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John Loeffer: October 17, 2016

Allegations against the presidential candidates are being bandied about by both sides and most people are getting fed up.  In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the flawed nature of humans, the Left’s disdain for Christianity, and the massive division and bias among media outlets.  If you want to get at the heart of what’s really going on, watch what they have done not what they say.  

Is it possible to separate criticism of Israel from anti-Semitism?  Joshua Muravchik (, Fellow at the World Affairs Institute joins us to discuss anti-Semitic activity within different groups, the UN and its panoply of resolutions against Israel, and an ideological reversal of the Left’s position.

Persecution of Christians and other religious groups is on the rise in Pakistan and Thailand.  Jennifer Breedon (, Legal Analyst for the Clarion Project looks at Christian minorities within Muslim-dominated refugee camps and how political correctness gets in the way of U.S. aid to the persecuted. 

Finally, we look at Venezuela and the ravages of socialism there.   Susan Warner (, Co-Founder of Olive Tree Ministries rejoins the program and reveals the horrors of everyday life in Venezuela and the Maduro government’s refusal to accept aid from other countries.

John’s quote of the week:

“Government is now very very corrupt.  It’s being used as a hammer to suppress free speech.  It needs reformation before it drags us all over a cliff.  The chief target is going to be the abolishment of freedom of speech and religion, and the battleground is going to be over the First Amendment.”

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