May 20, 2017

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Not So Civil War

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How much longer will the American people tolerate the constant onslaught of media hysteria regarding the Trump administration? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at how the media is firing buckshot at President Trump, hoping something will stick until a legitimate scandal comes along that they can sink their teeth into. The problem, though, is you can’t maintain Chicken Little status forever. Eventually people will stop taking you seriously.

The nation is divided along separate ideologies. Could this lead to another civil war? Daniel Greenfield (, Journalism Fellow at the Horowitz Freedom Center joins us to discuss the Left’s hypocrisy toward every issue and how if left unchecked could lead to an extended outbreak of violence.

Middle East peace has been a dream for western leaders for many years. Louis Gordon (, Political Science Lecturer at CSU San Bernardino and Ian Oxvenad (, Political Science PhD candidate at UC Riverside, advocate for understanding people groups and regions rather than entire countries as a way to recognizing peace in the Middle East.

Belief in climate change has reached an almost religious fervor. Oren Cass (, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, looks at scientists who refuse to debate, so-called deniers who ignore all science outcomes, and how both groups need to come together and calmly discuss not only the data but also potential economic outcomes.

John’s quote of the week:
“There is a war on truth going on: whether the truth will be able to be spoken and whether or not our system of government can actually survive in an environment where it isn’t allowed to be spoken.”

This week for the Section 6 intelligence Brief, John gets into what’s going on in the areas of: media lies, leaks from the Deep State, prophecies of the end times, and Christian Persecution.

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Jun 2, 2012

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When Christians Seek Asylum

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120022 06/02/2012

The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) is back before the senate, with an oddball consortium of supporters seeking ratification. Phyllis Schlafly from Eagle Forum ( is featured in the first interview today to detail this problematical treaty.

Illegal immigration and policy is a hot center of controversy, but what about Christians seeking asylum in this country as they flee from persecution in their home countries? Professor Louis Gordon from Cal State San Bernardino is a defense attorney for people seeking refuge in this country, and he contrasts today’s conditions with an article he wrote 10 years ago for the Middle East Quarterly.

The Olympics are to be held in London shortly. Have we learned anything about terrorism since the massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics? Olympic historian David Clay Large is author of the book, “Munich 1972,” with a fascinating contrasts of conditions then and now.

Finally, Millennials are going to be asked to foot all the bills the Baby Boomers ran up in entitlement programs, from which the Millennials aren’t going to get any benefit. Are they aware of what this means to them? David Bass ( is a Millennial who wrote a piece for the American Spectator entitled, “The Millennial Perspective.”

John’s boralogue updates the Euro situation again as the world grinds slowly and inexorably toward a global currency crisis. The key indicators to watch are the price and interest rates of sovereign bonds and bank runs.


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