interview responsibilityI recently enjoyed a great discussion with Mike Church on his national radio show.

We talked about the responsibility of citizens in a republic, foreign and military policy, and increasing liberty through limiting the national government to its constitutional powers outlined in Article 1, Section 8.

Here’s the link to the audio of the show. My interview begins about nine minutes into the audio file. Thanks to Mike Church for having me on the show and for making the audio available to post on The Imaginative Conservative.

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Winston Elliott, III is Editor-in-Chief of The Imaginative Conservative. This is a revised transcript from The Mike Church Show

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