Savannah Ga activist Mac Williams had to pull his gun to defend his family from an attacker and he is the one who gets arrested. He tells his story about exactly what happened and how the system is trying to stream roll him now. If you care about your gun rights, you need to watch this story!
If you would like to show your support for Mac you can add him as a friend on Facebook with this link. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=148400194&ref=ts
Also if you don't want this to happen to you if you ever have to defend yourself you will want to support Mac in his case now!
An excellent essay from anarcho-libertarian Eric S. Raymond about "What Bearing Weapons Teaches About the Good Life." Eric makes a convincing argument that even pacifists and the like show own firearms to help them understand the violence of the state and remind them of their own moral capability as a sovereign capable of the dignity of free man.Read more »
Luke & Charlie reminding people that everything is OK on the NYC subway.Read more »
Introduction with Lola Calander girls Catherine Bleish and Tracy Ward. We interview Free Talk Live's co-host Mark Edge about why he moved to NH with the Free State Project. We also get a hard hitting interview with Fruitloop!Read more »
Miles said he resisted because he thought the men were trying to abduct him and didn't identify themselves as police.
Miles' family and attorney said he was hit with a stun gun and hospitalized after the violent Homewood struggle during which a chunk of his hair was yanked out and a tree branch went through his gums.
"I was accused for something I never had anything to do with," said Miles, an honor student at CAPA. "I was completely innocent. They couldn't find anything."Read more »
Cops arrest 2 guys and hold them in jail for 5 days for "drugs" that turned out to be candy. Oh yeah, it smelled like candy too, but neither a $0 sniff test or a $20 field test to determine the mens guilt or innocence was performed before they were sent off to jail.Read more »
BEIJING – When Li Shiming was stabbed through the heart by a hired assassin, few of his fellow villagers mourned the local Communist Party official many say made their lives hell by seizing land, extorting money and bullying people for years.
Instead, villagers in the northern town of Xiashuixi have made Li's teenage killer something of a local hero. More than 20,000 people from the coal-mining area petitioned a court for a lenient sentence.Read more »
In the tense new world of air travel, we're stripped of shoes, told not to take too much shampoo on board, frowned on if we crack a smile.
The last thing we expect is a joke from a Transportation Security Administration screener - particularly one this stupid.Read more »
Nena Barlett in the November 2009 Ladies of Liberty Alliance (aka LOLA) Calendar girl. We interview her about her photo shoot and the capital lawn and the meaning behind it.Read more »
New social networking groups are starting just for liberty minded Teens and Tweens. Help your kids reach out and make friends to show them they are not all alone. This is the Facebook Link for Tween and Teen Lola group (NO BOYS) and their parents. http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid...
We also encourage older Teens in the movement to make social networking groups like this. Just let me know after you make the group and I will post the link here!Read more »
Leaders of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) expressed regret over a report that predicted Himalayan glaciers would disappear by 2035. The report had stated: "Glaciers in the Himalaya are receding faster than in any other part of the world and, if the present rate continues, the likelihood of them disappearing by the year 2035 and perhaps sooner is very high if the Earth keeps warming at the current rate." The statement was exaggerated, the officials now say.Read more »
NORTH PORT - The used car was a blessing, a gift from her church to help Diane Pearson, a single mother with three children and a long commute to work. And after receiving the 1998 Mercury from her church, Pearson found her drive to Sarasota a bit less stressful.
North Port took Pearson to court this month over fines of more than $27,000 for keeping her old car in the driveway without a license plate. If the city wins its case, Pearson could be facing bankruptcy.Read more »
We Talk to Diana Williams who is leading the charge against this awful bill. We also get more information about the expanded carry bill being proposed in Georgia.Read more »
FCC is currently considering a proposal to limit the amount of spectrum broadcasters can use. This proposal could eliminate free, over-the-air antenna TV. The FCC proposal will leave viewers with only the pay for TV options of satellite or cable. FCC's Bellaria Says Broadcasters Lobbying Against Scenario That's No Longer On TableRead more »
The FBI violated the law in collecting thousands of U.S. telephone records during the Bush administration, according to a report published on Tuesday. Once again, Government proves that it can never be trusted to actually follow its own rules and regulations.Read more »
Free Talk Live Video Validation for Shrine of Lady Listeners.
We interview October 2009 Ladies of Liberty Alliance Calendar Girl Leah Patrick about underground economies, black markets and of course Tattoos!
The latest proposal for government health care would exempt union members and government employees from the tax on "expensive" health plans. More proof that government is about rewarding your friends.Read more »
Quite interesting story talked about on last Saturday's show. It shows the absurdity of the War on Drugs. Video included.Read more »
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