Episode #54 – In this episode, Barry interviews First Liberty CEO, Kelley Shackleford, who is in the fight to defend our American First Amendment rights. Listen to stay up to date on what is going on in the legal fight for vaccine exemption and religious freedom.
Episode #48 – In this episode, Barry Farah takes a deep dive into recent studies on COVID immunity conducted by world-renowned medical centers and by highly respected immunologists. Despite the attempts of medical bureaucrats to stifle all scientific studies that challenge their narrative, this episode with its biological and immunological detail on natural immunity vs. vaxx immunity is a must-listen.
Episode #47 – In this episode, Barry Farah borrows from business a Go/No Go decision-making model that you can apply to your decision-making process related to getting the vaccine. Barry Farah provides the views and data of the opponents and proponents of vaccines. He also discusses how you can weigh each element of your decision.
Episode #31 – In this episode, Barry Farah reveals the short-lived political victory that occurred with the defeat of political correctness. Radicals on campus grew and fought back. As self-segregation and safety have taken the place of truth and debate, development has been stunted in young adults. Learn how Gen Y (known as Millennials) feels about conflict and its results. In addition, Barry presents the reasons for Cancel Culture on campuses today through a character from history, Galileo. Cancel culture is frail and cowardly but it has spread into every sphere of life. Find out Barry’s dozen initiatives that could lead to canceling cancel culture (C cubed) if you engage to make it happen.
Episode #27 – In Episode 27, Barry Farah shocks listeners with the recent travel restrictions placed upon Brits by an act of Parliament. Known for its freedom of travel, the country has reached new heights of control over its citizens. Barry Farah explains why it is clearly unconstitutional to restrict the movement of Americans. Barry walks through how liberty to travel has been reaffirmed by the US Supreme Court on more than one occasion.
Episode #21 – In Episode 21 of Culture Shift, Barry Farah dives into the details of H.R. 1 making clear that it is a direct assault on our Constitutional Republic. This bill is positioned by its Democrat sponsors as an effort to secure election integrity. Barry explains how instead H.R. 1 undermines election integrity and gives the federal government unconstitutional power in elections that belongs to the states. Barry reflects on the views of the founders as they hammered out the constitutional provisions for elections and why they still matter. Allowing illegal immigrants to vote and a plethora of questionable if not unethical provisions related to mail ballots are just a few items Barry Farah explains. Barry makes clear that a “no” vote in the U.S. Senate is the only way to go on H.R. 1.
Episode #17 – 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 and Culture Shift listeners how he became a conservative when he disagreed with his seminar professors, which led him to research conservatism. Jeff got his start in political activism knocking doors in California for then gubernatorial candidate, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and then moved to D.C. to work for Rick Santorum. Barry and Jeff discuss how the Centennial Institute fosters faith, family and freedom and defines their holistically conservative approach and the three-legged stool of conservatism that Ronald Reagan introduced. Jeff shares about the greatest threats to freedom of speech, the keys to limited government, and how CCU students are making an impact wherever they go.
Episode #12 – In this episode of Culture Shift, Barry Farah explains the real secret of success. Many best-selling books and speakers have covered the topic of success. Barry unveils the importance of America in establishing an environment of economic freedom that unlocked the potential for success never before seen in history. Individual liberty was first acknowledged in government in the 1200s through the Magna Carta, and in the Bible when God created man and woman to be productive. Barry Farah shares the story of his grandad’s immigration to the United States in the early 1900s and his patriotism as a child. Economic freedom is personal to each of us and Barry makes the point that we own our own labor. Government is to govern at the consent of the governed, and we are to be free to produce and not have our rights to our own productivity infringed. Barry Farah makes the point that this is the American Dream, and it is unique in the world. We have the right to pursue our own happiness and that right is granted to us by God, not the government. Barry ends this episode with a game you can play to capture the essence of the free market game you can play to capture the essence of the free market.
Episode #10 – 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 related to the 2020 election. In addition to Big Tech assuming the role of thought police (see a previous episode for more) by removing evidence from interested citizens on its platforms Barry Farah shows how frightening dots are being connected between George Orwell’s book written in 1949 and actual efforts by US Senators today.
Episode #9 – Today on Culture Shift Barry Farah interviews a young woman named Kristina, who moved from Moldova when she was eight years old. Kristina’s family came to America to escape religious persecution in their country which had been under the Soviet Union’s rule. In this episode Barry Farah and Kristina discuss what that persecution was like for her and her family members, including her great grandfather’s imprisonment. Join us today as Barry Farah converses with Kristina about the importance of the freedom of religion, how it is foundational to our freedom in America and how devastating it would be to lose that freedom in this Country.