Russia is not doing great. Neither is China. The U.S. isn't faring much better. What's going on around the world? ...Read More
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Russia is not doing great. Neither is China. The U.S. isn't faring much better. What's going on around the world? Back with us to take a look is Ukraine-based defense expert Reuben Johnson. After examining Russia's buildup on Ukraine's border and possible imminent attack, he discusses Russia's impending economic disaster, China's demographic crisis – as well as ours, and how the majority of the world's superpowers are facing some sort of calamity. He also covers the importance of learning and understanding history so as not to repeat mistakes and move forward strategically and intelligently.
Broadcast Running Time: 31:29
John and Producer Steve take over the studio for today's podcast, looking at inconsistencies in leftist "logic" and media narratives. Steve is having none of it, quietly ranting while John calmly explains what we're seeing and hearing out there. They cover vaccines and the mandates that are requiring them, Kyle Rittenhouse's guilt or innocence – depending on what side you're on, the failure of defunding the police, and the nature of definitions, especially when it comes to racism.
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The Supreme Court heard arguments this week in a case involving a Mississippi ban on all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy. There is more to the abortion debate than the usual topics. Opening the show this week, John highlights the shifting definition of an unborn baby over the years by the pro-abortion crowd. It went from a clump of cells to maybe alive to 'OK, it's a human.' But they also say that while it may be a human, it's still not a person. This gives them the so-called moral justification to perform abortions. It's what the Nazis did – they depersonalized Jews so that they could justify places like Auschwitz. There is a lot going on around the world so we shift our focus to global geopolitics. Back with us this week is Ukraine-based defense expert Reuben Johnson. He and John discuss military aircraft sales in Dubai involving the UAE and Russia, which could indicate Russia's shift away from talks with Iran. Also, Russia is building up their military on the border with Ukraine and the migrant situation at the Belarus-Poland border is heating up. Plus, Covid misinformation is not unique to the U.S. – he shows how other countries are dealing with it. Finally this week, we dive back into the school boards versus parents issue with Nicole Neily (defendinged.org), Founder and President of Parents Defending Education. She examines how shameless school boards and teachers' unions have been in the education arena and how it has galvanized parents to stand up for their rights. She offers ways that parents can fight back against educrat tyranny and protect their children.
We can have discussions on immigration but sometimes it is best to hear it directly from someone who experienced it themselves. Giving us her incredible story today is international lawyer and freedom advocate Virginia Prodan (virginiaprodan.com). She describes the hardships she escaped and the journey once she arrived in the U.S. America equals freedom and opportunity to so many people striving to get here. She points out that immigration should be legal and if we don't like the laws surrounding it, they should be changed, not ignored.
Broadcast Running Time: 30:06
Following up on John's boralogue from yesterday regarding the abortion debate, we welcome gifted pro-life speaker and host of the UnAborted! podcast Seth Gruber (sethgruber.com) to the show today. He and John tackle the silence from the Christian church in regards to abortion and compare it to silence from the church in the past. Seth looks at the benefits of speaking up and fighting to protect the unborn and the successes that he's had. Eventually everyone will have to make a stand and make a choice. Silence may be that choice, but even silence will speak loudly about where you stand on the issue.
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