There are Two Americas – Just Not the Two Democrats Think

In this episode, I share a theory on why there are two Americas and how we need to defend each of them differently.  I also pay tribute and remember the legacy of Ronald Reagan and the story of D-DAY. Lastly I explain why everyone on the right should have defended Glenn Beck last week.

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Jonathon Dunne

Jonathon Dunne is an Irishman who had one dream in life – to become an American citizen. After waiting nearly 13 years, he finally secured a job offer and thought his dream was becoming a reality. However, after meeting with lawyers, he was informed he did not meet the educational or work experience requirements to even apply for a visa.

While his dream may be dead, his responsibilities to America and the pursuit of freedom are not. On his podcast, Jonathon shares eternal self-evident principles, promotes why America is an IDEA and defends America as an exceptional nation against those who attack it from ALL sides.

Jonathon is a Christian, a public speaker and a writer. You can engage with him on Twitter @freedomdisciple

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