Darian’s foul mouth; missile launching pigeons; the Anthony Gregory Song; Bradley Manning supporters detained; is “anarchy” a bad term; Guest Anthony Gregory; how George Washington was an ass; how the US Constitution was an problem; Bosco’s gun nut story; A People’s History Of The United States by Howard Zinn; The State of the Union by “Our Commander in Chief”; opposition to war; World War 2 talk; the British empire and it’s brutality a generation prior to WWII; the bombing in Moscow; comparisons to Hitler; Anthony’s 5 worst US presidents; “The FDR cult… I mean… what’s up with that?!”; Thinking Liberty now advertising with Google AdWords; Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller arrested, held in jail; protests in Egypt; new Red Dawn movie; “WOLVERINES!”; a failed “Who am I?”; tech news.
Guests Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller of Liberty on Tour; Darian taking off his belt to do the mic check; Obama spending time in India; Liberty on Tour updates; how can a liberty minded individual be active where they are; moving to New Hampshire / Free State Project; contacting local government and questioning their actions; the future of the Liberty on Tour crew; hanging out with Xaq Fixx and eating Indian food; how Indian food will help anarchy; James Babb calls to talk about WeWontFly.com; raising awareness about the “porno body scanners”; what is the risk of the scanners; Bosco goes into the wilderness and has existential incident; solitary confinement; retina implants offer infrared pickup.
On this episode of Thinking Liberty Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller of Liberty on Tour join bosco, bile, Tennyson and Darian to kick off their new adventure. We talk about Chelsie Clinton’s wedding; the who’s, what’s why’s and how’s of Liberty on Tour; libertarian outreach; FIJA outreach with Julian Heicklen; bosco’s trip to Grafton, New Hampshire; voluntarists voting; WikiLeaks and how awesome Julian Assange is; Pete taking his shirt off; a study showing increases in cancer in Fallujah, Iraq; a man offering free rides to drunk individuals being arrested in a sting for not having appropriate government permission; and the new awesomely powerful graphene pseudo magnet.