By listener request, John extends the boralogue today to examine why educrats
always blame parents for the failures of the government school system. In reality,
today’s parents are the products of yesterday’s psycho-social experimentation
and moral corruption in schools, a trail that extends back to the 1920s. In
education got exactly what educrats wanted. Don McElvaney from Mission Barnabas
the persecution of the Hmong people by the Vietnamese government.
As the handwringing about who-knew-what and when about 911 continues, crucial
background to the tragic attack is ignored by the mainline media. Former Oklahoma
State Rep. Charles Key (www.okcbombing.org)
returns to the program with further evidence that Islamic terrorists were behind
the bombing of the Murrah Office Building in Oklahoma City. Michael Rose, author
of "Goodbye Good Men" talks about the homosexual networks inside Roman
Catholic seminaries and how the influx of liberal ideas and psychology since Vatican
Council II has destroyed the American Catholic church.
Chuck Baldwin, host of the radio program Chuck Baldwin Live (www.chuckbaldwinlive.com) joins John to look at the very liberal actions of an allegedly conservative president.Dave Morgan (www.silver-investor.com) speculates on whether the sudden burst in silver prices marks a trend. Joe Baker is suing his high school because they wouldn’t let him hand out bookmarks asking 10 questions about evolution because it was causing an uproar in the science department.John’s boralog is the first in a series which explains to listeners how to understand the new global rules for politics.Read More
Christopher Story (www.sovietanalyst.com), author of The European Union Collective, is the sole guest today as we examine Germany’s attempt to dominate the European Union and its competition with Russia to build the new soviet reaching from the Atlantic to Vladivostok on the Pacific.
Christopher Story’s book, The European Union Collective, may be ordered at (800) 661-4809 or online at www.edwardharle.com. His monthly intelligence bulletin Soviet Analyst is available at www.sovietanalyst.com.Read More