John’s extended boralogue initiates the program by painting a new concept called the “comma-but,” which progressives seem to utilize subconsciously in order to reconcile the constant problems they confront as their relativist, self-contradicting values keep slamming into each other logically. Of use is a section of the Biden/Ryan debate on the issue of abortion.
Then the spotlight turns to Dr. Thomas Woods, Ph.D., (www.libertyclassroom.com) for an explanation of how monetary policy is actually driving the bus towards an economic cliff, while both candidates for president seem to missing the next-up crisis of the next four years. Of interest is an article written in the Huffington Post attacking those who would dare attack the Fed.
So how does a South African view the global media’s analysis of world events, notably news stories from Africa and the Middle East? Dr. Peter Hammond (www.frontline.org.za) returns to the show for a global perspective of geopolitics outside the US, with a special eye on the Islamic world.