Coronavirus

Population Control

Broadcast Running Time: 1:47:27

One key measure at the heart of our divide in this country is the definition of core values. In this week's boralogue, John looks at the egregious things proposed and enacted by those in charge, using the crisis as an excuse, and the protests rising up against them. Inside the division, it all comes down to the definition of core values: their core values, which go against constitutional freedoms, are vastly different than ours.

Is there a population control aspect related to this virus and others that came before it? Back with us is long-time friend of the program, historian and former Senior Associate at the Department of Education, Dennis Cuddy. He focuses on how elites have historically been using viruses, among other things, to further their globalist goals, and how this current virus was predicted back in 2015.

How are the climate alarmists dealing with this virus crisis? Rupert Darwell (www.whwg.com), Consulting Director at the White House Writers Group, joins us from England to discuss how the global warming narrative seems to be sputtering amidst the global pandemic. He also looks at the geopolitics and future of climate alarmism.

Finally John welcomes Allie Parker (www.darkallieadvocacy.weebly.com), wife, mother, and family advocate, who examines the scary phenomenon of medical kidnapping and the weaponization of child protective services. After experiencing it herself, Allie now provides guidance to innocent parents who have been falsely accused of child abuse.

John's quote of the week:
“Whenever utopian thinking comes in, not only does there have to be control of population and what they think and what they do, but also who gets to live and who gets to die based on some system that's set up by the elites. And by the way, they are never the first ones to go.”

On this week's extra segment, we play John's recent appearance on radio program It Seems To Me with Spokane radio legend Tom Read. They discuss how badly media has behaved during the Trump administration era and how lopsided to the left their information is. They also mention that if a radio program or station is important to listeners, they should support them.

Modern Brownshirts

Broadcast Running Time: 1:56:55

John Loeffler

February 29, 2020

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Businesses and especially college campuses have transitioned into centers of political correctness. On this week's boralogue, John looks at social justice warriors with their name it and shame it games, outrage campaigns, and even violent mobs. For far too long social justice warriors have been successful, but now many are catching on to these modern Brownshirt tactics and are pushing back. We must always choose freedom over those who would try to keep it from us.

We've heard stories of students or adults having MAGA hats ripped off their heads by suddenly enraged progressives. Karen Hurvitz (www.educationwithoutindoctrination.org), Legal Counsel to the group Education Without Indoctrination, joins us to discuss how her client's life went from bad to worse after his MAGA hat was stolen by his teacher who then waged an all-out legal and outrage campaign against him.

After analyzing the coronavirus's impact on the economy, John welcomes Anne Schlafly Cori (www.eagleforum.org), Chairman of the Eagle Forum, who explains why the Equal Rights Amendment, long thought extinct, has made a comeback recently and why, with its manipulative language, it's a bad idea.

John's quote of the week:
"To the relativists who engage in postmodern thought, any affront that challenges their belief is not just something that needs to be debated. It is a threat to the entire system that they believe in. The only thing that keeps this relative, compartmentalized, self-contradicting series of propositions together is each of them telling each other that it really works and anyone that doesn't agree with them is obviously a --- fill in the blank (and there's a long list)."

On this week's extra segment, we dip back a couple of years to February 2018 with John commenting on several audio clips concerning globalism and the long running agenda to obliterate sovereignty.

Behind the Power Curve

Broadcast Running Time: 2:05:23

John Loeffler

February 22, 2020

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Why did our freedom revolution in the U.S. and by extension the UK, work but the revolution in France fail? In this week's boralogue, John looks at the tale of two revolutions and how ours has worked and why it still succeeds. Some of the things that caused the other revolution to ultimately fail, however, are starting to crop up here and threaten the continued success of our great experiment. It is up to us to keep that from happening.

Did the coronavirus originate with tainted food or is there a more sinister backstory? Joining us is Brandon Weichert (www.weichertreport.com), Manager of the Weichert Report, who points out that there is a military-run virology lab in Wuhan, China that may or may not be a bio-weapons lab. He covers China's tactics with intellectual property theft and coveting of scientists from around the world, both of which could have led to this coronavirus crisis.

How has the coronavirus affected the stock markets, both here and around the world? Dr. Michael Busler (www.stockton.edu), Professor of Finance at Stockton University, joins us to discuss the psychology of markets and his views on how much of an impact the virus will make on global economics.

As a federal bureaucrat, do you have loyalty to your agency and your director, or do you have loyalty to the Constitution? We welcome to the program retired FBI Special Agent David Baldovin (www.theunitedwest.org), who examines the need for reform in government agencies and the inevitable circling of the wagons when one of their own is on the hook for corruption. Fighting the good fight shows who and what you are loyal to.

John's quote of the week:
"Why, if we are such a terrible country (as we have been lectured about over the last thirty or forty years), do thousands and thousands of people want to come here? Why isn't it so good where they are? This is a glaring contradiction in what the media are preaching at us."

On this week's extra segment, we play an interview from June 2002 with the now late Christopher Story about Germany's attempt to dominate the EU and competition with Russia to build a new soviet reaching from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

End of an Interregnum?

Broadcast Running Time: 1:52:30

John Loeffler

February 1, 2020

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It has been a very busy news week, so John will tackle two stories in this week's boralogue. First up is the Coronavirus, which originated in the central China city of Wuhan. John looks at the facts and how it's possible that this could be a virus weaponization situation that got out of control. He then pivots to the new peace plan, recounting a few details and whether or not the Palestinians will eventually come to the table.

How does socialism, which fails every time it is implemented, become so popular with media and with students in the West? Answer: lack of education about it. Joshua Philipp (www.theepochtimes.com), Senior Editor at The Epoch Times newspaper, joins us to give a history of Marxism and what it does to a society and how communism tries to supplant religion by becoming its own so-called morality system.

John takes a moment, as Brexit has finally come, to give a backgrounder on the European Union. He plays Nigel Farage's farewell speech at the EU Parliament this week, highlighting the group's lust for power, their ability to thwart the will of the people by ignoring referenda, and the rise of pro-sovereignty and populist movements in the West.

Finally, we welcome author and retired businessman Jim Hollingsworth (www.co2coalition.org) who discusses his new climate manual that clearly explains several issues surrounding the climate change controversy. Get the manual in kindle or paperback on Amazon here.

John's quote of the week:
"If religion, meaning the religion of the people, does not act as the value system of government, then the government will create its own value system and force it down on the people. That's what you're seeing in China today and we're teeter-tottering with it here in this country."

On this week's extra segment, we dive into the topic of socialism with two boralogues from years past. First up is an extended boralogue from June 2008 where John outlines the three steps of socialism. That is followed up by a boralogue from September 2009 covering how socialism has affected our education and permeates both sides of the aisle in politics.