2010-11-09

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

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.

Music heard: The Prettiest Star by David Bowie; Empty Glass by The Tea Party; The Mark Has Been Made by Nine Inch Nails; Uncle Toms Cabin by Warrant.

2010-07-27

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

On this episode of Thinking Liberty the bombastic trio of bile, Darian Worden and Tennyson discuss the release by WikiLeaks of over 91,000 reports covering the war in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2010; our new promotional images by Laur of http://ArmorForActivists.com; Thinking Liberty QR-Codes; being bombastic; the awful Xanadu project that NJ governor Christie wants taxpayers to waste money on; the recent arrest in Keene, NH and noise as a form of pollution; Ayn Rand Objectivism and her heirs;and Tennyson’s co-worker and her beliefs that all people are more or less evil. Additional Bosco calls in from Grafton, NH and discusses the Free Grafton movement.

Music heard: Needles CA by John 5, Last Reward by Wake Up Call, The Future Soon by Jonathan Coulton, Winter’s Wolves by The Sword

2010-06-29

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Gary Chartier joins the Thinking Liberty crew to talk about the Center for a Stateless Society‘s Stateless University program. Also discussed is the Free State Project‘s 2010 Porcupine Freedom Festival, social vs individual anarchism, Tennyson’s tissues and cream, and New Hampshire becoming the bastion of liberty.

Music heard: Leave Me Alone by Two, Moonage Daydream by David Bowie, Ace of Spades by Motorhead, You are the Government by Bad Religion