Apr 29, 2006

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The Days of the Knights Templar

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04/29/2006

In a couple of weeks “The DaVinci Code” hits theaters around the world. The novel upon which it is based purports to be a novel based on genuine historic facts. However, it turns out the alleged “facts” in he book are as much fiction as the main story itself.

In fact, the book seems to have a distinct anti-Christian bias and millions are accepting the DaVinci’s fractured history as fact.

So who are the Knights Templar? Did they exist and do they exist today? We’ll talk to the “master of the temple,” Robin Griffith- Jones, current master of Temple Church in London, which was actually built by Templars in the 13th Century. It was the site of several scenes where “The DaVinci Code” was filmed.

John’s boralogue does a summary of the oil panic this week.

 

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Apr 22, 2006

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Read the Bills!

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04/22/2006

It’s Lenin’s Birthday, celebrated worldwide as Earth Day. John throws a boralogue damper on the festivities by pointing out that more scientists are casting doubt on global warming as a man-made phenomenon.

Americans are often surprised to discover that their elected federal and state officials often don’t know what’s in the bills they vote upon. Now one organization seeks to change that. Jim Babkaa from Downsize D.C. (www.downsizedc.org) joins us.

We’ll do a brief recap on the latest about the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) as well as the latest rant about Americans’ inability to use their language correctly.

Finally, it’s back; another move to squash free speech on talk radio and the internet. Brian Anderson from City Journal (www.city-journal.org) website joins us to examine the latest emergent efforts to step on the First Amendment.

John’s boralogue is a concatenation of observations about geopolitical and political events over the last few weeks.

 

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Apr 15, 2006

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Moo to RFID!

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04/15/2006

Happy Easter Everyone! Christ is Risen.

RFID chips are touted as secure identification for things, animals and people. But the RFID companies aren’t “fessing” up to the fact that chips are vulnerable to attack, tampering, fraud and viruses. Melanie Rieback (www.rfidvirus.org and www.rfidguardian.org) is a member of an award-winning team at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, Holland. She joins us to discuss their new RFID vulnerability study.

We’ve interviewed a rancher and farmer over the past few weeks. Today we complete the triad of agricultural interviews by hearing what a California dairyman has to say about the industry, illegal immigration, government, regulation, etc. Dairyman Jack Beukelman joins us.

John’s boralogue muses a bit on tax day which is upon us.

 

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Apr 8, 2006

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Crying Fowl: The Bird Flu “Hyperdemic”

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04/08/2006

Bird Flu has killed relatively few people compared to other diseases and shows no tendency to jump from fowl to communicability among humans, so why all the hype? And why the draconian laws under way forcing people to be vaccinated for a threat that hasn’t emerged yet? In essence, what do “they” know that we don’t? Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, DO, (www.birdfluhype.com) attended the first Bird Flu summit in late February and has some unsettling information.

By request, John’s boralogue analyses the National Animal Identification System and what it’s requires of small farmers and ranchers. He links this to bird flu and the loss of freedom in the West.

 

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