Current Issues – Agenda 21- Part Three

Agenda 21-Part ThreeProfessor Woodrow Wilson introduces information Agenda 21 in part three of the series. The full document regarding Agenda 21 is available online for you to read in it’s entirety. This document contains key points that Professor Wilson discusses, on this broadcast.

Words that are familiar to all Americans who keep up with politics and the news contain the following:

Social Justice, Climate Control, Resilient Communities, Global Warming, Transfer of Wealth, Tax the Rich, Entitlement Programs, Sustainable Developments, Environmental Protection Agency and Economic Equity

While these words sound great on the surface it is the ulterior motives that are discussed.

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Current Issues – Agenda 21- Part Two

Agenda 21-Part TwoProfessor Woodrow Wilson introduces information Agenda 21 in part one in the second part of what will now be a three part series. The full document regarding Agenda 21 is available online for you to read in it’s entirety. This document contains key points that Professor Wilson discusses, on this broadcast.

Words that are familiar to all Americans who keep up with politics and the news contain the following:

Social Justice, Climate Control, Resilient Communities, Global Warming, the Transfer of Wealth, Tax the Rich, Entitlement Programs, Sustainable Developments, Environmental Protection Agency, Economic Equity

Listen to this broadcast to learn more about these issues and how we can do something by being informed. One key point that was brought up in the question and answer segment was the importance of being informed, knowing how your local politicians will vote, interviewing them and staying on top of the news – and I’m not talking about the information we hear on television or the radio. At this point it is podcasts like this one that will keep you informed. Thanks for stopping by!

Current Issues – Agenda 21- Part One

Agenda 21-Part OneProfessor Woodrow Wilson introduces information Agenda 21 in part one of this two part series. As a history professor he looks at the issue objectively, but as a strong conservative he has much to say! This session discusses the United Nations, the US involvement with hosting the headquarters on US soil and funding the greater majority. If the US decided to defund the UN it would no longer have enough resources to continue.

Professor Wilson discusses some of the president’s recent comments including his statement on global warming, which unfounded and not true. Listen to this session for all the details!

Current Issues – Welfare System

Current Issues US WelfareProfessor Woodrow Wilson introduces information about the Welfare System – he discusses the history and possible solutions. He also discusses current issues such as the governor of AZ who vetoed the bill to allow business owners to serve those they wanted, or not, depending on their religious convictions. In addition Professor Wilson adds information about current events happening today.

1-Introduction to Current Issues

CurrentIssues_ButtonIntroduction to Current Issues and the Constitution

Professor Woodrow Wilson will provide an introduction to the upcoming radio broadcast with an explanation about the importance of understanding and keeping up with current events in 2013 and how these current issues impact our lives.

Here we will discuss and integrate critical thinking along with constitutional knowledge in the attempt to provide the listener with an aptitude of readiness along with the skills necessary for proper judgment and the knowledge of history and how to apply it. Despite dramatic changes in the media and information revolution, public knowledge of current affairs have changed very little, Professor Woodrow Wilson hopes to change this.

The definition of Current affairs comprises of news, information, awareness and comprehension on all that is happening in the world – in relation to every walk of life. It covers all topics ranging from business, sports, money, politics, education, employment, crime, and ethics so on and forth. It may be about rising onion prices, theft in somebody’s shop, or a terrorist attack. You may grasp the news from the television news hours, news papers, Internet, news magazines, business magazines, radio, talk shows, and word of mouth – from anywhere.