In this episode, Barry Farah describes the dangerous downward slide in America with a POTUS whose faculties are in question and whose responses to national and world disorder are weak. What does this mean for America? Listen to what over 100 former top military brass have to say but this and other grave concerns for…

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In this episode, Barry Farah highlights more ridiculous items happening now. The Chinese government is launching an app that encourages and tracks snitching on those who aren’t obeying the government. Nextdoor is cracking down on what they define as “racism.” For the first time in 70 years, the National Day of Prayer was canceled from…

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In Episode 28, Barry Farah introduces a new form of tyranny experienced from the consortium of big biz, big gov, and big tech. Increasingly these entities have been party to the canceling, doxxing, and censoring of Americans, despite constitutional protections. The constitution clearly supports freedom of speech and yet everyday people are losing their jobs…

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In this episode, Barry Farah provides insight into why a nationally set minimum wage does not help entry-level workers. Barry discusses how the percent of employees in the workforce that are at the minimum wage level has steadily declined for decades and now only represents 1.9% of workers. Barry Farah gives detailed information on what…

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In this episode, Barry Farah interviews Jeff Hunt, Director of the Centennial Institute. Centennial Institute is Colorado Christian University’s think tank, mobilizing ideas on faith, family, and freedom to strengthen America’s future. The Centennial Institute is connected with Colorado Christian University, a well respected Christian college, located in Lakewood Colorado. Jeff shares with Barry Farah…

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Barry Farah reviews executive orders signed by the new POTUS in 2021, illuminating the role of executive authority according to the U.S. Constitution and how it differs from that of the former British monarchy. Barry goes through the first X orders and explains what they mean for us as citizens and their impact on business,…

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Barry Farah reviews executive orders signed by the new POTUS in 2021, illuminating the role of executive authority according to the U.S. Constitution and how it differs from that of the former British monarchy. Barry goes through the first X orders and explains what they mean for us as citizens and their impact on business,…

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Today on Culture Shift, Barry Farah talks about the “memory hole” where embarrassing information gets incinerated. This was first showcased by George Orwell in the novel, 1984. Barry describes the memory hole in light of a recent attempt by some U.S. senators to quash the testimony and otherwise erase the evidence presented by other Senators…

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Today on Culture Shift, Barry Farah talks about the final right within the first amendment – the right to petition the government to redress grievances. This practice stems from the Bible and English law. In the Old Testament, Moses was told to train leaders on how to handle disputes and grievances. He then leads us…

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Today on Culture Shift, Barry Farah talks about the freedom right to peaceably assemble enshrined in the First Amendment and the events that took place recently at the U.S. Capitol. The right to peaceably assemble was first asserted by the colonists when the British attempted to suppress this right. This eventually led to its incorporation…

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