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In this episode of TRX: Tenther Radio, Michael Boldin is joined in studio by new co-host Nick Hankoff. Nick is an activist-extraordinaire around the Southern California grassroots groups, and does some part-time work with the TAC’s outreach team. Michael and Nick are joined by special guest Jim Babka, president of DownsizeDC. Jim says that “In both the Liberty U. and State of Virginia rulings, they’re saying that the courts are the wrong strategy for overturning Obamacare.”

Michael and Nick also talk about a recent poll that shows our message of decentralization and federalism is actually winning, even though the establishment would have you think otherwise. They cover the recent GOP debate, and talk about the fact that the republican candidates, as a general rule, seem to be opposed to eliminating anything, they just claim they want to “fix” it all, but we know that never works.

Ending the show, Michael goes on a Tenther Rant about Constitution day, which is this Saturday, September 17th. “While it may be good to educate our young on how many years a Senator serves, or how Supreme Court justices are appointed, it’s not enough. Seriously lacking in the public discourse is the actual purpose of the Constitution – its underlying principles.”


Jim Babka: “Every single person in the government swears an oath to the very same constitution, to abide by the laws in pursuance of THIS constitution, and they all have the responsibility to follow its plain words.”

“If a judge makes a ruling that is contrary to the plain words of the Constitution, then it’s not law, it’s just his bad opinion!”

Nick Hankoff: “We specialize in forcefully injecting people with all sorts of things that are way more healthy for you than Gardasil here at TRX: Tenther Radio”

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