“Ah distinctly I remember, it was in the bleak December.” Well, so much for Edgar Allen Poe and his ranting and Raven. There’s a radio show to do.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal on the unconstitutional gun ban in Washington D.C. This case may have long-reaching effects on gun rights. Peter Ferrara from the American Civil Rights Union (www.acru.org) joins us for one segment.
You’ve heard explanations how our form of government is being changed without the consent of the governed, notably through the public/private partnerships. So here’s a real-world example from the State of Maryland. Paul Chesser from the John Locke Foundation (www.johnlocke.org) joins us.
Then we run two clips on the subject of the interaction of global currency markets and the emerging oil shortage. The first guest is Gary Dorsch (www.sirchartsalot.com) and the second is Matt Simmons (www.simmonsco-intl.com). When we get done you’ll understand the coming collisions.
John’s boralogue does a whirlwind review of important geopolitical news.