Elbert Hubbard's "A Message To Garcia" brought about insight into individual initiative. Back in 1899 it was simply a 42 page look into the future. What lessons can be learned through its words in today's society?
Every generation has a great question that must be asked that defines it or recognizes it for something specific. What is this latest era's burning question?
The gun violence has come with outcries for legislation to curtail it. How can it be done Constitutionally? Can it be done?
The polarization in America has become rampant in this country. Did the Founder have a plan for this?
The citizenship question was taken off the Census by Barack Obama. Donald Trump wants to put it back on the Census. How is that Unconstitutional?
Many Americans have had access to the Mueller Report and have come up with their own conclusions? But have those people read the report itself? Jeff Utsch did and he has a lot to tell about it!
The calls for racism have been ramped up over the years to the point where anything and everything can be considered racist. Where do we draw the line and keep racism in its proper context?
I have a message to all of my fans who are "Never Trumpers." The fact is that he is the legitimately elected President of the United States of America. Get over it.
Tearing down national monuments just because you disagree with them should not allow you to tear down the history that goes behind them. The Civil War is a part of our history whether you like it or not or are offended by it or not. Check your race card at the door and realize that we can learn from our history rather than tear it all down.
Liberty is a concept that Americans enjoy along with Life and Happiness. Is the need for it a universal concept and one worth fighting for? This is Part 3 of that conversation.
Liberty is a concept that is to be sought out by every American along with Life and Happiness. But is the desire to obtain it and keep it a universal concept? This is Part 2 of this conversation.
Liberty is a concept that is to be sought out by every American along with Life and Happiness. But is the desire to obtain it and keep it a universal concept?
The Freedom Expo has been around for a long time and has been very successful. What lessons can be learned just by experiencing this event?
How much indoctrination is going on in the University System? James T. Harris and Constitutional Scholar Jeff Utsch break down Jeff's time in Professor Noam Chomsky's class at the University of Arizona. How much information is being filtered through a long time heavy bias professor into his classroom?
The topic of abortion brings up the questions of what kinds of rights does the mother and child have? The right to privately decide this matter justifies the position of some people on the topic as a whole. How far does one's privacy rights go to justify the defense of abortion?
With Socialism sweeping the nation James T. and Jeff Utsch discuss the notion that people believe that if Jesus walked the Earth today that he would be more closely aligned with the Socialist belief system.