue executes a post-mortem on the elections and soberly considers that Republicans will most likely be holding the bag when any number of economic and other crises begin to unravel as the perfect economic storm approaches. We could see a Democratic landslide in 2008.Read More