The Black Lives Matter movement, like Occupy Wall Street in recent years, seems to be here to stay for a while. Its activists are now targeting presidential candidates' events and interrupting with questions to which they are demanding answers. Is this productive, and how should candidates respond? What about the all-important issue of taxes? With cries to "abolish the IRS," could the FairTax actually be the vehicle through which the U.S. does just that? Join us and our guests, Babette Holder-Youngberg and John McMillen, as we discuss these and other hot topics.
Babette is one of the co-founders of The Last Civil Right, a group of Christian conservative women who are political commentators and advocates for the principles of limited government, individual freedom, and a strong free market.
John, who describes himself as a typical "common man" citizen, has had a career in marketing and sales, as well as self-employment. He began his political activism in the early 1980s, and is currently the Missouri State FairTax director. He is also a co-founder of the Sikeston Tea Party, which he helped establish for the purpose of spreading the FairTax message.
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