Studio roundtable today as John, Carol, and Steve look at the potentially dour future of the country after last night's Georgia election and the most likely coronation of Joe Biden after today's debate in Congress. What's happening today is similar to the lead up to the American Revolution in the 1770s. In both eras, the people were not being represented by their government officials. Is there anything we can do? Will it take a revolution today or can we solve things peacefully? It's tough to see today, but the crew gives hope for the future.
When you're in a paradigm shift, like we are now, there are many important things to take a look at. First up this week is economics. No matter who eventually emerges the winner of this election, the American financial system and the global economy may look different. John and Carol discuss the U.S.'s massive debt load and the future of currency and global economics as well as what could happen with taxes, businesses, and relations with China should a Biden administration become a reality.
Next topic on the slate is the massive and corrupt bureaucracy in government today. Larry Klayman (freedomwatchusa.org), Founder and Chairman of Freedom Watch, joins us to share details from his new book, It Takes a Revolution. The American people can take back this country from the corrupt bureaucrats by rising up and forcing change. It isn't easy but it needs to happen.
There is a huge amount of information flying at us about the possible fraud behind this election and what the Trump administration is doing about it. John and Producer Steve take a look at President Trump's legal options, what could happen to the U.S. if Biden is sworn in, and the trouble with Dominion Voting software.
Finally this week, we dive into the world of vaccines. Recent reports show that Pfizer has a vaccine that is 90% effective and Moderna has one that is 95% effective. Jane Orient (aapsonline.org), Physician in Internal Medicine, joins us to examine how effective the vaccine really is, the ability for those who take it to still spread the virus, and the ingenuity behind how it works.
The country needs reform – the question is how will that be accomplished? Joining us today is Larry Klayman (freedomwatchusa.org), Founder and Chairman of Freedom Watch, who shares details from his new book, It Takes a Revolution. The American people can take back this country from the corrupt bureaucrats by rising up and forcing change. He looks at citizen juries and citizen's arrests as good starting points. What we're experiencing now may very closely mirror the days leading up to 1776 – the people are not represented by their leaders.
Why did our freedom revolution in the U.S. and by extension the UK, work but the revolution in France fail? In this week's boralogue, John looks at the tale of two revolutions and how ours has worked and why it still succeeds. Some of the things that caused the other revolution to ultimately fail, however, are starting to crop up here and threaten the continued success of our great experiment. It is up to us to keep that from happening.
Did the coronavirus originate with tainted food or is there a more sinister backstory? Joining us is Brandon Weichert (www.weichertreport.com), Manager of the Weichert Report, who points out that there is a military-run virology lab in Wuhan, China that may or may not be a bio-weapons lab. He covers China's tactics with intellectual property theft and coveting of scientists from around the world, both of which could have led to this coronavirus crisis.
How has the coronavirus affected the stock markets, both here and around the world? Dr. Michael Busler (www.stockton.edu), Professor of Finance at Stockton University, joins us to discuss the psychology of markets and his views on how much of an impact the virus will make on global economics.
As a federal bureaucrat, do you have loyalty to your agency and your director, or do you have loyalty to the Constitution? We welcome to the program retired FBI Special Agent David Baldovin (www.theunitedwest.org), who examines the need for reform in government agencies and the inevitable circling of the wagons when one of their own is on the hook for corruption. Fighting the good fight shows who and what you are loyal to.
John's quote of the week:
"Why, if we are such a terrible country (as we have been lectured about over the last thirty or forty years), do thousands and thousands of people want to come here? Why isn't it so good where they are? This is a glaring contradiction in what the media are preaching at us."
On this week's extra segment, we play an interview from June 2002 with the now late Christopher Story about Germany's attempt to dominate the EU and competition with Russia to build a new soviet reaching from the Atlantic to the Pacific.