We just passed the one year anniversary of what many people see as the subversion of our national election. What has happened in the last 12 months in uncovering the fraud? Joining us today is Annalisa Pesek (thenewamerican.com), writer and editor at the New American Magazine. She examines the Maricopa County audit results and the need – despite officials and the media strenuously disagreeing – for reform and a stop to election fraud. People and even a few government officials are waking up to the need for reform. But too many on the Left and in the media are not. It raises the question: if there’s nothing to hide, why try so hard to hide nothing?
This week, it's a show about division. First up, there is a detailed, nuanced divide in Christianity where you have fundamental Christians on one side and social justice Christians on the other. Our first guest this week is Doug Morgan (uncommonsensepodcast.com), host of the Uncommon Sense podcast. He looks at the importance of maintaining relationships within Christianity without sacrificing doctrine. It's always been a delicate balance between living in a fallen world and holding fast to the core tenets of your faith. You can't serve two masters – in this case worldviews. Choose wisely.
This week marked the 32nd anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the ultimate symbol of the divide between the Soviets and the West. John asks why the West has never learned anything from the brutal Communism that gripped countries and cities behind the Iron Curtain for decades. We then welcome back to the show Ukraine-based defense expert Reuben Johnson. He discusses China and Iran's economic partnership, the climate conference, and Covid tyranny in cities. He also examines what life was really like under communism in Russia and shows that even Vladimir Putin knows America is inching closer to that reality.
Finally, we look at the division within the Democrat Party. Retired engineer John Green is back with us to try and make sense of the illogical, inept, and bumbling policies of the current administration. Are the power brokers running the show behind President Biden being frustrated by their public leader's incompetence? A civil war has broken out within the Democrat Party. Will the deep division destroy the party or push them completely into socialism? Only time will tell.
Nothing seems to be making any logical sense – Covid is still happening but immigrants get to come here unchecked for the virus; climate is so important supposedly but China and Russia don't show up to the recent climate conference; and politicos bemoan higher gas prices but cheer the closure of pipelines. What is happening? Retired engineer, and contributing author at American Thinker, John Green is back with us today to try and make sense of things. He looks at the implosion of the democrat party and how their dishonesty and ineptitude are ruining everything. Also, the real power brokers are not helped by the incompetence of the democrats' public leader. A civil war is under way in their party. We'll see if they reform or disband.
On this Veteran's Day, we honor those men and women who took the oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. We thank you for putting on the uniform and selflessly putting yourself in harm's way to protect us.
Only three people were by President Donald Trump's side from the time he campaigned to January of this year. One of those three, former assistant to President Trump Peter Navarro (peternavarro.com) is with us today to talk about his new book, titled In Trump Time. He describes how there were already disloyal supposed allies inside the President's perimeter on day one of the administration, scheming to thwart the new president's plans. He also covers the fraudulent election, the problem with both Anthony Fauci and Chief Justice John Roberts, and the need to get to the bottom of what happened in Wuhan.