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127: Thanksgiving is about avoiding socialism

127: Thanksgiving is about avoiding socialism

The recent Thanksgiving holiday meant different things to different people. Some people celebrate it as a day of gratitude for abundance, others, as a day of sadness and oppression. One thing’s for certain, the simplified version we were taught as children only tells a fraction of the story of those who settled the New World. We revisit some of the popular myths and discuss the most valuable lessons learned from the way the pilgrims experience began.
November 28, 2018
85: Why 1913 Was a Horrible Year for America

85: Why 1913 Was a Horrible Year for America

Watershed moments are those pivotal events on which history turns and the course of an entire nation can shift. Unfortunately, they are seldom recognized as such until many years later. In 1913, America experienced at least 3 watershed moments that have led us to serious consequences more than a century later. This reality underscores the importance of considering not only that which is seen when enacting a public policy but also the unintended consequences which are often not immediately seen.  
June 1, 2018
37: Brion McClanahan on How Hamilton Screwed Up America

37: Brion McClanahan on How Hamilton Screwed Up America

The vast majority of Americans recognize Alexander Hamilton as the face on the ten dollar bill. Some may also recall that he was one of the founding generation or that there’s a Broadway musical about him. Very few understand how Hamilton’s ideals have affected us throughout American History. Author and historian Brion McClanahan joins us to explain the often overlooked connections between Hamilton’s influence and the government overreach we see in our time.
October 10, 2017