That Nagging Cognitive Dissonance in the Middle East
Given all of the events of the week in the Middle East and the global monetary situation, have you noticed that nagging cognitive dissonance you’re feeling in your gut? It’s caused by the widening gap between the politically correct narratives about the Middle East and the contradicting realities which are unfolding, right on schedule as we predicted.
John’s extended boralogue addresses the politically correct narratives of the last two years spun by the global media around the Arab Spring, and why the media just can’t bring themselves to abandon the narratives in the face of strong contradicting evidence.
Then former Independent Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura joins us for a spirited chat, where he maintains that it doesn’t make any difference whom we elect if it’s a Democrat or a Republican, because they’re all playing the same soak-the-people game together and nothing has changed for years. Governor Ventura details his vision of the urgent tasks necessary to rescue the country along with commentary on his new book, /”DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans.”/
We got a real belly laugh this week when the Internal Revenue Service said it wouldn’t be involved in enforcing Obamacare. Really? I thought the Supreme Court said the whole thing is constitutional because it’s a tax. So why wouldn’t they be involved? Dr. Keith Smith (www.surgerycenterok.com) returns to the program for the latest realizations about where an underfunded and over-regulated Obamacare will take us.