Aug 19, 2017

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Trying to Eclipse the President

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170033 08/19/2017

Right versus Left, KKK versus Antifa, hate versus hate. The events in Charlottesville last weekend were horrible, but why is there still such a problem with hate in this country? In this week’s extended boralogue, John shows that social justice warriors need chaos, regardless of the pain it causes, to achieve their transformation of society. Socialism is the goal and our freedoms are the cost.

The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) is urging cities to ignore President Trump. Pat Wood (www.technocracy.news), Editor-in-Chief of Technocracy News, examines the sustainable development agenda and ICLEI’s insistence on upholding the Paris agreement, and shows that we are moving toward a cashless society.

Economics and politics go hand in hand. Long-time friend of the show Don McAlvany (mcalvanyica.com), Founder of McAlvany Financial Group, joins us to discuss the globalist hatred toward President Trump as well as the state of the global financial markets.

Native Americans are affected by our government’s economic decisions as much as or more so than anyone else. Leslie Solliday (www.aicm.org), Executive Director of the American Indian Christian Mission, looks at the state of welfare on Native American reservations and offers solutions on how to help them become more independent from government.

John’s quote of the week:
“Don’t let the Left versus Right tension fool you. The real fight today is over freedom itself. Freedom of each individual in the country regardless of race or religion to have certain thoughts and hold intelligent conversation based on accurate facts, rather than to be forced to adhere to dictated beliefs. And if freedom of speech doesn’t survive, neither will freedom.”

This week on Section 6, John covers the media and their obsession with selective facts, a primer on effective ways to debate, the removing of statues and revising history, a Christian view of suicide, and finally, recognizing worldviews when they present themselves. Stay tuned, it’s gonna be packed!

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Aug 12, 2017

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The West Versus the Rest

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170032 08/12/2017

Listening to the talking heads about tax transfer schemes, tax reform, tax evasion, and taxing the wealthy, is enough to cause anyone to worry. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the truth behind taxes and how they really work. When you tax something, you get less of it. Plus John dissects Al Gore’s comments from a CNN town hall meeting in our clip of the week.

President Trump gave a speech in Poland last month praising the West and all of its accomplishments. There were some, despite enjoying the benefits of Western culture, who disagreed with him. Bruce Thornton (www.fresnostate.edu), Humanities Professor at California State Fresno examines the disdain in academia and among the elites for Western culture, and digs into history to show how society based on freedom is both rare and best.

A bubble is looming in the financial markets. Can we spot the patterns that lead up to it or will it catch us by surprise yet again? George Gilder (www.discovery.org), Senior Fellow with the Discovery Institute, discusses monetary policy, how currency and markets affect everything else in society, and what to watch for in the future.

John’s quote of the week:
“The very same people that are telling you that you’re a very bad society have to doublespeak it because those people who are coming here know it’s much better here. And the people who are telling us how bad it is here, they don’t seem to want to leave either.”

This week on our Section 6 Intelligence Brief: The North Korea threat, RFID microchip identifiers, Santa Muerte in Mexico, threats to religious freedom, and a persecution update.

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Aug 11, 2017

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Podcast Episode Chapters

Do you currently listen to the Steel on Steel podcast every week? Here’s a tip from our Podcast Help page that you might find interesting:

Can I view chapters within each episode or listen to individual segments?

Yes! Starting February 18, 2017, all future episodes will have chapter breaks so you can listen to individual segments of the program. The chapters function is best experienced in Downcast for iOS, (shown in the image) but should work in most podcast apps that support chapters, including Podcast Addict, RSSRadio and others. To view the chapters, first download an episode within the app and then tap the bookmarks or chapters icon. Click the image to view larger.

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Aug 5, 2017

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Colder Heads Prevail

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170031 08/05/2017

Charlie Gard, the British newborn boy with a rare brain disease passed away this week, but his death may not be in vain. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at socialized medicine, death panels, and bureaucracies, and points out that the patient is always the last to be considered. Free health care isn’t free and little Charlie’s death has reminded us of that.

Also John dissects Fareed Zakaria’s comments about Trump voters in our brand new clip of the week.

Climate data from NASA and the IPCC have not been collected properly, which has led to many untrue predictions. Environmentalist and author Tim Ball (www.drtimball.com) shares his experience fighting against climate inaccuracies, demanding that evidence be produced to back up alarmists’ claims.

Property rights are important in a free society. Christina Martin (www.pacificlegal.org), Attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation, discusses one of her cases involving a church in Michigan that lost their property to the state and how taking away property rights brings us one step closer to losing our free country.

Did Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook just agree to adhere to Pakistan’s blasphemy laws online? Author and lecturer Meira Svirsky (www.clarionproject.org) joins us to examine political correctness on the internet, hierarchies among victim classes, and the need to strongly enforce free speech laws here and around the world.

John’s quote of the week:
“Normally socialized healthcare flows this way: the government gets first say, the healthcare insurers and payers get second say, then the healthcare providers whose jobs depend on the government payer system get third say, and that’s pretty much it. Oh, did we forget? I’m sorry! You’re the patient, aren’t you? Well, you’re down at the bottom of the totem pole.”

This week on our Section 6 Intelligence Brief, John discusses the upcoming solar eclipse, the fascinating historical significance of the Jewish observance of Tisha B’Av, currency & inflation, and the growing problem of socialized medicine.

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