Scott Horton Interviews Will Grigg

Scott Horton, March 23, 2011

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Will Grigg, blogger and author of Liberty in Eclipse, discusses Obama’s decision to get a UN Security Council declaration of war on Libya – and further marginalize Congress’s exclusive war-making authority; how the United Nations Participation Act, signed by President Truman in 1945, directly challenges the authority of the US Constitution; why the UN is less a peacekeeping organization than a means of consolidating power and applying it against enemies of the “international community;” why bilateral talks work better than UN diplomacy; the hierarchy of authority with regard to international treaties and domestic federal and state laws; and how broad-based legislation like the PATRIOT Act and TARP are quickly used in ways that far exceed their mandates.

MP3 here. (20:11)

Will Grigg writes the blog Pro Libertate and is the author of Liberty in Eclipse.

3 Responses to “Will Grigg”

  1. George W. Bush was "the Great Decider' who LIED us into illegal wars.
    Barack Hussein Obama is 'king' who has LIED us into yet another illegal war.
    Only the TRAITORS, cowards, crooks and thieves, idiots and morons in the Congress have allowed the US to continually be LIED into such wars.
    We question – why / how did the Libyan people allow a dictator to remain in power for 41 years?
    Question – why / how do the cowardly American people / sheep allow our 'leaders' to send our sons and duaghters off to such wars that they have LIED US into?
    Why do the American people NOT exact a regime change?

  2. Dang…Will has a big brain.

  3. Find out who is trying to stop this war. Support them. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/20/obama-li

    Why? My observations
    1) They are looking for someone to lead them. 2) They kind of like the debt & denial they are living in ( the Titanic hasn't sunk yet, we just don't have the Audacity to Hope) 3) No one is really making a fuss 4) Its easier to live in ignorance 5) Its so hard to figure things out, lets trust the authorities they dress so well, they must know what they are doing 6) They don't know their Congressperson 7) Its such a hard thing to do

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