With the paradigm shift in full swing, what is the state of things in this country post-election and post-Capitol Hill violence? John, Carol, and Steve sit down to examine what happened at the Capitol, the motives behind the latest Trump impeachment, and the silencing of conservatives on social media. Many are feeling fear about where our country is heading. Despite the fear and negativity, there is hope in how we move forward.
With President Trump's tenure coming to an end, it's important to recognize his many accomplishments, including the normalization and peace agreements between Israel and countries in the Arab world. Joining from Israel to discuss this are Professor Efraim Inbar and Dr. Eran Lerman (www.jiss.org.il), President and Vice President respectively of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security. They also look at what may happen under a Biden administration and Israel's future regarding Iran.
Many people are comparing the incident at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 to the Reichstag fire in Germany in 1933 and the removal of political rivals afterward. Rounding out the program this week is Luis Miguel (www.thenewamerican.com), writer and contributor at The New American magazine. He draws parallels between the politicos of past Germany and current America regarding the consolidation of power and extinguishment of free speech. Will it really get to that point here?