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David Shestokas

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Pastor Greg Young

52mins

29 Jul 2020

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Essay 61 – October 18, 1867: Signing of the Alaska Treaty, The Alaska Purchase by David Shestokas

Constituting America's Podcast

Essay 61 – October 18, 1867: Signing of the Alaska Treaty, The Alaska Purchase by David Shestokas Constituting America's 90 Day Study - In the Course of Human Events: A 90 Day Study of Important Dates in American History That Shaped the United States and Changed the World

13mins

12 May 2020

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4th of July Special: Creating the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave (Guest: David Shestokas)

Ill Literacy: Books with Benson

The Declaration of Independence set forth the great experiment that is America.  In this episode of the Heartland Daily Podcast, David Shestokas guides us through the history of America’s independence.  Author of Creating the Declaration of Independence, Shestokas discusses the minutia behind what it took to have the document writer, and the dangers behind writing it. Was Thomas Jefferson the preferred choice to write the Declaration of Independence?  Did he want to write it?  Join us to learn all about Creating the Declaration of Independence. Purchase Creating the Declaration of Independence here.

36mins

4 Jul 2019

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Exploring Seizures, Warrants, and Police Tactics (Guest: David Shestokas)

Ill Literacy: Books with Benson

In this episode of The Constitutional Sound Bites Podcast Series, hosts Lindsey Stroud, Chris Talgo, and Dave Shestokas discuss the Fourth Amendment. Searches and seizures, warrants, and police tactics are all explored in this installment.  How much power does the fourth amendment grant the police?  What did the founders envision when writing it?

20mins

29 Aug 2018

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Understanding the Third Amendment (Guest: David Shestokas)

Ill Literacy: Books with Benson

In this episode of The Heartland Institute’s Constitutional Soundbites series, David Shestokas, Chris Talgo, and Lindsey Stroud continue their discussion on The Bill of Rights from Shestokas’ book Constitutional Soundbites. The three discuss the Third Amendment, which protects American citizens from being forced to quarter soldiers. While this amendment has had little traction in way of court cases, there have been periods where it has been violated, and there are issues on how this amendment is applicable to local law enforcement. As an amendment created directly by the acts of the British government, it is important to understand the history of the Third Amendment.

26mins

21 Aug 2018

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Attorney and Scholar David Shestokas Discusses Creating the Declaration of Independence

Lawyers for Jesus

Attorney and Scholar David Shestokas Discusses Creating the Declaration of Independence by Lawyers For Jesus

23mins

5 Jul 2017