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Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

"A Tale of Two Cités" Two Visions of America... and They're Both French

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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Leo Linbeck III has an article at The Imaginitive Conservative comparing two 19th Century Frenchmen's vision of America, Rousseau and Tocqueville, to our current political situation. It seems that America has been divided in two for a very long time, Tories and Whigs, North and South, Republicans and Democrats... always two differing views on how the country should move forward. So the fact that we're divided right now is nothing n….Continue

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Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Interview with Leo Linbeck III

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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - Here's a quote from Mike's interview with Leo Linbeck III on the party system in American politics, for the rest of the interview, please check out today's transcript, "The system is set up where the incumbent has all the advantages: the financial advantages, the name ID, the party apparatus, which are huge benefits in the primaries. We can level that playing field through money, through grassroots organizi….Continue

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Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

CRAZY TALK: Substituting SOLUTIONS for Presidential Elections!?

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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Audio and Transcript - Leo Linbeck at The Imaginative Conservative has an article called "Why Congress Doesn't Work: Undermining Self-government" where he says that the problems with our government are SO complex and SO huge that we basically choose to ignore them and focus on something else (the Presidential Election). One man can't solve everything that's wrong with our government, but that's all the American sheople and media are focused on, becau….Continue

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