Feb 21, 2015

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Storm clouds, they are a gathering. In this week’s boralogue, John examines the two primary storm clouds amassing on the geopolitical horizon. The first is Iran, the development of their nuclear program, and their strategic partnerships in the Middle East that are systematically surrounding the nation of Israel. The second involves Greece and the looming currency crisis that just may spread to the rest of Europe.

John welcomes back to the program after a long hiatus Bill Federer (www.americanminute.com), president of AmeriSearch publishing, who illustrates the impact of Islam throughout history and shows how Thomas Jefferson handled the problem of Islamic piracy in the early 19th century.

James Simpson (www.watchdog.org), economist and freelance investigative journalist, explores the topic of net neutrality, the risks in regulating the internet, and the all too dangerous likelihood of a government takeover of this “utility.”

Finally, Aaron Klein (www.sweetcakesweb.com), Christian co-owner of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, an Oregon-based bakery, discusses religious freedom and the truth behind the discrimination court case against him and his wife for refusing to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

Our weekly intelligence news briefing, Section 6!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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  1. Hi John, great show on Islam. I am so grateful that you are dealing with this and providing sound history and information.
    I just hope enough of the right people are reached to make some quick changes to protect our future.

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