In the latest episode of “Freedom’s Disciple,” Jonathon Dunne discusses the Cohen verdict and real global issues including Venezuela and South Africa, and he explains why income inequality is a good thing.
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Last week, Michael Cohen pleaded guilty and the media on ALL sides made this solely about whether President Donald Trump is guilty or innocent. This verdict does raise some interesting principles that should be discussed including whether campaign finance is actually a constitutional issue.
Real Global Issues
While the media are spending every waking minute on President Trump, they are silent on some very big issues happening around the world, including researching if there is an issue with South African farms being stolen and the economic and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela.
We are living in a world that is obsessed with the law of man and history gives us countless examples of why this always fails. The root of this failure is there is no foundation and no consistency to the law of man - it can "evolve" at any time and will change from country to country. This is why we must start sharing the idea of America with people and its foundation - that there are certain things in society that will never change, that it does not matter what country you are in, what era you live in - this is the law of nature America's founders spoke about. It is the key foundation of America.
If you listen to enough media, you will hear the term income inequality and all about how it's getting worse and why this is a horrific thing. I want to make the case to you today why income inequality IS A GOOD THING and we should celebrate it. I also want to make the economic argument that celebrates when a millionaire buys something really extravagant like a private yacht or fancy car, we all gain in society.
On this show, I also announced a new exciting project. As you know I am a firm believer in both the free market system and charity. It is for this reason I have designed a high-quality hoodie, with a simple message that should unite most Americans : "America: Making the impossible, possible. Est 1776." $15 from the sale of every hoodie will go directly to Mercury One & The Nazarene Fund. Please consider purchasing from freedomsdisciple.com/store or by clicking this link.
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