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We would like to apologize for the lack of podcasts lately. Both Jason and Brett are EXTREMELY busy for the time being, and the podcasts were, unfortunately, the area of the site that’s been neglected.
Until then, please feel free to peruse the audio archives and continue to enjoy the written word and video sections of United Liberty.
In the podcast, Jason and Chuck discuss some of his issues with the voting record of Sen. Johnny Isakson (the incumbent Republican), the aftermath of ObamaCare and free-market health care solutions, immigration, cap-and-trade and the economy.
You can download the podcast here.
Podcast: Post-HCR Threats, “Control the People,” ObamaCare Impact, Nullification, Hank Skinner case, Guest: Jeff Scott
Continuing our “Liberty Candidate Series” of interviews, Brett talks with UL’s own William “BJ” Lawson, discussing his 2010 race for the GOP nomination to face incumbent David Price again in November. Lawson is running with a message of “Peace, Prosperity, & Liberty,” focusing on stimulating job growth through tax cuts, reducing the size and scope of the federal government, reforming the federal regulations burdening American businesses, reducing spending to a level that restores a fiscal balance, restoring trust in government, and empowering local decisions on education.
Podcast: Healthcare, CBO, Census, Immigration Reform, Pre-Crime Policing, War,Guests: Doug Mataconis, Brooklyn Roberts
Welcome, Instapundit readers!
The House is scheduled to take up ObamaCare just after 2pm. It’s still unclear if Democrats have the 216 votes required to pass it, though there is a claim this morning that the votes are there.
As the seventh anniversary of the invasion of Iraq approaches on March 20th, we here at United Liberty would like to encourage you to participate in some form of peaceful protest. writing about it either in a note on Facebook, on a blog or letter to the editor of your local paper, participating in a demonstration or simply donating to AntiWar.com or another anti-war organization.
While engaging in protest, please keep this in mind: The disagreements on foreign policy should be directed at policymakers, such as the president and Congress. Please be respectful to our men and women in uniform. They deserve no less.
Dissent against policies and actions of our government is a right. Use it.
Within the podcast, Ms. Keaton references a list of links which have been included below:
Podcast: Jim Bunning, 2nd Amendment, Health Care Reform, Reconciliation, Extremism, Puppycide,Guests: Doug Deal & Mike Hassinger
In a special podcast, Jason discusses the latest details of healthcare reform with Michael Cannon, the director of health policy studies at The Cato Institute and the co-author of Healthy Competition: What’s Holding Back Health Care and How To Free It.
Their discussion includes the use of reconciliation to pass the latest healthcare reform bill amd the hurdles that procedure faces, the bill’s cost and new taxes, and health savings accounts (HSAs).
Continuing the “Liberty Candidate Series” of interviews, Jason and Brett talk with Adam Kokesh, discussing the new players in his race, jobs and the economy, national drug control policy, and the 10th Amendment Summit. Kokesh is seeking the Republican nomination for New Mexico’s 3rd District representative this year.
This special edition podcast is the eigth in a series devoted to showcasing liberty candidates nationwide.