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A show about the US Constitution from the perspective of an active duty military officer. This show will shine light on current political discourse through the lens of the Constitution. We'll explore what rights we all have and how to defend those rights. And we'll go back and explore the philosophy of the founders and how it still applies today.

 

Jan 12, 2020

In this episode, I'll finally give my own policy suggestions to address gun violence and I'll explain everything that's wrong with the discussion of gun reform.
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Jan 12, 2020

The question of gun ownership is above all an ethical one, not a statistical one. In this episode I dive into the ethical hard cases to defend the use of AR 15s, high capacity magazines, and firearms in general for self defense.

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Nov 21, 2019

In this episode, I debunk 4 common statistical myths that gun control activists love to regurgitate. #1 More guns = more murder. #2 Mass shooting are exceedingly common in US. #3 An "assault weapons" ban would solve gun violence. #4 Defensive uses of guns are very uncommon.

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Nov 17, 2019

In this episode, I answer the question: Does the state or federal government have the right to decide who can and who cannot own a gun? Many don't know that the 2nd Amendment isn't the only provision of the Constitution that protects gun rights. The 14th Amendment is also an important bulwark against gun control. To...


Oct 27, 2019

In this episode, I answer the question: Does the 2nd Amendment apply to all bearable arms or just muskets?
Many folks today believe the founders could never have imagined an AR-15 and would never support civilian ownership of one. I explore what it would be like if all Constitutional rights were treated this way.
I talk...