A windstorm has hit much of the Pacific Northwest today and the power has gone out in the studio. So instead of John Loeffler's dulcet tones, you get a brief monologue from Producer Steve. Pulling together some thoughts rattling around in his head, Steve looks at why we feel so out of whack lately. In part, it is due to our Constitution being ignored and our rights being pushed down. Laws and rights go together. But if we have too many laws, our rights are shoved aside and we find ourselves racing toward totalitarianism. Is there a way to fix it?
Kameel Majdali, Director of the organization Teach All Nations joins us to first of all discuss his perspective of the attempted hijacking of sovereignty in regards to the Brexit and its similarity with ousting President Trump. He then goes on to answer several questions. How do we stay calm in the face of all this chaos associated with the current paradigm shift? Will we have a reset or a revival? Will there be a great American awakening?
After a brief look behind the scenes of the election chaos, Steve looks at a couple of stories, one involving a public school system and the other the American Medical Association. Linking these together with the plethora of journalist activists in the media, Steve points out that advocacy is showing up in places where it's not supposed to be. This effort is being steered by those who want to bring about the downfall of our country. Can we turn the tide in time?
There are two countries in the world right now vying to be the most powerful – the United States and the People's Republic of China. Brian Kennedy (www.presentdangerchina.org), Chairman of the Committee on the Present Danger: China, joins us to look at the battle between the U.S. and China for global supremacy and the need for the U.S. to thoroughly prepare for the showdown. He also takes a look at the geopolitics of the energy market.
Next up this week, we welcome Thomas Cargill (www.independent.org), Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute who answers the question of why far left progressives constantly contradict themselves on important issues. In the end, it's all about gaining power and control, no matter the means to get there.
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 the mail-in ballot controversy, ballot harvesting, suspect counting methods, and a slew of legal battles on the horizon, both leading up to and for weeks after election day.
We finish out the week on a positive note – religious freedom is being upheld in the courts! Roger Byron (www.firstliberty.org), Senior Counsel for the First Liberty Institute, explains how a recent case set a precedent stopping the removal of religious statues and monuments on public property, upholding religious freedom.
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.