In Episode #7 of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I share a little about my own personal political odyssey.

For most of my life, I did politics like most Americans. I focused almost all of my attention on national issues and political races. But in April 2009, everything began to change, and I came to realize that Washington D.C. is never going to solve America’s problems. Washington D.C. is America’s problem! As I began to truly understand America’s founding principles and discovered that the founders gave us a powerful means of stopping unconstitutional federal overreach, I evolved from an establishment Republican to a principled constitutionalist.

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