Is your narrative and worldview standing on solid ground? In this week’s boralogue, John shows that because freedoms of speech, religion, and conscience are under attack in the West, we need to know who we are and what we believe. Rooting ourselves in God’s Truth will prepare us for the spiritual battles plaguing our freedoms and will allow us to endure when the battle is over. We need to put on the full armor of God and take our stand.
There are differences between not only Christianity and other religions but also within Christian sects. Bodie Hodge (www.answersingenesis.org), Speaker and Writer for Answers in Genesis, analyzes these differences by looking at worldviews from a religious perspective, what we base our beliefs on, and the importance of the authority of God’s Word.
Assaults on freedom of religion will have an impact on the economy and business. Bill Walton (www.cgtv.us), Chairman of Rappahannock Ventures and host of On Common Ground, looks at new rights trumping old ones with recent court rulings, faith institutions under attack, and shows that we need to be educated in both history and current events in order to stand up under religious persecution.
Finally we are joined by Paul House (www.beesondivinity.com), Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School, who reviews the seminary formation Dietrich Bonhoeffer required of his students, which was a radical departure from the norms of his day and based on a dedication to the Word of God as pertinent for each of his students, rather than something merely of academic interest.
There is no Section 6 intelligence brief this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. We will return next week with important geopolitical stories.Read More
After last week’s Paris attacks, President Obama’s remarks show once again the administration’s refusal to acknowledge reality. In this week’s boralogue, John tells us what the progressive left won’t: terrorism is an Islamic problem and must be addressed as such. Until then, it will be impossible to tackle the crisis. We are told it is “religious” extremism and Muslims are the victims, not Christians. Reality is taking a backseat to narrative.
Were the terror attacks in Paris a prelude to future threats in America? We welcome back Israel Defense Force Captain Dan Gordon (www.dayofthedeadlibertyedition.com) who discusses NATO’s dysfunction, terror in gun-free zones, and the backlash forming against political correctness and its clash with reality. Governments must protect its citizens. Will ours?
With Thanksgiving coming up, we look back at the Christian roots of our nation with Bill Federer (www.americanminute.com), host of American Minute Radio. From religious persecution in Europe to establishing the 13 colonies, Bill reviews the Mayflower Compact and the Protestant foundation of America, disproving the revisionist view that the U.S. was built on secularism.
Finally, this weekend marks 52 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Bestselling author Phil Shenon (www.philipshenon.com) shows that the CIA tracked Oswald for months prior to November 1963, but never presented their intelligence to the Warren Commission. Could this failure to communicate have spawned countless conspiracy theories?
We are thankful for all of our listeners and wish you a happy and blessed Thanksgiving.
This week in Section 6, John takes a closer look at President Obama’s comments following the Paris terror attacks. Join us for another solid hour of in-depth analysis.Read More
I’m often told when I try to understand political correctness that I’m injecting logic into a situation that has none. In this week’s boralogue, John points out the logical fallacies behind this week’s grandstanding at the University of Missouri. Contradictions abound, rules change to fit narratives, and, as Saul Alinsky pointed out, the issue is never the issue. We’re being forced to play a game we cannot win. The only solution is not to play.
President Obama rejected the Keystone Pipeline permit this week, handing green activists a victory and dealing the oil industry and Canada a loss. Michael Whatley (www.consumerenergyalliance.org), Executive Vice President for Consumer Energy Alliance, examines how thousands of jobs and dollars will not find their way into our economy, and how Canada is waiting for the political winds to shift in America before revisiting the project.
With geopolitics in upheaval, terrorism running rampant, and a worldwide economy on the brink, what else can go wrong on this planet? Michael Snyder (www.theeconomiccollapseblog.com), publisher of the Economic Collapse blog, joins us to discuss not only volcanoes, earthquakes, and flooding, but also the downturn in the economy. With a perfect storm brewing, could we be witnessing prophecy at work?
Finally this week, we dive into deep waters of real life science fiction with John Herlosky (www.asorcerersapprentice.com), author of the book: A Sorcerer’s Apprentice. He shares his experience with remote viewing and the CIA and points out both the differences and similarities between science and religion.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world as well as the ISIS terror attacks in Paris, France.Read More
Congress has voted to change Social Security in an effort they say will save the government money. In this week’s boralogue, John shows that it will actually lessen the amount seniors receive by limiting their options. This begins the great reneging, where promises collide with reality. Money being poured into social programs will go toward servicing our unmanageable debt. As we count down to Election Day 2016, remember that whoever is in office when the powder keg blows will receive the blame.
Eliminating disease during fertilization that will result in a healthy child sounds good in theory. But are we gene slicing off more than we can handle? Molecular biologist technologist Rebecca Taylor (www.marymeetsdolly.com), examines the emergence of three-parent offspring and the dangerous pace of human genetic testing. This could lead to human-designed babies that are smarter, faster, and stronger, but will they still be human?
We reported over the summer that several government agency databases were hacked and personal information compromised. Joining us this week is Bartlett Cleland (www.ipi.org), Research Fellow with the Institute for Policy Innovation, who discusses the Cyber Security Information Sharing Act and how inter-agency sharing could lead to a majority of American citizens with government profiles.
Who could oppose the Muslim Leadership Initiative plan to allow Muslims to better understand Jews and Israel? Answer: the Boycott, Divest, and Sanctions (BDS) movement. Cinnamon Stillwell (www.campus-watch.org), West Coast Representative of Campus Watch, reveals the source behind BDS’s opposition to this program and shows the difficulty students face with political activist teachers.
Remember: Truth is hate speech only to those people who hate the truth.
This week in Section 6, for online subscribers, John takes a closer look at both political correctness and the European migrant crisis.Read More
Another week, another debate; this time the myriad of GOP presidential candidates took to the stage. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, Congress is scrambling to pass laws to repair Social Security and prevent its imminent demise. In this week’s boralogue, John compares the reality of what Republican candidates are saying and the unrealistic ideology of Democratic candidates. Bernie Sanders wants to give away free stuff. The question is: who will he steal from to pay for it?
The stuff of science fiction movie scripts is quickly becoming the reality of science today. Investigative journalist and author Annie Jacobsen (www.anniejacobsen.com) joins us to discuss the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), its brain to computer interface projects, the ethics involved, and the beginning of artificial intelligence.
All religions and nations should work together in harmony for the good of humanity. Sounds great, right? Carl Teichrib (www.forcingchange.org), Chief Editor of Forcing Change, recently attended the World Parliament of Religions, which promotes this religious harmony, and reports on the conference’s true agenda: religious dilution, acceptance of all gods, and a move to favor the collective over the individual.
John finishes up by looking at a debate in Canada this past week that highlighted the conflicting nature of political correctness. It’s time to speak out against the ridiculous.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world. This week, John takes a closer look at the persecuted Christian church.Read More
This week marks 25 years that Steel on Steel has been on the air. We have a jammed packed show this week, full of future predictions as well as a look back at some of our favorite moments from the last quarter century. We will postpone the boralogue and dive right in, welcoming back to the program William Forstchen (www.onesecondafter.com), a professor of history at Montreat College in North Carolina. He discusses what would happen if terrorists set off an EMP bomb and the chaos and hardships to follow, as well as Congress’s failure to repair a creaking electrical infrastructure, coronal mass ejection – the sun’s EMP – and urges each of to prepare for a future attack.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu caused quite a stir this week with comments suggesting that former grand mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini, was directly involved in Hitler’s plan to exterminate the Jews. In a belated boralogue, John examines al-Husseini’s life, including his involvement with the Nazis, and analyzes the media’s bias against Israel.
We finish up this week by looking back and sharing with you some important moments in the show’s history as we celebrate our 25th anniversary. We thank you for listening and we will continue to be your early warning service, dedicated to the sharpening of ideas, news, commentary, interview, information and debate, much of which you will not hear elsewhere.
This week in Section 6, John takes a look at the continued violence in Jerusalem and the media’s take on it as well as church history and how it relates to current events. Also, in celebration of our 25 years on the air, we conclude Section 6 with a full show from 1995 featuring a conversation with Chuck Missler and Avi Lipkin.
Disaster expert Dr. Paul Williams explains what you need to know and do to be prepared for the worst with hope. Drawing on 30 years medical missions experience in more than 100 countries, he helps you learn how to face emergencies with confidence and faith. With detailed checklists and step-by-step advice, the book will show you how to live in the now, but prepare for the future.Read More
The silly season is heating up and this week we witnessed an early boil. Democrat party candidates held their first debate with a fireworks display of droll talking points. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at politicians’ promises of free stuff, despite economic problems on the horizon, a changing Middle East chessboard, impending terror attacks in America, and an out of control debt. Remember one thing: before Obamacare, before the housing crisis, before terrorists breached our borders, and with debate promises made this week, they lied to us.
A recent report from Judicial Watch shows proof that ISIS has infiltrated our southern border. Irene Garcia (www.judicialwatch.org), Investigative Reporter for Judicial Watch, joins us to discuss the failure of security on our porous border and a possible cover-up by Homeland Security officials who say they have no knowledge of any problems. Some ISIS members were caught, but many more have snuck through undetected. Wake up and smell the infiltration.
Now that ISIS is here, what is the likelihood of terrorist attacks? Dan Perkins (www.danperkins.guru), bestselling author of The Brotherhood of the Red Nile trilogy, examines ISIS’s ability to obtain nuclear materials and reveals that terrorists may target America’s heartland rather than New York or Washington. He compares our border crisis to the refugee chaos in Europe and questions whether OPEC countries may be next on the terrorist hit list.
The Hippocratic Oath for physicians in part states, “Nor shall any man’s entreaty prevail upon me to administer poison to anyone; neither will I counsel any man to do so.” Alex Schadenburg (www.epcc.ca), Executive Director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, discusses how Canada’s legislature is redefining euthanasia, and shows that the ability to practice medicine depends on whether or not doctors are willing to allow patients to go through with an act they consider to be wrong.
With terrorist attacks and natural disasters looming on our horizon, it is always good to be prepared. We welcome back Dr. Paul Williams (www.whenallplansfail.com), author of When All Plans Fail, who emphasizes the need for neighborhoods and churches to band together for disaster relief and reviews predicted earthquakes for the U.S. and what life may be like after the big one.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.Read More
Don’t bring your politically correct narratives to a logic fight – you’re not going to win. In this week’s boralogue, John shows that the differences between what some believe and what is actually reality have widened into chasms. He exposes the logical fallacies behind several PC narratives reheated this week following the tragic shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. On the other side of the divide, reality insists on being heard and will eventually win out. If we listen to these illogical narratives, we may find ourselves falling into the chasm.
The Obama administration is bringing in hundreds of thousands of mostly Muslim refugees, but is deporting groups of Christians back to Iraq. Joining us to expand on this is author and Middle East expert Raymond Ibrahim (www.raymondibrahim.com), who reveals the harsh political and religious climate for Christians in the Middle East, mainstream media’s lack of coverage on the issue, and the now true story of ISIS operatives setting up shop in Western countries.
The chasm is widening on many issues, including border security and immigration. For example, if Muslims migrate to the United States and refuse to assimilate into our culture, are we considered racists if we say it won’t work or are we just facing reality? Phyllis Chesler (www.phyllis-chesler.com), Emerita Professor of Psychology at City University of New York, examines these philosophical chasms by looking at Islamic ideology, anti-Semitism past and present, and how freedom of religion is in danger in America in the wake of Islamist immigration.
What happens when new politically correct laws begin trumping the established constitutional rights of freedom of religion and speech? Stephen Krason (www.franciscan.edu), Chair of the Political Science Department at Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio, discusses the inconsistencies in not only forming these new laws but also in enforcing them to different groups of people. We can fight back by saying, “I will not sit down. I will not shut up!”
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world. This week, John dives into prophecy and sees if current events in the Middle East match up.Read More
Now that the Pope has come and gone, what are people saying about his visit? Comments run the gamut from well thought out, cogent intelligence reports to wild, irrational sniping. In this week’s boralogue, John ties together journalistic ethics, Pope Francis’s seemingly contradictory comments, and bad decisions based on blood moon predictions. With geopolitical crises looming on our horizon, you will need accurate information from an intelligent source. Perhaps from a show that focuses on economics, politics, and religion, right? Wink, wink.
In an extended boralogue, John raises a red flag warning on an upcoming crisis in the bond market. He goes on to show relation versus position in regards to statements made by Pope Francis and explains that the Pope is straddling a chasm, with centuries of Church tradition on one side and an attempt to establish relationships on the other.
To follow up on the Pope’s visit and to discuss his great straddle, we welcome back to the program Susan Warner (www.israelolivetree.org), Co-Founder of Olive Tree Ministries. She examines the fallout from the UN sustainable development conference and shows that Agenda 2030, Pope Francis’s statements to difference groups, geopolitics in the Middle East, and the future of the United States are all connected.
When one right or law trumps another, which one do we obey? Frank Wolf (www.21wilberforce.org), former U.S. Congressman and Senior Fellow of the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative, discusses the battle between religious freedom and the politically correct narrative of the day. The church is hunkering down, hoping the storm will pass. Moral decline has resulted, and with increased persecution imminent, the Christian church needs to speak out in favor of religious freedom before it’s too late.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.Read More
Is America transforming its foundation from rock to sand? In this week’s extended boralogue, John shows that secularism is on the rise, slowly replacing Christianity as the moral governor of the land. But there can be no basis for a moral foundation without having a higher power. The controversy between All Lives Matter and Black Lives Matter is used as an example to show that if you take away the higher power and allow the state to be moral arbiter, the only lives that count are the ones sanctioned by the state. When the rains descend, the floods come, and the winds blow, will our house still be standing?
This weekend the United Nations is hosting the Sustainable Development Summit 2015, with representatives from around the world in attendance, including Pope Francis. Is sustainable development nothing more than an attempt to establish a one-world government? What will societal change and social justice look like? Will our foundation begin to shake?
Joining us for a round table discussion this week are Karen Schoen (www.karenschoen.com), Found of AgEnders and Host of American Freedom Watch Radio, and Tom DeWeese (www.americanpolicy.org), President of the American Policy Center and author of the DeWeese Report. They reveal the truth behind sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda, and discuss wealth redistribution, climate change, abolishment of property rights, and who has ultimate control over water resources, education, and the economy. Beware the fundamental transformation of society!
Finally, we welcome WorldNet Daily writer Doug Ernst (www.wnd.com), who reveals a directive from President Obama ordering psychologists to search for ways to manipulate the American people into believing that the government is doing what’s best for them. Apparently, the ends we are told we want justify the means we didn’t know existed.
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What is truth? In this week’s boralogue, Johns examines church members who are claiming to be Christians but don’t believe in Christ and atheist ministers who still want to lead their church congregations. Why be part of a belief system you don’t believe in? There is such a thing as absolute truth, even for those who claim there isn’t. If you believe in truth, it makes a demand upon you that you live according to that truth. But politicians and many in the church today adhere to a politically correct version of reality that stands in opposition to actual truth. One day they will come to realize — as all of us will — that truth is reality and it always wins out.
We continue our thread this week highlighting Christian persecution and welcome to the program Nasir Bhatti (www.pakistanchristiancongress.org), President of the Pakistan Christian Congress. He examines the delays that Christians encounter in receiving refugee status from the United Nations and touches on the immigration problems facing Europe.
“The nine most terrifying words in the English language,” former President Ronald Reagan once said, “are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.’ “One might urge the government to look up the word ‘help’ in the dictionary. The EPA, an element of said government, has launched a campaign to control every drop of water in the United States, even at the expense of property rights and it’s causing a retain in many states.
Seton Motley (www.lessgovernment.org), President of Less Government and hydrologist Dr. Jay Lehr (www.heartland.org), Science Director at the Heartland Institute, discuss the agency’s overreach and regulations and propose a plan to phase out federal control in favor of state responsibility. Can it be implemented or will it slowly drown in a sea of bureaucracy?
John finishes up with a behind the scenes look at Roman Catholicism, papal infallibility, and the weight of authority behind papal teaching and how that is affecting geopolitics.
As always, join us online for our Section 6 intelligence briefing featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world. This week, John takes a look at capitalism and the refugee crisis in Europe.Read More
When a tragedy happens, it’s best to get at the truth behind it and work to prevent a re occurrence. In this week’s boralogue, John ties together numerous stories from the past few decades and shows that to get at that truth you need to ask the hard questions. Time and again, answers and effective solutions are thwarted by the politically correct mantra of the day. We must learn from history or we are doomed to repeat it.
This week marks the 14th anniversary of the September 11 attacks and we remember the victims and the heroes who died that awful day and thank them for their sacrifice. A decade and a half later, are we making the same political errors we made prior to 9/11? The question we have to ask is: have we learned from our mistakes? Joining us this week to answer these questions are Michael Cutler (www.michaelcutler.net), Retired Special Agent with the former Immigration and Naturalization Services, and Dan Gordon (www.dayofthedeadlibertyedition.com), Captain in the Israeli Defense Forces.
With another terror attack looming on the horizon, is the United States doing all it can to prevent this from happening? We learn that it may be déjà vu all over again as corruption has increased between Mexican cartel members and border agents, Iran has sleeper cells ready to attack at a moment’s notice, and U.S. immigration policies have kowtowed to political correctness, allowing thousands to cross our borders with nothing more than a rubber stamp of approval. We cannot afford to ignore security measures proposed after 2001.
For the past few weeks, we have highlighted the need for ordinary people to do extraordinary things. This week, we welcome Pastor Dave Witt (www.spiritofmartyrdom.com), Founder of Spirit of Martyrdom Ministries, who explains the difference between Christian and Islamic martyrs and shows that he is just one man making a difference for Christ in this world. We can do it too.
Our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing returns this week featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world. This week, John takes a closer look at the global impact of China’s economy.Read More