Greater Clarity

Lack of journalistic standards has shown a light on a bigger problem: intersectionality. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at how the clanging and banging of intersectionality and its attempted adherence to social justice has left real people, like the Covington High School kids, in its wake. Intersectionality and its media acolytes are pointing to the self-destructing foundation of a dying belief system.

Globalism has been on a steady rise for decades, but how has it become popular? Researcher and author Carl Teichrib ( describes how dynamic speakers tell us we all need to work together, eschewing sovereignty, to save the planet, all while disguising a hatred for Christianity and a love of paganism.

John takes a moment to dissect a speech given by Walter Cronkite in 1999 upon accepting a global governance award. Cronkite advocated for more global rule and less sovereignty. John notes that ousting sovereignty will never fly with many countries so the idea of global governance would never work. That, it seems, is the way it is.

It’s a unique time in the Middle East as several events and issues are coming together. Seth Frantzman (, Op-Ed Editor for the Jerusalem Post gives us an on the ground perspective from Israel, examining the generational change in leadership of several Middle East nations, how Israel is faring, and the formation of unlikely alliances.

John and Steve wrap up the program this week discussing the epidemic of false assault claims, the media’s response to them, and President Trump’s emergency declaration in regards to border security and the wall.

John’s quote of the week:
“When we go through these three stages – traditional, transitional, and transformational – the middle stage which we are in right now is a big blurry. It’s very hard for people to tell what’s happening, where they’ve come from, and where they’re going. And they don’t realize that major changes are underway.”

In this week’s Extras segment, John is still under the weather so we are charging up the way back machine again and playing an interview from 2014 with Os Guinness. He and John discuss Christianity and how it always provides answers, even during times of trouble, and has always proved wrong those who think it dead.


02/23/2019 Greater Clarity

Podcast Episode Chapters – (Segment start time)

1 – John’s Boralogue – Destruction from Intersectionality (1:59)
2 – Carl Teichrib – Sense of Self Behind Global Governance (13:29)
3 – Carl Teichrib – Globalism Hostile to Christianity (26:23)
4 – Carl Teichrib – Beware the Spiritual Aspect of Globalism (39:46)
       John Loeffler – Walter Cronkite Speech on Globalism (43:50)
5 – Seth Frantzman – Middle East Update (52:40)
6 – John and Producer Steve – The Cost of False Attacks (1:06:03)
7 – Extras Segment – Os Guinness Interview from 2014 on Christianity (1:18:57)

       End of Show (1:44:23)

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