Oct 26, 2002

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Skull & Bones

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Teen pediatrician Dr. Meg Meeker, author of Epidemic, says medical data prove safe sex isn’t safe at all as 8,000 teenagers become infected with STDs each day. Author Alexandra Robbins (Secrets of the Tomb) discusses the role of Yale’s secret society, Skull and Bones in the eastern establishment as well as President Bush’s membership in it. John’s boralogue examines the radical leftist mantras that are buckling under the battering of reality.

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Oct 19, 2002

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Fourth Generation Warfare

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Terrorism expert Morgan Norval (The Fifteen Century War) details the new type of warfare that will dominate the 21st Century in which civilians are legitimate targets and national borders are of no significance. John’s boralogue examines the major paradigm changes world is undergoing, looking beyond the coming attack on Iraq.

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Oct 12, 2002

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Breakdown of a Breakdown

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Bill Gertz from the Washington Times (www.washtimes.com)
joins John in examining the intelligence failures which led to 911, as detailed
in Gertz’s new book, Breakdown. Then SOS regulars Dr. Dennis Cuddy (author
of Waiting for the Next Shoe to Drop) and Dr. Stan Monteith (www.radioliberty.com)
join for a conference call to critique Gertz’s critique — there seem to be
some breakdowns in Bill Gertz’s breakdown. John’s boralogue examines the nature
of Project Bojinka, found on a terrorist’s laptop in Manila, which detailed
the plot to fly airplanes into key US targets, including CIA headquarters and
the World Trade Center. Both the CIA and FBI knew of Project Bojinka
years before 911.

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Oct 5, 2002

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Not Guilty But So What?

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Maj. Leon Felkins (Ret.) (www.fear.org) provides
a report on the degree to which the Patriot Act has affected seizure of property.
Then John does an interview with a dentist who was accused of Medicaid fraud
simply because he used a new technique for doing fillings, which already recognized
by the dental profession. Even after it was proven there was no fraud and criminal
charges were dropped, his state still insisted on a $78,000 fine. John’s boralogue
reminds listeners that both domestic and international law is becoming "fuzzy"
and simply by definition you can be a terrorist.

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