James Rogers

What Have We Learned Since 9/11?

Broadcast Running Time: 01:19:28

John Loeffler

September 11, 2021

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Has America learned anything since the attacks on September 11, 2001? The globalists were at work 20 years ago. What are they up to today? We welcome back to the program Pat Wood (citizensforfreespeech.org), Founder and Executive Director of Citizens for Free Speech and Founder of Technocracy News. He looks at the sustainable development plans of the globalists, which are the same now as back then, only now they are armed with artificial intelligence and higher computing power. He also discusses biometrics, the Trilateral Commission, social engineering, and of course technocracy.

The globalists are also waging war on the economic front, using the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as their general. Back with us this week is Alex Newman (thenewamerican.com), Senior Editor at The New American magazine. He examines the IMF’s plan to issue ‘special drawing rights’ that will redistribute America’s wealth and replace the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. Does this sound surprising? It should since no one in the media is talking about it. Can we stop this high-tech theft or is it too late?

Finally this week we look at the concept of inequality and the leftists’ idealistic and unrealistic definition of it. Joining us to discuss this is James Rogers (lawliberty.org), Associate Professor of Political Science at Texas A&M University. Are the rich evil like the left says, or do they offer employment, fund charities that help the poor, and keep the economy humming? The core issue with the leftists’ inequality problem is that those shouting the loudest do the least amount of work to solve it.

James Rogers: Obsession About Inequality

Broadcast Running Time: 21:00

John Loeffler

September 7, 2021

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Inequality is a buzzword around the woke campfire these days, but like most issues associated with wokedom, once you peel back the layers, the original argument falls apart.  Joining us today is James Rogers (lawliberty.org), Associate Professor of Political Science at Texas A&M University.  It's nice to shout that the poor aren't equal to the rich, but few people delve deeper to see that many rich people offer employment, fund charities that help the poor, and keep the economy chugging.  And the irony is, the same people who obsess the most about inequality and the poor are usually well-off individuals who never try and solve the problem.