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People can wrap themselves inside the Constitution, spew anything they choose to say, stick their tongue out in your face and declare you can't do anything about what they said. They have Freedom of Speech. Right? Yes! However, Freedom of Speech, comes married to the responsibility for ones own actions. If you say it, write it or draw it, be ready to defend it. Cower in silence, you abdicate your freedom and allow the bullies and censurers to win.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Linger with Langer & Matt, Longer! 07/12 by Southern Sense Talk Radio | Politics Conservative Podcasts

Linger with Langer & Matt, Longer! 07/12 by Southern Sense Talk Radio | Politics Conservative Podcasts

Guest: Andrew Langer, is the President of The Institute For Liberty, and a contributor to The American Spectator, and He is the host of The Langer Cast on the RELM Network.

Since 2008, Andrew has been President of the Institute for Liberty.
IFL works on a variety of issues—promoting and protecting small
business, linking trade and prosperity, tilting against the regulatory
state.  But at the organization’s core, and Andrew’s, is the desire to
promote freedom and individual rights.  Andrew has been involved in
free-market and limited-government causes for nearly 20 years, has
testified before Congress nearly two dozen times, and spoke at the
historic 912DC March.

Guest: Matt Fitzgibbons, started in 2004 with the marriage of Matts’ three passions: Writing music, political philosophy and history. It’s about
award-winning, non-partisan music that celebrates the best of America
and inspires people to think, learn, and talk about individual liberty
and how to secure it. We’re interested in good music, reason and
history, not angry red versus blue arguments.

With three CDs, singles, multiple awards, live performances,
interviews on TV, radio, podcasts and newspapers, original videos, and
online shows, has reached hundreds of thousands of
people around the world.

Dedication: Army Master Sgt. Robert Horrigan, killed in action June 17, 2005 during Operation Iraqi Freedom

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