Posted in truth quest, shawn brodof, truth quest podcast, abortion, constitution, ben franklin, Thomas Jefferson, james madison, minimum wage, climate change, obamacare, supreme court, pritical thinking, bill of rights, declaration of independence, electoral college, federalist papers, states rights, war on poverty, income tax, pro-life, medicare for all, democracy on Jan 11th, 2020
Is it just me or is anyone else bothered when you hear politicians and talking heads refer to America as democracy? The “D-word” is thrown around so often by so many that I don’t think many people bat an eye when they hear it.
What is the truth about democracy in America?
A Republic If You Can Keep It
Why Americas Founders Didn't Want a Democracy
Why It Matters That the United States is Supposed to be a Republic Not a Democracy
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Posted in , truth quest, shawn brodof, truth quest podcast, abortion, constitution, climate change, global warming, obamacare, healthcare, socialized medicine, supreme court, gun control, federal reserve, the fed, gold standard, fda, bill of rights, immigration, right to try, term limits, war on poverty, sound money, asset forfeiture, tort reform on Aug 18th, 2019
I don't know about you but sometimes I get tired of discussing all the areas where we disagree politically or on public policy issues. In this episode I attempt to focus on things that most of us agree on such as government spending, right-to-try laws, the surveillance state, sound money, war, tort reform, term limits, the War on Drugs and the War on Poverty.
Does it not make sense to first focus on the few things in which we agree and then circle back to the numerous head-butting issues that divide us?
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