Topic: The History of Self-Defense
Today Riley invites Dr. Steve Adams onto the podcast to talk about the history of self-defense. What sort of rights did people have during the Dark Ages and up through Colonial America while still under the rule of King George III? What important role did John Locke and other great philosophers play in shaping the thoughts and ideologies of our Founding Fathers? Was the 2nd Amendment just a convenient idea that made it into the Bill of Rights? Or did it serve a greater and much more intentional purpose? Riley and Dr. Adams break it all down and discuss the influences behind the 2nd Amendment and the right to self-defense. We hope this episode is enjoyable and especially relevant for you on Independence Day! Press ‘PLAY' above to listen now!
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Picks of the Week
- Riley – Legend by Eric Blehm (The story about Medal of Honor hero Roy Benevidez)
- Steve – Saiga Shotgun (magazine-fed semi-auto shotguns)
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