Zinn of Omission

Broadcast Running Time: 2:02:49

In this week’s boralogue, John diverts off-script and shares his personal history. He covers his childhood, his heritage, and his experiences among many cultures throughout his life. Here in America, we are a diverse society and that is a good thing. We have to work together, remember who we are, and focus on that rather than on the division in which we find ourselves today.

Mary GrabarAmerican history in academic textbooks has shifted from fact-based events to ideology-driven narratives. Mary Grabar (www.dissidentprof.com), Fellow at the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization, discusses how Howard Zinn spearheaded the project to change history textbooks. His primer shows how America is a horrible, awful country whose only solution is to adopt socialism. That is being taught to our children right now.

John SikkemaCanada has slid a little further down the progressive lawfare cliff than the United States. John Sikkema (www.arpacanada.ca), Legal Counsel for the Association for Reformed Political Action in Ottawa describes how, thanks to politically correct ideology, legal terms like harassment and ‘hate crimes’ are being redefined in Canada. Formerly law-abiding citizens who happen to disagree with the preferred narrative are now becoming criminals.

Ofra BengioAfter the U.S. embassy attack in Baghdad a few weeks ago, questions have arisen as to what exactly is going on in Iraq. Ofra Bengio (www.dayan.org), Senior Fellow at the Moshe Dayan Center joins us from Tel Aviv to discuss the geopolitics of Iraq, including the status with Kurdistan, the struggle to establish a unified government, and interference from Iran.

John’s quote of the week:
FBI Director Christopher Ray wrote in a letter last week that he deeply regrets the Bureau’s many errors in the process of obtaining warrants on former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page. Isn’t that cute? He apologized. Try that in court sometime if you’re convicted. ‘Yes, your honor, I murdered that man. But I apologize.’ ‘OK, you’re free to go.’ It doesn’t work that way.

On this week’s extra segment, we crank up the Way-back machine, going back 18 years to March 2002 with Dr. Dennis Cuddy and Charlotte Iserbyt, discussing the problems with No Child Left Behind, including most ironically how most children were in fact left behind.


01/18/2020 Zinn of Omission

Podcast Episode Chapters – (Segment start time)

1 – Boralogue – John’s Personal History (2:24)
2 – Mary Grabar – Zinn Education Project (13:29)
3 – Mary Grabar – Zinn Related to the 1619 Project (26:24)
      John Loeffler – Change Agentry (34:46)
4 – John Sikkema – Progressive Legal Cases in Canada (39:46)
5 – John Loeffler – Educating America About Impeachment (52:40)
      Ofra Bengio – Iraq Update: Focus on Kurdistan (55:58)
6 – Ofra Bengio – Iraq Update: Geopolitics with Iran (1:05:03)
      John Loeffler – History Lesson: Col. Edward Mandell House (1:14:11)
7 – Extras Segment – Dr. Dennis Cuddy & Charlotte Iserbyt, March 2002, on Education (1:17:57)

      End of Show (2:02:49)


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