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19 June 2015

What’s the Difference Between Ted Cruz’s Filibuster and Rand Paul’s? Complacency vs Action.

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Even though Ted Cruz was standing tall at his filibuster against Obamacare, he was also standing with the majority view. His views represent nothing new and most of the rest of the Republican party. When Rand had his filibuster he was challenging the Democrats AND the Republicans, who had voted FOR most of the policies he was filibustering against (NSA, spyfare, drones, etc). Ted Cruz deserves credit for joining Paul's filibuster but there is a major difference between the two. One is complacent within his party and the other represents action in a new direction. 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!
11 June 2015

If Rand Paul Is Guilty of Plagiarism… So Is Almost Every President Since George Washington

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Let's not forget that almost every President since the greatest one (George Washington in case you were wondering) has had speech writers. These people are often influenced by other sources throughout history, sometimes they are quoted, cited in footnotes, sometimes they are not. It's always better to cite your sources, especially now days, when the media is ready to pounce on anyone (especially someone on the right) that they believe may be guilty of GASP... plagiarism. And as we said before, Rand was NOT presenting these views as his own, he was using a movie to compare and contrast what is going on in today's politics, nor was he taking anything out of context, which is very important when it comes to plagiarism. 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!
30 December 2014

Ron Paul – Hey Fed! It’s The Free Market Stupid, Pt I

"In 1971 it happened, and that’s when I started speaking out [about the Fed.] Really nobody listened. There were a lot of seeds planted about sound money, especially by Murray and others, and Mises. They talked about this. There was no audience out there. I would go to campuses, when I first went into Congress, and I would get 20 or 30 people come out and maybe convert one or two."
20 March 2014

Secession Is Taboo Because It Poses Threat To Federal Crime Cartel

"Folks, this is why secession must be pooh-poohed, tabooed, the word to dare not speak its name. It must be made all of those horrific things because it is the ultimate threat to them. Leaving their jurisdiction is the ultimate threat to them. That’s what they fear. They don’t fear Vlad the Impaler Putin. They don’t fear the Iranians. They fear you and me seceding. That’s what they fear. Why? Because they’re milking us like the parasites they are. If you secede, they can’t milk you anymore."
06 January 2014

Debt Makes The NSA & War Possible, The Fed Makes Debt, See The Problem?

"There are a couple of ways you can think about the national legislature’s debt. One of the ways I suggest you think about it is that this is future pain. That’s what it is, future pain, future misery, and future tyranny. If there is an actual effort to pay the debt or to honor the commitments that make up part of the $222 trillion debt, that would then require a confiscation of private wealth and private property that today seems incomprehensible."
15 December 2013

Finally A Senate Candidate That Knows Why His State Ratified The Constitution

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "I’m running to be an ambassador, as if there was no 17th Amendment [for U.S. Senate]. I’m running to be an ambassador from our sovereign state in the federal union to hold them accountable to do everything in Article I, Section 8, no more, no less. The message is building a coalition that’s winning. We’re like happy warriors." - Dr. Greg Brannon, check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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The EBT Song // Mike Church Show Band - Anthology
  1. The EBT Song // Mike Church Show Band - Anthology