Last week we welcomed new radio affiliates WGOW-AM&FM in Chattanooga, TN along with WJET-AM in Erie, PA. Plus, our existing affiliate KWAM-AM in Memphis, TN added an FM translator. You can get full details on all our nearly 180 radio affiliates at http://affiliates.freetalklive.com .
Last week we were happy to welcome a few former affiliates back into the fold here at Free Talk Live. It's been about a decade since we were on Saturday nights on WNTK-FM and WUVR AM/FM in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire, but we're back, live! Plus, former affiliate KLID-AM in Poplar Bluff, MO is back on Sunday evenings. We're now up to 175 affiliates on AM/FM coast-to-coast!
This week I spent time auditing our AMP database and ended up uncovering some accounts that weren't being charged anymore but for some reason were still counted towards the AMP total. Unfortunately, removing these accounts from their mistaken...
Attorney Dan Hynes, also an A+ rated state representative by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance , appeared in the New Hampshire Supreme Court on Thursday morning and pointed out the absurdity of prohibiting female toplessness, absolutely eviscerating the city of Laconia’s clearly discriminatory ban. In contrast, the state’s attorney actually argued that it was an issue of morality as she simultaneously admitted that a woman could wear pasties over her nipples and then it would be legal, even if the pasties were printed photos of nipples!
Are there really people who believe that the sight of nipples on a woman is immoral, but because it’s legal to cover them with photos of nipples, then it’s now moral?
Further, what exactly is immoral about female nipples being shown in public?
The same year Bitcoin was released by its anonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto, Keene’s privately-run cold weather shelter and drop-in center, Hundred Nights , was also launched. I reported at the time on founder...
The actual Liberty Lobbyist , Darryl W Perry appears in some of last week’s videos as I was finally able to get into the election committee, where he spends the bulk of his time in Concord’s Legislative Office Building. Here are the hearings I recorded from last week:
HB 1431 would prevent police from acquiring any equipment not available on the open market. I spoke in favor. Here’s the full hearing video :