John guests on Stand up for the Truth with Dave Fiorazo at Q90FM (q90fm.com) in Green Bay, Wisconsin. They discuss the changes John has seen in news reporting over 50 years, as well as the most recent news events, and what this means especially for the freedom of religion. Included is an examination of the failures of churches to counteract indoctrination present in public schools for decades, and what actions should be taken now to prevent large numbers of youth from being siphoned from the faith.
John guests today on Tom Read's program 'It Seems to Me,' which is heard on the American Christian Network. They discuss John's career in radio and how it has spanned the changes in broadcast news, which have occurred over the decades and where that has left us today. Please remember to pray for the persecuted church and join us on Facebook at Praying for Persecuted Christians.
Today John addresses the latest Wokus Pocus tactic being used to suppress truth claims by asserting that certain questions are off-limits because they are "racist" or "phobic." In reality, this poisoning-the-well tactic is simply an effort to avoid having to answer hard questions because the Wokies know they are losing the moral arguments. It dovetails with declaring logic and reason to be racist, double standards applied in issues of race, and the outright censorship of views they don't like. The bottom line? We need to keep asking the hard questions.
All good things must come to an end. After nearly 32 years on the air, this week marks the final radio broadcast of the Steel on Steel program. John kicks off the show by pulling together all we've learned in three decades about how the world works, how we got to where we are today, and where we can expect to head in the future. He leaves a lasting legacy to you, our loyal listeners.
To help John make sense of the changes in America over the last 30 years, he welcomes one of the show's earliest friends, Rabbi Burt Yellin of Messianic Congregation Roeh Israel in Denver, Colorado (roehisrael.org). Past mistakes are coming home to roost and those in power now haven't learned from them because they're proposing the same failed solutions today.
John finishes out the show with one more review, documenting the fellow travelers on the globalist train over the last century and how it affects us today. He then says goodbye to you, the listener.
On behalf of John; his incredible wife Carol who has been the glue that holds us all together; Brad, who solves every problem that comes across his path and keeps us relevant online; Producer Steve, who has had the privilege of occasionally joining John on the microphone for the last quarter of the show's tenure; and from everyone else involved in the show – thanks to all of you for your prayers, your kindness, and your loyalty over the years!
Join us in-studio as we kick off the final weekday episode of Steel on Steel with a look back at thirty years of our most impactful guests, share our ups, downs, predictions and a few of our favorite memories. We also want to thank all of you who have supported us throughout the years and ask that you continue to join us as we transition to a new era. From John and all of us here at Steel on Steel; keep up the good fight, God bless and Semper Veritas!