THE JANINE TURNER RADIO SHOW 1/21/12 -- Horace Cooper, Veronique de Rugy, Robert George and David Greenblatt

 
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Tonight, when Newt Gingrich scored an important victory in the South Carolina GOP Primary, Janine takes a look at our Constitution and what it truly means for our country today. Get out your notepads, class, because school is in session! Janine has not one, not two, but three constitutional scholars on the show and takes a close look at what our government has become in contrast to what our Founding Fathers intended for government to be. George Mason University Law Professor Dr. Horace Cooper leads off with a discussion about House Rule 12. What is that, you ask? Well, it has to do with how liberals are redefining the Preamble to the Constitution. Next, Veronique de Rugy, Senior Fellow also at George Mason University and author of a recent article in Reason Magazine that shoots down President Obama's class warfare against the richest Americans. Next is a two-part interview with Princeton Law Professor Dr. Robert George about the 9th and 10th Amendments to the Constitution, states' rights, and what our judicial branch has become. Finally, in the Reason Reading Corner, Janine and David Greenblatt discuss the new book they are reading by Richard Kiser on the Father of the Constitution, James Madison. You can listen to Janine each and every Saturday evening from 9pm-11pm CST from her home studio at Talk Radio 570 KLIF in Dallas, TX, or online from anywhere in the world at KLIF.com. You can also follow Janine on Facebook and Twitter, and text "Janine" to 90210 to receive text updates throughout the week. Please check out Janine's blog at Constituting America. Thanks! :)

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