Put your FeenBone in the air and wave it around like you just don’t care


FeenBoneRandyRandy England (at his former day job, above) and Ben Stone discuss the article; The Coming Civil Disobedience by Pat Buchanan.

Then they give some practical examples of how and when a moral person must take a stand and refuse to participate in an immoral situation.
Randy told the story of a Catholic Priest in Louisiana who refused to violate the seal of the confessional and testify about what someone may have said while giving confession.

That Eastern Orthodox minister who won’t do government weddings.

Near the end of the show, the Feens talk about having a PorcFest South, or maybe Pork Feast South.

Ben gives an honorable mention to the Blue Ridge Liberty Project.
Randy gives a shout-out to the Michigan Peace & Liberty Coalition’s Liberty Fest:

Co-hosts talked over the miles via FeenPhone!

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2 Responses to Put your FeenBone in the air and wave it around like you just don’t care

  1. dave w. says:

    I heard somewhere that the joke Ben tells about the payment for sex was actually a real incident where Winston Churchill in his younger days asked a snobby society lady at a party the same thing. The amounts of money being something like 1000 pounds and 5 pounds. Don’t know if it’s true but that’s what I heard, Just makes me think of something Groucho would say in a Marx brothers movie

  2. Nathan says:

    Ben’s story of the crazy water treatment lady is similar to the Mark/Ian/Cantwell situation, in that you have a boss (Ian) who is making questionable decisions (letting Cantwell back on) and you (Mark) have to either go along with it or quit because you have no other option. I’m surprised that in neither of these scenarios is the boss evil or greedy. Rather, they are simply taking the tactic of Hey I’m The Boss and If You Don’t Like It Leave. Which is a valid leadership style… as long as it’s backed by something and isn’t a bluff, lol.

    If Cantwell’s violation had been more overt and this was a major network, Mark’s best option would be to leave before the SHTF.

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