A Disabled Libertarian’s Case For Gun Ownership with Caleb Shumate
A special Throwback episode featuring good friend of the show, Caleb Shumate!
With the Kyle Rittenhouse trial coming out on the side of self-defense, our throwback episode digs into why the ability to defend oneself is a human right, particularly for those who don't have the physical ability to do so without the help of a firearm,
Original show notes from July 2019:
Man, I sure missed you all last week while I was on vacation! But thankfully, we're back on track with our regularly scheduled programming, as this week I am joined by Caleb Shumate!
Caleb is a passionate advocate for liberty and storyteller with a deep appreciation of history. Today he joins the show to discuss one of his more recent articles over at The Libertarian Republic- “Colt Made Me Equal”: A Disabled Libertarian’s Case For Gun Ownership.
Listen as Caleb explains the importance of gun ownership, especially for those individuals who may be at a physical disadvantage when compared to those who might seek to cause them harm. We also touch on Caleb's experience as someone with cerebral palsy and how despite his physical limitations, he has found himself rejecting the concepts of government handouts and has embraced libertarianism and constitutional conservatism.
Find Caleb at The Libertarian Republic: https://thelibertarianrepublic.com/author/freedomfighter92/
Find Caleb on Twitter: https://twitter.com/freedomsbeard92
Find Caleb on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FreedomsBeard92
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