Apr 26, 2008

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Earth Day Goes Commercial

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04/26/2008

Year after year Earth Day passes by, becoming more and more commercial. As a matter of fact, public environmental policy enacted quickly and rashly is taking an horrific toll on the global economy and food sources.

First, Kevin Kerr, editor of Resource Analyst E-lert (www.kerrtrade.com), details the causes of global food shortages, which punched onto the world’s media radar over the last couple of weeks.

One area where countries have rushed to implement questionable policy is in the area of global warming. There are dumb global warming solutions and less dumb solutions but no good solutions. Climatologist Dr. Roy Spencer, PhD, is author of the book, “Climate Confusion,” and he tries to soberly address what further efforts toward energy independence.

As the Olympic torch tours the world triggering protests against China for its Tibet policy, few eyes are on North Korea and the fact China is returning political refugees to North Korea where returnees are sometimes treated brutally. Carl Moeller from Open Doors (www.opendoorsusa.org) joins us.

John’s boralogue updates you on the perfect financial storm, which is forming as America watches. We’ll highlight the various components of this storm.

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Apr 19, 2008

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Choking on Political Correctness

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As the United States plows into a perfect financial storm, an energy crisis and food shortages simultaneously, political correctness, political stumping, and silly policies prohibit us from effectively dealing with the rising storm.

Today’s program glues together a series of issues. John’s extended boralogue portrays the nature of political correctness and how it has been choking honest discourse the country so desperately needs.

Then an interview with Frank Schaeffer (www.frankschaeffer.com) is featured. Frank is the son of Christian philosopher Francis Schaeffer and his latest book is, “Crazy for God: How I grew up as one of the elect, helped found the Religious Right and lived to take all or almost all of it back.” This is part of an ongoing series of interviews with Christians who don’t represent the typical religious right.

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Apr 12, 2008

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Hmmmm……

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04/12/2008

The Middle East radar is displaying much activity and alarm bells are clanging. It seems everyone anticipates an imminent war. Everyone says they’re not going to cause that war, but they’re ready to fight it when it comes, even though they don’t know anything about the who, what, when and where it’s going to start. Hmmm…work that one out. John’s extended boralogue kicks off the show by framing the current, uh, lack of information.

Then we feature an interview with Aaron Klein, Jerusalem Bureau Chief for Worldnetdaily (www.wnd.com) in order to monitor the progress of quiet negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, including turnover of the temple mount to PA control. Finally, we’ll converse with a former Muslim Palestinian terrorist turned Christian evangelist, Walid Shoebat (www.shoebat.com), on the subject of Islam, Christianity and end times prophecy. Should be interesting.

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Apr 5, 2008

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Bail-outs and Bail-ins

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04/05/2008

To handle the current financial crisis, the governmental powers that be and the Federal Reserve are proposing a series of bail-outs, new government oversight and give-away programs. Problem is, other people are being bailed in to pay for them and we can’t even afford the programs we already have. These are unprecedented steps and where will it end? David McAlvany from the McAlvany Weekly Commentary (www.mcalvany.com) joins us.

As Israel approaches the 60th anniversary of its founding, hostile forces on its northern and southern borders are sliding towards a war footing. The recent breach of the Gaza wall between Gaza and Egypt resembles a small skirmish in 1967 that triggered the June 1967 Arab/Israeli war. History professor Dr. Steve Carol (www.drhistory.net) joins the program for a comparison of then and now.

John’s boralogue reviews intelligence information from the Middle East, which the mainline media are missing.

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