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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.


Dec 6, 2018


2 weeks ago US District Judge Bernard Friedman ruled that a 1996 federal law banning female genital mutilation (FGM) is unconstitutional dismissing the key charges against 8 people accused of subjecting at least 9 minor girls to genital mutilation in America’s first FGM case, ever. Today's...

Nov 27, 2018

Ever since President Trump announced that he could end birthright citizenship with an executive order, Twitter 14th Amendment experts have been clobbering each other. I began this research with no preconceived notions, and came to the only fair and honest conclusion. In this episode we'll look at the original debates on...

Oct 12, 2018

Treason is the only constitutionally defined crime, and yet it's a word both sides like to throw around nonchalantly.  We need to be careful using this word, or it will ultimately be used as a political tool to silence dissent, as it was in every kingdom in Europe when the Constitution was written.  Since everyone has...

Sep 26, 2018

I flew to LA, once again, to meet up with popular podcaster, Colin Moriarty.  We recorded an interview on his show first then continued the conversation on my show.  Please check out Colin's Last Stand Fireside Chats, Episode 55 for the first part of the conversation.

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Sep 3, 2018

If you've ever wondered how the federal government got so big and how they play a role in nearly every aspect of your public and private life, look no further than the general welfare clause. The prevailing view on both sides of the aisle is that Congress’s power to provide for the “general Welfare” is a power to...