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.
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.
The gang talks about the arrest of alleged leaker of what became the Collateral Murder video, Bradley Manning. Gave an update on Julian Heicklen who had been released just prior to show start and who’s wife called during the break to inform bile Julian was finally safely back home. Guest Donald Meinshausen joins in to talk about building bridges with other activist groups, finding common ground, provides some stories regarding his years in the libertarian movement and his personal adventures in the underground economy. bile provides an update on his case against the Department of Homeland Security and bosco tries to stump people with questions about a mystery fighter for freedom.
Music heard: Paint It Black by Rolling Stones, The Wicker Man by Iron Maiden, Metal by Gary Numan, Don’t Tread On Me by Sons of Liberty