John Yoo | Reining in the Administrative State | The Significance of Natural Rights and the Future of America's Courts | Is China a Rival or an Adversary of the United States?
May 27th, 2022 | 28 mins 7 secs
abortion, administrative state, american enterprise institute, america’s roundtable radio, berkeley, bill of rights, china, declaration of independence, deputy assistant attorney general, dobbs vs. jackson women’s health organization, emanuel heller professor of law, europe, first amendment, freedom of speech, gun rights, hoover institution, international leaders summit, jerusalem leaders summit, joel anand samy, justice clarence thomas, natasha srdoc, nato, natural rights, non-delegation doctrine, professor john yoo, roe v. wade, russia, second amendment, stanford university, state rights, texas, u.s. department of justice, ukraine, university of california, us, us constitution, us supreme court, war, washington d.c.
John Yoo | Joe Biden's Executive Overreach — Imposing Unconstitutional Federal Mandates | Clarence Thomas's 30th Anniversary on the Supreme Court | Durham Report
October 30th, 2021 | 25 mins 18 secs
america, american enterprise institute, america’s roundtable, asia-pacific region, berkeley school of law, biden administration, california, capitalism, cdc, centers for disease control, checks and balances, clinton campaign, decentralization, declaration of independence, division of power, durham report, emanuel s. heller professor of law, europe, false claim of russia-trump collusion, federalism, former deputy assistant attorney general, government, governor phil bryant, hoover institution, international leaders summit, jerusalem leaders summit, joe biden, joel anand samy, john yoo, lanser broadcasting, law clerk, liberty, natasha srdoc, occupational safety and health administration, orrin hatch, osha, palo alto, president donald trump, private property, rule of law, san francisco bay area, socialism, sovereign states, stanford university, supertalk mississippi, supreme court justice clarence thomas, university of california, us, us constitution, us court of appeals judge laurence silberman, us department of justice, us senate judiciary committee, usa, utah, vaccine mandate, washington d.c.
January 30th, 2021 | 27 mins 19 secs
accountability, america, america’s roundtable, business, china, congressman david brat, consent of the governed, corruption, covid-19, criminal capitalism, declaration of independence, democrats, eastern europe, economic growth, economic liberty, economy, election integrity, executive orders, fraudulent elections, free and fair elections, free markets, freedom, freedom of speech, green energy, independent judiciary, international leaders summit, jerusalem leaders summit, jobs, joe biden, joel anand samy, judeo-christian values, keystone xl pipeline, law enforcement, mail-in votes, mainstream media, marxism, michigan, natasha srdoc, pelosi, pennsylvania, president trump, religious freedom, republicans, rule of law, socialism, tax increase, trump administration, us, us constitution, usa, virginia, washington d.c. swamp