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Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – The last caller to the program asked me what I thought the founders, why they opposed or why they afraid of big government. I said to him that to answer that question, you’d have to understand or explain exactly what big government would have meant to them. It did not mean to them what it means to us today, because we see this monstrosity and this excessive abuse of power that unfortunately has become commonplace, it seems, has b….Continue
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – The problem is that our wages have not increased. We talk about this every now and then, how inflation has driven the price of everything up. Coffee is more expensive. Bread is more expensive. Eggs and milk are more expensive. Everything costs more and your wages are not going up. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…….Continue
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - Do we have shortages of petroleum? No. Do we have shortages of new finds of petroleum? No. Do we have less imports? No. Is there something you can put your finger on that makes you say the supply has been interrupted? No. What’s driving this? Ladies and gentlemen, it ought to be obvious to the studious observer that what is driving this and what now necessitates that the price of crude stay at $95 is the dollar itself. Check o….Continue
Judge Andrew Napolitano asks "Where is the outrage" over the impending use of drones to spy on American citizens. He may do better asking his employer where the outrage is. Would Network new BENEFIT or suffer from thousands f news stories generated by DRONE RECONNAISSANCE? 24% now think the right to secede is legal - wow, its 100% legal for Soviets and Sudanese, nice to see Kentuckians catching up! Rand Paul and Mitt Romney as a match made in Right Wing heaven!? Hardly, it wou….Continue
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1765 Speech to VA House of Burgesses over that bodies refusal to confront the King's tyranny