1. JRR Tolkien and the Free Market - On Common Ground

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    from Bill Walton Added 35 1 0

    Dr. Jay Richards joins host Bill Walton "On Common Ground" to explore Tolkien's beloved writings and their political undercurrents. While most readers and students of Tolkien recognize his Christian analogies, many misinterpret or don't even register, the other, more political themes running through his series -- limited government, free markets, free trade, personal freedom and accountability. Dr. Richards outlines these connections in his new book, "The Hobbit Party", co-authored by Dr. Jonathan Witt and on bookstands now.

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    • 1.5 Video Notes

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      Chris Chandler American History - 1.5 Video Notes - Limited Government

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      • Anti-Libertarians Can't Think - CultOfDusty

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        "So in my opinion, libertarianism is really idiotic. It's based on a lot of really foolish beliefs." - Dusty Smith My latest target is Dusty Smith, otherwise known as the CultOfDusty, who is the living epitome of the Dunning-Kruger Effect. He considers himself to be smarter than he actual is, and considers libertarians to be idiotic because he wrongfully assumes that they think the free market is the solution to everything, when statists like himself think the state is the ultimate answer. This is my longest video to date, and took a lot of swearing and drinking to complete. Dusty is just that stupid! Special thanks to Shane Killian and the others at the Bogosity Forum for helping me with the video. Dusty's Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbuDPO2LSX4 For reference links and media attributions, visit my blog post: http://blamethe1st.blogspot.com/2014/09/anti-libertarians-cant-think-cultofdusty.html

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        • Our American Republic Ep. 13: Constitutional Law

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          This video of Our American Republic discusses the original intent of Constitutional Law to limit the powers of the Federal Government. Though we have had government classes and a host of news stories which discuss Constitutional Law, how was it perceived by the founders? From their perspective we will talk about the importance of limiting the powers of the Federal Government to protect our American way of life. We look at what James Madison, one of the key contributors to the authoring of the Constitution, thought regarding the Constitutional limitations of the Federal government. Finally, we will look at ways that you and I can address shortfalls of our foundational legal document: The Constitution. Soucres: (Annotations visible on desktops with Adobe Flash) 1. Law, http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/law?s=t 2. James Madison, Congressional Debate over the Cod Fishery Bill, Feb. 7, 1792 3. US Constitution, http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constitution_transcript.html "Like" this project at: http://www.facebook.com/OurAmericanRepublic

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          • Keynote address "Numismatics and Limited Government"

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            Social commentator Roger Kimball, Editor and Publisher of The New Criterion and President and Publisher of Encounter Books Introduction of Roger Kimball by Professor Robert Paquette, AHI Charter Fellow

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            • Welcome Remarks, Richard Erlanger, President, AHI

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              Welcome Remarks, Richard Erlanger, President, AHI

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              • A Conversation about a Limited Government Third Party in Your Hometown--Part III

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                Two citizens discuss and come to terms with how they can get involved in their local communities and effect change. To join the ACP, go to: http://joinacp.org To get involved locally as an advocate for Limited and Accountable Government, go to: http://www.localacp.org

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                • A Conversation about a Limited Government Third Party in America, Part II

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                  Two citizens discuss how the key to restoring the Republic is for State Governments to stop taking money from the Federal Government. For more info on these and other issues, go to: http://www.americanconservativeparty.org/acp-forum To join, go to http://joinacp.org

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                  • Allen Area Patriots - SD8 Candidate Debate

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                    Allen Area Patriots hosted a candidate forum for Texas Senate District 8, which covers a large part of Collin County (Allen, McKinney, Melissa, Anna), as well as Richardson and Sachse in Dallas County, The candidates, current Representative Ken Paxton, spoke to the group and answered questions. Scott O’Grady is the other candidate in this race, but at the time of the forum Scott had suspended his campaign and did not attend. Ken answered prepared questions relating to our five Tea Party Principles, and then took some questions from the audience. We had a very informative meeting and thank Ken for his participation.

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                    • Randal O'Toole Policy Lunch

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                      Cato Institute scholar Randal O'Toole talks infrastructure, housing, and land use in oil country.

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