Eric_Prince

EPrince

×  

Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
I am a libertarian on a National level and a Republican at my local level in Rowlett, Texas. I am looking to grow in my political understanding, and each time I broadcast a show, it will be thoroughly researched before I say anything. I hope I can grow through this broadcast, and hope I can help you grow as well. "I have no other view than to promote the public good, and am unambitious of honors not founded in the approbation of my Country."

On-Demand Episodes

A continuation of the series on Rights. For a long time, people have been using the word "Right" very loosely. I would like to define a right and define a privilege, and show you why things like Medicare, a job, education, etc. are privileges... more

This will be the first broadcast in a series of broadcasts to discuss where rights and liberties come from, and what we can do to protect them. It will also show the difference between a right and a privilege. Do these things come from the... more

The title says it all. Has the FDA gone too far? If so, how long have they been out of control? Should we get rid of the FDA? You betcha.

Will be a very biased view of abortion. This broadcast will be an attempt to provide evidence for pro life supporters by shedding light on inconsistencies with abortion laws mainly, but will touch on medical issues as well. I will leave... more

With the election of Scott Brown in Mass., we the people must not back down now! This broadcast is meant to inform people on the next few weeks and months, which will be crucial to our Country's future.

Going over the debate in as much detail as one hour will allow.

Even though I am strongly "Conservative", I tend to vote republican, because normally Libertarians don't have a shot, I believe Republicans should clean out our own problems at home and in Washington before the midterm elections... more

A broadcast to look back on my political involvement and growth in 2009. Both my understanding of national politics and local politics, as well as what I look forward to for 2010.

Comments

 comments