What does our foreign policy and military escapades have to do with the ethanol mandate?
We continue failed, harmful policies just because the powers behind them are able to self-perpetuate.
In this action-packed episode of the Conservative Conscience, we cut through the hot air and distraction over the Trump-media war fighting over which president offered better condolence calls to families of fallen heroes. The real question we should all be asking is how to change policies so that we don’t have so many fallen heroes who die because our civilian and military leadership continue doubling down on the wrong engagements with no strategic objectives. We discuss the need for a complete operational audit of the 140 countries we are involved in so that we can better identify our strategic objectives.
Much of our failed policies overseas stems from the same problems as failed domestic policies. We deviate from the constitutional method of having the whole of the people through Congress decide the issue and instead allow special interests to perpetuate failure.
Finally, we close with an update on Republicans screwing consumers with the ethanol mandate and how they have squandered an amazing opportunity to stand with the free market, the Constitution, and show how liberals are the ones tied to crony special interests.
U.S. to expand role in Africa
Afghani soldiers brought to our shores go AWOL
Ethanol lobby wins again