John’s boralogue begins this week’s show with a look at why Washington never seems to change, regardless of who we vote into power, and why reform is harder to find than a simple IRS tax code. When reform is truly needed, you can’t get the status quo gears to change to solve the problem.
With the upcoming anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, John welcomes to the show Judyth Vary Baker (www.jfkconference.com), author of the new book David Ferrie. She reveals first-hand accounts of behind-the-scenes plots in 1963, involving some of the key players in the assassination, including a character not often mentioned, David Ferrie.
Then Arina Grossu (www.frc.org), Director of the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council, examines abortion coverage in the Affordable Care Act, how there is very little to no options for those who are pro-life, and how even if you don’t plan to have an abortion, you are still paying for those that do.
We finish off the show with our weekly look at the amendments to the U.S. Constitution with Michael Connelly, (michaelconnelly.jigsy.com and www.usjf.net), constitutional attorney and Executive Director of the U.S. Justice Foundation. He will analyze amendment numbers 19 and 20.
To our paid subscribers, we continue the Section 6 podcast, our weekly intelligence new briefing, where John comments on several stories making news around the world.
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