Dr. John Barber

Have Slippery Slope, Will Slip

Broadcast Running Time: 01:17:20

John Loeffler

December 18, 2021

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The slippery slope fallacy is the claim that a particular action will trigger a negative chain of events, positing as true a number of vaguely defined steps in between that draws out an emotional response. John leads off the show this week looking at a couple of slippery slope examples in the news today.

We then transition to the topic of fraud and how many people have claimed that there was plenty of it in the 2020 election. More than a year later, technology has uncovered a portion of that fraud, known as phantom voting. We welcome fraud detection expert Jay Valentine (contingencysales.com) to the show. He explains what phantom voting is, how sovereign fraud is corrupting the voting process, and reveals that certain groups were allowed real-time access to voting information the night of the election. This fraud must be reformed if the integrity of this country is to remain intact.

When the Biden administration shamefully pulled out of Afghanistan, Americans and equipment were left behind. But Afghan women, who had enjoyed a little freedom while U.S. troops were there, also became trapped after the pullout. Joining us today is Dr. John Barber (johnbarberbooks.com), Professor of Theology at Whitefield Theological Seminary. He is an expert on the plight of women in the Middle East and North Africa and shows us what life is like for women there. He also looks at ways Christians can help.

Finally, we dive into the free speech issue, especially where it concerns censorship by Big Tech elites in Silicon Valley. Freelance writer Michael Tennant (thenewamerican.com) wraps up the show this week discussing Section 230, search result manipulation, and the public-private workaround being perpetrated by the government and Big Tech.

Dr. John Barber: Women of Few Rights

Broadcast Running Time: 22:09

John Loeffler

December 15, 2021

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When the Biden administration shamefully pulled out of Afghanistan, they left behind many Americans.  But the women of Afghanistan are trapped there as well.  Interesting that feminist groups aren't outraged about how women are treated in that country.  Joining us today is Dr. John Barber (johnbarberbooks.com), Professor of Theology at Whitefield Theological Seminary.  He explains the role of women in the Arab culture so that those of us in the West can better understand.  He looks at the way women are treated, how Western progressives excuse it, and what Christians can do to help.