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Conservative, Tea Party, And Republican Are Not Synonyms

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Here’s the headline from the magazine post: “Why the Tea Party Can’t Govern.” Here, let me give you the tease, “Something is seriously wrong with conservatism.” Let me stop right there. Damn skippy, yeah! Hello!? Conservatism is an advertising slogan. That’s what’s wrong with it. Anything that becomes an ism, you might say, is probably, going back to Frohnen’s post about “What is this Thing called Virtue?” is something that is not going to produce results that people think it’s going to produce. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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November 2013

The U.S. Has Been Defaulting On Its Debt For Years And That’s Not Changing Anytime Soon

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – If we go back to October the 11th, interview given by James Grant of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, you would have found this posted at the Washington Compost under the headline “Has The United States Ever Defaulted?” Grant’s answer is: Yes, and it’s going to default again; it’s inevitable. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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October 2013

The Power Genie Is Out Of The Bottle And Running Amok In The National Government

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – I think that the point to be made is that when it comes to the IRS, how is it that they obtained this unbelievable power to do and to perform the tormenting things they are accused of performing, which by the way they do. Same thing with the attorney general. How in dude’s holy name does the Injustice Department acquire the awesome, unbelievable power to be micromanaging and rifling through the phone records of investigative journalists? Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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May 2013

I’ll Take “Fake Conservatives” For $1000, Alex. What Are DeceptiCons, NeoCons, and Jacobins?

Mandeville, LA - Mike Church's daily Pile of Prep, chock full of the IRS, Tea Party tyranny plus other [r]epublican stories used to perform the Mike Church Show on Sirius/XM Patriot channel 125. "The word 'empire' does not yet have the right ring in American ears, so the new Jacobins try not to appear too grasping. But even when feigning modesty the will to dominate has difficulty keeping up appearances – as when Ben Wattenberg said, no, no, no, we Americans do not want to 'conquer the world.' We only wish to ensure that 'the world is hospitable to our values.' The arguments for bold American assertiveness are familiar: We live in a dangerous world full of odious political regimes. Terrorism is a serious threat to America and its allies. America must, as the world’s only superpower, play a leading role in the world. But why keep repeating the obvious? Yes, the world is dangerous; it always was, more or less. Like other countries, America must be prepared to defend itself and its legitimate interests – of course – and as a superpower she will indeed have to carry a heavier burden than other countries. It does not follow that America must impose its will on the rest of the world." - Claes Ryn, previewing "The New Jacobins", 05 May, 2004
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May 2013