We are already seeing rumblings about voter fraud and election chaos – and we’re still two months away from election day! Ken Timmerman (www.iran.org), President of the Foundation for Democracy in Iran is here to discuss his new book, Election Heist. He looks at voter fraud in general, the potential chaos of mail-in ballots, ballot harvesting, suspect counting methods, and a slew of legal battle on the horizon, both leading up to and for weeks after election day. We need to prepare ourselves for all the shenanigans and chaos that’s about to happen in this country.
John finishes up the podcast today with a brief discourse on the fallacy of the misuse of statistics and the study wars we see play out in political discourse.
First up this week, we look at the link between China's Communist Party and the World Health Organization. Claudia Rosett (www.iwf.org), Foreign Policy Fellow for the International Women's Forum, joins us to examine the coverup by both parties at the onset of the Covid outbreak and at every step since.
Next up, we welcome Jeremy Dys (www.firstliberty.org), Special Counsel for the First Liberty Institute, who dives into the First Amendment, specifically the free exercise of religion clause, how it's often ignored, and how religion in general is treated more like a virus today than Covid.
Recently, a video featuring a group of doctors speaking about the benefits of hydroxychloroquine was arbitrarily deleted from online sites due to supposed dangerous content. Pat Wood (www.citizensforfreespeech.org), Founder of Citizens for Free Speech, is back with us, to discuss his organization's experience with censorship and cancel culture.
We wrap up this week with long-time guest Dexter Van Zile (www.camera.org), Christian Media Analyst for CAMERA, who looks at the case of a Jewish rabbi who, despite immense fanfare at his hiring, was quietly let go after his support for Israel was discovered. These leftist bullying tactics are spreading from college campuses into the streets and into everyday lives.
How did we get to the point where this country is as incredibly divided as we are today? There are two sides coming from two completely different worldview foundations – traditional values vs socialism. In today's boralogue, John looks at the progressive changes in our education system over the past century that have led to the deep division we see today. Religion, patriotism, capitalism, private property, and sovereignty have been removed from education, replaced by socialism and globalism. Children who have been exposed to this now hold on to one worldview foundation, warring against those who champion traditional values. Our education system has been poisoned and a divisive America is the result.
The virus at the heart of this pandemic has cost the world hundreds of thousands of lives and trillions of dollars. The culprit, however, has a very influential propaganda arm. Joining us today is Claudia Rosett (www.iwf.org), Foreign Policy Fellow for the International Women's Forum. She focuses on the different ways that the World Health Organization has helped cover up the Chinese Communist Party's actions both before and after the outbreak began.
Ms. Rosett examines the history of the relationship between China and the WHO and how, if you attempt to push back against the propaganda from both of those parties, China will make it hard for you financially. Everything was done in the beginning to cover up wrongdoing rather than try to mitigate the spread of the virus. Would we have a pandemic had there been immediate disclosure?
Recently, a video featuring a group of doctors speaking about the benefits of hydroxychloroquine was arbitrarily deleted from online sites due to supposed dangerous content. Pat Wood (www.citizensforfreespeech.org), Founder of Citizens for Free Speech as well as a renowned technocracy expert, is back with us, to discuss his organization's experience with censorship and cancel culture.
Pat dives into the dysfunction of academia, Congress, and even early Covid tracking models. Technocrats started the virus panic, but they've been around a long time planning their moment to strike. Some people are fighting back, but freedom and liberty hang in the balance.
A soft layer of anti-semitism surrounds a lot of the cancel culture on campus and within the protests we see playing out every night in America. Today, we welcome back long-time friend of the show Dexter Van Zile (www.camera.org), Christian Media Analyst for CAMERA. He discusses the case of a Jewish scholar who, despite immense fanfare at his hiring, was quietly let go after his support for Israel was discovered. These leftist bullying tactics are spreading from college campuses into the streets and into everyday lives.
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…" Thus begins the First Amendment. Jeremy Dys (www.firstliberty.org), Special Counsel for First Liberty, joins us to show examples of how government has chosen to ignore the free exercise part of that amendment. There weren't many examples of having to defend our rights until the early 1940s when the number of religious liberty cases increased dramatically.
Jeremy discusses how the government is demanding that the public do things instead of giving them important information and trusting the public to make the right decision. And when it comes to religion, it is being treated more like an infecting virus than COVID-19.
Whirlwind of important topics on this week's show. First up, we welcome back defense and aerospace veteran Reuben Johnson (www.thebulwark.com) who examines the geopolitics of Belarus, with their growing uprisings; Russia and its future; and China's inroads into Eastern Europe with their Belt and Road Initiative.
Back here in America, the far leftist crowd is determined to rid our country of the Electoral College. Trent England (www.saveourstates.com), Founder and Executive Director of Save Our States, discusses the effort to convert us from a representative government for everyone to, what he dubs, the “United Big Cities of America.”
Science and medicine are supposed to be free of politics but it's an election year so all the rules are out the window. Research writer Dennis Behreandt (www.thenewamerican.com) is back with us to look at the science behind hydroxychloroquine as well as the bad publicity it has received simply because President Trump lauded its use. It's supposed to be scientifically – not politically – correct in the world of science.
Next we travel to the Middle East with David Rubin (www.shilohisraelchildren.org), former mayor of Shiloh, Israel, who joins us from his home there. He looks at both the strategic and economic implications of the Israel-United Arab Emirates agreement, focusing on the constant threat from Iran and the financial benefits to the UAE of partnering with the Middle East's only democracy.
We wrap up this week with John's analysis of the government criteria for future vaccine use and the ethical and legal implications in vaccine development and implementation.
The United Arab Emirates and Israel are poised to sign a historic agreement. What are the implications? David Rubin (www.shilohisraelchildren.org), former mayor of Shiloh, Israel joins us from his home there. He looks at both the strategic and economic implications of the agreement, focusing on the constant threat from Iran and the financial impact of partnering with the Middle East's only democracy. Mr. Shiloh discusses how President Trump's other deals in the Middle East have taken a different path than his predecessor's deals and how any deal must be focused on peace and not on specific people groups. He also shares his work as founder of the Shiloh Israel Children's Fund.
America is beautiful but there's a movement afoot to ignore the amber waves of grain and focus more on the gleam of alabaster cities. Trent England (www.saveourstates.com), Founder and Executive Director of Save Our States, joins us to look at the effort to replace the Electoral College with the National Popular Vote. It's better to have a true representative government than one beholden to a few metropolitan areas. As Mr. England says, “We would become the United Big Cities of America.”
John finishes out today's podcast looking at the rules of the Constitution when it comes to voting, how the government was set up in a two-chamber system, and how progressives try to end-run the Constitution in order to get what they want.