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Understanding Corporate Personhood

Today's Fightin Words podcast: Answering Al Franken's silly attacks on the rights of individuals who choose to work as one.

Walter Hudson


June 20, 2014 - 9:00 am

On today’s Fightin Words podcast: Ever since the Supreme Court’s ruling in the now infamous Citizens United case, a crusade has emerged on the political left to strip corporations of personhood. You can’t execute one, they quip. We take apart that strawman.

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Walter Hudson advocates for individual rights, serving on the board of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Minnesota, and as president of the Minority Liberty Alliance. He hosts a daily podcast entitled Fightin Words, proudly hosted on Twin Cities Newstalk Podcast Network. Walter is a city council member in Albertville, MN. Follow his work via Twitter and Facebook.

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Mr. Hudson, you really ought to read the Founders on this. They would be shocked and appalled at the modern notion that corporations inherit the natural rights of their owners.

The notion cuts at the very heart of our liberty under God.

Most conservatives are on the WRONG side on this issue.

The problem is in the tax code, not the nature of the personhood of corporations.

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