Sep 23, 2017

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Nukes, Outrage, Hacking, and AI

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170038 09/23/2017

A Spokane, Washington area school suffered a school shooting recently where one student died and a few were injured. In this week’s boralogue, we play comments from Spokane County Sheriff, Ozzie Knezovich, about how society has grown to glorify violence. John digs deeper and looks at the erosion of morals in education that has contributed to society’s embrace of violence. Plus, a hearty thank you for your overwhelmingly generous support of Pastor X.

We shine a spotlight on Iran this week as President Trump is looking to scrap the ill-conceived Iran Deal. Bob Feferman (www.UnitedAgainstNuclearIran.com), Outreach Coordinator with the group United Against Nuclear Iran examines Iran’s government system, its plan to export Islamic revolution, and the country’s nuclear program.

The outrage du jour against anyone not adhering to political correctness happened in Oregon recently. Andy Ngo (www.pdx.edu), Political Science graduate student at Portland State University, discusses the anger on his campus after a professor dared to write a peer-reviewed paper making the case for colonialism.

A massive data breach at Equifax, one of three credit rating bureaus, has exposed the private information of millions of people. Daniel Castro (www.itif.org), Vice President at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, looks at the breach and suggests that we should do away with social security numbers as personal identifiers.

The field of artificial Intelligence can be either exciting or frightening, depending on the news of the day. Cris Sheridan (aiantichrist.blogspot.com), Financial Analyst and AI blogger, reviews the background of AI, advances made in the field, and how surveillance using AI could be dangerous in the wrong hands.

John’s quote of the week:
Both Democrats and Republicans used to have a common view not only of the common morality, but also the legal systems that reflected that morality, and a common idea of the value of the history of this country. But that would all change.

This week on Section 6 we do a follow-up to our interview with Andy Ngo from Portland State, then dive into national anthem protests and other liberal contradictions. Next, evil always rides in on the back of a white horse (healthcare, internet censorship, etc) we discuss the implications of such programs and where the always end up. Lastly, the differences in German political parties ahead of the upcoming elections, and round out the section with the goings-on of the actors on the Middle East stage.

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Sep 16, 2017

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American Not Say-ism

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170037 09/16/2017

If we’re not careful, history will repeat itself. In this week’s boralogue, John coins a new term: Not Say-ism – when people tell you what to say and not say, what to believe and not believe, and what to think and not to think. He compares the Not Says of today with the German Nazis of the 1930s and 1940s and points out the logical fallacies at the core of American Not Says.

What happens when a nation’s heroes are evaluated on the flaws and not on their accomplishments? Author and historian Daniel Mallock (www.danielmallock.com) shows that the latest push by leftists to erase parts of American history by tearing down statues is undoing all the good efforts it took to heal our nation after the Civil War.

The Not-Says are strong on college campuses. Madeleine Kearns (www.spectator.co.uk), Contributing Journalist at the Spectator, compares her time at university in Scotland and New York, recalling that identity politics is rising while free speech is in decline.

Not-Says are picking up steam online as well, with Facebook and YouTube leading the way. Matt Agorist (www.thefreethoughtproject.com), Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Free Thought Project, recounts his battle with Facebook after they blocked his page once for extremist content and another time for no stated reason. Censorship is growing in cyberspace.

After dissecting Diane Feinstein’s comments and a religious test for office in the clip of the week, John speaks with Joe Fioramonti (www.darksquare.com), Founder and Artist at Dark Square about his art work in support of the Hurricane Harvey victims in Houston. We round out the program with Steel Producer Steve and John discussing Twitter tantrums and whether those who engage in them should be fired.

John’s quote of the week:
The mental disorder of American Not-Say-ism is a compulsive totalitarian instinct in which its adherents simply cannot resist coming apart at the seams upon hearing a trigger word and launching into lengthy irrational tirades or engaging in violence against the ‘offender’ – all in the name of defending safe spaces and being tolerant!

This week on our Section 6 Intelligence Brief: climate change questions to ask, contradictions of liberal beliefs (Berkeley, the Pope, climate alarmists), upcoming geopolitical changes in the Middle East, policy issues in the Trump administration (taxes, immigration, etc).

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Sep 9, 2017

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Hate Speech Not Included

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Germany once faced a grim choice: Marxism or Nazism. Today in America, we have the Marxist Antifa group and the white nationalist Nazis. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at those two choices and notes that, despite the message of those who would try to divide us, we do have a third choice: a Constitutional government that allows freedom. It’s always worked. The real battle is between totalitarianism and freedom. It’s time to make our voice heard and choose wisely.

Those who espouse views different from the accepted politically correct narrative are being squeezed out of social media. Paula Bolyard (www.pjmedia.com), Supervising Editor at PJ Media, discusses the new hate news index algorithms being used by Google and Facebook to flag “hate speech” and remove it from the internet.

Democratic socialism is a myth, but that doesn’t stop people from pointing to Norway and Sweden as successful examples of it. Nima Sanandaji (www.ecepr.org), President of the European Center for Entrepreneurship and Policy Reform, examines the fiction of democratic socialism and the benefits of free markets and strong work ethic over big government welfare.

Does voter fraud exist? Is it wrong to require an ID to vote? Irene Garcia (www.judicalwatch.org), Investigative Reporter at Judicial Watch joins us to discuss these issues as well as report on a case out of Massachusetts where federal authorities have discovered fake IDs were being sold to illegal immigrants who later voted in an election in Boston.

Finally we welcome back author and historian Bill Federer (www.americanminute.com) who gives us the history of hate speech back to the American and French Revolutions and reveals a long, drawn-out plan to deconstruct our past, change our history, and allow young students to forget what makes America the great country it is.

John’s quote of the week:
Nazism and Marxism are two sides of the same socialist totalitarian coin. And today, if you listen to some of the discourse, the United States is being offered the very same choice: Antifa neo-Marxism or neo-Nazi racism – as if there were no other choice. There is: a return to constitutional government that has provided us with so much freedom and prosperity.

Coming up in Section 6: natural disasters and emergency preparedness, looking logically at the global warming issue, a Christian persecution update, and a detailed primer on logic and critical thinking.

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Sep 2, 2017

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To Integrate, Merge West

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170035 09/02/2017

We are skipping the boralogue on this Labor Day weekend and diving right into the show with our first guest. Dan Gainor (www.mrc.org), Vice President of Business and Culture at Media Research Center, compares the Left’s attempts today at revising our history with Mao’s Cultural Revolution in the 1960s.

Continuing our series on free speech, Edmund Kozak (www.lifezette.com), political reporter with Lifezette, joins us to discuss censorship against conservatives by Facebook and Twitter and whether Google’s immense size qualifies it as a public utility.

Can Islam integrate into Western culture? Award-winning journalist and television producer Christine Douglass-Williams (www.jihadwatch.org) looks at Islam’s struggle between modernizing and retaining sharia law, and the West’s inability to discuss the issue due to political correctness.

Journalistic credibility, already at an historic low, took another hit this week. Curtis Houck (www.newsbusters.org), Managing Editor of NewsBusters, reports that after a Wall Street Journal editor asked his reporters to write fair, opinion-free stories, the New York Times and other leftists expressed outrage. Of course they did.

John’s quote of the week:
“There was an article in the New York Times and the author noted that hate speech was the same as physical violence and therefore we need to treat it that way. Do you realize that if we had had that same litmus test in this country, we never would have had an American revolution? We never would have had a country.”

Our Section 6 intelligence brief is taking Labor Day off, but John will be back next week with more analysis on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.

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