Moshe Feiglin is a Knesset Member, head of the Manhigut Yehudit faction of the Likud party in Israel. Feiglin ran against Netanyahu in 2012 for the Likud leadership and received 23% of the vote. EPJ listeners will find some thinking by Feiglin that they likely could support, other positions Feiglin holds will be difficult for EPJ readers to support. His solution to the Palestinian situation is certainly unique. That said, consider this broadcast as an attempt to provide some insight into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Wow, this is the longest edition of the Robert Wenzel Show that I have ever posted. It is one hour and 10 minutes long, and yet I feel the biggest weakness of the show is that I didn't ask enough follow up questions. There were many answers that Wead provided that truly shocked me. But rather than do follow ups to those answers, I chose to move on because I had a lot of questions on many topics. And wanted to get Doug on the record on as many topics as possible, rather than get bogged down on one topic. I'm sure for most it will be obvious where his views are not libertarian, and how much he is willing to compromise (He brought Jesus into the discussion twice to justify compromise!). By moving the discussion along, I was able to get Doug to comment on many more topics, from why he believes George W. Bush had Saddam Hussein's sons killed to why it was strategically important for Rand Paul to visit Israel at the present time to how many libertarians he thinks will actually succeed at his multi-level marketing push.
Doug is a very polished communicator, but I believe many of his points are so far from the understandings that many libertarians have about philosophy, ethics, politics and history that this interview will prove very controversial.
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