Jun 9, 2018

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A Wave is Coming

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What do freedom of religion rights look like after the Supreme Court’s decision in the Colorado cake baking case? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the positives and negatives of the case’s outcome and asks the question: should you be compelled to provide a service or do something in the course of your business that goes against your conscience? If your philosophy is based on positive rights and relative, flexible values, the answer is yes.

Is there a blue wave coming this November? We welcome back author and expert on political forecasting Dr. Gerard Lameiro (www.greatnewsforamerica.com) who analyzes the political leanings of America’s electorate and discovers that, despite inaccurate polling, we may just see a different-colored wave this November.

The Supreme Court’s decision in the Colorado cake baking case was a win for Jack Phillips. But does it mean future cases will see a similar outcome? Jenna Ellis (www.dobsonfamilyinstitute.com), Director of Public Policy for the James Dobson Family Institute examines the truth behind the decision and advocates for close adherence to what the Constitution actually says.

The European Union has seen a rise in populism through several recent elections, including in Italy. Political strategist Pat Caddell discusses the future of the EU amid deep discontent from its citizens and looks at slanted news coverage and biased social media sites that are trying to stifle debate.

John’s quote of the week:
With the belief that the Constitution is a living breathing document, that one set of rights clobbers another set of rights, we never know from moment to moment where we stand in the law. And that’s the problem with all fungible, all living breathing, all relativist rights – they chafe at any idea that they should be shackled down by the chains of the Constitution.

In this week’s Section 6, John looks at the one-worlders and how they operate. John and Producer Steve discuss secret behind-the-scenes maneuvering by the Obama administration during the Iran Deal, hypocrisy in media, and the Tommy Robinson case in Britain.

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Mar 24, 2018

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As the Spotlight Turns

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What happens when you mesh motives and methodology together? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at how inseparable both the desire to stop more shootings and the need for more gun control laws have become. During the national walkout, some students were punished and others ostracized if they refused to participate in what amounted to a gun control rally. Advocates of gun control are ironically holding up the first amendment in order to tear down the second.

Where can we find the real collusion story? Mary Fanning (www.theamericanreport.org), Investigator for the American Report and the Center for Security Policy, reports on the details of a plan to store a secret cache of weapons at a port in Florida that involves Pakistan, Russia, and the Obama administration. The media’s spotlight is definitely pointed elsewhere on this story.

The media spotlight has also turned away from non-leftist issues happening in South Africa. Dr. Johan Burger (www.issafrica.org), Senior Research Consultant with the Institute for Security Studies in Pretoria, examines the rise in crime in South Africa, especially against white farmers who are being targeted for supposed links to apartheid.

Free speech on campuses is becoming more endangered every week. Steve Amundson (www.counterjihadcoalition.org), Founder of the Counter Jihad Coalition, describes how he was kicked out of a seminar about Islam because the moderators did not like certain questions being asked. Free speech protections and hate speech regulations are coming to a head in the near future. Let’s hope freedom wins.

John’s quote of the week:
When two ideas are fused together, it becomes very difficult socially to agree with one and disagree with the other without incurring social stigmatization, because in the public mind – as they’re presented by the propagandists – they are seen as one and the same.

In this week’s Section 6, we play for you an interview John gave on the podcast Stand Up For the Truth with Mike LeMay on March 13. Topics discussed include Donald Trump’s strategies, Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals,” attacks on freedom of speech, Europe’s cultural decline, and the Left’s outright bitterness toward President Trump.

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Dec 10, 2016

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Fighting Back

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Fidel Castro’s death has brought about many opinions on his leadership in Cuba. In this week’s boralogue, John dissects the reaction by progressive elites like Canada’s Justin Trudeau who praise Castro’s governance and shows the truth behind socialism by looking at what actually happened in Cuba under El Comandante.

Socialism is dangerous and has never succeeded in history, but it has somehow grown in popularity recently. Mike Shotwell (www.mikeshotwell.com), author of the new book Immersed in Red, gives us an insider’s perspective from his time growing up in a Marxist household. He discusses the realities of socialism and how it has influenced the Obama administration.

ISIS has been successful in recruiting young people to their cause but one country is fighting back. Josh Siegel (www.dailysignal.com), News Editor for the Daily Signal explains how a group in the United Kingdom is helping to stop ISIS recruitment and the controversies surrounding it.

Federal agencies are interfering with property rights and owners are beginning stand up to them. Ron Ewart (www.narlo.org), President of the National Association of Rural Landowners describes how government bureaucrats have waged war on cattle ranchers in the west and how reform is needed in agencies that are rife with radical environmentalism.

John’s quote of the week:
“The reactions to the death of Fidel Castro among the progressive elites are extremely telling of why the world is where it is today. Why are they reacting badly to populist uprisings in the West? It’s because those uprisings are threatening the 50-year long march through Western culture to “transform” it from a free market system to a government-controlled socialist utopia.”

As always, join us online for our Section 6 intelligence briefing featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.

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