Since the pandemic began, some leaders have instituted near tyrannical policies, resulting in lack of freedoms, a downturn in the economy, and a divided public on Covid. So how could there be a silver lining to all of this? Joining us today is Keri Ingraham (discovery.org), Director of the Discovery Institute's American Center for Transforming Education. She shows that because of the politicians' and the public education system's overbearing policies, parents are waking up to what their children are being taught. And they're doing something about it – namely pulling their kids out of public school and away from the indoctrination. At least in that, the glass is half full.
Our freedoms are under attack during this crisis with some in power wielding decrees that test the limits of the Constitution. In this week's boralogue, John looks at how we've been under attack from these power elites for quite some time – this is nothing new. Our freedoms are precious and on this Memorial Day, we honor those who have defended them. We must also always speak out against those who would take those freedoms from us.
Transformation of society has been a long-standing goal and open secret of educrats. Diane Douglas, former Arizona Superintendent of Public Education, joins us to recount her experience inside the education bureaucracy and show why educrats always seem to enact bad, unworkable policies. She also discusses the voucher system and tuition credits.
Lastly, we welcome J. Randall Price (www.liberty.edu), Professor of Biblical and Judaic Studies at Liberty University and former Qumran Cave Excavation Director. He examines the differences in perception surrounding Israel by different age groups, how Christians are faring in Israel, and how anti-semitism has morphed from being anti-Jew to being against Israel itself.