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How about having a "Constitutional government"

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Let's spend some more time talking about the role of our Federal Government and having free markets. Do we need to have free markets if we want to have a free society?

I want to spend one more show on my series adressing the question on wheter or not we want less government or just more efficient government. We'll focus on the government's role in the markets.

Part 3 of my series of discussing the question on whether we want less government or just more effecient government.

We'll continue addressing the question on wheter or not we want less government or just more efficient government. Is there a difference? Which philosophy is more realistic or more desireable?

Is Less government more efficient government? Is having less government not realistic thus we need to strive for a powerful yet efficient government? Is there a difference? Lets talk.

Free Markets, are they the answer or are they the problem? Or should we have a government regulated free market? Can government regulations and free markets co-exist? Let's talk!

Can anyone defend to me why the Constitution may not be valid in today's world? Does anyone feel that we don't have enough compromise in this country?

More examples of compromising in politics, GOP debate and maybe Wall street occupation. We'll bring all this back to the Constitution.

Is compromising in politics really overrated? Or is compromise desperately needed in D.C. politics? After all our nation was founded on some compromises right?

Is compromising in politics really overrated? Or is compromise desperately needed in D.C. politics? After all our nation was founded on some compromises right?
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