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Their discussion centered around CPAC 2010, touching on the GOProud controversy, Ryan Sorba’s commentary, Bob Barr’s panel, torture, and a dalliance into a discussion on protectionism, free markets, and American jobs.
Liberty Slate is a collection of candidates ranked by their adherence to five core principles, their likelihood of winning, and the quality of their website. Recently, they coordinated a “moneybomb” for their slate of candidates.
Podcast: 10th Amendment Summit, Joseph Stacks, CPAC, Bayh’s Retirement, 2010 Midterms, Guests: Ray McBerry & Mike Hassinger
This week, Jason and Brett speak with Georgia Gubernatorial candidate Ray McBerry (you may recall his Liberty Candidate interview with us) and United Liberty contributor and political consultant Mike Hassinger on this week’s show. Unfortunately, Mr. McBerry’s schedule only allowed him to join us for the first topic.
Together, they discussed:
Continuing our “Liberty Candidate Series” of interviews, Jason and Brett talk with Marlin Stutzman, discussing the retirement of Evan Bayh (D-IN), Hoosier jobs, energy policy, and fiscal conservatism. Stutzman is one of five Republican candidates seeking the Republican nomination for Indiana’s U.S. Senate seat this year.
This special edition podcast is the seventh in a series devoted to showcasing liberty candidates nationwide.
Podcast: Congressional Pay, Debra Medina & Glenn Beck, Tea Party Convention, DC Snow, Guests: Valerie Meyers & Luke Brady
Our own B.J. Lawson has announced plans to seek the Republican nomination in North Carolina’s Fourth Congressional District. Lawson was the GOP nominee in 2008 and was edged out by incumbent Democrat, Rep. David Price.
We hope to be chatting with him on a podcast soon.
The discussion of the GOOOH system is a great introductory glimpse at a novel approach to selecting a candidate to serve as a citizen-statesman, replacing the career politicians currently serving.
In this, the sixth in a series of interview with Liberty Candidates, Jason and Brett talk with Chris Simcox, discussing his campaign, his political activism, and his opponent, former Republican Presidential candidate, Senator John McCain. Simcox is running in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Arizona.
This series is one devoted to showcasing liberty candidates nationwide. Simcox talks about his Senatorial campaign against Arizona’s senior Senator.
Podcast: State of the Union, Bank Fees, Spending Freeze, War on Terror, Gay Equality, Guests: Andisheh Nouraee & Jeff Scott
Welcome to United Liberty’s live-blog of the State of the Union address. Our coverage will begin around 8:30pm. President Barack Obama will begin his speech to the joint session of Congress around 9pm.
The talking points from the Obama Administration are already out. The president will talk up jobs and focus on the middle class and other play up other populist talking points. Obama will also make another push on health care “reform.” Speaker Nancy Pelosi was floating ideas today such as incremental changes in the system just to get something through Congress.
Interestingly, he’ll call for transparency in Washington. That’s a laugh considering his campaign promises to televise health care negoitions on C-SPAN (and C-SPAN has asked for sunlight on this as well).