Jim Demint’s Palmetto Freedom Forum

On Monday September 5th, the Palmetto state hosted a presidential forum of a different kind. Rather than sound bites, the hosts engaged in a discussion and cross-examination of each candidate’s positions on critical issues.

The three panelists were: U.S. Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC), U.S. Representative Steve King (R-IA), and Dr. Robert P. George, founder of the American Principles Project and McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University. The event was moderated by David Stanton, a veteran of South Carolina presidential events and a well-known, respected former local news anchor.

The original was livestreamed on Ustream, but recorded video was a bit tricky to locate. The best recordings on YouTube so far are by Bluesc11, who graciously fixed a a problem which had prevented me from embedding the first segment. Enjoy!

Click on the little TV screen symbol in the lower right to acces the playlist and choose which segment you’d like to watch, or just let it play through.

1) Intro and Michele Bachmann

2) Bachmann -> Herman Cain @ 11:25

3) Herman Cain

4) Cain -> Newt Gingrich @ 4:25

5) Gingrich -> Ron Paul @ 12:50

6) Ron Paul

7) Paul -> Mitt Romney @ 5:45

8) Mitt Romney and Wrapup

Mike Rogers.
by Mike

Mike is a British import of more than 30 years, who was a conservative in the days of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan.

A staunch constitutionalist, Mike espouses all good causes toward the libertarian side of conservative – EG he who governs least, governs best. He believes that the Declaration, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights mean what they say, and that candidates for office should take their oaths of office seriously.
Here to defend, without irony “Your rights as Englishmen from distant and tyrannical government”, Mike knows whereof he speaks and exhorts all US citizens to live, breathe and teach our history and our constitution.