5 responses to “Ron Paul, Tom Woods, Peter Schiff on Freedom Watch”

  1. Rand Paul, Tom Woods, Lew Rockwell on Freedom Watch « Blog Sitter

    [...] Ron Paul, Tom Woods, Peter Schiff on Freedom Watch This Wednesday afternoon, Ron Paul joined Tom Woods, Peter Schiff, Wayne Allyn Root, Michael German,… [...]

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  2. Sean

    Thomas Jefferson believed in a limited government but a strong executive branch. He believed that the President should be in charge of foreign policy and should have overruling authority over congress in special interests. Jefferson believed that the President could act outside the constitution in a matter of crisis or opportunity. Jefferson believed that the Senate should be “construed strictly for the President.” He believed the president should create treaties and control trade between nations. He also thought that the executive and judicial branch should be able to interpret the constitution as independent entities. Jefferson believed that each branch of government should interpret the constitution to fulfill their unique duties accordingly, but he believed the president has the final say how to interpret the constitution and could override any other branch of government.

    All this information is given by the Boston University of Law.

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    1. Nate Y

      Well they’re wrong.

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      1. Sean

        His presidency proves this.. Even the history channel rips on Thomas jefferson. Here is the website with sited documentation.

        http://web.bu.edu/law/central/jd/organizations/journals/bulr/documents/YOO.pdf

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        1. Sean

          Thomas Jefferson went behind the backs of congress and made the Louisiana purchase with Alexander Hamilton’s debt finance system.. The History Channel says he expanded the power of the executive branch farther than any other president.

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