49 – Post-Mueller America with Mike Murphy

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s conclusion that President Trump did not collude with Russia has left the United States divided and unsure how to progress.

This episode attempts to answer America’s most pressing questions. I speak with Mike Murphy, a political expert, on America post-Mueller. … More 49 – Post-Mueller America with Mike Murphy

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Ep: 39: A Movement for Liberty with Brian Nichols

2016 changed how the world viewed politics. This change gave prominence to the libertarian, limited-government ideology. Brian Nichols is an adamant supporter of libertarianism and the philosophy of “Don’t hurt people. Don’t take people’s stuff.” We sort through the Republican Party’s flaws, the dangers of big government, and the importance of personal responsibility.

Be sure to tune in for a thought-provoking episode. Stay tuned until the last few minutes for our Patron Mailbag!

Thank you to Zach for his $30 per month support! As well as to Mike, Julie, and Tiana for becoming $15 per month Patrons! … More Ep: 39: A Movement for Liberty with Brian Nichols

Ep. 32: American Division, Tariffs, Immigration, and Guns with Michael Johns

Americans are divided as ever. We are unwilling to listen to those with whom we disagree, even if they are in our same “party.” In Episode 32, Michael Johns (Co-Founder of the Tea Party Movement and Former Presidential Speechwriter) and I break down the causes. Michael explains how Congressional leadership has demonized dissent and why we should have listened to George Washington and stayed away from the two-party system. We also consider a few solutions: term limits, transparency, and more.

In addition, we cover controversial policy topics such as immigration, trade, and gun control. Michael describes how he thinks a trade war might pan out for Americans, how DACA has been used as a political tool, and why the law is not a sufficient deterrent to criminals.

Be sure to tune in for a thought-provoking episode.

Thank you to Zach for his $30 per month support! As well as to Mike, Julie, and Tiana for becoming $15 per month Patrons! … More Ep. 32: American Division, Tariffs, Immigration, and Guns with Michael Johns

Ep. 12: Timothy Buck, Co-Founder of Read A Bill

Timothy Buck, Co-Founder of┬áRead A Bill, tells us more about his project. We discuss the story behind Read A Bill, the importance of accessibility and objectivity, and what exactly the Apple Plug is… … More Ep. 12: Timothy Buck, Co-Founder of Read A Bill

Ep. 9: The Campus Free Speech Act Part Two

In today’s episode we review the second part of the Campus Free Speech Act proposed by the Goldwater Institute. This second installation deals with sections two through five of the bill, which serve important roles in promoting free expression on college campuses. Using only the best ice cream analogies, we break down the importance of free thought and expression, and how that importance expands beyond college campuses and into our everyday lives. Thus, we must be open to new perspectives and ideas in order to refine our own.
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Ep. 6: The Campus Free Speech Act Part 1

In the sixth episode of Bills with Luke Scorziell we review Section One of the Campus Free Speech Act, a piece of mock legislation published by the Goldwater Institute. Today’s episode marks the introduction of the High School Culture segment with an analysis of Jim and Pam’s relationship on The Office. … More Ep. 6: The Campus Free Speech Act Part 1

Ep. 3: Should James Mattis be confirmed as Secretary of Defense?

In this episode we discuss the current debate on the house and senate floor of whether or not there should be an exception to the United States Code to allow recently retired General James Mattis into the Secretary of Defense position. On top of reviewing arguments on both sides of the isle, we will discuss James Mattis’ qualifications for the job. … More Ep. 3: Should James Mattis be confirmed as Secretary of Defense?