impeachment process

We have protections built into our Constitution's Bill of Rights that limit government's interference in our freedom. In this week's boralogue, John looks at how many of those protections are being violated in this impeachment process, focusing on the fourth and fifth amendments. These protections don't necessarily apply in the impeachment process, but it highlights how the House is currently violating the spirit of the Constitution in order to persecute the President.

Opposing Christianity is secularism and it has become its own religion. America's Rabbi Daniel Lapin (www.rabbidaniellapin.com) is back with us after a long absence to discuss the differences between Judeo-Christian and secular societies and what America needs to do to not only retain its religious roots but also strengthen them moving forward.

Evolution is often considered by those in the scientific and academic arenas as being clear cut fact. Emergency Physician John Dale Dunn (www.heartland.org) joins us to bust that myth, showing that the probability of evolution creating even a single cell is astronomical given the time frame needed to do so and the immense complexity of the cell.

John's quote of the week:
"With unreasonable searches and seizures, if you're going to seize something that might be involved in criminal activity, you have to have a clear idea that there is a criminal activity afoot. With this impeachment, they didn't start out knowing there was criminal activity; they started out wanting to impeach. You have to have probable cause that something is wrong. They did not have that."

In this week's Extras segment, we play an interview from November 2012 with Dr. Jeffrey Russell, who discusses his book on fighting back against myths and lies about Christianity. When the interview is over, John briefly covers extremism and the battle for the future - the battle for freedom.

Bad is good, good is bad, dark is light, light is dark, bitter is sweet, and sweet is bitter. In this week's extended boralogue, John highlights speeches from Attorney General Bill Barr, City Journal Editor Myron Magnet, and Queen Elizabeth II of England. From these speeches, we learn that the world is being turned upside down in pursuit of a narrative. Listen to AG Barr's full speech: 

Morals and ethics are now considered to be radical positions. Precepts in the Constitution are ignored in favor of liberal definitions. If an outcome of an election doesn't go their way, progressive elites will obstruct, even though had the election gone the other way, they would have spoken out against obstruction. There is no consistency when you don't have a solid foundation to stand on.

Truth is at times being doubted in the church and that is leading to a corruption of the faith. We welcome back Mike LeMay (www.standupforthetruth.com), General Manager of Q90FM Radio in Wisconsin to examine how an upside down society is adversely affecting the church. He also recognizes that Christian persecution is coming, but we need to fight it every step of the way.

Why would wealthy corporations who have benefited under capitalism advocate for socialism? Author and speaker Michael Rectenwald (www.michaelrectenwald.com) is back with us to answer that question and discuss his new book, The Google Archipelago. He goes on to explain why he stepped away from the liberal mindset after his colleagues turned on him.

John's quote of the week:
"The social justice that's now being pushed into the Bible churches is simply a repackaging of Marxist ideas covered over with something that looks evangelical. A lot of the material sounds good and church leaders fall for it. They fall for it because they don't understand the worldview changes that are underway."

In this week's Extras segment, we give John a break and play a speech (that he attended) given in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho this week by Constitutional Law Attorney, Trump 2020 Legal Analyst and Conservative Commentator on Fox News, Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq). She covers a variety of topics including Constitutional originality and impeachment.