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Episode 218 – Philosophy of Freedom: The Magna Carta

02/18/2012

In this age of the destruction of our long tradition of western jurisprudence, it is a document that everyone has heard of but very few have read. The Magna Carta was written nearly 800 years ago, yet still has a profound influence on our thinking about law and government. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we rediscover the tradition of liberties and freedoms affirmed in this ancient agreement.

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Episode 004 – You Are Losing Your Freedom to Travel

06/22/20070 Comments

The Canadian government implemented a no-fly list this week, which, like its American counterpart, raises serious concerns about basic personal freedoms. This week we talk to Connie Fogal of the Canadian Action Party about the no-fly list and go through its legal history and implications.

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Interview 004 – Connie Fogal

06/13/20070 Comments

The Corbett Report talks to Connie Fogal, the leader of the Canadian Action Party, about the No Fly List being implemented in Canada, the Security and Prosperity Partnership, the North American Union, Ron Paul and other topics.

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