Today’s program divides into three parts.
The first section is economic as John’s boralogue lays the groundwork by reevaluating the crisis window of 2014. It seems to be sliding and stretching, but barring a rogue event, it will rotate around debt and inflation produced by the world’s major central banks.
There are rumblings of new taxes and methods of “mobilizing domestic revenue” (read wealth confiscation) on the horizon; it’s part of killing the goose that lays the golden egg and expecting it to keep laying after it’s dead. Bill Frezza (www.billfrezza.com) from Forbes magazine (www.forbes.com) premieres on the program for a projection of the new schemes being posed by global financial elites.
Section two switches to religion. Some churches believe Israel is the cause of Muslim persecution of Christians in the Middle East. Church historian and Oxford professor Diarmaid MacCulloch is author of “Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years.” A recent article by Professor MacCulloch is creating somewhat of a controversy.
Section three goes political. The Obamacare train wreck is just starting as virtually all America is attempting to cope with its unknowns. So what are the next bumps to hit? Grace-Marie Turner is executive director of the Galen Institute (www.galen.org) joins us to discuss her article enumerating the bumps.