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Individual Liberty and his Campaign with Congressional Candidate James Carr

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Talk with our guest Virginia 7th District Congressional Candidate James Carr, Host Robert Jetter, Jr. Panelists Conservative Activist Cindy Todd, Founder of Overpasses for America James Neighbors, and author and Constitutional expert Kelly Mordecai, along with Dan Gray, Bards Logic contributor, editor of Operation American Spring and former columnist of the Washington Times. Join our Round Table Discussion.

Bards Logic welcomes James Carr. We discuss his campaign and individual liberty.

In '95 James graduated from Highland Spring HS, which was far from an academic powerhouse, yet made it into The College of William and Mary and spent 5 years working full time in various jobs from bus-boy to hotel desk clerk to receive his BBA in Business, Finance in 2000.  As a senior cost analyst on multiple large government projects he was able to learn much about how inefficiently our tax money is spent.  After a few years James met his wife and decided to change industries.  He has been in healthcare for over 7 years specializing in finance, business systems and advanced analytics. His parents always told James and his brothers that anyone can make a difference if they try hard enough.  It didn't matter if you came from affluence or from a working class family, you just had to do what was right and be willing to work as long and hard as it takes.  Today, children are growing up watching political races where no substance is presented but millions of dollars are spent trying to make one's opponent look bad.  In many respects we are teaching our children that the path to leadership is money.  It says something about those in office and our government in general but James doesn't want to tell his kids that the government is too broken to bother.  Instead, he is trying to position himself to help fix the problems.

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