Looking Backwards at the Future
Once in a while it’s important to look back to examine how well we
saw the future from the past. Former Congressman Tom Tancredo of
Colorado was a frequent Steel on Steel guest long before he became
a controversial congressional figure regarding border security. Tom
returns to the show to discuss everything from politics to
education to how Americans see themselves.
Quite a few bills are roaring through congress right now, which
will radically change economic life, but they’re receiving scant
attention. One of those is HR699, which will virtually shut down
mining in this country overnight if passed. Dave Morgan from the
Silver Investor Newsletter (www.silver-investor.com) and Bob
Hopper, President of the Bunker Hill Silver Mine in Idaho, join us.
In the light of major paradigm shifts underway, we’ll continue a
thread begun a few weeks ago. Since government social programs are
virtually bankrupt, churches need to anticipate now how they will
handle the needs of elderly members in their congregations. Julie
Garron is a creative woman, who sees the train wreck coming, and is
already underway toward achieving that goal.
John’s boralogue addresses why jettisoning or ignoring laws in the
name of helping “the people” in a crisis is a bad idea. John cites
examples from the French Revolution, the Bolshevik Revolution and
Nazi Germany to show why that only leads to serious mischief.