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We often view the use of the word, creed, in a religious context, and rightfully so; but at its essence, a creed is a belief that is fundamental, a guiding principle. This Podcast is dedicated to the principle of freedom and liberty. The antithesis of freedom and liberty is oppression. The right to be free is a fundamental belief in American culture, and must never be taken for granted or abused. Therefore, the creed of freedom is more important than any other principle or belief...indeed, p ...
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If we're not careful, not paying attention, or simply don't care, we'll find ourselves in a country that resembles totalitarianism, not freedom and liberty. And then it will be too late to do anything about it. We must preserve the Constitution if we expect our children and grandchildren to have any hope of benefiting from the sacrifices of those w…
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Editing Note: At around the 8:10 mark of the episode, I said that "Gaza takes over..." What I meant to say is that "Hamas takes over." There are regions of the world that have been hotbeds for war and strife for generations. The Middle East is no exception to this unfortunate rule. And if there is to be lasting peace there, mighty changes must take…
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There is plenty that we can all observe in our society, that needs improving. But what about the good that people do on a daily basis? We need to take back the narrative! Let's not allow ourselves to be dictated to, by those who seem to be succeeding in their quest to divide us, and pit us against each other. We need to choose to do the right thing…
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The right of the presumption of innocence, as enumerated in the Bill of Rights, is likely one of the most important and basic rights that exists for all Americans. We must do all within our power to ensure that that right, as well as all the other rights afforded to us, whether enumerated or otherwise, are preserved for everyone.…
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The Constitution is limited, some may even say that it's vague, with respect to the duties of the President. And to be fair, it is vague regarding many aspects of the three coequal branches of government. But as to whether the Constitution allows for the Executive to issue Orders, well, that is certainly up for debate. As far as I'm concerned, the …
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All Americans are entitled to equal justice under law. There is one system of justice in our country. And whether one is wealthy or well-connected, should have no bearing on the ultimate outcome. All plaintiffs and defendants are subject to the same standard - preponderance of evidence. Unfortunately, political persuasion seems to matter more nowad…
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In a Union of fifty states, especially in the 21st Century, there are bound to be differences of opinion. However, it seems to me, that the way we overcome differences, is to allow other people the right to believe as they will. People in our culture need to learn how to deal with the things that other people say...even if they don't agree.…
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Respect is a key ingredient to accepting and understanding events in our history. If we respect other people, simply for the fact that we have not walked in their shoes, we will have a greater appreciation for all that their forebears experienced. And perhaps more importantly, ensure that evils from the past are not repeated in our day.…
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