John Loeffler: January 19, 2015

In this week’s boralogue, John recalls the ups and downs of the financial markets in the past decade and looks at the impending currency crisis coming in 2016-2020. The first rumblings of this disaster can be seen in this week’s decision by Switzerland to pull their currency from the swiftly collapsing Euro market. Josh Bernstein (www.joshbernsteinpoliticalwriter.com), published writer and host of a popular conservative radio talk show, kicks off the program by examining the potential slippery slope of the UN Small Arms Treaty and shows how it could likely supersede the second amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Next up, Giulio Meotti (www.giuliomeotti.com), Italian author and journalist, discusses the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo massacre and how it involves not only violence and Islamism but also an attack on free speech. In the wake of the new Republican Congress taking office, Dan Kish (www.instituteforenergyresearch.org), Senior Vice President for Policy at the Institute for Energy Research, pulls back the curtain on the Keystone Pipeline debate to find global warming activists fighting against the measure.

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