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Feb 25, 2017 12:00am EST
afraid of that. in their context and time that's king george. >> host: that makes a lot of sense. in their view the idea of a militia was much more people oriented unless government oriented. >> guest: it was your neighbor. >> host: so the fact that government has a standing army. >> guest: it violates the core principles of what they believe in. >> host: the first principle you raise in this comes from benjamin franklin. they that can give up central liberty to obtain safety deserve neither liberty or safety. >> guest: one of my favorite quotes. i know as an african-american woman to say that it rattles people. these men understood repression because i have been oppressed. they understood the government and the king consistently taking more and more. what they understood is if you give up a little after 911 happened i was young attorney working on capitol hill and going into law practice. i practice cyber law which is a whole new place. one of the big arguments between how much are we given up of our privacy, how much of our liberty to give up does a government need to spy on us i n
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2017 10:00pm EST
big? are you serious because in the context it is keen george. >> again their view, and the idea of a militia was much more people oriented. >> absolutely. >> host: but of that central liberty with neither liberty nor safety quick. >> these men i love these guys but i keep did 100. but these been understood oppression. they'll understood religious persecution to consistently take more and more. and if you give up little like after an 11 was a young attorney on capitol hill going into law practice. and a course that was a whole new space but when john ashcroft was attorney-general, much of the privacy have we given up to the need to know with the males are saying? so some people see him as a patriot or a traitor. i don't know. maybe he was supposed to tell us so the founding fathers understood if you keep knocking giving that you'll lose everything you have got. that this uh discussion earlier having right now. >> so o talk about core principles so to reconcile these principles from our founding fathers and what they thought and what we are now doing today with the individual services
CSPAN
Mar 5, 2017 9:00pm EST
george. >> host: makes a lot of sense. goes to in their view the idea of a militia was more people orenned and less government ordinary ore gleaned it was your neighbor, i can boyer borrow some gun powder -- >> host: the government havingsing this standing army -- >> guest: violatesviolates the e principles. >> host: the first bridge is from benjamin franklin. they that, guy if liberty to obtain safety is -- near liberty nor safety. >> guest: one of hi favorite quotes. i love these guys and that rattles people but i keep it 100. >> host: you do. >> guest: but what i'm trying to say is these men understood oppression because they had been oppressed. they understand religious percent accuse. they ordinary -- per accusation, that's understood a government taking more and more -- a crown taking more and more. after 9/11 happened i was a young attorney working on capitol hill and had gone into law practice and i practiced homeland security and cyberlaw which was a whole new spails at that time. one of the big argument when john ashcroft was attorney general, this big arm argument betwee
CSPAN
Mar 12, 2017 12:01pm EDT
of that because in the context in the time that is king george. >> host: that makes a lot of sense. it goes to come interview, the idea -- in their view -- the idea of the militia was much more people oriented. it was less government oriented. >> guest: it was your neighbor. may i borrow some gunpowder because i to go hunting. >> host: the fact the government has this quote standing army, and it would be -- >> guest: violates the court principles of what you believe in. >> guest: the first principle you race in this come from benjamin franklin, quote, they would give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, serves neither liberty nor safety. >> guest: one of my favorite quotes. this is one of talking about. i love these guys and a no as an african-american woman to say that, that rattles people. i open up -- what i'm trying to say is these men understood oppression because they had been oppressed. they understood religious persecution. they understood i government and the king consistently taking more and more and more, sound familiar? and what they understood was
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