Environmental easements are all the rage as environmentalists
urging ranchers and farmers to jump in. However, ranchers in
Colorado are discovering the whole process is now backfiring.
Kimmi Lewis joins us from the plains of southeastern Colorado.
Amy Watson follows from the Independent Women’s Forum (www.iwf.org)
with her pet project targeting the assault on free speech in
Next is the resumption of a thread begun on the show about nano-
technology a few weeks back. Dr. Yuval Levin, Ph.D., is the
former Executive Director of the President’s Council on bio-ethics
and his book is, “Imagining the Future: Science and American
As President-elect Obama promises to put things right
economically, John’s boralogue portrays a brief history of the
actions of previous administrations which set us on the path to a
disastrous economy. Believe it or not it starts with the Vietnam
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
John’s boralogue features readings from documents by the first
Pilgrims as an antidote to secularist blather that the first
Thanksgiving happened because the Pilgrims were thankful to Native
Americans. Their writings clearly underscore they were thankful to
God for their survival and viewed Native American help as part of
Then John airs an exchange between Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas)
and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. Once again the
congressman seems to know that we’re nowhere near fixing this
crisis and, by the way, Ben Bernanke says they’re not thinking
about a global currency. Well you didn’t expect him to admit it,
Maurice Smith (www.parousianetwork.org) accurately anticipated the
current global paradigm shift as early as 15 years ago and authored
a book entitled, “The Parousia Strategy,” to help people deal with
the shift. Maurice guests with insights from the book.
Enough of political correctness. It’s OK to say “Merry Christmas”
or “Happy Chanukah” when you’re out and about this season.
Info-packed show today.
This week marked the 70th anniversary of the night in 1938 when
Nazis attacked Jewish businesses all over Germany. It was a
watershed event leading to the holocaust. Ironically 51 years to
the day later the Berlin Wall came down. What’s the significance?
John’s boralogue examines the history and results of Kristallnacht.
Rabbi Gordon Cooper from the Simon Wiesenthal Center
(www.wiesenthal.com) in Los Angeles comes on board later to
summarize the resurgence of anti-antisemitism worldwide.
In assessing how the U.S. got itself into a financial mess,
congress succeeded in deflecting responsibility from itself when it
was a major factor. Picking up last week’s thread, former House
Speaker Newt Gingrich (www.newt.org) recommended we talk with
former Ohio Congressman Bob McEwen: if you can’t figure out what
caused something, you can’t fix it.
Finally we’ll resume another thread from last week rotating around
the radical changes in geopolitics. Historian Dr. Steve Carol from
Middle East Radio Forum (www.middleeastradioforum.org) joins us.
Right on schedule the U.S. executed a hard lurch to the left in the
elections this week. Only 1,459 days remain until the next U.S.
presidential election in 2012 and 724 days until the interim
elections in 2010. By coincidence the first term of President
Barack Obama will span the crisis window we have predicted. As a
result of a deepening sense of crisis, the country will most likely
make a hard lurch to the right in 2012.
Election results seemed to be driven by economic pain Americans are
feeling. Unfortunately why they feel pain and why they think they
feel pain are two different issues, which means the pain will only
get worse because politicians won’t fix the systemic problems
confronting the country. We’ll air a series of clips featuring
former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, correctly pointing the finger
of blame at Democrats for wrecking sober bank lending standards as
well as Republicans for an incestuous financial relation between
the Federal Reserve, the Treasury Department and Wall Street.
Continuing last week’s thread, world geopolitics are undergoing
radical change driven by the global economic crisis and the change
of presidential leadership in the U.S. Shoshana Bryen
(www.jinsa.org) returns to the program for a size-up of geopolitics
in the middle east.
John’s boralogue leads off the show by sizing up the relationship
between politics and the onrushing storm waves.