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THIS WEEK's CONVERSATIONS (2/18-2/24)

THIS WEEK's CONVERSATIONS

SUNDAY | September 15

Ralph Whitlock

WWII Veteran Ralph Whitlock served on the USS O’Halloran, a Navy Destroyer Escort.

MONDAY | September 16

Rob Natelson

Is the U.S. Constitution undemocratic, sexist, racist and written by rich, white, slaveholders? This is the narrative that is now pushed by the triple P’s, politicians, pundits and professors. But is this true? Monday, I’ll ask constitutional expert, Rob Natelson, about his recent publication in The Epoch Times, Why Recent Attacks on the Constitution are Wrong.

TUESDAY | September 17

Ben Martin

Balancing power typically lends good results. That is why the old white guys who deliberated and wrote the U.S. Constitution thought it was a really, really good idea to separate government powers.Tuesday, we continue with our conversation about The Federalist Papers. Patriotic Historian and former Army Ranger, Ben Martin, joins me. We’ll dissect what the U.S. Constitution has to say about the legislative branch. You need to know this!

WEDNESDAY | September 18

TBA

Today in Colorado there is an assault on affordable energy sources. From public policy to excessive taxation to skewing public opinion, PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties) are pushing narratives that cause fear and scare people. No energy source can pass the totally pure litmus test. In the United States, we continue to innovate to reduce concerns and effects of oil and gas development.

THURSDAY | September 19

D.K. WIlliams

Could a recent Colorado Supreme Court Ruling change how electors cast their votes? Thursday, I’ll ask attorney and contributor to Speakeasy Ideas, D.K. Williams about the issue of whether or not states can require their appointed electors to cast ballots for the candidate favored by most of the state’s voters or if electors may instead choose whomever they wish. The answer to this question could change the direction of our country.

FRIDAY | September 20

Rick Turnquist

Do you like freedom or do you prefer force and control? Friday, author, Rick Turnquist, joins me. We’ll talk about his recent blog, Taxation and Wealth. as we cover Laffer, Moore, Sinquefield and Brown’s book, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of States: How Taxes, Energy and Worker Freedom Change Everything. Ultimately, freedom helps humans thrive and flourish. We’ll dissect how force and control prevent individual freedom and prosperity.

SUNDAY | MARCH 31

SUNDAY | September 15

Ralph Whitlock

WWII Veteran Ralph Whitlock served on the USS O’Halloran, a Navy Destroyer Escort. 

MONDAY | September 16

Rob Natelson

Is the U.S. Constitution undemocratic, sexist, racist and written by rich, white, slaveholders? This is the narrative that is now pushed by the triple P’s, politicians, pundits and professors. But is this true? Monday, I’ll ask constitutional expert, Rob Natelson, about his recent publication in The Epoch Times, Why Recent Attacks on the Constitution are Wrong

TUESDAY | September 17

Ben Martin

Balancing power typically lends good results. That is why the old white guys who deliberated and wrote the U.S. Constitution thought it was a really, really good idea to separate government powers.Tuesday, we continue with our conversation about The Federalist Papers. Patriotic Historian and former Army Ranger, Ben Martin, joins me. We’ll dissect what the U.S. Constitution has to say about the legislative branch. You need to know this!

WEDNESDAY | September 18

Bill Roth

Today in Colorado there is an assault on affordable energy sources. From public policy to excessive taxation to skewing public opinion, PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties) are pushing narratives that cause fear and scare people. No energy source can pass the totally pure litmus test. In the United States, we continue to innovate to reduce concerns and effects of oil and gas development.

THURSDAY | September 19

D.K. Williams

Could a recent Colorado Supreme Court Ruling change how electors cast their votes? Thursday, I’ll ask attorney and contributor to Speakeasy Ideas, D.K. Williams about the issue of whether or not states can require their appointed electors to cast ballots for the candidate favored by most of the state’s voters or if electors may instead choose whomever they wish. The answer to this question could change the direction of our country.

FRIDAY | September 20

Rick Turnquist

Do you like freedom or do you prefer force and control? Friday, author, Rick Turnquist, joins me. We’ll talk about his recent blog, Taxation and Wealth. as we cover Laffer, Moore, Sinquefield and Brown’s book, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of States: How Taxes, Energy and Worker Freedom Change Everything. Ultimately, freedom helps humans thrive and flourish. We’ll dissect how force and control prevent individual freedom and prosperity.

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