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.

6 Comments

  1. Brian OConnor

    June 4, 2016 at 10:11 am

    You would be more effective candidate if you spoke about our currrent issues and problems and how you as President would plan to solve them. the podcast is too therotical & you sound as dry as LBJ. I want a Constitutionalist to win

    • Brian, I want a “Constitutionalist” to win, also. You know what one is. Therefore, you know who to vote for. The vast majority of Americans don’t have a clue of either. Darrell’s podcasts lead and convince us to know both.
      Curtis Caine

        • I want a President whose decisions are based on bedrock principles vs. purely “outcome based” public preferences, As past presidents will tell you, the current issues in the headlines today are rarely those that are faced on their first day in the Oval Office! These weekly podcasts are a valuable education for many of us as to the founding principles of this country as well as an important guide as to how Mr. Castle would govern on that first day! The public is fast learning that the other two parties and candidates are simply holding their fingers up to the wind to try to gauge the outcome of their rhetoric about current issues and have few bedrock principles! And many voters are now looking for an alternative! I for one believe that Mr. Castle is offering us that alternative and support his candidacy.

  2. I posted a question about this report (pointing out an issue related to
    Bastiat that you should probably address) over on Twitter: https://twitter.com/piouseye/status/740686217990287360

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