Surviving the Shutdown

The Founding Fathers distrusted human nature. They were mostly Christians who believed in the Fall of Man. Though the phrase hadn’t been uttered yet, they believed that “absolute power corrupts absolutely.” That’s why they designed a tripartite government that forces conflict to serve us. They wanted tension, differing opinions, and checks and balances. While temporarily painful, the pressure felt during a government shutdown is ultimately a good thing. As constituents, we are better served by this kind of discussion and pressure.

Note: This episode originally aired on January 24, 2018. While the circumstances of this shutdown are different, the sentiments presented in this episode are as relevant today as they were in 2018.

2019-01-08T12:26:44+00:00January 9th, 2019|Podcast|