Nov 25, 2017

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Fight for Freedom

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We are skipping the boralogue this week and jumping right into things with our first guest, KrisAnne Hall (www.krisannehall.com), President of Liberty First University, who explains the difference between a right and a benefit. The two seem to be flipping in our society today.

Why did so many evangelicals vote for Donald Trump and has that had an impact outside of politics? Stephen Mansfield (www.choosingdonaldtrump.com), author and head of the Mansfield Group discusses the factors leading up to Donald Trump’s election and the subsequent repercussions inside the evangelical church.

Are we finally seeing a backlash against a relentless progressive ideology or is it a momentary lull? Bruce Thornton (www.fresnostate.edu), Classics and Humanities Professor at Cal State Fresno, examines declining sales in the NFL and Hollywood and also looks at the fallacies of socialism and why millennials are buying into it.

John’s quote of the week:
The mainstream media in the last election threw off any pretense and just came out unabashedly for their candidate. They left any professionalism in the dust and I don’t know if they’re every going to recover from that.

During Section 6 this week, we air John’s most recent appearance on “It Seems to Me” with Tom Read. They discuss media hypocrisy, civil asset forfeiture, and dirty political strategies.

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Nov 12, 2016

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Narrative Trumped

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After the election this week, many across America are asking, what happened? In this week’s boralogue, John shows that reality became real and now the elites and the media are continuing to push the same narrative they’ve always had, only massaged to accommodate for the new reality. It turns out that when you demean a large portion of the population by calling them racists and other names, that portion grows weary and votes out your candidate.

How are college students reacting to Donald Trump’s election? William Nardi (www.therabblerouser.org), current sophomore at Roger Williams University, joins us to show that students are angry, crying, and at times committing vandalism. Part of the problem lies with politically correct narratives that are taught at an early age and carry over into college.

Finally we explore the topic of euthanasia in Europe and Canada. Wesley Smith (www.discovery.org), Senior Director at the Discovery Institute discusses human exceptionalism and medical discrimination and how doctors, hospitals, insurance providers, and progressive policies are removing patient choice from end of life decisions. How soon before this becomes a reality in America?

John’s quote of the week:
“It’s the very fact that they’ve done nothing but called the people in flyover land names with little rational argument that people voted the way they did. They’re sick and tired of it.”

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Mar 5, 2016

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Relearn

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Super Tuesday came and went with Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton emerging as the front-runners for the White House. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the GOP Establishment’s panic at a Trump presidency and reveals Trump’s popularity stems from his ability to be a street fighter and use the same tactics as liberals have these past several decades. Trump is proving if you can’t beat them, mock them.

It’s important that nations in the West not forget their identity and what made them great. Peter Hammond (www.frontline.org.za), Head of Frontline Fellowship in southern Africa, joins us to discuss the corrosive effects of political correctness and the similarities between Marxism and Islam.

Islamists have a clear understanding of who they are. Herb London (www.londoncenter.org), President of the London Center for Policy Research, examines multiculturalism and its unfortunate outcomes and advocates for open and honest debate in the marketplace of ideas. The West should be defending liberty – but we’re not.

With political correctness and multiculturalism running rampant, you have to ask why the Left is so fascinated with Islam? Daniel Greenfield (www.frontpagemag.com), Shillman Journalism Fellow with the David Horowitz Freedom Center, rounds out the program this week by uncovering a hierarchy within victim groups and why Christians are singled out for persecution more than any other group.

John’s quote of the week:
“Remember Loeffler’s number one rule: never appoint the people to get you out of a problem who got you into it in the first place. If they knew what they were doing, you wouldn’t be there.”

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Jan 2, 2016

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Looking Forward

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Farewell 2015, we hardly knew ye. Time flies as we welcome in the New Year. Happy 2016, everyone! We will dispense with the boralogue this week and jump right in with our first guest, Bill Koenig (www.watch.org), head of World Watch Daily, who looks at the year in review and what is to come.

In an extended conversation, Bill examines Donald Trump’s rise in popularity and the media’s dislike of it, the dynamics from last year’s comments by the Pope, how President Obama is viewed from inside our government, and what’s in store for Israeli-Palestinian relations this year. Can the world get crazier than it currently is? Dangerous question to ask.

How will the Middle East play out in 2016 and beyond? We welcome back long-time guest Avi Lipkin (www.vicmord.com), who shares his predictions of major geopolitical and military moves between Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, and Turkey, how immigration will further Islam’s war on the West, and a confrontation between the one-world government and Islam over power and money.

John’s quote of the week:

“The problem with the institutional racism game is … it’s like a game you get in to – you can’t win, you can’t break even, and you can’t get out of the game. And the only answer is not to play.”

Our Section 6 intelligence brief is on hiatus this week, but it will return next week.

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