Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – As far as your third party, I don’t have the answer to your political question, because I don’t think that politics is going to solve or is capable of solving any of this. If it were, then I would think since the Roman polis was created, or if you want to go back to the Athenian republics of ancient Greece, I would think over the ensuing almost 3,000 years, man would have figured this out, don’t you think? I would say that politics is not something that solves anything. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Did you hear the rest of what Paine said? If the power to tax and the power to bind in all cases whatsoever, if that is not slavery, he didn’t know what was or is. Aren’t we operating under the exact same threat that this government, this State can bind us in all cases whatsoever and that we are not free to leave it, that we can’t leave it, and we’re not free to say no? Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Then I read this, the greatest insult to all of our collective integrity, and to all of our individual intelligence. I will tell you, it’s the most outrageous thing that I have heard since the massive government expansion began under President Bush in September of 2001. Folks, this is an outrage of the highest proportion. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – I thought we had a justice system in this country. I thought you were innocent until you were proven guilty. This is just another one of these outgrowths of this maniacal, I think, it has become a psychosis of sorts, of this my country right or wrong. Really? Your country right or wrong? Your country before the philosophical or foundational tenets of why you have a country to start with? It seems to me, as I recall, that there have been revolts against acts of tyranny like we’re seeing from the NSA. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - "Conserving the good parts of your past" is what our Founding Fathers did when they seceded from the King and Great Britian. They weren't fighting for a new found freedom, they already had freedom, they wanted to keep it, to conserve it. Independence Day should be a day to honor those men who fought to conserve our liberties, but we should also conserve the good parts of our own past, both individually and at a political level. Independence Day also shouldn't be the only day of the year that we recognize the past, every day should be like that, every day we should try and conserve those good parts, that is what conservatism is really about.