Oct 13, 2018

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Postmortem

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The Kavanaugh confirmation circus is finally over. What can we learn from all of this? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the true nature of this battle: the death of judicial activism. SCOTUS may now return to correctly interpreting the Constitution. But there is a devious pattern to defeat candidates and, if they are not defeated, there is a pattern to delegitimize them and the Court. The battle may have been won, but the war is still ongoing.

John then plays a clip of Senator Ben Sasse (R-Nebraska) from the pre-allegation portion of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing where he talks about the three legs of government and why the Supreme Court should not take on the role of Congress or be the center of politics.

John and Producer Steve sit down for a thorough postmortem on the Kavanaugh confirmation process, discussing the reasons behind the Democrats’ tactics, why presumption of innocent should be paramount, and how we bridge the gap between two sides with two very different ideologies.

No one seems to be talking about our economic future, so we have taken it upon ourselves to do just that. John examines the Trump euphoria and plays clips from Ron Paul and Dave McAlvany, who both suggest that we should learn the lessons of 2008 and watch very carefully the condition of our current economic bubble.

What is it like to walk off the Democrat plantation and promote conservatism? We welcome to the program the always entertaining real life sisters and internet sensations Diamond & Silk (www.diamondandsilkinc.com) who advocate for getting out the vote, watching their new movie, Dummycrats, and fighting hypocrisy in politics and the media.

John’s quote of the week:
Are we going to be a free society with the rights guaranteed under the Constitution of speech and religion and press and property – all of which have been under siege by judicial activism for the last 50 years – or will we go careening forward into some kind of oligarchic, progressive, socialistic dictatorship that we know from countries around the world always fails with economic and social collapse?

In this week’s Section 6, John looks at the recent market dip, anti-Semitism in Europe, the backfire of liberal tactics against Kavanaugh, and a very liberal news article, which he deconstructs. We then play an interview John gave with a local (northern Idaho) radio station, KYMS, where he and the host discussed the Pope, church history, and the latest with Christian persecution around the world.

 

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Jun 30, 2018

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What an Outrage!

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What is the outrage du jour? With so many protests popping up and fading away, it’s hard to keep track of what people are mad about. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the importance of watching what is not said and done as an indicator of an ourager’s motivations. Outrage only spreads outrage – it has no solutions or plans other than intense indignation. So what is the true purpose? Obstruction to the current administration – nothing more.

Outrage is everywhere, mostly against Trump supporters and members of his Cabinet. Why is it happening and is there another motive behind it? Author and Townhall.com columnist Derek Hunter (www.townhall.com) joins us to discuss what’s really behind the outrage, how dangerous it’s likely to become, and what, if anything, can be done about it.

John and Producer Steve go through recent Supreme Court decisions regarding President Trump’s travel ban, pregnancy centers and abortions, and internet sales taxes, as well as touch on the reactions from those who disagree with these decisions.

Outrage stems in large part from political correctness. Where did the concept of PC originate? Richard Hawkins (www.thetruthproject.org), Leader of Focus on the Family’s Truth Project, examines the Frankfurt School and the efforts to undermine the family, indoctrinate children, and revise the history of Western civilization.

John’s quote of the week:
Remember that the fight now is not just over truth. It is also over whether or not the Constitution – in the Union so conceived, as Abraham Lincoln said, which was founded in the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776 – is going to long endure. The fight is over the Constitution and a level playing field.

In this week’s Section 6, John and Producer Steve discuss the SCOTUS decision on labor unions, lawsuits against the SPLC, and carbon pricing in Canada. They go on to examine the overall implications of the outrage and vitriol we see in today’s political arena.

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