When Two Worldviews Collide with Brian Brawdy – Episode 119
Sep 7th, 2012 | By Off The Grid Radio | Category: Radio | Print This Article
It’s now officially at an end – the posturing, the political show, the grandiose speeches, the “tingle down the leg” moments, and the media attempts to shape public perception. The two parties have had their conventions, and at no time in recent memory have we seen the world views and party platforms so diametrically opposed.
This election is going to be the defining moment when our country decides which course it wants to take. Are we going to continue down the path of socialism and increasing government control, or do we turn back to our Founders’ vision of limited government and liberty? This election will represent in microcosm our beliefs and values, and in January 2013, the person who places his hand on the Bible before the Chief Justice and swears the oath of office will be whom we have chosen, and by extension, whom we deserve.
Please join Bill Heid and Brian Brawdy for today’s Off the Grid Radio where they discuss everything from convention outtakes to the current police state, from Ronald Reagan to Barack Obama. We are at a time in our nation’s course where extensively dissimilar world-views are barreling toward one another at an unprecedented rate. How we manage this collision and who is left standing after the dust settles will determine our nation’s future not only for ourselves, but for our children and their children as well.
In this episode:
- Two divergent worldviews on a collision course
- The many ways the government keeps their eye on you
- What true revolution really means
- Why the belief in static or dynamic foundational principles determines ones political worldview
- And more…
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