I’m often told when I try to understand political correctness that I’m injecting logic into a situation that has none. In this week’s boralogue, John points out the logical fallacies behind this week’s grandstanding at the University of Missouri. Contradictions abound, rules change to fit narratives, and, as Saul Alinsky pointed out, the issue is never the issue. We’re being forced to play a game we cannot win. The only solution is not to play.
President Obama rejected the Keystone Pipeline permit this week, handing green activists a victory and dealing the oil industry and Canada a loss. Michael Whatley (www.consumerenergyalliance.org), Executive Vice President for Consumer Energy Alliance, examines how thousands of jobs and dollars will not find their way into our economy, and how Canada is waiting for the political winds to shift in America before revisiting the project.
With geopolitics in upheaval, terrorism running rampant, and a worldwide economy on the brink, what else can go wrong on this planet? Michael Snyder (www.theeconomiccollapseblog.com), publisher of the Economic Collapse blog, joins us to discuss not only volcanoes, earthquakes, and flooding, but also the downturn in the economy. With a perfect storm brewing, could we be witnessing prophecy at work?
Finally this week, we dive into deep waters of real life science fiction with John Herlosky (www.asorcerersapprentice.com), author of the book: A Sorcerer’s Apprentice. He shares his experience with remote viewing and the CIA and points out both the differences and similarities between science and religion.
As always, join us online for our weekly Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world as well as the ISIS terror attacks in Paris, France.