May 12, 2018

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Coup de Tehran

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Is it possible to have a newsworthy protest without violence and the shouting down of opponents? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at a protest in Sacramento earlier this month where thousands of people rallied against a bill that would have hindered homeschool parents’ ability to teach their children. The protest was peaceful and stood in stark contrast to the violence of Antifa rallies. But unlike with Antifa, there was a virtual media blackout in Sacramento.

Plus, in our clip of the week, John analyzes President Trump’s remarks ending the so-called Iran Deal and the aftermath of those comments.

Leading up to President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran Deal, Israel pulled off a massive coup in Tehran. Ken Timmerman (www.iran.org), President and CEO of the Foundation for Democracy in Iran, looks at Mossad’s operation to steal thousands of documents proving Iran’s nuclear program is still active and discusses President Trump’s battle with globalist elites.

Continuing our series on the heckler’s veto, we welcome Chris Gaubatz (www.understandingthethreat.com), Executive Vice President at Understanding the Threat, who examines free speech versus sharia law and how civilization jihad is happening all around us while most of us are unaware of its existence.

Revenue to the government may be up, but spending is out of control. Steve Levine (www.axios.com), Future Editor at online news magazine Axios, shows how millennials will be paying long into the future for the economic misdeeds of today. If we’re going to solve the problem, we need to start talking about possible solutions as soon as possible.

Finally, we welcome Tammi Rossman-Benjamin (www.amchainitiative.org), Director of the AMCHA Initiative, who analyzes anti-Semitism on college campuses and points out the hypocrisy of people who praise tolerance and decry hatred, but who are nothing but intolerant and hateful.

John’s quote of the week:
Which group of people would you rather listen to: those who can present rational, quiet arguments for their position in a respectful way, or those who shout down with irrationality and unreason anyone who opposes them, chanting cheap clichés which say absolutely nothing? If you’re a sane person, the answer is pretty simple.

In this week’s Section 6, John and Producer Steve discuss the following: an ongoing effort to subvert the electoral college system in favor of the popular vote, the prospect of the U.S. becoming the world’s top exporter of oil, and an interesting twist in the Robert Mueller saga.

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Sep 22, 2012

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Obama’s Middle East Policy is Bankrupt

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In pursuing news issues on a day to day basis, arriving at the truth of an issue demands filtering through mounds of arguments and counter-arguments plus downright disinformation. As long as reality can be kept at bay, even fallacious arguments survive for a long time in the media. However, when a narrative utterly collapses, it is instructive to witness how those on the wrong side of an issue handle the implosion.

So John’s extended boralogue retraces a history leading up to the Arab spring’s not-surprising collapse into winter, along with an inquiry as to why the media insist on pounding their narratives in the light of glaring contradictions.

Then we’ll see how well the World Council of Churches deals with all of this, even as they have issued a statement concerning the condition of Christians in Pakistan. Dexter van Zile from CAMERA (www.camera.org) joins us.

At the beginning of the decade we heard claims asserting that “Bush stole the election.” What if President Obama wins the popular vote in November’s election but Governor Romney wins the electoral college? Could we be headed for another constitutional or credibility crisis? Tara Ross (www.taraross.com) is an attorney and author of “Enlightened Democracy: The Case for the Electoral College.”

It’s been a year now since Occupy Wall Street, originally billed as a “day of rage,” burst upon the scene as a counterpart to the Tea Party movement. Since the news media have pounded on the dark forces supposedly inside the Tea Party, what’s the record of OWS? 7,000 arrests in over 100 cities in the country would be a good start. Matthew Vadum (www.matthewvadum.com www.capitalresearch.org) ties the history of OWS to Acorn and the radical leftist movement of the 1960s.

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