Aug 26, 2017

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No News That’s Fit to Print

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Racism is back in the spotlight after the events in Charlottesville. Is the fight against it being waged intelligently? In this week’s extended boralogue, John looks at what’s really causing division in our country, the similar roots of fascism and Marxism, and the need to uphold freedom of speech for everyone. Taking down statues isn’t going to solve racism. The freedom for everyone to exchange ideas and discuss the problem may.

Media meltdowns have increased exponentially since last November and it’s tarnishing the reputation of the fourth estate. Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Goodwin (www.nypost.com), Columnist for the New York Post, examines the lowering or at times complete elimination of journalistic standards when it comes to coverage of President Trump. Will the media recover? And should they?

Government control of healthcare can lead to a slide toward totalitarianism. We are joined by constitutional law attorney Jenna Ellis (www.ccu.edu) who reviews the Charlie Gard case in the UK and shows that government is usurping parents’ rights when it comes to their children. She also looks at religious freedom court cases involving cake bakers and gay weddings.

John’s quote of the week:
“When an issue goes stale or becomes dangerous, it is dropped like a hot potato and they move on to the next issue about which they are outraged, forgetting of course the previous outrage which is no longer apparently outrageous. When we have pulled down Confederate statues, they will not be pacified but will move on to the next outrage.”

Coming up in Section 6, John discusses a novel idea; how about free speech for everyone, regardless of their views and beliefs? Plus, what’s the best way to fight hate? It’s simpler than you think. John also covers the tactic of framing the debate and why the Left always seems to get the upper hand. Lastly, the topic of the history of the various reforms and splits in the Christian church. You won’t want to miss this!

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Aug 5, 2017

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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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