Nov 18, 2017

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Red Warning Lights

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170046 11/18/2017

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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Nov 11, 2017

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The Illogic Chronicles

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170045 11/11/2017

The illogic chronicles have been in full swing this past year as hypocrisy abounds and common sense is ignored. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at California, fake news, and Vatican bishops who are in favor of global warming and gun control. When logic is tossed aside, chaos ensues but reality will eventually win out. It’s up to us to be prepared and stay true. Plus John analyzes Tom Steyer’s call for impeachment in our clip of the week.

Are social media sites consistent in their enforcement of “community standards?” Ben Weingarten (www.benweingarten.com), Founder and CEO of ChangeUp Media, shows how YouTube and Google are circumventing the First Amendment via hate speech laws. Their targets: why only conservatives, of course!

Does the UN protect the sovereign equality of all its Members, as its charter states? Attorney and author Joseph Klein (www.frontpagemag.com) discusses how one country – Israel – isn’t quite as equal in the UN’s eyes as other member states. The Organization has endorsed and sometimes funded anti-Israel activities.

John and producer Steve dive into the illogical statements and hypocritical ideas of college professors and media pundits as part of our illogic chronicles series.

Finally, we take a look at why there is no peace in the Middle East. Philip Carl Salzman (www.mcgill.ca), Anthropology Professor at McGill University in Montreal joins us and explains where true loyalty lies in the Middle East and how peaceful the region would be if Israel didn’t exist.

John’s quote of the week:
The First Amendment – freedom of speech and religion – is guaranteed. It is joined at the hip with the Second Amendment. If you can destroy the Second Amendment, it’s not going to be far behind before the First goes as well.

In this week’s Section 6: Tax reform that’s really not reform, the Roy Moore sex scandal, calling everything racist – including the national anthem, and advice for winter conditions. We close with a persecution update.

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Nov 4, 2017

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EMPty Preparedness

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170044 11/04/2017

When you realize that politics is a game, it becomes easier to spot what’s really going on. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the truth behind tax reform, the Manafort indictment, and the terrorist attack in Lower Manhattan. It’s spin that muddies the waters and makes it difficult to get to and discuss the facts. The most important thing is knowing the truth.

A television network recently aired a documentary on the Vietnam War. Were all the facts portrayed accurately? Francis Sempa (www.wilkes.edu), Federal Prosecutor and Economics Professor at Wilkes University, notes that the evils of Communism were downplayed in the documentary and the attitudes of returning troops were misconstrued. Liberal education is teaching a different history.

Will North Korea (or the sun) fry our electrical grid through electromagnetic pulse? Dr. Peter Vincent Pry (www.emptaskforcenhs.com), Chief of Staff of the Congressional EMP Commission, analyzes the different EMP threats and shows that, while other countries are hardening their infrastructure against an attack, our federal government is dragging its heels.

John’s quote of the week:
There is the ideal, there is the reality, and then there is the spin. The ideal is what should be happening, the reality is what is happening, and then the spin is designed to cover up what is really happening.

In this week’s Section 6, John discusses the new Fed chairman and the basics of currency and monetary policy. Next, we play a clip of Mark Steyn and talk about the politically correct narratives which are always clashing with reality. Lastly, we’ll air John’s recent guest appearance on ‘Attorney Client Privilege‘ with Jenna Ellis – Are we really as divided a country as the media would have us believe? Perhaps not.

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Oct 28, 2017

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Unseen World

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170043 10/28/2017

Next week marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the history of church reformation and the choices made that led directly to the freedoms we enjoy today. In modern America, we are in the midst of another reformation that brings with it a choice as well: keep our freedoms or fall victim to the new tradition of political correctness and multiculturalism.

What are the philosophical differences of Jews living in Israel versus those who live in America? Steve Kramer (www.timesofisrael.com), a retired business owner living in Tel Aviv, Israel breaks down the different sects of Judaism, how each group tends to vote, and looks at the Middle East chessboard involving Israel, Iran, and the Kurds.

Why do we believe what we believe? John Eidsmoe (www.morallaw.org), Law Professor at Faulkner University in Alabama, examines the moral basis for law and theology and looks at how our Constitution is both interpreted and used, often in ways it was never intended.

Some parts of the Bible are heavily discussed while others are ignored. Dr. Michael Heiser (www.drmsh.com), Scholar-in-Residence at Logos Bible Software, discusses the little-studied unseen world of the Bible and points out that how you read the Bible could affect your view of scripture.

John’s quote of the week:
When Luther nailed his theses to the church door in Wittenberg he wasn’t doing anything particularly brazen. But due to the social media of the day – the movable type printing press – his ideas caught fire and resulted in his eventual stand before Emperor Charles V. And the rest is history.

In our Section 6 intelligence brief, we air an episode from this week of Stand Up for the Truth, a podcast that featured John as a guest. He talks about the subtle form of brainwashing infiltrating the country and churches as well as the dialectic thought process and critical thinking.

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