Shifting Definitions

160002 01/09/2016

Are the politically correct powers that be delusional or are they lying? In this week’s boralogue, John shows that despite their assurances, nuclear deals like the one with North Korea and Iran will fail, Islamic terrorism will affect the United States, and the quicksand that is the Chinese economy will have a profound effect around the world. In order for these narratives to work, politicos must shift the meaning of longstanding definitions, which they hope will keep our eroding foundation from collapsing.

Protesters have taken over an Oregon wildlife refuge after a pair of ranchers was imprisoned by the government. Reed Hopper (, Environmental Law Attorney for the Pacific Legal Foundation, analyzes similar cases where government agencies have overstepped their bounds and violated due process, highlighting the battle between environmentalism and property rights.

Why is our Constitution being interpreted so differently now than when it was created? Jenna Ellis (, Attorney and Law Professor at Colorado Christian University, joins us to discuss the importance of objective morality, showing that historically, the judiciary has shifted Constitutional definitions, resulting in secular humanistic ideals that have been codified into law. We must bring back the true moral authority that our Founding Fathers infused into our Constitution.

John’s quote of the week:
“Mulit-culti doesn’t work. The new culti has no intention of merging into the old culti. There are always problems with violence coming in from the new culti, which means the old culti wants to violentize it back. That just means we don’t talk about it because you can’t say it. So we’ll just call it a giant no-go zone for free speech.”

Back from holiday hiatus is our Section 6 intelligence briefing, featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.

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