037 Pursuit of Power

by Oct 1, 2018

  • What do the Kavanaugh hearings tell us about consolidation of power in D.C.?
  • Where did the idea come from that the Constitution is a “living” document?
  • Are ever-changing rules really rules at all?
  • Can the power of government be used to bring about utopia?

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