John and Producer Steve

Solving an Unrecognized Problem

Broadcast Running Time: 1:17:52

John Loeffler

January 2, 2021

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In October, French President Emmanuel Macron announced strict measures to crack down on what he called 'radical Islam.' But what is his definition of that and what are his measures? Mark Durie (markdurie.com), Director of the Institute for Spiritual Awareness, joins us to discuss President Macron's ineffective plans for these measures and what that will mean for adherents to other religions. If you can't recognize the truth of a problem, your policies will always fail. And failing policies are symptoms of a failing worldview that is not based in reality.

Media outlets and fact-checking websites are always beholden to a narrative. It makes reporting the facts surrounding an issue impossible. John and Producer Steve look at how both right and left media outlets spin the news to prop up a point of view that only gives you part of the story. 'Bad' ideas are dismissed as propaganda so that the media's agenda can be furthered. But no one is getting the whole story. When media work as social activists instead of journalists, the truth is brushed aside.

Finally this week, we fire up the way back machine to revisit the issue of a constitutional convention – or a Con-Con. We play an interaction between two guests: first from December 1992, Don Fotheringham, an opponent to the Con-Con, and second from June 2016, Jenna Ellis, a proponent of a convention. Don contends that opening the door to a convention would allow malignant actors to later destroy our country. Jenna argues that because there is a specified agenda and a very involved amendment process, it would be all but impossible to hijack.

John Loeffler: Question & Answer Part 2

Broadcast Running Time: 28:57

John Loeffler

October 12, 2020

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John and Producer Steve pick up where they left off on our last podcast answering listeners' comments and questions.  Topics covered today include cultural racism, religious versus secular rule in society and government, President Trump's personality, the media's treatment of him, and how, despite his abrasive nature, the President is able to resonate with so many people.

On today’s podcast, John and Producer Steve sit down and discuss the recent New York Times report highlighting President Trump’s tax returns for the last several years.  They cover what the Times was really trying to do with the story, the hypocrisy surrounding the anti-Trump crowd in regards to his tax avoidance (not evasion), and the narratives that were actually busted in the article.  John also floats his idea on how taxes should be in this country.

President Trump is set to announce his nominee for the vacant Supreme Court seat and already there is talk of possible religious interference.  John and Producer Steve sit down to discuss the possibility of the pick being Amy Cony Barrett, a devout Catholic.  They cover Roe v Wade and gun control among other issues.  The Left is OK with pushing forward their values when the situation calls for it but will vehemently oppose anyone who advocates for or simply quietly believes in Christian values.  Your beliefs should be rooted in a solid foundation so that you know why you believe what you believe, but the Left is constantly moving their goalposts in search of a purpose they can never find.