Technocracy and the Surveillance Society
John’s boralogue explains why unlimited surveillance in a state where there are thousands of unknowable laws and regulations is an imminent threat to a free society. We already know that facets of government are already willing to use the power of the state to harass politically incorrect parties. How much more so when they can monitor everything you do, write and say and prosecute you when you do it? What then?
Pat Wood from the August Review (www.augustforecast.com) returns to the program for a history of Technocracy, how it got us where we are today, the people and forces driving it, and what the future looks like in a surveillance state.
Then we’ll see how deeply radical Islamist groups are embedded inside our government, affecting law enforcement’s softened relationship between Islam and terrorism while amplifying it with Catholics and evangelicals. Janet Levy (www.americanthinker.com) debuts on the program.