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John Loeffler: September 26, 2016


We’re seeing a paradigm shift in this country made all the more prevalent by this week’s rioting in Charlotte, North Carolina.  In this week’s boralogue, John looks at how tolerance and diversity are not practiced by those adamantly preaching it and how toxic and untrue narratives, espoused by the media and politically correct elites, only add more fuel to the fire.


How prepared are American armed forces to face the threats of today?  Retired Army officer and Silver Star recipient Major General Bob Scales ( joins us to examine U.S. military readiness and sound strategies in war, and to offer practical solutions that will better enable our soldiers to survive on the battlefield.


Continuing our thread on the privatization of the Internet scheduled for the end of September, we welcome Steven Titch (, Policy Advisor at the Heartland Institute, who discusses our administration’s lack of preparation to reign in potential misuse by ICANN and how this plan could open up the Internet to control by governments not friendly to free speech.


College campuses are proving to be a front-line battleground in the war against free speech.  Roger Williams University student and conservative activist William Nardi ( looks at a new ‘respect policy’ enacted at the University of Nebraska and shows that liberalism is way past out of control in academia.  


John’s quote of the week:

“What’s happening now is for people who are black or Hispanic or gay and they leave the politically correct reservation, the vitriol and hatred that pours down upon them is unbelievable.” 


As always, join us online for our Section 6 intelligence briefing featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.

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