The election came and went, the inauguration came and went, executive orders came and went – and the sky has not fallen. In this week’s boralogue, John revisits Saul Alinsky’s ‘Rules for Radicals’ to explain the media and political hysteria since Donald Trump’s win last November. Instead of reporting straight news, the elitist media drive fear and confusion forward, proclaiming ‘Chicken Little’ at every turn.
Receiving vouchers to a school of your choice sounds like a great idea, but is it really? Retired educational consultant Robert Davis (www.brassfactory.org) looks at vouchers and the governmental strings attached to them, and points out how tuition usually increases when federal money is involved.
Are China and North Korea on a collision course and is the United States sitting in their path? Columnist and East Asia expert Gordon Chang (www.gordonchang.com) examines the danger each state government poses and the U.S. strategy against them.
Deep State operatives are making the news these days, but who are they and how do they operate? We welcome back historian and Former Senior Associate at the Department of Education Dr. Dennis Cuddy (www.newswithviews.com) who goes behind the scenes and shows how deep state surveillance carries over from one administration to the next.
John’s quote of the week:
“What has become clear is that CNN has become the Chicken Little Network. They’re not alone – sites like the Huff & Puff Post, Salon Magazine, NBC, CBS, ABC, and Mother Jones continue to use incredibly hyperbolic language. They’re telling us the sky is falling so often that when something really does fall, is anyone going to believe them?”
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