Oct 27, 2018

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Weather Permitting

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What are the massive gorillas in the room that no one is talking about? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the murder of Jamal Khashoggi as well as the caravan marching north through Mexico. There are narratives in those stories and others that are drowning out the truth. When truth becomes a casualty and we can’t discuss what’s really going on, the freedoms of America that so many are marching toward may soon diminish.

Is it possible to have a real, fact-based conversation about climate and carbon taxes? Climate alarmists don’t want to talk about it, but we will. Dr. Tim Ball (www.drtimball.com), Chief Science Advisor at the International Climate Science Coalition, joins us to discuss how most climate data isn’t measured correctly and how carbon taxes will not achieve the goals set by their proponents.

Should property owners have a right to defend themselves in court against government agencies? Christina Martin (www.pacificlegal.org), Attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation, describes how one of her clients was denied access to federal court after a state agency declared part of her property open to the public.

Is there a link between organ donation and euthanasia? Wesley Smith (www.discovery.org), Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, shows how doctors in other countries are removing viable organs from live patients for harvesting and how many medical professionals are now given the choice between administering euthanasia to a patient they are there to heal or losing their medical license.

John’s quote of the week:
“Do you really think we’ve had a fair climate change debate – the debate that Al Gore declared closed? No, it’s never been held. And in those few cases where small localized debates have been held, the climate alarmists are losing.”

In this week’s Section 6, John and Producer Steve comment on listener emails and discuss the Jamal Khashoggi murder and cover up, President Trump’s modus operandi when it comes to treaties and accords, and Steve briefly tries on a tin foil hat while speculating on the spate of suspicious packages sent to left-leaning politicians (and CNN) this week.

 

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Oct 20, 2018

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Wrong Side of the Law

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Politics today is nothing if not full of contradictions. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the many contradictions that exist with politicians, including the need to label President Trump a dictator all while behaving dictatorially themselves. Don’t pay attention to what politicians say; watch what it is they do. Study your candidates thoroughly and understand these contradictions when you head to the polls next month.

A leaked document from Google shows that the platform has control of a majority of online conversations and seems to be taking a turn toward censorship. Allum Bokhari (www.breitbart.com), Senior Technology Correspondent for Breitbart News, examines the implications from this document. Is there legal recourse for those affected and is there a way to even the social media playing field?

During and since the Kavanaugh circus, law school professors and their students have been stating that there is no need for due process or corroborating evidence. Heather MacDonald (www.manhattan-institute.org), Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, discusses how the future of law could be corrupted, how conservatives are treated on campus, and the mysterious world of intersectionality.

Are Christians urged to distance themselves from Israel? Dexter Van Zile (www.camera.org), Christian Media Analyst for the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting, describes how speakers and church leaders at the Christ at the Checkpoint Conference are convincing Christians that in order to convert Muslims to Christianity, they should shun Israel since Muslims are also against them.

John’s quote of the week:
Most of the discourse we’re engaged in involves clichés. The argument gets lost and you can’t get down to the core questions. It blocks you from getting to the answers. When information pops up elsewhere that your opponents would rather keep blocked, they are left with one alternative: to keep you from speaking. And that’s where freedom dies.

In this week’s Section 6, John and Producer Steve discuss the impact of potential carbon taxes on the rest of the economy, the controversy surrounding the Saudi journalist who was likely murdered at a consulate in Turkey, and the increase in leftist mob violence ahead of next month’s midterm elections.

 

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