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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Three weeks after Obama's election and the talk of Secession is still going strong... especially in Texas. In fact, Larry Kilgore is running for Governor of Texas and will even change his name to Larry SECEDE Kilgore. But what about Ron Paul? In an interview with Mike earlier in the year he said the he didn't really think Secession was a very good idea... but lately he's changed his mind about it, which he doesn't do very often, so what's cause him to change his mind. Well, Ron is from Texas and if they seceded, they would probably have to re-write the Constitution to have a President, and he could certainly run for that office... For more on this and other news items, be sure and check out today's Founders Television show, if you don't have a Founder's Pass, be sure and sign up for one here...
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07 October 2013
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Still, what Obama is doing today, I’m sorry, folks, it does not rise to the level of what President Wilson did. President Wilson, in 1917, two acts were passed, the Espionage Act and the Sedition Act. There were tens of thousands of American citizens that refused to surrender, as you people like to call them today, many of you, constitutional rights to not be conscripted. There is no constitutional right to conscript anyone into the draft. It is illegal and unconstitutional. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
14 August 2013
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - There's an ongoing discussion of whether or not Ted Cruz is eligible for running for President... even though he has not announced is running as of yet. Certainly he meets the requirements for being a Senator, but does he meet the requirements for being a President? Let's let James Madison explain... According to Mr. Madison the "natural born citizen" requirement does not necessarily mean that he was born on U.S. soil. The question is more about the loyalty of ones parents? If ones parents are loyal to another country when that person is born then they may not be considered a natural born citizen. Read more about what Madison wrote here in today's Project 76 post and be sure and check out today's Founders TV for more of Mike's take on this and sign up for a Founders Pass to get all of the Founders TV and much more!
24 June 2013
I will concede, and I will hope that the U.S.’s involvement in the Middle East come to a grinding halt as it applies to our financing of this regime or that regime, and our funding of keeping the Straits of Hormuz open, and the use of our Navy to ensure that the Saudi sheikhs continue to be able to purchase tin-plated or nickel-plated Audi A6s and new palaces to build around. But I think it’s wrong. I think it’s long overdue that we turn ourselves inward and that we explore for and find our own energy, and we stop playing world super ocean policemen. Do we need a Navy? Absolutely. We need to make sure that our stuff can arrive safely. That’s the purpose of the Navy. And that we can defend our shores against a foreign invasion. Sure, we need a Navy. So I’ll concede that. But he’s not talking about that. That’s not what he’s talking about. He’s talking about, well, no, that we’ve got to give them a chance.
08 May 2013
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - If Mark Sanford has asked for forgiveness from his God, gone to Confession, and so on, who are we to deny him that same forgiveness? Jesus said "let him who is without sin cast the first stone", are any of us without sin? No. That doesn't mean that we have to FORGET what he has done, because we won't, we can't, that's not in our nature. People can and do change, for the better, and their past is something that they have to accept every day, for better or for worse. For more on this be sure and check out today's Founders TV and sign up for a Founders Pass if you haven't already.
01 May 2013
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – I mentioned earlier that today is the anniversary of George Washington’s first inauguration in New York City. It was a very festive occasion. According to some that witnessed the event, it was also an event that was met with an awful lot of trepidation and dis-certitude. People didn’t know what was going to become of this new government they created. Here to fill us in a little bit about the greatness is Professor Dr. Kevin Gutzman. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
18 April 2013
08 April 2013
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - The framers of the Constitution were well aware of what happened to the Roman Republic and then Empire, and they wanted to avoid the same fate and avoid having another Ceaser ruling the United States. George Washington, sometimes called the American Cincinnatus because of his similarity to the Roman dictator Cincinnatus because of their willingness to give up near-absolute power, was the perfect candidate to be the first President because of this. But in the years since, the power has been centralized and we are changing from a Republic to an Empire, much like the people we share the most history with... the Romans. For more check out today's Founders TV and sign up for a Founders Pass if you don't already have one.
05 March 2013
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Approximately 240 years ago the Congress and Senate were supposed to have their first meeting to elect the first President of the United States of America... but not enough Senators showed up to form a quorum. There were enough Congressmen there, but it took them several weeks and numerous letters to get some of the Senators (ahem,Virginia, ahem) there. And of course, when enough finally got to Federal Hall in New York, they elected George Washington first President of the United States of America... but still not everyone was there and some of the states still had not ratified the Constitution. Can you imagine something like that happening today? Senators and congressmen not attending the Inauguration or the first day of a new session? They would be absolutely scorned in public. But many members of the first Congress were apathetic and ambivalent to their office, since it didn't have much authority anyways... For more be sure and check out today's Founders TV and sign up for a Founders Pass if you don't already have one.
04 December 2012
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Any kind of integrity that Fox News had before this story is gone, the supposed "Fair and Balanced" is completely out the window... Fox News, specifically Roger Ailes, tried to enlist General Petraeus as a presidential candidate in Spring of 2011. There's even an audio recording of the conversation between Fox News analyst K.T. McFarland and General Petraeus where he says he has not interest in running for President and that Rupert Murdoch is after him as well to "bankroll" the campaign. Here's the story in question at the Washington Post by Bob Woodward, listen to the audio highlight for more and be sure and check out today's Founders TV for the full story. Be sure and grab a Founders Pass if you don't already have one!
16 October 2012
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, because the real problems are just TOO BIG to comprehend. Check out today's audio and transcript for more...
16 October 2012
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - As a Conservative, why would you want to obsess over the Presidential Election? You're obsessing over the centralization of power. The more time we spend worrying about what one guy is doing or has done, continues the cycle that many Americans believe that he has all the power. Republicans have controlled the Presidency for almost 2/3's of the time since 1960, but what has happened to government? It has continued to expand. Check out today's Founders Tv for more on this and a preview of tonight's debate and chat. If you don't have a Founder's Pass to view the show, sign up for one now...
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