The 4th Amendment protects Citizens against “unreasonable” Searches by the Government. But how far can the Government go before a search is “unreasonable?” Dave and John take a look at a case of Fish and Game Agents going beyond the norm to catch a fellow selling Eagle Parts…
Original Airdate: November 29, 2012
The 22nd Amendment codified the two-term limits on Presidents. While the original Constitution put no limits on the number of terms any elected official could serve, the example set by George Washington of two elected terms was long considered the de facto rule for Presidents. If two terms were enough for him, who would dare think themselves above that?
The story of the Roman leader Cincinnatus and the Society he inspired in the United States sets the stage for the 22nd Amendment.
Original Airdate: April 14, 2011
There are numerous heroes of the American Revolution who’s names are rarely mentioned and even more rarely recalled.
But it was the Reverend’s prayer in September 1774 for which he is most recalled. Sam Adams, not a Anglican, was moved and John Adams recorded it a letter to his wife, saved forever for us today.
On the day that a Federal Judge ruled a Day of Prayer Unconstitutional, we recall the Reverend Duché and his mighty prayer on behalf of our new nation.
“O Lord our Heavenly Father, high and mighty King of kings, and Lord of lords, who dost from thy throne behold all the dwellers on earth and reignest with power supreme and uncontrolled over all the Kingdoms, Empires and Governments; look down in mercy, we beseech thee, on these our American States, who have fled to thee from the rod of the oppressor and thrown themselves on Thy gracious protection, desiring to be henceforth dependent only on Thee, to Thee have they appealed for the righteousness of their cause; to Thee do they now look up for that countenance and support, which Thou alone canst give…”
The Reverend Duché
Original Airdate: April 15, 2010