Was the government shutdown a charade that accomplished nothing for America? Why would a candidate run if he couldn’t win? Why should anyone run? Where is the country headed? These are questions we will answer with Michael Peroutka, former presidential candidate.
Michael Anthony Peroutka (born 1952) is a Maryland lawyer, the founder of the Institute on the Constitution. He once held a position in the United States Department of Health and Human Services and was the Constitution Party candidate for president in 2004. He is co-host of The American View radio program. You can read more here www.theamericanview.com.
Here we are at the Covenant America Conference with Sheriff Mack, Ray Kish and Laurie Kish in Kansas City. I was asked to speak before Glenn Beck in one of the break out sessions. For those of you who were unable to make it to the conference, you can watch the talk I gave here:
I have seen government programs suspended by strikes, but I never thought I would see a day when people would be punished and even threatened with arrest if they offer their services voluntarily to help others and ease the stress. Usually during tumultuous times the beauty of the American Spirit rises up and we prove that we can and will take care of ourselves.
With so much daily news on the partial government shutdown and the vindictive, even going as far as to attacking the right for the military to worship, behavior coming out of Washington DC, it’s time for some good news.