In a recent television commentary, an impassioned discussion emerged, prompted by a viral video of former President Trump declaring, "We will not comply." While many Americans echo this sentiment when it comes to COVID-19 mandates, masks, lockdowns, and vaccine requirements, Brannon Howse delves deeper into the underlying principles and values that drive this refusal to comply.
What would the founding fathers of America have to say if they came back and were given a tour of Washington, D.C. Radio/TV broadcaster Brannon Howse entertained that idea in a January 26 broadcast. He built his monologue on the March 4, 1837, farewell address of President Andrew Jackson, which everyone should get a copy of and read. It contains numerous warnings about the dangers of a growing centralized government that would at some point be hijacked by people with money and power beyond the American people’s ability to control
Guest: Attorney and Pastor, Dr. Andy Woods. Topic: The American Principles That Made America Free. Topic: America’s laws are now largely based on opinion and might makes right. Topic: The U.S. Supreme Court rules that a high school cheerleader that posted a curse word on Snapchat and was kicked off the squad had her right of free speech violated. The Supreme Court ruled 8 to 1 with the dissent coming from Clarence Thomas. Brannon and Dr. Woods discuss their concern over the dissent by Justice Thomas. Topic: Brannon explains why Americans must now ignore the unconstitutional rulings, edicts, indictments and charges of tyrants. Brannon explains that the government only has powers granted to it by the consent of the governed and that by compiling with tyrants the people are giving them credibility, legitimacy and authority not rightfully theirs according to the Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, Federalist Papers and The laws of nature and nature’s God.