Dr. Kevin Gutzman joined Mike Church to debunk the myths of the 14th Amendment with facts, plain english and logic, something no one else seems to be able to do. If you hear the same argument over and over again, this should brighten your day, with some actual quotes from the writers of the Amendment and more.
Facts and Logic applied to the Constitution - SHOCKER
Kevin Gutzman has served as technical advisor to two documentary CDs and one feature film project (Editor's Note: Mike Church's Road To Independence, Fame of Our Fathers, and The Spirit of '76) . In addition, he was a featured expert in the documentary film “John Marshall: Citizen, Statesman, Jurist."
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Taken from Dr. Gutzman's bio page -
Gutzman has edited new editions of John Taylor of Caroline’s Tyranny Unmasked and New Views of the Constitution of the United States, and his essay “Lincoln as Jeffersonian: The Colonization Chimera” appeared in editor Brian Dirck’s collection Lincoln Emancipated: The President and the Politics of Race.
Kevin’s writing has appeared in The Journal of American History, The Journal of Southern History, The Journal of the Early Republic , The Review of Politics, The American Conservative, National Review, Modern Age, Human Events, The University Bookman, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, World Net Daily, Military History, The Charleston Post and Courier, The Journal of the Historical Society, LewRockwell.com, TakiMag.com, and many, many other publications. He has also written essays in 21 historical encyclopedias.
Gutzman has appeared on well over 100 radio programs, including syndicated shows such as The Michael Medved Show, the Janet Parshall Show, the Curtis Sliwa Show, and multiple programs on Air America, on Sirius Satellite Radio's Mike Church Show (including as guest host), as well as on C-SPAN 2's "BookTV," CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight," and Fox News's "The Glenn Beck Program." He has also been interviewed by reporters from the AP, the Washington Times, the Philadelphia Enquirer, the Washington Post, and the New York Times.
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