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John Loeffler: July 11, 2016

The fix is in, or so it would seem, after the FBI’s decision to recommend no charges be brought against Hilary Clinton.  In this week’s boralogue, John looks at double standards in law enforcement by deconstructing an episode of Law & Order SVU and tying it to current events. In order to uphold laws they deem important, officials are willing to break other laws.  A level playing field is needed.

To achieve a strategic geopolitical advantage, China has resorted to cyber espionage, primarily against Western countries and the United States.  We welcome back to the program Joshua Philipp (www.theepochtimes.com), Reporter for the Epoch Times, who discusses the China threat, Project 863, and the particularly gruesome practice of forced organ transplants.

Twenty years ago this month, TWA Flight 800 crashed off the coast of Long Island.  Independent author and producer Jack Cashill (www.cashill.com) analyzes the evidence involving faulty reports, a rogue missile test, and a massive government cover-up.  He also recounts his experience with the intolerance and biases of the left-leaning media.

John’s quote of the week:

“If the law says that a certain crime is wrong, why don’t other laws have to be upheld?  The message is that for the sake of the laws we wish to uphold, we can break other laws. The problem is fungible double standards.”

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