Oct 27, 2018

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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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Jun 16, 2018

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Cracks in the Globalist Economy

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It’s relativism versus reality and as always, reality is winning. In this week’s abbreviated boralogue, John looks at the failure of relativistic laws to hold up in the face of real life, using Seattle’s decision to repeal a head tax they had just enacted a month prior after several businesses suggested that perhaps they may skip town and take their money with them.

Policies that go against the beliefs of people, though wildly unpopular, are being enacted in Canada. Natasha Fernandes (www.physiciansforlife.ca), Board Member for Canadian Physicians for Life describes how doctors in Ontario will have to refer patients to abortion or euthanasia services, even if it violates the doctor’s beliefs.

Does the populist victory in recent Italian elections indicate the formation of cracks in the globalist economy? Dave McAlvany (www.mcalvany.com), host of the McAlvany Weekly Commentary discusses the state of the EU financial markets, the future of the global economy, and the raising of interest rates in the United States.

John and Producer Steve look at President Trump and his plans in the Middle East and his relationship with both Benjamin Netanyahu and Justin Trudeau.

We finish the show with financial analyst and AI blogger Cris Sheridan (aiantichrist.blogspot.com) who gives an update on the progress of artificial intelligence, including the ability to perfectly mimic someone’s voice to say whatever you want them to say.

John’s quote of the week:
People with constantly changing, oftentimes self-contradicting morals, are trying to dictate to people by law, with firm constant morals, that they shouldn’t have firm morals when their relative morals go against them.

In this week’s Section 6, John looks at failing policies that garner pushback from the people but harsher policies from government. He goes on to speak about yet another meaningless UN resolution against Israel, Catholic Church policies on immigration, ultra-PC opinions from leftist professors, and thinking for yourself when you see misleading news articles.

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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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Jan 16, 2016

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Point of No Return

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New Year’s Eve mob attacks rocked the city of Cologne, Germany, as well as many other towns in Europe. Outrage from politicos and the media were directed not at the attackers, but in many cases at the victims! In this week’s boralogue, John takes a look at collapsing narratives of the Left and lists several lessons we should learn from the fallout. It begins with rejecting politically correct nonsense.

In light of these attacks and the inappropriate response, has Europe crossed a point of no return and lost what it means to be European? Judith Bergman (www.gatestoneinstitute.org), a writer and political activist, discusses the police and media cover-up in Germany following the attacks and concludes that European leaders’ refusal to acknowledge the problem in favor of a politically correct narrative has brought about the dissolution of Europe’s identity.

In the United States, President Obama began the year by ignoring the second amendment. Larry Pratt (www.gunowners.org), Executive Director of Gun Owners of America, examines the mental health aspect of Obama’s gun control executive action and states that in order to turn government around, we need to elect candidates who will obey and defend the Constitution.

We finish this week with two court cases, the first from Canada. Andre Schutten (www.ARPACanada.ca), Ontario Director of ARPA Canada, updates us on the status of the country’s euthanasia laws, showing that when politics is driving medicine, morals and ethics are swept away.

The second case, involving government interference, originates from Montana. Wen Fa (www.pacificlegal.org), Public Interest Attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation, reveals that Montana’s revenue office has denied tax credit scholarships to students who wish to go to private religious schools, in complete defiance of their own state legislature.

John’s quote of the week:
“We cannot allow to happen here what is happening in Europe. And it begins with rejecting manipulative concepts such as efforts to force us to censor or self-censor speech under the guise of hate speech, micro-aggressions, or all the latest nonsense this crowd keeps cooking up and has cooked up for over half a century. The freedom of many countries in the English-speaking world actually depends upon it.”

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Oct 17, 2015

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Undetected

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The silly season is heating up and this week we witnessed an early boil. Democrat party candidates held their first debate with a fireworks display of droll talking points. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at politicians’ promises of free stuff, despite economic problems on the horizon, a changing Middle East chessboard, impending terror attacks in America, and an out of control debt. Remember one thing: before Obamacare, before the housing crisis, before terrorists breached our borders, and with debate promises made this week, they lied to us.

A recent report from Judicial Watch shows proof that ISIS has infiltrated our southern border. Irene Garcia (www.judicialwatch.org), Investigative Reporter for Judicial Watch, joins us to discuss the failure of security on our porous border and a possible cover-up by Homeland Security officials who say they have no knowledge of any problems. Some ISIS members were caught, but many more have snuck through undetected. Wake up and smell the infiltration.

Now that ISIS is here, what is the likelihood of terrorist attacks? Dan Perkins (www.danperkins.guru), bestselling author of The Brotherhood of the Red Nile trilogy, examines ISIS’s ability to obtain nuclear materials and reveals that terrorists may target America’s heartland rather than New York or Washington. He compares our border crisis to the refugee chaos in Europe and questions whether OPEC countries may be next on the terrorist hit list.

The Hippocratic Oath for physicians in part states, “Nor shall any man’s entreaty prevail upon me to administer poison to anyone; neither will I counsel any man to do so.” Alex Schadenburg (www.epcc.ca), Executive Director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, discusses how Canada’s legislature is redefining euthanasia, and shows that the ability to practice medicine depends on whether or not doctors are willing to allow patients to go through with an act they consider to be wrong.

With terrorist attacks and natural disasters looming on our horizon, it is always good to be prepared. We welcome back Dr. Paul Williams (www.whenallplansfail.com), author of When All Plans Fail, who emphasizes the need for neighborhoods and churches to band together for disaster relief and reviews predicted earthquakes for the U.S. and what life may be like after the big one.

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