Globalization and the Demise of National Security

05/27/2006

As Americans are locked down in the name of national security — let’s watch and number everyone everywhere — why then are there gaping holes in security, especially on the borders? A different agenda is afoot. Canadian Carl Teichrib and American Pat Wood from the August Review (www.augustreview.com) join us to discuss the demise of security in an age of globalization, demonstrating that much of this is intentional.

John does an extended boralogue on the secularist myth that the U.S. was founded as a totally secular state in the philosophy of the French revolution.

 

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