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Restoring The Constitution Can’t Happen With The Amoral, Atheistic Nitwittery

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – I have told you on about a billion and a half occasions, all you can really do is control yourself and what is in your community, or attempt to control what’s in your community, and more specifically in your own local sphere. That means your family, close family, immediate friends and relatives. You can’t possibly hope to effect and cause worldwide change because you desire it and because you think that Jefferson and Henry and Madison and company, that that’s what they did and all they had to do is snap their fingers. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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April 2013

Marriage Without God Is Not Marriage

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – This is an act that is supposed to be and was consecrated before God. That’s why you had a witness there. That’s why it was overseen by a priest or a rabbi or whatever religious faith. It’s because you were vowing in front of God that you take the woman or the woman takes the man to have and hold and all these things. This is not just a contractual obligation. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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March 2013

The New Pope – Keeping With Tradition Or Changing With The Times?

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – We have to have an anarchist atheist express a devoutly traditional Catholic point of view on CNN to get one out there. There’s Penn Jillette promoting a book called Every Day Is An Atheist Holiday making more sense than almost anyone that I’ve seen talk about this. Why hasn’t Penn Jillette ever been on this show? It seems that he and I would hit it off fabulous. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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March 2013

Conservative Is Just A Brand…And It’s Definitely Not Libertarian

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Conservatism has very little to do with politics. As a matter of fact, the natural conservative inclination is to not get involved in politics because of its corrupting influences. The conservative instinct is to always try and prevent most things from becoming part of the political process. That ought to be the natural position of the conservative, that the things we want to preserve we want to preserve through divinity. We want to preserve through obedience to the unenforceable. We want to preserve through acknowledgment and a life lived in acknowledgment of the Transcendant. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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February 2013