Nov 18, 2017

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Red Warning Lights

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Can we honestly say that we are thankful this holiday season? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the saving grace by faith provided by our Savior and it is through that faith that we have our greatest freedom. We have constitutional freedoms in this country as well and we risk losing them when we don’t thank the God who allowed us to live under them. So love God, love one another, and treat everyone with respect. We can all be thankful for that.

Plus, don’t miss John’s annual cranberry recipe. Make sure to have your ID handy when purchasing ingredients!

How does the Middle East chess board, with its complex interacting pieces, look today? Kevin Freeman (www.globaleconomicwarfare.com), Founder and CEO of Freeman Global, points out that economic and geopolitical warning lights are going off in the Middle East between Saudi Arabia, Israel, Iran, and of course the United States.

Why is the 1917 Balfour Declaration suddenly controversial today? Author and retired attorney Rick Richman (www.jpundit.typepad.com) answers that question and explains why a two-state solution always fails, even when a vast majority of demands are met.

What happens when a campus religious group espouses the same beliefs as their religious institution, but is still called a hate group? Ashley McGuire (www.thecatholicassociation.org), Senior Fellow with The Catholic Association, examines political correctness on campus and the denial of first amendment freedoms.

John’s quote of the week:
I’ve been wondering if all of these people screaming about rights and oppression really recognize how well off they are compared with the rest of the world. You want to see oppression? Come with me to certain countries in the world and I’ll show you oppression. And if you live to escape from it, you can tell other people about it.”

This week in Section 6: John discusses the politics behind the recent Roy Moore accusations, how the Clintons have outlasted their usefulness, the Pope’s views on climate change — the Paris Accord, and facts. We’ll also talk about the spiritual dynamic behind much of our current events, and finally, the real tax plan being proposed.

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Jan 14, 2017

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Legacy

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Middle East peace talks begin this weekend in Paris while neither Israel nor any Palestinian group has been invited. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the history of the term Palestinian, who actually occupied the West Bank and Gaza before 1967, and the most likely outcome of the talks: a plan for a two-state solution. How will this affect the area’s future?

A bill was recently signed into law that would establish a government office to disseminate U.S. foreign policy and to combat fake news. In other words, we may soon have an official Ministry of Truth. We welcome back Alex Newman (www.thenewamerican.com), Correspondent for The New American, who points out that certain journalists could be labeled as illegitimate just for disagreeing with the government.

As we air our final show of the Obama administration era, we are taking a look at the president’s legacy. Fox News Strategic Analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (www.foxnews.com) examines the weakened status and poor morale in our military and what Trump can do to improve it. He also analyzes foreign policy issues concerning Russia, China, and Iran.

President Obama has touted his legacy as positive in nearly every respect, however the truth lies far below that. Jeffery Tucker (www.fee.org), Director of Content for the Foundation for Economic Education discusses the president’s poor handling of the economy, including implementing both Obamacare and oppressive business regulations.

Leftists have been operating from the Alinsky playbook for decades, but now President-elect Trump is using those same methods against them. Dr. Tome Borelli (www.conservativereview.com), Contributor at Conservative Review contrasts how Trump is using companies to lobby for tax reform versus how Obama used drug companies to lobby for Obamacare and bigger government.

John’s quote of the week:
“I’m sure people would like to see peace in the Middle East but you have to ask on what terms and at what cost. Given the current biases present in the United Nations against Israel, those are very sobering questions.”

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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Sep 3, 2016

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Broken Process

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Why are many Americans in a rush to pull down the freedoms our forefathers fought so hard to gain? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the decline in freedoms in the United States, pointing out the hypocrisy from politically correct elites who preach against intolerance and microagressions – all in an intolerant and aggressive manner. It’s time to stand up against the nonsense and exercise our freedoms; or we may just lose them.

Can peace exist between Israel and Palestine when one side doesn’t want peace? Author and historian Dr. Robert Wolfe (www.robert-wolfe.com) joins us to discuss the prospects of both one- and two-state solutions and how donated money does not find its way to Palestinians that need it.

Bitcoin has emerged on the world scene as an oft-used electronic currency. David Ackerman (www.soundincomestrategies.com), Attorney and CCO at Sound Investment Strategies, reviews Bitcoin’s background and analyzes its value and whether it should be regulated.

The Constitution of the United States of America – is it really a living and breathing document? Michael Lee (www.unbiasedamerica.com), Columnist for Unbiased America, looks at how the document’s text has been tortured by activist judges to say things the founders never intended it to say. If you want to change the Constitution, there is an amendment process.

Finally, we circle back to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with Denis MacEoin (www.gatestoneinstitute.org), Senior Fellow at the Gatestone Institute, who examines the history of Islam in Jerusalem and the negative influence on the United Nations from Muslim countries and groups.

John’s quote of the week:
“The ideas of freedom and freedom of speech and freedom of conscience and freedom of religion are late arrivals in the history of the world. They are always under pressure and they haven’t even been expanded to the entire world yet. And they are under duress now in the one area where it came to birth.”

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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