This episode originally aired on July 17, 2021. This portion of the show contains all of the topics discussed in the second full hour of the on-air radio broadcast, featuring an interview with Dr. Tim Ryan of the Physician's Practice. To open, I remind the audience about the wording of the First Amendment. The White… Continue reading First Amendment, Maricopa County audit and Interview with Dr Tim Ryan
In this excerpt from my Saturday show, "Waking Up with Alan," I spend time discussing how the censoring of speech led to a campaign of disinformation from the top of public health and elected leadership. There is a growing body of evidence showing how public officials put pressure on private companies like Facebook, Twitter and… Continue reading Big Tech Censorship and the Harm Its Done
Well, we thought we knew what all the kneeling was about. I mean, we were told it was about their First Amendment right to protest injustice, police violence and the unfairness experienced by some in our country. We were told it's a quiet display to show solidarity with those who have suffered social inequities. But,… Continue reading Trendy protests lead to choice between patriotism or NFL
I honestly do not wake up each morning looking for reasons to defend President Trump's Twitter behavior. I already wrote a piece a few months back where I explained why I believe his tweets were about more than just being crass or silly or unpresidential. By now, I had hoped his tweet-storms would have been… Continue reading Trump tweets once again; what could he be doing instead?
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution, as conceived by James Madison, went like this: “The civil rights of none shall be abridged on account of religious belief or worship, nor shall any national religion be established, nor shall the full and equal rights of conscience be in any manner, or on any pretext,… Continue reading Madison Did It Better
The 2015-16 school year started a few months ago. It was my turn to spend a day offering my wisdom and experience in the day-to-day activities of the students. As I walked into the first classroom, I felt like I had been transformed into the role of Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movie, Kindergarten Cop. Everywhere I turned, it… Continue reading The Ivory Tower of Pisa — Welcome to PCU
Happy birthday, America! It's been 238 years since the Declaration of Independence put a series of events in motion that forever changed the face of the world and redefined how government could be structured around the concept that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights and chief… Continue reading What freedom is not