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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Sep 19, 2015

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Controlled Environment

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What is truth? In this week’s boralogue, Johns examines church members who are claiming to be Christians but don’t believe in Christ and atheist ministers who still want to lead their church congregations. Why be part of a belief system you don’t believe in? There is such a thing as absolute truth, even for those who claim there isn’t. If you believe in truth, it makes a demand upon you that you live according to that truth. But politicians and many in the church today adhere to a politically correct version of reality that stands in opposition to actual truth. One day they will come to realize — as all of us will — that truth is reality and it always wins out.

We continue our thread this week highlighting Christian persecution and welcome to the program Nasir Bhatti (www.pakistanchristiancongress.org), President of the Pakistan Christian Congress. He examines the delays that Christians encounter in receiving refugee status from the United Nations and touches on the immigration problems facing Europe.

“The nine most terrifying words in the English language,” former President Ronald Reagan once said, “are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.’ “One might urge the government to look up the word ‘help’ in the dictionary. The EPA, an element of said government, has launched a campaign to control every drop of water in the United States, even at the expense of property rights and it’s causing a retain in many states.

Seton Motley (www.lessgovernment.org), President of Less Government and hydrologist Dr. Jay Lehr (www.heartland.org), Science Director at the Heartland Institute, discuss the agency’s overreach and regulations and propose a plan to phase out federal control in favor of state responsibility. Can it be implemented or will it slowly drown in a sea of bureaucracy?

John finishes up with a behind the scenes look at Roman Catholicism, papal infallibility, and the weight of authority behind papal teaching and how that is affecting geopolitics.

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. This week, John takes a look at capitalism and the refugee crisis in Europe.

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May 5, 2012

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Environmental Fascism

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Theoretically governments are supposed to save the planet for future generations. But we now have to ask if we are being forced to save ourselves from those who are saving the planet. Julie MacDonald is former Deputy Undersecretary of the Interior (www.bestscience.org) and she debuts on the program to explain why so many governmental agencies are running rough shod over American citizens with little concern. Environmentalism has become a big-money game with only passing relation to saving the environment.

It seems the United Nations is getting ready to try to impose its control of the Internet by revising an existing international telecommunications treaty. Bartlett Cleland from the Institute for Policy Innovation (www.ipi.org) joins us.

Then in the last part of the program we’ll air clips from congressional hearings this week on persecution of Christians in China, especially noting the plight of Chinese human rights attorney and activist Chen Guangcheng.

John’s boralogue responds to a recent (offensive to many) speech by gay atheist activist Dan Savage to a group of high school journalism students, which has gone viral in some sectors. We’ll examine statements he made from a worldview perspective.

 

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