The BEST parts of my show are usually the HausGuest segments – and we had TWO perfect ones today. Listen to the entire show here:
Constitutional Sound Bite – David Shestokas
For today’s sound bite, David and I talked about the 13 years between the Revolutionary War and the Constitutional Convention – the Articles of Confederation were NOT sufficient and everyone knew something else was needed.
Interesting point: a government with 3 different branches, all with separated powers, had been discussed philosophically for hundreds of years, but had never EVER before put into practice.
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HausGuest – Bre Payton
Bre is a staff writer for The Federalist and she’s FANTASTIC.
We concluded by talking about Obama’s speech writer Jon Favreau (NOT the director) and his whining about Senator Tom Cotten’s comments about the WEAKNESS of the administration’s foreign policy team:
Favreau’s response clearly had the opposite effect of what he intended – because he totally proved that Cotton was right.
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