Jimmie Vaughan Tells The New American That Our Country's Got The Nobody-Reads-The-Constitution-No-More Blues
Why? Well, mostly because Vaughan's not scared to speak his mind, especially when it comes to politics and the Constitution.
Case and point:
TNA: Did you find that what you'd been taught in school was different from what you were now learning?Good stuff! And I say that because I mean it--and not just because I'm immature and think it's at least a little funny that The New American willfully shortens its name to the TNA acronym in Q&As.
Vaughan: I had a teacher in junior high who read the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. I didn't go to high school, remember, I ran off. But in a way, it was good because I didn't have the usual brainwashing from the government training camp they call school. Now when I'm interested in a subject, I research it and come to my own conclusion.
Read Vaughan speaking the rest of his mind here. --Pete Freedman