Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – In other words, what the original progressive charitable people wanted to do was eliminate all the slobs out there, eliminate all the people that weren’t them. In other words, let’s build a master race right here in the United States. We won’t have any poor people and we won’t have to have any philanthropy or charity. The problem with charity is it creates more poor people, in other words, and more people in need. Screw the least of these, which explains the attitude, the death culture behind abortion. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - You have to marvel at the lack of frontier spirit that we as Americans currently exhibit in this which is supposed to be the greatest of all debates, whether or not the public is going to be responsible for everyone’s health services or medical services, or whether or not the individual ought to be responsible for it. I think the answer is clear, don’t you? Check out today's audio and transcript for the rest...
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 new, the Constitution almost wasn't ratified because of the Nationalists (and wouldn't have been if there had been telegraphs). For more on Mike's take on Leo Linbeck's article on Rousseau and Tocqueville, check out the rest of today's Founders TV, and be sure and sign up for a Founder's Pass if you haven't already!