Is the USA like a dilapidated old house we can restore to greatness by returning to Constitutional principles? Is the Constitution a document about individual liberty? How did the Constitution actually come together, and what did it accomplish in the eyes of some of the key people involved in its construction?
Tom Baugh, author of Starving the Monkeys (the number one book on the Shrugging Out reading list), explores these and other questions in his second visit to The Shrugging Out podcast.
Tom cites research documented in Boston T. Party's (aka Kenneth Royce) book, "Hologram of Liberty", another book sure to appear soon on the Shrugging Out reading list.
Tom also describes a number of projects he is working on to help people prepare for the coming crash.
An eye-opening show for me, and I hope for many of you too.
P.S. Listenership of The Shrugging Out Podcast continues to grow, and I have to say that I am both inspired and humbled by that. Thank you so much for taking time to listen. I also greatly appreciate the e-mails I've received that have encouraged me to continue, provided me interesting information for the show, and have challenged me to consider alternative ideas. Very smart and very independent thinkers listen to The Shrugging Out Podcast, that's for sure!
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