Jan 8, 2018
This was a great conversation with political scientist/commentator, James Harrigan. It takes no time before we’re up to our knees in: negative and positive rights, the “supremacy” and “necessary and proper” clauses of the US Constitution, the perils of credentialing and licensing, what’s likely to happen to the US —since we’re not going to be able to pay off our debt and more.
I’ve heard it said that it doesn’t matter if you don’t take interest in “government” — the government has an interest in you. One of my favorite moments is when James explains the impact of “the government” taking on the responsibility of doing things that were prior done by private charities.
I can’t wait to hear what you think of this one!
iTunes Podcast: Words & Numbers (by FEE)