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Constitutional Reform
April 20, 2018
A Columbine Survivor Tells his Story (Guest: Colorado State Rep. Patrick Neville) Podcast
Patrick Neville, a survivor from the Columbine High School massacre, joins the show exactly 19 years after the tragedy took place.
Constitutional Reform
April 19, 2018
Constitutional Soundbites: What is the Scope of the Declaration of Independence? Podcast
The Constitutional Soundbites trio discuss the Declaration of Independence and how the Constitution was ratified.
Constitutional Reform
April 16, 2018
Constitutional Soundbites: An Examination of Local, State, and Federal Law Podcast
As states move towards legalizing products that are federally illegal, David Shestokas examines the relationship between local, state, and federal law.

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Constitutional Reform
April 20, 2018
By Jim Lakely, Tim Huelskamp, Ph.D.
Patrick Neville, a survivor from the Columbine High School massacre, joins the show exactly 19 years after the tragedy took place.
April 19, 2018
By Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud, David Shestokas
The Constitutional Soundbites trio discuss the Declaration of Independence and how the Constitution was ratified.
April 16, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
As states move towards legalizing products that are federally illegal, David Shestokas examines the relationship between local, state, and federal law.
April 10, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
What is the process behind amending the U.S. Constitution? Can it only be done federally or are states able to seize control?
April 5, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
In this episode of Constitutional Soundbites, the trio discuss the process behind amending the United States Constitution.
April 2, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
The Constitutional Soundbites trio discuss the government’s role in cases of invasion, the branch of government responsible for violence, and what kind of government the Constitution requires.
March 26, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
The Constitutional Soundbites trio discusses the role of the United States judicial branch. Topics include how laws are declared unconstitutional, why judges have life terms, and how the Constitution defines crime.
March 21, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
In this episode of Constitutional Soundbites, David Shestokas analyzes the role of the president as well as how it differs from what the founders intended.
March 15, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
The senate has taken a role the founders never envisioned. David Shestokas, author of Constitutional Soundbites, answers how and why these changes have occurred.
March 7, 2018
By Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud, David Shestokas
Why are House members elected for two year terms, and Why do Senators have six year terms? These questions are answered in the inaugural episode of Constitutional Soundbites.