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The REAL Story of Jefferson and the Barbary Pirates

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Audio and Transcript - I was up very late last night looking this up because I knew it was going to come up today. One of you clowns is about to call me and bring up the Barbary pirates and how Thomas Jefferson bombed them back into the stone ages, settled Tripoli for democracy and instituted a constitutional order in Libya back in 1803. Well, I have the actual story as it happened. I have it from my good friend Tom Woods who posted this about a year and a half ago, “Presidential War Powers: The Constitutional Answer” under the headline “Jefferson acted unilaterally against the Barbary pirates.” Check out today's audio and transcript for more...
11
June 2015

Middle East Rebel Weapon Welfare

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “Theft of US weapons in Libya involve hundreds of guns, sources say,” a story on Fox News by Adam Housley. Bret Baier actually did the video portion of this. The vehicles that were hijacked and stolen by our new Al-Qaeda in Libya buddies, our rebel buddies that we helped kill Muammar Gaddafi in Libya, this is what they’ve done. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
27
September 2013

Jefferson Informs Congress of Pirates and ASKS Them What To Do

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - I’m putting together a history of the Louisiana Purchase. The reason for it is because so many people are convinced that Jefferson was a hypocrite, and that he did not consult the Constitution and that the Louisiana Purchase was an unconstitutional act, therefore Jefferson was no friend to the Constitution. That is not true. That is not the case. The Louisiana Purchase was a correct use of presidential authority, and the Senate and Congress were in on the deal. As a matter of fact, if you do your historical research and you do it with the source documents, you’ll find entire segments in what is known as the Congressional Globe. You can find any day in Congressional history going all the way back to the first Congress in 1789. If you look in November of 1803, you can find the entire debate over the Louisiana Purchase. Guess who was there? John Taylor of Caroline making the case on behalf of the president, who was Jefferson at the time. Check out the transcript for the rest..
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October 2012