Jan 24, 2015

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Sleepwalking Through Iran

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A controversy erupted recently when terrorism expert Stephen Emerson mistakenly referred to “all” of Birmingham, England as being a Muslim “no-go zone” on a FoxNews report. This caused a bit of an uproar amidst the politically correct

In this week’s boralogue, John examines the truth behind these No-Go Zones in certain European cities and asserts that as politically correct talking heads muddy the waters by carelessly discrediting what people are saying, we need to be able to freely and openly debate these issues.

First up, Reza Kahlili (www.atimetobetray.com), former CIA operative inside the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, discusses the current capabilities of Iran’s nuclear program, the regime’s plans once the program reaches its completion, and what, if anything, can ultimately be done about it.

Conservative radio talk show host Josh Bernstein (www.joshbernsteinpoliticalwriter.com), rejoins us this week to explain the emerging Trans-Pacific Partnership and show us the dangers of giving President Obama fast-track trade authority that would implement international rules and bypass the U.S. Constitution.

Joseph Meyer (www.straightmoneyanalysis.com), founder of management consultant firm Meyer & Associates, pulls on his four decades of financial experience to predict the future in different sectors of both the U.S. and global economies for 2015 and beyond.

John finishes out this week’s program with a brief commentary on the faithfulness and commitment of a Christian warrior in today’s church.

Join us as we continue our weekly intelligence news briefing, Section 6, which features comments by John on important stories making news around the world.

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