Hosted by Paul Smith
Paul Smith’s podcasts are stimulating and informative discussions with various guests of many of today’s critical issues, including facts about climate change, capitalism, socialism, environmental policies, abortion, fetal rights, women’s rights, gender issues, racial equity, rule of law, traditional marriage, freedom of speech and religion, public education, and destructive progressive policies.
Today, loud and powerful voices for left-wing, radical policies and programs dominate the media, and are held by almost half of the nation’s elected leaders. Many of their views are being enacted into laws and policies, and their opposition is not only characterized as being politically incorrect, but is ridiculed and punished and sometimes physically attacked.
There is a great need for the conservatives in America to speak up, to become better informed, and to disseminate the facts and reasons that support our views that are the foundation of freedom and prosperity. We must do this, or else the fanatical and flawed views will take over our country. Paul Smith’s podcast, The Closing Argument, will help conservatives to be more influential in helping America to re-assert its commitment to traditional values.
Conservatives will find this podcast interesting, informative and helpful in fighting the fight to retain the liberties that are the foundation of prosperity and freedom in America.
The CDC has just admitted that it made some mistakes in its handling of the Covid-19 Pandemic. At the same time, Dr. Anthony Fauci has announced that he will be leaving the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in December. It is certainly appropriate that we now evaluate their performances. Dr. Fauci and the CDC have been wrong on several important public health matters during the pandemic—those mistakes have devastated the national economy and have caused at least $2 – 3 Trillion in damages. The long shut-down of small businesses in America ruined many businesses, and it is now clear that the long shutdowns were not necessary. The closing of schools for long times was not warranted. Keeping little children out of school was a mistake. The vaccines do not prevent the spread of Covid-19; neither do they prevent one from getting Covid-19. There are some bad effects from the vaccines, and the natural immunity received by those who contracted Covid-19 is a superior protection than that of the vaccines. –Two-and-a-half years after the CDC began to give directions of how to deal with Covid-19, they have proven themselves most unreliable. And, as for Dr. Fauci—we all know now that he is NOT science, but he is quite arrogant. He certainly should not win a Nobel Prize for either medicine or science. Dr. Fauci knew about and instigated the US’s funding of gain of function research in the Wuhan lab. Dr. Fauci had a conflict of interest with regard to investigation of the origins of Covid-19; he tried to hide his own involvement with the US-backed research that was taking place in the Wuhan lab.
In addition to all of this, Dr. Fauci and his CDC attempted to prevent any discussion or challenging of his public health assertions. Dr. Fauci and the Government tried to squelch and even punish some speech that challenged their views. Americans suffered and America was harmed by this whole experience. It is time for Dr. Fauci and the CDC to be exposed. We cannot afford this type of thing to ever happen again.
C. Paul Smith is a Maryland attorney, author, and former elected official. In the 40+ years since he opened his law practice in 1978, Paul has represented hundreds of clients in a broad range of legal matters, including family law, bankruptcies, real estate, civil litigation, business matters, wills & estates, probate matters, and some criminal and juvenile matters. Paul has written and published books and articles about constitutional, political, and religious issues for many years. Some of his books include the following:
The Climate Change Hoax Argument (2021);
The Capitalism Argument (2019);
The Fetal Right to Life Argument (2020, 1977);
The State of the Constitution—2017 (2017);
The Prophet Joseph Smith—Restoration Issues (2019); and
I Will Send My Messenger (2019, 1988).
At the same time Paul’s law practice was growing, he and his wife Terry raised a large family of twelve children, who are now grown with families of their own. Paul and Terry also devoted a lot of time to service in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. For many years Paul worked with the teenage young men in various congregations, including serving as Scoutmaster in the Boy Scouts of America on five separate occasions. All nine of Paul and Terry’s boys received the Eagle Scout Award, and Paul received the Silver Beaver Award in 2013. In the church, Paul served as bishop of the Frederick Ward for six years, and later served as stake young men’s president. From 2017-2018, Paul and Terry served a mission for their church in Ft. Worth, Texas. In the midst of their busy life, Paul has been involved in local politics and community service. He was elected an Alderman of Frederick City in 2005, and he was later elected a Frederick County Commissioner in 2010. Paul is currently a board member of the Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs, which provides shelter for the homeless in Frederick.