There’s the actual trip President Trump took to the Middle East and then there’s the one the media reported he took. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the real narrative of the President’s trip: one of establishing meaningful and positive relationships with Israel and Muslim countries. Meanwhile back home, the Russia collusion narrative is failing so the liberals and the media are changing the talking point to that of obstruction of justice.
This year marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 theses being nailed to the door of a church in Wittenberg, Germany. Peter Hammond (www.frontlinefellowship.net), Founder and Director of Frontline Fellowship, examines the many changes brought about by the Reformation to the Church and society and how the freedoms we enjoy today got their start on a church door half a millennia ago.
Protests and riots have centered around anti-police and anti-free speech ideas in recent months, but who is behind all the outrage? And why? Art Thompson (www.jbs.org), CEO of the John Birch Society discusses the Communist Party’s plan to overwhelm law enforcement, causing chaos in our cities, in order to call for a national police force. Citizens could then be controlled and cancerous ideologies could spread unabated.
John’s quote of the week:
“The Reformation switched responsibility before God from an institution to between you and Him. And that I think was the beginning of the idea of hard work, industriousness, free markets, and the idea of freedom itself – all stemming from the idea of personal responsibility before God.”
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