1/19/18 – The US Economy on a Roll: Turkey Wants to Roll

The US Economy on a Roll: Turkey Wants to Roll. We are joined by Guest(s): William Parker (CEO Grandview Asset Management) and Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi (Director of Jihad Intel for Middle East Forum). Topics discussed include: Pres. Trump speaks live to the March for Life. The US Economy Expansion:  How far, how fast? Turkey’s Turnabout: What’s it all about? Turkey: Israel’s Increasing Threat.

1/18/18 – The U.S. vs Russia: Racing for the top in the Middle East

The U.S. vs Russia: Racing for the top in the Middle East. We are joined by JR McGee (CEO X-Stream Leadership Group, geopolitical expert, Biblical scholar). Topics discussed include: Can we afford to ignore what’s happening outside America on the world stage? The Strategic Analysis: Russian & US interest. Russia and the US in the Middle East: The Biblical Analysis.

1/17/18 – Actions Speak Louder than Words?

Actions Speak Louder than Words? Topics discussed include: Why is the distinction between actions and words so important? Where is the emphasis on politically incorrect words going to take us if not corrected? What is it about society at large that causes our politicians (and pastors in the pulpit) to completely miss what’s going on in our world because they’re so fearful of saying the wrong thing? What must parents do to communicate to their children that words and actions are both important, but actions are more important?

1/16/18 – Immigration Revisited: What does the Bible say?

Immigration Revisited: What does the Bible say? Topics discussed include: America the Melting Pot. DACA and the response of church leaders. The increase of Christian refugees coming to America. Solution: Our opportunity to reach souls from all around the world in our own back yard.

1/15/18 – Surveillance & Biometrics: Greater Freedom or Slavery Just Ahead?

Surveillance & Biometrics: Greater Freedom or Slavery Just Ahead? We are joined by Mark Lerner (Co-Founder of the Stop Real ID Coalition and the Constitutional Alliance). Topics discussed include: If Uncle M.L. Could Tweet. Government’s Appetite to Control: Controllable? The Latest Means of Surveillance: How close to home? Inevitable Control?

How close are we to an integrated worldwide system of control?

Ultimately, Christians know that Biblically, a global government will arise and from out of that global government the Anti-Christ will arise and with it the ability to control all economic purchases and life actions. Sounds a lot like the interlinked government and banking data bases we’ve been discussing. How close are we to an integrated worldwide system of control? How inevitable is this control? What should we do about it?

Millennials oblivious to government surveillance?

Are most Millennials in the US oblivious to the potential for the government to turn the tools of biometrics and data bases against its citizens? Are young people around the world oblivious toward this potential? The statement often heard from millennials is, “So what! Everything is monitored anyway, so what makes the difference?”

The Latest Means of Surveillance: How Close to Home?

Does the US government maintain massive data bases that house massive personally identifiable data on law abiding citizens? Do we know where they’re located? What departments manage them?
Is there any personal privacy for American citizens today? What concerns should Americans have about the collection of data?
Is there any evidence this collection of information is being used in an unconstitutional manner or could be misused in the future?
What are more examples of ways we’re being monitored in our homes?

Are there good benefits from collecting and storing massive amounts of personal information?

Gary Dull ask Mark Lerner (Co-Founder of the Stop Real ID Coalition and the Constitutional Alliance), can you objectively name just a few truly good benefits from collecting and storing such massive personal information if any? What are a few of the most obvious already known or likely potential dreadful impacts that would undermine freedom as we’ve known it?

Does facial recognition technology pose a great threat to freedom?

Does facial recognition technology combined with the usage of cameras, satellites, and data bases pose one of the or perhaps the greatest threat to human freedom the world has ever seen?