Two Hundred & Thirty-One Years

  Two Hundred and Thirty-One years ago, thirty-nine men put their signature on the document which they had prepared for the people of The United States to replace the system of government which was failing the country. Today we take a few moments to look back on the adventure that has been Constitution Thursday.

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Kavanaugh… Again

Democrats are pulling out all the stops to keep Brett Kavanaugh from being confirmed to be on the Supreme Court. Instead of questioning his judicial philosophy, politicians are conveniently revealing an accusation of a sexual assault committed by the nominee… when he was in high school. Despite knowing of the story since July, Dianne Feinstein... Continue Reading →

Beer Potpourri

In this EXTREMELY BELATED episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, Whitey and the Scotsman shoot the breeze about Alaskan beer, Central Coast Beers, the mudslide several months ago, how the Scotsman is building his own arcade joystick, video game arcades, Cobra Kai, and whatever was happening last summer when they recorded this. Scotsman geeks out... Continue Reading →

The First Duty of Government

"The first duty of government is to protect its citizens." Those are not my words, and frankly, I am not sure that I even believe that, but it is pretty much a universal belief among politicians and the political class. So as we watch another hurricane slosh ashore, we are inundated with news about how... Continue Reading →

Universal Basic Income

Universal basic income is an idea that is becoming increasingly popular, but its recent rise is not evidence of the fact that is has been tried before. The goal of UBI is to lift people out of poverty, yet in every poor country where it has been implemented, it has not resulted in greater standards... Continue Reading →

The Caine Mutiny

In Case of the Removal of the President from Office, or of his Death, Resignation, or Inability to discharge the Powers and Duties of the said Office, the Same shall devolve on the Vice President, and the Congress may by Law provide for the Case of Removal, Death, Resignation or Inability, both of the President... Continue Reading →

Flint, Unions, Democrats & Moore

Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore recently sat down with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes in Flint Michigan to discuss Donald Trump, the rise of the middle class, and the importance of electing socialist Democrats to office. Moore incorrectly attributes the rise of the middle class out of the 1930s with the coming prominence of unions. He then skips... Continue Reading →

Classic CT – Rawhide Down

No live show today. I had a prior commitment and between that and some other things going on, it just wasn't going to work out today. Tomorrow we will take a look at the 25th amendment. with all the recent interest in the idea of 25/45, it's probably time to take our first Constitution Thursday... Continue Reading →

State Sponsors of Terrorism

We’ve been told by nearly every big-name news personality that Iran is at the top of the list of state sponsors of terrorism, but who exactly made the list, and how a state gets on the list is never explained. The truth is that only four nations, out of 195+, are even listed. Wikileaks revealed... Continue Reading →

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