As Saturday Session embraces six years on the air, and things continue to unfold week-after-week, Greg Bishop will break down the big stories in a way that you won't hear analyzed anywhere in central Illinois. We'll talk contempt and accountability, corrupt Illinois and the churches response, tyrannical SCOTUS, and the director of "Dreams From My Real Father."
Contempt trigger pulled, fires blank
|Attorney General Eric Holder, who works in the Department of Justice, won't be investigated by DOJ|
We'll kick the show off to talk about the latest Fast and Furious news. As expected Congress voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of congress. But now the DOJ is saying they will not pursue the matter any further? You mean they won't investigate themselves?
Can we say election year politics? As stated in previous discussions--the "election year politics" deflection is a sham. This is, and has always been, about accountability ... which there is none.
Illinois is corrupt
Corruption is an election year issue--and it's safe to say that Illinois has it's fair share. There's no question that corruption is immoral. If Illinois' corruption levels are so rampant, what are society's most moral institution doing about it? Coming up at 3:30, Saturday Session will welcome in-studio Scott Stahlman from a newly formed organization Return Of Illinois. From a press release:
Fr. Kevin Laughery of Bishop Paprocki's staff and Rabbi Datz of Temple B'Rith Shalom (4th Street) to discuss “The Church in Our Era of Corruption” Tuesday, July 3 at 6:00 pm at Lincoln Library, Seventh and Capitol. The collaborative discussion will include faith leaders from across Illinois.
A presentation on legislative corruption by Return of Illinois will precede the discussion on whether or not faith has a role and responsibility in facing corruption and if so, what is it?
The Supremes uphold tyranny
Then at 4 Jacob Huebert, resident Obamacare expert with the Illinois Policy Institute, joins the show to talk about the implications of the legislation. Now that the individual mandate has been upheld through the power of taxation, what options are there under the law?
Another controversial ruling this week is the Supreme Courts decision about Arizona's immigration laws. They threw out most of the provisions but kept the "papers, please" provision. What does this mean for society? What does it say about the direction of the Supreme Court?
By the way, it's time to have the conversation about the enforcement arm of the law being violence.
Birth certificate is fools errand
|Trailer for "Dreams From My Real Father," a film by Joel Gilbert. Find out more about the film online at ObamasRealFather.com|
Then at 5p Joel Gilbert, the director of the new film "Dreams From My Real Father," a fictional narrative that works to fill in the missing pieces of what is now becoming the great mystery of President Obama's past. A line from the film suggests that people chasing a birth certificate are on a fools errand and the real question should be who the real father is.
"Dreams From My Real Father" is a tale of a communist on an FBI list getting together with a young rebellious daughter of a Company (CIA) man and the deal struck with African-native Barack Hussein Obama I to ensure the President wasn't an illegitimate child. It's a fascinating alternative narrative and we'll get down to the bottom of it today on Saturday Session.
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