Category: Civil Liberties (page 1 of 3)

The NFL Protests – Is Free Inquiry Possible?

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Darrell Castle talks about the NFL protests and asks the question “Should we be allowed free inquiry as to whether the protest allegations are true or not?”


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DACA

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Darrell Castle explains DACA and discusses Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ defense of the rule of law and how it applies to the ending of DACA.


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Corporatism and the Destruction of Free Speech

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Darrell Castle discusses how corporations and government have joined forces to destroy the right to speak freely in America.


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CNN – Consider The Source

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Darrell Castle talks about the arrogance of the news media and CNN’s attack on the free speech and privacy rights of Mr. Han A. Solo and by implication all Americans.


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Travel Ban Reinstated – Well Sort Of

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Darrell reviews the Supreme Court’s decision reinstating President Trump’s travel ban on people from Muslim countries.


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The Real Meaning of the Clinton Decision

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Darrell Castle discusses how the rule of law and the right of the people to govern themselves are in grave danger.


THE REAL MEANING OF THE CLINTON DECISION

Hello, this is Darrell Castle with today’s podcast. Today is Friday, July 8, 2016, and on today’s podcast we are going to discuss the death not only of the rule of law, but of the people’s ability to govern themselves.  I’m not going to rehash the information that you already know about James Comey’s press conference in which he said essentially that there was evidence of broken laws, which would have been prosecuted in others but not in one of our Royalty.  That is a rough paraphrase but accurate.  What I intend to discuss is what the actions of Mrs. Clinton, and what Mr. Comey said about those actions, really mean. Continue reading

Self Defense Is a Basic Human Right

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Darrell Castle takes time while on the campaign trail to talk about the right of free people to defend themselves in light of the shooting in Orlando.

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The Function of Law

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Darrell Castle discusses the intended and original purpose of law and argues that it has been perverted today.

The Function of Law

CR-web-BastiatToday we are going to discuss the law and why it is important to our lives in America today.

Frederic Bastiat was a French economic theorist who died in 1850 at the age of 49 apparently from tuberculosis. His most famous book, The Law, has been the basis of much free market thinking over the years. His last book, Economic Harmonies, was an attempt to explain the workings of the social order under liberty, and how this capacity of people to cooperate is the source of civilization.

In “The Law” he addresses not economic theory but political theory. He asks, what is the law? He argues that it came after liberty and after property. It did not create them. The purpose of law is to serve to bolster the institutions that make social and economic life work. It is the servant, not the master of liberty and property.

His book opens with this statement: “The law perverted! And the police powers of the state perverted along with it! The law, I say, not only turned from its proper purpose but made to follow an entirely contrary purpose! The law become the weapon of every kind of greed! Instead of checking crime, the law itself guilty of the evils it is supposed to punish! If this is true, it is a serious fact, and moral duty requires me to call the attention of my fellow citizens to it.” Continue reading

Why the U.S. Must Leave the U.N.

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Darrell Castle gives his reasons why he believes the United States must immediately withdraw from the United Nations.

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