May 17, 2008

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Baby Boomer Memories

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Asia has had it rough; a major earthquake in China and a cyclone
devastating Myanmar (formerly Burma). However, Myanmar’s military
government has been blocking aid to the thousands of people who
desperately require food and water. Still, there’s one group of
people on the ground already doing something: missionaries. Donald
McElvaney from Mission Barnabas (www.missionbarnabas.org) comes on
board to tell SOS listeners how they can help effectively.

Our New Age Morphing conference last week produced interesting
emails from listeners. One person wanted to know why the baby
boomers moved away from their core belief systems, leaving Gen-Xers
and Gen-Yers high and dry in their world views. We’ll hear from
Beverly Eakman (www.beverlye.com), author of “The Cloning of the
American Mind,” and “Walking Targets: How Our Psychologized
Classrooms Produce a Nation of Sitting Ducks.”

As the oil crisis deepens, Congress didn’t see it coming so they
don’t know what to do now that it’s here. Thus they spent a lot of
time this week posturing and spouting nonsense. John does an
extended boralogue painting a realistic picture of where we stand
regarding the growing energy crisis. The U.S. has painted itself
into an energy corner, lacking a comprehensive energy and
environmental policy. This means no quick fixes and considerable
amounts of pain for Americans.

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