Nov 26, 2005

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C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien

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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone.

No news today; just perspective pieces as we take the weekend off.

"The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," is about to open in theaters around the world, in reality a spiritual cousin to "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, even though the stories were written by two different men; both good friends. Sarah McLaughlin, professor of English at Texas Tech University and author of "Finding God in ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’" joins us."

In the second hour, we run clips from a talk John gave at Candlelight Fellowship in Hayden, Idaho, on the historic causes nature of religious persecution, comparing it to trends today.

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Nov 19, 2005

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So You Don’t Believe in Peak Oil

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Some of you want to hear the other side of peak oil, so we’re giving Dr. Stan Monteith, M.D., (www.radioliberty.com) an opportunity to present his case for the renewability of oil, based on his op-ed piece entitled, "The Myth of Peak Oil"
(www.newswithviews.com).

This week the United Nations attempted to grab control of the internet and it also "un-fired" the only person who had been discharged as a result of the food-for-oil scandal. Why are Americans so ignorant of this bloated, corrupt bureaucracy’s long- term strategies and goals? Constitutional attorney Joseph Klein, author of "Global Deception," joins us.

John’s boralogue analyzes a debate about home schooling, which erupted following a nationally-publicized murder this week, as the media attempted to attribute it to home schooling.

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Nov 12, 2005

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Political Correctness is Killing Us

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It is interesting how relativism and political correctness impedes people in the West from seeing clearly what is happening before their eyes. So the effects of relativism will be the fulcrum of this week’s program.

With Muslim riots spreading across France this last week, media outlets were straining to avoid the "M" word but it finally became impossible. They had originally chalked them off to time-trusted scapegoats like poverty and racism. Even third-generation French Muslims were referred to as "immigrants," when they had never lived anywhere else. It struck us interesting that Tony Blankley predicted just such riot in his book, "The West’s Last Chance." He joins us.

Then we take a look at relativism and the new pontificate of Pope Benedict XVI, who was vocally outspoken against the secularist cancer that had spread across Europe, when he was Cardinal Ratzinger. Michael Rose, author of "Benedict XVI, The Man Who was Ratzinger," joins us.

Just as we predicted for several years now, huge economic crises are emerging up to at the point confronting the U.S. and the West.
With oil hearings rolling in Congress this week, it’s clear Politicians’ attitudes have ranged from denial to the downright stupid. John’s boralogue points out that Congress and the American people are making all the wrong moves during the opening phases of the crises and are guaranteeing it will be much worse when they bloom into full force.

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Nov 5, 2005

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Doubts About Darwin

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Intelligent Design is the question that won’t go away, even though the scientific establishment wishes it would. This well-crafted assault on Darwin is being spearheaded by scientists, legal scholars and philosophers. Every month new scientific discoveries add to the mountain of problems for Darwinian theory. So while the drum is pounded in schools that evolution is a proven scientific fact, the hypothesis has developed serious cracks, which threaten to bring the entire structure down.

Dr. Thomas Woodward, Ph.D., is author of the book, "Doubts about Darwin, A History of Intelligent Design." We spend most of the show today examining the history of the ID movement and the inevitable toppling of Darwin.

John’s boralogue examines miscellaneous issues that have arisen during the previous week, especially in the area of property rights.

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