education system

The long rolling agenda to establish a New World Order has affected virtually every aspect of our lives, including education. In order to understand how we got to where we are, we need to recognize the history of this long rolling agenda. Back with us is long-time friend of the show, Dennis Cuddy, a historian and former Senior Associate at the Department of Education (newswithviews.com). He shows how educrats removed moral absolutes and Judeo-Christian values from schools and replaced them with leftist ideals and globalism.

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights..." We are all familiar with the words. But what did the founders mean by unalienable rights? Robert Curry (claremont.org), Board Member at the Claremont Institute, joins us to discuss the difference between alienable and unalienable rights and how the latter is under attack today. Common sense has been lost and in its place has emerged a post-truth ideology.

Finally this week, we attempt to look at free speech and journalism from a balanced, middle of the ground perspective with Matt Welch (reason.com), libertarian and Editor at Large at Reason Magazine. He looks at the difference between the cultural value and the legal value of free speech in society. He also goes over the history of journalism and how the media, an institution protected under the first amendment, has now come out against free speech.

Dennis Cuddy: New World Shift in Education

Broadcast Running Time: 27:10

John Loeffler

April 1, 2021

Read More

There has been a long rolling agenda to establish a New World Order and it has affected virtually every aspect of our lives. In order to understand how we got to where we are, specifically in education, we need to understand the history of this long rolling agenda. Back with us today is long-time friend of the show, historian and former Senior Associate at the Department of Education, Dennis Cuddy (newswithviews.com). He shows how the educrats planned to get rid of moral absolutes and replace logic and reason with emotional response. Judeo-Christian values were thrown out of school and a leftist belief system filled the vacuum. Why was all of this done? To move us toward a global government and away from national sovereignty.

Sino-Persecution

Broadcast Running Time: 01:17:02

John Loeffler

February 27, 2021

Read More

A hot spot for religious persecution today, especially against Christians, can be found in China. Opening the show this week is Founder and President of China Aid, Bob Fu (chinaaid.org), who is also a Christian refugee from China. He describes how physical and virtual church gatherings have been banned, millions of people are in reeducation camps, and many people have been arrested and thrown in prison for hosting in-house church meetings and prayer groups. But the silver lining is that when persecution grows, so does the zeal for Christ and the number of Christians.

Since news stories have piled up here in the studio, John, Carol, and Steve convene the Steel Round Table to discuss a variety of important issues. They look at the cold wave that hit Texas and the issues surrounding that, a bill in the House that seems to target only President Trump, the push toward a digital currency, and Andrew Cuomo's rapid decline in the eyes of leftists. They also examine the chaos surrounding postmodernist thinking.

Will the ideological divide continue to widen in America or can we truly keep this the United States? Wrapping up the program this week is Dr. Richard Land (ses.edu), President of Southern Evangelical Seminary. He looks at the growing discontent among fly-over folks at being censored. The media is to blame as they throw gasoline on the fire of division with biased reporting and alternative definitions of words. The education system is to blame as well, teaching children that this is a horrible and racist country. Is there anything we can do to turn this highly divisive tide?

John Loeffler

February 1, 2021

Read More

Back after a long hiatus, John sits down as interviewee with Lee Lancaster on KYMS radio here in the Inland Northwest. The two cover a variety of topics including the fascist censorship we're seeing online, the inevitable push by leftists to take over or outright eliminate the church, and how the education system in the West has become completely hostile to the Christian faith.

John Loeffler

September 1, 2020

Read More

Far left progressives constantly contradict themselves. They stand up for behavior committed by those on the left but they always condemn the same behavior committed by those on the right. Why is that? Thomas Cargill (www.independent.org), Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute is here to answer that. In short, it's all about gaining power and keeping it. They target the education system and they perpetuate cancel culture. That leads to totalitarianism which then leads to power. Mr. Cargill also shares some uncomfortable truths about the ideological origins of Planned Parenthood and how that ideology fit very nicely with progressivism.

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.

In 1994, John produced a program on KWGN in Denver that featured a round table of guests discussing the truth about outcome-based education. What was said then, we are seeing today, so we will play a lot from that program on this week's show. John moderated and the featured guests were Charlotte Iserbyt, Dwight Williams, Berit Kjos, and Gen Yvette Sutton.

Topics discussed include the processes put into place allowing outcome-based education to begin, the work of change agents to convince the public that this radical transformation was a good idea, and getting children to transition from logical reasoning to emotional reasoning.

The guests go on to examine how teachers and administrators changed the way students thought and how they approached problem-solving, and how standardized tests have changed over the years to reflect this radical transformation of America's education system.

John's quote of the week:
"If you took standardized testing from 1960 and asked a student today to pass that test, they wouldn't be able to do it. And the student from 1960 couldn't pass today's test because they couldn't think in politically correct terms. It's difficult to compare apples to oranges to see how far we have fallen."

The Extras Segment is taking a two-week hiatus due to the holidays but it will return with perfect 2020 vision in the New Year!