The Story of Light

Phil Johnson, Ph.D. October 14, 2018 http://www.globalnext.org  As I work throughout various parts of the world through my organization, Global Next, I am constantly finding a creeping darkness... war, death, poverty, mass illegal immigration, depravity, confusion, spiritual deception, misery and a lack of hope. But standing in Paris in Sainte Chapelle, the 13th century chapel … Continue reading The Story of Light

Welcome to the Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh: I’m Glad You Survived Your Trip to Hell

Phil Johnson, Ph.D. October 6, 2018 http://www.globalnext.org Finally after one of the most bitter and bizarre political battles I’ve ever seen, Judge Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as the 114th Supreme Court justice today, Saturday, October 6th. After the announcement of the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in June, President Trump selected Brett … Continue reading Welcome to the Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh: I’m Glad You Survived Your Trip to Hell

Why I Loved Donald Trump’s United Nations Speech

September 27, 2018 Phil Johnson, Ph.D. http://www.globalnext.org Sometimes people speak with such clarity that it cuts straight through the politics and political correctness of the world. Donald Trump accomplished this brilliantly in his second speech before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday.  Throughout his speech, Trump made it clear that America was for itself … Continue reading Why I Loved Donald Trump’s United Nations Speech

Beirut: Why I Love Talking to Radwan Mortada

September 24, 2018 Phil Johnson, Ph.D. http://www.globalnext.org Mr. Radwan Mortada is a TV news producer for Al Jadeed TV and a journalist for Al-Akhbar newspaper in Beirut, Lebanon. He is also a friend of mine and today I had the pleasure of sitting down with him in Beirut to discuss the constantly evolving and ever-confusing … Continue reading Beirut: Why I Love Talking to Radwan Mortada

9/11: Seventeen Years Later, the World Continues to Change

September 11, 2018 Phil Johnson, Ph.D. http://www.globalnext.org Again, it’s the anniversary of  9/11. The 17th anniversary to be exact. It is sobering to think of how many years have already passed since the horrific events of 9/11 when Muslim terrorists hijacked commercial airplanes and attacked New York City and Washington, D.C. Nearly 3000 people were … Continue reading 9/11: Seventeen Years Later, the World Continues to Change

Why I Hate Globalism

September 9, 2018 Phil Johnson, Ph.D. http://www.globalnext.org  Nothing is more dangerous in the 21st century than ignorance - especially ignorance of the goals and motives of the main stream media, progressive leftists, political Islam and the ideology of globalism. Last week I wrote an article entitled “Why I Don’t Hate Donald Trump.”  In the article, I … Continue reading Why I Hate Globalism

Why I Don’t Hate Donald Trump

September 2, 2018 Phil Johnson, Ph.D. http://www.globalnext.org If you want support in hating U.S. President Donald Trump, you only need to look as far as CNN, the New York Times, Hollywood, the international press or John McCain’s funeral. (Seriously - who uses a man’s funeral to take passive-aggressive pot shots at other leaders? Mr. Obama?)  … Continue reading Why I Don’t Hate Donald Trump

Dwindling Free Speech – Why I’m Getting Banned

July 30, 2018 Phil Johnson, Ph.D. globalnext.org Free speech is one of my core issues - I often speak about the importance of liberty to groups that I’m working with. Personally, I believe that the freedom to express ideas, to think, to speak, to write and to believe are essential to the human experience. Those … Continue reading Dwindling Free Speech – Why I’m Getting Banned

The Truth About Iran’s Role in Syria

July 24, 2018 Phil Johnson, Ph.D. Global Next http://www.globalnext.org The war in Syria has raged for more than seven years and has brought with it the deaths of half a million people, the displacement of millions more and untold suffering and destruction. And it’s not over yet.  In 2016, when I was doing research in … Continue reading The Truth About Iran’s Role in Syria