I recently spoke at an event in Missouri, and I took the liberty to talk about why I believe America’s best days are ahead. In this speech, I hit on what I believe are the most critical problems and end with solutions that start with the people. Our best days are ahead if we the people will take ownership.
Shane Krauser recently spoke on an Arizona college campus at an open forum sponsored by the Young Americans for Liberty (YAL). During the course of this presentation, Shane highlighted three questions that every person must answer before adopting their political philosophy. This was powerful, engaging, and fun! Listen in:
We’ve heard it over and over, and it is now even being taught in some of our educational institutions. The Constitution is apparently no longer relevant and is even classified by some as downright evil. Here are my thoughts. What are yours?
The debate rages on as to who should fund the education of our children. While I believe in more of a self-directed education model, the last entity that should be educating our children is the federal government. Here are a few of my thoughts on the matter:
It wasn’t too long ago I was invited to debate Dr. John Ray, a professor at Montana Tech University regarding liberty and the U.S. Constitution. Can people discriminate on religious grounds? Should we have unlimited access to firearms? Is the Constitution a living, breathing document? Check out this great, vibrant exchange straight out of Butte. Montana.
Parts 2, 3, and 4 can be found by clicking the following link: Shane Krauser’s YouTube Channel.
In July 2012, I had the distinct honor and privilege to be invited by Glenn Beck to be a part of the Restoring Love event in Arlington, Texas. This attracted tens of thousands of people from all over the world, and it was certainly one of the highlights of my life. These videos capture just one of the many talks I gave during that monumental week. Enjoy!
What is the most important battle going on in America and the world? As an intense as it might be, many might conclude that the political battle is of utmost importance. While tempers rage in the political arena, the cultural battle is quietly taking place. It’s always been this way. When all is said and done, politics is just a reflection of the outcome of the cultural battle.
Change the the hearts and minds of the people first and changes within government will follow. It will not happen the other way around, insofar as we are talking about liberty and prosperity. Here are some of my thoughts: