Today we are absolutely, positively taking the weekend off. If the world comes to an end, there’s no need to do a special show. If something salvageable is left over, we’ll think about doing one.
A drug war rages in parts of Mexico between government agents and drug lords spawning murders and assassinations every week. Yet many Americans choose to live in Mexico. We’ll speak with Allan Wall (www.allanwall.net) about his perspective on Mexican and American relations.
Don Corace is author of the book, “Government Pirates,” and he joins as for the third and last installment of our mini-series on silly prosecutions taking place in the country today.
Dictionaries and encyclopedias are the best thing for improving one’s knowledge base. We’ll discuss why with the author of the Baker “Pocket Guide to World Religions, What Every Christian Needs to Know.” Professor Gerald McDermott provides spirited conversation.
Finally, as school begins shortly, John’s boralogue focuses on the successes of people who take charge of their children’s education instead of leaving it up to a failed government school system.