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Build Back Inflation

Broadcast Running Time: 01:17:14

John Loeffler

October 30, 2021

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Given the policies that the current administration has put in place, it's not a shock that inflation is picking up. But some in government and the media are telling us it's not a problem. First up this week is Bruce Yandle (mercatus.org), Distinguished Adjunct Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He draws on his previous experience at the top of the Federal Trade Commission to predict when our economic tipping point will be if we don't fix things now. He also shows us what a Bruce Yandle-led Federal Reserve would do to solve the problem.

The Democrat Party is the party in charge right now, causing this inflation. But prior to our last election, several political forecasters were betting the party would soon come to an end. Is that prediction still valid after the election? Bob Adelmann (thenewamerican.com), retired entrepreneur and conservative columnist, is here to answer that. He describes why the party would disappear in a few years and gives an early prediction as to how the 2022 midterm elections will turn out for both houses of Congress.

Finally this week, we take a look at why the catchphrase ‘Build Back Better' is an empty slogan that's actually accomplishing nothing. Joining us is Seton Motley (lessgovernment.org), Founder and President of the group Less Government. He looks at how everything fits together from our supply chain issues to China's rise after the fall of the Soviet Union to Chinese influence in our college education system. He finishes up weighing in on the future of pandemic-related issues in this country.

Bruce Yandle: Frankenstein Economy

Broadcast Running Time: 23:07

John Loeffler

October 25, 2021

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Despite what some in government, and by extension the media, are telling you, inflation is a problem and it won't go away soon given the path we're on. Here today to discuss is Bruce Yandle (mercatus.org), Distinguished Adjunct Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He predicts when the tipping point will be in our economy if things don't change. Eventually, not only will our debt crush us, but even the interest on the debt will become too much. What does our economy look like? He likens it to Frankenstein's monster – stitched together, unpredictable, and one that may eventually turn on us. He also gives us what he would do if he were in charge of the Federal Reserve.

Secession 160 Years Later

Broadcast Running Time: 1:16:00

John Loeffler

July 11, 2020

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With all the division in this country, are we close to another Civil War or to states seceding from the Union? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the trend away from personal freedom toward more government control. One side’s views should not be codified into law at the detriment of another side’s views. We should retain freedom and in doing so, stay united.

Wading into the secession discussion is F.H. Buckley (www.fhbuckley.com), Law Professor at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University, who discusses the likelihood of secession, why the Left is currently rioting, and how hypocritical the Democrat Party is being toward its constituents.

Back by popular demand is long-time friend of the show, historian and former Senior Associate at the Department of Education Dennis Cuddy (www.newswithviews.com). He looks at the inherent racism behind many progressive institutions, linking Margaret Sanger and the eugenics movement with Adolph Hitler’s evil plans. Dr. Cuddy goes on to discuss the link between Sanger and the eugenics movement here with Hitler and his more diabolical plans, and how the Illuminati factored into all of this.

Finally, this week, we welcome Ricki Hollander (www.camera.org), Senior Media Analyst at CAMERA, who examines the link between the BDS – boycott, divest, and sanctions – movement and virulent anti-semitism, giving examples of horrible insults hurled at Jews and Jewish students, both on and off campus.

F.H. Buckley: Secession Session

Broadcast Running Time: 24:14

John Loeffler

July 10, 2020

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Will there or will there not be secession – that is the question. Joining us today is F.H. Buckley (www.fhbuckley.com), Law Professor at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. He looks at the likelihood that some states would either break off and join parts of others to form a new state or if swaths of states would secede from the U.S. and create their own country, a la 1861.

Professor Buckley gives the reason why the Left is rioting (hint: it’s about a certain occupant in the White House), and then shows how extremely hypocritical the Democrat Party seems to be by logically laying out what they should be doing to help their constituents – but don’t ever seem to actually do.