Debate the common misconceptions
The show would serve as a training tool for how to wake up those Americans who use the same old tired arguments they've heard from the mainstream media.
The show would specifically address tactics for debating common arguments against many specific issues (e.g. spying on Americans or torture is worth it if we can stop a terror attack, we cannot survive without a central bank, we can't audit the FED because the banks would collapse, the "war" on terror is winnable, drug legalization would ruin our society, a gold standard would cause a deflationary depression, fighting "them" over there makes us more safe over here, etc).
For each fallacious argument, the moderator would ask a particular guest to argue against it.
Specifically, I'd like to hear what objections Dr. Paul is hearing to HR1207, and how these objections can be countered.
How about stuff we were taught in school, which is just plain wrong.
3 branches of government? what about the people?
seperation of church and state: not the law.
A majority rules country? The word democracy isn't in the constitution.
Peace officer or Law enforcement officer?
Lincoln freed the slaves? re-read the Emancipation proc: not so.