In my recent interview with Fox News correspondent Jennifer Griffin, we discussed her experience as a journalist in South Africa covering the end of apartheid and the release of Nelson Mandela after 27 years in prison. Our conversation inspired me dedicate an entire episode to Nelson Mandela. He was a man of remarkable personal strength, wisdom and humility who represented the very best of the human spirit. Sadly though, Mandela's memory serves as a stark contrast to many of the so called "leaders" in today's African-American community today. It's Martin Luther King Jr. Day, so in the wake of the Ferguson riots and recent violence against police, I'll ask where are the civil rights heroes of today? Because African-Americans deserve a Neson Mandela, not an Al Sharpton. Click here to listen to the full podcast episode.
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Episode 20: Can the Government Steal Your Stuff? Yes. It's Called Civil Asset Forfeiture. (Part 2)
April 24, 2015
Here is a link to Grover Norquist's excellent op ed on how labor unions and local bureaucrats in big cities are trying to kill sharing economy apps li...
Episode 1 : Grover Norquist on the Sharing Economy (Show Notes)
December 19, 2014
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Episode 21: Grover Norquist Says It's Time to END the IRS