Due Process

With the Left entrenched in nearly every arena in society, it takes a lot to stand up to them. Someone who has experience in that fight joins us today: Rachel Alexander (intellectualconservative.com), Founder and Editor of the Intellectual Conservative. She recounts how Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is taking on both Arizona State University and the Arizona Bar Association (who retaliated against him for going after the school). The media and the politicos are showing their hypocrisy yet again in highlighting his defeats and ignoring his successes. Battling the hornet's nest takes a toll, but there are some brave souls out there willing to do it. Will there be more?

John Loeffler

January 13, 2022

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An independent journalist present at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, recorded the event on his video camera. Now, he's being charged by the federal government with a number of crimes, not the least of which is racketeering. That journalist, Steve Baker (thepragmaticconstitutionalist.com), is with us today. He recounts what he saw just over a year ago and discusses what the government is doing to him now and why – they don't like what he has to say about January 6 nor his footage of that day. He also discusses those who have been incarcerated and held for the past year with no trial.

Suzzanne Monk: Inside January 6

Broadcast Running Time: 18:06

John Loeffler

October 8, 2021

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While the events of January 6th were definitely not an insurrection, there were some behind the scenes planners. Where those planners' work is quite disturbing. Joining us today is author, activist, and podcast host Suzzanne Monk (trumptalk.us). She discusses how people arrested on January 6 are still being jailed without a trial, how Antifa and the FBI were more involved than regular citizens in the planning, and how the powers that be on the Left want conservative patriots to live in fear. The FBI is focused more on planning events like this or harassing parents who speak out at school board meetings than actually doing their job.

John Loeffler

August 24, 2021

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Does the executive and/or judicial branch have the right to just ignore the Constitution?  The answer of course is no, but sometimes that doesn't seem to stop them.  Retired engineer John Green is back with us today to discuss the latest rulings and declarations surrounding the eviction moratorium.   The Supreme Court admitted it wasn't constitutional to extend the moratorium but allowed it to be extended anyway.  The Biden administration picked up the ball and extended it even more – admitting also that it was probably unconstitutional.  There are many consequences and precedents that will result from this.  How fast are the Founding Fathers spinning in their graves?

A recent ruling in Pennsylvania court dealt a blow to the practice of civil asset forfeiture. Here today to talk about it is Caroline Grace Brothers (ij.org), Constitutional Law Fellow at the Institute for Justice. She describes the case where a reporter wanted to obtain names of property auction winners to determine if there was an asset seizure for profit scam happening. Courts ruled in his favor but the powers that be refused to give up the names. That is, until the highest court in the state also ruled in his favor. A precedent has now been set that could put a significant check on the civil asset forfeiture system. John finishes up today's podcast detailing the reasons why civil asset forfeiture is unconstitutional and can be easily abused.