Happy Independence Day everyone! We have a special abbreviated podcast today where we chat with Lea Patterson (firstliberty.org), Counsel with First Liberty Institute. She looks at one of the many recent landmark cases decided by the Supreme Court; namely the religious liberty case in Maine. She describes the history in Maine that led up to First Liberty bringing the case and, now that they are victorious, she examines ways that the state would try to get around the ruling.
There is no absolute truth, Marxists tell us, unless of course it's about narratives they want you to believe. In this week's boralogue, John looks at the reality behind climate change narratives, including how eliminating energy and transportation industries will lead to far more deaths than the supposed ones brought about by climate change. There is much hysterbole happening with climate change, so much so that we can't get past the narrative to look at the truth.
The climate change battle is being waged on many fronts, including in the courtroom. Author and environmentalist Dr. Tim Ball describes his victory in a defamation lawsuit, but in the war against so-called 'climate deniers,' the penalty is the process as the global warming crowd uses lawfare to stifle discussion and debate.
The weaponization of justice extends beyond climate, though, and nowhere is that more evident than in the case of former Congressman Steve Stockman. His wife, conservative activist Patti Stockman (defendapatriot.com), joins us to discuss how the Obama administration targeted her husband because he spoke out against corruption.
After John describes the battle between President Trump and the Fed ahead of the 2020 election, he welcomes back to the program Vishal Mangalwadi (www.revelationmovement.com), President and Founder of the Book of the Revelation Movement. Vishal examines the origins of freedom, based on the truth of God in the Bible.
John's quote of the week:
"The global temperatures in the Middle Ages were as high as or even higher than they are now. They went down in the 1700s; that was called the Maunder Minimum. Then they started back up again, long before the introduction of carbon dioxide in large amounts into the atmosphere. This is the result preceding the cause."
In this week's Extras segment, we play John's latest appearance on KYMS radio where John and the host, Lee, discuss the Marxist infiltration of language in society and John gives a martyred church update.