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2015 Schedule: Sunday’s 1800-2000 (6pm-8pm) central Tuesday's & Fridays 1800-2000 (6-8pm) central We are growing and by word of mouth only! Join my tens of listeners and find out what we are all about. We take the thought’s of the Founders & Framers, the Organic Guiding Documents of our Founding, & what we have learned from History and apply it to the current events of our lives. Freedom Studies 101: UGP Radio is your school for Remedial Conservative Studies. Come explore the depths & values of a free society & limited government! We are growing! With over 1,000,000 served weekly!

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The emphasis here should be on "dreamt of", as Hamlet is pointing out how little even the most educated people can explain. One can imagine happier times when Hamlet and Horatio, studying together at Wittenberg, engaged in heated philosophical debates. Shakespeare does not expand on the specific nature of Horatio's philosophy, and in the First Folio (1623), the text actually reads "our philosophy."
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Tonight: We are going over Arthur J. Stansbury's Elementary Catechism On The Constitution Of The United States Copyright 1827 Sharpen your pencils and bring your blue books, the whole show will be a test. Folks this is one you will... more

live in New Jersy on WNJC1360

tonight we talk about the human concept of nostalgia with the past. Is out glorgying the past make the future look so bleak?

Let's talk about our inalienable rights and where they come from, and if we need to prep for an impending reversion to might makes right. Also lets talk unicorns and fairies

tonight my familys perspective on the price of freedom and liberty

tonight we talk ferguson and its historical role in our development...also finish up on state of nature talk and perhaps more...

Tonight the professor asks the question: should we recycle the Declaration Of Indpendence and start another revolution to overthrow the bonds of our corrupt government?

tonight we look at what the state of nature means and are we reverting to this state of nature where might makes right and the rule of law nolonger applies?

the professor changes his mind on the president using his office for legislative tasks...come find out why

we continue our exploration into seperation of church and state...
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