On Thursday’s episode of Philosophy in Action Radio, I interviewed former Republican congressional candidate Stephen Bailey about “Politics Based on Principle.” The podcast of that episode is now available for streaming or downloading.
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What does a principled political candidate say and do? Stephen Bailey – the Republican candidate for US House of Representatives for Colorado’s Second District in 2010 – gives us a good example in this discussion of his principles and prospects.
Stephen Bailey was the Republican candidate to represent Colorado’s 2nd congressional district in 2010.
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- Duration: 35:01
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- Tags: Abortion, Alcohol/Drugs, Campaign Finance, Economy, Elections, Environmentalism, Government, Immigration, Personhood, Politics, Religion, Rights, Taxes
- Stephen’s principles
- The practice of politics
- The campaign
- Stephen Bailey’s Campaign Site
- YouTube: Interview with Stephen Bailey, Part One, Interview with Stephen Bailey, Part Two, Interview with Stephen Bailey, Part Three
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