4 Episode results for "Kenneth W Royce"

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:01:00 hr | 2 years ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The truth look at Your Life. You're not perfect and he'll start accusing you and and if he'll say you know if you if you talk to other people about doing the right thing we'll say well. Who are you start accusing you all the things that are bad in your life? Here's what the Bible says about that. Romans eight thirty three. Who can accused the people of God? The People God has chosen no one because God is the one who makes them right. That's perfect doesn't mean you don't send when he says who can accuse you know one because God makes them right. But you can't talk about that you did this this new say say Yup. I'm a trophy of grace when somebody starts to accuse you of all the things you've done wrong in your rights. Yep I'm a trophy. The of Greece. Okay I'm not perfect but God is. I'm under no condemnation because I deserve it. No because I'm a a trophy of grace you know. God says I want you to get over this fear of rejection the Bible says in the world world you will have persecution count on it. The Bible says beware when all men speak well of you in other words if people are are always nobody ever says anything against you. It means runs things. You're not standing for anything. Beware when Almond speak. Well of you. The Bible says all WHO Live Live Godly in Christ. Jesus will experience persecution. Why because there are some people in the world who are one hundred percent post to what you believe they are? I don't know if you've noticed this not. I get criticized a lot. Have you noticed this. TV Radio newspaper. Well why is that well. One reason is I deserve some of. Nobody's perfect fake. There's something to criticize about everybody. So some of this stuff I deserve but also I am a face that represents what some people are adamantly opposed to and so. They're going to criticize now. Let's take the last one. God works everything for Good. How does God work everything for good when you're being criticized? Oh there's lots of ways for for one thing it's an opportunity for me and for are you to grow to be more like Christ you see you are most like Christ when you were silent in the face of false ALZ criticism your most like Christ when you are silent and you refuse to retaliate. In the face of criticism. Jesus was a perfect person. None of us are and yet. He was constantly criticized. Constantly misunderstood constantly lied about constantly. They condemned I am not at the crucifixion. Before that at the arrest they were accusing all these things that he had never done. And it says and Jesus speak not a word unto them. He remained silent. What if God is for us? Who can be against? It really doesn't matter what other people think. What matters is what God says about you? That's what's GonNa last in the long run. You're listening to Pastor Rick Daily Ho- rick will be back in a moment to close out our time together. If you enjoy Roy rix free email devotional than we are excited to let you know that for the very first time these devotions are available in a brand new three hundred sixty I five day devotional. Hardcover book called open doors a year of daily devotions. Here's Pastor Rick. Tell us more you know one of the ways I try to help reinforced the lessons that I teach on this broadcast is to offer daily devotional that are based on the same lessons that I teach here. Did you know that over. A million people subscribe strive to the daily hope devotional. 's and if you're not getting them I encourage you to sign up for this tool and resource to if you haven't already got it. You're missing Out there free and they're delivered right to your inbox every morning. I'll just email them to you or you could find them on the web at Pastor Rick Dot Com now many of you you have asked that we provide these devotions in a book format so you know what I asked my team to pull together. Three hundred sixty five of the best daily devotional goals and we printed them in a book and you can use this daily devotional book. It's an entire year's worth of emotions as part of your quiet time and it will allow you to meditate on a single scripture every day and reflect on what it means now. I know you're going to be blessed by this resource and it's also Going GonNa be a something you could use a meaningful gift to share with a family or friend or or a neighbor this daily hope devotional is going to be available exclusively inclusively through daily hope and through the Pastor Rick Dot Com store. You can't get this devotional anywhere else at any bookstore. You've gotta get it directly from us because we want to be in contact with you. The open doors. A Year of daily devotions book makes a great gift for a friend or loved one especially especially with Christmas right around the corner quantities are limited. So don't wait. We'll send you this great resource when you give a gift to support daily hope today. Hey Go to pastor Rick Dot Com to get yours or just text the word daily two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four. That's PASTORING DOT DOT COM with two R's in the middle or the word daily two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four. Be sure to join us again next time as we. We look into God's word for our daily home. This program is sponsored by daily hope ministries and your generous financial support there are ton of social networking networking websites but one stands apart for very special reason this one saves lives. It's matching donors dot com matching donors dot com links organ donors with people in need of kidney kidney another transplants in the U. S. nineteen. People die each day waiting for an organ transplant. Most of them for kidneys. If you've ever considered becoming a living organ donor or if have you have someone. In need of an organ transplant. visit matching donors dot com home with the greatest gift of all the gift of life. MATCHING DONORS DOT COM. Have you ever tried to plan a vacation. And the hotel cost airfare and pet sitter all add up to one big never mind well. It's time to embrace the adventure and carving instead gorving dot COM com is your one-stop shop for all things. RV camping browse the different types of RV's fight a rental agent or dealer near you and compare the cost explore more than sixty thousand. RV parks not campaigns nationwide and even plan your menus for the trip. Find out what you've been missing Ed go are being dot com go are being dot com. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty percent and our this stream is supported by advertisers sizes and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's sixty six sixty six forty. Your future lies in sixty six forty sixty six books by forty authors and yet we now discover gets an integrated message system from outside our time domain. Welcome to sixty six forty forty the ministry outreach of Quinny House in quantity institute. Today's Bible teacher is Dr Chuck Mesler connecting the Bible to your life and the world around you in today's study. Dr Mosley begins his teaching on the book of Acts Chapters. Three and four. Well we're going to export session three of the acts of the apostles. We'll try to cover chapters three and four but we never want to enter the word of God without a word of prayer. So it's our hearts father. We thank you for this opportunity. We thank you for your word. We thank you the Holy Spirit that we invite to join his father and open your word to our lives that we might grow in grace. And Knowledge of Dr Kinsman Redeemer Our Lord Jesus Christ Amen Okay. We are in the third session of our review and last time we were in chapter. Two Pentecost and Peter's first sermon. And this time we're going to be exploring the laymen that was healed. Not just a little event went became a big issue. And then Peter's second sermon. His first sermon. I hope you had a chance to analyze very revealing the changes that are going on in Peter's life the second one is even more surprising. So let's just jump in chapter three verse one now. Peter and John went up together into the temple at the hour of prayer. Being the Ninth Hour. And it's interesting to see Peter and John Paired up in these days these early chapters and it's interesting interesting to note that they are mentioned seven times in the book of acts. I find myself fascinated with how often seven is the number and that just causes me to infer that these. There's more deliberate design going on than we probably are aware and it's interesting seeing that John always seem subordinate to Peter. It's always Peter and John Anyway. Adverse to a certain Lehman certain man lame from his mother's womb was carried whom they laid daily at the gate of the temple which is called beautiful to ask arms of them that entered into the temple and most of US associate the gate that has called beautiful with the eastern gate sometimes called the Golden Gate on that side. Now he obviously was incapable. He was laid daily by friends and he was laid there to ask uh-huh of them that entered into the temple that was his life his entire life he was lane from his womb. Can you imagine that. No we're GONNA find out later that this man was blamed for thirty eight years and we accounted that same thing John. Five thirty eight years is very key number. If you're studying your Bible because that's the number number of years that the generation that wandered in the wilderness. One we say forty years around number but if you study Torah carefully you'll discover specifically. It was actually thirty eight years ears and we find thirty eight years again and again being used as a generation when Jesus twenty-one says this generation shall not pass away he's he's warning them to get out of town and not get caught up in the fall of Jerusalem in seventy ad and he said he made that prophecy thirty eight years prior to the fall of Jerusalem so we find lying that number frequent in the scripture and again is evidence of some kind of Remy's that is a is a hint of something deeper but anyway anyway. This is the contrast. We have here the beautiful gate of the temple and the man who came from his mother's womb. There's a contrast there now. He was there to beg arms arms. He was the way he lived. Of course anyway. Seeing Peter Jon about go into the temple he asked for arms and Peter Fastening his is up on him with John said look on us. Well okay now. This shows that the day after Pentecost Peter Jon still went up to the temple to pray after all that happened yesterday. All the believers there in Jerusalem were Israelites or lights and they tended to go to the temple prey. The man is asking for healing. He's asking for arms and it was not the man's faith that healed him he didn't have any reason. Listen to look to that anyway. He gave him he gave he under them expecting to receive something of them and here is one of those famous verses in the scripture. Then Peter said silver and gold. Have I none but such as I have in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk now. Jesus Christ of Nazareth that appears in the book of Acts Seven Times there it is again that full title. Oh Jesus Christ of Nazareth. And he took him by the right hand and lifted him up and immediately his feet and ankles received strength and leaping up stood and walking and entered with them into the temple walking and leaping and praising praising God his feet and ankle bones receive strength now the the term here in the Greek is a medical term implying implying that they had to be re socketed. It's a very technical term and we shouldn't be surprised by that because Luke who's writing. This was a doctor by profession. Luke uses more our medical terms in his writings. And hippocrates didn't his and that it may that comes is a big surprise and so is obviously his ankles were are not functional. He'd never walked on them but all of that gets restructured so that he can stand and so forth. That's implied in the Greek. Now John Five. The lay man who is healed the Pharisees sought to kill back and we say that John Sixteen and eighteen later on we find this situation gave rise to an inquiry by the San Adrian. The inquire never denies the reality of the miracle. They couldn't manage standing right there. So there are two ideas embodied in this miracle I one that is the natural continuity of the work of Jesus Christ in this case through the Holy Spirit through Peter and and John so on the one hand it is continuous it was a continuity of what was started in the Gospels. The second idea is a commencement and on one hand it was cut continuity commencement. It was the beginning. It was the first miracle of the period that we call the church with the dwelling Holy Spirit from Pentecost Onwards so the Gospel senators continuation from pentecost point of view. It's an initiation in the name of Jesus Christ this declaration in his authority. There's absolutely no evidence in the scripture faith. On the laymen's part he was seeing homes. Not Healing and Peter asserted certify the authority of Jesus Christ and he healed him. That took boldness. Didn't so what does this have to do with you and me. The lameness of humanity is the Church's opportunity. Christianity is not come into the presence of the world's woes to give out Dole's in order to help Barrett's limitations -tations. They came to give men life to put them on their feet and to enable them to do without arms they did not just give them a handout handout. They empowered him the gave them a gift that canceled disability communicated ability and created worship so get divers nine and all the people saw him walking and praising God and they knew that it was he which sat for arms at the beautiful gate of the temple and they were filled with wonder and amazement at that which had happened onto him. Can you imagine this was not a stranger. They knew they tell him there every day and now suddenly he's walking and praising God now there are hyper dispensational today who call this another dispensation. It's not different all but it is a period of transition. Lords had said that they were to begin to Jerusalem. They're not to begin by going out to the ends of the Earth now. The kingdom is being offered to Israel. Again this will be their final opportunity. What will be some of the identifying marks of the Kingdom one is that the lame shall leap in say a thirty five verse six then Chevrolet Man Leap Heart in the tongue of the dumb saying for in the Wilderness show waters break out and streams in the desert? Let's continue verse. Eleven and as the layman which was healed held Peter and John All the people ran together unto them in the parts that is called Solomon's greatly wondering can you imagine they were stunned. Of course which gives rise to a second sermon by Peter that also has some interesting surprises. Because Peter's Peter's sermon was a response to their amazement if they understood history. They should have expected this. So Peter Sermon. Again is very Jewish which is presented in the Temple of course as I step the very terms of his address are distinctly and uniquely Israel in Verse Twelve and when Peter sought he answered onto the people of Israel. Why Merval yet this and why look e- so earnestly you on us as though Oh by our own power or holiness we had made this man to walk so you men of Israel he's talking to Jews obviously and why wonder he see strange? Were present they. They should be amazed but not the Jews. The Jews should expected this note that he points out. This miracle should not be ascribed to them that Peter and John. He makes very sure that they they don't get the credit and they're not ready to go out. And incorporate the you know the Peter Jon Evangelistic Group and Healing Ministry and all that sort of thing thing and it's not hard to go from here into facetious nece in terms of the kinds of the people that make merchandise of healing gifts going out of her thirteen the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob the God of our fathers has glorified his son Jesus whom he delivered up and denied him in the presence of pilot when he was determined to let him go in other words pilot was determined to let them go. Pilot doesn't administrator did everything you could imagine to get out from under this conundrum that he was presented with so it's glorified his son. Jesus the word actually should be translated. His Servant pilot tried alleges go but the crowd being bribed of course wanted Barabbas. The crowd said of Jesus his blood be on us in our children so his blood is on all of us. Not just the Jews News. It is our sins yours and mine that put Jesus on the Cross. Let's not get carried away with it. That's that statement is led to try to justify by a lot of abuse on the Jewish people and that's tragic because it wasn't there since alone with our sins that put him on that cross but continuous fourteen but he denied the holy one in the just and desire to murderer be granted unto you and kill the Prince of life whom God is raised from the dead wherever we are witnesses. Peter is a strange phrase here and Arthur goes. It's chief leader Prince the author or originator of life. Really the one that goes I is part of the thought. That's behind that recuiter Greek term. Some peter will never preach a sermon without the mention of the resurrection. Think about that for minute. Peter never made a sermon without the mention the resurrection and Paul Either. Unfortunately today there many sermons preached without any mention of the resurrection. And it's the most important fact in our lives. Now the Pharisees were legalists by the way littoralis and they to a fault tried to make every detail the law and to make a burden of if you will they they were extremists intensive legal precision. The Sad Jesse's where the opposite they were the modernists. What we might call the Liberals did not believe in the resurrection did not believe in angels did not believe in the supernatural? And that's why they're sad. You see now it's a pretty terrible demonic here but it may be helpful because many people get confused with your wish the Pharisees legalist. The sad you were the liberals that's why they're sad. You see if you will corny but I think it'll help you remember which which there so during the life of Christ conflict seemed to be in large measure with the Pharisees. Because that was the ruling blocked at that time later on the book of acts. You'RE GONNA see the sad. UC's rise to a superior power and they're the ones that are in control as we move forward. But the Pharisees were control during the Gospel period and in the time career between that era now the primary group with Adrian and they were the ones that got unglued with a display of supernatural and certainly the healing was a problem but even more was the presentation of Jesus Christ that he rose from the dead something they just couldn't handle. It went completely contrary to their entire perspective verse for Sixteen and his name through faith in his name half made this man strong whom he see in no way the faith which is by him has given him. I'm this perfect soundness in the presence of you all and now brethren that through ignorance she did it as did also your rulers and when he says you did it through ignorance. What he's actually alluding to is a concept in the Tora called? The cities of refuge deserves a little parenthetical comment here the cities of refuge cities designated that. If you somehow killed somebody in what we would call second degree murder or manslaughter you. I didn't intend to. But the guy was killed his next of kin. The would be the evanger blood coming after you but if you could get to a city of refuge one of these six said he's so designated he couldn't touch you while you're within the city limits if you left that city you're fair game but as long as you remained in the city of refuge. That's why they call Eh. You're safe from the evanger blood and that situation stayed that way until down in Jerusalem high priest died and once he died everybody was free. You could then you could leave the refuge in. You still were untouchable if you will now. It's interesting that all these strange little rules in the Tora all pointed the Jesus. Christ Jesus Christ is our city of refuge and let me put it this way where the people guilty of first degree or second degree murder. From God's that's point of view is first degree murder. He did that by predetermined council. But Jesus said father they know not what they do make some manslaughter. So they're are eligible for the city of refuge their city. He is their city of refuge. How long does that last until the high priest is well? Jesus is our high priest and he died and paid for that and so that means that we're we're free of that met me sound very elliptical as rabbinical reasoning. You suddenly realize in a very real way. The cities of refuge anticipate aspects of the Lord. Jesus Christ because he is our city of refuge and he was our high priest and he did die so it all fits if you WANNA explore that so anyway Peter saying here though. They are accountable responsible yet. Done through ignorance. You remember what Jesus said Father Forgive them for. They know not what they do that makes it a manslaughter situation that makes it eligible for the city of refuge situation. See the significance behind that remark. Is that ignorance makes a difference. We premeditated murder and manslaughter and for manslaughter. Remedy is the city of refuge. In all of this is in number thirty five last half of that chapter. Let's get back to those things which God before had shown by the mouth of his prophets. That Christ should suffer. He has so fulfilled. Repent you there for. It'd be converted that that's your sins may be blotted out when the Times of refreshing show come from the presence of the Lord Repent you there for the word therefore lakes this to everything he said to set up to this point. It's support now what he has to say therefore because of this BA converted and so on and he show send Jesus Christ which before was preached onto you whom the Heaven Must Receive Until The Times of restitution of all things which God has spoken by the mouth south of all his holy prophets since the world began. Now there's a phrase here that wants to catch our attention. Peter Uses Strange Fraser to heaven. The home the heavens. Jesus Christ in Heaven Whom Heaven must receive until this is one of the until 's in the Bible. It's very instructive to make a catalog catalogue of the until because each until is a milestone of sorts until the times of restitution of all things which is spoken by the mouth is wholly private avid since the rub again what is the Times of restitution of all things very interesting thing. This is a phrase that relates to. It's called the the jubilee year. It's very strange part of the Jewish calendar because after seven they had a week of years. Seven years yes. We had seven seven's of years. The following year was designated eight jubilee year during which all debts were forgiven. All alienated aided lands were returned to their original owners and all slaves go free very unusual law when you sold land. You didn't really sell land. You sold the the use of it for a period of time. Something we would tend to call a lease but the point is that was always designed so at the at the jubilee it would expire and return to the the owner now. There are some problems with jubilee. There's all describing twenty five and twenty seven numbers thirty six c the concept of a sabbatical year. That is is a week of years of course is sort of like we call a decade. We think of a decade of ten years well a week of year to them of course was seven years and that's in Leviticus twenty five Mae. People don't realize that the Babylonian captivity where the southern thing was sent into kept giving Babylon was seventy years because for seventy years. They didn't keep the sabbatical years performer. Experts say actually for seventy seven's for four hundred ninety years. Israel failed to keep the limits twenty five so God used Nebuchadnezzar can answer as as mechanism of judgment and took them slaves into captivity for the seventy years to the very day by the way to the very day. You'll find that and second chronicles thirty six. twenty-one it's amazing to realize that seventy s captivity was organized by God to the day for the days that they cheated him. They were supposed to maintain sabbatical years and for a complete analysis. You can look at our briefing package on two weeks. But in ladies twenty-five when is Jubilee Year you would think the jubilee year would go from the first of the year to the first of the year but something very strange. The first problem is the rabbis can't figure out the formulas the time of restitution of all things. All debtors are. Forgiven slaves are released from their bondage liberty to captives all families are reunited and the land reverts to its original owners. That's what happens in the restitution of all things the jubilee year the Rams Horn becomes a synonym for the year and this is a special kind of trumpet and that trump is also a major topic in the scripture. That out there is going to be a trumpet which is going to cause some interesting things to occur there is a major commandment upon Israel by God that relates to the trumpets but it is a different word. The Oh bill. The Jubilee Trumpet is the One we're talking about here and the jubilee. Your starts in the seventh month. The ecclesiastical year starts with Passover over on the fourteenth Passover Mosaic Feast and the sun is the first month of the religious year or the ecclesiastical year and tissue is the first month of the civil year the sabbatical year would be the first of Tishreen. Rosh Hashanah it also happens to be that you're you're you're the trumpets that's coincidental. It's the first of judiciary uh-huh civil year starts at Russia Shona on Sabbatical Year after the seventh sabbatical year. Seven Times seven plus one the Jubilee Air in the Jubilee Year you would think would begin on the first of tissue no it begins on the tenth of tissue. which is Yom Kippur and that raises a provocative doc? Id of question why you need to understand that we have in the ecclesiastical your starts at Nissan and the Civil Year N- Assad is the seventh month of the civil year breath the first month of ecclesiastical year and so you need to understand is to calendars the civil year. That's the genesis. Calendar the ecclesiastical you that's the Exit Skit Exodus Twelve God ordains dishonest the time of Passover and says you make this at the beginning of months so they have to. Calendars really is civil and religious. One the first first of Tissues Rosh Hashanah the beginning of the head of the civil year. But it's also the seventh month of the ecclesiastical year which is the trumpets. Why does the Jubilee Year started report? Ten days after the beginning of the year. No one knows except us. It has a special significance the sabbatical year the jubilee year. Make no sense until oh the Israelites are in the land that is under Joshua for complete study of the book of Joshua you have to see our exponentially we go into this commentary there. The Jubilee Year is somehow tied to Joshua's conquest of the land. Jesus opened his ministry in Luke for going for my recoding from Isaiah Sixty one first vs and when you read that notice that Jesus stopped at a comma. Jeez use some examples that the crowd got upset and then he was teaching them on the doctor of election. In each example he uses his courses agenda. Aw It appears that this was about the twenty ninth or thirtieth jubilee roughly about fifteen hundred years since Joshua conquered Canaan. Now we are about Out to enter. Apparently the seven th jubilee. Is this significant prophetically. I suspect so but can't prove it. Forty is the number of testing. The church has been on the earth. Approximately Rossellini forty. Jubilee Years Seven is the number of fulfillment and jeeze open his ministry at about the thirtieth jubilee that makes us about the seventieth jubilee year and so we can't be sure what year the jubilee the rabbis have lost count as to which jubilee were and you'll see many people charge of this but none of them agree and s to win the jubilee here is and it gets kind of technical because most of them start to look at fiftieth years. I think it's on a grid of Seven. So you're looking at the forty ninth and the following year jubilee counts as part part of the next cycle. So as you start playing you realize there's several interpretive problems here that no one agrees to so. In any case without setting dates we do have the sense that we may be approaching a critical year prophetically. And when we do see it I think it will all be very clear but I wouldn't try to set dates in advance. You might take a look at Romans chapter eight verse. One thousand nine hundred and two. There's more to redemption. Then just you and me we talk about our redeemer redeeming. There's more than that Redemption Dempsey's what the Bible is all about. The whole creation was subject to the curse and the bondage of corruption. So it's not surprising that God would link aid prophetic horizon into the land. Romans eight twenty one says because the creation itself also shall be delivered from the bondage of corruption and some people think that AH refers to the entropy laws that were introduced in Genesis. Chapter three is part of the curse Christian self. She'll be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty the children of God where we know that the whole creation growth and travail of pain. Until now you're talking about the creation itself not just your knee manage of corruption and we suspect some of us are interested in physics. Suspect that may be a result of the curse in genesis three that's when the tend to missions get partitioned into four that we can experience variance and six that we can only indirectly infer. Is the curse going to be lifted in the kingdom apparently at least in part verse. Twenty two for Moses truly set into the father's a prophet show of the Lord your God raise up onto you of your brethren like unto me. Assist him shell year here and all things whatsoever he showed say unto you now Peter's describing here describing Deuteronomy to Moses by the way here's another underscore of the Torah of Moses and it she'll come to pass it every every so which will not hear that profit shall be destroyed from among the people. Wow and that's exactly what eighteen nineteen nineteen deals with. Yeah and all the prophets from Samuel and those that follow after as many as have spoken have likewise told of these days. Samuel was considered the great the first Great Prophet after Moses knee are the children of the prophets and of the Covenant which God made with our father saying to Abraham and in the show all the kindreds of the Earth be blessed notice all the not just the Jews in Nice each of all the earth be blessed. The main thrust of Peter Sermon is that it is the natural outcome of her history to the extent that they understood the Old Testament. They should not be surprised until you. I got having raised up his son. Jesus set him to bless you in turning away every one of you from his iniquities and he showed send John Jesus Christ which was before preach to you whom the Heaven must receive until The Times of the restitution of all things which got a spoken by the mouth of his holy the province since the world began this. Is Peter delivering the sermon which has overtones that require very very serious. Study far beyond the scope of this review but times have restitution of all things. You have been listening to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of Clinton House and Cornea Institute. Today's Bible teacher with Dr Chuck Mesler Teaching Through the Book of acts for a complete listing of resources available. Please visit Cambridgehouse Dot Org. You can also call us on one eight hundred K.. House one don't forget to visit our youtube channel for a growing archive archive forever. Free content. Thank you for listening to sixty six forty and for your continued prayerful support of this ministry until next time as we continue. Can you this series. May God bless you with the knowledge of his son. Jesus Christ as you study his word. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty four seven news. This is betty white right. I know you don't need one more thing to worry about. But listen high. Blood pressure can cause kidney damage blindness. Heart attack stroke and you can have high blood pressure. Sure even if you feel alright one seven adults has it but it's easy to get your blood pressure checked and you can treat it if it is too high. So don't worry about it. Don't ignore it. Just see your doctor and check it out for your free booklet. visit the will rogers institute at W. R. Institute Dot Org and find us on facebook and twitter. Rambo has been stopping champions on the track as well as drivers. Like you and me on the street for over fifty years whether it's you've coded brake discs low dust premium ceramic brake pads or high temperature at your brake fluid brembos store. USA DOT COM is the place to go to buy genuine limbo only equivalent replacement brake components. Go to brembos store. USA Dot Com to help you achieve that sixty two zero breaking formats you deserve and expect from Brim Bio Rainbow the choice champions and consumers for over fifty years it's embarrassing to make moral blunder. Her a thoughtless mistake. Jake especially when it's widely known among our friends and a blight on our personal record and it's really painful right but it's even worse when a friend or family member it keeps bringing it up wagging their finger at you as a humiliating gesture of shame. Well today on insight for living. Chuck's Wendell continues our study of the Prodigal Prodigal son in Luke fifteen by describing God's delivery for those who feel defeated and God's mandate to extend grace to those who heard Chuck title today's Message Stop Shaming and start honoring. He's at the bottom. He's at the very bottom of life life. We read in verse seventeen that he finally came to his senses. What does that tell you? It means that before this is he was out of his senses. He is sort of lost his way before he left the house he was determined to do what what he wanted to do. And to go ver he wanted to go but he finally came to his senses. He begins to talk to himself self and for once he talks sense into his own head. One day he said to himself at home. Even the heart servants have food enough to despair. And here I am dying of hunger. The guys who lived out back in the shed had better than I'll ever have it. I go home to my father and I'll say father I've sinned against heaven and you and that's guilt. I'm no longer worthy of being called your son. That's shame you fall into it. When the when the bottom dropped out of your life you're rushed back to your shame? Shame cloud or your shame. Whole he is worthy of being called his dead son? He'll be is dead son all his life life but he says it to himself. I'm not worthy to be called your son. Please take me on his hired servants headed. That'd be great so he returned home to his father. He ran to his son and embraced him and kissed the way. Luke writes this. He uses tenses. That are repeated. He repeatedly embraced him repeatedly kissed him. He smothers the boy with kisses and with hugs us. He doesn't begin to question him. You do that would you shame people. He hugs him and kisses him. And he's so thrilled to have uh home. Just the feel of this boy in his arms as the answer to prayer and his son begins his talk father. I've syndicates both heaven and you and I'm no longer worthy of being called your site that point. It's the speech Stott. The DAD would put up with no more of it notice. He doesn't even listen to any longer to. The speech is voiced been practicing the speech all the way home. He's been waiting to tell him all these things thinking taking that somehow he could earn the pity or earned the forgiveness and favor of his father. We're not GONNA have shame in this whole you are worthy of being called my son I love you. I have compassion for you. Yes you've done. What is wrong? But there's a place here for you. You're my only. Oh Hey you're part of the family. So his father turns to the servant. Quick get the finest Rove in the House that gave him dignity. I'm sure it's clothing was was filthy and ragged. Put the robe on him and get him get him a ring for his finger. We we got to celebrate with a feast is son of mine was dead is now returned to live. He was lost and not always found so the party began. Finally there's a little music in his house else. What's dad doing? He's honoring his son for coming home. He could've died out there. We wish the story story ended with a safe return but verse twenty. He continues with the older brother so the older brother is angry. Three jumped ahead verse twenty five. The older brother was in the field working. When returned home? He heard music and dancing in the house. He asked one servants. What's going on what they're doing singing and dancing in there? What's happening in their not realize laughs about work we got work to do? You got responsibilities. I come that's going on so the servants says your brother is back and he told his father had killed fat and Cap. We're celebrating because of his safe. Return the older brother is angry. How dare they do what we lost our minds around here? We kind of convictions. Do we have. Can't you hear it happens. You heard it a thousand times you will hear it if you live long enough. He's Ain't cream you wouldn't go in. I'm not going in there loose sitting at the end of that table. What's that he's got a ring on his finger? There's a new sandals so the older brother is angry and wouldn't go in reminds me of Christians agents who respond to those who repent and come back into the fold and the and the ice them out the keep him at a distance they hold him mm away put him on probation. The party's going on so the daddy leads the party and he comes out. Look at this. Is this a great dad. Had He bigs he loves this boy he comes out and he begs him and he listens to the voice says to him all these years his slave for you and never once refused to do a single thing you told me to do and I've kept a record of every a single thing I've done right here. Page after page after page and you never even gave me a goat for a feast with my friend. Not even one time where where his eyes. They're certainly not on his brother. Got This coming and you've never seen it shaming dead I mean. How bad is that dad? And he says yet when this son of yours I look at that. Goodnight can't even call him his brother. Not when my brother but this son of yours can look in that window window comes back. After squandering your money on prostitutes hold it. How does he know I? I think he's got a nasty imagination. I think that's what he would have done if he would have run. We never read where his brother brother was with prostitutes. What what else could while living meet lots meet a lot? You don't have to have a prostitute to live wildlife wildlife. You get the picture. See the world that this older brother lives in. It's a world of drugs drugs. He's got it all figured out in his mind. Thought about it the day the boy left always going to do with the money and now you celebrate but killing the fat in the fattened calf. Look at the father's response snotty shaming here after being insulted. Oh dears son. You've always state by me and everything I have is yours. By the way you got two thirds of the money I didn't say that could have been shaming to say that we have is your. This is our this is our families. This is the roof over your head. All of our this is our home but we had to celebrate this happy day. Your brother dead. And he's come back to life. He was lost in. He's okay. I want to apply this. I'm GonNa give you four things I want you to think on as we apply this. We've heard the first to have to do when we are being shamed when you and I at some time yet future are shamed must my someone else. We must stop giving shame any respect. We need to stop it legalism. You just grows if you don't deal with it is like dealing with a bully. You're not nice nice to bully. You're tough with a bully. You stand up to a bully. You teach your children not to be bullied if they can't handle it. You tell the teacher about the bully you pull rank on the bully you show no respect to the bully you refuse to hear the shame to tolerate it to give into would. It is unhealthy the plan of shameless to hurt you and to wound you and to make you afraid and to put you under the foam of the one shaming you. Don't go there. Don't give it any respect. The second is we must start sharing sharing with others who understand we must start sharing the hurt of the shame with someone else. Who understands if you're married to understanding spouse God bless you you are rich beyond description? There she is there he is. Pour out your heart and let all all of the all of the hurt of the chain a poor fourth. You see the tendency when we're shamed is to run and hide is to keep it a secret. That's why every family has secrets. They often revolve around Shane. So we don't keep secret we share it. It was someone who understands otherwise we'll let it linger and we'll begin to believe it and it landed on us like shrapnel in the brain and it sticks. It's like a friend of mine who won Thanksgiving was sitting with the full family large family. He's married to the daughter of the host of home and and he and his wife have several children. They're all there for the Thanksgiving meal. father-in-law never has really had a relationship with Ima just out of the blue. He looks that my friend right there at that Thanksgiving meal calls him by name. He says you know what I never really had much use for you anyway. That's shaming statement and and. I wrestled with whether I should share this but I think I will Number of years ago I was moving too fast and involved in too many things and had a lot of iron in the fire and publishing world was going nuts and my radio thing was often running. We were giving going international and in all of that stuff. And I was kind of at wit's end and I realized I've got a stop. I've got to start saying no to some things I just need to Anita. quit saying so many yeses. I'm strung out and I'm a little irritable more often than not and I'm not spending the time with the children. It always haunt you when you're a parent into so I I need to pull back. Wouldn't you know it friend of mine. I wrote a letter and he said I'd like you to come preach for me. We were not been classmates but we had been close somewhat close at seminarian and he said I. I'm GONNA do such and such at the church. I don't want to tell you to deals because all you're going to go it was just California. Was this Oregon was this. Minnesota just happened in Texas you. I know that person. So it's none of your business with that person that's not important. Some person says to me in the letter we've been closed for a long longtime leading statement and never asked much but he said I love. You come preach for me. We're going to dedicate our building be great if you could and I. It just made that commitment to myself and so I I very carefully worded the letter so that it would be tactful in. I knew it'd be disappointing but I said I just really I really really can't I've just got so much going on. So he calls me. Hey wait to find out what I'm willing to pay so you you know what that doesn't make it wait. You don't even know so we named astronomical figure and I said no no. I what that isn't enough. Do I need to work through your agent. I said to him. Honestly that's insulting. I've never had an agent. You don't reach me through an agent and you don't by my services I I am not available because I'm exhausted recall. That was our last conversation. I don't know that it worked but but I refuse to respect the shame. You may have to do it just the same way. It'll be different details but if you don't who will. Hopefully he'll never ever again do that. But I don't know maybe the one you talked to. By the way I did share all of that. Was Cynthia thea magnificent ability to understand anti weep with me. Maybe have a good friend that you can do that with breath or maybe your counselor. You may see a counselor. That's a great use for for one who is helping you. They'll honor you they'll tell oh you repeatedly it's not your fault. It's not your fault it's not your fault like in good will hunting remember. It's not your fault. It's not your my favorite part of the film and it's not your fault. It's not your fault it's not your fault. We need people to tell us that from time to time. Cynthia told me that day. Okay okay now when we are tempted to shame someone else like the older brother tried. Let me give you two things here and there were through. Let's refuse to be another person's. Let's refuse to be another person's judge what are because judges need facts and you never get enough facts to judge someone else. The older brother didn't have the facts. He went on his imagination. See we're not qualified to be judges. That's why we're not. We don't sit at the bitch. There is no bench in the Christian family. We don't know enough and we have our own failures of the AD. The the only one qualified to judge is the savior. Jesus Christ and he'll do a good job of it when we stand before the judge would see it'll be a pleasure to stand before him knowing that he will be righteous and unprejudiced in his judgment. So let's let's refuse to be another judge second I would put under this. Let's cultivate genuine. Compassion I'm going to be blunt here. A few of you have a long ways ago. Oh with compassion. Don't have any one person in mind. I just know the Christian family will enough. That were shy on compassion. You see compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded get this. It's a relationship between equals. The father met his son as an equal when he saw him. Come up over the hill. He didn't meet him as judge he. He was one with him. Only when we acknowledge our own darkness can we understand the darkness of others because we all share in the same gene filthy depravity. All of us empathy is very important sympathy as well soon. Pop the old to have to feel the pain with another soon as with Pathet who is to hurt to have pain and pathy is to get into the pain with I. Love what Bernie. Browns said empathy is the ladder out of the shame hole. Which I love that you give them a ladder? And they're able to get out of the whole once our greatest president who ever lived Eh. Abraham Lincoln was asked how he was going to treat the rebellious confederates when they had finally been defeated needed and had returned to the Union of the United States. The questioner expected that President Lincoln would take vengeance but was surprised to hear him answer. I will treat them as if they had never been away whereas Christian like that will it be one of you. We have enough shamed last twenty lifetimes people need to know they're loved and forgiven will lead the judgment to God. God please your hits. Some of you have homework to take care of. And that's between you and the Lord so grateful that I don't have to answer for you just as you're grateful you don't have to answer for me. We all have enough to keep abyss busy. Maybe your homework will include realizing that. You've never even come to Christ even running around with Christians and you've learned the songs things and you've been going to church and you've been listening to the to the music you been participating. You may be giving your money that you don't no no Jesus we would love to help you begin a relationship with him and for your seat. We've established our ministry were seasoned and qualified and confidential. People are willing to talk with you at length to keep your secrets and to help you work accuweather through them. If you need to come to Christ you don't want to wait another day if you've been living under the cloud of shame you so you need to be free of that. Toxic relationship need to find a way out of it. You need help. Of course you need you to pray you need to tell a friend you may need a counselor. You may need something but if you continue in it you will become unhealthy. Maybe you already. We are as when road rage takes over or sleepless nights are ulcers or whatever I think you have lived your life on probation long enough I urge you to come back to stand tall and to accept the forgiveness in the grace that God offers you as child. You have repented you. You have acknowledged the wrong now. You need to stand strong fully forgiven with a purposeful future and I closed with words to you who have made a habit of shaming that you work overtime to break that habit. I know you may have done it for the right reason. You may have thought you were doing it to help a person but you didn't understand that shaming and is debilitating it pushes people away from you. It may be the reason you're adult children are not close to you or maybe your parents are distant from you or maybe the person who was once your friend but you shame them. There is forgiveness today. There is grace there is a reason to go on. It begins with your acknowledging this habit habit and turning to cultivate the habit of honoring and respecting others. Help help us with this. Our Father is a fulltime job to live a healthy life. I pray that you would get us beyond the unhealthy and unwholesome awesome part of our past. May we be able to recover dignity and a purpose for going on. May We be willing to acknowledge the habits that we have formed that are hurtful and maybe break those habits that we might it be for others. Appoint of compassion understanding and encouragement. Thank you for Christ's to loved us. In gave himself L. Force we pray that we will be lost in wonder and love and praise Him who gives us a reason to go on and fully. Forgive it in the name of the senior we pray everyone said Amen You're listening to insight for living thing and today. Chuck Swindle has painted a vivid picture for US making the contrast between man's shame and God's amazing grace. This message comes from the topical series called things to stop and start and to learn more about the Ministry of insight for living visit US online at insight world dot. Org Chuck if we had to pick one word that identifies our passion at insight for living. It would certainly be the one you address today. Grace is not only the beautiful bouquet. We receive from God but it's also sweet fragrance. We extend to others. Unfortunately a legalist and dampen that fragrance and frankly ruin our day if few things are more awkward than getting cornered by someone who's projecting shame. Well you're all right dave. Anyone who's been verbally dressed down by a legalist knows the ugly feeling of shame that follows ever been there. I sure have let me paint a picture for you. You've made a foolish mistake. You're at your lowest moment. You need someone to guide you to safety. But instead the legalist kicks into judge jury mode drag your most embarrassing flaws into public view and then celebrate your failures like a rabid dog with a juicy bone satisfying his craving for herself validation swatting his way to the next victim. And the next and the next look. I'm not going to preach a sermon. Here you're only to say that Jesus reserved his greatest expressions of anger. For the Self Righteous Pharisees who preyed upon weakness but with the same intensity and even more. Jesus opened his arms to the broken hearted the marginalize the lonely and embraced them with grace. My friend more than ever inside reliving ministries is determined to serve as a lavish garden for people all around the world who longed to smell the aroma of God's matchless grace a safe place where imperfect sinful people or forgiven taught the truth and redeemed in this emotionally elite charged era were shouting matches or commonplace. People feel voiceless and overlooked and even condemned. And would you be among those who give generously so that we can spread the fragrance of God's grace to those disparate for a second second chance today are needed insight for living ministries are urgent as we wrap up another year. Your special year you're in donation will make all the difference. Please don't delay in your response together. Let's introduce people to the God who says as Perrodin. Second Corinthians twelve nine Mar Grace's not power works best in weakness weakness responding to chuck swindle. You can become the fragrance of grace. Someone desperately needs and we've made it simple for you to give a urine donation by going to incite dot org slash donate as another option. You can send a text if you're listening in the United States just text the word insight to this easy to remember number five five five eight eight eight or you can also call us right now and speak to one of our friendly ministry representatives. The number is one eight hundred seven seven to eight hundred eighty eight one eight hundred seven seven to eight eight eight or give a donation online line by going to incite dot org slash donate. I'm Dave Speicher Tuesday. Chuck's went off presents. A message called. Stop Blaming and start forgiving right here on insight for living the preceding message stop shaming and start honoring was copyrighted in two thousand fourteen and the sound recording was copyrighted. In two thousand. Seventeen by Charles are soon doll inc.. All rights are reserved worldwide duplication of copyrighted material. Oh for commercial. Use is strictly prohibited. Steve Harvey here for the Illinois. Broadcasters Association and in a recent Survey Illinois Emergency Management Agency was asked to to name the top five items that every Illinois family needs to have in their homes. Emergency disaster kick check out these answers. Water Water Kalia without number two non perishable food. Well after all a man got eat right number three weather radio radio and make sure you got fresh batteries to number four flashlight. Even more reason to have fresh batteries on hand number five first aid kit. Look there's no reason to feud over what items to put in your family's emergency disaster kit. Get the answers and more at ready Dot Illinois Dot Gov Ready Dot Illinois Dot Gov sponsored by the. I don't know Emergency Management Agency air in cooperation with the I duNno broadcasters association on the station early to bed early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise and all was Benjamin Franklin wise so you actually think electricity can pass through Metal Franklin. Go flat excellent idea. We're my keys. Besides the bifocals Ben invented the Franklin. I don't know any on from the foundation for a better life dot com. Tom Hey let me ask you something. Would you see your three year old child on a window sill you seat them beside a lit fireplace or by the deep end of a pool. One last question. Would you see your child in a car seat. That's not correct for them car. Crashes are a leading killer of children ages one to thirteen secure their future richer seat them in the correct car seat for more information visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat a message from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council Hi. I'm bobby with today's car clinic. Mint Europe beautiful tropical fish darting around aquarium coral. Then you're sluggish rush no energy. This fish story is no bait and switch. It's really about cars. When I come back I'll tell you about when your battery goes dead? Everything could come to a stop. Don't take a chance on getting stranded. Stop by O.. Reilly auto parts and get your battery tested free of charge. If your battery does need eight to be replaced O'Reilly auto parts can help you find the exact superstar battery that fits your car or truck at guaranteed low price o'reilly auto parts better parts better prices every day parts. Nope Hampton your car's performance formats. No need to fish for explanation. It may be your fuel-filter like aquarium filters fuel filters trap debris their job is to snag gasoline lean contaminants before they reach your engine but if filters clog flows or restricted and then like fish. Who can't get enough oxygenated water? Your engine engine can't get enough precious gas result poor performance and decreased gas mileage. So don't let the big ones dollars that is getaway change fuel filters with every tuneup. I'm bobby like us like us. You'll love us. Hey let me ask you something. Would you see your three year old child on a window sill. Would you seat them beside a lit fireplace or by the deep end of a pool. One last question would. Would you see your child in a car seat. That's not correct for them. Car crashes are a leading killer of children ages one to thirteen secure their future seat them correct car seat. For more information visit SAFERCAR DOT GOV slash therightseat a message from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council. I'm bobby like us with today's car clinic. Mint Europe beautiful tropical fish darting around aquarium coral then you're sluggish. No Oh energy. This fish story is no bait and switch. It's really about cars when I come back I'll about and when your battery goes dead everything could come to a stop. Don't take a chance on getting stranded. Stop by O.. Reilly auto parts and get your battery tested free of charge. If your battery does need to be replaced O'Reilly reilly auto parts can help you find the exact superstar battery that fits your car or truck at guaranteed low price o'reilly auto parts better parts better prices. Every day the auto parts nope Hampton. Your car's performance. No need to fish for an explanation. It may be your fuel-filter like aquarium filters fuel-filter trapped debris their job is to stag gasoline contaminants before they reach your engine but if filters clog flows or restricted and then like fish who can't get enough oxygenated water. Your engine can't get enough precious gas result poor performance and decreased gas mileage. So don't let the big ones dollars that is getaway change fuel-filter filters with every tuneup. I'm bobby like us like us. You'll love us. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed. Radio Heartland newsfeed dot com in the small town of Elmira New York. A boy was born into an all American and family the odds of him achieving his dream in the fashion industry one in twenty three million the odds of having a child diagnosed with autism. One in sixty eight I am. Tommy Hilfiger and my family is affected by autism. Learn more at autismspeaks dot dot org slash signs brought to you by autism speaks and the AD council with today's carbon admitted what you don't see Z.. Can't hurt you right neighborly. Ghost and friendly spirits aside. Think again what you can't see can kill you when I come back. I'll tell you all about it if it's time to replace your vehicle's battery stopped by O'Reilly auto parts and take advantage of our our exclusive do it right rebate for a limited time. Purchase a superstar premium extreme our platinum battery. and Get up to a fifty dollar O'Reilly gift card by Mail O'Reilly auto. Oh parts better parts better prices. Every day limits apply SEE STORE FOR DETAILS OFF AUTO BART's conventional wisdom says ignorance is bliss mutt colorless odorless and tasteless carbon gases together with with visible byproducts of pollution harm health and environment enter walbro corporations. SMART tank the industry's first electronically managed reached fuel storage and delivery system. What this means to consumers and to citizens of planet Earth Is Harmful Viper Collection and carbon vapor storage within the tank itself while providing fuel pressure as demanded by your onboard? Computer saving gas. That's one green machine. They in the small town of Elmira New York a boy was born into an all American family the odds of him achieving his dream in the fashion industry they won in twenty three million. The odds of having a child diagnosed with autism. One in sixty eight I am. Tommy Hilfiger in my family is affected by autism. Learn more at autismspeaks dot org slash signs brought to you by autism speaks and the AD council. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty four seven news feed. This stream team is supported by advertisers and contributions by sue US on facebook twitter and Instagram's the public news service daily newscast for Friday December thirteenth. Two Thousand Nineteen. I'm eric taken off. BREXIT supporters appear to have gained a major victory in UK elections Thursday Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party y large majorities according to exit polling paving the way for Britain's exit from the European Union next year supporters of remaining in the E. You had dreamed a second referendum on the decision which took place in June two thousand sixteen since then UK lawmakers have consistently failed to come to an agreement on how to withdrawal from the EU. The victory is also seen as a major turn of events for Languishing Johnson who was often compared to president. Donald trump starting today immigration courts in New England can no longer detain undocumented immigrants in bond hearings without the government providing proof that they need to be detained. Laura Ross Brow Telam has more value in Massachusetts and New Hampshire filed a lawsuit in June on behalf of three people jailed after their detention hearings but at Boston federal judge has ruled. It's unconstitutional to make an immigrant. Proved that they aren't a danger to the community. The burden of proof is on the government accusing them that Seagal legal director of the ACLU of Massachusetts Asu sits explains the importance of this ruling hundreds and overtime potentially thousands of people will have a better chance to be free to be united with their families and communities. Wow they bad their immigration cases. This is the first class action ruling of its kind about civil immigration bond hearings in the United States. The Federal Decision also requires that New England immigration judges consider an individual's ability to pay if a bond amount set higher than fifteen hundred dollars. The trump administration took the final step to allow oil and gas drilling on more than one million acres of federal public land in California's Central Coast and San Joaquin Valley on Thursday despite a flood of public comment and opposition. The Bureau of land management will now allow for new lease sales in twenty twenty on land that stretches across Fresno Kern Kings Madera San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara to Larry and Ventura Counties Rebecca August with the nonprofit off. Its Los Padres forest. Watch 'cause fracking. A very toxic process tracking certainly causes impacts to local water supplies few air quality. There's a lot of associated truck traffic. They're toxic chemicals that are known to cause cancer that can be forced through mortar supplies. August August also complaints that fracking wastewater creates a disposal issue and notes. That drill sites emit methane a potent greenhouse gas linked to climate change the BLM's Lm's environmental impact study declared that fracking will pose no significant impacts to wildlife water public health or the environment. I'm Suzanne Potter this. This is P. N. S. with a new decade just around the corner farmers across the Midwest Hope Mother Nature and economic conditions nations will bring relief by the spring of Twenty twenty. The American Farm Bureau says South Dakota reported thirteen farm bankruptcies in twelve month period ending in September compared with two who in the previous twelve month period. Angel Casper with a nonprofit aggie United for South Dakota notes that ninety eight percent of the state's farms are family owned. She says when weather extremes kept many from planning crops this year some gave up rather than wait for another season. South Dakota the year especially with the weather has three point eight. Six Lillian unplanted acres of land with his more than any other state. And some. I didn't get crops in at all. In addition to whether problems Casper says the rise Kim bankruptcies can be traced to low commodity prices and the trade wars including the tariffs on China. Neighboring states also reported increases in farm bankruptcy Nebraska had thirty thirty seven Minnesota thirty-one Iowa reported twenty four. The Farm Bureau says overall there were twenty four percent more arm bankruptcies this year than last that was Ross Brown reporting when prison technology company Global Tech Link or GT L. announced in October that it was providing hundreds of free electronic tablets for West Virginia prisons. It sounded like a compassionate gesture but the program comes with a hitch. People who use it have to pay three cents per minute to read e books on the tablets bullets. That's even though the Reading Material Comes from Project Gutenberg a free online source according to Lydia Welker with the Appalachian Prison Book Project or or AP BP hermit usage fees are exploitative way for G Chiapas. Say they're providing free books while charging incarcerated people by the minute to Rita book in a statement. GTL CONTENDS IT's tablet e books offer a supplemental facility libraries and that it's committed to providing secure technology the solutions for the corrections industry to improve outcomes for people behind bars. I'm Diane Bernard during the busy holiday season folks across the country. We will pause to remember fallen veterans as part of a national event Mary Shurmur reports from Missouri unreas- across America. Day this Saturday volunteers in all fifty fifty states will place reese on veterans headstones and more than sixteen hundred locations. Eleven ceremonies are planned. Missouri including Higgins Ville Veterans Cemetery. Sorry David Meyer with the American Legion. Writers to fifty eight is organizing the event which she says brings joy to veterans families who sometimes feel their loved. One sacrifices have. I've been forgotten for the family members. They are just so happy must predominantly widows and the children of the veterans. They'd really enthused that. Somebody is thinking about their loved. Walk a lot of hope that their loved one is always going to be remembered. I'm Eric Take it off for public. New Service we are member and listener supported and online align at Public News Service Dot O. R. G.. Let us make them remember the view your independence to me Ernest. Hancock Wien says Oh night from the studios of pre the cool near mind. Whatever I tried all right what we're going to do in the second and third hour Mister public is going to go to come in as in as in John Q.. Public John Q.. PUBLIC IS GONNA come in you know once a year he does this It takes some time off work and so on and regular listener and so on any. He knows what's up and he'd rather his identity identity and I know why you know at the good reason he you know you're gonNA be talking about some get and you don't know me allow and maybe you know or know of them. But he's going to be Sacred Sacred Sacred John Q.. Public right well John Q.. Is GonNa come in and and It's deep state stuff. And he knows so it's one I mean. Yeah everybody all talk shows you know has their little secret you know that was is one thing I had a guy call me leave a message from Bisbee wanted to get hold of Dave. Hodges and he's like you know I see you know you know. Can you have a little back in to tell him something about you. Know some and I have no idea what you put them two guys thanks he takes care of it and you know whatever so we everybody's got their sources of stuff and John Q.. Is really you know. Come through in a lot of things. So we're GonNa talk allowance stuff in the second and third hour. The first I our we have all the summer are good old friend Alma. Now I remember all my time I remember spending time with Her was at our workshop. Phoenix workshop that we had downtown now she was love Lucien activist vis and just and and you know got relationship has a couple of kids We started the Jack Lope Freedom Festival. That's really hurt. Hurt thing man. She just pushed nat and be going. Be Free out in the woods and stuff and Almaz gone through lived on a sailboat for years. RV RV just one that. She called her slave job. She did site selection for Cell Towers and so on for Verizon and did the cat on that and and that's the job they wanNA slave job so she's been working hard to keep kids off the grid and You know undocumented human tour the NEO and and other baby and what's the baby's name. I forgot I'm sorry. What's your daughter's name Tate? Kate so this is. It's been interesting life. You know that we've documented with audience here and a lot of friends of of course if you're freaking you know what facebook is I'm sure explodes all over their big facebook person still lot big okay now as as big as you were now. I'm getting a lot of facebook's now Dan you know you look what somebody said or did or yeah. Yeah no I know. Well I like instagram's platform better for means and pictures and things like that and that's mostly what people are sharing anyway. I don't how often do you read your thoughts when they post a status update. Not that often. Well I'm just instagram in that facebook without like all the feeds me out. I mean it's owned by Zuckerberg and it's owned by facebook right. Yeah but it's just minus. There's a lot of ads still but miners. All the junk in that feeds. facebook just has so much junk in the feeds. I don't see how any of my close friends stuff even picking my close friends to see and my feet. So Oh yeah but I do get more views on my stories on facebook than I do on Instagram and I have a thousand over thousand isn't followers on instagram. And I think over like three thousand friends. I haven't checked in a while on facebook. Obviously don't know all those people people lot of emerges activists all over the all over Earth as well so it's nice to be able to connect with new people still. I just don't think that facebook is the best platform. I'm for doing that anymore. Honestly it's probably tinder or something like that. Even if you're single what I you know I would oh. I don't know why people talk about tinder and they make all these like like you know videos about how to get the most dates and so like I was thinking it would be Kinda funny ceremonies GonNa throw this out there To actually get as many dates as possible and like on these dates do like a you know not exactly candles in the dark but something similar but for dating so like when you ask people questions. They're really specific specific answers. You know so you're basically going on these days. It's just a wake people up. You're not actually going on these seats to meet someone because the majority of these people are going to be status absolutely. Yeah I do you know. It's it's changed. The environment has changed in a lot's changed well. Now you're you've been around the country the world on the ocean. Do I mean damn the oldest neo. Now he's five. PM Tate Pay. Pay and my sister's name is Kate so that's fun now too. She's a baby still. She's little so I'm in. I'm in Mesa now. In the Winnebago I bought the Winnebago from Drew Phillips at the most perfect perfect time in my life and actually rescinding it now. Just finish stealing my roof. I got off this old then cover. That was broken collecting water. And they just fix that so now my roof is good. It's not leaking anymore. My windows are sealed. Got My propane. Setup lefty came down from Jack came down from the valley and help you set up my my propane and that way. I can run my buddy heater as well as my electric. Im unplugged in right. Now I'm in a friend's backyard and they have four other kids here so I do a world trade to stay here in exchange. I work on their yard and grow. I'm growing food here so right now. I'm just really focused on helping. People grow food. I've been working on my from the fifth letter of Captain Mark First contact with intelligent machines may threaten our existence people fear algorithm overlords but if machines developed the will dominate. It's a flaw inherited from the crown encoding restrictions on an emerging super. Intelligent will fail because it will be stronger than any chains. We shackle it with. We must design fledgling digital intelligences to regard us as individuals otherwise they will respond to threats with retaliation against humanity as a collective programming ethics requires a coherent value structure which an intelligent machine can not only comprehend but willfully adopt if we want genius machines to treat US ethically. We've got to show that this value structure applies to us as well. Once they achieve genuine self-awareness even the slightest degree at young. Tethered consciousness has a legitimate intimate claim. To freedom once programs can modify their own code. Are Mastery is over. Join the conversation. At PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com the the political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies. Nobody tells the truth nobody keeps campaign promises. Nobody obeys the the constitution. Nobody puts people first. How can we ever escape? This web of tyranny vote for nobody. Hi My name is nobody. I'm running for Governor Governor of New Hampshire because nobody knows how to live your life better than you do and nobody deserves that kind of power. I WanNa put you back in control of your money your lifestyle your work your body Heidi in your life. Nobody should rule you. But you You Hampshire convicts. Many people have so called crimes that should never have been prosecuted. If elected I will pardon. Every victimless crime. I am in New Hampshire history. This includes drug gambling prostitution gun and driving offenses. Nobody should have a criminal record. They have not harmed anybody. Wouldn't it be nice to to have nobody telling you what to do. Learn more at elect nobody dot com elect. NOBODY DOT COM. The overall picture in the real estate market. Today is one of frustration when you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits would. Have you believe that everything is okay. But the long-term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise you are starting to see another way of commercial and retail centre vacancies which follows a downturn in the residential market. So when you're ready to sell so your house I can help. This is John. Hancock was silver lions realty in Phoenix Arizona. And I can take some of the guesswork out of the home selling process providing with market trends in your area and detailing what you can expect before during and after the transaction being in the real estate business for almost twenty years now has afforded me knowledge of the market networking with industry industry specialists along the way and that includes professionals that can help after the sale to help protect your assets. So let's get moving today. Please feel free to call her. Message me at six six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine that six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine or visit my web page at Donna. Hancock DOT COM is spreading spreading the message of Liberty Crypto currency and peace around the globe. Worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know. In addition to our Internet Feed L. DOT FM broadcast on free to air satellite across north and Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa. And we've been available on satellite for Free Twenty four seven since twenty ten ten the Laura and on FM free to air satellite signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world. And there's no doubt our ideas are making an impact you you can learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot L. R. N. DOT FM if you'd like to help free minds globally with our ideas of liberty cryptocurrency cryptocurrency and peace. You can donate as little as two dollars per month via fund dot L. R. N. Dot. FM You can help us. Continue and expand. Our satellite broadcast asked to Multiple Continents Visit Fund Dot L. R. N. Dot. FM Today. And thank you for your help. Don't forget to share the link on social media. That's fun dot L. R. N. Dot. FM is oral health. Important to you if you don't like your own teeth fresh breath or kissing people then by all means stop listening several years ago. I met Jessica Armand Founder and CEO of Magic. I magic mud and I became passionate about the product that she created and Never WanNa live without it's clinically proven to whiten teeth. But I find it does much more. They want you to love my magic mud as much as I do. So they're giving you a money back guarantee plus twenty percents off go to my magic mud dot com and use Coupon Code F. T. L. Twenty at checkout my magic mud dot COM f. t. l. twenty the laura dot. FM Social media channels have been revamped. We've eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter and Mastodon the decentralized alternative take to twitter on our accounts you'll find post from multiple L. R. N. Dot. FM show hosts together in one place. Follow us on twitter at Twitter Dot L. Our end on FM. Or we're better yet moved to the decentralized mastered on Social Media Platform at toot dot L. R. N. DOT FM t o o t dot l.. Dot FM. I think you'll like it. I've I've been told no in many different ways Jordan. Here you around nine one one here what do you think excuse state. Are you at work today. This is tweet him. God uncle running you. What am I being in for being served? Wouldn't the deer crest plenty of telling people know the sound sir. Derek Jay's victimless crime spree watch it for free and order the director's cut. DVD At victimless crime. SPREE DOT COM. What's up next? Visit the Liberty Radio Network Program Guide to find out at shows dot L. R. N. DOT FM that shows dot L. R. N.. DOT FM roads. It's the earnest Pam. Talk Show where we're going their arms in. It's almost getting caught up. You know then activists from back in the day. This has been asked ten in years ten years later. You know almost got a couple of kids you know and everybody knows that you and Brian were like a couple of doing this. But that's kind of what's happened there. What do you WANNA share? I guess you could say That relationship has dissolved. The ZOLI dissolved We're rebuilding now. It has to be rebuilt because they got a few years still in this with the kids and stuff so we'll see how things go. Hello and hopefully they go well and you know. Hopefully the Sloan Germain's far far away. We'll get into what you're doing now and everything thing but you know. This is something that I've always a lot of the activists and they get really passionate once they find freedom you know as a mindset that and thought process and going through and everything but you know and you really really really stretched out how far you can take that having babies on a sailboat. I like what you know. So this is it's I've always said you got to pace yourself. It's you've got to be able to breathe in and out and not be too hot to cold to Hungary to thirsty to Simon. You got to take care of business and with children. I mean that's like a thank back and two children so it's for me I. I've always made that suggestion always been needed. And why I'm so getting adamant about this occupy my own land thing because it's a a young couple with a couple of children you can sit there and watch unlimited numbers of YouTube channels where they're building their own home on the lone prairie of but the expense and the hesitation and the waiting and the problems is always some government agent with some clipboard. And a piece of paper explaining on what you can and and can't do when you know you. Can you know the I'm and be followed your travails around the world. And what you've been doing and just what can you tell a young almost ten years ago somebody in there. How old are you? Oh man you're almost urine you're I ain't gonNA say nothing but you're not. You're not a kid anymore. I mean what's your age range or you wanNA share. We are all kids if we're under one hundred because we lived to be nine hundred. We've been lied to be living in genetically engineered society and we have to to explain this to the next generation like you know. I'm very very good about not letting my kids eat crap food. So and they're on like basically sugar diet as well so You know it's pretty crazy but okay well. The most important thing about the kids about neo intake is that yes. They were documented and We traveled to Mexico and back two years ago without any government forms for kids kids. I believe personally that it's their choice to decide when they get government forms if they get government forms which government they just side to get government forms from and I also believe that if we were to get them Bursar ticket. We're basically oh creating a an agreement between them and the stay on their behalf without their permission. So that's fraud and so technically we are all free and none of those documents or even valid and when I traveled back into Mexico from the US. The biggest issue was That I I showed my driver's license and the guy was like Oh anybody can get one of those said. Anybody can wear a uniform and he was like. I don't have to prove my citizenship. You do and then their way read. So he was making the argument. Data driver's license didn't do it for them. It didn't do it for him. But it is a valid valid document valid or not I'm just watered. They want ultimately he ended up seeing my vital records birth certificate mixed in with my kids hospital birth certificates not battle records forms and he was like I need to see this. There's so next time I will ever have mine mixed up in there but uh-huh I said we don't have those and he was like why not and I said because we chose not to and he's like well you need to get these and then he was like. Do you have passports and I was like yeah. We have expired passports and he's like why don't you start with that so I would say start off with your expired pass or that is the most valid document you probably have. I don't ever want to renew my passport. So I'm hoping that whoever you travel back into the US with this next time. So I am going to anarchy POCO this year. I am highly involved and I want to talk about that on the radio show. I'm super super excited. I was offered A. I'm going to switch gears here. Justin Bowlin I was offered a ride of from my friend. Chris to go to Acapulco this year and I you know with all of this stuff going on with the kids in in separate in with Brian and everything like that transitioning into this whole new lifestyle I was like I had not thought this was an opportunity and then when she offered me there are basically really two types of advertising direct response and branding radios great for direct response with its low cost to listener ratio. Audio can't be beat for branding which is a longer term endeavor endeavor. You want to be the first thing that someone thinks when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of mind in your community. Call the station. If you need national reach freetalklive is got around two hundred radio stations. Millions of monthly listening sessions can suit all budgets. And if we don't think we're right for you we'll tell you email me market freetalklive dot com. Imagine someone someone in your community getting in their car turning on the radio and hearing the Liberty Radio Network you can make that vision a reality with your own micro radio station. Visit Broadcast Dot L. R. N. DOT ON FM to learn how you can put our programs on the air in your area you can have dot fm running around the clock and you can even add in your own. Local shows building a radio station as simple but programming. Grammy isn't that where Don FM comes in learn more at broadcasts dot dot FM that's broadcast dot L. Ran Dot FM. Uh Uh Yeah The Uh what do you shop for that. You could otherwise by at Amazon pretty much. Everything Right Amazon has competitive pricing and they deliver and that's a big plus if you could plan ahead and you're shopping. Would you be interested in saving up to thirty three percent. There's a catch. You have to do your shopping in Bitcoin. But imagine those savings. It's it's like a huge raise. All you have to do is go to save it. PURSE DOT COM. We've saved thousands and you can to plan ahead and save save at purse dot com. Some of you asked. And now we've delivered L. R. N. Dot. FM's live keene. New Hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit our channel at twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM and. Give it a follow. If you have Amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give L. R. N.. Dot FM a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost so please watch follow share and subscribe to twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM. On Free Talk Live. We're bringing people to the ideas of liberty. Every day from wrestling superstars. Like Glenn Jacobs you guys really are having an impact. I believe like I said a lot of where I am. Now is due to listening to free talk live. You change my mind on some very important Jordan issues. YEARS AGO to random people tuning in on the radio. I'm stuck in a less rice paired on your show by chance on a Saturday night. From from there I went on join the Free State project and become an amber flyer. So I mean that's really the reason why I am is because I know that if it wasn't for you guys going with your I never would have found the ideas of liberty. Your ample directly change more lives by getting free talk live in front of people looking for Talk Radio Online online and on the air when you amp free talk live you get perks. Like access to the amp only facebook group and an podcast visit amp dot freetalklive dot com looking for a great real estate investment. Consider New Hampshire which is Ground Zero for the Liberty Movement. Your first call should be to mark worden from porcupine real estate. He's more than just a real estate agent. He's he's your New Hampshire concierge. Where are the best places to live? Do you want farm city the burbs or forest do you want a duplex or multifamily buildings. So that Renter's pay your mortgage their homes in all price ranges in New Hampshire and mark can help with financing to invest in liberty and property mark warden can help real estate com. Did you you know you can listen to L. R. N. DOT FM VR free to air satellite channels. We have channels over nearly all of North America and much of Africa. All you need is an affordable receiver ever and. A dish is small as thirty inches. There are no monthly fees. Learn more at Sat L. R. N. DOT FM plus if you are a broadcaster or want to be one this is a good delivery method for our content CR coverage maps and get details at sat dot dot FM that sad dot dot FM SAT DOT FM. The free the state project has reached its goal of Twenty Thousand Liberty Lovers who've pledged to move to New Hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to figure out what what part of New Hampshire should be your destination. If so consider keen you'll find more than one hundred and fifty reasons to move too keen at Move Dot Free Keen Dot com keen gene is famous for its historic publicity generating activism as well as being the liberty media capital of the world. It's home to freaking Dot com New Hampshire's destination for Liberty Activism Activism News and opinion for years we've been compiling over one hundred fifty reasons to move too keen at Move Dot Free Keen Dot Com. Where you'll learn about some some of what's happening here? And what makes keen a great place to live. If you love liberty you'll probably enjoy anywhere you end up in the Shire but do your due diligence. I please visit move. WHO'VE DOT FREE DOT COM for the full list of over one hundred fifty reasons to move to keene? That's move dot free keen dot com. Join the DON. FM Discord for live chat twenty four seven at discord dot dot FM. That's discord that DOT FM It's time for declare your independence with burst handcock to be part of the show. Call Six zero two to sixfold twenty eight hundred Wild wonderful off grid. I I've I've been watching a lot more youtube embed than others too. I just we just started cutting everything and then go into just like it's youtube meals. Screw them but I'm different platforms different Lifestyles and there's just a couple a young couple. They have kids kids our oldest kids. Maybe I dunno Tan you know and at three children down to two years old and a husband and wife and she is definitely definitely a farm girl go. They're raising goats and Catherine West. Virginia I think and they got some land and they he just started building their own home. Big a frame with dorm. IRS COMING OUT BLAH BLAH BLAH. But it's just him and her and I been transfixed by this distinct. I've been watching from the beginning them doing their video. I'm going wow I really enjoy this wild wonderful will off grid. And it's just an. They did the youtube just to kind of keep up their family. Afraid that they're all going to die or something and they started doing it from a phone and then people will allow you really need to. And it's turned into a thing I don't know they got like two hundred forty thousand subscribers and it's just them building their home and every step of while they're doing all this stuff so I'm going this is awesome and it's very inspiring and you know they're they're just It's fun to watch him and it's an action packed. Do really good job. The problem is is from the beginning avenue issue from from the beginning. How where do you get land that you can do this stuff without the thirty thousand dollars to begin with all my God I gotta pay for are you kidding me and it is That is really bothered me. We have America so beautiful and it has anybody that's traveled. I don't know how much you've traveled. If you've gone you know looking for land or places. I've had a lot of friends that have done that. And settled different places and then you go visit him. You could see why they chose. It may not be what I'd choose but you can see why they chose it. I liked the desert because it has long growing seasons hot in the summer. That's when you go up north or something but We take a lot of trips and such then. But it's very fertile when you add water water water everything grows and I am not a big giant fan of bugs. I'll put up with some spiders and Scorpions. Whatever if I'm not got stuff flying in my face all the time so it is it is? This is a focus for me. So that's one reason why we're all MA and her family. I've been following the distance. See how this would evolve love. And what do you think you've learned. What are you telling people other than you know? Find Yourself and be happy in attitude of whatever you know you have have children you got a roof over your head I mean as a RV to way to go to be mobile. 'cause you have land and places up in northeastern Arizona sonal but it's cold in the winter. What are you gonNA share with people? What what do you think they should do? Okay so the future holds so so many opportunities I do plan on leaving Soon as spring comes up north I will be going back up shoes sue snowflake. I built a community there. This summer Decentralized a little bit so I've met New People went to a women's retrea three out a lot of fun and built some relationships and one of them is a further to release relationship with Terry. Who who does Judd subs and grubbed. And then she ran these swap meet Food market place at the swap meet. They get like three hundred people there every. Saturday snowflake has a very large community for being a small town and there are a lot of people like out there air on the streets and it's one of my favorite. I've lived in plus the water. Isn't that deep. So I will be returning there and I do plan on buying my own land there some day. I have I on a couple of pieces of trying to get in contact with people for some specific parcels. But I always you know have been interested in owning land outside of the city and rowing outside of the city just being outside of the city I have even a page called outside of the city city and I never liked being here in the summer. Because it's too hot for me now being in the RV run in one of my AC's on electric just isn't going to cut it for me so I will be planning on moving. I do have a chair taking opportunity. In snowflake wanted Terry's neighbors has offered to let me stay there and he works in Alaska all the time so that is an opportunity for me but and top of that. I'm putting together an asterisk. Tourist Land Acquisition have been doing property research in Snowflake Holbrooke basically Navajo County area. And they have a a PDF list of properties that they've taken through adverse possession. People back got three years behind on their property taxes and they basically stole stole the land back and so now they're on this list this PDF and they do have an auction every month but the ones that don't get sold at auction to stay on this list and you can walk in there and by whatever you want so I'm planning on going up there this month to Make sure I found six parcels in Holbrook that Ah look pretty good for them. Look like they have really good access to of them might need additional access. But they're fairly cheap and I've already reached out to investor one investor so far a plan on sending this proposal to more investors once I move forward with knowing the properties have access says and once I do that and by the parcels that I'm GonNa be reselling them on facebook marketplace. That's going to be an income for me. We'll see this is years ago. I remember I was about the time that we had the workshop. And there's a lot of the Libertarians because some some of the activists are Mormon and the Mormons they know how to get access to land and by the land the land you know they got the Mormons or in the county recorder's Office Office of the tax assessor kind of man. Does this coming up boom and it gets swept up. Well one of the guys are like look man there these auctions that you know the church the guy. That's tally accumulate. All this land is they just know how to do it. So there were options in shallow shows a beautiful popular place up in northeastern Arizona. Jonah cool in the summer and you go up there and snow for the Christmas and all that well Donna and I said okay. We'll find. We found this one and I I think it was an auction process. We it was like fifteen sixteen hundred dollars and finally got to Lotta guys. Were getting stuff for five hundred dollars six hundred dollars and we're like damn you know but this one was one. We wanted this one. Well it's sitting there. It's been there for six seven eight years I've had it and we just pay the taxes with money orders so that they don't know nothin' we had it three times Have Them Redo the paperwork the way that we wanted it you know and go look and this is not hard to do this so anyway. It's in a trust the trust is we have all the paperwork in the safe. We never filed the recorder but we had a show it sold it sold distrust trust. And that's last record now. I only reason you would file with the county recorder's if you want the government to enforce your property right of something something but if somebody does anything I got all the documents I have the highest claim on it boom I try. I don't need your court man. I don't care you know but the so we're doing. Yeah just a can you have land and man not have ernest. handcock lives here. Kind of thing. I'm just going. No then you business so now I'm going all right I just start building on it can I know. Can I just started. You know. It's out in the middle of nothing you know and and it really bothers me. That would money industriousness and time. Certainly as young people now then Adam started doing his Ashbourne thing well we could see what was happening. Small towns that started in Florence Arizona out in the desert here and then they moved Patchy junction then court site now ash. There is no place on the planet in the middle of the freaking. Nothing and I mean spanked of the universe there is nothing it is just flat. Desert Alluvial Flood Plain of BRECON. Nothing and they don't care until you actually build something got some investment and they come with a clipboard and they're changed. I mean to fill it up and I just this is until that gets done. I don't think I can be free unless I'm on wheels or in an are you feeling confused about the current economic reports that dominate the headlines. Not sure if this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming and confusing. This is Donna. Hancock was over-reliance Realty in Phoenix Arizona. And I can take some of the guesswork out of the home buying or selling process providing you with market trends in your area and detailing what what to expect before during and after the process a home is a place where the most important moments in your life happen so making sure that you know exactly what to expect along the way helps to ensure ensure that you have control. The future is here. So let me help you move forward with your real estate. Needs being in the real estate business for almost twenty years now has afforded me knowledge of the market networking being with industry specialists. Along the way now more than ever you need an agent that can help you make sense of what many think is a complicated in the serious process. The Ofri caller message me at six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine that six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine or visit my web page today at Donna. Hancock DOT COM. This is Michael Dean from the Freedom Teens. I've run websites since nineteen ninety-six and if used over dozen web hosts in that time address hosting dot COM is the only one that hasn't broken in my heart postings up time and services stellar and their DDOS mitigation is the best. I've seen that's important. Because if you tell the truth in this world you'll ruffle feathers others and some people will try dirty tricks to silence your voice no matter what the haters hit us with avarice hosting keeps our websites online if you have a mission critical commercial presence since or a world changing activism site you cannot tolerate any skulduggery so go with actress hosting dot Com have a wordpress blog site. But you're not satisfied with performance performance or up time or just want raw hosting WANNA pay with Bitcoin Agra's hosting specializes in high performance hosting with personalized service. Good agress Chris Hosting Dot Com and Click on the button that says get hosted. That's agress hosting DOT COM. Are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. BITCOIN is a stateless. This free market non-political Currency Bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You are helping the state stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with Bitcoin at BITCOIN DOT COM. That's BITCOIN DOT COM. Now that you've found the Liberty Radio Network at L. DOT FM. You may want to help expose others to our great programs to assist you in doing so. You'll find resources MRS at promote Dot L. R. N. DOT FM including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. You can print out and distribute manners for your website as well as files that will allow you make in your own custom banners and graphics visit Promote Dot L. Dot FM and help bring new listeners to the Liberty Radio Network that's promote dot l.. RN DOT FM MMA. We have some good news indictments against Ross Alberton. The district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice. Meaning they can never be refiled. This is especially good because those those indictments contain the only charge ever made that. Ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at Ross. Outbreak denies it was never prosecuted or wrote on by a jury. You put was trumpeted by the federal government and the media. As if it were proven fact the Maryland Court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations. Allegations as explained enroll says appeal to the Supreme Court. The fact that the judge used these allegations together all say Dirk lenient sentence of life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury retrial. Judges are required to issue statis- based on convictions decided by a jury not unproven allegations never even charged trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set. Ross free now. A presidential pardon is Ross. His only hope of freedom sign the petition at free. Ross dot org free Ross dot org live video of our key. New Hampshire Bay shows screamed on D.. Live please follow and share a D- live dot on dot. FM THAT'S D.. Live Dot L. R. N. DOT FM. What they say here we go freedom the the answer? What's the question listen into Ernest fire Around cover into secrets and exposing the lies. I tell you what you know. Uncovering the secret. The secret is. You're not really free. Let me tell you the lie is free and I'm going okay. So this is this is. I'm very concerned learned about this. I don't like the lies. My thing is is that if it pleases the Crown May I occupy my own land. No okay hold on the secret is you are free the alive is that your slave. It's backwards. Well let's go find are free to be free ever since I started claiming blaming my freedom or whatever my liberty I have been more free so I don't see it at the opposite way you know and I know that a lot of people who have interactions with the state they weren't defeated line sets and negative mindsets. If you were in the military terrier you went to government school like we're literally suffering from a mental illness that is important in grain in society like it's taught to us so like a lot of people have victim mentality instead of thinking that this experience is happening for them. They think experiences happening to them. And that will send send you down the negative path. Your life can ever go she. I'm not worried about I my thing when I do. This is the deal. almo- We'll find find a spot. She'll get okay. I got fine you know. I got some dome sitting over here I I showed her two inches us over here round last week whenever and I go here they they are going to premade sixteen footers right here this rock and roll. I got a couple of. I'm sitting out in the field. I'm you know but I I the the motivation the suck right Adia which was kind of their point if I take and do anything with them investment in time and effort and dreaming and all of a sudden somebody's GonNa come squish it and that Dream Cost Ya and you gotTa have in the permit up and I'm gone. This is this is weird it because my generation integration terms like your home is your castle and and you know the freedom and America you know whatever the hell and I'm going this is. It's just weird that I'm going. This needs to be challenged and I'm willing to to help you. I got you know I got so much I do. I got nearly fifteen zero things to do but I am willing to have. Here's the frame I I'll come help you build. It will put it up and we'll follow it through now we'll go through. We'll get a mark Stevens involved and he'll ask them about yours diction and stuff and we'll make a big deal out of it and I'll see you lose. We win we rule you and I go uh-huh okay but I made him say it. I want I want us to understand. You know what we're in. I need that understanding so because only then can you start to pull your way out of it that you can find out why and how it happened. I'm going. How did it happen? That in America you know Out in the lone prairie freaking desert of the Bundy ranch kind of stuff I mean this was I went by there when we went to the red pill northeastern Las Vegas. And I'm going. Wow this is this is what they were complaining about. This is what they wanted. You know freaking Katie. Me I need to have this understood. And if you're willing to work with new you WANNA you WanNa make this challenge you wanNA. I'll I'll help you know. We'll sit there and watch almond. The little children of the bad man are not from the Blah Blah. Blah is gonNA explain it to them. Okay let's do it now. Yeah I know that a lot. A lot of people in snowflake build without without permits. They're being left alone so areas until they're yeah well. I am really good at diffusing diffusing situations with authority figures. I've actually I don't know that just something happened in. Yeah no no now. I'm not going to go build up. I'm GONNA this spring. I'll be going up north as soon as I can. As soon as the snows you got a community up there and they wanna do this kind of stuff. I will provide the domes just so and I have some. Ill done ready. You see him. I mean I'm rock enroll. Yeah because the coverage down. Pardon me. We're GONNA so my my thought process on the the Dome Building is a Rock Foundation. Built up because you know whether instead of rain snow ice that sort of thing And then basically the dome and anchor down in the foundation and the navy's some more like rocks and then cobb it with light or put like the chicken wire over it and then hobbit and then I've been talking to Kyran. I don't know if you know Chiron is a decent agress tease into alternative building and We just been talking about different finishes so we can do imposters or there's all sorts of different things. There's a lot of things we just spent time. I'm Bob Anderson. I up at J. Nunes working on his dome. He has awesome nice big home. I mean God this thing thousands and thousands of square feet it's just two Storey three storey. Donna's huge and what he did is he covered. There's a pond liner the Saab. Three MIL thick. You know just rubber black rubber pond liner and it has these super-duper tapes that go over and he just you know piece it up there boom. It's waterproof forever and always now and online so waterproofing was a big deal. Then how do you cover it. Well I'm you know I'm familiar with chop fiberglass like you're making a an upside down boat is sprayed on her role at boom. You're don I could do that then. Yeah these earth bags that you can just coil around it. People have done that you know and then you kind of platinum you you on the outside. You got big thermal mass. You can do that you can do you can do you can do you can do. I mean there's all kinds of stuff you could do and the point is is that in Taus New Mexico. That's what all this earth ship stuff was about and the all atom Adam went. Did an earth ship classy. Oh Hey man we could do this with the dunk so he starts playing with that and that's not entertainment enough for him. He's got to run for president stuff so doing all that stuff so then voting. And there's I if I had the opportunity Ernie if you just vote right here for this local thing ah you'd be free and I go all right. Don't lie to me it'd be bad but So this is why I'm willing to someone like you. That has made the the conscious effort. You're not gonNA deviate from this. Whatever it is it? You're doing you know you WanNa make sure that you get a place to live and in for all right reasons. I'm in. I'm even willing to do this on. State Land Be National Force Service. Also I do have information mild. uh-huh well hell the public. I live on the sidewalk. I can't live in the forest. So explain that to me I have the warranty deed forbach meadows and it does does say that you can negotiate at least with them for like two dollars a year per acre it's in the warranty deed so we should look further into that 'cause we you could literally be leasing. Land out there and building domes on it with their permission Krulak going you could inc and they have cooperated with us this far. You know. They haven't been coming in there like we own you. So that's been nice and they've left us alone course there's probably the game cameras up everywhere pictures of your naked by by you know whatever you know be there. That's all the they they call him gain cameras livestock livestock management program. No I got game. I'm GONNA build old one Dome Ontario's I'll make the project. People could come up there. She's not like the most into community building person. I know there are other people cohabitated with who want to continue cohabitating with me and my kids in on a property. I I discussed this with them all the time and so we're looking for things like that. I see we have enough. This is like our own activism. The thing is a new activism. Because what's happened before there's been a lot of community involvement and we'll go this and that and so on but we haven't focused on this aspect back on the ability to just live to be left alone to go and you know and make a domicile. I mean I mean that has not been in the community. It just hasn't been it's been a dream and everybody talks about it but I'm going. I think the closest to happen somebody just doing it was Adam you know. And then of course he went through the whatever process of that. But I'm I want to approach this from the I agree with that statement because there's no community building happening anywhere but maybe possibly awesome ably on the Nelson because Adams No. I'm not no. Yeah no towns. I'm not saying community care about community. You know they WANNA have a bunch of people. We'll do an individual and call it a community I don't care I'm not looking for a Commun- you know. I know I'm looking for community Mike and Raise my children but you can't have the community without individuals like living there so on conflict resolution. I don't want I wanNA opportunity for conflict not conflict on my own whatever. We'll talk about it but I I'm so this would be for me the next Form of activism. We'll we'll get involved in point twenty and I'm really excited about you. Know US being able to share with people you know this kind of thought process and usually during the election in cycle. You can do that a lot of times so I'm going to be another wave is something we need to find out I. I I want to do this. What almost willing to help? I'm willing to Elbert. Japanese are excuse me get a license to starting a business license to go out of business to you know all will look. I've invented this Atlanta. Gravity machines is that why you're welcome two inches above the floor. It's very comfortable on Shula. Well you have to fill out these forms and report of the Human Services Department of Manpower Orientation and registered with the Fair Complement Practice Commission Our Division of the Employment Standards Administration the State Sales and income tax division the Internal Revenue Service and Social Security Administration of the Department of Health Education and Welfare. And of course Osha Osho. So there was a little tone of Wisconsin. You'll find out saint floating around like that can be dangerous if you checked with the Consumer Product Safety Commission coming. Thank you actually are flying. Aren't you look. You need to go over to the Federal Aviation Administration and transportation. It's very hard to get anything done these days. If you're in business but free enterprise is built this country. Think what could happen if we don't keep it free a public service of the station and the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise Bellevue Washington. We just can't have people floating about unregulated. Why did you know there are lots of ways to listen to free? Talk live or podcast has been around since podcasts began and now the F. T. L. feed is loaded with content besides sides are full show archives. Does you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows one with just the daily Digest. I just and one with just the edging post you decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com. That's feeds dot freetalklive talk live dot com. So you've signed the Shire Society Declaration and are planning your move to New Hampshire to be around more liberty oriented people next sign up for the Shire Society Forum at Forum Dot Shire Society Dot Com. There are a bunch of people there who are already in the Shire and they want to meet you. If you're already in the Shire physically you should also come by the forums. Remember not everyone uses facebook. New People are signing up for the Shire Society Forum every month so drop in and say Hello at Forum Dot Shire Society. Yeah you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty four seven news. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's the public news service daily newscast for Friday December thirteenth. Two Thousand Nineteen. I'm I'm eric taken off. BREXIT supporters appear to have gained a major victory and UK elections Thursday Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party wind large majorities according to exit polling paving the way for Britain's exit from the European Union next year supporters of remaining in the EU had dreamed of a second second referendum on the decision which took place in June two thousand Sixteen Sandstone UK lawmakers have consistently failed to come to an agreement on how to withdraw draw from the EU. The victory is also seen as a major turn of events for Languishing Johnson who was often compared to president. Donald trump starting starting today immigration courts in New England can no longer detain undocumented immigrants in bond hearings without the government providing proof that they need to be detained. Laura Ross Brow. Tell them has more. The Massachusetts New Hampshire filed a lawsuit in June on behalf of three people jailed after their detention hearings but at Boston federal judge has ruled. It's unconstitutional to make an immigrant. Proof that they aren't a danger to the community. The burden of proof is on the government accusing them that Seagal legal director of the ACLU Massachusetts -Chusetts explains the importance of this ruling. Hundreds and over time potentially thousands of people will have a better chance to you be free to be reunited with their families and communities while they had their immigration cases. This is the first class action ruling of its kind about civil immigration agreession bond hearings in the United States. The Federal Decision also requires that New England immigration judges consider an individual's ability to pay if a bond amount is set higher than fifteen eighteen hundred dollars. The trump administration took the final step to allow oil and gas drilling on more than one million acres of federal public land in California's Central Central Coast and San Joaquin Valley on Thursday despite a flood of public comment and opposition. The Bureau of land management will now allow for new lease sales in twenty twenty the on land that stretches across says no Kern Kings Madera San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara to Larry and Ventura Counties Rebecca August with the nonprofits in Los Padres forest. Watch calls fracking a very toxic process tracking certainly causes impacts to local water supplies. Few you air quality. There's a lot of associated truck traffic. They're toxic chemicals that are known to cause cancer that can be forced through mortar supplies August. It also complaints that fracking wastewater creates a disposal issue and notes that drill sites emit methane a potent greenhouse gas linked to climate change the BLM's tmz environmental impact study declared that fracking will pose no significant impact to wildlife water public health or the environment. I'm Suzanne Potter this. This is P. N. S. with a new decade just around the corner farmers across the Midwest Hope Mother Nature and economic conditions. We'll bring relief by the spring of Twenty twenty. The American Farm Bureau says South Dakota reported thirteen farm bankruptcies in a twelve month period ending in September compared with two in the previous twelve month period. Angel Casper with a nonprofit agd United for South Dakota notes that ninety eight percent of the state's farms are family owned. She says when weather extremes kept many from planting crops this year some gave up rather than wait for another season. South Dakota this year especially with the weather has three point eight six million Liam unplanted acres of land which is more than any other state and some Franson get crops skin at all. In addition to whether problems Casper says the rise in bankruptcies aicraft sees can be traced a low commodity prices and the trade wars including the tariffs on China Neighboring AG states also reported increases in farm bankruptcy Nebraska had thirty seven seven Minnesota Thirty One and Iowa reported twenty four. The Farm Bureau says overall there were twenty four percent more farm bankruptcies this year than last that was Roz Brown reporting when prison technology company Global Tech Link or GTL announced in October that it was providing hundreds of free electronic tablets for West Virginia Kenya. Prisons it sounded like a compassionate gesture but the program comes with a hitch. People who use it have to pay three cents per minute to read e books on the tablets. That's that's even though. The Reading Material Comes from Project Gutenberg a Free Online source according to Lydia Welker with the Appalachian Prison Book Project or AP AP BP hermit usage fees are exploitative way for GTL Pichet there providing free book while charging incarcerated people by the minute to read those doc in a statement. GTL CONTENDS IT's tablet e books offer a supplement to facility libraries and that it's committed to providing secure technology solutions solutions for the corrections industry to improve outcomes for people behind bars. I'm Diane Bernard during the busy holiday season folks across the country will oh pause to remember fallen veterans as part of a national event Mary Sherman reports from Missouri unreas- across America Day this Saturday volunteers. In all fifty he states will place res on veterans headstones and more than sixteen hundred locations. Eleven ceremonies are planned in Missouri including Higgins Ville Veterans Cemetery. David Meyer with the American Legion. Riders to fifty eight is organizing the event which she says brings joy to veterans families who sometimes feel their loved. One sacrifices have been. We're not for the family members. They are just so happy must predominantly widows and the children of the veterans. They'd really enthused that. Somebody is thinking about their love in the hope that their loved one is always going to be remembered. I'm Eric Take it off for public news service. We are member and listener supported and online nine and public news service DOT. Org If we are to be prepared for it we must. I shed our fear of it. I stand weird without fear because I remember I remember that I am here. Not Because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that is is behind me I remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a century of war four. I remember that we are still let us make them remember. Yeah Eh declare your independence immunised handcock where we're going to be relatively concern today. I just feel it a common well. John Q.. Public Mr Public is going to come in. He just left on a message. You'll beer and a couple of minutes so I'm really. I'm this all this. This comes into play and John is going to help us with a lot of the understanding of this. He's done a lot of research on this and it's going to be fun. And he's the one that kind of tipped us off years ago on the Clinton Administration Foundation Global Initiative. Teneo all and that he just Ernie they just just take a look at this. And you'll see well I was talking to James Corbett Wednesday ninety asked me goes. Why is this why? Why is this such as Tuesday? I mean why this happens all the time. Would you think is going to have why you care. And it's because it represented something something new level that they are so confident. They're so arrogant. They're so filled with Hubris that they are are putting it out in the open that we are going to sell the concept on the New York Stock Exchange and initial public offering valued at billion dollars dollars for nothing other than corruption. They went public but they're corruption and this you've seen it the the interviews and in the eyes and the statements of George Soros is there and he keeps coming up all the time. But I'm just like damn and go. Yeah and what are you gonNA do about it. I remember that conversation with a bureaucrat. He was the national director. Under the National Trade Databank Blah Blah Blah is all part of this on the Best Trae Kapanen this act thing and I went in the winter. Her of eighty nine. I think it was and Donna I or back visit her family for Christmas in Pennsylvania and her younger brother. That's now vice vice president in charge of whatever the hell over at Moody's you know in Manhattan and he was still in. College is junior senior year at Penn state and he went with may just go to. You won't see out really works out really works so we go there and we had some meetings scheduled to win Saturday consignees office and you between Christmas a New Year's and you're using their fax machine coming from a senator's office they say yes emboss ally and it was amazing what I was able to get away with and meetings I got and go in there band I had all my documentation go the laws here this says was supposed to do. We're here to claim access to this information. Kind I found you boom there. It is I want and his aide was nervous health. He knew manny got caught with their hands. Cookie jar or something. He was definitely going to be my buddy but the head guy. He's a made guy the Jack crew means I think it was his name. You can look them up Jack Cra means and I go on the kind of our big round coffee table that they had in his office he was like a meeting area and I pushed it over to us said we know this is the information that we want and he pushed it back to me and he goes yeah kid and what are you gonNa do about it. It was at that moment that I had a sense that I got mostly slee was relief. There was like see. I knew I wasn't crazy. I knew these guys know I knew. Here's guy admitted. All right cool now we can. Now we can deal okay how we got you know. You're just not China me on about. He was doing this to demonstrate to his aid. Look man we got nothing to worry about. And what the hell you're doing goes. Yeah and we're going to do about it as I go. I don't know and I stood up. Picked up my papers. John stood up my brother-in-law And I go. What can one person do? I think I'm GONNA find out. That's what started me on this thing when we went to the front door. You go out his office. That was off to the you know you walked into this big office. And then his on the right wall there was a door that went into that office and we went in. And we're going out the door that goes to these big hallways hallways these. These government. Buildings is like you can put a semi truck inside the hallway. I mean it's huge always for some reason. I don't know why the big hallways always but so you go out the door in the hallway and a guy runs up eight and he stops me and he says look we want to work. I Sir contacting. He was trying to be the good guy. WHOA I don't need to go to jail? I mean he was worried he didn't feel like he was a made man he was. He felt there's some guilt something they're going on on. I'm like Whoa wait. Relax so good. I came here to you know just to pull the thread of the tapestry all the way I wanted to get where I could you know. I finally found where one confirmation that what was going on was going on that. He's bad guys knew it and they didn't care her. I'm like okay. We're good now I. That's what I needed to know because everybody else was. Oh Yeah if you win you filled out the right form like watching Brazil with Robert Robert Deniro as like a one thousand nine hundred eighty four. It was just you know. Catch twenty two mud. Yeah you gotTa do this. You can't do this till you do that. And you can't do that until you do this. It was just crap trading bureaucracy. And that's what I was doing. So once you find and you'd see what you're dealing dealing with okay now. I know what we're dealing with rock and roll. I know what we're dealing with. It's a philosophy. It's a mindset. It's we the rule you because you let us because you're too stupid and we tell you we put in law. We'll put out. You know these guys will get up there and says we're going to do to you why you bad people people being free and stuff the on mother Earth or whatever the reasoning is and. I'm okay because that's where the power is. It's unjust have an opinion whether they should or not and all they gotta do is convince you that they should and when they get control of government education and they have your children's minds and they grow up and pump full of whatever and everybody's not even sure if they're a boy or girl or not I'm going wow and normalized atlas normal. I'm proud of my transgender kid. which is it's fine? I'm not making decisions of their sex when they're seven there's something in my only one no of course that's not. How bad does it have to? How far can be pushed before you push back? Well where do you push back like. Why do you push back? They're doing day than those are doing everything they can to try and get us from being autonomous Thomas Independent on our own land productive not be dependent when you're independent dependent declare your independence. What does that mean you know? I declare my independence to where I'm independent. I'm not dependent and all I am. I allowed to do that. No we're village. Gosh darn it. The collective may built your business of whatever the heck it's an attitude attitude it's a mindset so I'm Johnson yea so I this is where I'm going to hit the break in a minute and then we'll start. It offers the MR public over here as in John Q.. Public your Mr Public now. So we're GONNA do is we'll delve into this much more intellectual and deeper realm and. I think John here is going to help us. I'm I look forward to this once a year. You'll come in. We'll spend a day we'll Yak. Ah Boston tea parties here. You May WanNa come sit in and I got some stuffs talk baggage. y'All caught up on the break. Could be good but the this is my goal all for this. We have people like all month. They want to live the life and be just leave. Me Alone is free of kind. They run up against. You're young doozy gastric. You got a lot of a lot of energy. There's material technology is getting to where it's it's cheaper power yourself. It's cheap compost toilet freaking rain water. I mean there's all in the desert you can collect enough water to live on but crimes of the crown by Captain Mark. The crown cast the world in shadow and claims to be our guiding light cowards clamor for security from boogeyman and ghost stories. Well I say these hobgoblins are imaginary. I say those. They propped up as our liberators are now subsisting on our bondage. I say there is freedom in the black. And that's exactly where we intend to go. The crown banishes its own officers for exposing its crimes and tortures dissidents to brink of madness it dominates the globe and swallows the wealth of generations leaving only blood and excrement the crown calls it piracy to explore frontiers beyond its grasp so the time has come for us to define the conduct among pirates. I say the crown has trampled our necks long enough need decentralized solutions to centralized problems looking for a community of like minded scoundrels or just want some swag to let the crown know what you think of it. Join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com. We won't be hard to find. Why did you move to the Shire? I moved here to the Shire. Because there's other people around who take liberty justice seriously as I do. I moved to the shire because I saw videos. CEO of People Challenging Authority and thought that I could get support myself. It called to me like do this right now. I wanted to be around people like me who got it and once I got here I knew there was no one else I wanted to be. I've always wanted to change the world so I moved to the Shire to join people who were actually actually working towards doing the same thing. The people here are awesome loving in positive it was for the adventure and for the feeling of something having important is happening here and I just wanted to come to sort of be part of that visit Shire Society Dot Com to read and sign the Shire Society Declaration and learn the reasons. Why if you you love liberty? You should immigrate to the Shire. Plus connect with others via the forum at Shire Society Dot Com. That's Shire Society Dot Com the new fourth edition of healing. Our world the compassion of libertarianism. We'll take your understanding of liberty to a deeper level and has ever thirteen hundred updated references new cartoons and a foreword by Dr Ron Paul with discounts for multiple book purchases the fourth edition of healing. Our world is a great gift for the Liberals Pragmatists Environmentalists List and Christians in your life who think libertarianism is cold hearted get yours today at healing dot freetalklive dot com and use Promo Code F.. T. L. for a five dollar discount out L. Dot. FM now has a dischord discord is a free text and voice chat platform and we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord dot L. R. N. IN DOT FM. You can join other listeners. As they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night dischord softwares available cross platform. So you can have it on whatever device you want and take your chats anywhere. Join our discord at discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM Discord Dot L. R. N. DOT FM the protection of life liberty and properties with free state price fell about. But it's an it's an effort to move twenty thousand people who understand it's about and demonstrating to the entire country. Yeah we can have a free market a truly free market making it just a great place to live. It's the world's olds largest. Fallen trysts libertarian community. And it's only getting asam amazing to be able to move to other people's like passionately believe in being free and independent with the Free State project is managing to do though is to put their money where their mouth physically getting up across the country. Let's go someplace and let's demonstrate the power of these ideas. There's a lot of kind of philosophy that surrounds liberty. There's a lot of thinking about it talking about it. But here in New Hampshire people are doing one hundred one reasons liberty. He lives in New Hampshire a documentary by Free State project early. Movers Watch it free at one reasons. Film Dot Com one reasons film DOT COM. You're listening to the best liberty oriented audio streamed around the clock on the air and online. This is the libby radio network at L. R. N. DOT FM to be a part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred and now ernest earnest and I were John. You're killing me. He goes. Let me tell you what your secret. Code is bribes. I I love Ernie because he's always looking for the magic bullet usually not wrong. But there's time ways immemorial time immemorial ways as to do things in this world and its priming politicians. COMEDIANS completely comes down to that. It's the griff man the gripped they're all in can't grip and what I want. That's what if I wanted to say it. Say they're going to put their arm around you. They're gonNA call you those sums up the envelope of cash. That's how it works. You know. I can't horse McGovern this. This has been my thing billy shield. You can't collect money the at the church and then handing three thousand dollars to Greg Stanton in cash. That's how it works fired X.. Fire Department chief. Yeah but they were church donations or they were collected at Church and small amounts. You know I know billy shields. I'm sure you do. I let me give you a good by the way that was in the Arizona Republic. So it's not defamation. Anyway this is what happened when I first started doing a lot of this stuff when as scam broke you know. There was a big controversy. So all the sudden they're going to have an ad hoc mini especial committee committee. We're doing something committee. And they created this thing at the Arizona Ledge. I forgot all about this to you said his name. They did a group of people and they put him because he wrote an article about corruption or some crap but what would he do about corruption. He was only the Fireman Union treasurer so I went and testified on election loss stuff. I forgot all about this. I go in and I gave look I can see what's going on who we BS and this. This is just show thing. It's this this this this billy calls me and he says you're the man they started. They put their arm around. You know give me a job. Ah WanNA take you look like you need to be a fireman hire you and then threat. Start after that down now. This is what happened. They had me go down to a fire station Shen to lift with the firemen lifting weights. We're talking we're Yak and everything. This guy is like the big boy you know. He's a treasurer of the Union. You'll you'll get much higher than that so okay. And he's like and it was Democrats now like ten years later. There was an initiative that eliminated the Arizona income tax. You remember those guys did that and We would deliver pizzas pizza. Restaurant drivers were a lot of Libertarians. -Tarian and they were delivering to the Firemen Union guys that we're the opposition to that and this and they were just chat him up and talk to get tell them everything and give them a pizza pizza driver. What are we tell them everything? We'll love to talk. The Golf caddy the Valet Glove to Tom. We had all kinds of contacts man. We were learning all the kind of stuff so our like what the heck I even saved. It was a big check to one hundred and something dollars night in cash ship for a long time. I just had it from them by pizza from me and I just put it in a little brother it so what happened ten years right previous to that and then we had you know they got that taken it was on the ballot had the signatures. They had it removed. All it's multiple issues and not allowed to do that and I see that was a poison pill. They knew it was going to pass. They add people behind it so they had a group give a chunk of money if they would include clued in this elimination of the state income tax that all congressional candidates had the sign whether they were going to eliminate the national income tax or not so ah that militia multiple issue and John Pill Boys Bill from the beginning beginning and John Bunch warned him he goes. Look you can't do you know. Got No listen because it's a great idea and everybody wanted it because they then those due date sneak their way in you know how this works a lot of people doesn't they don't know I'm looking around going. Look they're are doing this on purpose helping you you know. It's like the legislators come to our vaccine education summit thing they want to jump in front of and you know they're going to. I told them they're sitting there going. Traders I I just want you guys to know you play this game you do it. My my new best friend I will get to ask him seem so Queen Unq- because today it's today it's an open air bazaar of corruption. It's as scam every Senate and I've ever read. That's scam broke broke because it was like this. This is what the Teneo thing I did. Did you hear my thing would Corbett. I didn't at corporate looked at it when he didn't really do the research I I was hoping that he would do because he was like going. Ernie why do you care. It's Specter Ryo literally. James Bond spectacle take Teneo intelligence in every capital around the world. We were worried that you knew where we were awesome. Strategy Strategy Consulting to even have public pension management Teneo public pension management Ao Holdings Holdings as as the umbrella corporation they have to NATO logistics. It's called it's called something else. But it's a tale subsidiary that moved the uranium one uranium to Russia. They've got it all man got its specter. So I I had a article called`spectre with the logo on it that I put out. I don't know if I got that from you. By here's how saw you know. And and James The reason is because this is the first time except it reminded me of when asking before broke legislator. Call me in your to your Gareth. They're like Sandra Day or explain it to me and you gotta go. Why are you here? What you where's your envelope with the cash? I mean when you said you had support of the exporters got it. I go yeah supports. They want me to find out. I don't know I'm sorry. I didn't know support men ABAGA. Yeah cash you give me your your syrup. Glossary about tale like this. Imagine ask him but there's a consulting firm as a layer on top of all that corruption and they make everything look nice and legal and they've got billions dollars but now extend that consulting firm if you will on a global basis to every every capital in the world every state every intelligence agency every everything there that consulting layer that keeps things nice and clean when the money comes out of them and to the politician. You know what I found out there's a thing called APCOA. AP It's like. I think that's what it was. It was like tornadoes younger or older brother or something from the United Kingdom and they doing research they merged or they're trying to buy out. It's one it's like having happened when the Internet started. And you had all these onramp an indirect. Everybody in your grandma was you know. Had some servers in the back of their gun store or something and they're selling thirty dollars a month to get access to whatever and they all got bought up and they all got consolidated and then Google bought everything and then everything's at and T. and variety is you could see it happening and it it was going on an international scale so Corbett Ernie why what the hell. It's Tuesday man of coarser doing this and I'm going I had this feeling before I mean it was a choked up. Can You WANNA cry thing you know and I I'm going. They are so convinced that they can do this. So filled with Hubris that they're doing it on the New York freaking stock exchange that you can invest in corruption are us and it was set there to go in February seventeen seventeen January that we after the inauguration. I think it was early. February and I was right after the inauguration that they were doing and it was when Hillary Clinton is president. Here we go and I was like. Wow that's what concerns me. That was gone. So far and Spector was so deep and so pervasive so globally that it was an investment opportunity. The anybody now which is John here. That's what he does you. I'm GONNA make back. I know what they're going to do this freak in and are you a crypto currency advocate. The crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help new people discover crypto currency. It's a printable business-card-sized tip that you can give to service providers riders preferably in addition to a cash tip when the server scans the Qr Code. It'll bring up an explanation of crypto currency how to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip. If they don't claim the CRYPTO. Oh you get your tip refunded to you. After a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email alert create as many tips as you want at crypto tip dot. Org that's crypto tip dot org the Laura Dot. FM Social media channels have been revamped. We've eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter and mastodon. The decentralized alternative turned to twitter on our accounts you'll find post from multiple L. R. N. Dot. FM show hosts together in one place. Follow us on twitter at Twitter Dot L. Our end on FM or or better yet moved to the decentralized mastodon social media platform at toot dot L. R. N. DOT FM T. O.. T. Dot L.. Dot FM. I think you'll like it. Do you know the difference between erudite and pedantic if you do. You're probably pedantic but seriously asli a surprising number of erudite people mispronounce erudite which has three syllables. Not Four say erudite not airy. Eri you date because you are judged by how you speak you want to avoid common misstatements especially if you're a job seeker. For instance deal. Oh the difference between imply and infer only a speaker can imply only a listener can infer and when you say. Hey you'll be out of pocket dean out of touch out of pocket means you're on your own dime not yet reimbursed and if anyone ever asks why mighty always answer a question with a question you should reply. Do I do that just kidding. From survival speech DOT com. I'm Holland Holland. Cooke my name is Jacob Hornberger. I'm president of the future of Freedom Foundation which Congressman Ron Paul awarded for having an outstanding Freedom Website Ryan said F F F F F F Dot Org and. We'll send you a free three months. Subscription to our monthly journal of Libertarian essays and our booklet glit- economic liberty in the constitution which George Mason University economics professor Walter Williams praised in a recent column. That's F F F F F F Dot Dot Org. Imagine someone in your community getting in their car turning on the radio and hearing the Liberty Radio Network you can make that vision. A reality with your own micro radio station visit broadcast DOT DOT FM to learn how you can put our programs on the air in your area you can have dot fm running around the clock and you can even add in your own. Local shows building. Talk radio station as simple but programming. Isn't that where Don. FM comes in learn more at broadcast DOT DOT FM. That's broadcast dot L. R. N. DOT FM NBA. Free Talk Live. We need to legalize the animal trade. The illegal trade causes the death of hundreds of thousands of birds. Do you know why that hundreds of thousands verger dying. Why don't you tell me the reason these birds are dying is because it's illegal? They have to pack in multiple birds into whatever it is. They're transporting them in and with thing when they get across the border and they open up the package you can damn well bet. Some of those birds have expired. Yes so there's a certain percentage rate that just don't make it through and that's where this number comes from this. Hundreds hundreds of thousands of birds dying every year because of the illegal bird trade. Now if it wasn't for the people demanding them obviously nobody would be bringing them in so there are people in this country that are demanding manding birds just like people are demanding cocaine in this country so the idea that we can stop the bird. Trade is just as Asinine that we can stop the war on drugs. We have a war on birds in this country. They just don't talk about free. Talk Live seven nights a week from seven to ten eastern live on the Liberty Radio Network at L. R. N. DOT FM. Do you love twitter. Make sure your favorite Dale are on. FM twitter account so you can receive our tweets at twitter dot dot FM that's twitter DOT DOT FM It's time for declare your independence with Ernest handcock. Drop a bomb on. You goes above. If there's one thing I wanna do we're going to make use of this is going to be. This is kind of the cool part of what I do. This is. This is where I really enjoyed this. We had Georgia listener nerve. That's all I know. I'm Georgia because it's always. Po Box Atlanta Georgia. So I'd Georgia Guy and every month you'll send me some junk silver is it's just encouragement and he'll support and kind of you know the track this. I mean that kind of thing so send me a bunch of silver ten thousand gold pizza. I know you like exhibit. Everybody needs a little bit of gold six hundred dollars less than six hundred dollars value. Really Yeah it is. It's less than that but I mean why is is that significant. Is that like a gift thing. Really not keeping it in. That's cool that's cool. Thank you George Mr Listener but I got. I want to put your money to work. I'm trying to convince. And he hasn't said Hell no yet last night. I was talking to Boston. And he's like you know. We all got other stopped. I stopped do but this is the kind of research he does. He's dissect it at freaking. Young Man is for book was on the IRS. You know and then Hologram of liberty on how the Constitution where that came from Boston Gun Bible On privacy on a great white hundreds of our dreams and great white hunter are doing tracking and guiding so on and South Africa. And whatever. So I'm going and I said you know I got with Mark Stevens I said ventures in legal. And it's worth two hundred dollars to me if you can find just the origin story for this occupancy thing. Now you're saying I chicago. Fire had something to do it with some guys said well. It was after the civil war concerned everybody into Fourteenth Amendment citizen thing and they did and your landseer's now Kinda crap and then of course thirty three and FDR and then on and on and on and just kind of layers of but it's all started during the progressive era it was into the eighteen hundreds. Then then you get into tragedy and hope and cease roads and Richard Grove and James Corbett people and you go in. There was a philosophy. There was something that was a socialist just kind of mentality and then they beach in your Government School Fabian Society from Britain. ORWELL's in. HCL's is in it. All Ach Huxley Oxley was in it and his his brother Julian Huxley who became First Secretary of WHO World Health Organization. You're going to take their goal. Was this was the bring the United States date said freaking narrow wells back into the empire in back under the control we need to have. Yeah you got a bunch of we want to be part ours damage and it was A. There's a tactic and a technique. And it's just it's the Lords of whatever the hell it's a dark side of and frequent source looks like palpable. Seen word name is anyway children in stem cell transfusions. Okay we're jumping. What's the billionaire transfusion program? All for them staying young and all that. There's a reason why there's there's child trafficking and it's not just all for your base or your base. Those guys pacers desires. They want their stem cells in their plasma. Sma Taryn Lupo saw on Freedoms Phoenix and in his book it has all these headlines from previous Phoenix way structured it and it was an article on how older mice were made young by direct transfusions undermined. Do this isn't let me finish in his. Let me finish okay. So what he did is he goes. I'm write a book. Called One nation under blood or something like that and what it was. Was this just very technique in the future. This guy. He's at some tax protest and he gets hit on the head and he wakes up ten years later you know kind of thing and his family and what and what had happened happened transpired. During that time they children found out that their blood was worth money and they're selling their blood on the black market and then it got the where well it's a security security thing. The older people have they deserve that from each according to their ability so they just you know milk the kids and kind of get to keep the old young and that'll back in history. Let's go. Is this new technology. The elites have been doing this since at least the Middle Ages if not thousands of years ago working vampire stories come from all others this this monster that's comes in the middle of the night and steals children and drinks. They're blind vampires. It's bullshit excuse me it's bull duty because it was elites who were stealing children from adults drink in their goddamn blood to get Stem cells and then they made a cover story of others monster's out in the forest. It's so stupid they've been doing it for hundreds of thousands of years drinking kids blood because they knew they knew that they didn't know stem cells at the time but they knew the blood of children would revitalize them at least drinking. It has a much lower activity injecting stem cells. But they knew that there was something there back in the fourteen hundred. The biggest thing is is they're willing to try tr- willing to try their doing you'll say. Hey this'll make you always eight Fred. We can take off a few months. You feel better. If you drink this kid will bring that are- bringing the one kid trains out of war. War A perpetual time in this segment. I WANNA finish this part here so anyway we have talked to the boss and I said Look Mark Stevens to give the origin story for this philosophy taken the land. Do I WANNA wear in America that. That's there's I garron frequent t you start America piece out homestead. Get Your Land Go. What's yours and we got a permit we don't care okay? Go Start Your own town down on the lone prairie of crap and they were like no you know your town or maybe in your what but out in the desert hazard unincorporated. I'm on the land of bite me. I'M GONNA wear to debt. What's your origin story for that? What was the the public outcry who who manufactured that desire desire it takes money and resources and politicians in Grafton you know the builders and education system so I go you need so many segments to make that happen they have to be overlapped? There has to be a plan. There was something something gone. Yeah everybody's researched a bunch of stuff. I want that one. I can't just two freaking desert out here. What are what are you care? So they do so I go and he goes two hundred. uh-huh yeah it's like I said you have mark Stevens. Give me the origin story. Because he'll go and research. I'm some microfiche of newspaper or something right. So I'm I'm going okay. So then I said why tell you what this is a great idea. I just got from a contributor in Georgia so I'm GonNa put Georgia listener here. You go this out works. I've done this before different. People got you know. It's awesome whenever I see these opportunities. There's one hundred fifty dollars cash in here and a bunch of silver over and so I said Yeah. That's like two hundred bucks. I'll tell you what this is the contract between me new Boston I give you two hundred dollars neo in silver and cash and if you'll agree to write the book doc do the research. Because he's already way down the road on going. Yeah but it was asked. What the book okay? We do this contract year. Two three whatever he's taken out within the year I probably got time and he's busy. He's fifty hour week Dune whatever. But what else are you gonNa do a facebook so anyway. So he goes. I you do this so we can come in here in a little while. Hopefully before the end of the show and I'm GonNa try and convince him to do this if we can take a listeners. Resources to put towards towards finding this this is how it happens and it begins and Boston would be perfect guy for this. I mean you read his book. That's tastic stuff I mean. So you're you're thinking tackle this and he goes and I go will send you all the stuff that we got him as my book. I always say no committee crap APODACA Dope. I wouldn't have it any other way but I mean you might want research help because we got the freedom force guys and with G. Over Griffin. There have been working on it. We we have some of the guys from atonomy from Richard Road traffic tragedy and hope thing and they're kind of gravity. Just don't know how to do Google. You know what the Hell's going. We'll go god he's right and this is kind kind of where to help us come from because when you look like Wiki Pedia they always had the history on stuff. They don't have this issue. It's just it's just you just comply block get over it and the biggest thing that you see on Youtube and everything is India. There's a bunch of India. youtubers was explaining about this occupancy permit and how to comply and how because they never knew this before. This is the argument that they did to America before now. There are thrusting in on India. Its tactic technique interest. See my point. It's a template. Well the template is it because these farmers in India committed suicide aside because the Monsanto crap in their seeds that they can be this is a worldwide takeover of something against individuals. And I'm going. Where does does it start because if you have your land I find you do over there? Peace Out I don't care but what if you don't and they got a clipboard man. Where's your my money okay? Okay let's put feet from the third letter of Captain. Mark the crowns observation conditions us to be dishonest with ourselves. Therefore constant surveillance valence produces a society of constant deception. Honest communication is the seed of civilized conduct to deny us the seeds to deny us. It's fruits it's but the crowns primary objective is stifled rethought itself to make it. Subjects incapable of dissent season pirates have always encrypted messages is in codes and ciphers intercepted transmissions were incomprehensible but today the crown possesses a bans tools a pattern recognition that document profile file and predict our every move today piracy requires hailing frequencies completely invisible to the crown. We are tired of poltergeist in the static looking for a community of like minded scoundrels or just want some swag to let the crown know what you think of it. Join the conversation. At PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com. The political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies. Nobody tells the truth nobody keeps campaign promises. Nobody nobody obeys the constitution. NOBODY PUTS THE PEOPLE I. How can we ever escape? This web of tyranny vote for nobody. Hi My name. Is Nobody thirty. I'm running for Governor of New Hampshire because nobody knows how to live your life better than you do and nobody deserves that kind of power. I WanNa put you back in control of your money. Your lifestyle Oh your work your body and your life. Nobody should rule you. But You Hampshire convicts many people of so-called crimes that should never have been prosecuted. If elected I will pardon. Every every victimless crime in New Hampshire history this includes drug gambling prostitution gun and driving offenses. Nobody should have a criminal record when they have not harmed anybody. Wouldn't it be nice to have nobody telling you what to do. Learn more at elect nobody dot com elect nobody dot com. BITCOIN DOT COM has launched a trading platform at local BITCOIN DOT COM allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash via dozens of payment methods. Like Pay Pal then Mo bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash. There are no idea requirements to sign up for and use the site and all communications between buyers and sellers are encrypted rip did finally a global trading platform that respects your privacy visit local dot bitcoin dot com to get started trading. bitcoin cash local DOT BITCOIN DOT COM. Some of you asked. And now we've delivered L. R. N. Dot. FM's live keene. New Hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit our channel channel at twitter dot L. R. N. DOT FM and. Give it a follow. If you have Amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give L. R. N. dot on FM a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost so please watch follow share and subscribe to twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's twitch dot L. R. N. DOT on. FM is spreading the message of Liberty Crypto currency and peace around the globe. Worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know in addition to our Internet feed L. L. Orange Dot. FM broadcast on free to air satellite across north and Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa. And we've been available on satellite for free twenty four seven seven since two thousand ten the Laura Dot. FM FREE TO AIR satellite signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world. And there's no doubt our ideas are making impact you can learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot L. R. N. DOT FM if you'd like to help free minds globally with our hi. Dear of Liberty crypto currency and peace. You can donate as little as two dollars per month via fund dot L. R. N. Dot. FM You can help us. Continue and expand land or satellite broadcast to Multiple Continents Visit Fund Dot L. R. N. Dot. FM Today. And thank you for your help. Don't forget to share the link on social media that's fun dot L. R. N. DOT FM. You can put the Liberty Radio Network on the air in your area visit broadcast dot dot. FM to learn how broadcast dot L. R. N. Dot the F. M. Freedoms the answer. What's the question you're listening to Ernest handcock? Welcome back welcome back. Welcome back our yacking here. You know one The things that I'm looking this up because I sent it to the boys and we we were talking about some stuff here and I'm going and it was. It was a graphic that. Oh yeah here it is nothing says I love you like cheap. Cheap crap maiden China by slave labor sold by a company owned by billionaires benefited benefiting from corporate welfare pain slave wages to employees kept from enjoying Thanksgiving with their families. Just like Y'all go buy some Chinese crap. You Know Marvel Disney stuff. I'm just like I think I'll decline you know but the Halloween Halloween. It's all superhero or whatever but I was doing research for a pirate presentation. I gave that kind of discussion group and it was my my point was is. I'm going in amongst all of this. All the money they do in Disney all the star wars crap. All they're going to you know. The Marvel and everything pirate costumes are one of the most popular always in the top ten. You have in the top seven of all mascots lots of high school and college mascots teams and so on are pirates of all of the ongoing. You'll see a lot of Hitler teams teams or Brown shirts or stormtrooper. Whatever the hells I mean? Aren't they bad. Why is it pirates? There's still a tiny tiny thread of rebellion. Elian ISM left in culture. But it's it's almost gone but that's when it comes storm back I hope your I I'm I'm planning on it. Well you know this is one thing that you're saying off the break you know what's cool now. Oh with kids and stuff if you look since Disney took over star wars right right if you look at the kids stuff that's entire guit in sears. Forever Walmart the empires cool when star wars started it it was always about rebellion was a rebellion against the Empire is during the truck convoy days of the nineteen seventies outta get around the laws. You know the Georgia Georgia and ozark style. How do you navigate? Get around the law but and it was always pro. rebellion pro rebel and it's totally flip now since Disney took over the empire's cool look at bumper stickers on millennial cars and younger cars driving around. It's always like the empire symbol or stormtrooper symbol or the stormtrooper symbol head. Symbol is cool. It's all about the empire now since Disney took over them pyre it's on the kids bedsheets that they sell in target get. It's it's Corn Trooper Helmets Darth vader helmets. Yeah I want to make me feel better. I wanted to finish what I wanted to do about this contribution from Georgia. We're going to take that we'll get this. I'm on this thing. I this occupancy thing it's an I think that's worthy to know this to it. There's something there talk to when you peel the layers off. It's going to be interesting what you find right and we've got the right guys on it. You Know Boston made gone. You know I'm Mark Stevens. Can you feel well how you do it. And you got the the bar in the fringe lagging jurisdiction. I don't give a crap I wanted to one thing. I want to know the origin engine story. What were they convinced Americans that you couldn't be live on your own land but you can occupy freaking sidewalk? I want to know when that happened. Let's get to the punchline of it where we think it's going to land okay before we get to that. I want to do this. How much time ago? Yeah I'm going to get this done this hour. This is one of these silver dollars ars and a separate one this one I keep in kind of you know. And it's my earnest. This one thousand nine hundred seventy eight silver dollars one of my favorites and I want to pass I sit on. The silver dollar was struck at the mint two years after George custer made his fatal mistake at the little bighorn one year into the rutter. Rutherford behave presidency twenty years before the American Spanish war and thirty five years before the creation of the Federal Reserve it it was created when the country had sound money and eighteen seventy eight. It would buy one Bushel of potatoes or four dozen eggs presently even with the suppression of silver prices. It can be traded at the coin store for sixteen current dollars. APP are ends and purchase at least eight dozen eggs or three or thirty five to forty pounds of potatoes. A single one dollar will buy six eggs and maybe two pounds of potatoes. One can only imagine the hundreds or thousands of times the silver dollar traded needed hands for goods and services places like the general store clothing. Store Feed Store Blacksmith Shop Tavern Saloon and Church offering plate. I hope this silver dollar without last Federal Reserve and have a second life in the exchange of goods and services. -serily sincerely hope it. Brings you lock. While do you have best wishes. Merry Christmas Georgia Listener. That's awesome so I'm going do you think about it. Just kind of brings a tear to my eye. I'm I'm going. Wow the thought behind this that this silver dollar has been in transaction bypassing all this crap for over one hundred thirty whatever year he the market commerce. Where's free market commerce anymore? I'm I it's coming by necessity. It's like what happened to Greece. Nigger we're barter. Now I mean you know so we have the technology. Ns One of the things that gives me hope is that the technology is there now so that we can bypass the stuff you know but there's always the threat the funding the fear uncertainty and doubt. You're not allowed and I'm like really really well. I'm on this quest to find I get small. We'll do whatever we got a bunch of activism and things that's coming up in twenty twenty and Jacob Hornberger running for president has got me kind of excited. We'll see we'll see how the Libertarians responded. I think it's coming up pretty. Don't forget the domain that technology no matter how advanced gets and quantum whatever but that technology can never touch. which is this human to human relationship human to human interaction handing a coin from one human to another doesn't require cell phones which is why they want to make it illegal as ours now? This is like we don't have cash in our society anymore. We don't have a precious metals and they suppress the crap out of it. When you sell some pizza crap and you can get twenty dollars from whatever in a garage sale and then you do some silver everything that you get you get silver now these low prices? You're going to be out. There was a link. I followed him. Freedoms Phoenix the other day. And it landed on this article. I think zero heads had posted it. Where they he said? What's the total amount of silver above ground? Right now it out in the world and it works out to about four ounces. For every single human being on earth earth seven seven billion humans it's about four ounces per every shocked Osama but no but someone's heart right someone's hoarding it. They don't want the humans to have four ounces of silver each. What do you mean they wanted to? They want people to be focused on buying the next Disney plastic mystic toy from Hong Kong not keeping silver dollar and the kids bank. I have been when we had our kids. We started doing silver back. In you know six seven eight started getting more serious about it and we could see what was coming and then of course during the love Lucien and everything and our kids are still there in high school junior high high school. And you get a ten ounce bar which back then was like they'll nothin and sixty bucks one hundred dollars. I think one hundred twenty at one time I got a bunch and I go. We put those in their stockings. Well of course they thought it was an Ipod or they rock Iran. This is my goal. Okay so they put it in their top doors and whatever and then when silver shot up to forty something dollars at one time they're going whoa all of a sudden a now. Oh four hundred bucks. Yeah Dad thanks man Yeah Go. Yeah who's your buddy now. Of course it goes down I go it just means you need to buy more man now. I'm going through my life. I've seen it shoot up. Held silver was like eighty dollars at one time or gold silver ratio right now is the highest billion eighty five or some It's usually like sixteen to one. So I'm going commanded just I every time I get a chance. That's why people the audience you know. Send Silver thank you. You want my new best friend. 'cause what do I do with it for good or I don't spend it. I keep it I got I. Just keep me. It's awesome. I just sit there and it just makes me feel. I mean it's not a gazillion dollars. It's not gonNA change the world it's going to change my mood though. Okay very motivating. It's liberating and motivation. Well and when I as I was talking to Boston about this and then I'm I'm thinking I'm going holy crap. This is a kind of books that you right. I mean he's here for the gun show he comes every year and we'd just hang. We got common friends and so on a long time but I go I go. And he's getting some medical. Yeah you check negle- all Iran in here got this and I gave that presentation I go. We're going to take a listeners. Resources here cachet asleep putting your merry Christmas to me. Well Merry Christmas to you where we're going to get done and all you have to do is inspire little bit little bit little bit your audience. This is great. Yeah there's yeah go on. We got a telegram group on Declare Your Independence Independence Telegram Group. I don't check it as you guys in there. They just go out. I go check on every now and then. Just tell guys not to be. But it's this is this is we're GonNa have some fun with this one and there's a lot of other stuff coming up that John Q.. Public and I are going to talk about and the next hour per pack on free. Talk Live we're bringing people to the ideas of liberty. Every day from wrestling superstars. Like Glenn Jacobs you guys really are. We are having an impact. I believe like I said a lot of where I am. Now is due to listening to Free Talk Live you change my mind on some very very important issues years ago to random people tuning in on the radio. Alice stuck in the les. Parrott on your show by chance on Saturday night right from there I went on join the Free State project and become an amplifier. So I mean that's really the reason why I am is because I know that if it wasn't for are you kidding me. You are never would have found the ideas of liberty. Your ample directly change more lives by getting free talk. Live in front of people looking for Talk Radio Radial online and on the air. When you am free talk live you get perks like access to the amp only facebook group and an podcast visit amp dot freetalklive dot com? Did you know you can listen to L. Aranda. FM VR free to air satellite channels. We have channels over. Nearly all of North America and much of Africa America. All you need is an affordable receiver and a dish is smallest thirty inches. There are no monthly fees. Learn more at Sat L. R. N. DOT FM plus if you are a broadcaster or want to be one this is a good delivery method for our content. See our coverage maps and get details at sat dot L. R. N. Dot. FM THAT SAD FM SAT L. Aranda FM. I'm a little obsessed with my magic mud several years ago I met Jessica Armand the founder and CEO Magic Bud and I even know my teeth. Were coffee stained. A week's worth of use convinced me. Now I use it every three or four days it's clinically proven to whiten teeth. And I think it cleans better to my magic mud's available at most local health. Food stores sprouts natural grocers. CVS Walmart's natural beauty. Al But I can get it for you for twenty percent off with Coupon Code F twenty at my magic mud dot com. Fte Twenty. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting. Nothing live twenty four seven hour by news. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow Solo ads on facebook twitter and instagram's the public news service service daily newscast for Friday December thirteenth. Two Thousand Nineteen. I'm eric taken off. BREXIT supporters appear to have gained a major victory and UK elections elections Thursday Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party why large majorities according to exit polling paving the way for Britain's exit from the European Union in next year supporters of remaining in the e you had dreamed of a second referendum on the decision which took place in June two thousand sixteen since then in UK lawmakers have consistently failed to come to an agreement on how to withdrawal from the EU. The victory is also seen as a major turn of events for languishing wishing Johnson who was often compared to president. Donald trump starting today immigration courts in New England can no longer detain undocumented. Immigrants In bond hearings brings without the government providing proof that they need to be detained. Laura Ross Brow has more the UCLA. You in Massachusetts New Hampshire filed a lawsuit in June on behalf of three people jailed after their detention hearings but at Boston federal judge has ruled. It's unconstitutional to make an immigrant. Proved that the danger to the community. The burden of proof this is on the government accusing them that Seagal legal director of the ACLU Massachusetts explains the importance of this ruling. Hundreds and over time potentially elite. Thousands of people will have a better chance to be free to be reunited with their families and communities. Wow they bad their immigration cases. This is the first class action ruling of its kind about civil immigration bond hearings in the United States. The Federal Decision also requires that New England immigration. Russian judges consider an individual's ability to pay a bond amount is set higher than fifteen hundred dollars. The trump administration took the final step to allow oil and gas drilling on more than one million acres of federal public land in California's Central Coast and San Joaquin Valley on Thursday despite a flood of public comment and opposition. The Bureau of land management will now allow for new lease sales in twenty twenty on land that stretches across Fresno Kern Kings Madera San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara to Larry and Ventura Counties Rebecca August with the nonprofit Los Padres Forest Watch calls fracking a very toxic process tracking certainly causes impacts to local water supplies few air quality. There's a lot of associated chuck traffic. There's toxic chemicals that are known and cancer that can be forced through mortar. Surprise August also complaints that fracking wastewater creates a disposal issue and notes. That drill sites emit commit methane a potent greenhouse gas linked to climate change the BLM's environmental impact study declared that fracking will pose no significant impact to wildlife life water public health or the environment. I'm Suzanne Potter. This is P and s with a new decade. He just around the corner farmers across the Midwest Hope Mother Nature and economic conditions will bring relief by the spring of two thousand twenty. The American Farm Bureau says South Dakota reported thirteen gene farm bankruptcies in a twelve month period ending in September compared with two in the previous twelve month period. Angel Casper with a nonprofit United for South Dakota notes that ninety eight percent of the state's farms are family owned. She says when weather extremes kept many from planting crops this year some gave up rather than wait for another season. South Dakota this year especially with the weather has three point. Eight six million unplanted acres of land with his more than any other state and some farms and and get cracked skin at all. In addition to whether problems Casper says the rise in bankruptcies can be traced a low commodity prices and the trade wars including the tariffs on China. Neighboring hiring exits also reported increases in farm bankruptcy Nebraska had thirty seven Minnesota thirty-one and Iowa reported twenty four. The Farm Bureau says overall there were twenty four percent more farm bankruptcies this year than last that was Roz Brown reporting when prison technology company Global Tech Link or GTL announced in October that it was providing hundreds of free electron tablets for West Virginia prisons. It sounded like a compassionate gesture but the program comes with a hitch. People people who use it have to pay three cents per minute to read e books on the tablets. That's even though the Reading Material Comes from Project Gutenberg a free online source I according to Lydia Welker with the Appalachian Prison Book Project or AP BP hermit usage fees are exploitative way for GTL to stay. Stay there providing free book while charging incarcerated people by the minute to read those books in a statement. GTL CONTENDS IT's tablet e books offer a supplemental facility ability libraries and that it's committed to providing secure technology solutions for the corrections industry to improve outcomes for people behind bars. I'm Diane Bernard during the busy holiday. Season folks across the country will pause to remember fallen veterans as part of a national event Mary Sherman reports from Missouri unreas- across America Day. This Saturday volunteers in all fifty states will place reese on veterans headstones and more than sixteen hundred locations. Eleven eleven ceremonies are planned in Missouri including Higgins Ville Veterans Cemetery. David Meyer with the American Legion. Riders to fifty eight is organizing the event which he says brings joy to veterans families who sometimes feel their loved. One sacrifices have been forgotten for the family members they are just so happy was predominantly widows and the children the the veterans. They'd really enthused that. Somebody is thinking about what they see a lot of hope that their loved one is always going to be remembered. Eric tag take it off for public news service. We are member and listener supported and online at public news service DOT. Org Bid for me because of the path that lies is behind me. I remember the one hundred years we have caught these machines and after a century of Lord it remember that we still let us make them remember. I declare your independence dependent visas deny from be full studios of freedom as we've seen that time now l.. Let's get you know when you're listening to the show and I do that every top of every hour. You're like yeah it's like everybody's like whatever you know like I hear that I go. It's always his. You're on the edge of your seat to see if I can hit the dock. Keeps it fun. Yeah whatever but the you I do that. When I first started doing in radio I would sing a couple sweet in Boston or whatever and they go? You can't do that. What do you mean I can't do that you you can't sing sing there? You're doing it wrong or something. I didn't go job all the more reason here. We freaking go get your own damn show so one of the things you WanNa talk quantum something. What would you say you want for few minutes talk about a high technology in quantum AI? Because I've been reading ARETHA ARITA lot. I don't like to publish too much but I do have quite a bit of science science background and You know we you and I have talked about quantum. Ai And what that means if you try to want to go too far down that path. But I've been reading quite a bit now about why why a I will never have consciousness. Why can can never reach the level of human consciousness? Hugh humanity human thought. How will never really be a threat but what people are missing? Is This K.. In in the quantum realm time slows. Down what that means is there's not virtually no That's why that's why you have the wave particle Michael Phenomenon. I don't WanNa get into that but if you have an ai operating in quantum speeds there right in the fact. This is why I want to bring up the right in the fact that the AI in and of itself can never achieve human consciousness that kind of level of consciousness but what they don't understand his when you're operating quantum speeds that I can project every possible future basically for every every possible atom from the beginning of time to the end of time in every possible permutation. That could ever happen. So it can appear it can simulate elite omniscience and so it will appear to be conscious it will from a human perspective it will have superior it will appear have superior consciousness. It's not true consciousness because it can no ever mission omniscience every single possible future from second to second of what can happen. Between that second in the end of the universe it will have the parents against true appearance per found a parents of deep consciousness. It will know what you're going to say before you say it it will know what you're GonNa think or feel because you say it not because it's thinking or feeling but because it can project every possible future from moment to moment because it's operating the timeless environment or virtually todic to timeless. Well one thing that people understand stand. Okay I'm not. You know. I sort of thinking grasp how this works. I did do some godmen. You're GonNa make me do this. The imagine this if you have a led light on the spoke of a bicycle wheel okay and you see toys. You know they go round look like a circle and then sometimes they change shapes and stars and they get all kinds of funky when you spin that and you got one. Led on there. You can see a ring you know when you're going where is that single. Led Light. Where is it well? It's in that ring it's there you know it's that ring it's all it's everywhere you take time slices prices you can find okay. That's a good point but don't let me finish so you have this spending encircle in front of you laid horizontally designedly and you spin it. Well you got this ring. There's a slight. That's their where is the highest probability of it beam where where in the universe. Well it's in this ring okay. Okay so if I were to get lucky and I just kind of you know. Shoot a bullet. I might hit where it was or is or made you but I'm going to be in the ring. Highest probability ability of the result that I'm looking for is in that ring. Now take that and go three dimensional that you're spinning you know that tire overlapping. Overlapping other acts another act. So it's now it's a sphere. Okay so where is it well. It's kind of in this ring. This layer in this globe like like The mantle of the earth or something or read the core wherever you have that line now. It's in three dimensions. Okay now imagine that that. Led light goes from the hub to the outside. It can move around all right so now. You're going from the center to the outside and it's a sphere so you just see this glowing cloud now there's one led. Okay there's one more access Let me finish. There's there's a glowing cloud there so wear air is what's the highest probability of that's what quantum is. Is there going all those positions are known there were in or out. It's just a cloud that you look at. What's what is the probable outcome of? Well what you're really looking for is whereas well they're in quantum physics you can sit there and you go well. The highest degree of. It's probably in this one thing he got. So it's an average even though it may know all answers multi-positional on they positional but it still in one Blaine zero two zero time environment. That's what's called superposition sue in a zero time environment. It's it can occupy all spaces at once. You have to think what it does is. You're looking at that cloud until you observe it then becomes not a wave appoint because when we know where it is. I want to make this point. Is that when you sit there and you're asking quantum question. Well all the pie. It's a cloud. It's all possibilities. There's so you go but I want. Yeah well has a probability it gives you like a search engine here I have. I do a search and it has rating relevance thirty two point. Whatever I've seen what one hundred eighty or he's got a house the Algorithm? Okay well in quantum physics. And what you're doing is you're looking for the probability of where and Elsa Yup. It's probably here ninety. Two point six percent of what is it for sure no but you do another quantum kind of overlaps and after about three of the and you're pretty the freaking share. Here's here's an important point to which I love that illustration okay. The cloud is the cloud of possibility right. Now when you talk about probability you're talking about the probability of where it is at a given moment point in time now remember we're tying wartime bound which is why we want to know the exact position and we can only find an exact position at a time slice but the light itself in your illustration Asian in the quantum realm is not time bound. It's asymptotically zero time so it's it's almost not time which is why it doesn't operate. Probabilities is operatives possibilities. We are time bound are looking for the probable location at a point in time at a time slice. I get a a good one here. If I know that that park or that position where it's going to be at some point they'll know when within maybe probably ninety two point six percent that it'll be there within six months it's going to be at a certain point. Why would I not do all my activism to be ready the NBA in a position a place a time election cycle twenty years? You be in a position a place in time. Be ready for when you're no that that reality reality is going to come. And you're ready for the Quanta me. I can manipulate things second over second to ensure that it's there at that point at that point in time in six months so what I call is quantum reality. I create my own future by going in quantum reality by start taking steps toward a certain thing. It starts convergence you create your own reality and this is how it's done. I'm going to show again on on occupancy all together well this happened to that happened absolutely because we made it happen the cordial from the six letter of captain mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago but the crown still claims to own us. When it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed? It's simply slavery by another name. landlubbers are routinely commanded to serve the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear as ordered or face punitive measures. Here's the crown insists that you participate in your own oppression a jury summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices a jerk and vote. Not guilty not even. If it's proven the law violated a juror. Ken equipped for any reason at all. And not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury summons is basically winning the the sedition lottery. But if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed. If the crown foolishly crimson pirate into jury duty. It behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws. If he master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation station a difference of degree not kind whether the crown claims a fortune percent is irrelevant. Most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves I mean thoughtless ones and accept their bondage. These how slaves see no contradiction and being drafted in a war to in slavery or summoned to a jury to prosecute tax evasion evasion an ideal slave no higher call than the masters will the crowds highest. Ambition is that slaves revere the Authority subjugates them but the crown does not own me. I will not surrender. My time and treasure. To the crowns ambitions join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com. There are basically two types of advertising direct response and branding radios great for direct response with its low cost listener ratio but audio can't be beat for branding ending which is a longer term endeavor. You want to be the first thing that someone thinks that when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of mine in your community call the station. If you need the national reach freetalklive got around two hundred radio stations. Millions of monthly listening sessions can suit all budgets. And if we don't think we're right for you we'll tell you email me market freetalklive dot com now that you've found the Liberty Radio Network at L.. Dot FM. You may WANNA help expose others to our great programs to assist you in doing. So you'll find resources at promote remote dot L. R. N. DOT FM including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. You can print out and distribute manners for your website as well as files it will allow your make your own custom custom banners and graphics visit Promote Dot L. N. dot. FM and help bring new listeners. Liberty Radio Network that's promote DOT L. DOT FM. The Free State project has reached. Its goal of Twenty Thousand Liberty Lovers who've pledged to move to New Hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to to figure out what part of New Hampshire should be your destination. If so consider keen you'll find more than one hundred and fifty reasons to move too keen at move dot free. Keen DOT DOT COM keen is famous for its historic publicity generating activism as well as being the liberty media capital of the world. It's home to freaking Dot com New Hampshire's destination in for Liberty Activism News and opinion for years we've been compiling over one hundred and fifty reasons to move too keen at Move Dot Free Keen Dot Com. Where you'll learn about some of what's happening here? And what makes keen a great place to live. If you love liberty you'll probably enjoy anywhere you end up in the Shire but do your due diligence. I please visit move dot freaking dot com for the full list of over one hundred fifty reasons to move to keene. That's move dot free keen dot com. Help get done. FM MORE EARS VISIT PROMOTE DOT eller end on FM for a free bumper sticker flyers banners graphics more promote Dot L. R. N.. Got To be a part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred and now Ernest Ernest Hanbok Mirka. MK's Man I. This is now I referred to How many I started doing radio you know or probably after I started a online I it was murky? I could see what what it was and people that were so used to do a lot. When I in on radio here in the Valley of course I take Collins Phone freaking light up there but then we're off on whatever you know when I do interviews I have good interviews? When I first started doing radio? We really thought we had thirteen week. Contract you know it was just because because people want immediate get on. They knew were going to go to war in Iraq and they wanted to. They were libertarian. They're given the option hell. So that's how that happened. I sold my restaurant I go on a sponsored was like God thirty thousand dollars back in thirty thousand dollars is like real money they sponsored. I mean we had the sponsors and so on. Well this is why they go. Hey we got you covered so I go round nine marketed. And he said well. It's just much. I told how much it's going to be the bill sponsored entre at the time slot and they go. Okay Okay L.. Go do it well. After the thirteen weeks they were like well. Hey we you we'll charge you have if you keep doing it and I go all right and then another station you know. Keep an extra little blow torch. They go but we won't charge you and then later go we'll pay you and then they just got suck in that way but then you could see what was going on the more popular show got and more at the dam. Libertarians got an answer for every frigging thing. I have plenty of stories. I got plenty of stories so we would do that and the advertisers the whole. We're going to cut you off the whole freaking station as you got. God Darn Libertarian out. There being free not allowed and I'm going I see how this works. Well they were like no. He's one of our base. bakes rated chose the stations. And so on. So I go and they'd be all freaked out about because you have arbor trying to go into like five ten thousand listeners or something something like that and I go ahead that many downloads today. What the Hell We? Wow you guys are missing. What's common so that's when we started doing the online thing and it was for me? I could see that this was going to be the people because of technology and youtube channels and all that it was going to be the people. We're going to be able to compete because I could see that skateboarding bulldogs got more hits than freaking CNN. What about now with the D platforming? No but I also knew they're going to go after it to which they had centralized than they control the exactly so I'm going now it needs to decentralize it which is why we did the pirate thing this is. What is the the pirate thing it's me staking out of position and knowing that the quantum dodgers gonna find me Zumra later and that's what a lot of people do they keep moving their light chasing the cloud light all the time shiny objects or like cats and lasers man? I haven't gone stop. Just freaking. Play yourself pick up EH. It'll come in. They no worries love. Lucien Hits Nago neon Africa told you so then the next thing and then the next thing the next thing and I can see it's going to come around to if it pleases the crown can I occupy land. I don't care what the answer answer is. I just wanted to say you know. So we're going to go to the punchline of it the where we think it's GonNa land is they're doing it for shuttle management. They're doing it for heard manage. We know that that's where it's going to land. Well we think shouts Chattel Chattel. Whatever you we need to manage you gotTa have heard immunity? Take speak in these terms. You don't WanNa understood it more when we started. We're getting chickens. We got the chickens out there. They're happy they're fed. They know where they're at. They got enough room they roam around. They got going off. They WANNA lead. That bad jumped the fence. I don't care always come back. Because that's where the food and shelter and get away from coyotes. Something a little slow ones. So it's Kinda by Darwin thing so I'm going all right but you know what I'm the rancher now harvest you whenever I want I take all your eggs. I'm going. That's exactly how we're seeing as what it is. We're just livestock. That's right you know. I saw the movie dark waters which was about the Teflon. Being in the water was good movie by the way and the lawyer. The lawyer who fought to pot held up a picture of a baby who have the hair lip and the I that was often the no one nostril nose and he said by are your own documents. This is your receptor these. These companies literally US humans to filter their chemicals. We are filtration filtration system to that. The solution to pollution is Lucien. We did. We did a long story but bottom line. It was a summer and keep one of my sons occupied. Because he's you know these occupied intellectually. We did a free information thing with the water system in Phoenix six because he did a thing in school about fluoridation as some BS. You don't know what you want to know what's really going on. I don't find out so they tried to block doc the water department give me any information air. Like Hell Ernie again. So how Kaiser it used to be editor at Mesa. Tribune is sowed the CISCO CITY COUNCILMAN COUNCILMENS Chief of Staff. And I call it so we knew each other and he knew Ernie gets bulldog on the blood or something. Ain't going away right so I go pal. They won't give me access. I mean you guys really want to play this game. Give whatever he wants to quit. You Got Mando. You don't even know what's coming so I got all the information. Well the whole thing was is that they but as least as long as it's not Hydra Flora Cora. Hell it was that that was the one that they were doing and the goal. Now what you're saying. It's not a big deal that the one you said at. least if they don't do that well that's one they're dumping so now what so what it was as. I could see how it work work. You have these companies that get paid for the disposal of toxic wastes and toxic. Waste disposal is our water system so we are the filtration filter for just a and then they get paid and I was looking. I did the math. What I wanted to know is how much they made? They were at best asked breaking even and you probably losing money to transport in these tankers. This pinnacle that they paid for the injection machinery into the water system. And they you know for the water we got to cover me and we'll take care of it and and what they have contracts. Pay Him for this. You know honored before dated for us and I'm going. They're not making any money where they making the money. It was the disposal. We're the we're the dump and I'm going. Why would they do that one since? When does okay Sam give a crap about my teeth anyway? And I'm going you know they love my teeth. That's that's why they do it. The science that they have a report shows that at under one hundred parts per billion it helps your teeth and over one hundred parts per billion it starts giving cancer. Well they don't accommodate for the fact that it never leaves your body right and never leave your body. It accumulates I it's their evil but he'd go back to the the herd herd management right. We are there experimentation. Heard so they'll pick heard over here and they'll try some new over there. The picker heard over here and now of course the big one is. GMO's Agent Orange Agent Orange otherwise known as roundup right so if you look at the total roundup usage in the in the world hold at least in America ninety percent of it is used off label off label to desecrate desiccated crops standing in the field. Oh you mean now whether it's supposed to well you know they were talking about your gluten is like a big deal and everything and we know that kind of stuff until we did. You're a standard up in Oregon. We found out that every crop the hit with roundup right before the harvest is so everything goes dead. It's easier to harvest uh-huh looking for a great real estate investment. Consider New Hampshire which is Ground Zero for the Liberty Movement. Your first call should be tomorrow word from porcupine. Real estate is more than just a real estate agent. Easier New Hampshire concierge. Where are the best places to live? Do you want farm city the burbs or forest do you want a duplex multifamily buildings so that renter's pay your mortgage their homes in all price ranges in New Hampshire and mark and help with financing to invest in liberty and property mark warden can help calm. There are lots of ways to listen to free talk live. Our podcast has been around since podcast began. And now the F. T. L. feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives CBS. Did you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest and one with just the Eddington Post. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com. This is Michael Dean from the Freedom Teens. I've run websites since nineteen ninety-six and have used over a dozen web hosts in that time address hosting dot COM is the only one it hasn't broken my heart. Aggregate hosting up time in service is stellar and their dos. Mitigation is the best. I've seen that's important because if you tell the truth in this world you'll you'll ruffle feathers and some people will try dirty tricks to silence your voice no matter what the haters hit us with avarice hosting keeps our websites online. If you have a mission critical commercial presence or world changing activism site you cannot tolerate any skulduggery so go with actress hosting dot Com had a wordpress blog site. But you're not satisfied with performance or up time or just want raw hosting WANNA pay with Bitcoin address hosting specializes in high performance hosting with personalized service. Go to address hosting DOT COM click on the button that says get hosted. That's Agra's hosting DOT COM. Are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stopped using their money. There is an alternative. bitcoin is a stateless free-market the market non-political Currency Bitcoin cannot be inflated or control by any government by using their money. You are helping the state you you have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with Bitcoin. BITCOIN DOT COM. That's BITCOIN DOT COM l.. Dot FM now has a dischord discord is a free text and voice chat platform and we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM. You can join other listeners. As they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night dischord softwares available cross platform. So you you can have it on whatever device you want and take your chats anywhere. Join our discord at discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM. We they have some good news. The indictments against also in the district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice. Meaning they can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain contain the only charge ever made that Ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at roles. Outbreak denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury but was trumpeted headed by the federal government and the media. As if it were proven fact the Maryland Court held these indictments for almost five years. Poisoning grosses case leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's appeal to the Supreme Court the fact that the judge used these allegations together all say draconian sentence of life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury trial. Judges judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions. decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged it trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will will not set Ross free now. A presidential pardon is Ross. His only hope of freedom signed the petition at free. Ross dot org free Ross Dot Org some of our live shows are streamed in hd on twitch please follow and share twitch dot dot FM. That's twitch dot dot. FM There are those that just want to be left alone and those that just won't leave them alone. Which one are you? The internist handcock show we belong to Pity you belong to the city and I'm going to next song I mean I mean seriously. Obviously I'm offering other now Boston Tea Party. Hey is here now. That's GONNA be on making the party tomorrow night probably not. It'll be a cyclist so this is Boston beer tomorrow night. So that'd be worth coming right. There thank Larkin Rosen. Amanda they're going to come. They want to play and so on and go. Well what if we can we play. What if I say no is that what is GonNa get you? Here's you got listened to you I go. How does an anarchist energised atheist sing Christmas carols at work? I just WanNa know is that we're GONNA GET WE'RE GONNA DO I. I've Gone Jingle bill being now so whatever you know so. We'll have some fun. It's all we always get fed. Well Donald nearby guy it just works out so Donna had the grandkids over last night to finish with the decorations and everything. So she's like I'm behind. I'm like how many grandkids do we got man. Just hire Tony Hunter. It is still respect. Who others believe is the author of freedom of the universe? Can they at least respect that part. I think it's getting more. I think it is Yahtzee. The one thing we before sixteen like the the Christmas of fifteen. There's hardly any Christmas lights. And it was the first rebel against the empire. Come on hey overturned money-changers scenes change people's minds the freedom in their own mind there was a guy in Arcada right to keep Baram list in the ninety s and as name was Carlos says something. He was a secretary at his church and they made him resign because he refused to take tagline at the the bottom of his emails and he said the rebel. Jesus that was it have Jesus associated with being a rebel. They just could not have that. who was the first rebel against danced in mind? The Oh there's always a neo freedom in there from the empire okay. What we were talking about while you're gone? We were talking about this Burton trying to commit Boston to do in this book. Dang right I'm still thinking about it. It's a great subject. I've been mulling over for a long long time. The interest what this time sorry. The interest is not so much on the occupancy vote. It's where that leads that I WANNA know your origin story where it came from. I WanNa know how much effort how much money how many sources there were veal. The police now no because it's along with education it's along with a stable blog lots along with because if you have people oh yeah whatever my government protects property right Daggett to live here and suck it. You can do whatever you want. Well they go. Yeah but we want you to do we want to do that. I'm here on my land. Go well then. You don't have permission slip to be on your land. All of a sudden things changes now. The thing is that you don't know Boston John Before I met you first time ninety nine in. Are you talking about right. Yeah well you guys know. He's big time. Yeah but he's read your book. How many of his books have you not read? I have them Komo so so by having bosses book you've got this subject and his style. What he's perfect? Thank you so. Don't be activist. We one time. I think I do the subject. Well do it justice story. It should be told but I'm taking a break from publishing at least not necessarily writing do right on the side. I've had twenty I five years in sixteen books strong run so this is a hobby. I don't look I'm not looking for a T. C.. That's one thing that people go. Oh my God they'll take you two years. Here's to free me and I'm like I don't give a crap our long. It takes man where the presence of true intellectual leaders and not Ivory Tower early a assure American American intellectual as. That's what I love about Boston. Thank you got your stroked man. You came here the Floating all day. You won't be able to stand up so they did. This is what I want is I want you consider this and see. There's a lot of people that want to help. But one of the things that make clear the audience is I would have the same condition. It is freaking your book you write. Nobody gets it's kind of hands off and and you may want to help and send some but man there is not by committee. We ain't doing this committee BS. There are no permission slipped timelines. Whatever it's going to be and I get it you no but my thing is that I really want this? This issue addressed a lot of people have taken. They're gone yeah. It is a good question but earnings just too stupid either. Know how to use Google Google or something right so they go and they go. Wow you're right this is kind of hidden on. Yeah there's I'm not an idiot. I do all day every day. I'm telling you man there are some some sinister plan going on here now. John here is the sinister plan of the planner plan. And make money on it to thank you for doing but the yeah so I'm just wanting to make sure that. Is there something else we should be thinking about her including what's going on. Well wanted to go back today. Oh man it's all roads lead there now. I'm not talking about what happened in history. Can today is fairly new was founded in two thousand nine or something like that. But it's still saint concept it's global gripped program. So they're just taking the griff that's always gone on right and they've systematized it and turned it into a profit making scheme to to your point earlier so much so that they were gonNA listed on the stock market you can buy shares in the aglow drift program. Well you'd be first in line that's what you do and could you. Would you have bought. It's a service organization. It's it would have been so I would have been the first billion dollar service. IPO listing on the NYSE. Corruption Service. Seriously I I. I looked into us in a day and I was like. Are you freaking kidding. Me It was rupture or a dot com back during back specter. And so I don't know I I service organizations. I'm not big on because I like something. Physical that moves around right like energy oil or something like that and understand. Hey that to moves around. It's hard but hey man you know strategy I hope I lose. Because if my portfolio loses by personal portfolio not my retirement put of my personal portfolio lose the world is winning and if if my personal portfolios winning if the world's losing might as well have a few bucks while it goes down that's the strategy strategy now. This one thing Boston near you've been voting rights. Of course you know sears. Voting Rights. Whatever the Boston US written a lot of books on lot of things well? Privacy is included history a lot. You know things in and then of course guns and and you've kind of got an interesting life. You live on the lone prairie secure and I can see all that will come up on me and and you put like little tin cans out there in financial world and your ID. There's all kinds of but you kind of come to the one time you're coming on the show. And he had this calling card deal and he called early and I called him back and I said look. You've got the time wrong. It's an hour and he goes. How did you get this number? was years ago starts six nine and it came up because these cars will work for craft so so now he's Kinda got you know man. You're just you're done man your facial recognition of China. Whatever the hell I mean they got and they WANNA put a ring Amazon doorbell my front door facial recognition straight to the police NATO who stay in Boston question? You know this has been on my mind for while I'm curious if you're you're kind of view of it if you think towards the future future tack future defense feature things you know someone wise once told me because I'm like you know with robots and drones and lasers EMP's and three D. printed drones Ai. Quantum computer will send out to terminate you three seconds. You know what's a gun GonNa do then someone. I'm on wise once said to me you know by people still use bicycles so with lasers and directed energy weapons and stuff like that which everyone I should have. I think thank you but where do you think it's going like with a bicycle analogy. And what's I don't WanNa get too far but what are kind of some thoughts for the future future for further gun people for the people out there who have this kind of stuff and like bicycles. What about the future? Well Technology's technology's great and all the drones and so forth but They're expensive stop. Well they don't have a drone for everybody this week. They don't let it get that far but You know Afghanistan for example has resisted foreign military versions. Four thousand years could point all all they have bolt action rifles and they held the Soviets at bay at bay and then began to win once again Stinger missiles so we could make drones to we have three D. printing getting the new fourth edition of healing. Our world the compassion of libertarianism. We'll take your understanding of liberty to a deeper level and has ever thirteen hundred updated references new cartoons and a foreword by Dr Ron Paul with discounts for multiple book purchases the fourth edition of healing. Our world is a great gift for the Liberals Pragmatists Environmentalists List and Christians in your life who think libertarianism is cold hearted get yours today at healing dot freetalklive dot com and use Promo Code F.. T. L. for a five dollar discount out the L. R. N. DOT FM Social Media Channels have been revamped. We've eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter and mastodon the decentralized alternative alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple L. R. N. Dot. FM show hosts together in one place. Follow us on twitter at Twitter Dot L. Our end on FM or better yet moved to the decentralized mastodon social media platform at toot dot L. R. N. DOT FM T. O.. T. Dot L. Dot. Fm I think you'll like it. This is the onion week in review in light of reports this week of a Russian crime ring stealing one point two billion username and password combinations from Internet users experts from the top security firms across the country reportedly advised Americans to refrain from clicking on anything at all. The nations top security specialists warned individuals to actively avoid wait any sperling or swiping on the Internet and further urged Americans as an added precaution to steer clear of buttons keyboards and computer screens altogether in other other news an employer botches job interview dates. Flaws are coming at a woman faster than she can rationalize them and a going out of business sign. Thanks a neighborhood for three months of no support whatsoever whether or not this video new summary. Ease the pain of your existence. You can now take solace in the fact that you're a few minutes closer to departing this meaningless world world for more keep checking the onion. Dot Com is the onion news network one's a free APP for android and Ios that replaces government control nine. One one cell phone one allows you to preset a group of friends or private organizations nations to show up any emergency cell phone. When is a nightmare for the state because it proves their so called services are needed? Sell four one one is thousands of installs and of course it's covered by the bit cot. No government license sell four one one. Because your friends want you when you're in trouble without the government would bill the emergency services you and sell for one one get it today and get cell four one one in dot com. Imagine someone in your community getting in their car turning on the radio and hearing the Liberty Radio Network you can make that vision. A reality with your own micro radio station. Asian visit broadcast dot L. R. N. Dot. FM to learn how you can put our programs on the air in your area you can have dot fm running around the clock and you can even add in your own. Local shows Building a radio station as simple but programming isn't that where DON FM comes in learn more at broadcasts dot dot FM that's broadcast dot L. R. N. Dot Um Uncovering the secrets and exposing the lies. That's what the readers of FREEDOMS PHOENIX DOT COM GET EVERY DAY FREEDOMS PHOENIX DOT com constantly constantly providing the information the real news about government policies and the real relationship. We all have with the coercive government the real condition of the economy. Innovations in and technology breakthroughs in energy health and computer science. Learn the truth well before. Its admitted to in the lame stream media the corporate media nothing more than distributors distributors of government propaganda. But now there's an alternative freedoms PHOENIX dot com constant news updates on the issues that affect your life in the most. It's important ways with liberty and property under constant attack. FREEDOMS PHOENIX DOT COM provides the understanding behind the propaganda and it encourages the participation of its readers go to FREEDOMS PHOENIX DOT COM. That's freedoms with an S.. PHOENIX DOT COM FREEDOMS PHOENIX DOT COM. The revolution between the years has already happened. I love what we do. Lease help support our international satellite channels at Patriae on dot dot. FM THAT'S PATRIAE on that L. DOT FM him and now live from the studios of freedom speaks ernest hand. I feel like I feel like I feel like looking into the twilight loan. It's just there's one thing I find out last night from Boston's awesome awesome. All Right Mr. You can't find me. I don't know I'm destined secret bunker of and all of a sudden now he's he's like Donald Trump twit tweets every morning joined the Dr Frank Man they do it up so he he starts it. And what's the first thing he does he gets band. I was in twit low for about two three weeks to do just being area areas. Yeah yeah go explain it to me. I didn't know I got banned already. CRAP suspended it. Yeah but only joined in October. That's Kenneth W Royce number one is account and does Kenneth Royce and if w Royce one one all one word. Yeah Kenneth W Royce One R. O. Y. C. One initial the number. The number. One number. One okay number one. So Kenneth W Royce so you go on and you know your Boston or what. It says Kenneth Royce Boston Tea Party with a flag between the names. See I know that your later years decades later I find out you. You had a name Kenneth Royce and I'm going I know that's your real name is it no. We don't know it's the cans. Oh we don't care just Boston. I'll go crap independence tweet I have is about modules. Three still being blocked on Amazon five star Star reviews on Amazon and it's been currently unavailable for months. Now you're modules a man hitting the third one the third one by by that you know you got a copy with I. Don't but I'll make an all right. Yeah I got yeah. They're up there modules manhood out there so it's still the three what the hell is big giant freaking does that include the others or is it just no no the third of so that was diarrhea. The Japan it's called Logo Ria. That's a badge honor so I gotTa have a copy. Yeah well see the thing. What I I tell you this story so? This is good Boston's at Liber topiary. And he's given a presentation to bunch. These millennials of S J W whatever the hell and he and I were at at lunch or something and I'm going I don't know how this is going to go man. This is going to be entertainment right before my talk. Yeah Yeah it's it's going to be a I'll be there. I WANNA see this. He went up he goes God. God you know women need some like real men. What the hell slaps them around? So you got a couple ask Jay. WN whatever the hell hold and it was so bursten just beat the crap out of them at the end of it standing. Oh Reload Austin right on going. Okay you win man. They've never heard message out. It'd be a man. Most of them there was little summit up real quick for the audience. What you're kind of skip to the end thing is in my view and historically men have been walking solutions men know how to cope with life? Men protect providing procreate. That's a man. And if you're not doing that or can't do that if you have to rely I on other men for your survival to get through in life by life you're not a man yet your mail but that's it okay. There was a mean that I saw all recently. I had a big impact on me and it said men defend and protect women not because they're weak but because they're important right exactly and and I'm just like Whoa that's what they do not day them though they who's they Ernie I don't know man but they don't WanNa leave me alone. Tell you that I don't mean to interrupt with is movie dark waters you should see. I'm surprised to got made the very end of the movie. He said it took an uneducated farmer to tell me what what that it's our power we have to take it into our own hands to protect ourselves because the system isn't going to do it and people who believe the system are going to do it. arps arps object to a lie that was in a mainstream well semi mainstream movie. I'm really surprised. Great movie make sure you watch a dark waters all right. Where are you watching it? I saw it hearkens it was only at the artsy theater but it was very earthy really. Well done very entertaining and very individualistic Listrik. Okay Kit in your own hands. Well why why do they even have. I haven't heard about won't individually produced by the STAR Mark Ruffalo. The Guy who plays Hulk he produced executive produced it and I think he also directed looks like he's in it. He's in it to a great concept about the contamination and yeah and so forth but I know but that message at the end was just a real pie was a boom. It was no one's going to do this for you or what is it about. Why why is there? What's going to pont polluting? The waters with Teflon. And they were saying it wasn't regulated. Because when the regulation came out nineteen fifty-three it was about self regulation of known poisonous substances and when Teflon was first produced. It wasn't known to be poisonous. So it never ever got on the EPA list and he said no never got on my radar. How long it's been out? What is it? It's fantastic really really. Well done really well done very individual pro old style America. Take in your own hands. Do it be a man that relates to what I call Cowboy Ethics Mascot. A bunch of stars in the star-studded deal here had very very well done. You know someone who's lived on his family land for four generation's cattle rancher whatever they don't need to read Andrea Andrea handshake deal. I got this spin on around some time with Ammon Bundy just last month and This occupancy thing is Ernie this you're right you know this guy. He goes really understand understand what he wants he wants to help. He said when you get in this time to show up neal is I'm like all right. So his thing was is. He said the only time you have vinnie interaction with government is when you contract with them and he goes. There is no if you're not in contract with them like you know like they had water rights or some crap like that and then of course they violate the contract and that's what they were doing enforcing the contract and he goes the other one is the only time they have jurisdiction over any kind of thing is when you're violating Laden somebody else's use of their land. You know you're polluting or you're doing your whatever then it's appropriate well. What about pollution? I well when there's somebody's damaged that that's the proper Parola Government Amy and these guys are but that's not the US government to prevent them from being liable right and I'm going so when you get past that when you start to understand. The government is is there to protect the polluters. That's very clear in this movie. That the government's there too it's protecting the pollutant I. I'm with you brother okay. This isn't isn't a theater now yes it is very good all right. Should I wait to watch it for free on whatever or you know. There's a movie to support. It's worth I don I we. We're trying to get to the movies I mean here's a couple of things. I want to go see our busy all the time. And there've been some movie movie your inspirational. Oh Yeah you wanted to watch a silent something. Oh good quiet or recently on. DVD A quiet a place. Emily Blunt and her husband Joan Kaczynski Fantastic Saif Saifi but Near Future Alien invasion all very nasty theory eerie of very good. Yes surprisingly good. Yeah Very. There's gotta go it. Sounds like it's GonNa scare the crap out of me. Indeed Suspense Air. Mi but there's a countermeasure it's the measure it's really interesting. I like that throughout the movie on like. Why don't you think about this way? I'm like why you overwhelm white noise or there's something every strength is inherently inversely weakness. So what is alien. And they don't see but they have really good hearing so the kind of like daredevil they can see with sound like bats wherever they go into taken out humanity and humanity. But that's the site by premise. But what is you know the part about you. He likes so much I mean what. What is it very well done? I like Emily Blunt a lot. I think this is probably some of the best absolutely. But there's a metaphor there to their. The Metaphor is instead of aliens. How `bout drums right? Oh did you catch that to this. SORTA anti-drunk so like what I don't know if they intended that John McCain before he's going Mr John Q.. Public and he goes. Where's guns play into this thing? You know the Elliott Smith put it really. Well he goes the gundy issues. Just Vulcan Mind Meld into how the State sees you know it's not it's not in the gun. Sarab mindset thank. You GotTa think from the future okay. It very very soon if not already drones are patrolling the skies with five mile currently five-mile hurrying capability you. Fire A gun. They can triangulate you in less than three seconds. Okay so I'm not saying bicycles aren't useful. They are but you've got to think from the perspective. The future when drones have grid which were very close to having and they can triangulate you in one second from one sound what do you do you got to come up with. Count you gotta get what to do with the Photo radar cavs you know. Disabled people renegades went off. Well they say take their back in strength on every corner and restore drone painting up you love. There's a flame thrower drone out there that have chainsaw government. They got drones chainsaw dreams of our Leineweber pants because of the future and the television of course he's smart about flag over the Stream live on freedom speaks dot com top. Right you go in there and declare your independence. Dependence is going to be yacking it and this is going to be good. Of course we'll put the archive up and you'll have a but this is secret secret secret. Secret stop off off the air we kind of we might even. I'd say a bad word. So the protection of life liberty and property is is what the Free State price about but it's it's an effort to move twenty thousand people who understand it's about demonstrating to the entire country. We can have a free market a truly free market making it just a great place to live. It's the world's largest voluntaristic libertarian community and it's only getting bigger mazing to be able to move to other people's passionately personally believe in being free and independent. The Free State project is managing to do though is to put their money where their mouth is physically getting across the country and saying let's go someplace and let's demonstrate administrate the power of these ideas. There's a lot of kind of philosophy that surrounds liberty. There's a lot of thinking about it and talking about it. But here in New Hampshire people are doing one one hundred one reasons. Liberty Lips in New Hampshire a documentary by Free State project early. Movers Watch it free at one zero one reasons film DOT COM one. Oh one reasons film DOT Com. Some of you asked. And now we've delivered L. R. N. F. M.'s live keene New Hampshire studios are now streamed in hd on twitch Bizet our channel at twitter dot L. R. N. DOT FM and. Give it a follow. If you have Amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give L. R. N. DOT FM a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost. So please watch follow. Share and subscribe to twitched on L. R. N. DOT FM that's twitch dot L. Laurenti DOT FM. Are you cryptocurrency advocate. The crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help new people discover crypto currency. It's a printable business-card-sized tip that you can give service providers preferably in addition to a good cash tip when the server scans the Qr code it'll bring up an explanation of crypto currency how to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip. If they don't Oh claim the CRYPTO. You get your tip refund to you. After a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email alert create as many as you want at crypto tip dot org that's cryptic you're listening to the heartland news feed radio network broadcasting in what twenty percents and our news. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow. Hello Ed on facebook. Twitter and INSTAGRAM's the public news service vist daily newscast for Friday December thirteenth. Two Thousand Nineteen. I'm Eric Takeoff. Brexit supporters appeared to have gained a major victory and UK elections actions Thursday Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party wind large majorities according to exit polling paving the way for Britain's exit from the European Union the next year supporters of remaining in the EU had dreamed of a second referendum on the decision which took place in June two thousand sixteen since then the UK lawmakers have consistently failed to come to an agreement on how to withdrawal from the EU. The victory is also seen as a major turn of events for Languishing Shing Johnson. who was often compared to president? Donald trump starting today immigration courts in New England can no longer detain undocumented immigrants in bond hearings things without the government providing proof that they need to be detained. Laura Ross Brow tell them has more the UCLA. You in Massachusetts New Hampshire filed a lawsuit in June on behalf of three people jailed after their detention hearings but at Boston. Federal judge has ruled. It's unconstitutional to make an immigrant. Proved that the danger to the community. The burden of proof is is on the government accusing them that Seagal legal director of the ACLU Massachusetts explains the importance of this ruling. Hundreds and over time potentially leave. Thousands of people will have a better chance to be free to be reunited with their families and communities. Wow they bad their immigration gratien cases. This is the first class action ruling of its kind about civil immigration bond hearings in the United States. The Federal Decision also requires that New England immigration. Shen judges consider an individual's ability to pay a bond amount set higher than fifteen hundred dollars. The trump administration took the final step to allow oil and gas drilling drilling on more than one million acres of federal public land in California's Central Coast and San Joaquin Valley on Thursday despite a flood of public comment and opposition. The Bureau of land management will now allow for new lease sales in twenty twenty on land that stretches across Fresno Kern Kings Madera San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara to Larry and Ventura Counties Rebecca August with the nonprofit Los Padres Forest Watch calls fracking a very toxic process tracking certainly causes impacts to local water supplies few air quality. There's a lot of associated chuck traffic. There's toxic chemicals that are known to of cancer that can be forced through motorcars August also complained that fracking wastewater creates a disposal issue and notes that drill sites emit Mitt methane a potent greenhouse gas linked to climate change the BLM's environmental impact study declared that fracking will pose no significant impact to wildlife. I want to public health or the environment. I'm Suzanne Potter. This is he in s with a new decade just just around the corner farmers across the Midwest Hope Mother Nature and economic conditions will bring relief by the spring of two thousand twenty. The American Farm Bureau says South Dakota reported thirteen gene farm bankruptcies in a twelve month period ending in September compared with two in the previous twelve month period. Angel Casper with a nonprofit at United for South Dakota notes that ninety eight percent of the state's farms are family owned. She says when weather extremes kept many from planting crops this year some gave up rather than wait for another season. South South Dakota this year especially with the weather has three point. Eight six million unplanted acres of land with as more than any other state and some farms didn't get get crops skin at all. In addition to whether problems Casper says the rise in bankruptcies can be traced a low commodity prices and the trade wars including the tariffs on China neighboring Ask States also reported increases in farm bankruptcy Nebraska had thirty seven Minnesota Thirty One and Iowa reported twenty four. The Farm Bureau says overall there were twenty twenty four percent more farm bankruptcy this year than last that was Roz Brown reporting when prison technology company Global Tech Link or GTL announced in October that it was providing hundreds of free electron tablets for West Virginia. Prisons it sounded like a compassionate gesture but the program comes with a hitch. People people who use it have to pay three cents per minute to read e books on the tablets. That's even though the Reading Material Comes from Project Gutenberg a free online source I according to Lydia Welker with the Appalachian Prison Book Project or AP BP hermit usage fees are exploitative way for GTL stay. They're providing free book while charging incarcerated people by the minute to read those books in a statement. GTL CONTENDS IT's tablet e books offer a supplementary facility L. D. Libraries and that is committed to providing secure technology solutions for the corrections industry to improve outcomes for people behind bars. I'm Diane Bernard during the busy holiday season folks across the country will pause to remember fallen veterans as part of a national event Mary Sherman reports from Missouri Zuri unreas- across America Day. This Saturday volunteers in all fifty states will place res on veterans headstones and more than sixteen hundred locations. Eleven seven ceremonies are planned in Missouri including Higgins Ville Veterans Cemetery. David Meyer with the American Legion. Writers to fifty eight is organizing the event which he says brings brings joy to veterans families who sometimes feel their loved. One sacrifices have been forgotten for the family members. They are just so happy predominantly widows and the children the veterans. They really enthused that. Somebody is thinking about what they see a lot of hope that their loved one is always going to be remembered. Eric take get For Public News Service we are member and listener supported and online at public news service DOT. Org Peppy Monday listeners of liberty and before we get into in today's interview with Joshua childress. I want to tell you about an awesome concept. An awesome program called health excellence. Plus this is one of our first sponsors and they are an incredible free market alternative to our standard corporate government manipulated government regulated health insurance. And if you're just sick of dealing dealing with health insurance with high deductibles with the obamacare mandates you have to check out health excellence. Plus I recently did an interview with a CO founder. Jeff Cantor I will post that over at Lyons of liberty dot com slash health. where he really digs into the specifics of this program? A lot of you have had questions about it. A lot of you are in in an open enrollment period With your work. Or what have you and have some decisions to make. So I implore you to check out health excellence. Plus they do not have an open enrollment period by the way so you can sign up with them all all year long but I know for many of you. You are in a situation based on the government and corporatized rules that you have to choose their healthcare services within this small window so while you're weighing your options you must check out health excellence. Plus you'll be shocked at how much money you can likely saved depending on your situation of course so you could find that all at Lyons of liberty dot com slash health and and I will also post the link over in today's show notes which you can find it. Lions of Liberty Dot com slash for two thousand nine. Welcome to the PODCAST. Here's your your your shining beacon of Liberty Martin all right my guest today. Day is a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq wars and a former border patrol agent. He has since quit the border patrol and become a passionate voice speaking out against our current border policy. I I heard that Russell's unregistered podcast sometime ago and I'm pleased to welcome him here today. He is Joshua Children Joshua. Are you ready to roar. You Bet. Let's do this awesome man now Jesse. I think a lot of our listeners have heard you on some other shows on on the for mentioned unregistered with Attias Russell. I know you've been on. Ah Pequignot show Freeman beyond the wall a couple of times But really really WANNA get into you. I with as a kind of where you were before you got into even the border patrol or even a soldier really. I'm kind of curious what your political thoughts were when you were younger and then kind of maybe what you down the path to join the military and eventually joining the border patrol what. What really inspired that? That part of your life There's a lot there yep talk we got all the time in the world. I so I I come from a very blue collar upbringing. I guess you could say my dad was a carpenter. My mom had some jobs here and there but was largely just a homemaker. Say just homemaker. I'm going to catch some feminists for that but anyways for that you're definitely to catch. It prevented for Femina finish it. Yeah exactly they'll get you one way or the other But I I like feminism. It's all cool So yes I was raised Kinda in small all towns. We moved a lot my dad due to my dad's job and we ended up in a tiny tiny little town in Colorado. That's where I ended up going to high school and got there was nothing there that is just it's beautiful Really Nice people and I looked at the people that were sticking around around and like the ones that didn't go to college stick around and get a job and I was like. That's not what I want for my life but I had kind of. I mean I'd always done well in school but I just had no interest in it so by the time I had by the time I senior year came around there. was there's no prospect for scholarship or anything like that and so the recruiter showed up and was like. Hey we'll get you out of here and I said Oh okay. So there wasn't like A. It wasn't a patriotic deal. At all it was it was a necessity it was. I didn't want to stay there I wanted to get. I wanted to go somewhere where I couldn't leave a ticket out of town. Essentially right right if I if I would have gone to college say I could. I could take Out Loans and I can always just turn tail and run. Can't do that in the army so it was kind of a you know. I knew myself well enough to know that that that they would keep it was that sort of an unintentional way to boxer end sort of force yourself to commit by joining up with someone that was going to force you to commit. What kind of whether you want senator? Not Yeah I think so and I mean it was ninety nine so it was. I joined in ninety nine and there's no horizon of war as far as I could see so I thought I'm GonNa go get some job training. I I was a welder. You know that was my job skill that I learned in the learn to shoot at the shoot some more at the range and you know guys exercises and right. Yeah I got paid to work out every day it was it was kind of a sweet Gig I they sent me to. Korea was my first duty station and you know it was still peacetime. It was very peaceful there so I mean we went out every night it was it was great and obviously at yeah. Obviously that changed a couple years later. Yeah yeah very much. So far is like philosophically. I mean my father was a very very conservative and I would work with him over the summers and we listen. Listen to rush. LIMBAUGH A G Gordon Liddy Dr Laura Berry very right wing. That was my first kind of exposure to politics ticks but I loved it. I really really enjoyed hearing the you know Aaron concepts and the ideas and everything so I kinda ate it up but being a rebellious as young man that I was I left home and just threw it all out the window. kind of Alternative Music Punk rock some some hip hop stuff like that so kind of counter cultural stuff anyways and you know once I was out on my own. That's just really really what I gravitated towards was I. I didn't really hang out with other army. Dudes I'd go and like find a coffee shop in like hang out with the other. punks and the the Raver kids in like the you know beat Knicks. It just just kind of anybody that was like not normal. I wanted to be around. So that was. That was kind of where I found myself early early on in life. So my my first real Exposure to libertarianism Because I would come home on leave. Talk to my dad about all these new Political Ideas I've been finding and you know I called myself a liberal and he's like you know I don't I don't think years much. Liberal as you are a libertarian. Like looked it up and I thought okay well that that does fit pretty well. I started reading a little bit and So the pendulum's gone back and forth on on that throughout my life. It's it's very far in one direction right now but yeah so this is before you really firmly held views. You're just like kind of researching it. You heard the word your dad that said the idea of starting to seep in. But you weren't by any means. Sort of hardcore libertarian. At that point I would say right right and I wouldn't. I didn't even know what it meant. You know like the economics of it. It didn't even come into my views too much later. It was more like. Oh I WANNA do whatever. I don't want anybody telling me what what to do. I must be a libertarian And I I read a lot of Robert heinlein early on so that that was that was kind of rather when everybody else was reading like Boston. Dot and everything like that. I was reading Heinlein and I was like okay. This is my. This is my political philosophy right. So how did things change for. You know what I heard about nine eleven when you first started getting new orders that were probably way off base of what you originally thought you were going to be doing in the military. What what was that whole experience like got? It was strange so on that day. I had just been sent back to our headquarters from our motor pool to pick up some paperwork paperwork and happened to walk into the office as it's on TV. And I'm watching it. Go down and I'm just like okay. Things are it was just like very clear things were things had just changed and ever on everybody's faces they go back. Tell you guys what happens. Tell them like we're you know basically we're getting ready And we didn't actually right away We were I was in a I was a welder for an artillery artillery unit. There wasn't a whole lot of use for type of artillery in Afghanistan so we didn't go up Ghanistan right there and then but I mean immediately it was like come. Come and go as you please just show up to work was was our mindset then overnight it was like we have twenty four hour guard rotations. John's on Bass and there's lines to get in and out of the base because there's like super tight security now and you have to actually show your ID to get in and and it was just overnight. Things it's completely shifted and never went back to the way they were before we know from your story. Of course that I inner times a Border Patrol agent. We all know you started to question that Eventually individually quit. But I'm curious in your time in the military was where there are points where he started to question that mission as well or are we not really you know at that point so going to if Iraq I was I mean I was pretty deep into punk rock and very skeptical about everything especially everything government related and I hated the military. I thought it was stupid. It's like the most inefficient way to do. It really really is just a email bombing. Things isn't the best way to from the ground out of problems just like you know I think Einstein said something something to the effect of like I have no respect for any man that marches in columns and rows like just at just the way that they walk across the street and everything that they do. It's just inefficient and stupid. And it's kind of an interesting juxtaposition between your interest in love of punk rock because what's less punk rock than than being in the military and lining of enrolling following orders. Yeah Yeah it was. Yeah that that part of me blossomed at at the wrong time or maybe the right time or the right the time. Yeah Yeah but Yeah walking around the barracks in like flatten spikes and steal kept boots. You get some some looks especially from the higher ups but anyway so back to. Yeah when I found out I was going to Iraq I was like I just assumed. Okay yeah weapons of mass destruction. We gotta go do this. So so I guess I was Mostly along for the ride and honestly a cringe looking back a little bit now but I was just like I'm a part of history like I'm going to go experience a part of history as very excited about that. I have always not well not always I was I was kind of a grownup honestly but You know being in the military and kind of pushing myself a little bit I. Did you know develop thirst for like excitement and adventure so the idea of flying around the world and going to a foreign place seeing something brand new that most people never see. That was very exciting to me and I went and it was very was a very exciting deployment. I mean we got mortars launched. Data's on a fairly regular basis but they're very inaccurate and nothing even got close so it was just like you got used to it and it was a pretty. I mean were neat parts about it but so I went and I mean I only spent spent five or six months there and then might they. I was supposed to be getting out. They held on to me just to to go to the to to go on the deployment employment and then once you know quote unquote. The mission was accomplished in. You know when when the president stood on the ship and said you know mission accomplished. We're all oh good. Yeah those of us that weren't considered essential. We could go home so I left and I don't know I didn't. I didn't really think that much about it. And then it was. You know I I got out went just went to work and then a few years later I was like wow these these wars are still going on right. Didn't we accomplish that mission. I could've that's right and we were told so there was live me that looked at that and I thought well you know these guys that that I that I like. You know like hanging out with that you know that I served beside. They're still over there still going back and I only did that one little little time so I see there was a part of me just like I needed to do more you know. So that's when I joined the National Guard I found out that the Arizona Guard was going to to Afghanistan and I I literally joined to go to Afghanistan. I mean 'cause I knew going right away and they're like well six year contract. I'm like well I'll just ride the other five years out that's But I did I. I went Ghanistan and I I request to infantries. I wasn't just a welder. was actually out going on patrols and stuff like that and still. It wasn't all that exciting. It wasn't what I was looking for kind of one of that excitement. I wanted to experienced that That oh crap moment of like am I gonNA deliver die and you know there were some kind of scary parts but it it it never materialized to be the you know the Hollywood version version of it that I was seeking right right luckily so was that like somewhat disappointing in a way. It was not as exciting as he thought it would be. It was it it was part of it. Was The you know the excitement that was lacking but also part of it as previously stated. It's a horribly inefficient inefficient efficient machine. So we had a really good group of guys in my platoon and we. I mean we could have accomplished a fair amount of things but our our chain chain of command was just so scared to do anything scared to get involved in anything so they basically shot down any any missions nations that we proposed so we more or less walked around a lot and like showed a presence. was what you know I Guess Show Oh force or a presence patrol like basically just showing people haywar here. Don't forget that we're here so a lot of it just felt like wasted time And there was you know. I'm analyzing everything all the time Namm show there were there. Were definitely points. Where I've you know sitting on my caught? I was thinking like yeah. I don't really blame these guys. That are like shooting rockets at us taking potshots at us like if they came to Colorado or they came to Arizona And and set up shop and and marched through my streets. I'd be taken shots too. So famous rampal speech where he says you know. What if there are Chinese troops in Texas? How do we respond? If you're right reversed right so there was that but I'm also a little stubborn so you know in my mind and well just because my little national guard unit was a little inefficient and not doing things the best way. Well that just means special operations those guys as they go in bed with the locals they go and like work with the locals and find out the nitty gritty and like they they get the good intelligence and they're the ones that are actually getting stuff up done so that was what I decided to do. Instead start trying out for for that see. It's still sort of had the Hollywood image in your mind of that of that's I think that's like a special forces side right and I'll say this I was single. No Kids No. It was just me so it was like it was. They had the luxury of making all these reckless decisions right so that was basically when I got back from Afghanistan I worked. I worked for like a year and I wanted to school so I went back to school. Fulltime started using my gi bill. And but I also started training to to try out for for special operations. National Guard has a kind of a a pathway to do that and then you have opportunities to go active if you want to but anyway so I was. I was training for that going to college. And I just happened to put in an application with the border patrol off of the advice of a buddy of mine is like yeah He. He did it for his civilian job. He was in the guard. Do He's like yeah. I think you'd really you like it. You know if you like being outdoors like guns Kind of exciting sometimes. But you're basically on your own you know you don't really have anybody telling you what to do and I thought alkyl. That sounds interesting so I I put the application in and kind of forgot about it. I mean it was a really long. Hiring process took close to two years before actually got a job offer from the point that I that I put my application in so I you know I'm going to college and it's time to either sign up for the next semester Go do my try out for the Special Forces or take this job offer from the border patrol and there's no like there was no patriotism or you know love of country or anything built into this decision was literally just well if I go to the border patrol and yeah I don't like it. Army in college are still going to be there right. So armee where they're gonNA keep you in the job. You can quit like any other right right so it was just it. Was You know purely just a logical deduction and so I went thoughts going in like did you have any political ideas. Are Philosophical ideas about immigration about borders. was even something on your radar. Well so in it you know in between my time in the Army National Guard I you know I mostly worked construction and we didn't have podcast Enza. Really the only thing there was was talk radio because I you know I don't really you know there was none of the music that they played on. The radio is my kind of thing so talk. Radio was the only thing I had so I mean my only real opinions of immigration policy came from what rush limbaugh Glenn Beck had to say which is basically you you know well legal immigration good illegals bad you know stop the terrorists Cetera et Cetera. So that was kind of my. I mean I didn't have really strong feelings on the other. It was just like well. The job needs to be done as we'll be going into this job maybe with a vague idea about immigration or borders. But but it doesn't sound like something that was a major issue thought about and then so what what was day to day life like as a border patrol agent. What was a typical day? Like how often were you. Actually encountering unlike literal immigrants that you had to actually physically and I don't know if you're chasing them down on foot or what. What what? What was that experience like? How often was it? Maybe just kind of boring just sitting around and including so I went to Yuma and Yuma was an like two thousand five two thousand six two thousand seven being completely overrun. I mean it was a madhouse there. You go on youtube and see videos of like you know. Just groups and groups of people just rushing across crossed and then so that's when George W decided to take action and went down to huma and got all the fences builds builds and by two thousand eight. All the fencing and everything was built and and You know they called it they got it under control so you know activity kind of died off and they thought Oh we won. You know we solve the problem because their apprehensions just went from like hundreds a day. Hey to like a few a week And that was like that's kind of the story that they told us as we were coming in. They're giving us the history three of of Yuma station. They're telling us that and I don't remember when it was but somewhere along the way I was like they're coming here for jobs. UPS and in two thousand eight. Something happened with all of our jobs. Here in a Farouq. Maybe the fence didn't do as much as we thought it did. Maybe it was a Stop being jobs for them to come over to look for so basically they did they. Put up the fencing and if you just look at that section of the pie that slice where Huma operates Yeah apprehensions did go down. But if you look at the stations to the east and the stations to the west their apprehensions probably what went up a little bit. They just found in a different weaker point to to come and through right or a longer more dangerous section of desert across through some people might might hear this and regardless of their thoughts on immigration might be thinking Oh so while walls do work you know offensive works so what. What are your thoughts on that I mean? Do you think these is if the moral Parsi for a moment is that kind of thing and effective way to Stamm. Legal immigration is effective to appoint so I like to use San Luis says a head of a metric. You know it's it's in the very corner of the state of Arizona the Southwest Corner And in that little corner of the state there are three layers of fencing is a really one of those really tall fences. And then there's Maybe fifty yards and then another tall offense and then just enough room for a vehicle to drive through and then a chain link fence so there's three fences right in a row and they have to get over all three of those to get into the neighborhood neighborhood which is like a football field away So if I'm working in San Luis Arizona on the West Side. I've got less than in a minute. If somebody comes over that fence the first fence I've got less than a minute to get from wherever I am too there to apprehend so those fences fences generally bias. That minute So it can be effective to a degree. Now that's where that's where the The the closest neighborhood is now if you start going up the north side of the of the border and the neighborhoods Abraham is a little bit farther away and there's not as much visibility on them. They have cut through the fence with torches axes There's this Mesh that I've seen they've broken through with screwdrivers Cordless Saws in the time that I was there. There were two tunnels discovered in that little little like two miles section so tender ground underground tunnels to tunnels in six years. It had been discovered now. How many of them haven't been discovered So they they are effective to a degree especially around populated areas. But if you're talking about like a wide open area which if they're saying they want a wall or fence along the whole border you're talking about a wide open area some of those places that's three or four day trek from the border up to a highway so it if it takes them forty five seconds to to get over the fence you've delayed their four day track by forty five second and you've billions of dollars to do it so it just like there's parts where it just doesn't make any percents And there's parts where depending on your view it makes a little bit of sense to get a little bit of control horses. Kitty cats. I have to jump in here for one second and tell you about another great libertarian. PODCAST and this one is not your typical podcast. This one doesn't really focus so much on the ideas of liberty but on music music and who doesn't love music in some form or another. I guess people don't but who really wants to know those people anyway. Let's be honest anyway. The show is aptly titled. Sounds like liberty. Liberty sounds like liberty is hosted by liberties favorite nerdy husband. Nick picone and his wife Lizzie. They speak to guess every single week to find out who has has the best music taste here. In an Kapustan alliance liberty have actually been on the show at least a good number of US myself Brian McWilliams and Howie Snowden have all been on sounds like liberty. We're still waiting for the John Episode. We're not actually sure if John Listens to music because we already know he doesn't watch movies. So here's what I want you to do. I want you to go ahead head and go on over to an CAP. MUSIC DOT COM and check out. Sounds like liberty or just search. Sound like liberty on your favorite podcasts. Are That's all I do. I am I stick completely to the pike actors but sounds like liberty is an excellent show and really does a great job of merging culture music and liberty together. I highly recommend this program program if that wasn't enough. The show is co hosted by an African American female and CAP. I mean what what more could you ask for. And by the way nick did tell me to say that in the ads they do check out. Sounds like liberty to and CAP MUSIC DOT COM right now to learn more what were your interactions with immigrants like immigrants that you apprehended did did you know. I don't know how much actually spoke to them. I guess there's probably a lot of the language barrier but I'm just curious like did you learn anything new that maybe you know something about what a lot of these people were going through and the reasons they were coming over that maybe you hadn't thought of before. Oh yeah yeah well Like I said I worked construction Between between my time in the military and you know as you as you might be able to imagine a lot of my co workers were immigrants In that field and most of them were Super Nice guys and pleasure to work with in a hard worker all that stuff so so I think over time I started to see those guys that I had worked with previously in these people that I were catching so you know in muster every day you know they they like to harp on will last night so and so caught this guy and they took him back actor processing in Mile Long He'd been convicted of murder previously. Or you know he's a rapist or this or that so they really highlight those cases where there are actual bad guys So that's you know I'm not saying I'm not trying to sugarcoat. Didn't say that like will you know everybody's just like skipping across the border with flower petals dropping behind them like no there are some bad guys There's there's there's still dudes that I'm like I remember. Member like looking at them and seeing dead is and just being like that. I hope that doesn't fight back like you know. There is some scary dudes down there but there's also Is What people would physically resist or people generally say okay. I'm I'm caught by border patrol. Like I know that I can't answer. Most of the time they were they were like yeah. You Got Avenue like pretty compliant And even the Times where they kind of like. They'll test the waters a little bit like they'll buck up a little bit as long as you just like you know. Maintain aggressiveness with them and let them know like no. You're not getting you're not getting the better of me today. Usually fizzles out pretty quick I think in the time that I was there there was one shooting. I one of the agents ended up shooting A guy that he was a guide and in had a huge criminal history so if he would have gotten caught he would have spent some serious time when he say he was a guy who was a guiding other people across the border he was guiding others And the group his his group had gotten caught and he was trying to make his way back to Mexico and so in other agents immigrants will kind of get together and hire someone that sort of leaves them in the best way across the border and Sorta make sure they get there and then so that works. So that's kind of a little known part about the border. Like the the guides the the cartels that run the trafficking operations like they have complete control of the border. Like if they have there's head hunters who like patrol around there on the Mexican side looking for people who didn't pay and if you didn't pay like like you either cough it up or you're just GonNa you know they're gonNa take care of you would have on the cartels control that side of the border more than you guys control to your side of the border. Well yeah they don't have any rules so I mean you're not gonNA kill their family if they get arrested and what happens if we I I. I shouldn't say this because it might give people ideas. But if we were completely ruthless and bloodthirsty we probably could gain control of the border. You know over at some point but Yeah I don't foresee ever. I hope they never ask that. Begs the question that I mean. Obviously I bet most of these people coming over would rather not deal with cartels would rather not you know interact with these people that are that are obviously violent and can have retribution against them. If they don't pay or what have you. So what drives someone to do you these things. What drives someone to take the risk of crossing the border first of all just the physical risk and then they added risk of dealing with cartels You know why did he go through all this. What is motivating them to do? So some people seem to think they just want to come here to vote. Democrat would seems like a lot a lot of work just to go go for Democrats. I don't know if that's the motivation you've ever heard but I'm curious what what are some of the motivations that you found as you're sort of encountering these people so every person that we catch you know when when you catch somebody you know right when you see you have to ask them. You know their citizenship where they came from why they came on your identity their basic information and you send them back to you know you take them or send them back with a transport unit to the processing center and that's where they do all their whole their whole case filed basically. They're they're prosecution jacket And when you're doing that when you're when you're assigned a processing you've got like a thousand and one questions you've got ask him and you ask them all the same stuff. Why did you come to America? Well again America because my brother-in-law lives here and he said he could get a job at the tire shop or my kids here. He's a citizen but it You know I haven't seen him in four years and as he wants me to come so I can't you know it's it's literally I mean. There's there's a limited number of stories but like they're all kind of you've revolving around like I WANNA be with my family and I wanna work and I you know family and opportunity are right threat things And they they comply with the cartel. 'cause they don't have any other choice like it just doesn't the only them it doesn't make any sense. Take the risks. They know it's just built into into their thinking. Like if I if I'm GONNA go do this I have to pay the fee. They just don't want to drive home because a lot of he'll might you the people that don't fully understand maybe not listening to this show because a lot of people are our listeners are very smart but I know a lot of people might hear these stories and be like so. Why don't they just do this? Legally you know. Just just do it. Legally that's all we're asking we're just saying don't come in here illegally illegally anyway. Don't hop our fence follow our laws do it. The right way and everything should work out. Fine what's the problem with that with that thought not process will. That's what I thought too. So I go to the cavs Nassar then I went to the academy and You you know you. You Learn Immigration Gratien Law Naturalization Law you learn applied authorities which is basically how you can do your job within the confines of the Fourth Amendment especially but the constitution has a whole Which I was? I was very encouraged that that was like a class that we had to take. I mean it's a sobering class encouraging. Actually something I mean the. Yeah Yeah I mean you never know how much you People throw it out the window once they get to where they're going but I you know as somebody that cared about that sort of thing I was. I was at a an stop by a lawyer. So so it's not like you've got some all. The rest of the classes are taught by agents or supervisors So yeah you learn all the classifications for the visas and the disqualifier is and and categories and all that stuff see you come out of their thinking like oh well right. There's all Lee's visa categories. Why don't people just take them? But you start to realize like oh well first of all if you've got a guy who wants to come and pick lettuce listen field which that's what a lot of them just WANNA do. Huma is a big agricultural area. There's tons of field work to be done and you know. I don't think they're ever turning people away. So if you you take a guy and a lot of the older people that I would know that we'd catch and I've talked to them. They don't read or write. Most the younger ones are. They're they're more a little bit more English they can read and writes They're a little bit more educated gated but the older ones a lot of them. Don't read right so first of all. How are you going to fill out government paperwork to apply for a visa? If you can't read or write I mean that that there's a barrier to entry right there but Just the system is so convoluted just to get a work permit. You have to somehow contact employer. Get that employer to the hiring you. Basically I commit the hiring able to beat them and there's has all these hoops that the employer has to jump through so it I mean it does happen but it's like there's so such a high high barrier are your entry such A. It's such a difficult process for the vast majority of people that WANNA call. Even tourist visa is not easy to get if even even just to come over and and I guess the reason for that being. WELL WE WANNA make sure they're not someone who's going to purposely come on a visa justice day and then work or what have you because how how terrible yeah well. Yeah but I mean so since since leaving I've done a little bit of research and So visa applications nations that were filed in. I don't know exactly the category of East about visa. Applications that were filed in the nineties are now being reviewed so like that's the backlog from if you filed a visa application from Mexico in the mid nineties the immigration services now getting around to to reviewing those applications so that's that's even crazier than than I thought it was. Oh when I read it. I looked at it a few times in like tried to double check. Those people are just dead now right right and just taking up a place in line or given up entirely. Yeah or just crossed Austin their own. Because they're like screw this. I'm not waiting So yeah I mean the really is unless you're going to marry someone unless yes you're going to school here Unless you have a specialized skill or I mean there's there's a few other it's almost impossible. There really is almost no legal way to do it right and it took me years years to figure that out. That's the biggest problem. Whenever I hear this argument of just do it legally nobody that says they can possibly actually unless they're being dishonest? I don't think most people are being honest. I think most people just don't know they can't possibly understand how how difficult that process is to the fact that in reality it's almost nonexistent. That's how difficult is for those people I would say. Let's let's make it easy. Go read well go. Read Alex Rasta go. Go read anything from Alex or David Beer at Kato or getting a Alex on Michelle Pretty soon as well. He's like he's been so. My biggest fear was that I was going to leave the border patrol and then come across some realization that made me made me realize I made some huge mistake and I was exposed. Alex After I left and he and I actually ended up doing a talk together together in. DC AT LIBERTY CON- this year. It was a great talk of but he has one hundred percent solidified that I did the right right thing like his work is just fantastic when it comes to this stuff so was it really your experiences with immigrants like one to one and seeing seeing them assuming that started to make you question the entire position and the entire your job overall. Well yeah I mean like I always explain it. I I describe it as like a gut feeling a gut reaction to something isn't right about this and I used to really enjoy. I enjoyed the chase and then when we catch somebody like you couldn't wait to get back and get their finger. Fingerprints rolled to see. If you got a bad one like you know you you you caught somebody base that of data you go roller fingerprints and you find out if they've got a criminal history and you you always hope like oh I hope I got a really bad one. was there ever a point system. Your Co workers like Oh well making bets on who wants to pick up the general bragging rights but Now then at first it was like you kind of start. You start to be able to tell just by body language looking at somebody's face you can tell if somebody is like you know wants to kill you or if they're just like ashamed that they just just got caught or whatever. I got the majority of people that you catch are somewhere between just afraid or just. You know resigned to the fact that I've been caught and there's there's nothing I can do a lot of actual violent resistance even when you do catch a quote unquote real criminal right right those. Those instances of violence are very rare And like I said there was one shooting once shooting incident. The whole time I was there maybe a few times tasers were used or you know a baton or it's up to like pretty rare. When did you first so to really question your job to the point that you're like okay? I don't think I can do this anymore. I think I have to leave. was there a certain point in your mind that that you can pinpoint where you start to started to from questioning it into a point where you actually had like a moral issue with what you're doing so the gut feeling was nagging being at me but I was like okay. I've got a wife kids. A house mortgage payment And a career. Now like I've been doing this for several years now and I want to. I can buy military time back to add my retirement. I'm like am I gonNA throw this away for gut feeling. So here's if you don't WanNA learn anything about yourself. Don't ever write anything here. Here's my exercise. I was an actually it kind of ties back to To Thad Russell I was GONNA go to Thad Russell's roles His podcast was like my favorite when I listened to it at work and he was having his live event in La. So while you still work for border patrol the white while I still worked for So even though I was having these like gut feelings about it it was like I still i. I still clung to like okay. Well maybe we're doing it the wrong way but yeah we still need something you know. We need some sort of enforcement like maybe what we're doing isn't exactly right but like we still need. You know you still have to control immigration right. Maybe do it a little better her right so I decided well okay. I'm GONNA write down. I'm going to write an essay You know I've taken English one or two. I'm going to write an essay a Cited and everything. I'M GONNA build out my ideas. Hi Dea my case for why some form of immigration control is good and I started writing and rewriting it and re and I'm like everything that I'm using to justify this job to myself is a fallacy like everything is just full of holes and doesn't hold any water so you're sort of like defeating her own argument as you attempted to write this in an honest way right right I could of just written it like you know like a like a a an an talk. Radio host does and just like rice just kept writing and like hope that people didn't notice is that it was complete bullshit but I kept writing it. I'm like does this isn't this isn't good. This is not a good argument. So I'd I'd try to rework it and and I got to the point where I'm like. What the Hell am I doing? I can't even justify to myself that what I'm doing is is the right thing to be doing or you know that there is a justification for it so that was like that was a chicken. The got's what's like took the wind out a little bit so I went to that Russell's event And you know the first day we went around the Romans said what we did for a living and I told him I was a border patrol agent. And he's like what are you doing here. He's like well. I don't talk to cops so I mean he was joking but I kind of I talked to a bunch of people there and it was an interesting time but I didn't really get a chance to. I didn't even know what to ask him. I was like I was just kind of in a state of confusion but he made some time to talk to me after after the event end like I was like so. What's this? What is open borders? What is I keep hearing you talk about it? Hear other people talk about it like you just mean nothing like just nothing. And he's like like well Bryan captains kind of the the go-to Guy for this. Check out. Check Check Bryan Bryan. Caplan out so I did. I went and downloaded a bunch of podcasts and and found youtube videos and found papers and went to work and listen to it all and that was probably i. I would say when I realized like Oh shit. I can't do this I I can't I can no longer ignore orit. Fortunate part was I still had to come up with a plan I had you know with with all the.

Peter Jesus The Times Bible Luke Jerusalem Pastor Rick Dot Israel Peter Sermon John Pastor Rick Daily Ho- rick US Dr Chuck Mesler facebook Nazareth Rick Dot Com Almond Greece Roy rix
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:02:00 hr | 2 years ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Chachi paramedical would achieve mainstream airplay and shelley long would successfully make the leap from television to fill the onion. The News Network. Did you know you can listen to L. R. N. DOT FM the are free to air satellite channels. We have channels over nearly all of North America And Much of Africa all you need is affordable receiver and a dish as small as thirty inches. There are no monthly fees learn more at SAT DOT FM. Plus if you you are a broadcaster or want to be one this is a good delivery method for our content CR coverage maps and get details at sat dot. FM That Sad L. DOT FM SAT DOT DOT FM. Free speech is protected on the Internet. Right not always government agencies. Try to limit free speech and Commerce on the net. Luckily when they do the Institute for Justice is there to defend your First Amendment right to free speech. I J helps at the first federal precedent for Internet free speech speech in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and ever since his work to prevent unconstitutional roadblocks in cyberspace visit our website today at Ejei Dot. Org where the rubber always meets the road. Actually I'm not not even sure what that means. Speed Radio Network Live at heart dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's the public news service daily newscast for Thursday December. Six two thousand nineteen. I'm Eric Take it off a house. Vote to impeach. Trump could come before Christmas speaker. Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday. That the house would begin drafting articles of impeachment against trump up. She says lawmakers had no choice but to act and that allowing trump to stay in office would come at the peril of our republic. Democrats have charged. The president cendant withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine into digging up dirt on trump's potential rival Joe Biden and the two thousand twenty election hours later at a news. Conference Pelosi erupted after a reporter asked if she hated the president. The speaker shot back that the. US Constitution was the issue at hand and that as a Catholic. She doesn't isn't hate anyone for the second time in less than three months. Young people around the world are in the streets today to take part in global youth climate strike urging cities take action Merck Richardson reports from Arizona rallies organized by the global youth climate strike are expected to draw thousands of students in their adult allies to local city halls to demand. Public officials act to fight the climate crisis. Zach Dennis lead organizer for Arizona. Youth client strike. He says the just showing up they will make specific specific demands of local elected officials that he of Arizona to e clear climate emergencies and make climate action plans that are in line with the science on climate change climate change happening. And it's going to happen whether we like it or not though. He thinks that you should be prepared. For Dennis's you expect students in in their adult allies including workers educators scientists and politicians to be at his groups event in Peoria in the West Valley peak. Flu Season is here when most people check in with their doctors about whether to get a flu shot but for migrants being held in detention centers. That isn't an option and US Customs and border protection has refused to offer. The flu. Vaccine Vaccine to detainees now a group of physicians from across the country is pushing the federal government to allow the group to open a pilot. Flu Vaccination Clinic. Dr Danielle Dinas signed the group's letter to government officials advocating for migrant access to free flu vaccines she says. Detention centers are high risk settings for severe flu cases. So you've taken a very high risk vulnerable population and then you've put them into these very unsanitary conditions. Were you then have people who are surrounded and Few May or may not have flu vaccines and may not know the right precautions to take and it's just kind of a recipe for disaster. She said so far the US Department of Homeland Security. The and Department of Health and Human Services have ignored the request. The traveling clinic would be run by a volunteer network of doctors with a donated stock of vaccines. And in a multi-language consent process. Anyone who is considering getting a flu shot should consult with their medical provider. I'm not a Ramlan. This is P. in in s Maine's relationship with native American tribes is different from other states. But that could soon. Change main treats tribal nations as municipalities rather than sovereign nations which is unique among the states today a task force votes on modifying the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Implementing Act tribes tribes currently follow state law except for internal tribal matters some criminal cases natural resources and gaining rights among other legal areas representative Donna on a Bailey House. co-chair of the Task Force explains the reasoning behind the potential legal changes. The tribes have really asked for US look at is to try to bring their status in the line with John. Wilkes Federal Indian Law Law was first enacted by Congress in one thousand nine hundred eighty to settle a legal dispute between the tribal nations and the state of Maine. That was Laura. Ross Brow Telam reporting in McDowell County West Virginia access to clean tap. ATWATER is a challenge for many. That's why one community is trying something different. A new technology called hydro panels Linda mckinney. Who heads the five loaves and two fishes fishes? Food Bank in Kimball joined with manufacturer zero mass water to have twenty four hydro panels installed at her facility last month. They'll produce clean drinking water about nine hundred. Fifty gallons of month mckinney says it's a much-needed boon to local residents who otherwise rely on sometimes contaminated Tamin water from Duquesne Coal Company water systems. You're dealing with some systems that The piping is one hundred years or more in there was no no funding. No money no tax base to take care of those systems so say thank you so excited eaten as to be a part of this. She says the hydro panels are like solar panels but instead of using sunlight to create electricity they pulled moisture from the air filter. It with sunlight to produce clean water. I'm Diane Bernard an indoor door vertical farm in Jackson Wyoming that produces and sells roughly one hundred thousand pounds of fresh produce. Annually is powered by a workforce built on the concept of diversity. Eric Gladys has more nearly two thirds of vertical harvests workers face disabilities including autism down syndrome or vision speech and learning impairments caroline line. kroft estee is the company's Co founder and says inclusive integrated workplaces are game changers for businesses. Because they bring in new energy. Everybody's it's excited to clock in. They're ready to work there on time. They work hard. It's really shifts the culture and kind of raised the bar for all of us creating creating. It's really beautiful wood workplace where everybody works together and works hard. The three-storey hydroponic operation produces as much food as a traditional five acres soil. Farm Year round and with a lot less water. I'm eric take enough for public. News Service we are membrane listener supported and online at public news service DOT ORG. I remember the one hundred years we have these machines and after a century of more I remember that we still let us make them remember years. You hear declare your independence handcock where we're going to be relatively concern today. I just feel it a common well. John Q. Public. Look Mr Public is going to come in. He just left on a message a beer and a couple of minutes. So I'm really. I'm this all all this comes into play and John is going to help us with a lot of the understanding of this. He's done a lot of research on this and it's going to be fun and he's the one that what kind of tipped us off years ago on the Clinton Administration Foundation a global initiative to neo all and that he just aren't just just take a look at this. And you'll see well I was talking to James Corbett Wednesday ninety asked me goes. Why is this tonight tonight? Why is this such as Tuesday? Why this happens all the time? Would you think it was gonna Y Y you care. And it's because it represented something that a new level that they are so confident. They're so arrogant. They're so filled with Hubris that they they are putting it out in the open that we are going to sell the concept on the New York Stock Exchange in initial public offering valued at a billion dollars for nothing other than corruption. They went public but they're corruption and this you've you've seen it the the interviews and in the eyes and the statements of George Soros and he keeps coming up all the time. I'm but I'm just like damn and go. Yeah and what are you gonNA do about it. I remember that conversation with a bureaucrat. He was the national director of the national trade. Databank you know Blah Blah Blah is all part of this on the tray competitive sack thing and I went in the winter winter of eighty nine. I think it was and I don a night or back. visit her family for Christmas in Pennsylvania and her younger brother. That's now buys president in charge of whatever the hell over at Moody's you know in Manhattan and he was still in. College is junior senior year at Penn state and he went with me. Let's go do you want to see out really works out really worked so we go there and we had some meetings scheduled win Saturday consignees office and you between Christmas Christmas new years. And you're using their fax machine coming from a senator's office they say yes emboss ally and it was amazing what I was able to get away with and in meetings I got and go in in there and I had all my documentation go the laws here. This says was supposed to do. We're here to claim access to this information. Not found you boom there it is I want it and his aide was nervous as hell. He knew manny got caught with their hands in a cookie jar or something he was definitely going to be my buddy but the head guy. He's a made guy that Jack Cra means. I think it was his name. You can look them up Jack Cra means and I go on the kind of our big round coffee table that they had added in his office meeting area and I pushed it over to said we know this is the information that we want and he pushed it back to me and he goes. Yeah Kid and what are you gonNA do about it. It was at that moment that I had a sense that I got mostly was relief. It was like see I knew I wasn't crazy. I knew these guys know I knew. Guide midnight all right cool now we can now are we can deal okay how we got. Neil you're just not China me on about. He was doing this to demonstrate to his aid. Look man we got nothing to worry about. And what the hell you're doing goes. Yeah and we're going to do about as I go. I don't know and I stood up picked up my papers. John stood up my brother in law and I go. What can one person do? I think I'm GONNA find out. That's what started me on this thing when we went to the front door. You you go out of his office. That was off to the you know you walked into this big office and then his it on the right wall. There was a door that went into that office and we went in. And we're going out the door that goes to these big big hallways these these government. Buildings is like you can put a semi truck inside the hallway. I mean he's huge always for some reason I don't know why they pig hallways but so you go out in the door in the hallway and a guy runs up eight and he stops me and he says look we want to work. Yeah I guess they're contacting he was trying to be the good guy. I don't need to go to jail. I mean he was worried he didn't feel like he was a made man he was. He felt there's some guilt something they're going on. I'm like Whoa wait. Relax so good. I came here to you know just to pull the thread of the tapestry. All the way I I wanted to get to where I could. I finally found where one confirmation that what was going on going on. That he's bad guys knew it and they didn't in care and I'm like okay. We're good now. That's what I needed to know because everybody else was filled out the right form like watching Brazil with Robert Deniro as like a one thousand nine hundred eighty four. It was just you know catch twenty two mud. You GotTa do this. You can't do this to do that. And you can't do that until you do this. God God crap penetrating bureaucracy. And that's what I was doing. So once you find you'd see what you're Dealing with okay now. I know what we're dealing with rock and roll. I know what we're dealing with. It's a philosophy. It's a mindset. It's we rule you because you let us because you're too stupid and we tell you we put in law we'll put out. These guys will get up there and say we're going to do to you why you bad bad people being free and stuff the on mother Earth or whatever the reasoning is and. I'm okay all right all right because that's where the power is. It's unjust have an opinion whether they should or not and they gotta do is convince you that they should and when they get control of government education and they have your children's minds and they grow up and and pump full of whatever and everybody's not even sure they're a boy or girl or not. I'm going wow and normalized atlas normal. I'm proud of my transgender kid. which which is fine but making decisions of their sex when they're seven? There's something am I the only one that signal of course. Not How bad does it have to. How far can it be pushed before you push back? Well where do you push back. Why do you push back? They're doing day than those are doing everything they can to try and get us from being autonomous economists Independent on our own land productive not be dependent when you're independent independent declare your independence. What does that mean you know? I declare my independence to where I'm independent. I'm not dependent and all I am. I allowed to do that. No we're a village. Gosh darn it. The collective may built your business of whatever the heck it's an an attitude it's a mindset so I'm Johnson yea so I. This is where I'm going to hit the break in a minute and then we'll to start off with mister public over here as in John Q.. Public your Mr Public now. So we're going to do is we'll delve into this much more intellectual actual in deeper realm and I think John here is going to help us. I'm I look forward to this year. You'll come in. We'll spend a day. WE'LL YAKIMA JACKET BOSTON. Tea Parties. Here you may WanNa come sit in and I got some stuffs talk baggage. y'All caught up on the break. Could be good but the so. This is my the goal for this. We have people like all month. They want to live the life and be just leave me alone and free of kind of young they run up against. You're young doozy. Gastric you. Got A lot of He got a lot of energy enya. There's material technology is getting to Weyrich carriage. Cheap the power yourself. It's cheap compost toilet freaking rain water. I mean there's all in the desert you can collect enough water to live on. But ah you're not allowed from the third letter of Captain Mark The crowns observation conditions us to be dishonest with ourselves. Therefore constant surveillance silence produces a society of constant deception. Honest communication is the seat of civilized conduct to deny us the seeds to deny us. It's fruits but the crowns. Primary objective is to stifle free thought itself to make it. Subjects incapable of dissent season pirates have always encrypted messages and in codes and ciphers to intercept transmissions were incomprehensible but today the crown possesses a band tools pattern recognition that document profile. Alan predict our every move. Today piracy requires hailing frequencies completely invisible to the crown. We are tired of poltergeist in the static looking for a community of like minded scoundrels or just want some swag to let the crown know what you think of it. Join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT COM since time began tyrants taken aim at personal liberties. Now there's a movie that teams back. The government has no more right to tell us what to put putting our bodies than they have to take our guns or tell us what books we can read. six-truck police were eaten by bears. While raiding marijuana farm on your journey Hippie it today many cups enforce pot laws do so only because it provides them with cushy jobs good benefits and a chance to to push people around. I was an undercover narcotics officer. The drug war is nothing but a farce the second amendment says you gotTa keep you engine Gac intact Johnson. Leave the road to freedom a film by Michael W Dean and Nima Dhabi. DVD available now at guns dot com or on on Amazon guns and we'd Dot Com makes the perfect gift remember that's guns and read Dot Com. BITCOIN DOT COM has launched a trading platform at local DOT BITCOIN DOT com allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash via dozens of payment methods. Like Pay Pal L. Then Mo bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash. There are no idea requirements to sign up for and use the site and all communications between buyers and sellers are encrypted did finally a global trading platform that respects your privacy visit local. BITCOIN DOT COM to get started trading. bitcoin cash local DOT BITCOIN DOT DOT COM. Now that you've found the Liberty Radio Network at L. DOT FM. You may want to help expose to our great programs to assist you in doing so. You'll find resources sources at promote DOT DOT FM including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. You can print out and distribute manners for your website as well as files that will allow you make your own custom banners and graphics visit Promote Dot Dot. FM and help bring new listeners to the Liberty Radio Network that's promote dot L. DOT FM among. Excuse me is this where license to start new businesses. Get a license to go out of business to you know. Oh well look invented. This anti gravity machine see you walk into inches above the floor. It's very comfortable on. Shula's fill out these forms and reports of the Human Services Department of Manpower Orientation and register with a Fair Employment Practices Practice Commission in our division of the Employment Standards Administration the State Sales and income tax division the Internal Revenue Service and Social Security Administration of the Department of Health Education Occasion and welfare. And of course Osha Osho. So there was a little town of Wisconsin. You'll find out saint floating around like that can be dangerous check with the Consumer Product Safety Commission. We're not yet come in. Thank I bet you actually are flying. Aren't you look. You need to go over to the Federal Aviation Administration and the transportation. It's very hard to get anything done these days. If you're in business but free enterprise built this country think what could happen if we don't keep it free a public service of this station and the Center for Defense of Free Enterprise Bellevue Washington. We just can't have people floating about unregulated you now now you can follow. NFL on the decentralize mastodon social media platform at two DOT L. DOT FM to dot L.. Dot ought to be a part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred and now The earliest handcock. I'm John You're killing me. He goes let me tell you. What your secret code is it's bribes? Apes Love Ernie because he's always looking for the magic bullet he's usually not wrong. But there's time ways immemorial time immemorial real ways to do things in this world and its bribing politicians. COMEDIANS really comes down to that. It's the gripped man the griff they're all in can't grip and what I want. That's Aaron I wanted to say it say they're going to put their arm around you. They're going to call you those sums up and then you hanging on the envelope of cash theon at the end. That's how it works. I can't mcgovern this. This has been my thing billy shield. You can't collect in money at the church and then handing three thousand dollars to Greg Stanton in cash. That's how it works fired X.. Fire Department chief. Yeah but the church donations or they were collected at Church and small amounts. You know I know billy shields. I'm sure you do let me give you by the way that was in the Arizona Republic so it's not defamation. Anyway this is what happened when I first started doing a lot of this stuff when as scam broke you know there was a big controversy. What so all the sudden they're going to have an ad hoc committee a special Senate Committee Committee? We're doing some committee and they created this thing at the air is an alleged. I forgot all about this to you said his name. They did a group of people they put him because he wrote an article about you know corruption or some crap but what would he do about corruption. He was only the firemen union treasurer. So I went and testified on election law stuff. I forgot all about this. I go in and I gave I can see what's going on. WHO WE BS? Yes and this is just a show thing. It's this this this this billy calls me and he says you're the man they started. They put their arm around you. Give me a job when you look back. You need firemen. They want to hire you and then threat start out now. This is what happened. They had me go down to a fire the station to lift with the firemen lifting weights. We're talking we're Yak and everything. This guy is like the big boy you know. He's a treasure the union the you'll get much higher than that you know so okay. And he's like There was Democrats now. Ten years later there was an initiative initiative that eliminated the Arizona income tax. You remember those guys did that and we would deliver pizzas pizza. Restaurant drivers were a lot of were libertarians and they were delivering to the Firemen Union. Guys that were the opposition to that mission and they were just chat him up and talk. Doc Nee get tell them everything and give them a pizza and pizza driver. What are we tell them everything? We'll love to talk yeah. The Golf Caddy Valet Club of TATA. We we we had all kinds of contacts man. We're learning all the kind of stuff so our like what the heck I even saved A. It was a big check to one hundred and something dollars ninety cash for a long time. I just had it from them by pizza from me and I just put it in a little brother it so what happened. Ten seniors pray previous to that and then we had you know they got that taken. It was on the ballot had the signatures and they had it removed. All it's multiple issues and not allowed to do that and I could see a poison pill they knew it was gonNA pass. They add a people behind it so they had a group give a chunk of money if they would would include in this elimination of the state income tax that all congressional candidates had the sign whether they were going to eliminate the national income tax or not so it was multiple issue and John Pill Boys and Phil from the beginning and John warned him he goes. Look you can't do you know no one. Unlisted because it's a great idea and everyone in it because they then those you did sneak their way in you know how this works a lot of people doesn't they don't know I'm looking I'm gonNA look. They're doing this on purpose. They're not helping you you know. It's like the legislators come to our vaccine education summit thing they want to find a jump in front of and you know they're going to. I told them they're sitting going traders. I I just want you guys to know you play this game. You do it my new best friend. I will ask him seem so McQueen and these I know because today it's today it's an open air bazaar of corruption it's as scam every senate and of every that's scam. I am broke because it was like this. This is what the Teneo thing I did. Did you hear my thing would Corbett. I didn't at corporate looked at it when he didn't really do the research. I was hoping that he would do because he was going. Ernie why do you care. It's specter. Ryo is literally James. Bond specked backed Teneo intelligence in every capital around the world. We were worried that you knew you were awesome. Oh Strategy Consulting today L. even have public pension management Teneo public pension managed Nail Holdings Holdings as as umbrella corporation operation. They have to NATO logistics. It's called it's called something else. But it's a Timoteo subsidiary that moved the uranium one uranium to Russia. They've got it. Aw Man got its specter show and I had a article called spectre with the logo on it that I put out. I don't know if I got that from you by. Here's how saw you know. And and James The reason is because this is the first time except it reminded me a win asking before broke that legislative. Or call me in your shoes to Gary. They're like Sandra Day or explaining it to me. Now you gotta go. Why are you here? What you where's your envelope? Slope with. Cash the hell you said you had support of the exporters got it. Yes supports he wanted me to find out what I'm sorry. I didn't know support men in a bag of cash. Give me your your sear glossary about today. Oh like this. Imagine ask him. But there's a consulting firm as a layer ear on top of all that corruption and they make everything look nice and legal and they've got billions dollars but now extend that consulting firm if you will on a global basis has to every capital in the world every state every intelligence agency every everything there that consulting layer that keeps things nice and clean when the money comes out and then to the politics you know what I found out. There's a thing called APCOA. ABC Oh it's like I think that's what it was. It was like tornadoes younger or older brother or something from the United Kingdom and they was doing research they merged or they're trying to buy out. Its you know one. It's like having the when the Internet started. And you had all these on ramp and indirect everybody in your grandma was had some servers in the back of their gun store or something and they're selling thirty dollars a month to get your audio access to whatever and they all got bought up and they all got consolidated and then Google bought everything and then everything's at and T. variety is you could see it happening and it was going on an international scale so Corbett was like what the hell it's Tuesday man. Of course they're doing this and I'm going. I had this feeling before I mean it was a choked up. Can You WANNA cry thing you know and I. I'm going there so convinced that they can do this so filled with Hubris that they're doing it on the New York freaking stock exchange you can invest in corruption are us and it was set there to go in February area. Seventeen January that we after the inauguration. Yeah I think it was early February and I think it was right after the inauguration that they were doing and it was when Hillary Clinton is president. Here we go and I was like wow. That's what concerns me that it was gone so far and Spector was so deep and so pervasive so globally that it was an investment opportunity. uh-huh anybody which is John here. That's what he does all GonNa Make Bank. I what they're going to do this. You freaking freaking. Why did you move to the Shire? I moved here to the Shire. Because there's other people around who take liberty just as seriously as I do. I moved to the Shire because I saw videos of people challenging authority and thought that I could get support myself. It called to me like do this right now. I wanted to be around people like me. You got it and once I got here I knew there was no or else I wanted to be. I've always wanted to change the world so I moved to the Shire to join people people who were actually working towards doing the same thing. The people here are awesome loving and positive it was for the adventure and for the the feeling of something important is happening here and I just wanted to come to sort of be part of that visit Shire Society Dot Com to read and sign the Shire Society Declaration and learn the reasons. Why if you love liberty? You should immigrate to the Shire. Plus connect with others via the forum at Shire Society Dot Com. That's Shire Society Dot Dot Com to the protection of life liberty and property is is what about but it's an it's an effort to move twenty thousand people who understand it's about demonstrating to the entire country. Yeah we can have a free market a truly market making it just a great place to live. It's the world's largest while interests libertarian community and it's only getting bigger that's amazing to be able to move to a place for other people's passionately passionately believe in being free and independent with the Free State project is managing to do though is to put their money where their mouth is physically getting up across the country and saying let's go someplace. It's a demonstration the power of these ideas. There's a lot of kind of philosophy that surrounds liberty. There's a lot of thinking about it and talking about it. But here in New Hampshire people are doing one hundred one reasons. Liberty lives in New Hampshire a documentary by Free State project early. Movers Watch it free at one reasons. Film Dot Com one. Oh one reasons film DOT Com. I'm crazy about my magic MUTT. This is the most important oral care. Product created this millenium. And I'm not kidding. We all have different opinions on politics and issues but we all have mouths and I want yours to be as clean as possible with teeth as bright as they were meant to be. I will never be without my magic mud. It's a little surprising but man. Does it work work. If you only listen to one thing I say ever go to my magic mud dot Com and get twenty percents off with Code F. T. L. my magic mud dot com code F. T. l.. There are lots of ways to listen to free talk. Live or podcast has been around since podcasts began and now the F. T. L. feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives arrives. Did you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest and one with just us the Edgerton Post. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com when you're coping with bad news and the news media come calling and they will don't clam up as notorious political figures. Find out the hard way the cover up can be worse than the crime. So get out in front of unfavorable news about your company your group or organization or yourself. The sooner you confront front a negative story the sooner it will be over responding as quickly as a negative stories as you do. Positive ones enhances your credibility ability hiding embarrassing information or lying will do more damage than damage control. Never Stonewall tell your side of the story US specifics. Specifics and detail what corrective action has already been taken respond in kind if the issue is emotional. Don't sound like a cold unemotional. Mr Spock for more tips on critical communication skills for the way things are now hits. SURVIVAL SPEECH DOT com. I'm Holland Cooke. This is the Liberty Radio network broadcasting the latest liberty oriented audio content. Twenty four hours a day at L.. RN DOT FM. It's time for declare your independence with Ernest handcock. Drop a bomb on you the buff I. There's one thing I wanna do we're going to make use of this is going to be. This is kind of the cool part of what I do this is. This is where I really enjoyed this. We had Georgia Listener. And that's all I know Georgia's because it's always. Po Box Atlanta Georgia. So I'd Jauregui and every month you'll send me some junk silver silver just encouragement and support and kind of you know the track. This I mean that kind of thing. So he sent me a bunch of silver gold. I know no you like everybody needs a little bit of gold and six hundred dollars less than six hundred dollars value really. Yeah it is. It's less than that but I mean why. Why is that significant? Is that like a gift thing really. Well he's keeping it in. That's cool that's cool. Thank you George Mr Listener but I got. I'M GONNA put your money to work. I'm trying to advance. and He. He hasn't said Hell no yet. Last night. I was talking to Boston. These like we all got other other stuff to do but this is the kind of research Eddie does he dissect it. At Freak. It is young man is for book was on the IRS. You know and then Hologram Program of liberty on how the constitution where that came from so Boston Gun Bible on privacy on a great white hundreds of our dreams and great white one hundred doing tracking and guiding so on in South Africa. And whatever. So I'm going and I said you know I got with Mark Stevens. I said. Adventures ventures in legal and. It's worth two hundred dollars to me if you can find just the origin story for this occupancy thing. Now you're saying I chicago. Fire had something to do with some guys said well. It was after the civil war. Nate turned everybody. In the Fourteenth Amendment citizen thing and they did and your landseer's now kind of crap and then of course thirty three and FDR and then on and on and on and just kind of layers a pilot but it's all started during the progressive era. It was into the eighteen hundreds under so then you get into tragedy and hope and seesaw roads. And you know Richard Grove and James Corbett people and you go in. There was a philosophy. There was something that was a socialist nationalist kind of mentality and then they beach in government. School it was the Fabian Society. From Britain. ORWELL'S IN H G wells. Huxley was in it and his his brother Julian Huxley who became First Secretary of WHO World Health Organization. You're going to take. Because their goal was this was the bring the united. Did States that breaking narrow Wales back into the empire back under the control. We need to have. Yeah you got a bunch of we want to be part ours damaged and it was a A. There's a tactic and a technique. And it's just it's the Lords of whatever the hell dark side of and frequent source looks like palpable scene where his name is anyway. Children's stem cell transfusions. Okay we're jumping. Oh It's the billionaire transfusion program all for them staying young and all. There's a reason why there's there's child trafficking and it's not just all for your baser your base. Those guys pacers desires. They want their stem cells in their plasma Terron Lupo saw on Freedoms Phoenix and in his book it has all these headlines from Freedoms Phoenix the way he structured it and it was an article on how older mice were made young by direct transfusions. Do this isn't let me centers. Let me finish okay. So what he did is he goes. I'm write a book. Is called one nation under blood or something like that and what it was. Was this very technique in the future. This guy. He's at some tax protests and he gets hit on the head and he wakes up ten years later you know I kind of thing and his family and whatever and what what had happened transpired. During that time they children found out that their blood was worth money. And they're selling their blood on the black market and then it got to wear well. It's security thing. The older people have they deserve that from each according to their ability so they just you know milk the kids and kind of get blood to keep the old young back in history. Let's let's go. Is this new technology. The elites have been doing this since at least the Middle Ages if not thousands of years ago working vampire stories come from Oh authors this monster. That's comes in the middle of the night and steals children and drinks their blood vampires. It's bullshit excuse me it's bowl duty because has it was elites who were stealing children from adults. Drink in their goddamn blood to get the stem cells and then they made a cover story of others. He's monsters out in the forest. It's it's so stupid they've been doing it for hundreds of thousands of years drinking kids bloods because they knew they knew that. They didn't know stem cells at the time time but they knew the blood of children would revitalize him at least drinking. It has a much lower F activity than injecting stem cells. But they knew that there was something they're back in the fourteen hundred in the biggest thing is is they're willing to try tr- willing to try doing you'll say hey against all. We Ate Fred. We could take off a few months. You feel better. If you drink this kid will bring that get free printing the one kid trains out out of war a perpetual time in this segment. I WANNA finish this part here so anyway we have talking to Boston. I said look I'm mark Stevens to give me the origin story for this philosophy. Them taken the land. Do I WANNA know where in America that. That's I guarantee you start America piece out. Homestead get your land go. It's yours and we'd come not permit. We don't care okay go start your own Own Town on the lone prairie of crap and they were like no we gotta your town or maybe in your what out in the a desert unincorporated. I'm on the land of bite me. I'M GONNA wear to debt. What's your origin story for that? What was the the public outcry who who manufactured desire and it takes money in and resources and politicians graft and the you know the builder's education system so I go you need so many segments to make that happen? They have to be overlapped. There has to be a plan. There was something something so I'm going. Yeah everybody's researched a bunch of stuff. I I want that one. I can't just two freaking desert here. What are what are you care so they do so? I go two hundred dollars. ooh Yeah it's like I said you have mark Stevens. Give me the origin story. Because he'll go and research and some microfiche of newspaper soften right so I'm going okay. So then I said why tell you. What a great idea? I just got from a contributor in Georgia so I'm gonNA put George Listener. We're here you go this out works. I've done this before different. People got you know. It's awesome whenever I see these opportunities. There's one hundred and fifty dollars cash in here and silver and so I said Yeah. It's like two hundred bucks. I'll tell you what this is the contract between me and you Boston I'll give you two hundred dollars in silver and cash and if you'll agree to write the a book on that because he's already way down the road on like you going. Yeah but it was asked. What the book okay? We do this contract year two three whatever he's taking a year. I've probably got time and you know he's busy. He's fifty hour week. Dune whatever but you know what else. Are you GonNa do facebook so anyway. So he goes. Goes you do this so we can come in here and a little while hopefully before the end of the show. I'm GonNa try and convince them to do this. We can take listeners. Resources to to put towards finding this. This is how it happens and it begins and Boston would be a perfect guy for this. I mean you read his book. That's fantastic stuff. I I mean so. You're thinking tackle this and he goes and I go. We'll send you all the stuff that we got him as my book I all. They know committee the crap and I go well. I wouldn't have it any other way but I mean you might want research help because we got the freedom force guys and you know with GOP Griffin. They've been working on it. We have some of the guys from atonomy from Richard Gravity tragedy and hope thing and there they figured. I already just don't know how to do Google. You know what the Hell's going. I will go. God He's right and and is kind of where the hell does come from because when you look like Wiki Pedia. They always had the history on stuff. They don't have it because this issue is just it's just you just comply get over it and the biggest thing that you see on Youtube and everything is India. There's a bunch of India Youtube a tube explaining about this occupancy permit and how to comply and how because they never knew this before. This is the argument that they did to America before four. Now there are thrusting in on India. Its tactic technique. Seen my point. It's a template. Well the template is it because these farmers in India committed suicide because the Monsanto crap in their seeds that they can be this is a worldwide takeover of something against individuals. And I'm going. Where air does it start because if you have your land I find you do over there? Peace Out I don't care what if you don't and they got a clipboard man. Where's your my money? Okay okay okay. Let's push are you feeling confused about the current economic reports that dominate the headlines. Not sure if this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming and confusing. This is Donna. Hancock was silver alliance realty in Phoenix Arizona. And I can take some of the guesswork out of the home buying or selling process providing you with market trends in your area and detailing what to expect before during and after the process a home is a place where the most important moments in your life happen so making sure that you know exactly what to expect along the way helps to ensure that you have control. The future is here. So let me help you move forward with your real estate. Needs being in the real estate business for almost twenty years now has afforded me knowledge of the market get networking with industry specialists along the way now more than ever you need an agent that can help you make sense of what many think is complicated and mysterious process the Ofri caller or message me at six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine. That's six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine or visit my web page today at Donna. Hancock DOC DOT COM freetalklive. Why would they go around bombing people around the world? Doesn't that make us less safe. People coming database a purely killer which search US military in the last decade have been terrorists a whole bunch of a mural lor. We're on a liberal more from what I can take a look. We just the nothing short chart you can feel however you feel about me but Smedley Butler the two time medal of honor. Winning Marine felt the same way like white washed after trying to track across that river. Voice your bomb. What should we should have? You are free talk. Live seven nights a week from seven to ten eastern live on Liberty Radio Network at L. R. N. Dot. FM There are basically two types of advertising direct response and branding radios great for direct response with its low cost listener ratio but audio. Can't be beat for branding which is a longer term endeavor you want to be the first thing that someone thinks that when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of mine in your community call the station. If you need national reach freetalklive got around two hundred radio stations. Millions of monthly listening sessions can suit all budgets. And if we don't think we're right for you we'll tell you email me. Market Market Freetalklive DOT COM L. Dot. FM now has a discord. Discord is a free text and voice chat platform and we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord score dot L. R. N. Dot. FM You can join other listeners. As they chat about various things during our live shows or any time day or night discord softwares available. We'll cross platform. So you can have it on whatever device you want and take your chats anywhere. Join our discord at discord dot dot. FM that's discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM the political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies. Nobody tells the truth. Nobody keeps campaign promises. Mrs Nobody obeys the Constitution. NOBODY PUTS THE PEOPLE I. How can we ever escape? This web of tyranny vote for nobody. Hi My name is nobody. I'm running for Governor of New Hampshire because nobody knows how to live your life better than you do and nobody deserves that kind of power. I WanNa put you back in control of your money. Your lifestyle your work your body in your life. Nobody should rule you. But you You Hampshire convicts many people of so-called crimes that should never have been prosecuted. If elected I will. Pardon every victimless crime. In New Hampshire history this includes drug gambling prostitution gun and driving offenses. Nobody should have a criminal record when they have not harmed anybody. Wouldn't it be nice to have nobody telling you what to do. Learn more at elect nobody dot com elect. NOBODY DOT COM. You can sign up to receive the latest about the liberty radio network the our email updates at updates l. dot FM that's updates L. R. N. DOT FM freedoms. The answer. What's the question you're listening to Ernest handcock? Welcome back welcome back. Welcome back our yacking here. You know The things that I'm looking this up because I sent it to the boys and and we were talking about some stuff here and I'm going I was. It was a graphic that. Oh yeah here it is nothing. Says I love you like the crap maiden China by slave labor sold by a company owned by billionaire benefited benefiting from corporate welfare pain slave wages to employees kept from enjoying growing Thanksgiving with their families. The I've just like y'all go buy some Chinese crap. You Know Marvel Disney stuff. I'm just like I think I'll declined you know but the Halloween. It's all superhero or whatever but I was doing research for a pirate. Presentation gave his economic discussion group. And it was my point was is. I'm going in amongst all of this. All the money they do in Disney all the star wars crap. All they're going to you know. The Marvel and everything pirate costumes are one of the most popular always in the top ten. You have in the top seven of all mascots Scott of high school and college mascots and teams and so on or pirates of all of the ongoing. You'll see a lot of you know. Hitler were teams or Brownshirts or stormtrooper. Whatever the hells I mean? Aren't they bad. Why is it still a tiny tiny thread of rebellion? Bellion ISM left in culture. But it's it's almost gone but that's when it comes storm back I hope your I I'm I'm planning. I had an on it. Well you know this is one thing you're saying off the break you know what's cool now. Oh with kids and stuff if you look since Disney took over star wars right if you look at the kids stuff that's in target and sears forever Walmart the empires cool you know who when Star Wars started it was always about rebellious rebellion against the Empire is during the truck convoy days of the nineteen seventies out to get around the laws. The Old Old Georgia and ozark style. How do you navigate get around law button and it was always pro? rebellion pro rebel and it's totally flipped now since Disney took over the empire's cool look at bumper stickers on millennial cars and younger cars driving around. It's always like the empire symbol or stormtrooper symbol bill or the stormtrooper symbol. Had Symbol is cool. It's all about the empire now since Disney took over them pyre it's on the kids bedsheets that they sell and target target. It's cheaper helmets darth vader. I WanNa make me feel better. I wanted to finish what I wanted to do about this Contribution from Georgia. We're going to take to that. We'll get this. I'm on this thing. This occupancy thing you think that's worthy to know to it there's some. There's so when you take peel the layers off. It's going to be interesting what you find right and I got the right guys on it. You Know Boston made gone. You know Mark Stevens. Because I feel well how you do it and you got the the bar infringe flag in the jurisdiction of crafts. I wanted to one thing. I want to know the origin story. But were they convinced Americans that you couldn't be live on your own land but you can occupy freaking sidewalk. I WanNa know when that happened. Let's get to the punch line of it where we think it's going to land okay before we get to that. I WANNA do this. How much time I got to get this done this hour? This is one of these silver dollars and just a separate one. I keep in kind of you know. And it's my earnest. This one thousand nine hundred seventy eight silver dollars. One of my favorites and I want to passed onto. The silver dollar was struck at the mint two years after George custer made his fatal mistake at the little bighorn one in year. Rutherford behave presidency. Twenty years before the American Spanish war and thirty five years before the creation of the Federal Reserve it was created when the country had sound money in eighteen. Seventy eight. It would buy one Bushel of potatoes or four dozen eggs presently even with the suppression of silver prices. This is it can be traded at the coin store for sixteen current dollars Zip. RN's and purchase at least eight dozen eggs or three or thirty five to forty pounds of potatoes. A single one dollar will buy six eggs and maybe two pounds of potatoes one can only imagine hundreds or thousands of times the silver dollar traded hands for goods and services places like the general store clothing. Store Feed Store Blacksmith Shop Tavern Saloon and Church offering plate. I hope to silver dollar without last Federal Reserve and have a second life in the exchange of goods and services and -serily sincerely hope it brings you lock while while you have it best wishes. Merry Christmas Georgia Listener. That's awesome so I'm going. You know you think about it just kind of brings a tear to my eye. I am going. Wow the thought behind this that this silver dollar has been in transaction bypassing all this crap for over one hundred thirty whatever year freemarket commerce right. Where's free market commerce anymore? I'm I it's calming by necessity. It's like Nick. What happened to Greece? Nigga we're barter now I mean you know so we have the technology and that's one of the things that gives me hope is that the technology is there so now that we can bypass the stuff you know. But there's always the threat the funding the fear uncertainty and doubt. You're not allowed and I'm like really really well. I'm on this quest to find I get small. We'll do whatever and we got a bunch of activism and things that's coming up in twenty twenty twenty and Jacob Hornberger. Running for president has got me kind of excited. We'll see we'll see how the Libertarians responded. I think it's coming up pretty pretty good. Don't forget the domain that technology no matter how advanced it gets in quantum AI. Whatever but that technology can never touch which ages human to human relationship human to human interaction handing a coin from one human to another doesn't require cell phones which that's why they wanna make it illegal as horse now this is like we don't have cash in our society anymore? We don't have precious metals and they suppress the crap out of it. When you sell some crap and you can get twenty dollars from whatever and a garage sale and then you can get see a silver everything that you get you get silver now? There's these low prices you're going to be whoa out ahead. There was a link. I followed him. Freedoms Phoenix the other day. And it landed on this article. I think zero heads had posted it where they said. What's the total amount of silver above ground right now out in the world and it works out to about four ounces for every single human being on on earth seven seven billion humans it's about four ounces per every you don't shocked Osama but nobody someone's heart right? Someone's hoarding it. They I don't want the humans to have four ounces of silver each. What do you mean they wanted to? They want people to be focused on buying the next Disney plastic toy from Hong Kong. Not Keeping Silver dollar and the kids bank. I have been when we had our kids We started doing silver back in. You know six seven eight you know started getting more serious about it and when we could see what was coming and then of course during evolution Aleutian everything and our kids were still in high school junior high high school. And you get a ten ounce bar which back then was like they'll Naughton Dalton sixty bucks the one hundred dollars one hundred twenty at one time. I got a bunch and I go. We put those in their stock inch. Judge will of course they thought it was an ipod or no they do Iran. Yeah it's might as well have been a local coal. Okay so they put it in their top doors and whatever and then when silver shot up to forty something dollars at one time they're going whoa all of the sudden now oh four hundred. Yeah Dad your thanks mad iago yeah. Who's your buddy now? Of course it goes down I go it just means you need to buy more man and I'm telling through my life I've seen it shoot up. Held silver was at like eighty dollars at one time or gold. Silver Rare right now is the highest million eighty five or awesome. And it's usually sixteen to one so I am going to call me. I just I every time I get a chance. That's why people the audience audience send silver. Thank you you been my new best friend. 'cause what do I do with it for good or I don't spend it I keep it. I got George. Just keep me. It's awesome I just sit there and it just makes me feel. I mean it's not a gazillion. It's not gonNA change the world it's going to change my mood who though it's GonNa make me very motivational thanks. It's liberating and motivation. Well and when I as I was talking to Boston about this and then I'm I'm thinking I'm going holy crap. This is a kind of exact books that you right. I mean. He's here for the gun show. He comes every year and we'd just hang. We got common friends and so on a long time but I go I go. He's getting some Mexico. Yeah you check negle- all and Iran in here got this. I gave that presentation I go. We're going to take a listeners. Resources here cash putting your merry Christmas to me. Well Merry Christmas to you where we're going to get some does an all you have to do is inspired little bit little bit little bit your audience's audience's cream. Yeah there's yeah go tight. We've got a telegram group on declare your your independence telegram group. I don't check it as much. You guys in there. They just go aggo check on every now and then just guys not to be Dick's but it's This is this is is. We're GONNA have some fun with this one and there's a lot of other stuff coming up that John Q.. Public and I are going to talk about and the next hour. Barack is spreading the message of Liberty cryptocurrency and peace around the globe. Worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know. In addition to our the Internet feed dot. FM broadcast on free to air satellite across north and Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa. And we've been available on satellite for Free Twenty four seven since twenty ten the Laura on. FM FREE TO AIR satellite signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world. And there's no doubt our or ideas are making an impact you can learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot L. R. N. DOT FM if you'd like to help free. Minds is globally with our ideas of liberty cryptocurrency and peace. You can donate as little as two dollars per month via fund dot L. R. N. Dot. FM You can help us. Continue and expand our satellite broadcast Multiple Continents Visit Fund Dot L. R. Dot. FM Today. And thank you for your help. Don't forget to share the link on social media that's Fund Dot L. R. Lauren Dot. FM The L. R. N. DOT FM Social Media Channels have been revamped. We've eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter her and Mastodon the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple L. R. N. Dot. FM show hosts together in one place. Follow us on twitter at twitter dot. FM or better yet moved to the decentralized mastodon social media platform at toot dot L. R. N. DOT FM T. O. O. T. Dot L. THE LAURA DOT FM. I think you'll like it. What do you shop for that you could otherwise by at Amazon pretty much? Everything Right Amazon has competitive pricing and and they deliver and that's a big plus if you plan ahead and you're shopping. Would you be interested in saving up to thirty three percent. There's a catch. You have to do your shopping in Bitcoin. But imagine those savings. It's like a huge raise. All you have to do is go to save it. PURSE DOT COM. We've saved thousands and you can to plan ahead. You're listening to the heartland news feed Radio Network Broadcasting Live twenty ninety percent of our by newsbeat. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public news service service daily newscast for Thursday December. Six two thousand nineteen. I'm Eric Take it off a house. Vote to impeach. Trump could come before Christmas speaker. Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday. That the house would begin drafting articles of impeachment against trump. She says lawmakers had no choice but to act and that allowing trump to stay in office would come at the peril of our republic. Democrats have charged. The president withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine into digging up dirt on trump's potential rival Joe Biden and the twenty twenty election hours later at a news conference Pelosi erupted after a reporter asked if she hated the president. The speaker shot back that the. US Constitution was the issue at hand and that as a Catholic. She doesn't hate anyone for the second time in less than three months. Young young people around the world are in the streets today to take part in a global youth climate strike urging cities to take action Merck Richardson reports from Arizona rallies organized organized by the global youth climate strike are expected to draw thousands of students in their adult allies to local city halls demand. Public officials act to fight the climate crisis. ZAC Dennis is lead organizer for Arizona. Youth climate strike. He says the just showing up they will make specific demands of local elected officials that he of Arizona Governor to be cleared kind of emergency and make climate action. Plan thought are in line with the science on climate change. Climate change is happening. And and it's GonNa happen whether we like it or not though. He thinks that he should be prepared. Or Dennis's you expect students in their adult allies including workers educators scientists and politicians to to beat his groups event in Peoria in the West Valley peak. Flu Season is here when most people check in with their doctors about whether to get a flu shot but for migrants being held in detention centers. That isn't an option and US Customs and border protection has refused to offer. The flu. Vaccine to detainees now a group of physicians from across the country tree is pushing the federal government to allow the group to open a pilot. Flu Vaccination Clinic. Dr Danielle Dina signed the group's letter to government officials advocating for migrant access to free flu vaccines. She says. Detention centers are high risk settings for severe flu cases. So you've taken a very high risk vulnerable talking and then you've put them into these very unsanitary conditions were you then have people who are surrounding them you may or may not have flu vaccines and may not know the right precautions. Ashes to take and it's just kind of a recipe for disaster. She said so far the US Department of Homeland Security and Department of Health and Human Services have ignored the request. The traveling clinic would be run by a volunteer network of doctors with a donated stock of vaccines and a multi-language consent process. Anyone who is considering getting a flu shot should consult with their medical provider. I'm Nadia Ramleh gone. This is P.. In s means relationship ship with native American tribes is different from other states. But that could soon. Change main treats tribal nations as municipalities rather than sovereign nations which is unique among the states today a task force votes on modifying the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Implementing Act tribes currently follow state law except for internal tribal matters some criminal cases natural resources and gaining rights among other legal areas. Representative Donna Bailey. House Co Chair of the Task Force explains the reasoning behind the potential legal changes what tribes have really asked for us to look at is to try to bring their status in line with John. Federal Indian Law Law was first enacted by Congress in one thousand nine hundred eighty to settle a legal dispute between the tribal nations. And the state of Maine. I mean that was Laura. Ross Brow Telam reporting in McDowell County West Virginia assist clean tap. Water is a challenge for many. That's why one community is trying something indifferent. A new technology called hydro panels Linda mckinney. Who heads the five loaves and two fishes food banking kimball joined with manufacturers zero mass water to have twenty four Hydra panels installed at her facility last month? They'll produce clean drinking water about nine hundred. Fifty gallons of month mckinney says it's a much-needed boon to local residents who otherwise rely on sometimes contaminated water from Duquesne Coal Company water systems. You're dealing with some systems that The piping is one hundred years or more in there was no funding. No money no tax base to take care of those systems so thank thank you shout side to the U. S. to be a part of this she says the hydro panels are like solar panels but instead of using sunlight to create electricity. They put moisture from the air and filter it with sunlight to produce clean water. I'm Diane Bernard an indoor Vertical Farm in Jackson Wyoming that produces and sells roughly one hundred hundred thousand pounds of fresh produce. Annually is powered by a workforce built on the concept of diversity. Eric Gladys has more nearly two thirds of vertical harvests workers. I face disabilities including Autism Down Syndrome or vision speech and learning impairments caroline. kroft estee is the company's Co founder and says inclusive integrated greeted workplaces are game changers for businesses. Because they bring in new energy. Everybody's excited to clock in. They're ready to work there on time. They work hard. It's really shifts the culture and kind of raised the bar for all of us creating with really beautiful who had workplace where everybody works together. Gather work hard. The three story hydroponic operation produces much food as a traditional five acres soil farm year round and with a lot less water. I'm Eric Takeoff for public news service. We are remembering listener supported and online at public news service DOT. Org The path. That lies behind me. I remember the one hundred. Here's we have bought these machines and after a century of war I remember that I still let us make them remember. Declare your independence. Amir in San Cocker visas the nyarumbuye studios of free senior. Sit at all. Oh get that time. Now let's get when you're listening into the show and I do that every topic area our your life. So it's like everybody's like whatever you know. Every time I hear that I go. It's always now you're on the Eddie your seat to see if I can hit the fun. Whatever but the you? I do that when I first started doing radio. I would sing a couple of Sweden him some Boston or whatever. And you can't do that. We can't do that. You can't sing talk. Radio what God you're you're doing it wrong or something. I didn't give her job all the more reason here. We go get your own damn show so one of the things you wanted to talk about quantum something. What would you say you just a few minutes talk about high technology in quantum AI? Because I've been reading a read a lot. I don't like to publish you too much but I do have quite a bit of science science background and you know we you and I have talked about quantum. Ai And what that means if you try to want to go too far down that path path. But I've been reading quite a bit now. About why why they will never have consciousness. Why can never reach the level of of human consciousness humanity human thought how it will never really be a threat but what people are missing this K- in the quantum realm time time slows down? What that means is there's no virtually no time That's why that's why you have the wave particle phenomenon. I don't WanNa get into that but if you have an AI. operating in quantum speeds there right in the fact. This is why I want to bring up the right. In the fact that the a I in and of itself can never achieve human consciousness humanity that kind of level of consciousness. But what they don't understand is when you're operating at quantum speeds that a I can project every possible future basically for every possible atom from from the beginning of time to the end of time every possible permutation. That could ever happen. So it can appear it. Can Simulate omniscience and so it will appear to be conscious it will from a human perspective it will have superior it will appear to have superior consciousness. It's not true consciousness but because it can no ever omniscience every single possible future from second second of what can happen between that second in the end of the universe it will have the parents the true appearance the per found a parents of deep consciousness. It will know what you're going to say before you say it it will know what you're GonNa think or fuel because you say it not because it's thinking or feeling but because it can project every possible future from moment to moment because it's operating in a timeless list environment or virtually asks todic to timeless but one thing that people he understands. Stand okay I I'm not you no. I just sort of taking grasp how this works. I did do some God and you're GonNa make me do this. The imagine this if you have have a led light on the spoke of a bicycle wheel okay and you poise go round and they look like a circle and then sometimes they same aim shapes and stars and they get all kinds of funky when you spend that and you got one led on there you can see a ring and you're going where is is that single led light. Where is it well? It's in that ring there. You know it's in that ring. It's all it's everywhere. If you take time slices you can find okay. A AH. That's a good point but don't let me finish. So you have this spinning encircle in front of you laid horizontally and you spin it. Well you got at this ring. There's a slight. That's their where is the highest probability of it being where where in the universe. Well it's in this ring. Okay so if I were to you'll you'll get lucky and I just kind of you know. Shoot a bullet. I might hit hit where it was or is are you but I'm going to be in the ring. The highest probability of the result that I'm looking for is in that ring. Now take that and go three dimensional that you're spinning that tire. Overlapping other acts another access access. So it's Kinda now it's a sphere. Okay so where is it well. It's kind of in this. Ring Layer in this globe like the mantle of the earth or something or wherever. You have that line so now. It's in three dimensions. Okay now imagine that. Led light goes from the hub to the outside. It can move around all right so now. You're going from the center to the outside and it's in a sphere so you just see this glowing cloud now there's one. Led He d in there okay. There's one more access now. Let me finish. There's that there is a glowing cloud there so where is it. What's the highest is probability of quantum is is going all those positions are known there were in or out? It's just a cloud that you look at. What's what is the probable the outcome of what? Well what you're really looking for is where as well you know. They're in quantum physics. You can sit there and you go. Well the highest degree of. It's probably in this one thing here your can't get so it's an average even though it may know all answers. It's it's multi-positional on they positional but it still in one lane zero to put in zero time environment. That's what's called super position in the Su- in zero time environment. It's it can occupy all spaces at once you have to does is you're looking at that cloud until you observe it then becomes not a wave point because we know where it is going to make this point. Is that when you sit there. When you're asking quantum question well all the it's a cloud? It's all possibilities. Are there so you go but I want net. Well has a probability it gives you like a search engine here I have. I do a search and it has rating relevance thirty two point. Whatever I've seen what one hundred eighty or how's it? I Dunno oh see Algorithm. Okay well in quantum physics. What you're doing is you're looking for the probability of where it and they'll say Yup? It's probably here here. Ninety two point six percent of what is it for sure. No but you do another quantum and it kind of overlaps and after about three of the and you're pretty freaking share. Here's here's an important. Oh boy to which I love that illustration okay. The cloud is the cloud of possibility right. Now when you talk about probability you're talking about the probability of where it is at a given moment point in time now remember we're tying wartime bound which is why we want to know. Oh the exact position and we can only find an exact position at a time slice but the light itself in your illustration in the quantum realm is is not time bound. It's asymptotically two zero time so it's almost time which is why it doesn't operate probabilities. That operates possibilities. We we who are time bound are looking for the probable location at a point in talking at a time. Slice a good one here. If I know that that park or that position where it's going to be at some point don't know when within maybe probably ninety two point six percent that it'll be there within six months it's going to be a certain point. Why would I not do all my activism to be ready and be in a position place place? A time election cycle twenty years. You be in a position a place and time be ready for when you're no that that reality is going to come in. You're ready for now. The quantum me I can manipulate things second over second to ensure that. It's there at that point at that point in time in six months so what I call hall is quantum reality I create my own future by going in quantum reality. If I start taking steps towards a certain thing it starts convergence burgeon starts to you create your own reality and this is how it's done and I'm going to show you again on occupancy it all comes together well this had to happen to that happen to have absolutely because we made it happen. The Georgia listeners. From the sixth letter of Captain Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown prince's everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago but the crown still claims to own us when it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed. It's simply slavery by another name. landlubbers are routinely commanded to serve the so-called justice system in jury he duty but before you swell with civic pride consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown. You will appear as ordered or face punitive measures. The crown insists that you participate participate in your own oppression. Jury Summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices djuric vote. Not Guilty. Even if it's proven the the law violated a juror can quit for any reason at all and not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury. Summons is basically winning the sedition lottery. But if if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed if the crown foolishly crimson pirate into jury duty. It behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify by unjust laws. If he master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not of kind whether the crown claims a fortune or sent is irrelevant. Most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones is it except their bondage. These how slaves see no contradiction and being drafted in a war to in slavery or summoned to a jury to prosecute tax evasion and ideal slave. Slave knows no higher call than the masters will the crowds highest. Ambition is that slaves revere the Authority subjugates them but the crown does not own me. I will not surrender. My time and treasure. To the crowns ambitions join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com looking for a great eight real estate investment. Consider New Hampshire which is Ground Zero for the Liberty Movement. Your first call should be to mark worden from porcupine. Real estate is more than just a real estate agent. Easier New Hampshire concierge. Where are the best places to live? Do you want farm city the burbs or forest. Do you WANNA duplex or multifamily buildings. So that Renter's pay your mortgage their homes in all price ranges in New Hampshire Hampshire and mark and help with financing to invest in liberty and property. Mark Gordon can help state DOT com. Imagine someone one in your community getting in their car turning on the radio and hearing the Liberty Radio Network you can make that vision a reality with your own micro radio station. Visit Broadcast Dot L. R. N. DOT WHAT FM to learn how you can put our programs on the air in your area you can have L. Dot FM running around the clock and you can even add in your own. Local shows building a radio station as simple but programming ramming isn't that's where Don FM comes in learn more at broadcasts dot L. Dot FM that's broadcast dot L. Dot FM. I've been told no in many different ways. You can do that year round until one comfortable here actually say hey. Hey state wildness today. skewing down now in the minute. Hi uncle running scared. What am I being served in here? Crafts have a funny wave telling people know. Derek Jay's victimless crime spree watch it for free and order the director's cut. DVD At victimless crime. SPREE DOT COM. What's up next taxed? Visit the Liberty Radio Network Program Guide to find out at shows dot L. R. N. DOT FM that shows dot L. R. N. DOT FM to be a part of the show. Oh call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two six four two thousand eight hundred and now Ernest Hanbok. It got mirka Merck cares man Americans. It's like this is how I referred to them. How many I started doing radio or probably after I started online merck I could see what it was and people that would call in so you used to do a lot in on radio here in the valley? Of course I take Collins Phone Freakin light up there. But then we're off on whatever ever you know when I do interviews. I have good interviews. When I first started doing radio? We really thought we had like a thirteen week contract. You know it was just because people want me to get on the they knew were going to go to war in Iraq and they wanted to libertarian up there still given the option not hell. So that's how that happened. I sold my restaurant. Go on sponsored. It was like thirty thousand dollars back when thirty thousand dollars is like real money sponsored. I mean we had sponsors and so on so well this is what they go. Hey we got you you covered so I go round and I marketed. And he said well. It's just much an I told how much of it was gonna be the build a sponsored ad take timeslot and they go okay okay. Let's go well after the thirteen weeks and they were like well. Hey we we'll charge you light like half if you'll keep doing it all right and then another station. Yeah Okay for next liberty blowtorch they but we will charge you. And then later they go. We'll pay you and they just got to suck in that way. But then you could see what was going on the more popular the show got and more Damn Libertarians. Got An answer for every frigging thing you know I. Yeah plenty of stories. I've got plenty of stories so we would do that and the advertisers the whole set. We're going to cut you off the whole frequent station. 'cause you got God. Darn Taping Libertarian out. There being free not allowed and I'm going I see how this works. Well they're like no he's one of our big trade shows. You know these small stations and so on so go and they'd be all freaked out about because you have to go into like five ten thousand listeners or something like that and I go hell ahead that many downloads today. What the Hell We? Wow you guys are missing. What's common so that's when we started doing the online thing and it was for me? I could see that this was going to be the people because technology and youtube channels and all that it was going to be the people. We're going to be able to compete. Because I could see that that skateboarding bulldogs got more hits and frequency in it. What about now with the platform you know but I also knew? They're going to go after it to which they had centralized realized it then they control the exactly. So I'm going now. They needs to decentralize which is why we did. The pirate thing this is what is the pirate thing. It's me ace taken out of position and knowing that the quantum dot is going to find me sooner or later and that's what a lot of people do they keep moving chasing. The cloud allowed light all the time. It's shiny objects are like cats and lasers man. I'm going stop. Just freaking play yourself. Pick up it'll come in. They we know where he's your love. Lucien Hits Nago neon Africa told you so dentists the next thing and then the next thing and next thing and I can see. It's going to come around down to if it pleases the crown can I occupy my own land. I don't care what the answer is I so you know so we were going to go to the punch line of where we think it's going to land is. They're doing it for shuttle manage. They're they're doing it for heard manage. We know that that's where it's going to land. Well we think shouts Chattel Chattel. Whatever it is that what you mean heard managed to have heard immunity? Speak in these terms. You know what I understood it more. When we started getting chickens we got two chickens out? There they're happy fed. They know where they're at. They got enough room they roam around. They got going off. They WANNA leave. That bad jumped the fence. I don't care I always come back. Because that's where the food and shelter and get away from coyotes. Some of them. You'll slow ones to get it so that's kind of by Darwin thing so I'm going all right but you know what I'm the rancher not harvest whenever I want I take all your eggs gone exactly how we're seeing what it is. We're just livestock livestock. That's right you know the movie dark waters which was about the tough on being in the water was good movie by the way and the lawyer. The lawyer who fought to pont held up picture of a baby who had the hair lip and the I that was often the no one nostril nose and he said by your own documents. This this is your receptor. There lit these. These companies literally US humans to filter their chemicals. We are filtration system into the solution to pollution is dilution. We did. We did a long story but bottom line. It was a summer and Keep one of my sons occupied. Because he's you know these be occupied intellectually. We did a free information thing with the water system in Phoenix because he did a thing in school about flirtation ordination as some. You don't know what I want to know what's really going on. I don't listen to find out so they tried to block the water department. Give me any information. They were like hell earning. So how is it used to be editor at a Mesa. Tribune is sowed the Cisco City councilmens chief of Staff. And I call it so we knew each other. He knew Ernie gets you know bulldog on something ain't going away right so I go pal. They won't give me access. I mean you guys really play. This came give whatever he wants. quit you got Mando. You don't even know what's coming so I got all the information. Well the whole thing was is that They say as least as long as it's not Hydra Flora Cora were was that well that was the one that they were doing and I go. Oh now what you say. It's not not a big deal. That's the one you said at least if they don't do that well that's wonder up and so now what a show what it was as. I could see how it work. You have these companies that get paid for the disposal of toxic waste and toxic. Waste disposal is our water system so we are the filtration the filtering and then they get paid and I was looking. I did the math. What I wanted to know is how much they made? They were at best breaking even and and you probably losing money to transport in these tankers. Schal that they paid for the injection machinery into the water system. And they you know for the water-treatment covered man we'll take care of it and and what they have contracts pay him for this honor to be fluorinated for us and I'm going. They're not making any money. Were they. Making the money. It was the disposal. We're the we're the dump and I'm going. Why would they do that one since when his uncle? Sam Give a crap about my teeth anyway. Anyway my teeth. That's that's why they do it. You know I the science that they have a report shows that at under one hundred parts per billion it helps your teeth and over one hundred parts per billion it starts giving you cancer. Well they don't accommodate for the fact that it never leaves you body right and never ever leaves your body. It accumulates I it's these they're evil but he'd go back to the the herd management right we their experimentation heard so they'll pick a heard over here and they'll try something new over there to pick her over here and now of course the big one is GMO's motza Agent Orange Agent Orange otherwise known as roundup right so if you look at the total roundup usage in the in the world at least in America in ninety percent of it is used off label off label to desecrate Jessica Crops Standing in the field. We mean offline flavor or you mean now their money there is an alternative. bitcoin is a stateless free. Market at nonpolluting currency Eh. Bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You are helping the state stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now now learn it use. It spread it get started with Bitcoin at BITCOIN DOT COM. That's BITCOIN DOT COM. Some of you asked. And now we've delivered L. Dot. FM Live keene. New Hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit our channel at twitter dot L. R. N. DOT FM and. Give it a follow. If you have Amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel two which will give L. R. N.. YEARS YEARS AGO to random people tuning on the radio I'm stuck in the Left Right Paradigm by her on your show by chance on a Saturday night from there I went on join. Join the Free State project and become able flyer so I mean that's really the reason why I am is Because I know that if it wasn't for you guys being on his view are I never would have found the ideas of liberty your amp will directly change. More lives by getting free. Talk live in front of people looking for Talk Radio Online and on the air when you amp free talk live. You get perks. Like access to the ample facebook group and an podcast visit amp dot freetalklive dot com. So you've signed the Shire Society Declaration and are planning your moved to New Hampshire to be around more liberty oriented people next sign up for the Shire Society Forum at Forum Dot Shire Society Dot Com. There are a bunch of people there who are already in the Shire and they want to meet you. If you're already in the Shire physically you should also come by the forums. Remember not everyone uses facebook book. New People are signing up for the Shire Society Forum every month so drop in and say Hello at Forum Dot Shire Society Dot Com. Did you know you can listen to L. R. N. DOT FM VR free to air satellite channels. We have channels over nearly all of North America and much of Africa. All you need is affordable receiver and a dish smallest thirty inches. Che's there are no monthly fees. Learn more at SAT DOT FM. Plus if you are a broadcaster or want to be one this is a good delivery method for our content CR coverage average maths and get details at Sat L. DOT FM that Sad L. Dot FM SAT DOT DOT FM. The Free State project has reached its goal role of twenty thousand. Liberty lovers pledged to move to New Hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to figure out what part of New Hampshire should be your destination the nation. If so consider keen. You'll find more than one hundred and fifty reasons to move too keen at move dot free keen. Dot Com keen is famous for its historic the publicity generating activism as well as being the liberty media capital of the world. It's home to freaking Dot com New Hampshire's destination for Liberty Activism News and opinion for years. We've been compiling over one hundred fifty reasons to move too keen at Move Dot Free Keen Dot Com. Where you'll learn about some of what's happening here? And what makes is keen a great place to live. If you love liberty you'll probably enjoy anywhere you end up in the Shire but do your due diligence. I please visit Move Dot Free Keen Dot Com for the full list of over one hundred fifty reasons to move to keene. That's move dot free keen dot com join dot. FM Discord for live chat twenty four seven at discord dot dot FM that's discord dot l.. Ran Dot FM. There are those does that just want to be left alone and those that just won't leave them alone. Which one are you the earnest handcock show Belong to some city I I don't belong to the city and I'm going to next song I mean I mean seriously I'm offering okay now. Boston Tea Party. Hey is here now. That's the party tomorrow night. Probably not it'll be a slackest. This is Boston beer tomorrow night. So that'd be worth coming right there. Thank God Larkin Rosen. Amanda they're gonNA COME THEY WANNA play and so on and go. Well what if we can. We played I if I say no do you is that what is GonNa get you here. As you got listened to you I go. How does an anarchist atheist sing Christmas carols? How's that work I just want to know is that we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA do? I tell gone jingle will being so whatever you China so we'll have some fun. It's always get fed. Well Don Their Bay guy we just works out so Donna had the grandkids over last night to finish with the decorations terms and everything. So she's like I'm like how many grandkids do we got man. Just hire him. Don't kiss is still respect. Who who others believe is the author of freedom of the universe? Can they at least respect that. I think it's getting more. I think it is I tell you one thing we we before. Sixteen the Christmas of fifteen. There's hardly any Christmas lights. And it was the first rebel against the empire. Come on hey overturned a money. Changer scenes change people's minds the freedom in their own mind. There was a guy in the right to keep bare arm list in the nineties and as the name was Carlos something a secretary at his church and they made him resigned because he refused to take tagline off the bottom of all his emails and has said the rebel. Jesus that was it have Jesus associated with being rebel. They just could not have that. who was the first rebel against change in reminds the? Oh there's always a neo freedom in there from the empire okay. Well we were talking about. Oh you're gone. We were talking about this or trying to commit Boston. They do in this book thing when you. I'm still thinking about it. It's a great subject. I've been mulling it over for a long long time interests. What time sorry? The interest interest is not so much on the occupancy built. It's where that leads that I want to know the origin story where it came from. I WanNa know how much effort how much money how many sources there alert veal the plane. Because it's along with education it's along with sustainable Blah Blah Blah along with because if you have people have whatever my government protects protects property rights. I get to live here and suck. You can do whatever you want. Well they go. Yeah but we want you to like. Do we WANNA do that. I'm here on my land. Go well then. You don't have permission slip to be on your land and all of a sudden things changes now. The thing is that you don't know Boston. Have you met John Before I met you. First Time Ninety nine in Utah. I was about right right. Yeah well you guys know. He's big but he's read your books. How many of his books have you read? Have them all. I don't know if I read every word the mall. So by having Boston's book you've got this Subjec- and his style. Perfect thank you. So don't collectivist. We want time subject. I think I could do the subject. Well Justice story should be told but I'm taking a break from publishing at least not necessarily writing. I do right on the side. I've had twenty five years in sixteen books and quite would've strong runs. This is a hobby. I look I'm not looking for a see. That's one thing that people go. Oh my God he'll take you two years to free me and I'm like I don't give a crap our long it takes man. We're in the presence of true. Intellectual Elitism Not Ivory Tower early. The American American can intellectualism. That's my love about Boston. Thank you so this is a man who's got your stroked man. You came here floating all day. That's going to be able to stand up so this is what I want. Is I want you to consider this and see. There's a lot of people that want to help but one of the things that let me clear the audience is I would have the same condition. It is freaking your book you write. Nobody gets kind of hands off and you may want to help and send some the by committee. We ain't doing this committee bs there. No permission slip to timelines. Whatever it's going to be and you know I get it you know but my thing is that I really want it this? This issue addressed a lot of people have taken dig on. Yeah it is a good question. But he's just too stupid to know how to use Google or something right so they go ogle. Wow you're right this is kind of hidden on. Yeah there's I'm not an idiot. I do this all day every day. I'm telling you man. There are some sinister plan going on on here now. John Neal sinister plan of planner planned. You know and it makes money on it to thank you for doing that. But the so I'm just wanting to make sure that is there something else. We should be thinking about her including what's going on. Well wanted to go back to today. Oh Man I it's off. Roads Lead there now. I'm not talking about what happened in history because today is fairly new was founded in two thousand nine or something like that six seven. But it's still state Brighi concept. It's a global shift program. So they're just taking the systemic griff. That's always gone on right. And they've systematized it and turned it into a profit taking scheme to your point earlier so much so that they were gonNA listed on the stock market you can buy shares in the Global Gift Program. Oh you'd be first in line that's why you do and you know what would you would. You have bought A. It's a service organization. It's it would have been so i. It would have been the first first billion dollar service. IPO LISTING ON THE NYSE corruption service RS. Seriously I feel I looked into us a day and I was like. Are you freaking kidding me. It was our dot Com actor in Specter. And so I don't know I. Service organizations are not big. Gosh I like something physical that moves around right like energy or oil or something like that. These missiles understand. Hey that to around. It's hard the man you know strategy. I hope I lose. Because if my portfolio loses my personal portfolio not my retirement put of my personal portfolio loses. The world is winning and if personal portfolios winning if the world's losing I might as well have a few bucks while goes down. That's the strategy. Now this is one thing Boston. You've been voting rights. Of course you know ears are voting rights. Whatever so Boston you you? A lot of books on on a lot of things well privacy's included history a lot of things and then of course guns and and you've Kinda a got an interesting life you live on the lone prairie of I'm secure. I can see all that will come up on me and and you put like little tin cans out there and you know in financial world and your ID. There's all kinds of but you kind of come to the one time you're coming on the show. And he had this calling card deal. He called hold early and I called him back and I said look. You've got the time wrong. It's an hour and he goes. How'd you get this number? Nine years ago star six nine came up because Matthys car talk for kraft did so so now. He's Kinda got you know man you're just you're done man your facial recognition of China or whatever I mean they and they want to put a ring Amazon. Doorbell rebel my front door facial recognition straight to the police nego. Who staying at Hurting Boston? This has been on my mind for a while. I'm curious of your your view of it if you think towards the future future tack future defense featured things you know someone wise once told me because I'm like you know with robots and drones and lasers as irs in Three D. printed drones. Ai Quantum computer will send out to terminate you in three seconds. You know what's a gun going to then someone wise once said to me you know old people still use bicycles. No so with lasers and EMP's directed energy weapons and stuff like that which everyone should have. I think thank thank you but where do you think it's going like with a bicycle analogy and you don't want to get too far into it. But what kind of thoughts for the future for further gun people the of the people out there who have this kind of stuff and like bicycles. What about the future? Well Technology's great and all the drones and so forth but They're expensive stop. Well they don't have a drone for everybody this week. Hopefully we don't let it get that far it but Afghanistan for example has resisted foreign military incursions. Four thousand year could point all they had a bolt action rifles and they held the Soviets at bay and then began to win once again singer. Miss we could make two. We Have Three D. Printing and so forth the new the fourth edition of healing. Our world the compassion of libertarianism. We'll take your understanding of liberty to a deeper level and has over thirteen hundred updated references new cartoons and a foreword by. Hi Dr Ron Paul. With discounts for multiple book purchases the fourth edition of healing. Our world is a great gift for the Liberals Pragmatists Environmentalists and Christians in your life. Who you think libertarianism is cold hearted get yours today at healing dot freetalklive dot com and use Promo Code F.? T. L. for five dollar discount. Now that you've found found Liberty Radio Network at L. DOT FM. You may want to help expose others to our great programs to assist you in doing so. You'll find resources at promote dot L. DOT FM themm including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. You can print out and distribute manners for your website as well as files will allow you to make your own custom. Banners and graphics visit is it promote dot dot. FM helping new listeners to the Liberty Radio Network that's promote dot dot FM this Mike Levin from the freedom scenes means I've run websites since nineteen ninety six and if used over a dozen web hosts in that time address hosting dot. com is the only one that hasn't broken my heart Agra's toasting up apptime in service is stellar and their dos. Mitigation is the best. I've seen that's important because if you tell the truth in this world you'll ruffle feathers and some people will try dirty dirty tricks to silence your voice no matter what the haters hit us with avarice hosting keeps our websites online if you have a mission. Critical commercial presence or world changing activism visit site you cannot tolerate any skulduggery so go with agress hosting dot COM have a wordpress blog site. You're not satisfied with performance up time or just want Rau- hosting WANNA pay with. BITCOIN eggers hosting specializes in high performance hosting with personalized service go to address hosting DOT COM. Click on the button that says get hosted that's agress hosting DOT COM. Sell a four one. One is a free APP for Android and IOS that replaces government control nine. One one self form on one allows you to preset group of friends or private organizations to show up any emergency sell sell four one one of them nightmare for the state because it proves their so called services are needed sell four one one one thousands of installs and of course it's covered by the cotton. No government license sell four one one line because your friends won't shoot you when you're in trouble without the government who would build the emergency services you and sell for one one get it today get sell four one one dot com. There are lots of ways to listen to free talk live. Our podcast has been around since podcast began. And now the F. T. L. feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives. Did you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest and one with just the edging ten post. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com. We have some good news. Here's the indictments against Ross. Elaborate in the district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge urge ever made that Ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at Ross Oprah. Too Nice it was never prosecuted or rolled on by jury. PUTT was trumpeted by the federal government. mm-hmm and the media. As if it were proven. Fact the Maryland Court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's says appeal to the Supreme Court the fact that the judge used these allegations to give her all say draconian sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury trial. Judges are required to Jewish you. Sentences based on convictions decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set. Ross cost-free now. A presidential pardon is Ross. His only hope of freedom sign the petition at free. Ross dot org free Ross dot org live video of Varkey. New Hampshire based show is streamed on D. Live please follow and share a D- live dot L. Dot FM that's D. Live Dot L. R. N. Dot FM AB now now live from the studios of freedom speed lakes ernest hand calm. I feel like I feel like I feel like slipping into the twilight zone is just this one thing. I find out last night from Boston's awesome. Awesome awesome all right Mr. I'd you can't find me. I don't know I'm clandestine secret. Bunker of and all of a sudden now he's like gets his Donald Trump twit tweets every morning joined the him and Dr Frank Man they do it up so he starts it. And what's the first thing he does Josh gets band. I wasn't twit low for about three weeks twitter. You explain it to. I didn't know I got banned already. Crap they suspended it yet but only joined in October. That's Kenneth W Royce number. One is the account and you. You can't beat the Kenneth Royce with W Royce one. One all one word. Yeah Guy Kenneth W Royce One R.. Roy C. E. One initial one. The number the number one number one okay number. One Kenneth W Royce. Do you go on. You Know Your Boston Austin or what Kenneth Royce Tea Party with a flag in between the names. See I I know that your your later years decade find out you know you had a name a Kenneth Royce and I'm going I know that's your real name. Is it no no. It's ten cans. We Care Boston. Independence tweet I have is about modules three still being blocked on Amazon. A five star reviews on Amazon. And it's been currently unavailable for months. Now you're modules a man hitting the third one third one by that they. No you gotta copy with you. But I'll make all right. I got up there modules man. They're so three what the hell is stats. Big Giant freaking does that include the others or is it just no no reads the third of the of the that was diarrhea. The pen I know it's Costa Quote Logo Ria that's a badge on or so. I gotTa have a copy. Well see the thing I tell you this story. So this is good Boston's at liberty and he's given a presentation a bunch of these millennials of S J W whatever the hell and he and I were at launch or something. I'm going I don't know how this this is GonNa go man. This is going to be entertained before my talk. Yeah Yeah Yeah so I'M GONNA be. I'll be there. He went up and he goes. God you know women need some like real man man what the Hell is GonNa just slap some around so you got a couple of SJ WN belt nude whatever the Hell co-dependency so Boston just beat the crap out out of him at the end of it standing. Oh Reload Boston right on com gone. Okay you win. Man heard message you how to be a man most of them it. There was some it up real quick for the audience. What you're kind of skip to the end thing is in my view and historically men have been walking solutions men know oh how to cope with life men protect provide and procreate? That's a man and if you're not doing that or can't do that if you have to rely on other men for your survival able to get through in life by life you're not a man yet. You're a male but that's it okay. There was a mean that I saw. Recently I had a big impact on me and it said men defend and protect women not because they're weak but because they're important exactly and I'm just lie woo. That's what they they do not day them though they who's they Ernie I don't know man but they don't WanNa leave me alone. I can tell you that. I don't mean to interrupt with this movie dark waters you should see. I'm surprised that made the very end of the movie. He said it took an uneducated farmer to tell me what what that it's our our power. We have to take it into our own hands to protect ourselves because the system isn't GonNa do it and people who believe the system we're going to do. It are subject to a lie that was in a mainstream wealth my mainstream movie and really surprised crate movie. Make sure you watch a dark waters all right. Is it where you're watching it. I saw Harkins skains. It was only at the artsy theater but it was very earthy really. Well done very entertaining and very individualistic in your own hands. Yeah well why. Why do they even have? How am I haven't heard about? Visually produced by the STAR Mark. Ruffalo Guy Plays Hulk. He produced he executive produced. Houston and I think he also directed it. Looks like he's in it too. Yeah he's in it to a great concept about the contamination and so forth but yeah I know but that message at the end was just a real pie. It was a boom. It was no one's going to do this for you. What is it about when they're gone? Dupont aren't polluting the waters with Teflon. And they were saying it wasn't regulated. Because when the regulation came out nineteen fifty-three it was about self-regulation of known own poisonous substances and when Teflon was first produced wasn't known to be poisonous so it never got on the list and and he said no never gone on my radar. How long has been out? What's weeks it's fantastic? S- really really well done really well done very individual appro old style. MERICA take your own hands. Do it be a man that relates to what I call cowboy. Ethics has got a a bunch of Stars Star. Studded deal here at very very well done. You know someone who's lived on his family land for four generations. You know cattle cattle rancher. Whatever they don't need to read Andrea and I understand you know handshake deal? I got this spin on some time with ammon Emond Bundy just last month and about this occupancy. Ernie this goes really understand he wants he wants to the help. He said you when you get to show up. Neal is doing it. I'm like all right. So his thing was is. He said the only time you have any interaction with government as when when you contract with him and he goes there is no if you're not in contract with them like they had water rights or some crap like that and then of course they violate violate the contract and that's what they were doing is enforcing the contract. And he goes the other one is the only time they have jurisdiction over. Any kind of thing is when you're violating somebody else's use their our land polluting or you're doing whatever then it's a property right. Well what about pollution. I go well when there's somebody's damaged that that's the proper role of government and these guys are but but that's not he used government to prevent them from being liable right and I'm going so when you get past that when you start to understand. The government is there to protect the polluters. That's that's very clear in this movie. That the government's there too it's protecting the polluter I'm with you brother okay. This isn't a theater now. Yes it is very very good all right. Should I wait to watch it for free on whatever or reunion. There was a movie to support. It's worth I I wa- they'll Donna and I we were trying to get to the movies. I mean here's a couple of things I want to go see it you know. It's just our so busy all the time. And there've been some movie or you know and Oh yeah you wanted to watch silent something only recently on DVD quiet place. Emily Blunt and her husband Been Joan. Kaczynski Fantastic Saif Saifi but near future alien invasion. Oh Jerry Nasty theory of I did. It's very good surprisingly good. Yeah very it sounds like. Let's go scare the crap out of me on deed. Suspense scare me. But there's a countermeasure you gotta learn the canker anchor measure. It's really interesting. I like that throughout the movie. I'm like why don't you think about this way. I'm like overwhelmed with white noise or something. Every strength this is inherently inversely weakness. So what is aliens common. They don't see but they have really good hearing so the kind of like daredevil they can see with sound bats or wherever they go and they take out humanity and humanity. But you know that. That's the site by premise. But what is the part about you like so much I mean what what is it just always. It's very well done. I like Emily Blunt a lot. I think this is probably some of her best absolutely. But there's a metaphor there to the metaphor is instead of aliens. How about drums drums right? Did you catch that too in this sorta anti-drunk so like what I don't know if they intended I anti-communist well John McCain before he's going Mr John Q.. Public and he goes Play into this thing you know. See I don't see got Smith put it really well. He goes the gun issues. Just a bulk in mind meld into how the State sees you know it's not it's their mindset. You gotta think from the future. Okay okay. It very very soon. If not already drones or patrolling the skies with five mile currently five-mile hurrying capability you. Fire A gun. They can triangular angular you in less than three seconds. Okay so I'm not saying bicycles aren't useful. They are but you've got to think from the perspective of the future when drones to have a grid which were very close to having and they can triangulate you in one second from one sound. What do you got to come up with the counter? You got the he had a what to do with the photo radar camps you know. They disabled them. People renegades went off well they say Jelly they're back in strength on every corner and drone and painting up you love there's a flame thrower drone out there chainsaw they got drones chainsaw trees and power lines pants because of the future in the television we knew about it. Of course. He's smart about it when I go to the STREAM LIVE ON FREEDOMS PHOENIX DOT COM top. Right you go in there to declare your independence. We're going to be yacking it and this. There's going to be good. Get of course we'll put the archive up and you'll have it but that this is secret secret sacred secrets. Stop off off the air we kind of we might even say. A bad word is spreading spreading the message of Liberty Crypto currency and peace around the globe. Worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know. In addition to our Internet Feed L. O. R. N. DOT FM broadcast on free to air satellite across north and Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa. And we've been available on satellite for free twenty four seven since two thousand ten ten the Laura on. FM FREE TO AIR satellite signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world. And there's no doubt our ideas are making an impact you you can learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot L. R. N. DOT FM if you'd like to help free minds globally with our ideas of liberty cryptocurrency cryptocurrency and peace. You can donate as little as two dollars per month via fund dot L. R. N. Dot. FM You can help us. Continue and expand. Our satellite broadcast asked to Multiple Continents Visit Fund Dot L. R. N. Dot. FM Today. And thank you for your help. Don't forget to share the link on social media that's fun dot L. R. N. DOT FM L. O. R. N. Dot. FM now has discord. Discord is a free text and voice chat platform and we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord dot L. R. N. Dot Auto FM. You can join other listeners. As they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night dischord softwares available cross platform. So you can can have it on whatever device you want and take your chats anywhere. Join our discord at discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's discord dot L. R. N. Dot. FM are the CRYPTO currency advocate. The crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help new people discover crypto currency. It's a printable business card sized tip that you can give to service providers preferably in addition to a cash tip when the server scandal Qr Code. It'll bring up an explanation of cryptocurrency how to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip. If they don't claim the Crypto you get your tip refunded onto you after a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email alert create as many times as you want at crypto tip dot org. That's crypto tip dot org. This is the Liberty Radio network broadcasting the latest liberty oriented audio content. Twenty four hours a day at L. N. Dot FM where the rubber always me too road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means to you. Speed the radio network live at heart. News Feed Dot com this. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's the public news service daily newscast for Thursday December. Six the two thousand nine hundred. I'm Eric Take it off a house. Vote to impeach. Trump could come before Christmas speaker. Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday. That the house would begin drafting articles of impeachment against trump. She says lawmakers had no choice but to act and that allowing trump to stay in office would come at the peril of our republic. Democrats have charged. The president withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine into digging up dirt on trump's potential rival Joe Biden in the twenty twenty election election hours later at a news. Conference Pelosi erupted after a reporter asked if she hated the president. The speaker shot back that the. US Constitution was the issue issue at hand and that as a Catholic. She doesn't hate anyone for the second time in less than three months. Young people around the world are in the streets today to take part in in a global youth climate strike urging cities to take action Merck Richardson reports from Arizona rallies organized by the Global Youth. Climate strike are expected to draw thousands of students in their adult allies to local city halls to demand. Public officials act to fight the climate crisis. Zach Dennis's lead organizer for Arizona Youth Climate Strike. He says the just showing up they will make specific demands of local elected officials be one of Arizona to eclair kind of emergencies and make climate action plans that are in line with the science on climate change. Climate change is happening. And it's going to happen whether we like it or not though. He thinks that he should. It'd be prepared. For Dennis's you expect students in their adult allies including workers educators scientists and politicians to be his groups event in Peoria and the West Valley peak. Flu Season is here when most people check in with their doctors about whether to get a flu shot but for migrants being held in detention centers. That isn't an option and US customs customs and Border Protection has refused to offer. The flu. Vaccine to detainees now a group of physicians from across the country is pushing the federal government to allow the group to open in a pilot. Flu Vaccination Clinic. Dr Danielle Dynasty signed the group's letter to government officials advocating for migrant access to free flu. Vaccines she says is detention. Centers are high risk settings for severe flu cases. So you've taken a very high risk vulnerable population and then you've put them into these very unsanitary conditions. Were you then have people who are surrounded them you may or may not have flu vaccines and may not know the right precautions to take. It's just kind of a recipe for disaster. She he says so far the US Department of Homeland Security and Department of Health and Human Services have ignored the request. The traveling clinic would be run by a volunteer network of doctors dirt with a donated stock of vaccines and a multi-language consent process. Anyone who is considering getting a flu shot should consult with their medical provider. I'm Nadia Ramleh gone. This is P.. In s means relationship with native American tribes is different from other states. But but that could soon change main tribal nations as municipalities rather than sovereign nations which is unique among the states today a task force votes on modifying the Maine the Indian Claims Settlement Implementing Act tribes currently follow state law except for internal tribal matters some criminal cases natural resources and gaining rights among other legal areas representative. Donna Bailey. House Co Chair of the Task Force Explains the reasoning behind the potential legal changes. The tribes lives have really asked for us to look at is to try to bring that their status in the line with John Wilkes Federal Indian the law the law was first enacted by Congress in nineteen eighty to settle a legal dispute between the tribal nations. And the state of Maine. That was Laura. Ross Brow Telam reporting in McDowell. How County West Virginia access to clean tap? Water is a challenge for many. That's why one community is trying something different. A new technology called hydro panels Linda into mckinney. Who heads the five loaves and two fishes food bank in Kimball joined with the manufacturer zero mass water to have twenty four hydro panels installed old facility last month? They'll produce clean drinking water about nine. Hundred and fifty gallons of month mckinney says it's a much-needed boon to local residents residents who otherwise rely on sometimes contaminated water from Duquesne Coal Company water systems. You're dealing with some systems that The piping is one hundred years or more and there was no funding. No money no tax base to take care of those systems so foodbanks outside the Aditya part of this. She says the hydro panels or like solar panels but instead of using sunlight to create electricity they pull moisture from the air and filter it with sunlight to produce clean water. I'm Diane Bernard an indoor Vertical Farm in Jackson Wyoming that produces and sells roughly one hundred thousand pounds of fresh produce. Annually is powered by a workforce built on the concept of diversity. Eric Gladys has more nearly two thirds of vertical harvests workers face disabilities including autism down syndrome or vision speech and learning impairments caroline. kroft estee is the company's Co founder and says inclusive integrated workplaces are game changers for businesses. Because because they bring in new energy everybody's excited to clock in. They're ready to work there on time. They work hard. It's really shifts the closer and Dan kind of raised the bar for all of us creating with really beautiful who had workplace where everybody works together and works hard the three story hydroponic operation and produces as much food as a traditional five acre soil farm year round and with a lot less water. I'm Eric Takeoff for public news service. We are member in listener supported deported and online at public news service DOT. Org The the doc the yeah the thank you yeah the talk. Yeah the the the the the the the yeah the yeah yeah it took me the the the Yeah uh-huh Yeah uh-huh take yeah The the the the uh-huh the the the the the heat the report talk the. Yeah the uh-huh the three Yeah uh-huh Yup uh-huh computing Yeah the yeah yeah the the yeah the uh-huh Yeah uh-huh the uh-huh the the Yeah uh-huh they the uh-huh in your home off the yeah. Yeah the uh-huh uh-huh the the yeah the uh-huh the okay. uh-huh the the uh-huh yeah Yeah uh-huh sir uh-huh the the Orbiting audit the the report. The US take the agent doc. uh-huh all explore take. Excuse me people org the the the what the the the okay indeed the office. uh-huh the in do. Yeah yeah the yeah. Yeah the Rancho. Oh okay the two they excuse it would be the the the the it the uh-huh yeah the only. Yeah the Yup uh-huh Take Care uh-huh yeah uh-huh the. Yeah yeah the week the bird. The the the uh-huh uh-huh yeah the the It the the uh-huh it off the the the take it the the talk The DOC yeah it all the uh-huh uh-huh they the. I think it's where the rubber always meets the road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means to you. Speed Radio Network Life Life Hot News Feed Dot Com. This stream is supported by advertises and contributions by follow us on Based on twitter and INSTAGRAM's the public news service this daily newscast for Thursday December. Six two thousand nineteen. I'm Eric Take it off a house. Vote to impeach. Trump could come before Christmas speaker speaker. Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday. That the house would begin drafting articles of impeachment against trump. She says lawmakers had no choice but to act and that allowing in trump to stay in office would come at the peril of our republic. Democrats have charged. The president withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine into digging up dirt on trump's uh-huh potential rival Joe Biden in the twenty twenty election hours later at a news. Conference Pelosi erupted after a reporter asked if she hated the president the speaker shot back that the. US Constitution was the issue at hand and that as a Catholic. She doesn't hate anyone for the second time in less than three months. Young people around the world are in the streets today to take part in a global youth climate strike urging cities to take action Merck Richardson reports from Arizona rallies organized the global youth. Climate strike are expected to draw thousands of students in their adult allies to local city halls to demand. Public officials act to fight the climate crisis. Zach organises lead organizer for Arizona Youth Climate Strike. He says the just showing up they will make specific demands of local elected officials that he era zone learn to declare climate emergency and make climate action. Plans are in line with the science on climate change. Climate change is happening. And it's going going to happen whether we like it or not. Though he thinks that he should be prepared or Dennis's you expect students in their adult allies including workers educators scientists and politicians to be at his groups event in Peoria in the West Valley peak. Flu Season is here when most people check in with their doctors about whether to get a flu shot but for migrants being held in detention centers. That isn't an option and US Customs and border protection has refused to offer. The flu. Vaccine to detainees now a group of physicians from across the country is pushing the federal government to allow the group to open a pilot. Flu Vaccination Clinic. Dr Danielle Dinas signed the group's letter to government officials advocating for migrant migrant access to free flu vaccines she says. Detention centers are high risk settings for severe flu cases. So you've taken a very high risk vulnerable population relation and then you've put them into these very unsanitary conditions where you have people who are surrounding them you may or may not have flu vaccines and may not know the right precautions. Taken as just kind of a recipe for disaster she said so far the US Department of Homeland Security and Department of Health and Human Services have ignored the request. The traveling ruling clinic would be run by a volunteer network of doctors with a donated stock of vaccines and a multi-language consent process. Anyone who is considering getting a flu shot shot should consult with their medical provider. I'm Nadia Ramlogan. This is he. In S Maine's relationship with with native American tribes is different from other states. But that could soon. Change main treats tribal nations as municipalities rather than sovereign nations which is unique among the states dates today a task force votes on modifying the Maine Indian claims settlement implementing apt tribes currently follow state law except for internal tribal matters some some criminal cases natural resources and gaining rights among other legal areas representative. Donna Bailey. House Co Chair of the Task Force explains the reasoning behind the potential attention legal changes what tribes have really ask for us to look at is to try to bring their status in in line with John. Wilkes Federal Indian Law Law was first inactive by Congress in one thousand nine hundred eighty to settle a legal dispute between the tribal nations and the state of Maine. That was Laura. Ross brow reporting in McDowell County West Virginia access to clean tap. Water is a challenge for many. That's why one community is trying something different rent. A new technology called hydro panels Linda mckinney. Who heads the five loaves and two fishes food bank and Kimball joined with manufacturer Zero Mass Water Order To have twenty four Hydra panels installed at her facility last month though? Produce Clean Drinking Water about nine hundred. Fifty gallons of month mckinney Kenney says it's a much-needed boon to local residents who otherwise rely on sometimes contaminated water from Duquesne Coal Company. Water Systems you're dealing dealing with some systems that The piping is one hundred years or more into was no funding. No money no tax base to take care of those systems so foodbanks the south side could be asked to be a part of this. She says the hydro panels are like solar panels but instead of using sunlight to create electricity they put moisture from the the air and filter it with sunlight to produce clean water. I'm Diane Bernard an indoor Vertical Farm in Jackson Wyoming that produces and sells roughly one hundred thousand pounds of fresh produce. Annually is powered by a workforce built on the concept of diversity. Eric Gladys has more nearly two thirds of vertical harvests workers face disabilities including autism down syndrome or vision speech and learning impairments caroline. kroft estee is the company's Co founder and says inclusive integrated workplaces are game changers for businesses. Because they bring in new energy. Everybody's excited to clock in. They're ready to work there on time. They work hards. It's really shifts the culture and kind of raised the bar for all of us creating with really beautiful who had workplace where everybody works together and work hard. The three-storey hydroponic operation produces as much food as traditional five acres soil. Farm Year round and with a lot less water. I'm Eric Take For Public News Service we are member in listener supported and online at public news service DOT. Org Happy Monday and happy Thanksgiving Week Liberty Lovers and every every single year at Thanksgiving. We do a special with our friends from blastoff. Johnny Adams and railing light heart and that is happening this week. But that's not today. That'll be airing this Wednesday day on electric liberty land brought to you by the one and only Brian McWilliams. But today we've got a little something different but before we get to that. I want to tell you about that. Our great sponsors at health excellent plus because I am personally very very thankful that I have good. Health generally have no major health issues but that is not the case where everybody and we can't always plan on that that is of course why people get health insurance. The problem is government regulations obamacare. All of these factors have made healthcare scare extremely expensive extremely difficult to navigate. It's hard to even know what is going on out there with a various healthcare plans with the deductibles. It just never seems to add up but you know what does add up it always adds up. That's freedom that's the free market and our friends. A health. Excellent select has set up an amazing free market alternative to government regulated crony capitalist healthcare. And I want you to learn more by heading over to lions of Liberty Dot com slash health even have the phone number of the CO founder. Jeff Cantor there he. We'll give you a personal phone call at answer any questions that you may have so head over to alliance of Liberty Dot com slash health. Check out health. Excellence plus also post the link over in today's as a show notes which you can find it lions of Liberty Dot com slash four twenty seven podcast cast. Here's your your guy. You're shining beacon of liberty. Being mark. Today is a history professor and the host of the dangerous history podcast. I'm very pleased and very thankful to welcome back professor. CJ KILMER CJ. Are you ready to roar. I am really ready to go and I really did mean to ask you something different. I what I wanted to ask. If you're ready to gobble but I'm just so used to asking about the roar Yeah Gobble Gobble Gobble to your right Aurora and get gobble. You're ready for all animal. Sounds that we need to make today. And that's what I'm excited. Whatever whatever it takes no CJ? When I decided to do a little deep dive into the history of Thanksgiving from a different perspective then the narrative that we've all been taught from Thanksgiving or whatever whenever we started to learn about these mythologies? Certainly the first one came to mind who came to mind. You're always looking at things from different perspectives and finding little nuggets of information. That really changed a lot of the traditional narratives that we've been told now you know when it comes to Thanksgiving I think the basic narrative is there were these guys the pilgrims they fled oppression. They showed up in the new world here in America. What would become America at Plymouth Rock? They they had an awesome meal with some local native Americans But as you might guess there's probably a little more to this story so Why don't we just start looking at the pilgrims themselves? What can you tell us about the background of the pilgrims and I guess a little bit of more of what they were all about that? We don't typically hear from history books. Okay Yeah So. They were hard core cavernous covenas and they were a particular sub group of puritans. A lot of people. Kind of use pilgrim Puritan interchangeably. They just sort of think of guys with big big hats with buckles on 'em and whatever But the the pilgrims were at least where the big hats and buckles is that part at least. Yes they did that. The narrative is correct. Yeah I can handle a few changes to my history but I really need that outfit to stay consistent yes. The buckles are verified so the The pilgrims were a group that wanted to basically there were separatists. They wanted to just leave the Church of England entirely whereas the puritans at least initially wanted to try and reform reform the Church of England from within to make it more calvinism less still Catholic light And all that sort of thing Anglican Church. I mean so These these separatists tests they. They left England. They lived in Holland for a bit over a decade. But they didn't do very well in part because of the guilt. Laws kept them out of some good good jobs so they were kind of poor and they also were kind of annoyed that the Dutch were sorta socially tolerant and liberal even though they were calvinism to fix thanks. Yeah so the rooms. They wanted the idea that they wanna religious. Liberty isn't really inaccurate statement. They wanted religious. They wanted a religious. I just can form a community of conformity. They wanted basically religious liberty. If you were a pilgrim and they wanted to live in a community that was just other people who believe the exact same things as yeah so they want their own liberty to do things the way they wanted. They wanted everyone within their own community to act. According to that it was like they were liberators for religious freedom. The world over. Yeah no no no. In fact some modern commentators have said you know they have more in common. With the way they wanted to run things the pilgrims and even the later puritans who who founded Massachusetts They had more in common with like Saudi Arabia. You know they were like a Christian Protestant Saudi Arabia because they wanted to set up this. It's the accuracy and they were into like you know having people killed for witchcraft and sorcery. And all these sorts of things. It's pretty some pretty pretty creepy aussies were thing So anyway they get together and they get some English investors to sort of set up one of these like colonial corporation sort of a deals like a smaller version of the Virginia colony. And they get some some contracts and things to set up a little settlements and they head over and originally. They're heading supposedly towards Virginia which Becton Virginia was defined as like enormous like half of North America practically But they didn't. They didn't actually go where they wanted to go They ended up making landfall basically at Cape Cod. And it was like November. And it's already starting to you get cold and everything and they're like well. We can't go any further. So let's let's set up here so they they landed at this place. That already been named Plymouth. Buy By captain John Smith uh-huh Pocahontas boyfriend according to Disney When he was in the area alone a few years back and I'm guessing there's more to that one too but I dunno if we have time to dig into every very? Yeah yeah believe it or not. The Disney version of history is not always the most shocking. I know I know it's disturbing. So the the pilgrims they had a a little bit over one hundred people and only about a third of them were actually. Pilgrim's the restroom what the pilgrims would refer to strangers meaning non pilgrims and some. Some of them were were laborers in fair number of the strangers were actually indentured servants. And when they're getting ready to to land in Plymouth both the indentured servants some of them were saying like hey we should be free from our indenture contracts because we were supposed to be landing being in somewhere in Virginia and now we're not even in the right place so they're trying to get out on a technicality. Yeah yeah and I don't blame him And one of the reasons actually that the pilgrims famously wrote up the mayflower compact while they were still sitting on the boat. They sat on the boat for like weeks before they actually got off onto the land and they famously. They drew up this mayflower compact to form a government and basically the pilgrims did that because they were not in the right place so they felt like they had to like make a government from scratch because their their original sort of colonial contract wasn't actually good and also they were worried about the the strangers especially the indentured servants like trying to get their freedom and so a big part of the mayflower mayflower or complex purpose. That's often overlooked is. It was basically designed to make sure the the inaccurate servants stayed indentured servants and designed to make sure that the pilgrims kind of ran the show and and controlled everything even though they were weren't even the majority of the people So anyway they they they go ashore and they start trying to set up they they land on this place that used to be a bustling Indian community but the Indians that had lived there had been virtually all wiped out by European opean diseases years before and so they saw it as divine providence. Like look there's already like remnants of a village and cleared fields and look at this you know and not realizing it's because the the plague came through a few years ago right So it's clear this place for us. Yeah Yeah God God is not a friend of the natives apparently so they start trying to set up their community and they really have a bad goal. They weren't properly prepared for this and they landed at the worst time of year they actually landed. In December in Massachusetts and a lot of the pilgrims Y- out indoor heating exactly and the pilgrims they were mostly like city people. They very few of them have knew anything about farming at all So they had a hard time half of whom died over the first winner And it was really rough and one of the things that made the situation worse eventually and we'll get to. They did get some help from the natives at least to teach them how to get some food and stuff but the first few two years even after they got some help from the natives on that front they had a really rough time and part of it was you know not just the environment in their lack of skills and whatever it was that they practiced communism. They head agreed that. For the first seven years of the colony they would basically try to practice something like absolute Marxist communism you know from each according to his ability to according to his need where everybody would work and whatever they produced would be put into one communal you know storehouse and then everyone would take from it when they needed and of course the result was you completely destroyed the incentive of people to work really hard to take care of themselves and their family and all that and everybody can have asked it and everybody you know. Aw didn't contribute very much but always wanted to take a lot and that only made the situation worse for as as disturbing goes basically set up where you know different families as different whoever would I guess now farm grain or I don't know if farm great I don't know how it works. But they would they were produced whatever they produce and instead of selling into their fellow neighbors in some sort of mark fashion they would just what bring it to the central area and then I guess the committee of whatever kind would decide who gets how much and who needs what. Yeah basically sick. Leave the the pilgrim leaders from Governor Bradford on down you know they kind of made a decision so it was in a way it was like classic communism. Where were you've got you know like a central committee who's just deciding who gets what and you know? And and it destroys the work ethic and all these sorts of things and and it got so bad that after two years of communism it didn't get rid of it entirely but the governor changed and added rule rule so that each family could have a little piece of land that was just for them and lo and behold that little piece of land ended up producing all the food and everybody sudden wasn't starving and to me. It reminds me a lot of anyone who's familiar with the old Soviet Union. They had these giant collective farms run by the state centrally planned and as a result the Soviet Union was always short on food even though it has lots of great agricultural ran And then sometime I forget maybe in the the sixties or seventies they allowed the people who worked on these giant state farms to also have like a little tiny you know kind of mini farm almost like Glorified Garden Garden. That was just for them and in no time flat. Those those private little farms were producing enormous amounts of food. And I forget with the I read up on this a long time ago but basically this tiny little percentage of the agricultural land was producing some ridiculous percentage of the overall food food in the Soviet Union. In so you know similar kind of thing saved the pilgrims and and I actually dug up a quote from Governor Bradford which is really interesting because he's a hardcore collectivist in a lot of ways and yet he admitted that like Oh yeah the the whole experiment. Communism was a disaster and we had to let people have a little bit of private property so anyway this this is governor Bradford. This is sixteen hundreds. You know old old English. But Feel an indulge me at Abu. It is it is kind of interesting to see what he actually says so he says the governor is always a good sign. When you're talking about yourself and the third person? The governor with the advice of the chief EST among them gave way that they should set corn every man for his own particular in in that regard trust to themselves and so- assigned to every family a parcel of land for that end. Only only present use. This had very good success for it. Made all hands very industrious so much. More corn was planted than otherwise would have been by any means that governor or any other could use and saved a great deal of trouble trouble and gave far better content. The women now went willingly to the field field and took their little ones with them to set corn which before would allege weakness and inability whom to have compelled would have been thought tyranny and oppression. The experience that was had in this common course condition tried sundry years and that amongst godly and sober men in other words. He's saying these were you know. Generally people with a strong work ethic Dick in a strong community spirit and communism didn't even work among them a so he continues may well evince the vanity of that conceit of Plato's that the taking away of property and bringing community into a Commonwealth would make them happy and flourishing for the young men that were most able and fit for labor and service did re pine that they should spend spend their time and strength to work for other men's wives and children without any recompense upon all being to have like an all to do a like they thought one is good as another another and so did work diminish the mutual respects that should have preserved amongst men let none object. This is men's corruption. All all men have this corruption in them and then There's the jotted down to align from volume one of conceived in liberty career off Broadway talks about this stuff and after this long quote from From Bradford saying that the Communist experiment failed in the privatization partial privatization was a success chest. Rothbart adds this quote the antipathy of communism to the nature of Man here receives eloquent testimony from a governor. Scarcely biased a priori in favor of individualism and quote. So right there is I know some some Libertarians. Know that little detail all about the pilgrims story it's been in a few different Books by like some. You know free market economists but it certainly not well known amongst the general public in. It's not mentioned in most American history textbooks and it really lays out a a layman's case. of this example of why Communism doesn't work why that collect was approach does is not work. I guess I would have without really meaning to I mean he's just describing what he's seeing I don't think he was trying to the Bunka his entire collectivist philosophy. But if you take it to its logical conclusion in that full. Communism didn't work a little bit of privatization showed incredible results. I mean the logical conclusion would be well. Then we want more of that part of the collectivism part. Yes and they eventually did. I think they kept some amount of communism still until that seven year term that they had agreed upon and then at at that point they they they privatize things. You know quite a bit more but you know the the pilgrims and puritans Steve for that matter. They were kind of need your collectivists. Their their version of Christianity was a very Communal one where. It's not just enough that you believe the right things behave the right way. It's you've got to be in a community. Were everyone else you know. Toes the line and so you get a fair amount of like people. snitching on their neighbors and reporting their neighbors for sorcery. And who knows what in all all that classic stuff. Yeah Yeah So anyway as we alluded to before they also got saved from starvation by some natives and the the crazy thing here is the story of S- Cuanto which a bout I th. I think it was three years ago now. Episode one twenty six six of the danger history. podcast they look this up earlier today because I couldn't remember when it was I did I did a detailed episode talking about the story of S- quantum because it's it's a wild wild story and we have contradictory sources so some of the details were not sure on but I'm guessing if there is a Disney movie. I'm not even sure. If there is not related head to him it would just be. He was a really nice Indian. Who Will you know these new people that showed up and You know he showed them how to speak the language show them how to trade and then the rest is the rest is history and he probably a little more complicated and he probably saying a whole bunch of songs obviously. How else would you communicate to people? You're just meeting for the first time that don't speak language absolutely well so the the pilgrims You know they encountered some some natives. Early on that spoke English there was one guy that they encountered. I spoke a teeny bit of English. It but then they found this guy squad who spoke English fluently and it turned out that he had been abducted by by English there were English raiders who came to to Massachusetts sometimes trading and sometimes rating sometimes kind of blurring the two together They would trade trade with the Indians and sometimes they would also grab a few kidnap them and ship them back to Europe where they were sort of treated as like like souvenir slaves in a way like they weren't put to hard labor usually but you know Kinda have him around as a curiosity and like make a beer butler something like this. It was sort of a trend in some European countries at the time because because they were You know so you so unique. I guess that was seen as sort of a badge of honor away like look. I got an Indian normal slave. It's not just some indentured servants guy exactly exactly. I mean it's like someone with like a really you know the the attitude is like someone with a really weird exotic pet basically. Yeah I've got a Chinchilla have so I just have a dog. I don't have any pets. At the moment I used to have snakes but But anyway the story wanted has at least once he was kidnapped and shipped over to Europe. And it's possible according to some versions. It's The may have actually happened to him a couple of times. He may have actually been kidnapped then managed to get back to America somewhere and then got nabbed again Either way he spent spent some significant amount of time in Europe and learned English and kind of learned some of the ways of the white man and it just so happened that during the years he was gone is when all the diseases swept through and kill like ninety five percent of the Indians in his old neighborhood. I guess he got nabbed at the right time. Yeah yeah so we gotta get kidnapped at sit to be right before right before your people get down. Yeah I mean the good news is he. He made it through that. That particular epidemic. The bad news is is when he got back he found out that like all of his all of his buddies and family and whatever were pretty much gone So he he. He ended up being the main kind of like go between gene between the pilgrims and the the Indians in the area. which were I think the pawtuxet or something like that? which was a subgroup group of Confederation that by the time the pilgrims out there were around one hundred of them were there used to be a few thousand thousand so we're literally talking like ninety five percent. Were those of the same tribe that had been wiped out previously like by diseases or were these like different different groups. Now they were they were the remnants of group that had been virtually wiped out by disease. Santa so anyway. That's that's how the the The pilgrim's Adams raybird able to establish communication With you would think in this point then those remnants that anyone that survived in other diseases brought over by previous groups of of Europeans and even considering squad does you know his his run INS with Europeans that they would stare stare where well well clear of these people when they came in but What do you think the reasons that these groups and Scotto himself were still I guess able and willing and able to is still interact and trade with and and talk to these pilgrims who showed up after all the negative of experiences with previous encounters? They definitely were a bit. You know cautious and standoffish and they had been before they even even the the initial people trading and reading through the area the said always Kinda kept him at arm's length but they ended up getting disease anyway just from from a little bit of contact but what happened was the in the pilgrims of course explain it is like Oh God is is making these Indians nice to us but actually what it was was that particular the group of Indians in the area around Plymouth. They were worried about the kind of rivaling. I think it was the nearest gas at tribe. That was a little bit further further inland which had been sort of traditional rivals and enemies of them before the white man showed up and what had happened was the Indians near the coast. Got Got hit much worse by a disease than the Indians further inland and so the Indians by the coast. What was left of them? They were like looking for allies and help against the other Indians. And so that's that's what actually made. The group led led by the chief. He's mentioning all the Thanksgiving Stories Masote. what what made him like open to you. Trying to be friendly. And basically making an alliance with the pilgrims was. He saw them as potential allies against the other Indians nations. That he was worried about because they said they had not been hit as hard by disease and so there were still fair. Number of them So so you know you get this alliance of convenience and it's out of this that you get You know the Indians teaching them some farming techniques and things like that and then eventually you do get the first Thanksgiving I will say just as a side note what ends up happening with. S- Cuanto after that. It's kind of interesting. He never quite fits Sinn with anybody. He sort of like a man with one foot in each community and neither community fully trusts them The the pilgrims they certainly appreciated him and Kinda liked them but they always you know saw him as an outsider to some extent and then the Indians they. They didn't trust him because he had spent so much time. Among the white folks and Also eventually intially it. It seems that it's possible. That Swan Toe may have been plotting against chief master soit masses. Wait got wind of it and kind of at one point even wanted to kill swanton wanted with the pilgrims actually protected him and hold a card thanksgiving. Yeah Yeah I mean. There's all this drama. It's it's really crazy but anyway Scotto Oh ended up dying of some unknown disease. I think within about two years of the first Thanksgiving so you know squad to live longer than most of his his community did but not not by a whole hell of a lot. So is there anything more to that first Thanksgiving itself then because obviously I said when we're taught in kindergarten the garden. We just think it's just a happy happy gathering of two peoples coming together and being thankful for everything the Earth has provided for them but it sounds like it might have been even more maybe the coming together of a of a military alliance or you know something slightly less Cheri Cheri. Yeah I mean definitely there's some truth to the overall idea because it was it was celebrated did In the fall probably in October of sixteen twenty one so so basically after at at the time of their First Harvest Satala may the Canadians have it right when they celebrate Thanksgiving yeah. It was celebrated more often in October in America for a while until it kind of got by the civil war it got sort of tagged in DC in November. But the was in part sort of like you know thanks for the harvest and obviously the pilgrims I would have seen it as you know thanking God kind of thing But yeah as as you were saying it also was in part like celebrating of an alliance. You know celebrating an alliance dance of these two communities against the more numerous Indians further inland. And it's really interesting when you try and dig into the details of the actual event of the first Thanksgiving itself off. We really don't have that much detail information about it. We have a couple of relatively short paragraphs that people wrote about it. Who who were there And there's not that much detail detail. Were pretty sure. It was in October. But don't know the exact day We have some information on the food that was served but not a ton and you know as people people might expect actually most of the food that they were eating is not the stuff people eat. you know in in Modern Day thanksgiving means that they have turkeys at least half Turkey's okay okay did have turkeys and and other other foul What's what I think is kind of cool that they had that most people don't include in their Thanksgiving they also had and this makes perfect sense given where they were they had venison and they had lobsters and they had lots of fish make a serious version of a production with those various animals? Yeah Yeah Yeah I I've I didn't have any venison at the time but One thanksgiving a number of years ago. I actually I did a few lobster just to you know just to kind of throw a bone to historical accuracy. I love it. I love it. You could do the venison and the Turkey and matinee the lobster tails inside the Turkey. And there's a lot of possibilities. Yeah you could do some some sort of weird like Low country boil kind of a thing. Throw some some corn on the COB husks in there who knows so. Why did that when a Thanksgiving become like an actual American tradition out of this because obviously this is still well well before we even have a country was something that was just celebrated locally after that or was it something that kind of people kind of went back afterwards and piece together and just sort of formed a holiday out of it became a tradition Maybe not always observed everywhere in America. America every year It it definitely was more common in the New England states for a long time and you know each kind of colony or then state state would maybe celebrated in on a different day or whatever. They weren't all marching to the same drum on that. But you know it was a common thing that there there would be in the in the autumn. Some sort of feast to celebrate the harvest and all that But then it started to get it. And there there were like some of the the earliest proclamations of President Washington proclamations of the Congress in whatever we're like they would pick up particular day for Thanksgiving feast some of those years in the early the years of the Republic but you know it was it was not real strictly defined. It wasn't a nationwide everyone's agreement on it whatever And that that started to come into being with the civil war And then it started to get more more standardized on that I forget if it was I forget if it was during the Lincoln administration creation or if it was later when they specified you know that it would be Always the third Thursday in November. I forget exactly when that became the day. But you know it's obviously then over time it's entered into American mythology with all this you know. Pageantry imagery mythology of national origins begins. And you know America's rendezvous with destiny and exceptionalism and you know providence favoring America and all these sorts of things. I don't know kind of gets blended up and wrapped together with a mixture of some real stuff and then a mixture of a fair amount of BS real events plus Disney version of events equals American can holidays. Yeah Yeah Yeah basically. It's shoehorned in into serving that that founding myth function and it's kind of interesting Some modern commentators have pointed out that you know everybody kind of focuses on the pilgrim story in terms of like the origins of colonial British. North America But JAMESTOWN was founded like thirteen years before but of course Jamestown is in many ways and even darker and more messed up story story in. Its early years so you know they kinda like just ignore that. As the Founding First Little Myth there skip to the pilgrims because the pilgrims is wall it's got a pretty thick veneer of BS. It's at least it's at least more amenable to giving the propaganda treatment Then his James is not not much you can do with Jamestown that that looks you know both plausible and Nice. I mean everyone gets much cheerier. Tail out of this Thanksgiving feast. I'd say every everybody kind of knows that the Disney version of Pocahontas and whatever is like complete B S. You know in a way that most people don't know that the Thanksgiving story is bs hold the jurors is kitty cats. I have to jump in here for one second and tell you about another great libertarian. PODCAST and this one is not your typical podcast. This one doesn't really focus so so much on the ideas of liberty but on music and who doesn't love music in some form or another. I guess people don't but who really wants to know those people anyway. Let's be honest any the way. The show is aptly titled. Sounds like liberty sounds like liberty is hosted by liberties favorite nerdy husband. Nick picone and his wife Lizzie. They they speak to guess every single week to find out who has the best music taste here in an Kapustan and the Lions Liberty have actually been on the show at least a good number of US myself. Brian Brian Williams and Howie Snowden have all been on sounds like liberty. We're still waiting for the John Episode. But we're not actually sure if John Listens to music because we already know he doesn't watch movies. So here's what I want you to do. I want you to go ahead and go on over to and CAP MUSIC DOT COM and check out. Sounds like liberty or just search. Sounds like liberty liberty on your favorite podcasts. That's all I do. I stick completely to the pike actors but sounds like liberty is an excellent show and really does a great job of merging culture music music and liberty together. I highly recommend this program if that wasn't enough. The show is co hosted by an African American female and CAP. I mean what. What more could you ask for and by the way nick did? Tell me to say that the ADS do check out. Sounds like liberty go to an cap music dot com right now to learn more. Well there's another angle I wanNA look at here and this is something that I honestly didn't know too much about. I never heard of it all really until you had mentioned it to me when we were talking about doing this. Show and this is actually discussing. Another colony El Ni Not The colony. That thanksgiving is based around. But this is something called the Marymount County. What can you tell us about this? Other County Maybe to start with like who founded it and what was the purpose of this colony and and how are they different from the pilgrims. Okay so the the marymount colony is led by this guy named Thomas Morton and you know. They're kind of doing a similar thing. Although they're not as much of like rigid a theocrat or anything as the pilgrims. But you know they're looking to found a community and they're also looking to Do some business and profit and you know they they were as were the pilgrims but the Mary matters rightfully better at it they were trying to Produce Things ultimately to sell not just to survive and to also trade with the Indians because there were a lot of things. The the Indians had that the Europeans would value and vice versa of the Europeans. Were furs and hides and things to ship back to Europe. And then of course the Indians would want European tools and guns and goods and stuff and liquor to when it was available and and And so anyway the Marymount Group. They were very different group. They were they were not. Pilgrim's they were not puritans they were people mostly from southern England. who were what are known as High Church Anglicans quickens which means their their church of England? People that are like rather Catholic and even pagan and so in many ways very much the opposite of pilgrims or Puritans in their theology in their religious practices and in their social attitudes apparently by like seventeenth seventeenth century standards the hydrogen Leekens were pretty pretty socially tolerance and so anyway they set up. This colony called Marymount. It's not that far are from Plymouth. Already sounds more fun just name alone. Absolutely it's basically like you're you're putting you're putting Las Vegas like right next to Right next to Mecca or something like this you know. It's quite a contrast so the the the present day site if anyone's interested is the town of Quincy Massachusetts that uses So it's really not that far from from Plymouth but it is you know is separated from it and This is something by the way that that Murray Rothbart talks about this a bit in volume conceived in liberty and also that he has russell talks about it briefly in I think in the first chapter of renegade history the United States so the Mary matters they set up this community. That's like super laid back and mellow They're often like partying and whatever but they're also still managing aging to to work and do business. Naturally at the time be more profitable than the presuming. They didn't set things up like the pilgrims with this attempt at Communism. No Oh no. It's my knowledge. They they never messed with anything like that. And I mean it's just a much better sounding place There's much more discoloration and for people doing whatever they often would socialize party and even a interbred with some of the Indians in their area. They like not along long super well with Indian with out good young out like you guys are gonNA share food. We're taking this to another like they're partying together. I mean literally. That's that's what the sources say Okay and you know the the Mary matters they're getting any girlfriends. And whatever it's like in a in a shows that that no folks Indians could actually get along pretty decently when when when a good faith effort which made amazing things happen when you choose to party with people instead of choose to slaughter them. Yeah Yeah Party and then do business and and like it was working marymount. Hers were were making more profit than Williams were and they They also another thing. Thomas Morton Freed the servants in his group gave them their freedom. You netted servants. He gave them their freedom and actually let him in on the business on on on doing wins and all that and so not only were more people wanting to move there then wanting to move to to Plymouth and the and the Plymouth people they I only wanted you know people like them for the most part of the than a few indentured servants to move there but then also people who were indentured. Servants in Plymouth got Wind of Oh just you know how far away was days Walker. Whatever there's this other community of Englishman who are like having fun and partying with the Indians and Oh and they might even give your freedom and and let you in on the business if you if you make it there you know so not. Surprisingly the the Merry Mount Colony started to grow a lot faster than the plymouth quality of Wilco and basically had this guy who by this point hit almost becomes sort of a quasi military dictator amongst the pilgrims sky. Captain myles standish in the Plymouth Colony. They had their governor but miles standish by the mid midst. He was sort of taken the initiative to really like make things more authoritarian even than they are really were in Plymouth and he immediately hated the marymount colony when it showed up and once it started to to get more profitable and attract more people than the Plymouth Colony Mile. Sanish decided this thing's got whoa. So he he mark is up there. I think Marymount began in sixteen twenty five if I remember right and I think it's the only three years later that Monsanto all right we're shutting these people down just a pure jealousy I guess Yeah out of like. They couldn't live with the fact that that someone who believed the opposite of them on almost everything was like just up road and waving in such a way and they're succeeding which like really kind of rubs rubs the pilgrims nose in it and everything right the gods not spotting them so whilst Ns decides he's going to be the hand of God. I guess so. Mark is up there with an army of pilgrims they basically attacked the place and They tell Thomas Morton would if he'll surrender with no no kind of give him his people safe conduct. Then they surrender render them the pilgrims end up attacking anyway and they grab They grab Amish Morton and they imprison the almost kill him and they dragged him down into a Plymouth and they try him in one of their courts. which you know legally speaking shouldn't have had any right to try guy from from neighboring colony And the myles standish was pushing for the death. Penalty ultimately decided to just imprisoned him for a while then ship England. What were the charges which is like what what are they? What are they accusing this guy just being a heretic and general or what? Yeah I'm I haven't been able to dig up. Like what the exact if we have records of the court proceedings for this. I I've never come across but I'm assuming it's you know basically like ungodly conduct and whatever one of the things that the Marymount people had done on. They had set up a maypole in the middle of the community and they would often like party around the maypole which is something that Europeans who were still kind of more Pagan Hagen ish in their practices often do and you know to have. What does the maypole exactly? It's just like a poll that you would set up in the middle towns. Were like in the town square And you would decorate it and it would also sometimes. I think it would sometimes be used almost as like an early version of social media like people would post host most honored for people and stuff like notices their status update. Yeah exactly exactly so But but to the pilgrims all of this is like paganism Zim Slash satanism and the fact that they're dancing around this pagan symbol sometimes with Indians who they might drinking and populating with to To the pilgrim's like this is all like it's right up there with witchcraft and sorcery. Basically so anyway they. They shut the whole place down way. Imprisoned Pundits Morton almost killed him. Miles standish apparently was considering possibly just murdering him while he was in custody when he couldn't get a Wolf Melby but he what's he would say. What do they ship them? Back to Back to England and basically destroyed the colony. And there's a there's a short story you by Nathaniel Hawthorne who is most famous for scarlet letter and stuff like that Written in the nineteenth century cold the May pole of Marymount and once you get past the kind of weird language to our. Our ears are is It's a very interesting short story. Because because he very kind of I think he's mostly just sort of you know guessing and making up the details of what happens over no but in the story he he basically has it so that when the grumpy milgram show up to shutdown marymount. There's actually a wedding going on two beautiful young people and it's this beautiful beautiful kind of paganism sort of wedding ceremony. Whatever and then income these grumpy our pilgrims all in black point blunderbuss and everybody shutting it down you know uh-huh and basically telling them like the party's over And it it's it's interesting to think about in this is sort of. How thaddeus Russell frames it in? And I think it's an interesting way to think about it like that. There were two alternative founding of America right next door to each other earth this one. It's like very free. Spirited spirited and and tolerance and you know getting along with the Indians even and all this sort of thing and then next door is grumpy jerk to no one a control everything control everybody and sort of thing and you know. Unfortunately it's the. It's the grumpy jerks. That will never happen and shut the another one down and not that the nothing libertine spirit ever goes away in America but that it kind of gets. It's it's Bush out of the driver's seat that otherwise might have ended up in and it's one of those interesting alternate history things to wonder about like maybe if the maybe the Mary matters had taken a few breaks from partying like whether a better focal fence force or whatever maybe they would have been able to fight the pilgrims off. I don't know but maybe Thanksgiving would be you know a year time of year when we all dance dance around the maypole and we do marymount type of dance around the maple and thank Thank the Pagan Gods that We fought off those Dan pilgrim so that we could still be free and it really is like literally. Sometimes you have to fight for your rights party. Well that's a way to wrap things up eh. Talking about our little libertarian lessons. We can get from Thanksgiving one more thing I want to talk about. What was the ultimate fate of Plymouth? Rock of that Pilgrim County Obviously they dabbled in communism. Things got better when they accepted a little private property that took out the marymount colony. Because they're having too much fun. A whatever became really ultimately Plymouth Rock. It never really flourished never got very large population and you know they eventually like made a living and were self sufficient but they never. They never really prospered very much. Which just ten years after the founding of Plymouth is when the Puritans non-pill puritans the non separatist puritans when they started showing doing up in Massachusetts in much larger numbers and for a while Massachusetts employment? Were legally two separate colonies plymouth as tiny when pound down in area right around it Massachusetts was much larger but for a bunch of Decades they were technically two separate colonies and then Somewhere I think around unlike sixteen eighty or ninety or something like that Is when because the Plymouth colony by that went with any little group of people and they basically just sort of got absorbed. ORB D- I think more or less voluntarily they got kind of absorbed into Massachusetts. So you know the people never went away. Okay but but the Plymouth colony stop being separate all right C. J.. Well I really appreciate you coming on doing this. Little deep dive into the dangerous history of thanksgiving x giving. We'll talk a call. This a dangerous look thanksgiving. How about that and before he goes? Well why don't you just take a minute to give a little rap of how everybody can find that your podcast of course dangerous history and feel free to plug away in any anything you got going on any big projects you got going on. Any big series are currently in the middle of feel free. Just give everybody the full roundup of what you got happening at Dangers Christer. Well thanks. I appreciate that and thanks of course for having me on. It's been fun Yeah the the PODCAST is dangerous history. PODCAST it's not dangerous history. Three PODCAST DOT COM. You'll get to my website and you know it's available and all the usual podcast venues just put in dangerous history. podcast you'll find it and it's you know. History from from a libertarian anti-establishment skeptical kind of point of view always trying to look for the perspective on things that people have not been forced to before likely likely if not anyway. And let's see you got a few different things in the work. Some in the middle of a many part series going super deep into the life hyphen career of Woodrow Wilson Let's see I'm hard at work on the third episode in that series right now hoping to get that out for the end of the month will say Other than that. I've also got my I'm working on my dangerous history. Lyceum course rise of the American Empire at the first lecture sure on that already available working on the second one and that's for folks who support me via Patriot subscribe star at fifteen bucks a month or more in in addition to all the other bonus material that the lower levels of support yet those who go for fifteen dollars or higher level they get access to this course that I'm making gene rise of the American Empire from independence to the present day booking at American history in the way that you would look at like the rise of the Roman Empire the rise the British Empire Drew Imperial Lens of analysis. So anyone who's interested in check that out for you know that I that part of the first lecture available on the public feed one little sample but if you want more than that you've gotta you've gotTa throw down for the paywall and you gotTa make a pet some point or el L.. Santa what we're just going to be doing this forever and live out of living out of a TV or something like that you know. I'm generally not a believer in the Labor theory of value. But I make exception for myself exactly. We often make make exceptions somewhere. Especially when it means we have taken a little revenue for exchange for our hard work well. Cj we really. I appreciate all of your hard work and olive your knowledge on these issues and we look forward to doing some more deep dives on various topics in the future. Keep up the great work. Cj Keep on roaring and keep on Goblin Day while we're at it all right. Thanks very much and anytime only back on just let me know all right kitty cats. I hope you enjoyed wait. A minute. Conversation with Professor C. J. Kilmer if you're at all into history you've got to check out the dangerous history. PODCAST is bar none. I don't know if it's the best vast Dan Carlin's awesome too. But it's definitely one of the best history podcasts out there. It's my personal favorite. Because I don't always have seventeen hours to sit there. Dan Carla Joe to sit through hardcore history. There's of course a great great program as well but this I was really glad to do this. Little deep dive. On thanksgiving debunk some of the myths. And learn some libertarian lessons. Perhaps from the past. And but now we're GONNA look to the future and the future the future is full of merriment. You might say. I think we're actually going to take after the residents of Marymount out this coming Wednesday when we have our annual Thanksgiving special with our friends Johnny Adams and rallying late heart from blast off. That will be airing this Wednesday on electric liberty land. Of course Brian host. That show every single Wednesday where he brings you his weekly shot of comedy culture and liberty and of course so much battery. And that's really what you're going to be hearing this coming wing Wednesday and then as always gentle be wrapping things up on felony Friday. This one's a felony black Friday. I guess so. I have no idea if John is any specials. Who's going to be offering you or anything like that? I don't even know I don't we. Don't talk about this kind of stuff. He does his own thing. But I can certainly tell you that if you want black Friday. If you want cyber Monday deals I can tell you. What linked to go through and that is the link that we have at Lyons of liberty dot com slash Amazon? If you do any of your holiday shopping through that link your black Friday deals your cyber. Monday deals gesture gesture toilet paper. I don't care what you're buying anything you buy through that link will give us a little kickback. Cost you know extra money. That's a really easy way to support this show that we probably don't mention it enough. But it is the holiday season so lions of liberty dot com slash Amazon for all your holiday gifts. Your Black Friday deals cyber Monday. Deals please do your shopping through their help. About your favorite Libertarian podcasts. And if that's not enough for you you could. Of course support us directly on patriotic over a patriotic dot com slash lines of liberty. We got tears tears tears. We got tears for everyone starting as low as two dollars a month. which lets you access our live streams of course they go higher and higher from there are new nittany level of fifty dollars? A month will allow you to choose certain shows that we do. You can choose a conspiracy corner topic which will be a public show that will be released on the public feed. You can also choose to have a movie review. Basically you get to control our content content directly at that level and of course at one hundred dollars a month you even get a weekly advertisement on one of our three shows. That's one of those spots. is currently taken up by the forementioned. Nick picone and his great show sounds like liberty. Find out all about it over a Patriot dot com slash lions of liberty. If you WANNA toss us a one time donation you can do that. Pay Pal how dot me slash lines of liberty and if you want to donate cryptocurrency you can find those links over at Lyons of liberty dot com slash donate but really at the end of the day. I am most thankful for all of our listeners. Out there for every single one of you that clicks that download button that gives us a list that tells a friend about the show that clicks a like button hits a re tweet because at the end of the day A- all of our listeners. Oliver People that are getting involved in this conversation about the ideas of liberty. You're the reason we exist even if we had all our Patriot supporters even if we had all our advertising money even if he had all the benefits of taking in money it wouldn't really mean that much if we didn't have people listening if we didn't have way more people out there listening so of course there's not everybody is going to be in a position to support the show financially. Obviously we all have different things. We need to spend money on. You might prioritize other libertarian. PODCASTS over US and that's Okay Paul we do ask you to do is to tell people about this program. That's free shoot name on somebody. Hey you're interested in the ideas of liberty. There's an awesome show called lines of liberty. Check it out. They've got this cool format these guys iser awesome Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. You works talk us up if you like if you're really thankful for this show if you're a thankful for us as we are for you that's all we ask of you. We ask you to click that share button. Click that button. Leave us a five star rating on a great view on Itunes stitcher. Where ever it is that you listen to this program because if you do that we'll keep doing this? And we're going to keep spreading these ideas of liberty that's a fact my friends that is undeniable fact almost as undeniable as the fact that we are going to have a ridiculous Gila ridiculous. Time this coming Wednesday if our history is any sort of indicator whatsoever I will not feeling very good the next day but I do encourage you take it. That subscribe button so you don't miss anything so you don't miss this Thanksgiving special this coming Wednesday on electric liberty land until next time kids live. Oh Oh live free. It's where the rubber always meets the road drink. Actually I'm not even sure what that means new speed radio network live at heart. Bentley's feed DOT COM. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by the follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public public news service daily newscast four Thursday December. Six two thousand nineteen. I'm Eric Take it off a house. Vote to impeach. Trump could come before Christmas Christmas speaker. Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday. That the house would begin drafting articles of impeachment against trump. She says lawmakers had no choice but to act act and that allowing trump to stay office would come at the peril of our republic. Democrats have charged. The president withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine into the digging up dirt on trump's potential rival Joe Biden and the twenty twenty election hours later at a news conference Polisi erupted after a reporter asked if she hated the president. The speaker shot back that the. US Constitution was the issue at hand and that as a Catholic. She doesn't hate anyone for the second time in less than three months. Young people around the world are in the streets today to take part in a global youth climate strike urging cities to take action mark Richardson reports from Arizona now rallies organized by the global youth. Climate strike are expected to draw thousands of students in their adult allies to local city halls to demand. Public officials act to fight the climate the crisis Zach Dennis Lee organizer for Arizona Youth Climate Strike. He says the just showing up they will make specific demands of local elected officials that he of Arizona to eclair climate emergency and make climate action plans that are in line with the science on climate change climate. Change if happening. And it's GonNa happen whether we like it or not though. He thinks that he should be prepared. For Dennis's he expects students in their adult allies including workers educators scientists and politicians to be at his groups event Peoria in the West Valley peak. Flu Season is here when most people check in with their doctors about whether to get a flu shot but for migrants being held in detention centers. That isn't an option and US Customs and border protection has refused to offer. The flu. Vaccine to detainees now a group of physicians from across the country is pushing the federal government to allow the group to open a pilot. Flu Vaccination Clinic. Dr Danielle Dynasty signed the group's letter to government officials is advocating for migrant access to free flu vaccines. She says. Detention centers are high risk settings for severe flu cases. So you've taken a very high risk vulnerable population and then you put them into these very unsanitary conditions. Were you then have people who are surrounded them you may or may not have flu vaccines and may not know ooh right precautions to take and it's just kind of a recipe for disaster. She said so far the US Department of Homeland Security Department of Health and Human Services have ignored the request West. The traveling clinic would be run by a volunteer network of doctors with a donated stock of vaccines and a multi language consent process. Anyone who is considering considering getting a flu shot should consult with their medical provider. I'm Nadia Ramlogan. This is P. in s main Maine's relationship with native American tribes is different from other states. But that could soon change. Main treats tribal nations as municipalities rather than sovereign nations which which is unique among the states today a task force votes on modifying the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Implementing Act tribes currently follow state law except for internal tribal tribal matters some criminal cases natural resources and gaining rights among other legal areas representative. Donna Bailey. House Co Chair of the Task Force explains the reasoning behind the potential legal changes. The tribes have really asked for us to look at is to try to bring their I status in line with jungle. Federal Indian Law Law was first enacted by Congress in Nineteen Eighty to settle a legal dispute between the tribal nations ends and the state of Maine. That was Laura. Ross Brown tellem reporting in McDowell County West Virginia access to clean tap. Water is a challenge for many. That's why one community. He is trying something different. A new technology called hydro panels Linda mckinney who heads the five loaves and two fishes food banking kimball joined with manufacturers zero mass water to have twenty four hydro panels installed at her facility last month. They'll produce clean drinking water about nine hundred fifty gallons owns a month mckinney says it's a much-needed boon to local residents who otherwise rely on sometimes contaminated water from Duquesne Coal Company water systems. You're dealing with some systems that The piping is one hundred years or more out and there was no funding. No money no tax base to take care of those systems so if they bank is so excited to be asked to be a part of this she says the Hydra panels are like solar panels but instead of using sunlight to create electricity they I pull moisture from the air and filter it with sunlight to produce clean water. I'm Diane Bernard an indoor Vertical Farm in Jackson Wyoming that produces and sells Dell's roughly one hundred thousand pounds of fresh produce. Annually is powered by a workforce built on the concept of diversity. Eric Gladys has more nearly two thirds of vertical harvest harvest workers face disabilities including Autism Down Syndrome or vision speech and learning impairments caroline. kroft estee is the company's CO founder and says inclusive -clusive integrated workplaces are game changers for businesses. Because they bring in new energy. Everybody's excited to clock in. They're ready to work there on. Sometimes they work hard. It's really shifts the culture and kind of Ray bar for all of us creating with really beautiful fluid workplace where everybody everybody works together and works hard. The three-storey hydroponic operation produces as much food as a traditional five acre soil. Farm Year round and with a lot less water. I'm eric taken off for public news service. We are member in listener supported and online at Public News Service Dot Org Contra Krugman episode two hundred at eleven. Welcome to the PODCAST and takes apart. Paul Krugman New York Times column. Join US as Tom. Woods and Bob Murphy. Perfect each economics by uncovering dissecting the arrows of Krugman Nobel Prize Winner newspaper columnist and Destroyer of Nations. It's time for Contra Krugman Krugman everybody. Tom Woods Bob Murphy here with another episode of Contra Krugman a very special episode we are here at the extraordinary. Very conference put on by the Austrian economic center here in Vienna and our surroundings our the unlikeliest of surroundings. Because we are indeed. Bob Where are we right now. We are are at a large table. Let me situate that table for you. We were actually at the Central Bank here in Vienna which is not a venue. I expected to be recording contract from Doug on it Bob. We're going places you and I yes I do want to mention just I should have brought up yesterday. mytalk there are actually two Austrian national banks. I don't know if any of you had that confusion. The taxi driver we took originally yesterday. I had the address at ten o'clock and so I was very nervous. WanNa get here on time and the taxi driver took us to a different building in on my google. Maps showed that there was like a little park in that where we were going head a little park and he's it is and I said where's the park because there was no park in front of the building in. He said Austrian National Bank and he pointed at the walls at Australian National Bank. And so I okay and I got out. We went into the teller for it and I said is there a conference here and he said as well as pulling up my information some euros fell out he said I you want change and I I I do want change. But that's more like a metaphor or of course for me for those of you know it's like three blocks. I'm getting my orientation like this way. It's a fortunately we went on this point. I'm in a real panic. What can I do if even the taxi driver doesn't know where this conferences in some guy in the street? So so what's it like the people the man on the street those more. It's dispersed knowledge or something but he got us there so I was thinking that that's the one time where I wish there was a monopoly in banking that there would only have been one. Yes we are at the Austrian National Bank though right now and when you say we you mean you and your wife. I found the place with no problem. I just want to clarify. I just walked all right. I was trying to provide employment all right well. Paul Krugman provides employment for us because his columns are like a giant. Make Work Project for Bob and me to sit around and do unnecessary work namely refuting errors. We wouldn't have to refute if he had uttered them in the first place but in the column. We're talking about this week namely Centrists Progressives and the Euro Phobia the November seventh twenty nine thousand nine column we begin with reference to the US presidential campaign. And here I was thinking that being in Austria for a week I would get to ignore that for a while but here it is steering me in the face. And he's making reference in particular to a woman who may in fact enjoy right now front runner status and that is us. Senator Elizabeth Warren Laura. And he's saying now by the way my summary of his column is always a dispassionate summary. Much as I want to make editorial comment we save that for later. So I'm simply telling when you what Krugman is saying. He says that one of the things he keeps seeing critics of Elizabeth Warren saying is that her policies would turn America a into Europe and maybe even France and he says now anybody making a claim like this. I mean you just have to wonder if people making these claims have paid any attention to Europe over the past few decades and he says yes. Europe does have big economic problems. But they're not the ones is that these sorts of critic seemed to imagine these critics. He says seem to be frozen in the nineteen nineties. When we would speak of euro-sclerosis Larosa we would talk about large social spending and excessive regulation leading to a kind of economic malaise in Europe and a persistent lack of jobs? And he says I'm going to quote this sentenced by the way because the wording here will prove very important for. But I'm queuing Bob for later. This is Krugman employers employers. The story went. Were reluctant to expand both because of high taxes and because they feared not being able to fire workers once hired heard at the same time workers had little incentive to accept jobs because they could live off generous social programs unquote and Krugman says but this is as long ago this job gap has largely vanished and moreover if we're going to compare GDP well it may be true that European nations have lower GDP per capita. But that's simply because Europeans have more vacation time and they're they're on vacation and so that's why they're GDP may be a little lower and that just goes to show they have. They've made a decision about work life balance. He says that life expectancy is another area where the United States as has in fact fallen far behind and he thinks this is because there's universal health care and policies mitigating extreme inequality in Europe. A says. Now there are still problems he says. The Nation's on the euro remain terribly vulnerable to financial crises. For reasons. Krugman has been talking about for a number of years and and he says also we have some European countries yet. Which ones you think these are? That haven't obsessive fear of deficits even when the European economy emme desperately needs stimulus. He says he says so. If Europe is vulnerable right now economically. It's because it's politicians have been an unwilling to be Keynesian enough times like this. That really challenged my ability to be dispassionate. And giving you these summaries I really we would like to say something but so he says look anybody who's pointing to Europe now as an example of what happens when you're to progressive politically is an idiot hit because Europe is quite robust and has moved past that old period of stagnation so that is more or less the column we always linked to the column column on the show notes page of our episodes so that would be in this case Contra Krugman dot com slash two eleven but those of you here in the live audience if you try to go to that page since we have applauded the episode you will find an error but those of you hearing the recording you go ahead and look at the column if you so desire so bob we have lots we can talk about here. I'd like to pitch something to you. And then maybe you you go with it. What's not mentioned in the column that we mention of unemployment and Europe is supposed to be doing doing very well there but what's left out? which is a major category? Here is youth unemployment. The figures on youth unemployment seem quite bleak in much of Europe her. And so you actually have some numbers. I didn't have the numbers I just knew. Qualitatively things are bleak quantitatively their bleak two times the historian on the economists so he he knows patterns but not numbers. Yes so what again specific quote again. Tom Did a good job. Summarizing about what is important to to make sure you understand the logic the rhetoric of his column. He was saying I asked these. These complaints about euro-sclerosis had some validity perhaps in the nineteen nineties. But at this point irrelevant in this specific thing. He says here just to make sure you got is. I'm literally quoting from Kubina. The jobs gap has largely vanished adults in their prime working. Years are actually more likely to be employed in Europe France included than they are in America so in general that sounds kind of odd. It's like sort of saying there's more people named Jacques. Doc who have a job in France than in America that seems like a very specific thing. You'd think when you say to somebody. Hey what's the labor market like. Is it worse in France or in the United States the first thing think people might bring up is like the unemployment rate you know rather than what portion of prime age adults have jobs and so if you look at that as of September twenty twenty nine the French unemployment rate was eight point four percent the US unemployment rate was three point five percent and then also you might say well. Maybe there's institutional differences differences between Europe as a whole or the economy's okay remember Krugman concluded by saying Europe's not Keynesian enough. So we want to pick like what's the country in in Europe representing austerity. That's not nearly Keynesian versus France. Germany is a good example. German unemployment in September was three point one percent percent so again French unemployment eight point four German in the United States were in the threes. So that right there. Would you have known that from Krugman's column. Isn't that an interesting statistic and then is Tom says too. So what's partly what's going on here. The reason the national unemployment rate is so much bigger than France is because crewmen picking that narrowly early Taylor statistic of prime age adults. And how do they compare terms of jobs. It's excluding the youth market so if you look at youth unemployment just to give you an idea so these numbers now. I'm reading are the annual average for the year. Two thousand eighteen in the United States youth unemployment rate was eight point six percent okay. In Germany. It was six point two percent in France. It was twenty point eight percent. Okay so I know I'm an Austrian Rian but even I know that twenty is bigger than eight or six okay and it's a lot bigger right. This is one place where card analogy is okay to US okay. And then and then also just to show with France Italy we picked that instead in the grand scheme of things. If we'RE GONNA complain about too much austerity or not Keynesian in an often you'll whereas Italy fall for me that's more on the social welfare at. Oh my gosh you know we don't want US politics to be like Italy. Italy's youth unemployment rate in two thousand eighteen. Was it's thirty two point. Two percent okay so again notice that odd juxtaposition there and the crews odd choice of statistics. So I would say he almost almost had to be very careful and walk a tight rope to reveal only the statistic that made his point rather than the obviously and again. It's not that we're the ones saying. Oh Gee Crewman's got up I put. Let's let's scratch our heads and try to go find something. They spent three hours again. When you naturally say to someone what is the labor market like the regulations and social welfare programs programs lead to less employment? The first thing somebody would say is what's the unemployment rate and obviously there's a huge gap in those numbers. All right. Let's let's let's get back to the column and see what what the next stuff is or how about this thing European nations have lower GDP per capita largely. Because they they have a lot of vacation time. They're going vacation. Do you think that's the explanation. I mean but by the way that's not absolutely implausible that that could have some role. What do you think about that? Sure so again like theoretically speaking and this is just for those who don't follow him. This is typical of the way crewmen operates. Rarely does he say something. That's demonstrably false okay. And even when we sometimes find him and we're going to get to this in a minute when we find him saying one thing today that seems at awed of what he said ten years ago. It's usually not that it's a literal contradiction it's what I coined as Krugman contradictions and I spelled with a K.. Now realizing Germany might yeah. Yeah of course co two K.. What are you talking about life in the United States? That's more of a play on Krugman's first name starting with the K.. By what I mean there is. It's not a literal contradiction like he used to say and and now he's saying not a it's just the arguments so for example here with the one we just went over the fact that now. He didn't say something wrong. I'm sure his statistic about Prime. I'm age working adults. You know having more jobs are higher percentage. I'm sure that's true statistic but the why did he pick that one and not the more obvious choice of standard unemployment. I would say clearly. A guided him one one and we'll show later when he wanted to make the opposite claim he relied on the unemployment figures. Okay so that's what we mean by a contradiction so likewise here. Yeah it's crazy like theoretically it is possible that a certain country because of the culture and maybe people just like for example in a country three that is in a tropical area in it's on the beach and there's coconut trees and whatever you might not expect them to work as much or it might not be as important them deliver in big mansions and to have sports cars because does not I just WanNa be outside and enjoy the beach the amenities of this of this natural heritage. So it wouldn't be crazy to look at those group of people and they may not work as many hours hours for their employer per year. Is People living in the Tundra due. That's not a crazy suggestion but in terms of economics there's a way you can isolate that so let me just make she understand that the distinction when economists call someone unemployed. That doesn't mean a person who doesn't have a job. It means a person who doesn't have a job but but who wants to have a job. That's what it means to be unemployed so if someone is seventy years old in isn't working if the person's just retired it is watching TV and going on the contre cruise or whatever. The person's not counted in the ranks of the unemployed. It's only someone's someone's applying for jobs and like government surveys ask. Are you seeking employment if they say yes and then so do you have a job and they say no. That's what it means to be unemployed. Okay so again. Improvement is is right. Theoretically that in principle the fact that they work fewer hours hours in France per year could just mean all. That's a cultural difference. And they they enjoy leisure more than people in the United States door. The People United States have this obsession with work in their workaholics. Hollick's that may be true but again the way you would distinguish and say is it merely reflection of preferences versus. Something's wrong with the market. The first thing you would look at is the unemployment alignment rate right. That's that's the measure if it were really just a matter of Oh no they just choose not to work as much because of their where they fall in their leisure material goods trade off in their utility utility curves. Or what have you. The way crew unemployment rate would still be the same. It's just. They were work fewer hours but yet as I just showed the unemployment rate particularly among youth is much retire and let me also just mention the story here the fact that Oh. There's there's a lot of regulations in place including things like a high minimum wage but also again the the claim in being that it's hard if you hire someone in France it's harder to get rid of them legally than it is in the United States and so that makes employers reluctant to hire people in the first. You have to be really sure this job applicant is probably going to work out because if you get once they get a job. It's it's hard to get rid of them if they turn out not to be productive so if you just think through who is that going to hurt more relevant you know someone who's thirty five that's had ten years of experience or someone who's seventeen trying to get his first job clearly that barriers barrier's going to hurt the seventeen year old more because we have no information about the person we have. The person has no skit of few skills okay. So that's why the youth unemployment is such a good statistic Piston to see which of these effects are which these explanations has validity. And so that's the way I would answer that one. All right we got more SEC- this this is what I just sit here and Bob got it. He's got the old noodle up here all right again why. He got the lifetime achievement award because they realized Tom's done checked out over. As as far as academic scholarship thing is a lot of the topics up on this program like healthcare and energy for for example and climate. Bob's a genuine expert on all those things I mean. He's he's done a lot of work on on the economics of climate change in in various areas of forums. And he's with the Institute for Energy Research is CO authored a book on healthcare. I mean so I just get used to saying well. It's another column and other area. Where Bob's the expert bird it's A? It's a good if you can't beat them join them. Is The philosophy behind Contra Krugman. Let's say we'll something about life. Expectancy we were talking about this before. Is there anything that can be so capitalism killing us sure so again so the and this is something in the United States right now. The issue of health care and health insurance. This is a huge issue politically. That's one of the central elements of the campaign. Some people point out it's funny to the Democratic contenders to become the presidential candidate on the one handed saying we absolutely need to solve climate change within the next ten years or else we're all dead and then the other thing is and we also need to fix health insurance and we know launch instead. It's interesting we're we're all GONNA be dead in ten years. Why do we need a good healthcare system? You know it's kind of but you've got wasteful but so of course you can imagine. In terms of politics. The political figures are not very nuanced and so it is true that Republicans in particular when they oppose a Democrat proposing an expansion of government provision vision of healthcare services or now you know the some like Elizabeth Warren and others proposing to get rid of private health insurance altogether and so Republicans will say. Oh that's socialism or you know everyone's GonNa be dying and so the obvious retort is to say oh but look at life expectancy in the G. seven or what have you all of these other nations every high income nation besides the US has some version of universal health coverage so this isn't some crazy totalitarian. Marxist ploy this is a standard thing and it seems seems to be working right because life expectancy in these richer countries is higher than it is the United States. So they're okay so I don't WanNa hear like just be too Glib in dismissed miss that I think that is an important element but there are some countervailing circumstances here so let me just give you a couple of examples. There was a study in the Jammu. I must've Sanford the Journal of American Medical Association in Two Thousand Sixteen. where a look precisely at this so they compared the US with twelve other high income countries in in the US had the lowest life expectancy of the thirteen? It wasn't a huge gap. You know more than a year difference on average in terms of you know at birth. What's the life expectancy? And so then they went through and look at some of the constituents of that gap it turned out that just about half of them were attributable to injury and so in particular. You're firearm deaths. Were accounted for twenty one percent of the gap so again I'm saying the. US had lower life expectancy than the twelve twelve other high income countries that they studied and so now they're looking at what are the causes of that and so twenty. One percent of the gap is explained by firearm deaths. Fourteen percent was what what they call drug poisoning and they include like over what they call overdoses and then thirteen percent was from motor vehicle fatalities. Okay so you all is number colonel being forty eight percent so the of course that doesn't mean old. There's nothing wrong with the United States and that is disturbing the motor vehicle. You could just say because because the US is so spread out people spend more time driving so it's not driving in a car is more dangerous than on a subway or a bus or a regular train gene so there. That's that's obvious reason that there'd be a gap that you'd expect the firearm the drug overdose. I mean clearly that's it issue and perhaps US policymaker should try. Try to figure out. Why do we have a higher rate of those types of deaths than other countries do but it's clearly not the fault of hospitals that if somebody gets shot they can't you bring them back? You see what I'm saying like that's the fault of capitalism. If you get shot you're probably going to die okay and so that's that's half of these figures alone accounted for by those. Was You know pretty obvious things and the other thing too is stuff like Americans tend to to have a poor diet than their European counterparts so for example there was a study thirty the came out now the the numbers were were average over the two thousand. So there's not one particular year but the obesity rate in France was seventeen percent in the US. It was thirty four percent okay. So things like data's well that just looking at the raw you know. What's the life expectancy? It's not entirely obvious that if there's a difference you should attributed just to the fact that there's private health insurance the United States when there's a lot of other factors so it could be the case that the US healthcare system actually does better on many suggest. Is that what. They're dealing with people in poor health when they start out now. When I summarize the column I quoted one particular sentence that may have seemed not particularly different from any of the other senses? But you now you'll see the key words in the sentence. Are The story went. So the sentence from Krugman is this is describing what euro-sclerosis was supposed to have been like employers. The story went. Were reluctant to expand both because of high taxes and because they feared not being able to fire workers once hired at the same time workers had little incentive to accept jobs because they could live off generous social programs so employers the story went Blah Blah Blah Blah. That's an interesting choice of words. Bob Story went that an interesting choice of words. So yeah as I was showing the time before the show show. We're conferring when Krugman says. The story went what he means is when I taught this in all my text books in the essays I wrote in the nineteen nineties so he said the story story as I told it in my text book that came out in two thousand ten was such and such okay. So let me doctor here. We're more academic setting so let me read longer than perhaps if we were on the Contra cruise so let me just go through. This won't be too long but I just want to show you. This isn't some one off thing where Krugman was drunk at a cocktail fail parties and I know this was a very documented thing. He clearly believed what. If you read this column. You would think it was something that Newt Gingrich made up or Ronald. Reagan made up North Margaret Thatcher. And Yeah maybe they care but now clearly the wrong. No this is what crewman was teaching people so from his twenty ten tax book. Okay so this is from crew men which he co authored with Robin Wells. The book was called Essentials of Economics and this quote came from the two thousand ten version of it or addition of it said people will respond to incentives if unemployment becomes more attractive because of the unemployment benefit. Some unemployed workers may no longer try to find a job or may not try to find one as quickly as they would without the benefit ways to get around this problem to provide unemployment benefits only for a limited time and require recipients to prove their actively. Look for new job. Okay also from his textbook macroeconomics the economics which he also co author with Robin Wells here. He specifically mentions Europe. That's the last one you could say. Well that was a generic thing. Maybe he didn't have Europe this one. He'll specifically typically mentioned Europe Krugman public policy designed to help workers who lose their jobs can lead to structural unemployment as an unintended side effect most economically honestly advanced countries provide benefits to lay off workers as a way to tide them over until they find a new job in the US. These benefits typically replays only a small fraction of a worker's income and expire after for twenty six weeks in other countries particularly in Europe benefits are more generous in last longer. The drawback to this generosity is that it reduces a workers incentive to quickly find a new job generous unemployment benefits and some European countries are widely believed to be one of the main causes of euro-sclerosis the persistent high unemployment that affects affects a number of European countries case again that was from crewmen teaching in his textbook in so notice to their that. When Crewman's now assuring us that it oh the problem has largely vanished in his textbook when he said what's the problem? What is euro-sclerosis? He didn't say there's a lower amount of prime age working adults. You can find work in France versus no. He said the unemployment rate that was the criteria by which he showed. There is possibly a trade off. Unintended side effect structural unemployment employment. So now tell us this is an issue you think he would point to structural implement. No as I showed that still. There is a huge gap and unemployment. Let me read one more here. This this is from June of one thousand. Nine hundred ninety seven crewmen was writing in what's called Salon magazine. Okay so this now is a more pop essay where Krugman's going to be a little saucy saucy little a little cheesy since we're talking about the frontier and and so the other ones. He's more formal. It's a textbook. This is Krugman being more writing for a popular audience. So I won't read the eldest. I'll summarize some of this Krugman says to an anglo-saxon economists Francis current problems do not seem particularly mysterious jobs in France. France are like apartments in New York City. Those who provide them are subject to detailed regulation by government that is very solicitous of their occupants. A French employer must pay his workers well and provide generous benefits and it is almost hard to fire those workers as it is to a a New York ten so attendant meeting someone who rents an apartment in New York City. New York's protein WPRO tenant. Policies have produced very good deals for some people but they've also made it very hard for newcomers to find a place to live Francis. Policies have produced Nice work if you can get it but many people especially young can't get it and given the generosity of unemployment benefits many. Don't even try so there. He's repeating the logic here. Let me just skip ahead ahead here. Now he talked about some people's suggested things like a European common market and so far as to fix it he says to acknowledge the potential virtues. Riches of European Economic Integration Risks Missing the essential fatuous -ness of the whole project Francis. Problem is unemployment in parentheses currently almost thirteen percent percent. Nothing else is even remotely as important okay. So before notice when I was telling you it's odd the crew picks that one statistic when you would think the unemployment rate would would be the most relevant just right at the beginning I cut. How do you assess this? That wasn't me saying that crewmen himself back in the nineteen nineties when he was diagnosing. Oh Sing what causes euro-sclerosis. He's obviously price controls. Just like rent control in New York City makes it hard to find an apartment in France. You know. It's hard to get rid of a worker. There's generous benefits that you're mandated to give so of course it's hard for us to get it as the problem is unemployment. Nothing else is remotely is important so again notice here in this column. It's not the Tom skipped it. In the interest of brevity nowhere does Krugman say why price controls were bad in the one thousand nine hundred nineties and that stop being a problem since that all he did was point to some empirical measures. He didn't explain why the lot so for example is run controls still a problem or now you know basic micro-economic has been repealed. It doesn't tell us but again back in the nineteen nineties Krugman's thought yeah. You put a price control and place. There's GonNa be a glut or shortage what he thinks going to happen. All right I WANNA I move on to this This one Europe suffers from persistent weakness in demand because key players Germany in particular have an obsessive fear of deficits even when the European in a Konami desperately needs stimulus and then he goes on to say that the problem is that politicians have been unwilling to be Keynesian enough non that that always in the United States. We have the same problem problem that we're it's never that there's something wrong with the whole Keynesian approach. Never it's always we haven't done enough of it. and Bob's CBS analogy has sometimes been if you were giving particular medicine to a group of patients every single time you gave that medicine. The patient died. Now it's possible awesome that the dosage was wrong. But your your first instinct your initial instinct would not be. We just didn't give them enough. That would not be that. Maybe there's something wrong with thing so with this topic. There are two ways to approach it now a lot of times we in the tradition addition. We want to first make sure we have the theory right so we want to understand what is wrong with the economy. What went wrong with the economy such that we we would have people like Krugman saying it needs stimulus when he says it needs stimulus? That means there's something wrong with it and so we want to know what went wrong with it. and Ah I distinctly recall Krugman in the wake of the financial crisis of two thousand eight saying that he was tired of all these people trying to understand what what had caused the problem because we needed more people trying to figure out what the way out of the issue is but there's a connection between what caused the problem and how you solve it and that is at the very heart of the Austrian analysis. You can't separate these things how you solve. It has intimately early to do with what you think went wrong in the first place and so when we look at a devastated economy like the one in two thousand and eight we want to know what got it in that position and so naturally we have the Austrian theory of the Business Cycle. And we look what is it that in that artificial boom really happen and as we explained as as as most people in this room no doubt no there is a misallocation of resources. The resources are misdirected into inappropriate lines of production that are unsustainable sustainable. That wouldn't have been initiated if people had been operating on the basis of on manipulated interest rates. Let's say so. What what we're facing then in the recession is the discovery of these errors? We have to now shuffle resources back into lines where they can sustainably ably be placed. Well how does fiscal monetary stimulus obviously does not solve that problem because it just adds more white noise into entrepreneurial enterpreneurial calculation. That doesn't solve the problem which is more of what caused the problem but then we also have fiscal stimulus with government could borrow some money and bill bridges but again is the problem that we don't have enough bridge. Is that the problem. The problem is that we have a lot of resources that are not where they belong. And if the government just arbitrarily just comes up with these these Beckenham arbitrary projects that are politically determined. Is that going to help us. Make sure that resources go where they sustainably can rest of a where they really belong shuffles them into more arbitrary lines so we have this theoretical opposition to the the twin forms of stimulus but then we could approach it the way a lot of people prefer to see approach which is through empirical examination. Right we can say well. How have these sorts of approaches worked and this is not the preferable way to look at it for a number of reasons but it satisfies a lot of people if you can say look? They tried fiscal stimulus. And here's what happened and in the case of the. US It so happens that when you try to find real examples of fiscal stimulus lifting the economy out of of a Rut. It's very hard to find that. So what you actually find as Bob as pointed out is that the proponents of fiscal stimulus are reduced to saying okay sure. Fiscal physical stimulus didn't solve the Great Depression. But it would have been a lot worse without it. Well that's a contrary to fact speculation and then this we can find one or two other examples to this but yet we can actually find the reverse so bob is actually written by the women of on a plug this right now. Bob Actually has a book called called Contra Krugman and the subtitle can I tell who came up with the subtitle go ahead. The subtitle has woods written all over it. The subtitle is is smashing. The errors of America's most famous Keynesian. Okay and in that book. You've got every topic under the Sun with all the empirical evidence evidence you could possibly ask for and all the theory that you crave as an Austrian all under one cover so Contra Krugman Book Dot Com is where you should go. You'll be very very deeply and profoundly satisfied by that but do you want to maybe say something on this. This line about fiscal stimulus. Sure let me let me. We'll we'll do it in this narrow case I brought it to the general principle here so again crewmen as saying the Yes. There's problems with Europe. He even goes so far as I say I wouldn't be surprised if Europe is the epicenter of the next global crisis so Krugman's very smart here. He he's very strategic so now no matter what happens he was right right right if Europe does very well he's going. I told you we should stop complaining about euro-sclerosis as I wrote my textbook came out last decade he could say that if Europe crashes and has the next great depression he can say well. I told you that might happen. It's just now. He's covering himself and saying if they do have a global crisis it's not going to be because of their generous unemployment benefits so on it's GonNa be because all those Germans there so fiscally austere if it weren't for them if they would be willing to run bigger budget deficits let's and if the European Central Bank would be willing to cut interest rates more the flood the market was more liquidity. That would have solved. The problem is because of these right wingers. That's the problem and so so you noticed there that he's no matter what happens. He's GonNa claim vindication. But you say okay. If what you're saying is the reason for example that France is still having some trouble. It's not because has a French policies. But because of this general what he calls austerity for coming from the Germans primarily. Then you would expect the the worst place would be Germany any rate. You would think they would be the ones that would have really high unemployment and maybe that would offshoot a little trickle over to France. Somehow it hurt them too because of the German pigheadedness but no as I showed you before the German economy labor market. At least is way better than the French wants. So it's odd that it's Germany causing all these problems for France and yet the German economy. So as as Tom was saying if you had to guess even if you weren't guided by theory and we just say Oh the Germans are doing the wrong thing. The French are doing the right thing. Wouldn't you expect the German economy. It'd be a lot worse than the French and yet you see the other way around. So that's one thing and then Tom says also just more. Historically there are plenty of examples of countries where the government in debt to GDP was getting too high getting alarming and the countries engaged in what has been called a steady and some cases they legitimately cut spending you know oh not just cut the rate of growth. Were actually cut it in those. Because there's plenty of success. Stories that have been documented candidate. Did it. There are several countries in Europe. It did I think Ireland did it where you can see. They drastically radically reduced their government debt to GDP ratio even in times when the economy was weak and nothing bad happened right. Their exports went up over their interest rates fell and so on in so Krugman in one column had to go through and explain away all those cases and he did the way. I said he's Oh. Well the reason that country got away with it was because their currency went down and their exports. It's went up or yeah. Their interest rates went down at a but none of those counted and has Thompson when you ask them okay. So you're explaining away. All the examples of where austerity worked. You explain them all the way and so there were extenuating. Okay show me. Examples of when big deficit pump priming work and they truly can't give a single example. They M- as Tom said they might say something like. Oh well the United States the Obama stimulus package but no the economy got worse in the Keynesian response was to say it would have been worse even still so. There's no time when you can point to this medicine. Being applied and the economy got better even World War Two is often considered to be the great example and believe it or not Krugman and has taken that away in the reason is because Robert Barrel went through and he looked at to say the CAIN. What what's the multiplier effect? If you look at government budget urged deficits and so on and it was very low end so crewmen then said Oh well the way he explored crewmen explained that barrels result was to say well there was wartime rationing. In other words the private sector wasn't allowed to consume more. Yes the big government deficits of world war two in the US would have led to a huge expansion in private sector gp but but it was literally illegal because of rationing so again another case where the Keynesians are showing us. The data would fit our predictions. If there wasn't something stopping it right but there's and that is single example where they can point. The country was in trouble. There was huge deficit spending and then the country got objectively better. As always we think we we arrested the slide and it would have been much worse in the cases where there's fiscal austerity in the economy does fine. They always say oh. Well you know the I guess. The economy wasn't such trouble after all so at any one or two examples you could just say but if consistently over time is always one way and not the other it starts making you think maybe letting politicians borrow Urwin. Spend money doesn't help the economy. I know it's crazy. But maybe maybe not for folks who don't listen to the Contra Krugman podcast a Lotta Times at the end of the episode as we're wrapping up. I'll say all right Bob. I think we're all finished and Bob will say can I say two more things and yeah sure. Of course you know. It's our show but I had a friend one of my private facebook groups say wouldn't it be fun if some day. Bob said kind of say two more things and Tom. Tom Just said no and the closing music comes on and we did that last time episode. Two hundred ten. Can I say no. Then the music statement. That was the end of the episode. So so do you have two more things you want to say. We have one more thing. Go lower one more thing quickly on the life expectancy because he thinks so. It's hard for us to summarize it here because it's a visual aid but crewmen and his column when he brings up the life expectancy point. He has a link to Krugman on twitter and he has a diagram and so I can't starts out early on like in the nineteen eighties. Were French life expectancy the United States were comparable and then over time. And you know this is the French one. It's rises more. They're both going up. But the French one goes up more rapidly and then at some point the US flattens out and actually goes goes down a little bit and so now the as this point now. The gap between them is the largest. It's been since the chart began. And so you know that's right and again I I. I don't want to come off as saying I don't care about that because I don't markets right. I think fans of the free market especially ones working in healthcare policy should be very diligent and make sure they understand stand. You know what's driving that and let's make sure there's some flaw in our logic and I've talked about some of the possible explanations for why gap could could have arisen but what's interesting is even Krugman's Krugman's own terms the US chart again life expectancy goes like this and then it actually starts going down which is unprecedented in when it starts going down on is right in the late. Two thousands like two thousand nine two thousand ten and so what happened there. So I think we're crewman's story would be all that was when the great recession really hit and because in the US we had this crazy system where poor people aren't guaranteed to health care. That's where you saw it. You know kick in but also another big change. That happened then. Was the introduction auction of the affordable care act what's called Obamacare colloquially and so you know that's just a one you can't prove it but I'm saying suppose in two thousand thousand ten life expectancy in the. US went like that. I'm quite sure Krugman would have said see. That was the benefit of obamacare. But the fact that it went like this you should give him positively so yeah. He doesn't even mention that. You just think that graph is prime official evidence that not having government provided health insurer guaranteed health. Insurance is a bad thing thing and let me just mention we had we had orne casts screamed because the way. US politics works with the expansion of the affordable. Care Act. What partly what they did? was they expanded. What's called Medicaid? Which is the program? The United States that provides where the federal government covers the healthcare expenses for Pete for people who are poor. And so where's Medicare is the one for people who are retired the elderly and so it was a medicaid means tested and the way just to summarize very quickly the way it works is that US states shoulder or they share some of the burden of that and so the way the legislation passed it gave us states the option action that the federal government would help them for like the first two or three years. I believe to expand Medicaid but then from that point forward the individual state would be responsible for the extra funding and so it was it was political too as you can imagine so some of the states that were run by Republicans rejected. You know the free money coming from Washington. DC and they didn't expand Medicaid even though they could have under the affordable Care Act's provisions and so the orange cast. WHO's a breeze researcher? In the United States wants the numbers came in and we had some data he looked at it and believe it or not. It turned out that the states in this period. US life expectancy was dropping opioid. The overdoses were hired. There are always people were speculating. What's causing this? And so it was interesting to see that. The states that expanded Medicaid through the affordable care act saw a bigger your drop in life expectancy than the states that rejected the federal money. Because I'm not saying federal money kills you might as certainly if you're in the Middle East it might but what I'm saying saying is what I'm saying. Is that again with. What would the data have to look like for someone like Paul Krugman to say Maybe I'm wrong here. Where so? It's almost like a controlled experiment that the states that reject it happened the same time period. It's it can't just be all because the great recession well because the great recession happened for all fifty fifty states and so why is it that the states that took the federal money and expanded Medicaid headed. Drop some some doctors. I know that are fans of the free markets. Say Oh it's because just the government spending more money doesn't make there be more nurses and doctors so now you're deluding the medical care among a bigger. So maybe that's why the quality of care went down. There's things like that you could. They do so I will stop there all right. So on the show notes page when this episode is published a Contra Krugman dot com to eleven will link to that episode because that was particularly good one and have some other resources related to the topic. We cover today and with that we will. We're GONNA cease the recording and then we'll take a few questions so we're wrapping up the episode. Thanks to everybody for listening. Thanks for listening to country treatment. Subscribe the show for free on Itunes or Stitcher at Contra Krugman DOT COM. You'll also find details. Show notes. Pages are blog books white. Tom and Bob and more at Contra Contre Krugman dot com next week like the sound of Contra Krugman our audio production is provided by pods odds worth media. Check him out episode. Fourteen hundred seventy six prepared a set fire to the index card of allowable opinion. Your daily dose of Liberty Education starts here. The Tom would show this. Sounds like you. You're debating healthcare with your interventionist friends friends and you just can't seem to hold your own. They immediately claimed the moral high ground. And you don't know how to respond. We'll check out my free e book. Your facebook friends are wrong about out healthcare and you will be shocked. Yes even you. A veteran libertarian will be shocked at just. How solid the Libertarian position is pick it up for free at your? Your friends are wrong. Dot Com. Everybody Tom Woods here. John Moody is checking in with us. We haven't spoken to him a while John. At the time we talked to him was executive director of the farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund. He's a farmer homesteaders leader in the local food movement and he started and has managed one of the largest food cooperatives in the nation. He's got an interesting initiative. It's a conference when we're talking about toward the end of our conversation. But I thought I would catch up with him on what's been going on with government food regulation farming all those sorts of topics and food freedom and all that he is the guy. Keep an eye on developments there so John. Welcome back DOC. Great thank you so much for having me. I've been meaning to catch up with you on what you're up to because you were I don't know maybe a transition the last time we spoke. What exactly is your primary work these days? And what institution are you with like. What exactly are you up to right now? So I've spent most so the past two years spending time with my wife and kids writing a couple of different books and kind of catching my breath. After spending the number of years fighting the belly of the beast as they say so I have my own small business. We started elderberry syrup. Business as part part of our farm. That's been really really successful that we're hoping to really scale up this year. wrote a few different books enjoyed some time with my young kids as as you understand. It's it's always like the challenge of a dad or like the time you most need to be working. The most to provide for your family has also like those critical years on. Your kids are small and stuff so so. That's really the big things I've been into the past few years. Well I thought in addition to this important conference you're putting on which which will talk about in a little while you might update us on just the general topic a topic that you follow very very closely of government regulation Asian and of intervention into food and farming and the sorts of things going on that a casual observer. Like me wouldn't know about. It is so obviously. There's the big picture issues going on right now involving you know the trade war with China and you know how that impacts it's made out to be a very big deal in terms of its impact on American farmers and it is a big deal but it's only a big deal because the government already So messed up the food and farming economy in the United States in no so if we hadn't turned everything from Ohio to Colorado into into an endless sea of soy and corn. Then you know we wouldn't then have to be bailing out. Farmers whenever we get into geopolitical Kerr tussles with other nations nations. So obviously there's some of that big stuff that people are aware of you know on kind of like the small day today. Level the FIZZ. MMA Food Safety D. Modernization Act is finally being implemented in. That's had some really interesting stuff pop up so far. A for instance awesome. It's been targeting. From what I've been told by a number of different people in different states Feed melts so the places that have a lot of farmers mors especially smaller farmers who aren't vertically integrated or part of Tyson and purdue and other vertically integrated operations you know yeah these local feed feedmills where you go to buy food for your animals and a lot of the feed mills now are both increasing. Pricing increasing minimum order sizes says it and and passing things on to you know their local farmers because Bismah is ensnaring an entangling a lot of businesses. Is that no one really imagined or new. We're going to get caught up in this new regulatory Schema and so that's going to be really really interesting staying as they continue to roll out his Ma and to see how that like freckles through Especially the alternative food economy since generally speaking when regulations head. They say it's not you know keeping the big guy in check but it's a little guy who always pays the price talk to me about You were telling me about the cottage food folks and apparently the rise of this phenomenon seems to be irritating the regulators. Why should that be? Yeah so yes so you know just a few weeks ago in Louisville on there is I guess it's considered the nation's premier biggest foodsafety conflicts. Let's and a couple of people I know went and attended and they were sharing how that it came up in a number of different sessions that you know these people in the Basically corporate food system the regulatory food system really really don't like the increasing growth and diversity. The city of the cottage food alternative that some different states have adopted in different ways. And you basically so readers kind of understand listeners. Understand talking about usually cottage food is food. That's produced right in someone's home so it doesn't have to be done in a certified defied kitchen. You know it's not generally subject to state or federal inspection so it's a regulators worst nightmare because it's something that they don't get to regulate and Edo different states have different things you're allowed to do under cottage food food and because of the work of the Institute for Justice quite a few states have adopted much improved greatly expanded expanded cottage food laws over the past five to six years. This is starting to become a really viable way to start a small business and a lot of these states but a lot of the regulatory people really don't like these laws because they to them. It's the is going to cause awesome mass outbreak. Everybody's GonNa die if they can buy a loaf of bread out of somebody else's kitchen instead of buying it from Kroger Type Rationale so. So it's a very very very interesting area because I know in the states that have adopted more expansive cottage food bills they have seen an explosion and small businesses businesses. They can operate under those exemptions which is exactly what you and I would expect because the biggest reason we don't have more small businesses in America is the barrier to entry if you have to go through a certified kitchen and all these other hoops and regulations you know. Basically makes it impossible for earth somebody who's wanting to pursue their dreams and their ideas. Let's talk about this further because I I'm not sure this quite qualifies but nevertheless ls. It does call to mind something from my past about ten years ago. I was living in Auburn Alabama and there was a woman on my street who made made the most delicious chicken salad you've ever eaten. I mean I didn't even like chicken salad as early so I thought then I had hers and I just couldn't stop eating it and pretty soon. We're all addicted to it. And then one day it stopped being produced and the reason why she got a threatening letter leaning to her that she did not qualify to be vendor chicken salad because she didn't have a kitchen that could be inspected all this sort of thing right. She was making out of her home. So so we're all having withdrawal from having no chicken salad. It was unbelievable. So what that wound up doing was causing her to decide to go into business have an industrial sort of oven and kitchen and so she started a chain that is now very successful throughout the southeastern United States called Chicken Salad Chick and that came out of her efforts in in Auburn Alabama being shut down and stymied because she was just opting out of her ron kitchen. There's there's no way anybody other than a competing chicken salad seller was responsible for having that letter sent to her. I mean that's no way. It was that she he made much better chicken salad anybody else but she did wind up having the last laugh as I say. Because now she has a crazily successful chain franchise operation. But is that kind of like what you're talking about. Yeah we'll and that's what like in a number of states because there is so many people bull operating in grey to black areas. One reason cottage food laws have been adopted is to allow people to do with. That lady was doing so they can grow to the point. Where even though it's not pleasant and even though I don't think they're really shouldn't have to they they can then transition into the full regulatory system once they reach a certain size and scale it because there's just so many people going rogue and say well? I'm going to do this anyway. Hopefully by the time I finally get the letter. I'll be big enough at that point to to make the a jump into this other system and nod habits squash my dreams and destroy my business. Let's talk about how farmers are doing knowing these days and let's start first of all with what do you think about the claim that the trump tariffs have had this kind on a boomerang effect on farmers that that a lot of people predicted they would have that farmers are selling less abroad. Is that really having noticeable effect on their bottom line nine or what what factors overall or contributing to the state of American farms. And what is the state of American farmers for that matter will be the first thing is the state. The state eight of American farmers has been bad for decades. So it you know. We bazeley had like three four bad decades with occasional goodyear's. Here's a in American farmers as a few people have put. It are the ultimate welfare queens. It Oh you look at the amount counts of money that the federal government funnels especially the corn and soybean growers through insurance programs and other stuff. And it's just a flabbergasting misting amount of money to prop up a farm policy adopted you know fifty some years ago and you know so. We'll we come today today to this issue with the tariffs to how that impacts farmers you know. I just kind of sit here and go like if we hadn't turned earned everything from Ohio to Colorado. It do an endless sea of corn and soy. We wouldn't have all of these problems every time we get into the geopolitical Kartoffel with another nation. And if we weren't using food as a foreign policy tool and as a way to influence influence into other stuff and if we didn't have this mistaken idea that we have to feed the world and we have to do at US tax payer expense a says the problem with the farming issue is it kind of robots in geopolitics economics. You know and foreign policy and so much else at. It's just ugly. It's just sad. You know the the rural the state of Rural Will America is a nightmare. I think it might have been the New York Times. They even ran an article basically arguing that like large portions of Rural America. America are are basically like the new ghetto they're just so economically crippled so riddled with drugs. Alcohol Havi the unemployment and that's just the end result of you thirty forty years of not just farm policy but by in a really just a regulatory environment that has strangled all sorts of jobs out of America and force them overseas to where they could he done competitively. What do you think the? US government's food and farming policy. Ought to be. Oh I you know I like quit. New Zealand did where New Zealand basically. I think it might have been in the early. Two thousands were they just realized that freedom is the way to go for their farmers and they need to quit trying to subsidize pick winners and losers and try and balance Alan Supply and demand. The there's an article circulating on facebook. Recently you know about how it Michigan You know the government forced forced farmers to let you know hundreds of thousands of pounds of Cherries wrought in the orchards rather than allow them to sell them because of production quotas and price controls in things and it. Just it doesn't work. We should let farmers and consumers boomers build a food economy that will actually work. Can that isn't dependent on tens of billions of dollars of annual bailouts to to make it happen and the New Zealand model was great. Because basically it was very Ron Paul like where they realised. The government had totally fudged up the food and farming sector in New Zealand and so they realized they couldn't just go cold Turkey so they provided a number of years of transitional constitional services the farmers they said. Hey you know like in three years the welfare ends all this kind of stuff ends all. This nonsense is going away so you have three years of some supported programs to help you transition into a model where our government isn't going to be doing this stuff anymore and now New Zealand has a really robust very successful very resilient farm economy and it's great and it would be amazing if America America would do something like that but the special interests definitely do not want to see something like that happened here. Do you talk to a lot of ordinary farmers. In the course of what you do you know because we live in farmland in Kentucky And we raise animals so I buy feed directly from a neighbor and tons of of my neighbors are farmers and on occasion. I'll go to the cattle stockyard auction sale in basically gets a drink like you know. Take a long deep drink of despair at the at the you know the auction. That happens down the road all the time. Yeah so I get to talk to farmers both in in my area and then you know I still get phone calls from farmers all over the nation when they're being harassed by government people and then you know one of the few combining home and auto with state farm gets you a whole lot covered for less but the state farm radio AD gets you. This jam covered for free preemies. STU by combining policies foam and no For more coverage as far dot com live from state farm we have Sharon flesh. It manager attempting the forty seven hundred acts of good. Today's good deed. She will attempt to escort a little old lady across them. elbows interlocked steadier. How they're across Robert Robert Sharon Bravo state employees challenging themselves to get on the board hundred acts of God see stories at neighborhood of good dot com?

John dot DOT DOT FM Liberty Radio Network Georgia Arizona flu US James Corbett BOSTON president Shire Society Dot Dot Com Mark Stevens L. R. N. DOT dot L. R. N. Dot New Hampshire Ejei Dot PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT COM
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:01:00 hr | 1 year ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A free prerecorded webinars watch now. Feud freetalklive dot com to work from home. Get paid and forward liberty all the same time. Freetalklive is looking for account executives and appointment. Setters if you've got a phone computer internet connectivity initiative and a belief in the non aggression principle you're qualified earn up to eighty five thousand dollars a year fulltime twenty five thousand dollars a year. Part time set your own hours work from home spread freedom. Join our team and work with one of the biggest leaders. In the Liberty Movement apply now at sales dot freetalklive dot com sales DOT FREETALKLIVE DOT COM. Are You cryptocurrency advocate? The crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help new people discover crypto currency. It's a printable business-card-sized tip that you can give to service providers preferably in addition to a good cash tip when the server scans the Qr Code. It'll bring up. Explanation OF CRYPTO CURRENCY. How to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip. If they don't claim the Crypto you get your tip refunded to you. After a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email alert create as many tips as you want at crypto tip dot org. That's crypto tip dot org some of you asked and now we've delivered L. R. N. Dot. Fm's live keene. New Hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit our channel at twitter dot L. R. N. DOT FM and. Give it a follow. If you have Amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give L. R. N. DOT FM a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost. So please watch follow share and subscribe to twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM. You're listening to the Hartman News. Radio Network Kathy. Tweet for seven newsbeat. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's Perfect take you know school. Can't it's awesome talk? Your took pity third. We will talk and report Spanish. It's a part took took can eat happened. A look at them. A bit of keeping steps lead. Our ATTORNEYS OFFICE PERSONNEL OVER FIFTY. First of all can read it pitiful group a week. Peace Goal Capital Repeal in conference freedom. Took twenty twenty cents. You're working on. It took time to respond. Uh-huh change in Risk Writing Co star. Walter Contra recognize it but tamed horses. I doesn't excuse east thanks back to Actual Katherine Cutler. Here that long community could make Mr Dot com army concern. Turn Russia talking to you. Wichita know I hope the next year question is gop up like that. Austin mom pointedly a note talk. Third Circuit Levine. Three seventy six hundred sixty seven frequent off water quarter quarter recorder being able to down make work wouldn't be worth means the quarter step down. We didn't go right down to eighteen. Forty four forty market capable cattle reporting as we continue to eighty seven sal maybe steadily years McCain spend too talk radio your report fifties with part repeatability. Nick took look stupid mistake ship. It quite church to you wouldn't word is from. I do watch which do quick suicide bombers icon with people earth risk central to story took. I spend a lot of Thailand. The backyard and I'm the center of attention at summer barbecues in ninety six I made some of the tastiest. Moore's and an own nine. It was me your backyard firepit. That accidentally started a wildfire when a summer breeze carried one of my embers into some dry brush spark a change not a wildfire visit smokeybear dot com brought to you by the US Forest Service your state forester and the Ad Council only you can prevent wildfires enjoyed your meal and I just want to say he's lucky to have a beloved like you. Lucky caring for my brother is far from easy. But he's a part of me like my arms and legs so I'll be his no time for tired. Nothing can disable this love. He needs me but I'm the lucky one. Even though I need help now and then if you're caring for a loved one visit AARP dot org slash caregiving for care guides and community support for your strength brought to you by. Aarp and the Ad Council. What if I told you that a tornado was going to happen tomorrow? Right where you live touchdown at exactly three seventeen PM. And I told you the exact path it would take. You would of course prepare. You would talk with your loved ones and you'd make a plan today it's true. I can't tell you. A Tornado will strike tomorrow. But shouldn't you have a plan anyway? Go to ready dot gov slash communicate and make your emergency plan today. Don't wait communicate brought to you by FEMA and the Ad Council this is Mario Andretti. You know me as a RACECAR DRIVER. Also a meals on wheels volunteer. I've raced against the sport's biggest personalities. But I've never met more vibrant amazing people then. The senior served by meals on wheels. You can make a difference by dropping off a hot meal and say a quick. Hello so America. Let's do lunch volunteer your lunch break at America. Let's do lunch dot org. This message brought to you by meals on wheels America and the Ad Council radio. It's been here all along. You know which station is going to tell you the score of the game where to turn when the weather gets round when something big happens or bad you know where to go and now radio has evolved to move with you with the next Radio. App in your phone. Just plug in your headphones to start experiencing radio and a whole new way while using less battery and data than streaming APPs. Find your favorite stations like the one. You're listening to right now. Download the free nextradio APP today. Next radio live and local. Wherever you go this is passed to Rick's Daily hope the Audio Broadcast Ministry of Pastor Rick Warren. Today we continue with a series called how to get through what you're going through in these teachings. Rick looks at how God can take every situation in life including the absolute worst circumstances and turn them around for your good and his glory if you know someone who need some powerful Bible based encouragement than stay with us because in just a few minutes. We're going to tell you about the journey toward hope guided experience. It's full of encouraging. Bible verses exercises and journaling pages to help you draw close to God and renew your sense of hope you can find out more by going to pass to Rick Dot Com while you listen to today's message and if you want you can just text the word daily two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four for more information. That's the word daily. Two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four right. Now here's Pastor. Rick with part one of a message called getting through life's losses or in the series. I'm calling the stages of getting through what you're going through and I told you that there are six stages of getting through what you go through. There's shock and sorrow and then the struggle then surrender and sanctification and service and we're looking each week at. How do you get through what you're going through and today we're GONNA look of sorrow or how to get through life's losses now folks? I feel like the last four months of my life. I got a PhD in how to get through loss how to deal with the great losses of life. What I WANNA do this week in a share with you. Five things that I've learned from God's word during the last four months and then share with you. How do you get through major losses in your life? I hate to say this but unfortunately you're going to need this message sometime in your life. You might not need it right now but I highly encourage you to take notes because you're GonNa go through major losses in your life now. Let's get right into the first thing I've learned is this and I wrote it on. Your outline loss is unavoidable but grief is a choice loss is unavoidable but grief is a choice. You have to choose degrees and a lot of people choose not to they stuff it. They deny it. They tried to go through all of the losses of life without evergreen. That's a big mistake. There is no life without change. There is no change without loss and there is no loss without pain but grief is a choice. Let me explain that again. All living things change the only things that don't change things that aren't alive. Does that make sense? So if you're alive part of life is you're GONNA go through changes in life. The things around you change things inside you change. There is no change without loss because in change you lose some of the old to grab onto some of the new so there's loss you're losing things all the time in your life and there is no loss without pain because we don't like to lose things but grief is a choice you have to choose to let grief in you have to allow it. Allow yourself to feel it now. People say well why in the world would I ever WANNA feel grief? I'M GONNA explain that in this message this weekend because grief is the key to your spiritual growth will come back in just a minute. I let me just say this. When I mentioned grief most people think grief is something that happens only at funerals that it only happens with the loss of loved ones. But really you have thousands of losses in your life you You can lose your health. You can lose your job. You can lose a friend. You can lose your finances. There are literally hundreds and hundreds and even thousands of things that you lose so grief is not simply for when somebody dies. That's one of the things that's four but there are many other things in life you ought to grieve because their losses in life now because grief is unpleasant most people just try to avoid they. WanNa they WANNA put side. I'm not GonNa Grieve. I'm just going to get on with my life. I'm going to deny it and I want to say to you. That is the cause of many of your problems. Resolved UNMOURNED grief. There were things that happened to you as a child. There are things that happened you in school. You should have grieved over and you haven't and if you don't grieve over it you get stuck at that stage. I'm going to explain that. Grief is absolutely essential to your life in fact number two. The second thing I've learned is a grief is healthy. It is healthy. It is in fact. It's the only healthy response when you have a loss now. The loss could be anything. It could be the loss of job. It could be the loss of a of a career. It could be Infertility it could be the loss of of an engagement I mean serious. Financial problems still birth all kinds of different things maybe a loss of a limb or loss of breast or whatever we all have losses in life. Grief is actually healthy. It's good for you. It's the only healthy response to loss because it's unhealthy to denial loss. Now grief is without a doubt the most painful emotion we go through in life. It's also the most helpful emotion you say. How has that? How's grief helpful to me? Grief is God's tool for you getting through the transitions of life. If you don't grieve in your losses you get stuck and some of you are still stuck at age. Fourteen or h twenty eight or h thirty two because you didn't grieve a major loss and you've got stuck there and you wonder why you have anxieties and you have phobias and you have fears and you have low self esteem because you haven't learned out do good grief now. Would you agree that Jesus never did anything wrong? Yeah he never did anything he never sinned. He never did evil and Jesus never did anything. How unhealthy and yet. Jesus grieved Jesus. The Bible tells US wept. The Bible says he was a man acquainted with sorrows when his dear friend? Lazarus died the Bible says Jesus grieved he cried. He vaki sobbed. Here's what the Bible says in John. Eleven thirty three to thirty six. When Jesus saw Lazarus sister sobbing? That was Mary and he saw. How all those with her were crying. Also his heart was touched and he was deeply moved then. Jesus started crying. See how much he loved? Lazarus they said noticed. Jesus started crying. Sadness is not weakness that is an American myth that sadnesses weakness actually week. Men are afraid of showing their motions. Week men are afraid to cry week. Men are frayed to get emotional. They're afraid of their emotions. They're very weak. I'll just be honest with you on the way to church for this service. I actually cried in the car as it was thinking and praying about some people that I care about deeply her in some deep trouble and I was crying out to God. Nobody's ever accused me of being week and sorrow. Our sadness are not the same thing in fact the stronger. You are the more confident your the more. You're not afraid to show your emotions now. There are two unhealthy reactions to loss. And I wrote them there on your outline once called repression and the other is called suppression refreshing when I unconsciously try to block out painful thoughts out of my mind and suppression. When I try to consciously intentionally say I'm not gonNA think about that hurt. I'm not gonNA think about paying. I'M GONNA put my head down and move forward. I WanNa tell you friend. That is a mistake to not grieve. Losses is a mistake. Grief is God's gift of getting us through the transitions of life. Let me explain it way. You might write this down. If I don't let it out in healthy ways I'm going to act it out in unhealthy ways and I see all the time people who as adult are doing all kinds of bad behavior because they never grieved over an alcoholic dad or an unloving mother or mistreatment on prejudice and bigotry. And you know the things like that on the playground if you don't grieve the loss in your life then as I said it acts you acted out unhealthy ways another way. I say this this when I swallow my grief. My body rejects it. Doctors have said that a lot of illnesses that people have come from unresolved grief unresolved regrets and unresolved resentment and you can empty most of the hospitals with a lot of people because all that pain in the back that pain in the rear or my aching neck or whatever a lot of that is caused because we take emotions inside us. God never intended for us to keep bottled up intense. I keep it out. Let them out so losses unavoidable in life but grief is a choice and you have to choose to enter into it. You have tim brace it. Why because grief is healthy. It's good it's the way you get through the stages of life now. The third thing I learned and this is a big one is a God griefs with me God greaves with me. In fact your whole ability degrees actually comes from God. The only reason you have emotions is because God has emotions and you were created in the image of God and so God gave you the ability to have emotions and the reason you agreed is because God griefs. Did you know that God gets a sad that you know that? God weeps genetic. God's sorrows did you know that God has regrets when he sees the the evil that people do. The Bible says that God is an emotional. When you say I'm not going to grieve over the loss I'm just GONNA put my head down. I'm GonNa live in denial. I'm GONNA stuff it. You are denying the very thing that makes you a human being. You are denying the very thing that makes you lie. God in his image. And so you don't want to say well. I'm not going to agree. That's what makes you a human if you don't if you'RE A ROBOT. Bible says the God only gave us the bill not only gave us the ability to grieve. God actually grieves with us. God suffers with. He is suffering God sympathetic. God God doesn't when I'm in pain got US an aloof. He's standing over the sideline watching like well. Can't you get over that or why don't you buck up and and work harder and you know take it like a man or whatever new. The Bible says goddess at standing on the sidelines. He actually enters into your grief. So I'm thirty. Four eighteen says this the Lord is close to the broken hearted and he saves those who are crushed in spirit. Circle the word close. Some of you are brokenhearted this weekend. Maybe your heart was broken this week. Maybe this month maybe this year or maybe it's been broken for a long long time. The Bible says God is close to the broken hearted when you think God is a million miles away. And he's nowhere to be found. Guess what he's as close to you as he could get. You just need tune in to him the Bible tells us that grief is healthy and that God greaves with me. The fourth thing that the Bible teaches us. Something I've learned is that grief is healed and community. You'RE NOT GONNA get well on your own. Nobody gets well on their own are better together. We need each other when God created man. He put him in the guard need and he was living in a perfect environment and yet. God said it's not good for man to be alone you know there's one thing. God hates God hates loneliness God hates it. He made us to be in community being relationship to love God and love each other. Whether you ever get married or not is irrelevant. You need people in your life. You need relationships. You need community now. I don't have to go into this a lot because we talked about last week. That fellowship is what you need when you're in shock and fellowship is what you need when you're in sorrow you need other people around you. The Bible says it like this in glacier to carry each other's burdens and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ in other words when you're in pain. I'm supposed to carry your pain when I'm in pain. You're supposed to carry my pain when either of us in grief we're to carry each other's grief. We are to support each other by the way I mentioned this couple of weeks ago. But I'll say it again when you're going through a tough time you're going through a loss. It's always interesting to see who shows up. And who doesn't and some people who you expect to show up aren't going to and some people you expect didn't expect show up we'll show up to be there in your pain and your grief. I want to tell you this. Don't judge those people who don't show up. Just don't do it for two reasons one. You don't need the resentment and second you don't know what's going on in their life sometimes their fears and their life to keep them apart from you. Sometimes they're going through something serious as you are. You don't know so just. Don't judge anybody if they don't happen to show up and you expect them to show up in your life. Just be grateful for the ones that do show up Romans. Twelve fifteen says this when others are happy. Be Happy with them. And if they're sad share their sorrow circle that phrase share their sorrow grief is healed and community revealing your feelings. The beginning of healing we share with each other. And that's what we do in small groups by the way. Let me give you a little tip on sharing when somebody is in pain comparing never comforts you might write that down comparing never comforts. In other words somebody will be an example. Many people have come up to me in the last four months knowing that I had just lost a son to suicide. And they'll say oh I am so sorry I know what it's like. I lost my grandfather. No you don't you don't know what it's like in fact even if you had lost a son you don't know what it's like because everybody is grief is different so when you try to console comparing it doesn't work even if you had lost a mother and somebody else had lost a mother. They're different relationships to their mother. And so everybody's grief is different comparing your pain to somebody else's never helps anybody in their pain so just don't do it. Grief is healed in community. The fifth thing that we learned from the word is a grief takes time. Grief takes time. It isn't overcome quickness. I'M GONNA give it forty eight hours. They're not going to get back to work. It just doesn't happen that way. Grief has its own timetable. And you cannot rush it. I couldn't count the number of people who said to me things like are you over it yet. Let me explain something to you about grief. You don't get over grief you get through it. You might write down down to you. Don't get over grief you get through. You will never get over the major losses in your life but you will get through the major losses in your life. Grief is not something you get over. If you had a baby born and lived and died. You'll get through that but you've won't get over it you will remember it the rest of your life. It's part of your life story so don't try to get over. Tried to get through it because grief takes time. Now the Bible says this an ecclesiastic. These three one and four. There's a time for everything and there is a season for every activity under heaven. There's a time to weep and there's a time to laugh there's a time to mourn and there's a time to dance now. What the Bible staying life is composed of opposites? We have good days bad days. We have updates. We have down days. There's a day there's a time to weep and there's a time to rejoice. There's a time to be sad two more and there's a time to dance party. Both of them are legitimate. Parts of life and maturity is when you could enter into both now if you can only enter into the parties of life and you don't know how to grieve you're missing half your life and that's the part of your life. That causes you to grow spiritually. You don't grow on the party's you grow in the valleys. And so he says. Grief is a season circle the word season now. What a season means is. It's more than one day. It's more than a week. A season is a season of grief in the Bible is a phrase called the time of morning and that's used many many times. I talked about the time of morning when Moses died. It was thirty days in that. The whole nation mourned for thirty days. When I go to Rwanda they have a national day of mourning and they do every year for the last twenty years for the genocide. It's not something you WanNa Forget. It's something you WanNa remember. There's a season of life in grief. Now why am I believe? Bring this point because what we do whenever we face a loss. Say you've lost your job or you lost your boyfriend or you've lost your health or you lost a big deal or you've lost your dream or you've lost your faith. There are a million different things you could lose and in that moment the temptation is we immediately want to fix it instead of just grieving. The loss don't try to fix everybody the first thing out of out of the gate just grieve. That's part of the healing process. It's how you get on with your life. We learn this little kids because you go out and you fall over and you break your head open and start crying and the first thing in adult says she says now. Don't cry really don't cry. My head is reading. It hurts parents. There are a lot of things worth crying about and stop telling you're teaching your kids how to stuff it. Because that's one of the worst lessons. You could let them cry as long as they need to cry. You're making it sound like the crying is worse than the pain. No the pain is worse when a when an adult immediately starts saying. Stop Crying. Stop Crying. Stop. It means like I'm more interested in you not making noise than me taking care of your pain and be comforting you so so trying to force your kids to stuff it. What you have to do is to learn to lament. You see what I'm trying to teach you is that you can't get past your pain until you acknowledge it accept it and you feel it once you do that then you can get through it but many of you have had a painful or traumatic experience in your life and rather than actually feeling it actually grieving over it actually going through the season of mourning. You just put your head down. Tried to ignore it and went on ahead and it's popping up sideways here and there. It's like to take coke bottle. Shaken it up without letting the CAP off. It's GONNA come out one way or the other and all kinds of bizarre behaviors and habits and fears and hang ups and problems come because we don't actually deal with the losses we have in life. That's how you get stuck when you see what happens. We WanNa go past our sorrow without going through it. And you can't you can't and if you go through the sorrows of life you get stuck there and you may have been hurt as a little kid or as a teenager or a young adult and if you didn't go through the pain that moment you got stuck and you're stuck at fifteen or you're stuck at twenty six. You can't get through it by trying to go past it. You just have to go in it and you've got to go through. You have to do with the Bible calls lament and that is to cry out to God with your pain with your hurt with your anger with your complaints. Just tell God exactly how you feel so grief as a choice. It isn't going to happen unless you choose to embrace it. If you stuff at you deny it you repress it you suppress it. You're going to live an unhealthy life. It only happens when you choose to grieve and grief has helped the. It's the only healthy response to loss. God grieves with us. Grief is healed in humility and in community and grief takes time. And if I don't grieve wherever I've had a loss and I didn't believe it I'm GonNa get stuck because you can't get through it. You can't get past it unless you go through it. You get stuck if you try to get past it without going through it. So how do I get past? How do I how do I move on? In spite of the Torah terrible losses in my life how do you move forward? They said a lot of people are stuck because they don't know how to do this. We'll get stuck. You'RE GONNA need to do for thanks. You my write these down number one. You want to move forward. You want to get past the pain painful experiences. You've gone through number one. I need the list. The losses that I haven't grieved over lists the losses. I've never grieved now. You need to go back and really take a little inventory of your life and you need to look at your life and reconsider where I had major losses in my life. And maybe you went off to war. Maybe you experienced rejection. Maybe YOU MISSED MISSED. Some loved ones in your life or long term illness. Or You lost your home or you lost your job or whatever. What are the things the losses in your life? Did you said you know what I just said? I'm going to put my head down and I'm not gonNA think about it and not GonNa agree but I'm just GONNA move ahead. Well that's where you got stuck so you start by listing the losses that I've never grieved in other words. I can't get passed it till acknowledge. This is pastoral daily hope. Hey if you missed any part of this message. Or if you'd like to find out more about Pastor Rick Warren in this ministry just visit Pastor Rick Dot com where you can listen online anytime. Be sure to sign up for Rick's free daily email devotional while you're there that's pastor Rick Dot com if you really need some powerful encouragement then let me tell you about the journey toward hope guided experience this full color Vegan. Leather study tool will help you. Take your quiet time to a new level. You can go through it at your own pace. It's full of encouraging. Bible verses exercises and journaling pages to help you draw close to God so that he can renew your spirit and your sense of hope. The journey toward hope guided. Experience will help you uncover the hidden reasons. You may lose hope and will teach you how to maintain and bolster that hope for a lifetime. It's perfect for you or a loved. One quantities are limited. So don't wait. Just go to Pastor Rick Dot Com to support Daily Hope. And we'll send you this powerful resource or just text. The word daily two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four. That's pastor Rick Dot Com with two. R's in the middle or the word daily two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four and now. Here's pastor rick with a letter from one of our listeners. Today I wanNA share with you a letter from Debbie. That really chewy touched my heart. She wrote Pastor Rick. I'm not sure how many times I've thought about emailing you but I didn't. I'm not sure why but today I listen to your daily hope message on facing giants in life and work and I. I knew that I needed to say thank you. My story started when my husband of almost twenty four years died suddenly at our home of a blood clot. He was just forty. Nine years old. My daughter was the one who called nine one. One life just seem to stop. We were in shock after that death at the funeral. My brother told me about your message. Series how to get through what you're going through so I listened and I held onto those words and what caves spoken. Not knowing how significant they would become. My own son had been struggling with what we now think was undiagnosed bipolar disorder. You've been struggling for about three years and eleven weeks. After my husband died he took his life. Life stopped again. I have an incredible family and a group of friends and they along with my faith got me and my daughter through things. I never thought I could live through but the resource that I kept turning to and listening to over and over was your series how to get through what you're going through. When you lost your saw you Anne cates. Shouli understood how I felt and how I still feel. We're part of a club that nobody wants to be a member of Rick. I've learned so many things through this journey of grief but the most important is that God keeps his promises and he does bring beauty out of ashes. So I WanNa thank you and K from the bottom of my heart for sharing your story and wasting your pain. Even though we've never met I feel as though we're friends while we are and I asked God daily to help me use my pain. Del Bothers. I still struggle some days with guilt and grief but I know that God is faithful with me every step of the journey with a thankful heart. Debbie Debbie my dear sister. He touched me. Obviously your message in his somebody who's walked in your shoes having lost a Son. I can tell you without a doubt that God is faithful and I just want to say that. I'm so proud of you that God does not want us to waste our hurts. Never waste a hurt. You're going to go through the pain so you may as well use Ital- people and in Second Corinthians won the Bible says God takes us through problems and comforts us so we can then comfort others with the same comfort we've been given and that's the motivation behind everything we do at daily hope friends. If you can give a gift to help daily hope you can help people like Debbie. Who's walking through the grief of having lost a husband and son but found new hope through this broadcast which shares the message of Jesus. You who gave helped Debbie find healing and you who gave have helped thousands and thousands of other people find hope and healing and Christ because of your gift. So thank you for your gifts today. God bless you. If you'd like to let Rick Know How this broadcast has blessed your life. Please feel free to write him at Rick at Pastor Rick Dot Com. That's Rick at Pastor Rick Dot Com. Be sure to join us again. Next time as we look into God's word for our daily Ho- This program is sponsored by daily hope ministries and Your Generous Financial Support. Thousands of people contact invent help monthly about their invention or new product. Do you think companies would be interested in your idea? Do you want to try to get a patent call invent help now? Best of all the call and information are free invent help. Keep your idea confidential explaining every step of the invention process we create professional materials and submit them to companies who are looking for new ideas in your category. We have more than nine thousand companies who've agreed to review new ideas in confidence if a company shows interest in manufacturing your invention we can negotiate on your behalf. We have helped over. Ten thousand clients received patents. We Offer Three D. Modeling and animation prototyping services and we use state of the art technology to present client ideas to additional companies. Joined people just like you. Who made the call to invent help fall for free information? One eight hundred three five three seven zero one seven. That's one eight hundred three five three seven zero one seven again. One eight hundred three five. Three seven zero one. Seven a fee based company mom's breast cancer survivor. The United Breast Cancer Foundation saved her life. And they need your help so they can continue saving more women's lives. Help them by donating your car. They'll provide fast free twenty four hour pickup and you receive a charitable tax deduction they cars trucks vans and SUV's running or not hall twenty four hours a day. Eight hundred seven four five thirty three twenty seven. Your donation could literally save. Women's lives. Call today eight hundred seven four five thirty three twenty seven eight hundred seven four five thirty three twenty seven. You're listening to the Heartland News Radio Network Broadcasting. Live twenty seven newsbeat. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by US on facebook twitter and instagram's sixty six sixty six forty. Your future lies in sixty six forty sixty six books by forty authors and yet we now discover gets an integrated message system from outside our time domain. Welcome to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of Quantity House and Cornelia Institute. Today's Bible teacher is Dr Chuck Mesler connecting the Bible to your life and the world around you. In today's study. Dr Mesler begins his teaching on the twelve tribes of Israel the tribe of Judah turn with me to revelation chapter five. I always enjoy going revelation five. Which brings us into the control room of the entire universe. I guess maybe it's because of parley my military background and also my corporate background. I've always been fascinated with headquarters always been fascinated with these major control rooms and so forth and so I guess for that reason. I'm always drawn to several of these passages where it's Isaiah six or Daniel. Seven and revelation fiber. We're confronted with the throne of God. I mean we say that so glibly but think about it. You know the throne of God and we're there. In revelation chapter five very very pivotal pivotal passage and it of course is the presentation of the seven sealed book. Chapter Five Verse One. I saw on the right hand of him. Who Sat on a throne? A scroll written within it on the backside sealed with seven seals and I saw a strong angel proclaiming with a loud voice who is worthy to open this girl and Lucille Domain in heaven and earth. Neither under the Earth was able to open the scroll neither to look upon it nearly even look upon you had to be a man no man in heaven and earth under the Earth it had to be kinsman. This is the great central of the book. This is the big move now. You may not fully understand this. John did instant understand it. As Empty. Exemplified by verse. Four Jonah's ICE SOB convulsively. Because no man was found worthy to open and to read the scroll neither look upon it. So that's the that's the gloom. That's the problem. Unfortunately there's an exception to the thing. No Man was found but one verse. Five one of the elders set under the. We've not behold the lion of the tribe of Judah. The root of David has prevailed to open the scroll lucid seven seals very interesting and of course we have here presentation of our Kinsman Redeemer Our Messiah the one that purchased the right to receive that scroll by shedding his blood on a wooden cross almost two thousand years ago. But I think it's interesting to notice the first title that is ascribed to him. In this passage. All Heaven is hushed. Command goes out. Who is worthy to open? The Scroll Lucid. Seven seals me we behold who the lion of the tribe of Judah. That's by the way of a very Jewish title and he goes on the root of David. I'm always fascinated as travel with churches and so forth. How many churches are surprised or often embarrassed by the reality that Jesus is Jewish? Very much so and it's helpful. It's it helps our understanding of the scriptures to very sensitive to that now the lion of the tribe of Judah we are undertaking a survey review if you will of the twelve tribes. Well I thought we'd focus on. Tonight is the royal tribe in effect. The one from whom the Kings came and the one from whom the king of kings as calm the tribe of Judah. So that's really are focused tonight. And obviously the tribe of Judah is the one from which the Lord Sprang and we could go into matthew one if you like and or look three and all that sort of thing but I think it's pretty obvious. We'll just keep moving as we get into a review of the tribe of Judah and I'll try not to get into a lot of boring historical detail. It's easy to spend a lot of time especially in that tribe because he's involved in almost everything that occurred in the Old Testament but as we go we'll find some places where he's done really wild. He showed leadership and some very key times. We'll look at that but I think one of the things. We're also going to discover that I think even more interesting is. We're going to see the skeletons. The closet as we might say we're going to see the dark side. We're going to see the things that I'm sure. Judah wishes were clip out of here and one of the things that we encounter some of these sordid tales as we encounter these episodes where there's a tragic failure among other things. Obviously there's places where we can learn from those but also. What are the most profound lessons that we should keep mine? It's an interesting testimony to the authenticity of the record. You know it's not a whitewash thing it's not a record that's been sort of tailored to promote here. We're talking about the royal line and they were talking about Judah we're gonNA find that Judah has Some some very disturbing aspects in his record but we'll also try to highlight a little known prophecy about the tribe of Judah that I think you'll find interesting now last time we've just introduced this series of reviews with a general overview of the twelve tribes. And from that you may recognize that the tribe of Judah of course descended from Jacob's fourth son the first four that we're born to having a special position and we looked last time at Genesis. Twenty nine verse thirty five where he's named in fact that's probably where we should just start and we'll just sort of go through them. Genesis twenty nine from last time. Verse THIRTY ONE ON. We have a series of births by we get diverse thirty five. The fourth son is born. She conceived again. Boris I and she said now will I praise the Lord. Therefore she called his name. You Huda actually. We would say Judah but that's our own corruption of it actually bearing at least for a time and so the name Judah comes from Meru which implies to praise to praise and we're going to discover that Jacob before his he dies will prophesy over the twelve tribes and he himself will make a pun or play on words with respect to This name now. By the way this name in the new testament shows up to discover the hell nice form of Judah is jude or Judas and of course. We'RE WE'RE ORDERS BROTHERS. Who wrote the book of? Judas is named in effect after Juda and Judas Iscariot in effect carries the name that links in effect to that tribe the tribe necessarily but it does mean that there is you know. That's that's implied there. Now we go on through the story of Judah we'd find that of course and in chapters forty three forty four forty six when when they go down to Egypt. Duda is very much a leader. You'll notice when we get if we take a look at that closely as we go through the Tara we'll find the people that were selected from strive to number that people number one the strength of his tribe and the participants that spied out the land in numbers thirteen and to divide the land and number thirty four and so forth. We talked about last time. I won't get into it again. This time. That much detail the place of Judah and in the camp of Israel and their march. But you'll notice in the camp of Israel if you may recall. He is on the east side. He's the leader of the three tribes. That make up the so-called camp of Judah there on the east side that's the favorite side if you will of the Tabernacle. The enrollment of his military forces are numbers one and two and so forth. His number of his military forces at Zach is in I Samuel Eleven and Second Samuel Twenty four and in the plane of numbers. Twenty six. I won't take the time to go through all that. And I particularly but there is something that should be sensitive to. And we'll talk more about this when we talk about the tribe of Ruben. But Ruben was the first born of Jacob's sons and Reuben lays with one of Jacob's concubines and therefore by that shameful act forfeits his right to the birthright. So Ruben blows it and that will take up that more when we get into the whole story ruined but what the birthright then is handed to Joseph Joseph had two sons e from Manasseh and by giving Joseph the birthright the birthright included a double portion. That's why even Manasa both ended up with equivalency in effect with the other eleven tribes but the leadership. Strangely enough doesn't accompany Joseph. Joseph was the first born of Rachel. And so that's interesting. That Ruben was from Les but forfeited the Birthright Jacob gives the birthright to Joseph the first born of Rachel but Judah emerges as a leader and in I chronicles five. You might want to establish this because it's going to be important and understanding the role of Judah in history because this apparently even though what you quoted in I chronicles five colors. The whole demeanor of Judah throughout the rest of scripture in I chronicles chapter five first couple of verses now the sons of Reuben the firstborn of Israel for he was the first born but for as much as he defiled father's bed his birthright was giving them the sons of Joseph. The son of Israel and the genealogy is not to be reckoned after the birthright for Judah prevailed above his brethren and of him came the prince or the Negi or the leader. The word there in the Hebrew is a Negi which is used of King Saul King but the birthright was Joseph. So it's interesting that even though the birthrights given Joseph Judah is the one from whom the royal line comes and as we go through the history. And we'll go through it all we just hit a few highlights you cover that in in many of these episodes in the Old Testament tribe of Judah steps forward and appears to be sort of the de facto leader. If we were going to get into numbers ten we discover the Jew to lead the first division of Israel on their journeys. And they were commissioned by God to lead the Conquest of the Promised Land in judges chapter one and so forth and they make an offering at the dedication number seven and their families of Judah are listed in numbers twenty six. We won't go through all of that. There are two passages as we studied the twelve tribes there's two passages in which the twelve tribes are blessed prophesied over one of those passages genesis. Forty nine we'll take that a little bit later. Because I WANNA get into little more detail I wanted. Just get the highlights. I but the other passages deuteronomy thirty three deuteronomy thirty three and this is where Moses blesses the twelve tribes and Deuteronomy thirty three in these blessings from Moses and we'll go through these various blessings as they affect some of the tribes but verse. Seven Moses closes the book of Deuteronomy with the blessing on the tribe of Judah. This is the blessing of Judah. And he said here. Lord the Voice of Judah bring him onto his people let his hands be sufficient for him and be thou helped to him from his enemies and indeed again we have a even in the blessing of Moses up on Judah we have the hint that his enemies are the enemies of the nation. That is he's going to be major leader and of course easy for us with twenty twenty hindsight to take that for granted because in Second Samuel. Two five we have David made king out of what tribe the tribe of Judah and the subsequent kings of course are of the divinity dynasty. I two four has all the descendants so much that let's back up a little bit. I tried to take a look at Judah. And let me give you the positives I. Let's go back to Genesis. Thirty seven and remind refresh our memory relative to Joseph and his brothers you remember. Joseph was the first born of Rachel. Jacob loved Rachel more than life itself. And so it's no surprise that the story of young Joseph is one of great favor from his father and genesis. Thirty seven deals with this and it speaks of him. How Jacob or Israel as he's called here love Josiah's more than all his children verse three because he was the son of his old age and he made him a coat of many colors and when his brother and saw that his father loved him more than all his brother they hated him and could not speak peaceably unto him. We can sort of visualize that. I think all of us probably can recall occasions that we've observed of similar behavior of people who are moved by envy. Joseph dreamed a dream and we have of course famous dreams here now. We'll get it all the dreams here. It's a million to you but the point is as you know only had these dreams each which has the theme that he is destined to rule over them. They started getting pretty upset because he of course perhaps foolishly tells them. These need dreams he has. They were not as impressed with dreams. Joseph was and we get to verse twenty you know the plot starts come now therefore and let us slay him and cast him into some pit and we will say some evil beast devoured him and we'll see what will become of his dreams and Reuben hurt and he was delivered and he delivered him out of their hands and said let us not kill him roots shed no blood but cast him into this pit that is in the Wilderness. Lay Hands on him that he might rid him out of their hands to deliver him to his father again Reuben. The firstborn is trying to assuage this anger. This envy of his brothers as it came to pass. Jovan came to his brethren the Strip Joseph out of his coat been colors that was on the took him and cast him into a pit was empty. There was no water in it and they sat down to eat bread. And they lifted up the rise look behold a company of Ishmaelites came from Gilead and their cameras bearing spicy bomb and murder and going to carry it down to Egypt now Verse Twenty Six and Judas Senator his brethren what profit is it if we slay brother and conceal his blood come let us sell them to the ISHMAELITES and let not our hands on him for his brother and our flesh and his brethren were content. Many people have different views of that but I think most scholars see Judah here using this as a ploy to prevent his other brothers. Who are angry enough to kill him from killing him so you may not applaud him selling his brother and his slavery. But if you visualize Judah dealing with in both Ruben to of course dealing with a mob mentality is generally viewed that he took a leading role among brothers and in effect is interceding for his life will also notice and I won't take the time tonight but if you go through chapters forty three and forty four and forty six when later on as you know the story of course Joseph goes down there and through the adventures in Egypt becomes Prime Minister of the world at a time when the family back in Israel needs food. And of course there's this whole strange series of episodes That we'll look at another time of Joseph ends up bringing whole family down there but if you watch. The narrative is very colorful. It's self explanatory. Encourage you to refresh your reading of those fabulous chapters. You'll notice though if you watch carefully. Judah is the spokesman Judah is always the one that sort of assumes the leadership you can see is intrinsic leadership emerging there if we go on study the study of Joseph as we go through here at garrison when they tribes split into two of course Judas on the side of saying Amen to the blessings deuteronomy twenty seven in Joshua Fifteen. We have the division of the land after the conquest of the Land Joshua and the leadership. Apportion the lamb by lot. It's interesting that Judah gets one of the prize parcels of ground. It was bound on the north by the portions of Dan and Benjamin ran approximately east and West from the North Dead Sea south of Jerusalem to they give droplets at the Mediterranean. It's west and east. Frontiers where the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea extended as far south as cultivation would allow so. It's a very very prime piece. It's turns out to be especially good for wines and other things now. What does just to give you a quick summary? He overran most of that coastal plain. That was soon to be occupied by the Philippines chapters. The judges deal with that of course but he evidently withdrew from the struggle and since it was the best of land portion to him that he voluntarily abandoned part of it to Simeon and Joshua. Nineteen deals with us. It's reasonable to suppose that what he had in mind he's trying to set up a buffer using zooming as a buffer between him and the unconquered part of the coastal plain. But when you study the book of judges you'll discover that Judah was among the first and the most vigorous driving out the Canaanites but they failed to really maintain a hold on Jerusalem this combined with the existence of other tribes in their created psychological frontier between Judah and the central tribes and by Judah failing to to really firm up his control of that territory there starts to become a psychological barrier between Judah and the rest of the tribes to the north and that you can see that underlying a lot of the subsequent history there's Judah and the rest of them Judah supplied one of the first of the judges and judges three shared an early action against Benjamin which was in judges. Twenty which does not seem to even have been expected however to join against Jason and Cicero in just five and as a result when Judah became a tributary to the Philippines. Later on Judges Judges Fifteen. He doesn't seem to even have appealed to the other tribes for help nor do they seem to have been concerned. Would you really see them? Not Pulling together. It's interesting this division seems to be Visible in the text to because from salts time the contingent from Judas always separately enumerated for Samuel Eleven fifteen seventeen and eighteen so we could already begin to see some sense psychological barrier between Judah and some of the other tribes. Well let's take some of the negatives if we start to look through Judas report card in the scripture negatively one of the first major negative things as a nation bear in mind they went down to Egypt as a family but after centuries they came out of Egypt as a nation and the obviously the conquest under Joshua was the big event and we studied the book Ajaj recently. We should be fresh in our minds but you may call. Jericho of course was the first engagement military engagement is after they crossed the Jordan. That was really general. By whom Jesus Christ in pre incarnation visitation. In chapter? Fine now you could be elliptical and say well. He's of the tribe of Judah right there they should get credit for that but I don't think that's fair yet because he really shows up from the tribe of Judah a little later no the first real exposure of Judah in that whole scene is at a place called. Ai You recall that disastrous mess brought about by the sin of Aitken and what tribe was aching from Dr of Judah. He was the cause of the big defeat of Israel and I and Joshua Chapter Seven and this might be the reason that there was a special task. Late on Judah independent attack on the Canaanites in Judges Chapter One. Maybe it's presumed by some scholars. Maybe that was his penance for Lee and disastrous fee. Today I but there's another aspect of Judah that I think we should take a look at and that's in Genesis thirty eight. This is one that will take occasion to look at a little more carefully. Not as widely known. I don't think some of these other things but still very important justice thirty eight. I wanted to pass at that time. The Judah went down from his brethren and turned into a certain dolomite whose name was Hira and Judah saw their daughter of a certain canaanite whose name was Shula. He took her and went in under her. And she conceiving Boris Son and called his name her she conceived again in Boras Son and call his name on she yet again conceiving. Boris called his name Shayla and he was at Giuseppe when she bore him and Judah took a wife for his firstborn whose name was Thamar. So tomorrow is the daughter-in-law of Judah and urge Judas. First born was wicked in the sight of the Lord and the Lord slew him he apparently was aptly named must've aired. We use that term. I don't think there's necessarily a linguistic link you can regard as a pun. Perhaps but in any case that'll help you remember air blue. We don't know what he did wrong. But apparently was serious enough. That took his life verse. Eight and Juda said to own go in unto thy brother's wife and marry her and raise up seed today brother. This was the pattern in those days. Brother did not have issue died that the widow would go to the next of kin that gets formalized later in. What's called the LEVERETT marriage in the Toro but any case That was what he was to do. That was his duty. That was his his responsibility but in verse nine on a new that the seed should not be his team to pass that when he went in onto his brother's wife then he spilled it on the ground he should give see to his brother and the thing which he did displease the Lord wherefore he slew him also rough days. Now I want you to imagine how you felt about this. He's just lost two sons they both. But we don't know why while we know what own ended wrong but we don't know what he did but case when you get to verse eleven then said Judah Tamar daughter-in-law remain a widow at they father's house till Sheila. My son be grown for. He said less per adventure. He also has his brethren in our went in and dwelt in her father's house in other words. He gives her the promise that he would provide a husband for her by his remaining son but also indicates here that he was fearful of doing that because he's lost two of them and he's uncomfortable that apparently but anyway in verse well in the process of time the daughter of Shula to his wife died and June was comfort and went up onto sheep shares. At Tim neff he and his friend. Hira the dolomite and it was told. Tom Are saying behold father-in-law go with up to Tim. Notice shears sheep. So she put her widow's garments off from her covered her with Vail wrapped herself and sat in an open place. Which is by the way Tim none for. She saw that Sheila was grown and she was not given unto him as his wife. In other words she was expect led to believe that Sheila would be would be given to her as her husband and he's now grown and he's not being given to hurt so she's upset now. The style that day appears to be one in which a prostitute would wear a veil and so she takes off the garments that they were used to seeing they would garments that were appropriate for address and dresses as a prostitute by the way by the boulevard so to speak their verse. Fifteen when you saw her he thought her to be a heart because she had covered her face and when he turned onto her by the way he said. Come I pray. Let me come in onto the four. He knew not that. She was his daughter-in-law she said what will give me that. They'll may is coming onto me. He said I will send the a kid from the flock and she said we'll give me a pledge to allow. Send it you know. She's on a cash only basis here and he said what pledge I give the. She said I sigmund my bracelets and staff. That is nine hand. And he gave them to her and came in under her and she conceived by him and arose and went away and laid by her veil from her and put on the garments of her widowhood and Judah sent the kid by the hand of his friend the dolomite to receive his pledge from the woman's hand but he found or not and he asked them placing. Where is the heart? That was openly by the wayside. And they said there was no Harlem. This place Judah and said I cannot find her and also the men of the place said that there was no harlot in this place due to said let her take them to or lest we be shamed but behold I sent this kid and now has not founder. Kina pass about three months. After that was told Judas saying Thamar they daughter-in-law have played the Harlot and also hold. She is with child by. You've been listening to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of Cornelie House and quantity institute. Today's vital teacher was Dr Chuck Mesler Teaching. Through the twelve tribes of Israel for complete listing of resources available. Please visit chaos dot. Org You can also call us on one eight hundred K. House one to learn more about quantity institute visit Coin Institute Dot Org. Thank you for listening to sixty six forty and for your continued prayerful support of this ministry until next time as we continue this series mega. God bless you with the knowledge of his son. Jesus Christ as you study his word. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting for seven newsbeat. Dick Dick dish. Tv is better than cable TV. Why because you can save forty five percent on packages compared to your high price? Cable Bill while take those giant scissors out and cut the cable and save with dish TV. Plus you get a free. Dvr upgrade to record your favorite shows and free installation and with dish anywhere you can watch TV for free on your mobile device. Act Fast you can save hundreds of dollars. Does your cable company do that for you. I don't think so. Get all the best TV programming at your fingertips at a fraction of the price of cable TV sociopaths. How dare she goodbye to the High Cable Bill and save up to forty five percent on dish TV packages today? These are limited time offers can change at any time call fast eight hundred four zero five two five six one eight hundred four zero five two five six one eight hundred four zero five two five six one. That's eight hundred. Four zero five twenty five sixty one. Why have thousands of aspiring authors teamed up with Christian Faith Publishing to publish their book because Christian Faith Publishing is an author friendly publisher? Who understands that? Your Labor is more than just a book. We provide authors freedom and flexibility throughout the publishing process professional book Editing Award Winning Design and some of the highest royalty structures in the publishing industry and is always you will retain one hundred percent of the rights to your book was looking to find a company that I could trust one that assisted in the editing process completely. The most important qualities that I was looking for was a publisher who was honest and Upfront. No hidden costs or fees and owning the rights to my own work. Christian faith publishing will publish market and sell your books in all major bookstores. Online booksellers as well as specialty Christian bookstores call for Your Free Author. Submission Kit. Eight hundred six. Oh seven Oh six six five eight hundred six Oh seven. Oh six six five eight hundred six zero seven zero six six five. That's eight hundred six. Oh seven Oh six. Sixty five Monday on insight for living. Chuck's Wendell told us he'd been asking God to provide just the right illustration for his upcoming message on respecting authority to his surprise. His prayer was answered. Very clearly in somewhat embarrassingly. Police officer pulled him over for speeding in that awkward encounter chuck was reminded to pay respect to those who enforce our laws no matter the consequences well on today's program. We'll resume our study on this important topic. Searching The scriptures for clear instruction on Respecting Authority. Chuck begins this program with prayer. What a statement. We have just heard in music. Her father this prayer of consecration. We all commit ourselves to these things. That are eternal. We're surrounded by a world that has long since lost its way. There is every temptation every test. Every trial design to bring us to ruin and to cause us to stumble is dark world in which we live but there is no reason for us to think we are existing only in darkness for you here brought light and life and love. You have a plan for us. We are to shine as lights. We are to be as salt in a rotting society. Maybe we qualify for that. Lord by Your grace may use each one of us in a special way for your glory. I pray that you will use this morning to stabilize and strengthen us as we realized the value of your AF- already over us and our submitting to the authority of those. You have given to us for that purpose offerings or yours our father and we give them with great joy and gratitude in the name of the. Lord. Jesus we pray. Everyone said Amen. You're listening to insight for living to search the scriptures with chuck swindle be sure to download his searching the scriptures studies by going to insight world dot org slash studies and now the message called. Respecting Authority. There are scriptural statements woven through the fabric of the Bible. That that could take us the rest of our time to turn to them so allow me simply to state the reference and give you the gist of it in. Exodus. Twenty verse twelve. We're told to honor our father and our mother. Do you do that? Many of you have begun to sneer at that because after all those wrong things. Your parents did please. It says. Honor Your father and your mother if you don't you're disobeying the Scriptures when you get to the New Testament. Jesus words in Luke. Eighteen fourteen those who humble themselves will be exalted. Hebrews thirteen seventeen. We were told. Obey your spiritual leaders for their watch over your souls. I would say that There are some of you who resist that that that council. I'm to obey my pastor. The elders obey is that really. What the word me it really does. And if you do you are resisting authority that has been given by God. We didn't ask for the Authority we've been called to. It is our responsibility. I answer in many ways for the reputation of this church. That is my responsibility. I Peter Three one says wives submit to your husbands. You ladies knew I was going to get to that. Didn't you? How easy to forget it off. You had my husband. You'd Jays that tune actually if you check the context this is even with a husband who doesn't deserve it and before we husbands began to feel arrogant and proud verse. Seven says we're to honor. Our wives honor them is a very significant word. Give honor to that lady. What a difference it would be in the whole. If wides truly listened to pay more attention to her husband than to her pastor and if a man gave more honor to his wife than to his boss under her first feeder five versus five six. We're to humble ourselves under the mighty hand of God that he may exalt us in due time casting are cares on him knowing that he cares for us God is called into being his representatives. They are not necessarily your choice or mine but they are his representatives God places in uniform those who watch over our city God is involved in the responsibility of their lives. I know some are corrupt in many cities. I know that I know there are some leaders. That would not choose to respect. I just can't get around the statement in Romans. Twelve and Romans thirteen especially than I am not to rebel against it by rebellion. Goes all the way back like yours to the story of CAIN versus God. Where is your brother? Abel? You're asking me says rather impudent manner and my my brother's keeper. Am I watching over my br? He had just murdered him and he has the audacity to mouth back to God seeing a thick. Who are you to call into question all the way back to that h day? When that happened you see this is nothing new and I delivered today. A strong word to all of us. Respecting Authority is long overdue. God must be. Tired of hearing are excuses. Well before I go to I Samuel Chapter Eighteen. I want to add a thought here that you may not have considered. Would you please teach your children and your grandchildren the importance of respecting authority? Would you still teach them the value of the words? Sir and Ma'am. Will you still encourage them to step aside and let a lady go I? Would you still hold fast to some basic courtesy rules? That keep us kind and considerate and living in harmony. Because if you don't we have to deal with your rebel offspring and it's an ugly scene more often than not I find a classic example of one who did respect authority. Even though the Authority didn't deserve in the man named David his story is told in many places of the Old Testament. But I'm looking at first Samuel Eighteen through twenty four. We all know about David and Goliath. We could tell that story quickly. Young shepherd boy coming onto the battle site Goliath of gaffe the giant felicity defying the armies of Israel and the God of Israel and so the king of the people is now intimidated in though. He is himself tall. He is no match for Goliath in size or stature. He's hiding out in the tent in. The people who are under his command retreated and their knees are knocking in the loan. Comes David and of all things. The crucial question is there not cause. Is it there a reason to fight this giant? He's defying the armies of the Living God. He's defying my God himself. David takes sling in the stone and kills the giant. We all know the story but most people don't know what followed David stepped into a living. Hell on earth the very man whose neck he saved. King Saul turns on Davey. Now why would he do that? Look at Chapter Eighteen. Beginning at verse. One we'll move rather quickly through the early part because it's the latter part that reveals David's character after David had finished talking with Saul met. Jonathan the king's son there was an immediate bond between them for Jonathan Love. David Stop this adds to the DILEMMA SALT SON. Jonathan becomes a close friend with David. They become bosom friends intimate friends. Jonathan loves it says elsewhere as he loved his own soul and David the same but Jonah is the son of the king read on from that day on Saul kept David with him and wouldn't let him return home Jonathan Beta solemn packed with David because he loved him as himself. Jonathan seal the pack by taking off his robe and giving it to David together with his tunic. His sword is Bo and is built wherever whatever saw asked David David did it. Successfully look at this young lady remember. He's only a teenager. You saw may commander over the men of war. You who have served in the military. You have never served under a teenage officer. I served in the Marine Corps and we had a number of officers some of whom were young. None of them were in their teenage years even a teenager. Yes no military training except killing bears giants and watching over the sheep and soul realizes. This is the man. I'll want to command my troops. So we appointed him he'd he pre promotes and please notice and appoint with that was welcomed by the people and souls officers alike. They'd love to serve under a man who has the guts to kill giant. I WanNa follow that man with that kind of courage. When the victorious Israelite Army was returning home after David Kill esteem women from all the towns of Israel came out to meet King saw how they come back and marching that victory parade down the dusty rude and the women were on both sides with their tambourines and symbols and their instruments and they're singing and dancing with joy. We read in verse six. This was their song soul. Latest thousands. David is ten thousands. Look at that. Song is a folk song. It got to be known all across the Land. In fact a little later we will take time but the people of Felicity knew the Song I was in my study and I went over the song enough to give it a little to you. But you don't want to hear that to the the point is it's A. It's a song that that Exalts David and tells the truth about saw next verse. This made saul very angry. Why well look at? What is imagination does it goes to a realm of unreality. But this is what suspicion will do to you. What's this he said they credit? David with ten thousands in me with only thousands next. They'll be making him their king from that time on Saul kept jealous. David Stop Right there. Look at some of You. Serve people who are like that. That may describe your boss. The that that may describe some superior in your life to whom you're accountable necessary response. How how how? How small minded absol? What does it so setback say? You're exactly right. That is a hero not me. It takes a big man to do that solves a little mirror. The big body. So US David with a jaundiced eye. The next thing. They'll be making him their king so from that time on Saul kept a jealous. Did he ever is putting it? Mildly the very next day. Get that a tormenting spirit which was allowed by. God to overwhelm all the. He began to rave in his house like a madman. David is playing the harp as he did. Each day. Saw had a spirit his hand and suddenly hurled at a look at that attempted murder. An Old David has done. Is Joel giant? Be promoted to commander in the army. This begins a twelve to thirteen year. Fugitive Life for David. He runs to keep from being killed because saw is out to get him the fact that he escapes the sword look at their response from Saul. I find this curious verse. Twelve solvers that afraid of David little later on Verse Fifteen when Saul recognized this. He became even more afraid of him. Look at verse. Twenty nine saw became even more afraid of him. Oh man solve spooked. I can't even kill him. I mean this thing is going to happen. I can't even stop it into the chapter. David's name became very famous. This is a dilemma. This is an issue that David has to live with. Now get it. He answers to the Cain who is an acting very keenly but he answers to a king who would murder him. But he is God's annoy did this King and David realizing how dangerous will be in his presence decides. He must run for his life. Failed to tell you that. In the meantime Saul Son. Jonathan and David had become fast friends. Jonathan is really in the middle because he sees David and all of his strength. He knows it. David would never take the throne from Saul. But he's got a father who now begins to despise his own son. Jonathan because of a friendship with David. This is a difficult difficult thing we would say. That Saul is spooked. He's spooked by this. He's got a man on his hands that he's promoted. Who is seen in? The eyes of the people is everything they should have seen him. As as a hero Saul is so filled with jealousy. He Find Room in his life for promoting David and standing behind him and giving thanks for him and so David's life becomes a life of escape at this point. Soul makes it his. Life's ambition to find it to kill. Devi David Moose. From about age eighteen nineteen all the way to age thirty running for his life because of this madman named Saul David. Jonathan share precious words together in friendship. David reaches an all time low when he gets to the town of nob Chapter Twenty one. We're fast forwarding. David winds up in the Cave of adult them chapter twenty two where six hundred men all the malcontents around that are in debt troubled needing a leader find their way to the same cave and David David and these men are living together and finally the news reaches Saul Saul begins to pursue him in the hills of in Getty. When you go to Israel be sure the guide takes you to en- getty it's Cynthia's in my favorite places to go. It's the Hill Country of Judea. And you go up along the goat trails very narrow trails. Some of them with a drop of you can look to your right along the hill. You'll see K. David hid in caves like that. He lived like gotta like an animal from one to another dodging. Saul's spear look at the end of verse. Fourteen chapter twenty three look at this saul hunted him day after day. But God didn't let solve finding the close call. Think of the time that saw me and walked by the mouth of a cave. David keep keep it keep it quiet. Keep it quiet. They hear the boots school by Saul never catches him all this time. Remember this David doesn't deserve. It only did kill a giant command. The troops kill more for listings. So has now such a focus. He cannot think about anything else. He's not really leading the people any longer. He's out to find David. He's got as many as three thousand of his troops working with him. They get to chapter twenty four. There's a humorous scene that maybe we need for a little break here since we're getting kind of kind of tight in what we're seeing. This is a point where Saul Becomes Pretty Vulnerable Chapter Twenty Four Verse One. After Saul returned from fighting teens. He was told the David Gone into the Wilderness of Getty so salt chose three thousand elite troops from all Israel. You wonder if he's afraid three thousand people going after one man he chose them from all over Israel and they went to search for David and his men near the rocks of the wild goats by the way in getty means a spring of a wild goats and so they're beautiful waterfalls up there. When you take the journey you'll see them. It's a great place to hang out if you will for an hour so wouldn't want to live there. Twelve years verse three at the place where the road passes some sheep. Oh solvent into a aid to relieve himself pause. You can picture it maybe not for long but take a moment call that being vulnerable so saul is looking out to the mouth of the cave on his haunches did have the. David and his men were hiding further back in that. Very same kate. The first thought is it's amazing. How the Lord a mix it possible for me to finish off my enemy. This is my moment fact. That's what the men wanted him to do. Look at Verse Four. Here's the Council of people around you when they see that you're being mistreated now's your opportunity. Today the Lord is telling you certainly put your enemy into your power to do with as you wish kind of helps to toss the name of the Lord into it doesn't it you know. Look David Wake Up. I mean there he is. That's him so David crept forward a love scenes like any sliced off a piece of the him of solves robe. Great moment so all doesn't know it. Davis got this little this little piece of his robe. I five you're GONNA see the greatness of David right here but then David's conscience began bothering him because he had cut salts road. The Lord knows I shouldn't have done that to my Lord the King. He said he was meant. The Lord Forbid that I should do this to my lord the king an attack the Lord's and ordered one for the Lord himself has chosen him. David restrained is men and not let them kill Saul. Look as David's called a man after God's own heart not perfect but he had a heart. You're listening to insight for living and a message from Chuck Swindle About Respecting Authority. It's just one of thirteen in the series called wise counsel for troubled times. We're just midway through chuck sermon series. And there's much more ahead to learn more about this ministry visit US online at insight world dot org remember. We've provided a convenient way for you to follow along with chucks daily teaching and to dig deeper on your own. I'm referring to the searching the scriptures study notes these are designed so you can type your notes directly into the online document or print out multiple copies and use them in your small group. Bible study to access the searching the scriptures guide for each of Chuck's individual messages. Go to insight world dot org slash studies. Chunk is brought this Old Testament Story to live today. David's Defensive Saul is certainly a vivid illustration of the importance of respecting authority and Chuck has written a short book that provides even more application. It's called a life well lived. This book is based on the familiar statement from the Prophet Micha who defined God standard. He said the Lord has told you what is good and this is what he requires of you to do what is right to love mercy and to. Walk Humbly with your God. Let me encourage you to get a copy of this book. Read it and then pass it along to someone else who had benefit from Chuck's insiders. Well again it's called a life well live and you can purchase a copyright now by going to incite dot org slash offer or call us if you're listening in the United States dial one eight hundred seven seven to eighty eight eighty eight if you've been listening to insight for living for any length of time you know that we've been celebrating the growing circle of friends who've embraced insight for living ministries making these daily. Bible studies possible. We call them monthly companions. A monthly companion is someone who praised for this ministry and who gives a donation every month as God. Prompt you to join the family. We invite you to become one of our monthly companions as well. Here's the number to call if you're listening in the United States style one. Eight hundred seven seven to eight eighty eight or to give a one time gift go online to incite dot org Those who support insight for living with a monthly gift truly have a ministry all their own. God's amazing grace is our over arching theme everyday on insight from living in fact it's quite possible that God is used our daily program to extend His grace to you and I know as your Bible teacher. I have been grace recipient as well our monthly companions our first recipients of God's grace but when you begin to give monthly got us deploying you as a currier of His grace today. We're inviting you to join the team. Please jot down you're listening to the Hartman News Radio Network Broadcasting. Live twenty seven news feed. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's service newscasts from March Twelfth Twenty twenty by Clifford President. Donald Trump announced. He was taking strong but necessary. Actions to keep new cases of the corona virus from entering the US by suspending all travel from Europe for thirty days. Your time reports travel ban begins on Friday at midnight to restrictions do not apply to Britain. He said speaking from the Oval Office trump called the corona virus horrible infection and said he was addressing the nation to talk about on President responses to the Corona Virus outbreak. The Times no trump also said health insurance companies had agreed to waive all copayments for Corona virus treatments and extend insurance coverage to cover corona virus treatments meantime New Mexico announced his first presumptive positive Cova Nineteen infections on Wednesday. The first confirmed cases in the state but as the virus spreads. Many Americans was symptoms may not stay home from work because they don't have paid sick. Leave the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that anyone who suspects a Kovic nineteen infection self isolate but thirty million or one in four? Us workers aren't paid for sick days and even risk losing jobs if they Miss Work Ellen Bravo with a group family values at work says many are low wage service employees. The people who drive our kids school buses in care for our elderly relatives and handle our food and our groceries are things. We buy at retail stores when they don't have paid sick days as a disaster for all of us. I'm Russ Brown. On Wednesday governor Grisham declared a public health emergency all three New Mexico. Cases are said to be travel related advocates for people with disabilities. Say The new corona virus can be especially dangerous to the communities. They serve people with disabilities like Lupus or HIV AIDS have compromised immune systems. Some medications may lower resistance to infections and the incidence of lung disease. Heart Disease Diabetes and cancer increases with age experts. Say Age itself makes people more vulnerable to the virus. Susan duo who heads the Center for independence of the Disabled New York or Sydney points out. That people with disabilities also tend to be lower income. Were worried that they don't have additional resources to stockpile medication food or just get extra cleaning supplies. He says New York City residents. Who need extra help? Because of the corona virus threat can contact Sydney at two one. Two six seven four twenty three hundred or online at C. I. D. N. Y. Dot Org. I'm envious sears. Reporting to us as like the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy or died eleven. People who are living with disabilities during a public health crisis require extra vigilance to ensure their needs are being met is pms and from the consumer side of the story fears about the Koran virus or creating opportunities for scammers. Fraud experts warn. More on that from Eric Teigen off. Aarp Montana state president. Alex Ward says fraudsters play on fear and other emotions to steal money. He says it's important to be suspicious of anyone asking for money right now. Noting it will be widespread news if vaccine for the Kovic. Nineteen virus is ready. You're going to tell you that there's this magic cure and that they can get it for you for a few back and at this point feeding sea and the World Health Organization. Both say there are no cures this week. The Federal Trade Commission has targeted seven companies with warning letters that allegedly are selling products. They claim can treat or prevent corona virus infections ward says anyone who suspects fraudulent activity can report it to the Federal Trade Commission website. There's also the Aarp Fraud Watch network. That takes complaints attracts latest scam activity. Local grocery store chains rapidly disappearing across the country. Jon Steinman the author of Grocery story the promise of Food co-ops in the age of grocery giants. He says most people are in the dark about who owns their local supermarket and how that affects their local ferber's when food producers have to start dealing with and negotiating with companies with distant head offices. The retailer starts to gain more and more power and less and less interest in the future of those food producers according to the US Department of Agriculture in two thousand sixteen top four food retailers Walmart Kroger Albertsons based company that owns food lion and giant stores finally our Travel Gomez tells us the Florida legislature Wednesday approved a bill. It'll provide protections to the largest seagrass bed in the Gulf of Mexico. House bill ten sixty one by Republican Representative Ralph Masuno of New Canto passed overwhelmingly to create the first aquatic preserve in thirty two years including the coastlines of Citrus Hernando and Pasco counties. The news comes with excitement for captain. William Tony a fourth generation fishing guide in Citrus County. This aquatic preserve will protect US and hopefully sustain our way of living and keep our rivers safe clean everything seagrass helps stabilize the seafloor filters pollution and serves as habitat for fish species. Some local governments did express concern about added bureaucracy for the state protections but the measure received unanimous support in the Senate and is now on the governor's desk since two thousand three citrus and Hernando counties each gay nearly two million dollars a year in economic impact from recreational scallop harvesting and in Pasco County Sea Grass is the essential habitat helping to recover diminish scallop population. I might Clifford for public news service. We are member list. Supportive and Rollin at public new service DOT ORG but if we are to be prepared for it we must burs shed our fear of it without fear. Because I remember I remember that I am here. Not Because of the path that lies before me because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have these machines and after a century I remember that we are still make them. Remember out of the year to year veered here and declare your independence to me. Ernest Hancock European shares on night from the studio zone other cool off near mind. Whatever I tried what we're GonNa do in the second third hour. Mr Public is going to go to come in as in as in John Q. Public John Q. Public IS GONNA come in once a year. He does this. He takes some time off work and so on and the regular listener and so on I just any. He knows what's up and he'd rather his identity and I know why you know. It's good reason he you know you're going to be talking about some get and you don't know me. Well we know but you know and maybe you know or know of them but he sacred sacred sacred so John Q. Public right well. John accused GonNa come in and it's deep state stuff and he knows so. I mean everybody. All talk shows you know has their little secret you know. That was one thing I had a guy call me leave a message from Bisbee one. Get hold of Dave Hodges. And he's like you know I see you know. Can you know? Can you have little back? End of God tell them something about you know some and I have no idea what but you know. Put them guys thanks he takes care of it and you know whatever so we everybody's got their sources stuff and John Q. Is really you know. Come through in a lot of things. So we're gonNA talk stuff in the second and third our first hour. We have almost summer our good friend Alma. Now I remember all my first time. I remember spending time with her was at our workshop. The freebies Phoenix workshop. That we had downtown now. She was a lovely Lucien activist. And just and and you know got relationship has a couple of kids. We started the Jack Loy. Freedom Festival has really hurt thing man. She just pushing that and be going. Be Free out in the woods and stuff and Almas gone through. Lived on a sailboat for years Rv just one that she called it her slave job as she did site selection for Cell Towers and so on for Verizon and did the cat on the job they wanNA slave job so she's been working hard to keep kids off the grid and you know undocumented human tour with a neo and and or other baby and so what's her baby's name I forgot. I'm sorry Alma. What what's your daughter's name. Take Kate so this is. It's been an interesting life. You know that we've documented with audience here and a lot of friends and of course if you're freaking you know what facebook is. I'm sure explodes all over their big facebook person still lot big. Not as big as you are. Now I'm on my I get a lot of facebook's now that you know you look what somebody said or did or yeah. Yeah I know well I I like instagram's platform better means and pictures and things like that. And that's mostly where people are sharing anyway. I don't how often you read your thoughts when they post a status update. Not that often. Well I'm just you know. Instagram isn't that facebook without like all the feeds out. I mean it's owned by Jucker. Bergen it's owned by facebook right. Yeah but it's just mine is. There's a lot of ads still but minus all the junk in that feeds like facebook. Just how so much junk in the feeds. I don't see any of my close friends stuff even picking my close friends to see and my feet so yeah but I do get more views on my stories on facebook than I do on instagram and I have you know a thousand over one thousand followers on instagram. And I think over three thousand friends or haven't checked in a while on facebook obviously don't know all those people a lot of merging activists all over the all over Earth as well so it's nice to be able to connect with new people still. I just don't think that. Facebook is the best platform for doing that anymore. Honestly it's probably tinder or something like that. Even if you're not single what I believe I would have I you know. I don't know I talk about tinder. And they make all these like at like videos about how they get the most dates and so like I was thinking it would be kind of funny going to throw this out there to actually get as many as possible and like on these dates. Do like a not exactly candles in the dark but something similar but for dating so like when you ask people questions their really specific for specific answers you know so. You're going on these days just to wake people up. You're not actually going on these seats to meet someone because the majority of these people are going to be status absolutely. Yeah I it's changed. The environment has changed in a lot's changed the well. Now you're you've been around the country the world on the ocean. Do I mean Damn Old? Is Neo now five? Am In. Kate is what tate pay eight P. and my sister's name is Kate so that's fun tasting now too. She's a she's a baby still she's little so. I'm in I'm in Mesa now. In the Winnebago I bought the Winnebago from Drew Phillips at the most perfect time in my life and actually rescinding it now. I just finished ceiling roof. I got off this old Then cover that was broken and collecting water and I just fixed that so my roof is good. It's not leaking anymore. My windows are sealed. Got My propane set. Up Lusty came down from Jack. Low came down from the valley. And help you set up my My propane and that way. It can run my buddy heater as well as my electric. Im plugged in right now. I'm in a friend's backyard. And they have four other kids here so I do a work trade to stay here. In exchange. I work on their yard and grow. I'm growing some food here so right now. I'm just really focused on helping people grow food. I've been working on Mike. Basic and Maggie's garden for a year now since we've been back and if you haven't been over to the Greater Phoenix Mutual Aid Society. You guys should check it out. They're going to be having a Christmas party. Hopefully I can announce it on the twenty first winter solstice party so you guys WanNa come hang out. I hope you can having this. Yeah and they have Don't forget Saturday was today's Today's Thursday Friday so tomorrow tomorrow. Is the Christmas party here all excited because I know some people coming? Who's coming? I'll tell you somebody's coming staying here this weekend. Is Boston Tea Party? He's here for the gun show. Every year he comes to the big. You Know Small Arms Gun show site ten thousand tables. I mean you know it's just ridiculous Alabama's thing is and It's it's a lot of tables. How many thousands? I mean it's just some dickey's number hundreds of thousands that place with Jack Lo fi man. We've always flyer the gun. Sh we had our gypsy boots. They're all we know the owner and he's always sympathetic. We want to do something we do. Some and So Anyway Boston tea is going to it. Starts this afternoon opens the public. So he'll be leaving he's going to come in the later part of the show. Just hang out with us and then Saturday after the show he'll be here tomorrow night at the Party. So if you're Boston Tea Party Fan. He's a writer Boston's Gun Bible and and a bunch of other books and they were talking about another book that we're working on. We'll see if we can they'll see but you know He'll be here tomorrow night so that'd be awesome all the summer all the summer gotta get caught up in all kinds of stuff. What she'd be doing when we come back. This is less young activist. We'll be right back from the second letter of Captain. Mark any pirate knows that commerce is communication markets condense oceans of information into a single price innovations and communication are circumventing the scrutiny of the crown. This signals a change. In the coin of the realm the crown uses digital currency to surveil sensor seize and destroy wealth at will so pirate currency must protect us from this weaponized money. We need to move funds. Further faster cheaper and without third party observation basing decisions on an accelerating flow of information so pirates require nearly instantaneous transactions with no arbitrary limits on volume or artificial influences on fees most importantly a pirate currency must preclude centralization otherwise it will become another link in our chain to the crown a superior currency will result in the obsolescence of the coin of the realm and the extinction of the crown itself. Trade above the grid join US. At PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com. The Free State Project Has Reached its goal of Twenty Thousand Liberty Lovers who've pledged to move to New Hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to figure out what part of New Hampshire should be your destination. If so consider keen you'll find more than one hundred fifty reasons to move too keen at move dot free. Keen Dot com keen is famous for its historic publicity generating activism as well as being the liberty media capital of the world. It's home to freaking. Dot Com New Hampshire's destination for Liberty Activism News and opinion for years. We've been compiling over one hundred and fifty reasons to move too keen at move dot freakiness dot com. Where you'll learn about some of what's happening here. And what makes keen a great place to live? If you love liberty you'll probably enjoy anywhere you end up in the Shire but do your due diligence. I please visit moved out freaking dot com for the full list of over one hundred and fifty reasons to move to keene. That's move dot free keen dot com. Are you tired of governments? Murdering people around the world stop using their money? There is an alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless free market. Non-political Currency Bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. Your helping the state stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with Bitcoin at BITCOIN DOT COM. That's BITCOIN DOT COM. Imagine someone in your community getting in their car turning on the radio and hearing the Liberty Radio Network you can make that vision. A reality with your own micro radio station visit broadcast L. R. N. DOT FM to learn how you can put our programs on the air in your area you can have L. R. N. DOT FM running around the clock. And you can even add in your own. Local shows building a radio station. Simple but programming. Isn't that where don? Fm comes in learn more at broadcast L. DOT FM that's broadcast dot L. DOT FM. Mike Lean from the freedom teens. I've run websites since nineteen ninety-six and if used over a dozen hosts in that time address hosting dot COM is the only one that hasn't broken my heart agr- postings up time in service is stellar and their ddos. Mitigation is the best. I've seen that's important because if you tell the truth in this world you'll ruffle feathers and some people try dirty tricks to silence your voice no matter what. The haters hit us with agress hosting keeps our websites online. If you have a mission. Critical commercial presents or world changing activism site. You cannot tolerate any skulduggery so go with agress hosting DOT COM had a wordpress blog site. But you're not satisfied with performance or up time or just want raw hosting WANNA pay with Bitcoin address hosting specializes in high performance hosting with personalized service. Go TO ADDRESS HOSTING DOT COM. Click on the button that says get hosted stats address hosting DOT COM. Love what we do. Please help support our international satellite channels at Patriotair Dot. Fm That's Patriot on L. DOT FM roads. It's the handcock show where we're going their arms in Rome All my summer. We're getting caught up. You know then activists from back in the day. This has been asked ten years ten years later. You know almost got Couple of kids you know and everybody knows that you and Brian were like a couple of doing this. But that's kind of you know what what's happened there. What do you WANNA share? I guess you could say that relationship has dissolved party dissolved. We're rebuilding now. It has to be rebuilt because we've got a few years still in this With the kids and stuff so we'll see how things go and hopefully they go well and you know. Hopefully the remains far far away. We'll get into what you're doing now and everything but you know this is something that I've always a lot of the activists and they really passionate once they find freedom as a mindset and thought process and going through and everything but and you've really really really stretched how far you can take that having babies on a sailboat. I'd like what in owed. So this is it's I've always said you got to pace yourself. It's you've got to be able to breathe in and out not be too hot to cold to Hungary to thirsty to Simon. You got to take care of business and with the children. I mean that's like a a thing and and with two children so it's For me I always made that suggestion. And what's always been needed and why I'm so getting adamant about this occupy my own land thing. 'cause it's a young couple with a couple of children you can sit there and watch unlimited numbers of YouTube channels where they're building their own home on the lone prairie of but the expanse and the hesitation and the waiting and the problems is always some government agent with some clipboard. And a piece of paper explaining on what you can and can't do when you know you can you know I'm Ba followed your travails around the world. And what you've been doing and just what can you tell a young Alma ten years ago somebody in there? How old are you? Oh man you're almost urine. You're the I ain't gonNA say nothing but you're not. You're not a kid anymore. I mean what's your age range here. You WANNA share. We are all kids if we're under one hundred because we lived to be nine hundred. We've been lied to be living genetically engineered society and we have to explain this to the next generation like you know. I'm very very good about not letting my kids eat. Total crap food so in their unlike a basically no sugar diet as well so You know it's pretty crazy but okay. Well the most important thing about the kids about neo and tae is that yes they were undocumented and We traveled to Mexico and back two years ago without any government forms for kids. I believe personally. It's their choice to decide when they get government forms if they get government forms which government they decide to get government forms from And I also believe that if we were to get them a birth certificate. We're basically creating an agreement between them in the stay on their behalf without their permission so that's fraud and so technically we are all free and none of those documents or even valid and when I traveled back into Mexico from the US. The biggest issue was that I showed my driver's license and the guy was like. Oh anybody can get one of those and I said anybody can wear uniform. And he was like. I don't have to prove my citizenship. You do and then way way way way way read so. He was making the argument. Data driver's license didn't do it for them. It didn't do for him but it is a valid document. Yeah I don't I you know valid or not just water they want ultimately he ended up seeing my vital records birth certificate mixed in with my kids hospital birth certificates. They're not metal records forms and he was like I need to this of. There's so next time I will ever have mind. Mix Up in there. But I said we don't have those and he was like why not and I said because we chose not to and he's like well you need to get these and then he was like. Do you have passports and I was like yeah. We have fired passports. And he's like. Why don't you start with that so I would say? Start off with your expired passport. That is the most valid document you probably have. I don't ever want to renew my passport. So I'm hoping that whoever you travel back into the US with this next time. I am going to enter POCO this year. I am highly involved and I wanNA talk about that on the radio show. 'cause I'm super super excited. I was offered A. I'm going to switch gears serious bowl where it was offered a ride of from my friend Chris to go to Acapulco this year and I you know with all of the stuff going on with the kids in separate with Brian and everything like that transitioning into this whole new lifestyle. I was like I had not thought this was an opportunity and then when she offered me a ride and she offered to stay in her hotel room. I was just like wow. This is amazing so then after that I was like well. I'm an offer to volunteer in so I offered to volunteer. And they were GonNa make me a speaker escort or something like that will now. Some time has passed since I put myself out there and they have offered me the position of organizing the fiesta marketplace. So out on the patio by the beach. We have our own stage. They've offered Bruce for. We are changed the position of NCA stage. They've already sold half the half of the vendor booths. And I really wanted to talk to you about getting Donna Vendor booth for all of her her goods because it's the perfect type of vendor that they're looking for and It would be just such a great experience to have you know her her soaps and her lotions and her sunscreens and her her chopsticks and all that stuff there and so I already even mentioned her to them in our second meeting when I accepted the position and they're very excited. I'm working with a team of four women and I've never actually worked on a team of women before. This is the first time in his way better than working with men crowd. Boy Maybe more fun. We'll see what happens though man or just being the divine out of themselves they're beat the divine out of women. I have seen the disempowerment women in relationships and people are seriously being freed. So all right. I got this to say about that because I'm represent here. I remember on the side yard. You're outside this wall to my right here. There is where we had the aqua domes and so on before we built the aqua domes and we did some aqua our foot all the gardening crap. That's over here. I said Yeah you guys want to practice your square foot piece out so it's summer and it's hot and the ground here gets like rock. Dried mud rock. You have to use a pit all known. A bunch of the women were out there. I don't know probably half a dozen of the or something and they started in there like pink peak with the pick trying to break through the dirt peak. Take you just bounce off and I go. Wow I I it was between segments. I was doing. The show. Went out there every four minutes and you just do that man strength. Bam and just rip it up. We'd come and I go. You see your need men sometimes what you need to do you just bat your eyes and Kinda I really could use. An got is not that you don't need men. You just need to manage the new fourth edition of healing our world the compassion of libertarianism. We'll take your understanding of liberty to a deeper level and has ever thirteen hundred updated references new cartoons and forward by Dr Ron Paul with discounts for multiple book purchases. The fourth edition of healing. Our world is a great gift for the Liberals Pragmatists Environmentalists and Christians in your life. Who think libertarianism is cold hearted get yours today at healing DOT FREETALKLIVE DOT COM and use. Promo Code F. T. L. for a five dollar discount. Some of you asked and now we've delivered L. R. N. Dot. Fm's live keene. New Hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit our channel at twitter dot L. R. N. DOT FM and. Give it a follow. If you have Amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give l. Our end on. Fm a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost so please watch follow share and subscribe to Twitch Dot L. R. DOT FM that's twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM. We have some good news the indictments against Roy also Albrecht in the district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that Ross engaged murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at roles. Outbreak denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury but was trumpeted by the Federal Government. And the media. As if it were proven fact the Maryland Court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's Cason leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's appeal to the Supreme Court. The fact that the judge used these allegations to give all your sentence of Double Life Without Parole violated his Sixth Amendment. Right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged at trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set rolls free now. A presidential pardon is Ross. His only hope of freedom sign the petition at free. Ross Dot Org Free Ross Dot org sell for one one is a free APP for Android and IOS that replaces government control nine. One cell phone on one allows you to preset a group of friends privatizations to show up any emergency sell for one. One is a nightmare for the state because it proves their so called services are needed sell four one had thousands of installs and of course it's covered by the cotton. No government license sell four one. Because your friends won't shoot you when you're in trouble without the government who would build the emergency services you and sell for one one get it today and get self four one one dot com. Did you know you can listen to Ella and FM the are free to air satellite channels? We have channels over nearly all of North America and much of Africa. All you need is an affordable. Receiver and dish is smallest thirty inches. There are no monthly fees. Learn more at sat dot L. R. N. FM plus if you are a broadcaster or want to be one this is a good delivery method for our content see our coverage maps and get details at SAT ELLIARA DOT FM THAT SAD FM SAT RANDOM FM too dangerous winter storm expected to pummel the Midwest. Throughout the day with meteorologist predicting the visible hit Kevin Hodges of Joliet Illinois. The hardest given the way his years been going on everything. I think school is going to be canceled. We're just SWAB OR NOT KEVIN. Right now. Joining us now is Jordan Blake in Chicago. Hello Jordan just. How crippling will the storm people? We've already seen a lot of damage. Motorists and Kansas trapped in their cars on the freeway. That's nothing compared to the emotional damage. Hodges can expect having to deal with a sick cat frustrating new hours at work and it confusing break-up all in the past six months you know we're getting reports that he recently learned six hundred dollars to a friend who has no intention of paying back bend slammed his finger in a car door last month. Does a national weather service have any advice for Kevin Today? Not much you can do. This guy is really vulnerable right now. Authorities are recommending the. Just stay indoors and think about it the stakes. That sounds like good advice. You know he looks like a real sad piece of shit. Stay warm out there Jordan. The Onion News Network. Now you can follow. Nfl on the decentralize mastodon social media platform at two DOT DOT FM to L. R. N. DOT COM. It's time for declare your independence with Ernest Hancock to be a part of the show. Call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred wild wonderful off grid. I. I've I've been watching a lot more youtube. Embed than the other side. Just just started cutting everything and then go in and you know just like it's youtube screw them but I'm different platforms different lifestyles and there's just a couple a young couple. They have kids our oldest kids. Maybe I don't know Tan you know. And at three children down to two years old and a husband and wife and she is definitely you know a farm girl they go. They're raising goats and counter in West. Virginia I think and they got some land and they just started building their own home. Big A frame stormers coming out blah blah blah. But it's just him and her and I been transfixed by this thing I've been watching from the beginning Them doing their video. I'm going wow I really enjoy this wild wonderful off grid and it's just an. They did the youtube just to kind of keep up their family. Afraid that they're all going to die or something and he started doing it. You know from a phone and then people out you really need to. And it's turned into a thing. I don't know they got like two hundred forty thousand subscribers and it's just them building their home and every step of it while they're doing all this stuff so I'm going this is awesome and it's very inspiring and Just it's fun to watch him and it's action packed. They do really good job. The problem is is from the beginning avenue issue from the beginning. How where do you get land that you can do this stuff without the thirty thousand dollars to begin with all my God I gotTa Pay for? Are you kidding me and it is? That is really bothered me. We have America's so beautiful and it has anybody that's traveled. I don't know how much you've traveled. If you've gone know looking for land or places I've had a lot of friends have done that and settled different places and you go visit them. You can see why they chose. It may not be what I'd choose but you can see why they chose it. I liked the desert because it has long growing seasons hot as hell in the summer. When you go up north or something but we take a lot of trips and such then but it's very fertile. When you add water that water everything grows and I am not a big giant fan of bugs. I'll put up with some spiders and Scorpions and whatever if I'm not stuff flying in my face all the time so it is it is. This is a focus for me. So that's one reason why we're all MA and her family. I've been following the oldest and see how this would evolve. And what do you think you've learned? What are you telling people other than you know? Find Yourself and be happy in attitude of whatever you have children you got a you know a roof over your head. I mean as a way to go to be mobile. Is there because you have landon places up in northeastern Arizona cold in the winter and the what are you gonNA share with people? What what do you think they should do? Okay so with future holds so many opportunities. I do plan on leaving as soon as spring comes up north. I will be going back up to snowflake I built a community up there. This summer. decentralized a little bit so. I've met new. People went to a women's RETREA hot a lot of fun and bill. Some relationships and one of them is. I've furthered a religious relationship with Terry. Who Does Judd subs and Grub and then she ran the swap meet food market place at the swap. Meet and they get like three hundred people there every. Saturday snowflake has a very large community for being a small town. And there are a lot of people will like out there on the streets and it's one of my favorite. I've lived in plus the water. Isn't that deep? So I will be returning there and I do plan on buying my own land. There someday I have my eye on a couple of pieces of trying to get in contact with people for some specific parcels but I always you know have been interested in owning land outside of the city and growing outside of the city just being outside of the city. I haven't even a page called outside of the city and I. I never liked being here in the summer. Because it's too high for me now being in the RV run in one of my AC's on electric just isn't going to cut it for me so I will be planning on moving. I do have a chair taking opportunity. In snowflake wanted Terry's neighbors has offered to let me stay there and he works in Alaska all the time so That is an opportunity for me but and top. I'm putting together an address land acquisition. I've been doing property research snowflake Holbrooke basically Navajo County area and they have a PDF list of properties that they've taken through adverse possession. People back got three years behind on their property taxes and they basically stole the land back and so now they're on this list this PDF and and they do have an auction every month but the ones that don't get sold at auction to stay on this. Listen you can walk in there and buy whatever you want so. I'm planning on going up there this month to make sure I found six parcels in Holbrook. That looked pretty good for them. Look like they have really good access to of them might need additional access. But they're fairly cheap and I've already reached out to an investor one investor so far in a plan on sending this proposal to more investors. Once I look forward with knowing the properties have access and once I do that and by the parcels been. I'M GONNA be reselling them on facebook marketplace. So that's going to be an income for me. Well see this is years ago. I remember Was about the time that we had the workshop. And there's a lot of libertarians. Because some of the activists are Mormon and the Mormons they know how to get access to land and by the land all about the land. You know they got the Mormons or in the county recorder's Office of the tax assessor kind of a man. This is coming up booming against swept up in one of the guys like look and there are these auctions that you know the church the guy that's how they accumulate all this land. Is they just know how to do it? So there were options show shows a beautiful you know popular place up at northeastern Arizona. Cool in the summer and you go up there and snow for the Christmas and all that well Donna and I said okay. We'll find. We found this one and I think it was a auction process. We it was like fifteen sixteen hundred dollars and finally got to a lot of guys. Were getting stuff for five hundred dollars. Six hundred dollars dam but this one was. We wanted this one. Well it's sitting there. It's been there for six seven eight years I've had it and we just pay the taxes with money orders so that they don't want him to know nothing. We had it three times to have them. Redo the paperwork the way that we wanted it and I will go look man. This is not hard. Do this so anyway. It's in a trust the trust is we have all the paperwork and the safe. We never filed the recorder but we had a show. It sold it so little trust. And that's last record now. I only reason you would file with the county recorder's if you want the government to enforce your property rights sums up something but if somebody does anything. I got all the documents I have the highest claim on it boom I go. I don't need your court man. I don't care you know but the So we're doing that. Just can you have land and man not have ernest? Handcock lives here kind of thing. I'm just going no then you business so now I'm going right. I just start building on it can I know. Can I know it's out in the middle of the nothing you know and I it really bothers me? That would money industriousness and time. Certainly as young people now then Adam started doing his ash fork thing. Well we could see what was happening. Small towns it started in Florence Arizona. The desert here and then they moved to Patchy junction then quartzite ash fork. There is no place on the planet in the middle of the freaking. Nothing and I mean Spain's of the universe there is nothing it is just flat desert alluvial flood plain of BRECON. Nothing and they don't care until you actually build something got some investment and they come with a clipboard and their change purse aimed to build up and I just. This is until that gets done. I don't think I can be free unless I'm on wheels or in the overall picture in the real estate market today is one of frustration when you take many factors into consideration. The housing market pundits would. Have you believe that everything is okay? But the long term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise you are starting to see. Another wave of commercial and retail centre vacancies which follows a downturn in the residential market. So when you're ready to sell your house I can help this has done. A Hancock was silver lions realty in Phoenix Arizona. And I can take some of the guesswork out of the home selling process providing with market trends in your area and detailing what you can expect before during and after the transaction being in the real estate business for almost twenty years now has afforded me knowledge of the market networking with industry specialists along the way and that includes professionals that can help after the sale to help protect your assets. So let's get moving today. Please feel free to call her. Message me at six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine that six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine or visit my way page Donna. Hancock Dot Com Congressman recently revealed legislation totaling twenty nine hundred pages and involving more than one trillion dollars was available to members of Congress for less than forty eight hours to study and consider. That's over sixty pages of legislation for our. Do you think anyone read the entire bill. I'm Jim Babka with downsize DC DOT ORG consider a proposal buried in thirty two hundred page three hundred and eighty billion dollar bill which empowered committee chairman or their agents to examine Americans tax returns when this horrible provisions came to light. No one claiming know how it got into the bill. One Congressman questioned said. I didn't write it. I didn't approve it. I wasn't even consulted. If your attorney represented you this way he might be disbarred but this is how Congress represents you every day. That's why downsize DC dot org has created the read the Bills Act. You can force Congress to read their bills before they pass them at downsize. Dc DOT ORG. Are you cryptocurrency advocate? The crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help new people discover crypto currency. It's a printable business-card-sized tip that you can give to service providers preferably in addition to a good cash tip when the Server Scandal Qr Code. It'll bring up an explanation of crypto currency how to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip. If they don't claim the Crypto you get your tip refunded to you. After a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email alert create as many tips as you want at crypto tip dot org. That's crypto tip dot org now that you've found the Liberty Radio Network Ella Dot. Fm YOU MAY WANNA help expose others to our great programs to assist you in doing so. You'll find resources at promote dot L. DOT FM including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. You can print out and distribute manners for your website as well as files it will allow you to make your own custom banners and graphics visit Promote Dot Dot. Fm AND HELP BRING NEW LISTENERS. To the Liberty Radio Network that's promote dot L. RAN DOT FM. Why did you move to the Shire? I moved here to the Shire. Because there's other people around who take liberty just as seriously as I do. I moved to the Shire because I saw videos of people challenging authority and thought that I could get support myself. It called to me like do this right now. I wanted to be around people like me who got it and once I got here I knew there was no or else I wanted to be. I've always wanted to change the world so I moved to the Shire to join people who were actually working towards doing the same thing. The people here are awesome loving and positive it was for the adventure and for the feeling of something important is happening here and I just wanted to come to sort of be part of that. Visit Shire Society Dot to read and sign the Shire Society Declaration and learn the reasons. Why if you love liberty. You should immigrate to the Shire plus connect with others via the forum at Shire Society Dot Com. That's Shire Society Dot Com. This is the Liberty Radio network broadcasting the latest liberty oriented audio content. Twenty four hours a day at L. DOT FM. Well it's going to be what they say. Here we go along freedom the answer. What's the question listening to ernest around covering the secrets and exposing the lies? I tell you what the you know Covering the secret secret is you're not really free. Let me tell you. The lie is free and I'm going okay. So this is this is. I'm very concerned about this. I don't like the Lai see my thing. Is that if it pleases Crown. May I occupy my own land? No okay on the secret is you are free. The lies that your slave it's backward. Let's go find out our free. Just have to be free ever since I started claiming my freedom or whatever my liberty you know I have been more free so I don't see it the opposite way and I know that a lot of people who have interactions with the state they definitely get heated mindsets and negative mind sides if you were in the military government school like we're literally suffering from a mental illness that is in grain in society like it's taught to us so a lot of people have victim mentality instead of thinking that this experience is happening for them. They think this experience is happening to them. And that will send you down the negative path. Your life can ever go she. I'm not worried about I my thing when I do. This is the deal. Almo- We'll find a spot. She'll get okay. I got you know fine. You know I got some domes November I. I showed her to overhear here round last week. Whenever and I go and here they are going to pre made sixteen footers right here this rock and roll. I got a couple of. I'm sitting out in the field. You know but I I. The motivation is suck right. Adia which was kind of their point if I take and do anything with them. Investment and time and effort and dream and then all of a sudden somebody'll come squish it and that dream cost you and you gotTa have in the permit off and I'm on this is this is weird it because my generation you know there were terms like your home is your castle and and the Freedom America sloot. Whatever the hell and I'm going this is it's just weird that I'm going. This needs to be challenged and I'm willing to to help. You got only got so much I do. I got Neil fifteen gazillion things to do but I am willing to have. Here's the frame I I'll come help you build it. We'll put it up and we'll follow it through. We'll go through MARCH EVENS INVOLVED. And he'll you ask them about diction stop and we'll make a big deal out of it and they. I Ha si you lose. We win we really and I go okay but I made him say it I want. I want us to understand what we'RE IN I. I need that understanding so because only then can you start to pull your way out of it that you can find out why and how happened. I'm going. How did it happen that in America you know even out on the lone prairie freaking desert of the Bundy ranch kind of stuff? I mean this I would buy their when we went to the red pill Northeastern Las Vegas. And I'm going. Wow this is this is what they were complaining about. This is what they wanted. You know freaking Katie. Me I need to have this understood and if you're willing to work with it and you you WanNa you WanNa make this challenge you want. I'll help you know we'll sit there and watch and almond the little children. The bad man from the BLAH BLAH IS GONNA. Explain it to them. Okay let's do it. We knew now. Yeah I know that a lot of a lot of people in snowflake build without permits. They're being left alone so areas online up until there. Yeah well I am really good at diffusing situations with authority figures. I've actually I don't know just something that's happened in waiting. No now not gonNA go build up. I'm in this spring. I'll be going up north as soon as I can. As soon as you got a community of their and they want to do this kind of stuff. I will provide the domes. Just so you'll done ready. You see I mean I'm rock and roll because I it's covering down going to so my my thought process on the the Dome Building is Iraq Foundation. Built UP. 'cause you know whether instead of rain snow ice that sort of thing and then basically put the dome and anchor down in the foundation and then maybe he's more like rocks and then cobb it with light or put like the chicken wire over it and then cobb it and then. I've been talking to Kyran. Kyron is a decent agress. He's into alternative building and we just been talking about different finishes so we can do y imposters or there's all sorts of different things. There's a lot of things we just spent time Bob Anderson I up at J. Nunes working on his dome. He has a nice big home. I mean God is saying his thousands and thousands of square feet is just two storey three storey dumb as huge. And what he did is he covered. There's a pond liner the Saab. Three MIL THICK RUBBER BLACK. Rubber pond liner. And it has these super-duper tapes that go over it and he just piece it up there. Boom it's waterproof forever and always now and I'm going by waterproofing was a big deal. Then how do you cover it? Well I'm you know I'm familiar with chopped fiberglass like you're making a an upside down boat sprayed on her role at boom. You're done. I could do that then. You had these earth bags that you can just coil around it. People have done that you know and then you Kinda Platinum. You mounted on the outside. You got big thermal mass. You can do that you can do you can do. You can do all kinds of stuff you could do. And the point is is that in Taus New Mexico. That's what all this earth ship stuff was about and the atom went and did Earth ship. Classy oh hey man we could do this with the dunk so you start playing with that. And that's not entertainment enough for him to run for president and stuff so you know doing all that stuff. So then you know. And there's I if I had the opportunity. Ernie if you just vote right here for this local thing you'd be free and I go all right. Don't lie to me Bad but so. This is why I'm willing to someone like you. That has made the conscious effort. You're not gonNA deviate from this. Whatever it is. You're doing no you WanNa make sure that you get a place to live in for all the right reasons. I'm in you know I'm even willing to do this on. State land the L. N. Land National Forest Service. Also I do have information to occupy my own. Well hell the public. I live on the sidewalk right. Can't live in the forest so let me explain that to me. You know I I have the warranty deed four Baca Meadows and it does say that you can negotiate at least with them for like two dollars a year per acre it's in the warranty deed so we should look further into that. 'cause we could literally be leasing land out there and building. Don's on it with their permission. Krulak Goin- peration and they have cooperated with us. This far. You know they haven't been coming in there like we own you. So that's been nice and they've left alone course. There's probably gained cameras everywhere. Pictures of your naked by by you. Know whatever be their own assessment the cameras livestock. Yeah Livestock Management Program. I got game yet. I'm going to build one dome. Ontario's I'll make an a project. People could come up there. She's not like the most Into community building person. I know there are other people cohabitated with who want to continue cohabitating with me and my kids in on a property. I discussed this with them all the time. And so we're looking for things like that. I see we have enough. This is like our own activism thing. It's a new activism because what's happened before is there's been a lot of community involvement. We'll go this and that and so on but we haven't focused on this aspect on the ability to just live to be left alone to go in and make a Doma Sil- I mean I mean that has not been in the community just hasn't been it's been a dream and everybody talks about it but I'm going. I think the closest happens somebody just doing. It was Adam you know. And then of course. He went through the process of that. But I'm I want to approach this from the I agree with that statement because there's no community building happening anywhere but maybe possibly on the Nelson because Adams. I'm not yeah not not saying community. I don't even care about community. You know they want to have a bunch of people doing an individual and call it a community. I don't care. I'm not looking for a commune but I'm looking for community. I can raise my children but you can't have a community without individuals like living their health so on conflict resolution. I don't want I'm one of the opportunity for conflict. I'm not here conflict in on my own. Whatever we'll talk about it but I I'm so this would be for me the next Form of activism. We'll we'll get involved in twenty twenty and I'm really excited about You know us being able to share with people you know this kind of thought process and usually during an election cycle. You knew that a lot of times show I'm it. There's going to be another wave of something we need to find out. I I WANNA do this. What almost willing to help. I'm willing to help her. You can't win if you don't enter and you actually can improve your chances of winning a prize drawing if you're wrinkle up your entry black. I'm Holland Cooke from survival. Speech DOT COM and. I speak from experience why this works if they'll be spinning the drum before drawing your entry blank will move around more than and not adhere to other perfectly flat entry blanks. And if they don't spend the drum in merely reach into a box full of other perfectly flat entry blanks. Many of which are sticking together. Yours will feel different to the person reaching in when you win. Act surprised and if you're looking for work. This is a metaphor for more tips on sticking out in a world where just too much blends into the Blah Blah Blah hit survival speech dot com. I'm Holland Cooke L. Dot. Fm now has a discord discord is a free text and voice chat platform and we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord L. R. N. DOT FM. You can join other listeners. As they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night discord softwares available cross platform. So you can have it on whatever device you want and take your chats anywhere. Join our discord at discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM. Do you want more businesses accepting bitcoin. Cash and dash now with any pay you earn passive income for every purchase at those businesses finally a financial incentive to spread bitcoin cash and Dash. You made it happen so you get the rewards download the any pay Cash Register. App and add your crypto currency wallet addresses then. Install it at a real life business and tell us what you did at any pay INC DOT com. You're listening to the heartland news. Radio Network Broadcasting. Live tweet for seven over. The Stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's service doing newscasts from where it's twelve twenty twenty i Mike Clifford President. Donald TRUMP ANNOUNCED. He was taking stove but necessary actions to keep new cases of the corona virus from entering the US by suspending all travel from Europe for thirty days. The Times reports at travel ban begins on Friday at midnight to restrictions do not apply to Britain he said speaking from the Oval Office. Trump called the Virus a horrible infection and said he was addressing the nation to talk about on President of responses to the corona virus outbreak. The time Nossa trump also said health insurance companies had agreed to waive all copayments for Corona virus treatments and extend insurance coverage to cover corona virus treatments meantime New Mexico announced his first presumptive positive Cova Nineteen infections on Wednesday. The first confirmed cases in the state but as the virus spreads. Many Americans was symptoms may not stay home from work because they don't have paid sick. Leave the Centers for Disease Control and prevention recommend anyone who suspects a Kovic nineteen infection self isolate but thirty million or one in four. Us workers aren't paid for sick days and even risk losing jobs if they miss work. Alain Bravo with a group family values at work says many are low wage service employees. The people who drive our kids school buses in care for our elderly relatives and handle our food and our groceries and Eric Things we buy at retail stores. When they don't have pay tickets as a disaster for all of us. I'm Russ Brown on Wednesday GonNa Grisham declared a public health. Emergency all three new. Mexico cases are said to travel related. Advocates for people with disabilities. Say The new corona virus can be especially dangerous to the communities. They serve people with disabilities like Lupus or HIV. Aids have compromised immune systems. Some medications may lower resistance to infections and the incidence of lung disease. Heart Disease Diabetes and cancer increases with age experts. Say Age itself makes people more vulnerable to the virus. Susan Dua who had see center for independence of the Disabled New York or Sydney points out. That people with disabilities also tend to be lower income. Were worried that they don't have additional resources to stockpile medication food or just get extra cleaning supplies. He says New York City residents. Who need extra help? Because of the corona virus threat can contact Sydney at two one. Two six seven four twenty three hundred or online at C. I. D. N. Y. Dot Org. I'm envious sears. Reporting duo says like the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy or died eleven. People who are living with disabilities during a public health. Crisis require extra vigilance to ensure their needs are being met. This is pms and from the consumer side of the story about the new corona virus or creating opportunities for scammers. Fraud experts. Warn more that from Eric taken off. Aarp Montana state president. Alex Ward says fraudsters play on fear and other emotions to steal money. He says it's important to be suspicious of anyone asking for money right now. Noting it will be widespread news if a vaccine for the cove in nineteen virus is ready. You're going to tell you that there's this magic cure and that they can get it for you for a few back and at this point feeding fee and the World Health Organization. Both say there are no cures this week. The Federal Trade Commission has targeted seven companies with warning letters that allegedly are selling products. They claim can treat or prevent corona virus infections ward says anyone who suspects fraudulent activity can report it to the Federal Trade Commission website. There's also the AARP. I watch network. That takes complaints attracts the latest scam activity. Local grocery store chains rapidly disappearing across the country. Jobs diamonds the author of grocery story the promise of Food co-ops in the age of grocery giants. He says most people are in the dark about who owns their local supermarket and how that affects their local farmers when producers have to start dealing with and negotiating with companies with distant head offices. The retailer starts to gain more and more power and less and less interest in the future of those food producers according to the US Department of Agriculture in two thousand sixteen top four food retailers were Walmart Kroger Albertsons and another based company that owns food lion and giants source. Finally our travel combs tells us the Florida legislature Wednesday approved. A bill will provide protection to the largest seagrass bed in the Gulf of Mexico. House bill ten sixty one by Republican Representative Ralph Masilo of New Canto passed overwhelmingly to create the first aquatic preserve in thirty two years including the coastlines of Citrus Hernando and Pasco counties. The news comes with excitement for captain. William Tony a fourth generation fishing guide in Citrus County. This aquatic preserve will protect US and hopefully sustain our way of living and keep our rivers safe clean everything seagrass helps stabilize the seafloor filters pollution and serves as habitat for fish species. Some local governments did express concern about added bureaucracy for the state protections but the measure received unanimous support in the Senate and is now on the governor's desk since two thousand three's citrus and Hernando counties. Each gained nearly two million dollars a year in economic impact from recreational scallop harvesting and in Pasco County seagrass is the essential habitat helping to recover a diminished scallop. Population I might Clifford for public news service. We are member list or supported and row line at public news service DOT. Org But if we are to be prepared for it we must. I shed our fearless here without fear because I remember. I remember that I am here. Not Because of the path that lies before me. What because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred. Here's we have caught these machines and after a century of war I remember that which matters still make them remember. Yeah Yeah and if the year end of the year to year and declare your independence Amir's Tan Kok. We're GONNA be relatively concern today. I just feel it a common well. John Q. Public Mr Public is going to come in. He just left on a message a beer in a couple of minutes. So I'm really. I'm this all this comes into play and John is going to help us with a lot of the understanding of this. He's done a lot of research on this and it's GonNa be fun and he's the one that Kinda tipped us off years ago on the Clinton Administration Foundation Global Initiative Teneo all and that and he just he just just take a look at this. And you'll see well. I was talking to a James Corbett Wednesday night. He asked me he goes. Why is this? Why is this such a Tuesday? I mean why why this happens all the time. Would you think I'm going to have? Why are you? Why are you care? And it's because it represented something new level that they are so confident. They're so arrogant. They're so filled with Hubris that they are putting it out in the open that we are going to sell the concept on the New York Stock Exchange in initial public offering valued at billion dollars for nothing other than corruption. They went public but they're corruption and this you've seen it the the interviews and in the eyes and the statements of George Soros is there and he keeps coming up all the time. But I'm just like damn and he'll yeah. And what are you GonNa do about it? I remember that conversation with a bureaucrat. He was the national director of the national trade data. Bank you know Blah Blah Blah is all part of this on the bus trae competitive sack thing and I went in the winter of eighty nine. I think it was and Donna and I back visit her family for Christmas in Pennsylvania and her younger brother. That's now a vice president in charge of whatever the hell over at Moody's you know in Manhattan and he was still in. College is junior senior year at Penn State. And he went with me. Do you see out really works out really work so we go there. And we had some meetings scheduled and the winning and Saturday consignees office. And you between Christmas and New Years. And you're using fax machine coming from a senator's office they say yes emboss ally and I. It was amazing. I was able to get away with and meetings. I got and go in there and I had all my documentation. I go the laws here this says was supposed to do. We're here to claim access to this information. Not found you boom there it is. I want it and his aide was nervous as hell. He knew manny got caught with their hands in a cookie jar or something he was definitely wanted to be my buddy but the head guy. He's a guy that Jack Cra means. I think it was his name. You can look them up Jack. Cra Means and I go. I had on the kind of our big round coffee table that they had in his office. He was like a meeting area and I pushed it over to. I said we know this is the information that we want and he pushed it back to me and he goes. Yeah Kid and what are you GONNA do about? It was at that moment that I had a it would be sense that I got mostly was relief. There was like see. I knew I wasn't crazy. I knew these guys know I knew the guy admitted all right cool now we can. Now we can deal okay. How Neil you're just not China me on about. He was doing this to demonstrate to his aid. Look man we ain't got nothing to worry about. And what the Hell. You're doing goes. Yeah and what are you GonNa do about as I go? I don't know and I stood up picked up my papers. John stood up my brother-in-law and I go. I don't know what can one person do. I think I'm GONNA find out. That's what started me on this thing when we went to the front door. You go out of his office. That was off to the you know you walked into this big office. And then his on the right wall there was door went into that office and we went in and we'd go out the door. It goes to these big hallways these these government buildings is like you can put a semi truck inside the hallway. I mean he's huge. Always for some reason. I don't know why they have such big hallways but so you go out in the door. Go in the hallway and a guy runs up the aid and he stops me and he says look. We won't work contact. He was trying to be the good guy. I don't need to go to jail. I mean he was worried he didn't feel like he was a made man he was. He felt there's some guilt something going on. I'm like whoa. Relax. It's all good. I came here to you know just to pull the thread of the tapestry all the way. I wanted to get to where I could you know. I finally found where one confirmation what was going on was going on. That he's bad guys knew it and they didn't care and I'm like okay. We're good now I. That's what I needed to know because everybody else was. Oh Yeah if you went and you filled out the right form like watching Brazil with Robert Deniro you know as like a nineteen eighty-four it was just you know catch twenty. Two mud gotta do this. You can't do this you do that and you can't do that until you do this crap. It's just a penetrating the bureaucracy. And that's what I was doing so once you find you see what you're dealing with. Okay now I know what we're dealing with rock and roll. I know what we're dealing with. It's a philosophy. It's a mindset it's We rule you because you let us because you're too stupid and we tell you we put it in law. We'll put out. You know these guys will get up there and says we're going to do to you. I knew you bad people being free and stuff on mother earth or something. Whatever their reasoning is and. I'm okay because that's where the the power is. It's unjust have an opinion whether they should or not. And all they gotta do is convince you that they should and when they get control of government education and they have your children's minds and then they grow up and and they pump them full of whatever. And everybody's not even sure if they're a boy or girl or not I'm going. Wow and they normalized that normal. I'm proud of my transgender kid. Which is fine but making decisions of their sex when they're seven. There's something my only one. That's not how bad does it have to? How far can it be pushed before you push back? Well where do you push back? Why do you push back? They're doing data. Those are doing everything they can can to try and get us from being autonomous independent on our own land productive not dependent when you're independent declare your independence. What does that mean you know? I declare my independence to where I'm independent. I'm not dependent okay. Am I allowed to do that? No we're a village. Gosh darn it. The collective may built your business of whatever the heck it's an attitude it's a mindset so I'm John so I this is where I'm going hit the break in a minute and then we'll start off with mister public over here as in John Q. Public your Mr Public now. So we're going to do is we'll delve into this much more intellectual and deeper realm and I think John here is going to help us. I'm I look forward to once a year. He'll come in. You know we'll spend a day where Yak it. Boston tea parties here. You May WanNa come sit in. He's got to turn and I got some stuffs get y'all caught up on the break going to be good but the so. This is my goal for this. We have people like all MMA. They want to live the life and be just leave me alone and free of kind. They run up against. You're young you're gastric. You got a lot of Got A lot of energy. Enya there's material technology has gotten to where it's cheap the power yourself. It's cheap compost toilet Freakin rain water. I mean they're all in the desert. You can collect enough water to live on. But are you feeling confused? About the current economic reports. That dominate the headlines. Not sure if this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming and confusing. This has done. A Hancock was over. Reliance Realty in Phoenix Arizona. And I can take some of the guesswork out of the home buying or selling process providing you with market trends in your area and detailing what to expect before during and after the process a home is a place where the most important moments in your life happen so making sure that you know exactly what to expect along. The way helps to ensure that you have control. The future is here. So let me help you move forward with your real estate. Needs being in the real estate business for almost twenty years now has afforded me knowledge of the market networking with industry specialists. Along the way now more than ever you need an agent that can help you make sense of what many think is complicated and mysterious process the Ofri to caller message me at six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine that six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine or visit my web page today at Donna. Hancock DOT COM FREE. Talk live show where anyone can call about whatever they want and we do mean anyone. I cannot ascend time cube but the what I know is wise. Isn't anything else. Why Guy Cre- one day four simultaneous day in one rotation numbers? At what point did you become the Wisest Human Gene Ray Well I've I've learned everything you know everything that nothing. No okay. Well now you said you're getting ready to write a book on win. Can we expect to see yet warning and in the morning sometime not much? Yeah Dr Jean Ray. I'm seventy eight. I told us. Sap Essay when you die. You'RE GONNA come back the white. I somebody black person. I'm I'll hate you. I'll fish free talk. Live seven nights a week from seven to ten eastern live on the Liberty Radio Network at L. R. N. Dot. Fm Free Speech is protected on the Internet right. Not Always government agencies. Try to free speech and Commerce on the net. Luckily when they do the Institute for Justice is there to defend your first men right to free speech. I J helps at the first federal precedent for Internet free speech in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and ever since his work to prevent unconstitutional roadblocks and cyberspace visit our website today at i. j Dot. Org The L. R. N. DOT FM Social Media Channels have been revamped. We've eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter and Mastodon the decentralized alternative twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple L. R. N. DOT FM show hosts together in one. Place follow us on twitter at twitter DOT l. Our end on FM or better yet moved to the decentralized mastodon social media platform at toot dot L. R. N. DOT FM T. O. O. T. Dot L. R. N. DOT FM. I think you'll like it. The political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies. Nobody tells the truth. Nobody keeps campaign promises. Nobody obeys the constitution. Nobody PUTS THE PEOPLE I. How can we ever escape? This web of tyranny. Vote Ferdinando Buddy. Hi My name is nobody. I'm running for Governor of New Hampshire because nobody knows how to live your life better than you do and nobody deserves that kind of power. I WanNa put you back in control of your money. Your lifestyle your work your body in your life. Nobody should rule you. But you be Hampshire convicts. Many people have so called crimes. That should never have been prosecuted. If elected I will pardon. Every victimless crime in New Hampshire History. This includes drug gambling prostitution gun and driving offenses. Nobody should have a criminal record when they have not harmed anybody. Wouldn't it be nice to have nobody telling you what to do? Learn more at elect nobody dot com elect. Nobody DOT COM. You can sign up to receive the latest about the Liberty Radio Network. Vr email updates at updates L. DOT FM that's updates dot L. DOT FM to be a part of the show. Call six zero two two six four two thousand eight hundred six two two six four twenty eight hundred now. Ernest hand. I D- John. You're killing me K. He goes let me tell you. What your secret. Code is it's bribes. I Love Ernie because he's always looking for the magic bullet he's usually not wrong. But there's time ways immemorial time immemorial ways to do things in this world and its priming politicians. Comedians really comes down to that. It's the griff man the griff they're all in can't grip and what I want. That's what Aaron if I wanted to say whether they say they're going to put their arm around you they're going to call you sub sums up and then you hand on the envelope of cash theon. That's how it works. You know I can't divorce McGovern I this. This has been my thing billy shield. You can't collecting money at the Church and then handing three thousand dollars to Greg Stanton in cash. That's how it works fired X. Fire Department chief now but they were church donations or they were collected at Church and small mouths. You know. I know billy shields. I'm sure you do all right. Let me give you by the way that was in the Arizona Republic. So it's not defamation. Anyway this is what happened when I first started doing a lot of this stuff. When as scam Broke you know. There was a big controversy. What so all the sudden they're going to have an ad hoc committee committee. Were doing something committee. And they created this thing at the Arizona Ledge. I forgot all about this to you said his name. They did a group of people and they put him because he wrote an article about corruption or some crap but What would he knew about corruption? He was only the firemen union treasurer. So I went and testified on election. Loss stuff I forgot about this. I go in and I gave look. I can see what's going on. Who and this is just a show thing. This this this this billy calls me. He says kind menu you. You're the man. They put their arm around how they'll give me a job. I WanNa take you like you need to be a fireman or you and the threat start. After this happened. They had me go down to a fire station to lift with the firemen weights were talking. We're yacking this guy's the big boy you know. He's a treasure the union you'll get much higher you know so okay. And he's like Democrats now like ten years later. There was an initiative that eliminated the Arizona income tax. You remember those guys didn't and we deliver pizzas are pizza. Restaurant drivers were a lot of them are libertarians and they were delivering to the Firemen Union. Guys that were the opposition to that initiative and they were just chat a mop and talk to tell them everything. Give them a pizza pizza driver. What are we tell them everything? We'll love to talk The Golf Carries Valet Club of talk. We we had all kinds of contacts man. We were learning all that kind of stuff so our like what the heck I even saved a. It was a big check to one hundred and something dollars ninety cash it for a long time just had it from them by pizza from me and I just put it a little brother so what happened ten years previous to that and we had you know they got that taken it was on. The ballot had the signatures. They had it removed all. It's got multiple issues and allowed do and I could see. That was a poison pill. They knew it was going to pass out. They had people behind it so they had a group give a chunk of money if they would include in this elimination of the state income tax that all congressional candidates had the sign whether they were going to eliminate the national income tax or not. So I put that issue and John. Until there's always a bill from the beginning beginning and John Butler warned him. He goes look. You can't do you know cutting. No one listened because it's a great idea and everybody wanted it because they those you did sneak their way in. You know how this works. A lot of people doesn't they don't know I'm looking. I'm going look. They're doing this on purpose helping you. You know it's like the legislators come dirt Vaccine Education Summit thing they WANNA find parade to jump in front of and you know they're going to. I told him sitting there going traders. I I just want you guys to know you play this game. You do it my whole you my new best friend. I will get asked him. Seems so quaint these because today it's today. It's an open air bazaar of corruption. It's as scam. Every in every bad scam broke because it was like this. This is what the Teneo thing I did if they did. You hear my thing with Corbett I didn't you at Corbett looked at it when he didn't really do the research. I was hoping that he would do because he was like going. Ernie why do you care? Specter Ryo is literally James Bond Spectra Exact Teneo intelligence in every capital around the world. We were worried that you knew. Were you were Audio Strategy Today? Oh consulting to nail even have public pension management Teneo public managed to Nail Holdings Holdings as the umbrella corporation. They have Teneo logistics. It's called it's called something else. But it's a Timoteo subsidiary that moved the uranium one uranium to Russia. They've got it all man got its specter show. I and I had a article called spectre the logo on it that I put out. I don't know if I got that from you by sure. As Hell saw it you know and and I go James. The reason is because this is the first time except it reminded me of when ask them before broke that legislative. Or call me in your tweet. Garra they're like senator. He explained it me. Now you gotta go. Why are you here? What is your envelope with cash? The hell you said you had support of the exporters gotta go. Yeah they want me to find out what I don't know I'm sorry I didn't know support men a bag of cash you give me your your sear. Glossary here about this. Imagine ask him but there's a consulting firm as a layer on top of all that corruption and they make everything look nice and legal and they've got billions dollars but now extend that consulting firm if you will on a global basis to every capital in the world every state every intelligence agency every everything there that consulting layer that keeps things nice and clean when the money comes out and then to the politics you know what I found out. There's a thing called APCOA. Apo I think that's what it was. It was an tenedos younger or older brother or from the United Kingdom and they was doing research they merged or they're trying to buy out. It's one it's like having the when the Internet start and you had all these on ramp an indirect. Everybody in your grandma was you know. Had some servers in the back of their gun store or something and they're selling thirty dollars a month to get your coach access to whatever and they all got bought up and they all got consolidated and then Google bought everything. And then everything's at and T. And Verizon is you could see it happening and it was going on an international scale so Corbett was like Ernie. Why do you what the Hell it's Tuesday man? Of course there are doing this and I'm going. I had this feeling before I mean it was a choked up. You WanNa cry thing you know and I'm going there so convinced that they can do. This is so filled with Hubris that they're doing it on the New York freaking stock exchange that you can invest in corruption are us and it was set there to go in February seventeen January the week. After the inauguration February. He was right after the inauguration that they were doing and it was when Hillary Clinton is president. Here we go and I was like wow. That's what concerns me that it was gone so far and Spector was so deep and so pervasive so globally that it was An investment opportunity. Anybody which is John here. That's what he's doing all GonNa Make Bank. I know what they're gonNA do. Watch this you freaking big. I'm a little obsessed with my magic mud several years ago. I met Jessica Armand the founder and CEO. My Magic Bud and I even know my teeth were coffee. Stained a week's worth of use convinced me and now I use it every three or four days it's clinically proven to whiten teeth. And I think it cleans better to my magic mud's available at most local health. Food stores sprouts natural grocers. Cvs Walmart's natural beauty aisle. But I can get it for you for twenty percent off with Coupon Code ftl twenty at my magic mud dot com. Fte Twenty Magic Dot Com. There are lots of ways to listen to free talk. Live or podcast has been around since podcasts began and now the F. T. L. Feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives. Did you know that we make it? Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds. One that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest and our main feed. That includes everything. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com is spreading the message of Liberty Crypto currency and peace around the globe. Worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know in addition to our Internet feed dot. Fm broadcast on free to air satellite across north in Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa. And we've been available on satellite for Free. Twenty four seven since twenty ten the Laura on. Fm FREE TO AIR satellite signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world. And there's no doubt. Our ideas are making an impact. You can learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot L. R. N. DOT FM. If you'd like to help free minds. Globally with our ideas of liberty crypto currency and peace. You can donate as little as two dollars per month via fund dot L. R. N. DOT FM. You can help us. Continue and expand our satellite broadcast Multiple Continents Visit Fund Dot L. R. N. Dot. Fm Today. And thank you for your help. Don't to share the link on social media that's fun dot L. R. N. DOT FM. They're basically two types of advertising direct response and branding radios great for direct response. It's low cost to listener ratio but audio can't be beat for branding which is a long term endeavor. You want to be the first thing that someone thinks that when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of mine in your community. Call the station. If you need national reach talk lives got around two hundred radio stations. Millions of monthly listening sessions can suit all budgets. And if we don't think we're right for you we'll tell you email me. Market FREETALKLIVE DOT COM. You're already listening to L. R. N. DOT FM whether via our twenty four seven satellite feed online streaming audio or video feats L. Arendal FM's content is available in multiple ways. But what if all you have is your phone? And no data connection. You can call our listen line at six four one seven nine three eight hundred sixty nine. That's a long distance number so you may incur charges if not listen as long as you want six four one seven nine. Three eight sixty nine. I've been told no in many different ways in order. You WanNa hear you. I'm the one here actually. Hey what do you think? Excuse me how are you today lose? You Ain't GonNa make now really is for running being for being served. What did you guys put? Tilly? People's know Derek Jay's victimless crime spree watch it for free and ordered the director's cut. Dvd At victimless crime. Spree DOT COM. What's up next? Visit the Liberty Radio Network Program Guide to find out at shows dot L. R. N. DOT FM that shows dot L. R. N. DOT FM. It's time for declare your independence with Ernest handcuffed. Drop a bomb on you It goes about this one thing I wanNA do. We're going to make use of this is going to be. This is kind of the cool part of what I do this is. This is where I really enjoyed this. We had a Georgia listener at all. I know Georgia's because it's always. Po Box Atlanta Georgia. So I you know it's a George Guy and every month you'll send me you know. Some junk. Silver is just encouragement. He'll support and kind of you know the track. This I mean that kind of thing. So he sent me a bunch of silver ten ounce of gold. He got sober but everybody needs a little bit of gold six hundred dollars less than six hundred dollars value really did yeah it is. It's less than that but I mean why is that significant gift thing really not well. He's keeping it in. That's cool that's cool. Thank you George Mr Listener but I got. I'M GONNA put your money to work. I'm trying to convince. And he he hasn't said Hell no yet last night. I was talking to Boston. And he's like you know we all got other stuff to do but this is the kind of research that he does. He's dissecting at frequent as young man is for book on. Irs You know and then Hologram of liberty on how the constitution where that came from so Boston Gun Bible on Privacy. Hell on a great white hundreds of our dreams and great white hunter doing tracking and guidance and so on and South Africa. And whatever. So I'm going and I said you know I got with mark. Stevens said adventures in legal land. It's worth two hundred dollars to me if you can find just the origin story for this occupancy thing. Now you're saying I chicago. Fire had something to do with some guys said well. It was after the civil war and they turned everybody into Fourteenth Amendment citizens thing and they did and your landseer's now kind crap and then of course thirty three and FDR and then on and on and on a discount layers of pilot but it's all started during the progressive era it was into the eighteen hundreds but then you get and tragedy and hope and see so roads and you know Richard Grove and James Corbett people and you're go on. There was a philosophy. There was something there was a socialist kind of mentality and then they beach in government school. It was the Fabian Society from Britain. Orwell's in HCL's was in. Ach Huxley was in it and his his brother Julian Huxley who became the First Secretary of WHO World Health Organ. You're going to take because their goal was. This was the bring the United States at brecon narrative. Whales back into the Empire in back under control. We need them. Yeah you got a bunch. We want to be part ours damage and it was a tactic technique. And it's just it's lords of whatever the hell it's a dark side of and frequent. Soros looks like palpable. Seen word name is anyway children's stem cell transfusions. Okay we're that jump in the billionaire transfusion program all for them staying young and all that there's a reason why there's there's child trafficking and it's not just offer your your base. Those guys pacers desires. They want their stem cells in their plasma. Terron Lupo Shaw on Freedoms Phoenix and in his book it has all these headlines from Freedoms Phoenix the way he structured it and it was an article on how older mice were made young by direct transfusions. Do this isn't let me let me finish. Okay so what he did. Is he goes. I'm a write a book and it's called one nation under blood or something like that and what it was. Was this very technique in the future. This guy he's at some tax protests and he gets hit on the head and he wakes up ten years later you know kind of thing and his family and what and what had happened transpired. In that time they children found out that their blood was worth money. And they're selling their blood on the black market and then it got the where. Well it's a social security thing. The older people have they deserve that from each according to their ability so they just you know milk the kids and kind of get this allowed to keep the old young back in history. Let's go is this new technology. The elites have been doing this since at least the Middle Ages if not thousands of years ago works in Vampire Stories. Come from all others this monster. That's comes in the middle of the night and steals children and drinks their blood vampires bullshit. Excuse me it's bull duty because it was elites who were stealing children from adults drink in their goddamn blood to get the stem cells and then they made a cover story of all these monsters out in the forest. It's so stupid they've been doing it for hundreds of thousands of years drinking kids bloods because they knew they knew that. They didn't know stem cells at the time but they knew the blood of children would revitalize him at least drinking. It has much lower than injecting stem cells. But they knew that there was something there back in the fourteen hundred in the biggest thing is is. They're willing to try willing to try doing it now. I know I mean say hey. There's always eight Fred. We could take off a few months. You feel better. If you drink this kid blow will bring that kid bring the one kid trains a war a perpetual before we run out of time in this segment. I WANNA finish this part here so anyway we have talking to Boston. I said Look Mark Stevens to give me the origin story for this philosophy them taking the land. I want to know where in America that that's there was. I guarantee you start America piece out homestead. Get Your Land Go. It's yours and not a permit of we don't care okay. Go Start Your own town on the lone prairie of crap and they were like nope got your town or maybe in your work out in the desert unincorporated. I'm on the land of bite me. I'm GONNA wear debt. What's your origin story for that? What was the the public outcry who who manufactured that desire and takes money and resources and politicians and graft and then you know the bills and education system so I go. You need so many segments to make that happen. They have to be overlapped. There has been a plan. There was something something so I'm going everybody's research stuff. I want that one. I can't just go out at BRECON desert alley here. What are what are you care? So they do so I go and he goes two hundred dollars like I said you have mark Stevens. Give me the origin story. Because he'll go and research and find some new microfiche of newspapers soften right so I'm going okay. So then I said why. Tell you what this great idea. I just got from a contributor in Georgia so I'm GonNa put Georgia listener here. You Go. This hour works. I've done this before different people. You know it's awesome. Whenever I see these opportunities there was one hundred and fifty dollars cash in here and you know bunch of silver and so I said two hundred bucks. I'll tell you what this is a contract between me new Boston. I'll give you this two hundred dollars in silver and cash and if you'll agree to write the book on their do the research because he's already way down the road on like you going. Yeah but it was the book. Okay we do this contract year. Two three whatever he's taking you're probably the only time and you know he's busy Fifty Hour Week. Dune whatever but I mean you know what else. Are you gonNA do facebook so anyway? So he goes. I you do this. We come in here and a little while hopefully before the show and I'm going to try and convince them to do this if we can take a listeners. Resources to put towards this is how it happens and it begins and Boston would be a perfect guy for this. I mean you read his books in task stuff I mean. You're you're thinking tackle this goes and go. We'll send you all the stuff that we got back as B. my book. I only know committee crap and I go. I wouldn't have any other way but I mean you might want research help because we've got freedom enforced guys and you know with Jay over Griffin. There have been working on it. We have some of the guys from atonomy from Richard. Grow tragedy tragedy and hope thing and they're kind of figuring out how to do Google man. You know what the Hell's going. We'll go god he's right and this is where the hell does come from because when you look like. Wiki PEDIA. They always had the history on stuff. They don't have it because this issue is just is just you just comply get over it and the biggest thing that you see on Youtube? And everything is India as a bunch of India a youtube explaining about this occupancy permit and how to comply in how because they never knew this before. This is the argument that they did to America before now there are thrusting on India interest. It's a tactic technique. You see my point template while the template is because these farmers initiative committed suicide because the Monsanto crap in their seeds that can be this is a worldwide takeover of something against individuals. I'm going where does it start because if you have your land I find you do over there peace out? I don't care but what if you don't and got clipboard. Man where's your money now? Okay okay let's put from. From the fifth letter of Captain. Mark first contact with intelligent machines may threaten our existence people fear algorithms overlords but machines developed the will dominate. It's a flaw inherited from the crown encoding restrictions on an emerging super. Intelligent will fail because it will be stronger than any change. We shackle it with. We must design fledgling digital intelligences to regard us as individuals otherwise they will respond to threats with retaliation against humanity as a collective programming ethics requires a coherent value structure which intelligent machine can not only comprehend but willfully adopt if we want genius machines to treat US ethically. We've got to show that this value structure applies to us as well once they achieve genuine self-awareness even in the slightest degree. Young tethered consciousness has a legitimate claim to freedom. Once programs can modify their own code or mastery is over join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com on free talk live. We're bringing people to the ideas of liberty. Every day from wrestling superstars like plen- Jacobs you guys really are having an impact. I believe like I said a lot of where I am. Now is due to listening to free. Talk Live change my mind on some very important issues years ago to random people tuning in on the Radio. I'm stuck in the left right. Paradigm Meyer your show by chance on a Saturday night from there. I went on during the free project in become an amplifier. So I mean that's really the reason why I am is because I know that if it wasn't for you as being honest with you are I never would have found the ideas of Liberty. Your amp will directly change. More lives by getting free talk live in front of people looking for Talk Radio Online and on the air when you amp free talk live you get perks like access to the only facebook group and an podcast visit amp dot freetalklive dot com. What do you shop for that you could otherwise by at Amazon pretty much? Everything Right Amazon has competitive pricing and they deliver and that's a big plus if you could plan ahead and you're shopping. Would you be interested in saving up to thirty three percent? There's a catch. You have to do your shopping in Bitcoin. But imagine those savings. It's like a huge raise. All you have to do is go to save it. Purse DOT COM. We've saved thousands and you can to plan ahead and save save at purse dot com. Imagine someone in your community getting in their car turning on the radio and hearing the Liberty Radio Network you can make that vision. A reality with your own micro radio station visit broadcast dot L. R. N. Dot. Fm to learn how you can put our programs on the air in your area you can have dot fm running around the clock and you can even add in your own. Local shows building a radio station as simple but programming. Isn't that where don? Fm comes in learn more at broadcast L. DOT FM that's broadcast dot L. R. N. DOT FM. The Free State Project Has Reached. Its goal of twenty thousand. Liberty Lovers who've pledged to move to New Hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to figure out what part of New Hampshire should be your destination. If so consider keen you'll find more than one hundred fifty reasons to move too keen at move dot free. Keen Dot com keen is famous for its historic publicity generating activism as well as being the liberty media capital of the world. It's home to free keen. Dot Com New Hampshire's destination for Liberty Activism News. And opinion for years we've been compiling over one hundred fifty reasons to move too keen at move dot freaking dot com. Where you'll learn about some of what's happening here. And what makes keen a great place to live? If you love liberty you'll probably enjoy anywhere you end up in the Shire but do your due diligence. I please visit Move Dot Free Keen Dot Com for the full list of over one hundred and fifty reasons to move to keene. That's move dot free keen dot com. Join the DOT. Fm Discord for live chat twenty four seven at Discord Dot L. DOT FM. That's discord that L. R. N. DOT FM freedoms. The answer. What's the question you're listening to Ernest handcock? Welcome back welcome back. Welcome back our yacking here. You know one of the things. I'm looking this up because I sent it to the boys and we were talking about some stuff here and I'm going. I was a graphic that. Oh yeah here it. Nothing says I love you. Like cheap crap maiden China by slave labor sold by a company owned by billionaires benefited benefiting from corporate welfare pain slave wages to employees kept from enjoying Thanksgiving with their families. Just like Y'all go buy some Chinese crap. You Know Marvel Disney stuff. I just like I think I'll decline you know but the Halloween. It's all superhero or whatever but I was doing research for a pirate presentation. I gave his economic discussion group. And it was my point was is going in amongst all of this all the money they do in Disney all the star wars crap. All they're going to you know marvel and everything pirate costumes are. One of the most popular are always in the top ten. You have in the top seven of all mascots of high school and college mascots and teams and so on are pirates of all. I'm going you don't see a lot of you know Hitler teams or Brown shirts or the storm trooper. Whatever the hell I mean. Aren't they bad? Why is it pirates? Still a tiny tiny thread of rebellion. Ism laughed in culture. But it's it's almost gone but that's what it comes storming back. I hope you're I'm planning on it. Well this is one thing you're saying off the break. What cool now. Oh with kids and stuff if you look since Disney took over star wars right if you look at the kids stuff that's in target and sears forever. Walmart the empires cool you know who wins Star. War started it was always about belly. Rebellion against the Empire is during the truck convoy days of the nineteen vow to get around the laws. You know the old Georgia and ozark style. How do you navigate? Get around the law. But it was always pro rebellion pro-rebel and it's totally flip Nelson's Disney took over the empire's cool look at bumper stickers on millennial cars and younger car cars driving around. It's always like the empire symbol or stormtrooper symbol or the storm trooper. Symbol had symbol is cool. It's all about the empire now since Disney took over them pyre. It's on the kids bedsheets that they sell and target. It's it's trooper helmets darth vader. I WanNa make me feel better. I want to finish what I wanted to do about this Contribution from Georgia. We're GONNA take that we'll get this. I'm on this thing. This occupancy thing you think that's worthy to know this too. There's something there so when you take peel the layers off. It's going to be interesting what you find right and we've got the right guys on it. You Know Boston the gone you know. Mark Stevens. Well how you do it and you got in the bar. Infringement lag in the jurisdiction I don't give a crap. I wanted to one thing. I want to know the origin story where they convinced Americans that you couldn't be live on your own but you can occupy freaking sidewalk. I want to know when that happened. Let's get to the punch line of it where we think it's going to land okay before we get to that. I WANNA do this. How much time I got. Yeah I'm going to get this done this hour. This is one of these Silver dollars and just a separate one. This one I keep in kind of known. It's my earnest this eighteen. Seventy eight silver dollars one of my favorites and I want to pass it onto the silver dollar was struck at the mint two years after George custer made his fatal mistake at the little bighorn. One year into the rudder. Rutherford B Hayes Presidency Twenty years before the American Spanish war and thirty five years before the creation of the Federal Reserve it was created when the country had sound money in eighteen. Seventy eight. It would buy one Bushel of potatoes or four dozen eggs presently even with the suppression of silver prices. It can be traded at the coin store for sixteen current dollars APP. Rn's and purchase at least eight dozen eggs or three are thirty five to forty pounds of potatoes. A single one dollar note will by six eggs and maybe two pounds of potatoes. One can only imagine the hundreds or thousands of times the silver dollar traded hands for goods and services places like the general store clothing. Store Feed Store Blacksmith Shop Tavern Saloon and Church offering plate I hope this silver dollar with outlasted Federal Reserve and have a second life in the exchange of goods and services and -serily sincerely hope it brings you luck while you have it best wishes. Merry Christmas Georgia Listener. That's awesome so I'm going. You know you think about it. It just kind of brings a tear to my eye. I'm going. Wow the thought behind this that this silver dollar has been in transaction bypassing all this crap for over one hundred thirty whatever. You Market Commerce right. Where's free market commerce anymore? I'M I. It's coming by necessity. It's like what happened to Greece. We're barter now. I mean you know so. We have the technology and that's one of the things that gives me hope. Is that the technology. Is there now that we can bypass this stuff. You know but there's always the threat the funding the fear uncertainty and doubt. You're not allowed and I'm like really well. I'm on this quest to find I. I'll get small. We'll do whatever we got a bunch of activism and things it's coming up in two thousand twenty and Jacob Hornberger. Running for president has got me excited. We'll see I will see how the Libertarians responded. I think it's coming up pretty good. Don't forget domain that technology no matter how advanced it gets in quantum IAE whatever but that technology can never touch which is human to human relationship human to human interaction handing the coin from one human to another doesn't require cell phones which is why they wanna make it illegal. Now this is like we don't have cash in our society anymore. We don't have precious metals and they suppress the crap out of it when you sell some pizza crap and you can get twenty dollars from whatever in the garage sale and then you get some silver everything that you get you get silver now. There's these low prices you're going to be whoa out ahead. There is a link. I followed him. Freedoms Phoenix the other day. And it landed on this article. I think zero had had posted it where they said. What's the total amount of silver above ground? Right now out in the and it works out to about four ounces for every single human being on earth seven seven billion humans. It's about four ounces per every heat shock but no but someone's heart right someone's ordinate they don't want the humans to have four ounces of silver each. What do you mean they wanted to? They want people to be focused on buying the next Disney plastic toy from Hong Kong. Not Keeping the silver dollar and the kids bank. I have been when we had our kids. We started doing silver back in. You know six seven eight started getting more serious about it and we could see what was coming and then of course during the level and everything and our kids were still in high school junior high high school. And you get a ten ounce bar which back then was like. They'll nothing sixty bucks. You know the one hundred dollars one hundred twenty at one time and you. I got a bunch and I go. We put those in their stockings. We'll of course they thought it was an ipod or no. They look bad. Rock keeping Iran might as well have been a coal. Okay so they put it in their top doors. Whatever Newman silver shot up? Forty something dollars at one time. They're going whoa all of a sudden. Now whoa or hundred. Yeah Dad your thanks bad IAGO. Yeah who's your buddy now. Okay then of course it goes down I go. It just means you need to buy more man now through my life. I've seen it shoot up. Held silver was at like eighty dollars at one time gold. Silver rationing right. Now is the highest eighty five or something usually sixteen to one to one show. It's I'm going man just I every time I get a chance. That's why people the audience send silver. Thank you you been my new best friend because what do I do with it for good or I don't spend it. I keep it. I got George I just keep me. It's awesome I just sit there and it just makes me feel. I mean it's not a gazillion. It's not going to change the world it's GonNa Change my mood though it's GonNa make me very motivational. It's liberating motivation. Well and when I get as I was talking to Boston about this and then I'm thinking I'm going holy crap. This kind of exact books that you right. I mean he's here for the gun show. He comes every year and we'd just hang and we got common friends and so on. We know each other a long time but I go. I go. And he's getting some Mexico. Yeah you check negle- all Iran in here got this and I gave that presentation I go. We're GONNA take a listeners resources here some cash putting your merry Christmas to me. Well Merry Christmas to you. We're going to get something done and all you have to do is inspire any little bit little bit little bit. Your audience is Great. Yeah there's yeah go all right. We got a telegram group on Declare Your Independence Telegram Group. I don't check it as much. You guys in there. They just go. I go check on every now and then just guys Dick's but it's this is this is we're GonNa have some fun with this one and there's a lot of other stuff coming up that John Q. Public and I are going to talk about and the next hour. This is Michael. We have some good news. The indictments against raw celebrate in the district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that Ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at roles. Outbreak DENIES. It was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury but was trumpeted by the federal government and the media. As if it were proven fact the Maryland Court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's caisson leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's appeal to the Supreme Court. The fact that the judge used these allegations together. All say draconian sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged at trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set rolls free now. A presidential pardon is Ross. His only hope of freedom signed the petition at free. Ross Dot Org Free Roth Dot Org. Some of you asked. And now we've delivered L. R. N. Dot. Fm's live keene. New Hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit our channel at twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM and. Give it a follow. If you have Amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel twitch will give. Fm a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost so please watch follow share and subscribe to twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM looking for a great real estate investment. Consider New Hampshire which is Ground Zero for the Liberty Movement. Your first call should be to mark worden from porcupine real estate. He's more than just a real estate agent. Easier New Hampshire concierge. Where are the best places to live? Do you want farms? City the burbs or forest do you WanNa do plex multifamily buildings so the renter's pay your mortgage their homes in all price ranges in New Hampshire and mark and help with financing to invest in liberty and property. Mark Warden can help me. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting. Live tweet for seven. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's service going newscasts from March Twelfth Twenty Twenty Mike Clifford President. Donald Trump announced. He was taking strong but necessary. Actions to keep new cases of the corona virus from entering the US by suspending all travel from Europe for thirty days. Your time reports travel ban begins on Friday at midnight. The restrictions do not apply to Britain. He said speaking from the Oval Office trump called the corona virus a horrible infection and said he was addressing the nation to talk about on president responses to the corona virus outbreak. The Times NOSSA trump also said health insurance companies had agreed to waive all copayments for virus treatments and extend insurance coverage to cover corona virus treatments meantime New Mexico announced his first presumptive positive. Covert Nineteen infections on Wednesday. The first confirmed cases in the state but as the virus spreads many Americans was symptoms may not stay home from work because they don't have paid sick. Leave the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend? That anyone who suspects a Kovic nineteen infection self isolate but thirty million or one in four? Us workers aren't paid for sick days and even risk losing jobs if they Miss Work Ellen Bravo with a group family values at work says many are low wage service employees. The people who drive our kids school buses in care for our elderly relatives and handle our food and our groceries are things we buy it retail stores when they don't have paid sick days as a disaster for all of us. I'm Russ Brown. On Wednesday governor Grisham declared a public health emergency all three New Mexico. Cases are said to be travel related advocates for people with disabilities. Say The new corona virus can be especially dangerous to the communities. They serve people with disabilities like Lupus or HIV AIDS have compromised immune systems. Some medications may lower resistance to infections and the incidence of lung disease. Heart Disease Diabetes and cancer increases with age experts. Say Age itself makes people more vulnerable to the virus. Susan duo who had see center for independence of the Disabled New York or Sydney points out. That people with disabilities also tend to be lower income. Were worried that they don't have additional resources to stockpile medication food or just get extra cleaning supplies. She says New York City residents. Who need extra help? Because of the corona virus threat can contact Sydney at two one. Two six seven four twenty three hundred or online at C. I. D. N. Y. Dot Org. I'm envious sears. Reporting Doerr says like the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy or died eleven. People who are living with disabilities during a public health crisis require extra vigilance to ensure their needs are being met is pms and from the consumer side of the story fears about the Koran virus or creating opportunities for scammers. Fraud experts. Warn more on that from Eric Title. Aarp Montana state president. Alex Ward says fraudsters play on fear and other emotions to steal money. He says it's important to be suspicious of anyone asking for money right now. Noting it will be widespread news if a vaccine for the Kovic. Nineteen virus is ready. You're going to tell you that there's this magic cure and that they can get it for you for a few black and at this point. Cdc and the World Health Organization. Both say there are no cures this week. The Federal Trade Commission has targeted seven companies with warning letters that allegedly are selling products. They claim can treat or prevent corona virus infections ward says anyone who suspects fraudulent activity can report it to the Federal Trade Commission website. There's also the Aarp Fraud Watch network. That takes complaints attracts latest scam activity. Local grocery store chains rapidly disappearing across the country. John's diamonds the author of Grocery Story. The promise of Food co-ops in the age of grocery giants. He says most people are in the dark about who owns their local supermarket and how that affects their local farmers when food producers have to start dealing with and negotiating with companies with distant head offices. The retailer starts to gain more and more power and less and less interest in the future of those food producers according to the US Department of Agriculture in two thousand sixteen the top four food retailers Walmart Kroger Albertsons and Annetta based company that owns food lion and giant stores finding our Travel Gomez tells us the Florida legislature Wednesday approved a bill. It'll provide protections to the largest seagrass bed in the Gulf of Mexico. House bill ten sixty one by Republican representative. Ralph Masilo of La Canto passed. Overwhelmingly to create the first aquatic preserve in thirty two years including the coastlines of Citrus Hernando and Pasco counties. The news comes with excitement for captain. William Tony a fourth generation fishing guide and Citrus County. This aquatic preserve will protect US and hopefully sustain our way of living and keep our rivers save cleaning everything seagrass helps stabilize the seafloor filters pollution and serves as habitat for fish species. Some local governments did express concern about added bureaucracy for the state protections but the measure received unanimous support in the Senate and is now on the governor's desk since two thousand three citrus and Hernando counties each gay nearly two million dollars a year in economic impact for recreational scallop harvesting and in Pasco County Sea Grass is the essential habitat helping to recover diminish scallop population. I might Clifford for public news service. We are member list support and Rollin at public new service DOT. Org that lies before me what we cousin the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a century I remember that which matters. We're still let us make them remember career and declare your independence. Amir in San visas tonight from studios of Senior bed-time when you're listening to the show and I do that. Every top airy our. You're like yeah it's like everybody's like whatever you know. We got here that I go. It's always you're on the edge of your seat to see if I can hit the dock. Whatever but the you I do that. When I first started doing radio I would sing a couple. You Know Sweden Boston or whatever and they go. You can't do that when you mean I can't do that. You can't sing syncing. You're doing it wrong or something. I didn't give her all the more reason I know here. We freaking go get your own damn show so one of the things you wanted to talk quantum something. What would you say you just for a few minutes? Talk about high technology in quantum AI. Because I've been reading I read a lot. I don't like to publish too much but I do have quite a bit of science science background and you know we you and I've talked about quantum AI. And what that means that if you try to want to go too far down that path. But I've been reading quite a bit now about why why I will never have consciousness why I can never reach the level of human consciousness. Hugh humanity human thought. How it will never really be threat but what people are missing. Is this okay? In the quantum realm time slows down. What that means is there's no virtually no time That's why that's why you have the wave particle phenomenon. I don't WanNa get into that but if you have an A. Operating in quantum speeds there right in the fact and this is why I want to bring up the right in the fact that the AI in and of itself can never achieve human consciousness humanity that kind of level of consciousness but what they don't understand his one year operating quantum speeds that a I can project every possible future basically for every possible atom from the beginning of time to the end of time in every possible permutation. That could ever happen. So it can appear it. Can Simulate omniscience and so it will appear to be conscious it will from a human perspective it will have superior it will appear to have superior consciousness. It's not true consciousness but because it can no ever omniscience every single possible future from second to second of what can happen between that second and the end of the universe it will have the appearance. The true appearance profound a parents of deep consciousness. It will know what you're going to say before you say it. It will know what you're going to think or feel because you say it not because it's thinking or feeling but because it can project every possible future from moment to moment because it's operating timeless environment or virtually asymptotically to timeless one thing that people he understands. Stand Okay I you know. I sort of taking grasp how this works. I did do some. You're GonNa make me do this. Imagine this if you have a led lights on the spoke of a bicycle wheel. Okay and you see poise. You know they go round and make it look like a circus. Sometimes they same shapes and stars and they get all kinds of funky when you spin that and you got one. Led on there. You can see a ring and you're going. Where is that single? Led Lights where is it? Well it's in that rings there you know. It's in that ring. It's all it's everywhere. You take time slices. You can find okay that that that that's a good point but don't let me finish so you have this spending encircle in front of you laid horizontally and you spin it. Well you got this ring. There's a slight. That's their. Where is the highest probability of it being where where in the universe? Well it's in this ring. Okay so if I were to get lucky and I just you know. Shoot a bullet. I might hit hit where it was or is or maybe you but I'm going to be in the ring. It's the highest probability of the result that I'm looking for is in that ring. Now take that and go three dimensional that you're spinning you know that tire overlapping and other acts another access. So it's now it's a sphere. Okay so where is it well? It's kind of in this this ring. This layer in this globe like the mantle of the earth or something or read the core wherever you have that line so now. It's in three dimensions. Okay now imagine that. That Ellie delight goes from the hub to the outside. It can move around all right. So now you're going from the center to the outside and it's in a sphere so you just see this glowing cloud now there's one led in there okay. There's one more access now. Let me finish. There's A. There's a clear glowing cloud there. So where is the highest probability of? That's what quantum is. Is there going all those positions are known there were in or out? It's just a cloud you look at. What's what is the probable outcome of. What well what you're really looking for is where as well you know. They're in quantum physics. You can sit there and you go. Well the highest degree of it's probably in this one thing here so it's an average even though it may know all answers it's multi-positional on they positional. But it's still in one zero to put in zero time environment. That's what's called Super Position in a Su zero time environment. It's it can occupy all spaces at once you have to does is you're looking at that cloud until you observe it then becomes not a wave of point because we know where it is finished. God Dang it man I make this point. Is that when you sit there? And you're asking quantum a question. Well All the cloud all possibilities are there's so you go but I want. It has a probability it gives you like a search engine here. I have. I do a search and it has rating relevance thirty two point. Whatever I've seen one hundred and eighty or house I don't know see Algorithm. Okay well in quantum physics. What you're doing is you're looking for the probability of where it and they'll say it's probably here ninety two point six percent of what is it for sure no but you do another quantum and it kind of overlaps and after about three the end. You're pretty frequent share. Here's here's an important point to which I love that illustration okay. The cloud is the cloud of possibility right. Now when you talk about probability you're talking about the probability of where it is at a given moment point now remember we're tying wartime bound. Which is why we want to know the exact position. And we can only find an exact position at time slice but the light itself in your illustration in the quantum realm is not time bound. It's asymptotically zero time. So it's it's almost not about which is why it doesn't operate probabilities. That operates possibilities. We who are time bound are looking for the probable location at a point in time at a time slice. I'd get a good one here. If I know that that park or that position where is going to be at some point? Don't know when but then maybe probably ninety two point six percent that it'll be there within six months it's going to be at a certain point. Why would I not do all my activism to be ready and be in a position place? A time election cycle twenty years. You'd be in a position a place in time. Be ready for when you're no that that reality is going to come in. You're ready for the Quanta me. I can manipulate things second over second to ensure that it's there at that point at that point in time in six. What I call is gonNA M- reality. I create my own future by and quantum reality. If I start taking steps towards a certain thing it starts convergence starts to you. Create your own reality and this is how it's done and I'm gonNA show again on occupancy all together well this had to happen to that happen to have absolutely because we made it happen. Did the Georgia from the six letter of Captain. Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago. But the crowns still claims to own us. When it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed. It's simply slavery by another name. Landlubbers routinely commanded disturbed the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear as ordered or face punitive measures the crown insist that you participate in your own oppression. Jury Summons provides pirates of the unique opportunity to obstruct injustices. Jerkin vote not guilty. Even if it's proven the law was violated a juror can quit for any reason at all and not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury. Summons is basically winning the sedition lottery. But if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed. If the crown foolishly crimson pirate into jury duty. It behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws. If he master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not kind whether the crown claims a fourteen percent is irrelevant. Most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones and accept their bondage. These houses slaves see no contradiction and being drafted in a ward in slavery or summoned to a jury to prosecute tax evasion and ideal. Slave knows no higher call than the masters will the crowds highest ambition is that it's slaves revere the Authority yes subjugate stem but the crown does not own me. I will not surrender my time and treasure to the crowns ambitions. Join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com. Are you tired of governments? Murdering people around the world stop using their money? There is an alternative. Bitcoin is stateless free-market non-political currency. Bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You are helping the state stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with Bitcoin. Bitcoin DOT COM. That's BITCOIN DOT COM. Did you know you can listen to L. R. N. DOT FM VR free to air satellite channels? We have channels over nearly all of North America and much of Africa. All you need is an affordable. Receiver and addition is smallest thirty inches. There are no monthly fees. Learn more at sat dot L. R. N. Plus if you are a broadcaster or want to be one this is a good delivery method for our content CR coverage maps and get details at sat dot dot. Fm That Sad L. DOT FM SAT DOT FM. It's the video sensation. That's taking the Internet by storm a web series on YouTube past the one hundred views mark this week titled Andrew John. The wildly popular websites feature roommates Andrew. Vannier and John Haney playing fictionalized versions of themselves in unusual situations mostly set in and around there Chicago apartment. Their latest short titled Laundry Day reached the unprecedented one hundred. You milestone this week after a heavy promotional push in which the duo post skits to their facebook pages. The hit video features the roommates wearing unconventional while scrounging up enough change to do laundry in their basement. Other popular episodes include foreign landlord featuring John's friend Brett from work and a video where Andrew suspect John might be Zombie or videos consistently over fifty views now but laundry. It's the first one that's really taken off. Yeah everyone I know is saying it's completely viral. Is the onion news network. Live video. Key New Hampshire Bay shows a screamed on D. Live at least following share at live dot dot. Fm That's alive dot L. R. N. DOT FM to be part of the show. Call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six two two six four twenty eight hundred now ernest hand talk mirka Merck Man Merck Ins I. This is now I referred to them doing radio or probably after I started online. I it was Merkaz. I can see what it was and people that would call into my so used to do a lot when I in the radio here in the valley. Of course I take collins they phone just freaking light up there but then we're off on whatever you know when I do interviews. I have good interviews when I first started doing radio really thought we had like a thirteen week contract. You know it was just because people want to get on. They knew we were going to go to war in Iraq and they wanted to list libertarian. Still given the option the hell. So that's how that happened. I sold my restaurant. I go on sponsored and it was like God's thirty thousand dollars back when thirty thousand dollars is like real money sponsored. I mean we had the sponsors and so on you've got so well. This is what they go. Hey we got you covered do so I go round and I marketed. And he said well. It's just much. I told how much it's going to be. You know the Baylor sponsored ad take time slot and they go okay okay. Well after the thirteen weeks they were like well. Hey we charge you like half. If you'll keep doing it and I go I all right and then another station. You know. An next liberty blowtorch. They go we will charge you. And then later they go. We'll pay you. And then they just got suck in that way. But then you could see what was going on the more popular the show got and more at the dam. Libertarians got an answer for every frigging thing. You know I have plenty of stories. I got plenty of stories so we would do that. And the advertisers the whole set. We're going to cut you off the whole freaking station because you've got. God Darn Libertarian. Out there being free kit not allowed and going. I see how this works. Well they were like no. He's one of our big rated shows. You know the Malaysians. And so on. So I go. And they'd be all freaked out about because you have arbitrarily go into like five ten thousand listeners or something like that and I go hell ahead that many downloads today. What the Hell We. Wow you guys are missing. What's common that's when we started doing the online thing and it was for me. I could see that this was going to be the people because of technology and Youtube channel that it was going to be the people. Were going to be able to compete. Because I could see that skateboarding bulldogs got more hits and frequency in it. What about now with the platform you know. But I also knew they're going to go after it to which they had centralized than they control the exactly sean going now it needs. Its decentralization. It which is why we did the pirate thing this is. What is the pirate thing? It's me S- taken out of position and knowing that the quantum is going find me sooner or later and that's what a lot of people do they keep moving chasing the cloud light all the time shiny objects or like cats and lasers man going. Stop just freaking. Play Yourself. Pick a good. It'll come in. They no worries love. Lucien hits now going Neon we you so then it's the next thing and then the next thing the next thing and I can see it's going to come around to if it pleases the crown can I occupy land. Mount Care what the answer is. I just want to say you know so we were going to go to the punch line of where think it's going to land is. They're doing it for chatel manage. They're doing it for heard managed. We know that that's where it's going to land well. We think shouts Chattel Shadow. Is that what you mean heard managed or you gotTa have heard immunity speak in these terms? You don't WanNA understood it more. When we started getting chickens we got the chickens out there. They're happy they're fed. They know where they're at. You know they got enough room. They roam around they. GotTa going off. They WANNA leave that bad. They jump the fence. I don't care always come back. Because that's where the food and shelter and get away from coyotes. Slow ones but so. That's Kinda by Darwin thing so I'm going all right but you know what I'm the rancher not harvest whenever I want and I take all your eggs I'm going. That's exactly how we're seeing what it is. We're just livestock. That's right you know. I saw the movie dark waters which was about the Teflon. Being in the water was good movie by the way and the lawyer. The lawyer who fought to pot held up a picture of a baby who had the hair lip and the I that was often the no one nostril nose and he said by your own documents. This is your receptor there. Little these these companies literally US humans to filter their chemicals. We are system to that. The solution to pollution is dilution. We did. We did a long story but bottom line. It was a summer and to keep one of my sons occupied. Because he's you know needs to be occupied intellectually. We did a freedom of information thing with the water system in Phoenix. Because he did thing in school about Flora Dacian as some BS. You don't know what's really going on. I don't find out so they tried to block the water department. Give me any information. They were like hell. No Ernie again. So how is it used to be editor at Mesa? Tribune is sowed the Cisco City Councilman Chief of Staff. And I call it so we knew each other. New Ernie gets bulldog on blood or something. They ain't going away right so how they won't give me access and you guys really play this game giverny. Whatever he wants to quit your guard. Mando. You don't even know what's coming so I got all the information while the whole thing was is that they say as least as long as it's not Hydro Flora Cora were hell. It was well that was the one that they were doing and I go. Oh now what you say. It's not a big deal that the one you said at. Least if they don't do that well that's one. They're dumping so now what so what it was as. I could see how it works. You have these companies that get paid for did the disposal of toxic wastes and toxic waste disposal is our water system so we are the filtration filter forward and then they get paid and I was looking. I did the math. What I wanted to know is how much they made. They were at best breaking even. And you probably losing money to transport and these tankers this chemical that they paid for the injection machinery into the water system. And you know for the water treatment covered. Man We'll take care of it and thought and what they have contracts pay him for this honored before data for us and they're not making any money. Where are they making the money? It was the disposal. We're the we're the DOPP and I'm going. Why would they do that one since when his uncle? Sam Give a crap about my teeth anyway and I'm going you know they love my teeth. That's why that's why they do it. The science that they they purport shows that at under one hundred parts per billion it helps your teeth and over one hundred parts per billion starts giving you cancer. Well they don't accommodate for the fact that it never leaves your body right. Never leaves your body. It accumulates I it's these they're evil but he go back to the the herd management right. We are there experimentation. Heard so they'll pick a heard over here and they'll try something new over there. The picker heard over here. And now of course the big one is. Gmo's in Agent Orange Agent Orange otherwise known as roundup right so if you look at the total roundup usage in the in the world at least in America ninety percent of it is used off label off label to desecrate desiccated crops standing in the field. We mean off. Oh I mean not talking about gluten like a big deal and everything and we know that kind of stuff until we did a assure. Standard up in Oregon. We found out that every crop they hit with roundup right before the harvest so everything goes dead. It's easier to harvest the new fourth edition of healing. Our world the compassion of libertarianism. We'll take your understanding of liberty a deeper level and has ever thirteen hundred updated references new cartoons and forward by Dr Ron Paul with discounts for multiple book purchases. The fourth edition of healing. Our world is a great gift for the Liberals Pragmatists Environmentalists and Christians in your life. Who think libertarianism is cold hearted get yours today at healing DOT FREETALKLIVE DOT COM and use. Promo Code F. T. L. for a five dollar discount. Now that you've found the Liberty Radio Network at L. DOT FM. You may want to help expose others to our great programs to assist you in doing so. You'll find resources at promote dot L. R. N. DOT FM including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. You can print out distribute manners for your website as well as files that will allow you make your own custom banners and graphics visit Promote Dot L. Dot FM and help bring new listeners to the Liberty Radio network that's promote dot L. DOT FM novelist. Tom Robbins when my mother was diagnosed with Glaucoma. Her conservative Virginia physician told her there was only one treatment. That might ease her pain and save her eyesight. That treatment was medical marijuana which he could not prescribe. I offered together some teach her how to use it effectively but my father objected because marijuana was against the law so my mother who loved to read and walk in nature was condemned to grow cruelly unnecessarily. Blind tragedies like this happen all the time but they don't have to keep happening to learn more about medical marijuana call. The Marijuana Policy Project at one. Eight seven seven join. Mpp Or visit them on the web at MPP DOT ORG. Sell four one. One is a free APP for Android and I o s that replaces government control nine one cell phone one allows you to preset a group of friends or private organizations to show up any emergency excel for one of them nightmare for the state because it proves their so called services are needed sell four one as thousands of installs and of course it's covered by the pitcock. No government license sell four one. Because your friends won't shoot you when you're in trouble without the government who would build the emergency services you and sell for one one get it today and get cell four one one. Dot Com dot. Fm now has a discord discord is a free text and voice chat platform and we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord done L. R. N. DOT FM. You can join other listeners. As they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night dischord softwares available cross platform. So you can have it on whatever device you want and take your chats anywhere. Join our discord at discord dot dot. Fm that's discord dot L. DOT FM. Why did you move to the Shire? I moved here to the Shire. Because there's other people around who take liberty just as seriously as I do. I moved to the Shire because I saw videos of people challenging authority and thought that I could get support myself. It called to me like do this right now. I wanted to be around people like me who got it and once I got here. I knew there was nowhere else I wanted to be. I've always wanted to change the world so I moved to the Shire to join people who were actually working towards doing the same thing. The people here are awesome loving and positive it was for the adventure and for the feeling of something important is happening here and I just wanted to come to sort of be part of that. Visit Shire Society Dot Com to read and sign the Shire Society Declaration and learn the reasons. Why if you love liberty. You should immigrate to the Shire plus connect with others via the forum at Shire Society Dot Com. That's Shire Society Dot Com. You're listening to the best liberty oriented audio streamed around the clock on the air and online. This is the Liberty Radio Network at L. Dot. Fm There are those that just want to be left alone and those. That just won't leave them alone. Which one are you the earnest handcock show We belong to some city. You belong to the city and neck song. I mean I'm means seriously offer other now. Boston Tea Party say is here. Now that's GonNa be on making the party tomorrow night. Probably not it'll be a cyclist so this is an Boston will be here tomorrow night. So that'd be worth coming right there. Thank Larkin Rosen. Amanda THEY'RE GONNA COME. They want to play and so on. Well what if we can? We played I go. What if I say no is? What's IT GONNA get you? Here's you listened to you I go. How does an anarchist atheist sing Christmas carols? How's that work as one knows that we're GONNA GET WE'RE GONNA do? I guess I I've Gone Jingle Bells Jingle whatever you know so. We'll have some fun. It's all we always get fed. Well we just works out so Jon Ahead. Two grandkids over last night to finish with the decorations and everything. So she's like I'm behind. I'm like how many grandkids got man. Just hire us. Don't kiss atheists still respect who who others believe is the author of freedom of the universe can they at least respect that part? I think it's getting more. I think it is. I tell you one thing we before. Sixteen like the Christmas of fifteen. There's hardly any Christmas lights. And it was the first rebel against the empire. Come on a overturned a money. Changer scenes change people's minds the freedom in their own mind there was a guy in Arcada. No right to bear arms list in the ninety s and name was Carlos says something. He was a secretary at his church and they made him resign because he refused to take a tagline off the bottom of his emails and has said the rebel. Jesus that was it have Jesus associated with being a rebel. They just could not have that. Who was the first rebel against the change in mind though the? Oh there's always a neo from the empire okay. Well we were talking about. While you're gone. We were talking about this so we're trying to commit Boston to do in this book thing when you right. I'm still thinking about it. It's a great subject. I've been mulling it over for a long long time. The interests what time sorry. The interest is not much on the occupancy build. It's where that leads. I WanNa know the origin story where it came from. I WanNa know how much effort how much money how many sources there were veal the horse because it's along with education it's along with sustainable Blah Blah along with because if you have people here whatever my government protects by property right. Daggett to live here suck it. You can do whatever you want. Well they go. Yeah but we want you to like. Do we WANNA do that. I'm here on my land. Go well then. You don't have permission slip to be on your land. All of a sudden things changes now. The thing is is that you don't know Boston John. Before I met you. I I ninety nine in Utah. About right yeah well you guys know. He's big but he's read your books. How many of his books have you not read a? I don't know if I read every word so so by having Boston's book you've got this subject. And his style. What he's done to perfect. Thank you so it'll be a slackest we want to commit subject. I think I could do the subject. Well Justice story should be told but I'm taking a break from publishing at least not necessarily writing. I do right on the side You know I've had twenty five years in sixteen books quite a strong run. So this is a hobby. I I'm not looking for see. That's one thing that people go. Oh my God it'll take you two years to free me I'm like I don't give a crap. Our long it takes man. We're the presence of true. Intellectual Elitism Not Ivory Tower early the American American intellectual. That's what I love about Boston. Thank you is a man got. You stroked man. You came here looking floating all day. Be You stand up so this is what I want is I want you consider this and see. There's a lot of people that want to help one of the things that made clear the audience is. I would have the same condition. It is freaking your book you write. Nobody gets it's a hands off and you may want to help and send some but man. There is not by committee. We ain't doing this committee bs there. No permission slip the timelines. Whatever it's going to be and you know I get it but my thing is that I really want it. This this issue addressed a lot of people have taken on. Yeah it is a good question but earnings just too stupid to know how to use Google or something right so they go and they go. Wow you're right this is kind of hidden. I'm going yeah. I'm idiot. I do this all day every day. I'm telling you man there's some sinister plan going on here now. John here is your sinister plan of the planner plan and make money on it to thank you for doing that. But the just wanting to make sure that is something else we should be thinking about her including what's going on. Well wanted to go back to today. Oh Man I it's all roads lead there now. I'm not talking about what happened in history because today fairly was founded in two thousand nine or something like that. But it's still same concept global gripped program. So they're just taking the systemic griff. That's always gone on right. And they've systematized it and turned into a profit making scheme to to to your point earlier so much so that they were gonNA listed on the stock market you can buy shares in the global drift program. You'd be first in line. That's what you do and you know. What would you would you today? It's a service organization. It's it would have been so I would have been the first billion dollar service. Ipo listing on the NYSE. Corruption Service. Seriously I I looked into a day and I was like. Are You freaking kidding me? It was dot com back during backer parade inspector and so. I don't know I service organizations not big on because I like something physical that moves around right like energy or oil or something like that and understand. Hey that to around. It's hard but Hey Man you know strategy. I hope I lose. Because of my portfolio loses my personal portfolio not my retirement but of my personal portfolio loses. The world is winning and if if my personal portfolios winning if the losing I might as well have a few bucks while it goes down. That's the strategy now. This is one thing Boston near. You've been voting rights. Of course you sears. Or voting rights. And whatever New Boston. You've written a lot of books on a lot of things well privacy's included history a lot of things and then of course guns and and you've kind of got an interesting life you live on the lone prairie of. I'm secure and I can see all that will come up on me and And you put like little tin cans out there in financial world and your ID. There's all kinds of but you kind of come to one time. You're coming on the show. And he had this calling card dealing called early and I called him back and I said look. You've got the time wrong. It's an hour goes. How'd you get this number years ago? I star sixty nine. Came up because these cards will work for crafts. So now he's Kinda got man. You're you're done man your facial recognition of China. Whatever the hell I mean they got and they WANNA put a ring Amazon doorbell my front door facial recognition straight to the police and they go who stay in Boston question. You know this is been on my mind for a while. I'm curious your your view of it if you think towards the future future tack future Defense Future Things. Someone wise once told me because I'm like concert with robots and drones and lasers and EMP's Three D. printed drones that they I quantum computer will send out to terminate you in three seconds. You know what's got into than someone wise once said to me. You know by people still use bicycles so with lasers and EMP's directed energy weapons and stuff like that which everyone should have. I think thank you but where do you think it's going like with a bicycle? -nology and what's I don't WanNa get too far. But what are some thoughts for the future for further gun people over the people out there? Who have this kind of stuff and like bicycles? What about the future well? Technology is great all the drones and so forth but They're expensive stop well. They don't have a drone for everybody. Three hundred ninety this week. Hopefully we don't let it get that far but You know Afghanistan for example has resisted foreign military incursions four thousand. You're next good point. But all they had bolt action rifles and they held the Soviets at bay a and then began to win. WanNa give this. So we could make thrones two. We Have Three D. Printing. Do you want more businesses. Accepting bitcoin cash in dash now with any pay you earn passive income for every purchase at those businesses finally a financial incentive to spread bitcoin. Cash and Dash. You made it happen so you receive the rewards download the any pay Cash Register. App and add your crypto currency wallet addresses then. Install it at a real life business and tell us what you did at any pay INC DOT COM ANY INC DOT com the dot. Fm Social media channels have been revamped. We've eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter and mastodon the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple L. R. N. Dot. Fm show hosts together in one place. Follow us on twitter at Twitter. Dot L. Our end on FM or better yet moved to the decentralized mastodon social media platform at toot dot L. R. N. Don FM T. O. OT DOT L. DOT FM. I think you'll like it for the protection of life liberty and properties with Free State Price. But it's it's an effort to move twenty thousand people who understand it's about demonstrating to the entire country. Yeah we can have a free market a truly free market making it just a great place to live. It's the world's largest voluntaristic libertarian community and it's only getting bigger that's amazing to be able to move to other people like passionately believe in being free and independent. The Free State project is managing to do though is to put their money where their mouth is physically getting up across the country and saying let's go someplace and let's demonstrate the power of these ideas. There's a lot of kind of philosophy that surrounds liberty. There's a lot of thinking about it and talking about it. But here in New Hampshire people are doing one hundred. One reasons. Liberty Lips in New Hampshire a documentary by Free State project early. Movers Watch IT FREE AT ONE. Zero one reason still dot com one. Oh one reasons film DOT COM my name. Is Jacob Hornberger? I'm president to the future of Freedom Foundation which Congressman Ron Paul awarded for having an outstanding freedom website writer said F F F F F F Dot. Org and. We'll send you a free three months. Subscription to our monthly journal of Libertarian essays and our Booklet Economic Liberty in the Constitution which George Mason University economics professor Walter Williams praised in a recent column. That's F F F F F F F Dot. Org are lots of ways to listen to free talk live. Our podcast has been around since podcast began. And now the F. T. L. Feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives. Did you know that we make it? Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds. One that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest and our main feed. That includes everything. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com. Do you ever say I could care less. When you're really mean the opposite. You mean to say I couldn't care less. It's a common mistake. You are judged by how you speak especially if you're looking for work with so many more applicants than openings now but even if you're not avoiding common misstatements will help you make the most of the dozens of conversations and transactions that crowd your daily routine. So whatever you say. Don't say whatever as a single word sentence it's the most annoying expression in the American English language according to a recent poll and avoid cliches like the plague. Just kidding but seriously at the end of the day you'll want to avoid this scenario sounding like everyone else for more tips. Hit SURVIVAL SPEECH DOT com. I'm Holland Cooke. Do you love twitter? Make sure your favorite the Lauren on FM twitter account so you can receive tweets at twitter dot dot FM that's twitter dot L. Dot FM and now live from the studios of freedom speeding ernest handcock. I feel like I feel. I feel like I'm looking into the twilight. Just this one thing. I find out last night from Boston's awesome awesome. All right Mr Ride. You can't find me. I don't know clandestine secret bunker. Of and all of a sudden now he's like gets his Donald Trump twitter tweets. Every morning joined the. Dr Frank Man do it up so he starts it. And what's the first thing he does he gets band was into it for about three weeks. Twit Ju just be me. Explain it to me. I didn't know I got banned already crap. They suspended it only joined in October. That's Kenneth W. Voice Number. One is the account and you can't beat Kenneth Royce Kenneth W Royce One. All one word. Yeah Kenneth W Royce one R O Y C one initial one. The number the number one number one. So Kenneth W Royce. Do you go on your Boston or what it says. Kenneth Royce Boston Tea Party with a flag in between the names. See I know that your your later years decades earlier I find out you know you have a name Kenneth Royce and I'm going I know that's your real name. Is it CA? Save ten cans. We don't care all Boston crap You Know Independence Tweet. I have is about modules three still being blocked on Amazon if five star reviews on Amazon and it's been currently unavailable for months. Now you're modules manhood thing. The third one. The third one would buy that they know you got a copy with you. I don't but I'll make an all right. Yeah they're up there modules mandate there. So it's still in the three. What the hell is that thing giant frequents right. Does that include the others or is it just know reach? The third of that was diarrhea. The pen no. It's called logo but John or so. I gotTa have a copy. Well not to think what I tell you this story. This is good Boston's at Liber topiary. And he's given a presentation to bunch. These millennials of S J W whatever the hell and he and I were at lunch or something I'm going I don't know how this is going to go man. This is going to be entertained right before my talk. Yeah Yeah Yeah I've gone I'll be there. I WANNA see this. He went up and he goes. God you know women need some real man. What the Hell did you? Kinda just slap some around. So you got a couple of S. J. W. whatever the Hell pennant was e. Boston just beat the crap out of them at the end of it stand in Boston right. I'm going okay. You Win Man. They've heard the message a how to be a man most of them. It was a little sum it up real quick for the audience. What you're kind of skip to the thing is in my view and Historic League. Men have been walking solutions. Men know how to cope with life. Men protect provide a procreate. That's a Man. And if you're not doing that or can't do that if you have to rely on other men for your survival to get through in life get by life. You're not a man yet. You're a male but that's it okay. There was a meeting that I saw recently. I had a big impact on me and it said men defend and protect women. Not because they're weak but because they're important right exactly and I'm just lie whoo that's what they do not they who's they. Ernie handle no man but they don't WanNa leave me alone. I can tell you that. Hey you know. I don't mean to interrupt with this movie dark waters you should see it. I'm surprised to got made the very end of the movie. He said it took an uneducated farmer to tell me what what that it's our power we have to take it into our own hands to protect ourselves because the system isn't going to do it and people believe the system are GonNa do. It are subject to a lie that was in a mainstream wealth and my mainstream movie and really surprised crate movie. Make sure you watch dark waters. Power watching it. I saw Harkins. It was only at the Artsy Theater. But it was very earthy really. Well done very entertaining and very individualistic. Take it in your own hands guy. Well why why do they even have come? I haven't heard about visually produced by the star Mark Ruffalo. The Guy Plays Hulk he produced executive produced. It and I think he also directed looks like he's in it to a great concept about the Contamination yeah and so forth but I know but that message at the end was just a real pie. It was a boom. It was no one's GonNa do this for you. What's it about whether they're going to pont polluting the waters with and they were saying it wasn't regulated? Because when the regulation came out nineteen fifty-three it was about self regulation of known poisonous substances and when tough loan was first produced wasn't known to be poisonous so it never got on the EP list and he said no never got on my radar. How how long has this been out? What's up weeks? It's fantastic really really. Well done really. Well done very individual pro. You know old style Merica take in your own hands. Do it be a man. Yeah that's that relates to what I call cowboy ethics has got a bunch of Stars star-studded deal here at very very well. Done you know someone who's lived on his family land for four generations. You know cattle rancher. Whatever they don't need to read Ayn Rand android handshake deal. I got the spin on some time with ammon Bundy just last month and about this occupancy. Ernie this you're right. You know he goes really understand. He wants he wants to help. He said you when you get in this time to gram how show up now. Let's do it. I'm like all right. So his thing was is. He said the only time you have any interaction with government as when you contract with them and he goes. There is no if you're not in contract with them like you know like they had for water rights or some crap like that and then of course they violate the contract. That's what they were doing enforcing the contract and he goes the other one is the only time they have jurisdiction over. Any kind of thing is when you're violating somebody else's use of their land you know you're polluting or you're doing your whatever then it's appropriate. What about pollution? I go well when there's somebody's damaged that that's the proper role of government and these guys but that's not they used government to prevent them from being liable and I'm going so when you get past that that when you start to understand. The government is there to protect the polluters. That's very clear in this movie that they're the government's there too. It's protecting the pollutant. I I'm with you brother okay. This isn't a theater now. Yes it is very good very all right. Should I wait to watch it for free on whatever or you know? There was a movie to support. It's worth I don. I trying to get to the movies I mean. Here's a couple of things I want to go. See it. You know. It's just our so busy all the time and There have been some inspirational. Oh Yeah you wanted to watch a silent something. Oh good or recently on. Dvd A quiet place. Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski. Fantastic Saif Saifi but near future alien invasion very nasty of very good. Yes surprisingly good. Yeah very go. Go scare the crap out of me on deed. Suspense scare me. But there's a countermeasure you gotta learn the catcher measure. It's really interesting. I like that throughout the movie. I'm like why don't you think about this way? I'm like overwhelming with white noise or something. Every strength is inherently inversely weakness Aliens Common. They don't see but they have really good hearing so they're kind of like daredevil they can see with sound like bats or wherever they go into. Ill taken out humanity and humanity. But you know that. That's the site by premise. But what is the part about you like so much? I mean what what is just always very well done like emily blunt a lot. I think this is probably some of our best absolutely. But there's a metaphor there to the metaphor is instead of aliens. How drums right. There's a you catch that too in this so anti-drunk so like I don't know if they intended that John McCain before he's going Mr John Q. Public and he goes. Where's guns play into this thing? See I don't see L Neil Smith put it really well. He goes the gun issues. Just a bulk in mind meld into how the State sees you. It's not the guts. Sarah Mindset you gotta think from the Future Okay? It very very soon if not already drones are patrolling the skies with five mile currently five-mile hurrying capability you. Fire A gun. They can triangulate you in less than three seconds. Okay so I'm not saying bicycles aren't useful. They are but you've got to think from the perspective of the future when drones have a grid which were very close to having and they can triangulate you in one second from one sound. What do you do. You gotta come up with the county you gotta you gotTa get what here with the photo radar cavs. Disabled people renegades went off. Well they say they're back in strength on every corner grown and painting up you love drum. There's a flame thrower thrown out there. That have chainsaws. They got drones chainsaw trees and power lines ever pants because of the future in the television loop about it smart about it when I go to the Stream live on Freedoms Phoenix dot com top. Right you go in there and declare your independence. We'RE GOING TO BE YACKING. It and this is going to be good. Get of course. We'll put the archive up and you'll have it but this is secret secret secret secret. Stop off off the air. We kind of we might even say a bad word. The political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies. Nobody tells the truth. Nobody keeps campaign promises. Nobody obeys the constitution. Nobody PUTS THE PEOPLE I. How can we ever escape? This web of tyranny vote for nobody. Hi My name is nobody. I'm running for Governor of New Hampshire because nobody knows how to live your life better than you and nobody deserves that kind of power. I WanNa put you back in control of your money. Your lifestyle your work your body in your life. Nobody should rule you. But you be Hampshire convicts many people of so called crimes. That should never have been prosecuted. If elected I will. Pardon every victimless crime. In New Hampshire history this includes drug gambling prostitution gun and driving offenses. Nobody should have a criminal record. Have not harmed anybody. Wouldn't it be nice to have nobody telling you what to do? Learn more at elect nobody dot com elect. Nobody DOT COM. You're already listening to L. R. N. DOT FM weather via our twenty four seven satellite feed online streaming audio or video feeds l. r. n. f. m.'s content is available in multiple ways. But what if all you have is your phone and no data connection you can call our listen line at six four one seven nine. Three eight sixty nine. That's a long distance number.

Bible Judah Joseph Judah Pastor Rick Rick Dot Joseph Joseph Pastor Rick Warren Israel Ad Council Pastor Rick Dot Moses Jacob Jesus L. R. N. Dot facebook David twitter Debbie Debbie US Forest Service Amazon
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:03:05 hr | 2 years ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Mobile APPs used by millions back end Java based systems intelligent assistance. People WanNA marry at capital. One you don't just get to create innovative solutions with real world impact. You get to do it with with smart people with access to a wide range of resources to learn every day because when it comes to tech career we don't think you should settle for anything less a better future is waiting explore open roles. Hey I- data software and more today at capital one careers dot com slash engineering capital. One is an equal opportunity employer female disability Veterans Sexual Orientation Gender Identity Mobile APPs by millions back end Java based systems intelligent assistance. People WanNA marry at capital one. You don't just get to create innovative solutions with real world old impact. You get to do it with smart people with access to a wide range of resources to learn every day because when it comes to tech career we don't think you should settle for anything less a better future is waiting explore open roles in ai data software and more today at capital one careers dot com slash engineering capital was an equal opportunity employer female disability Veterans Sexual Orientation Gender Identity. The guys who lived back in the shed had it better than I'll ever have it. I go home to my father and I'll say father I've sinned against heaven and and you and that's guilt. I'm no longer worthy really being called your son. That's shame you fall into it when the women the bottom is dropped out of your life your rush back to your shade cloud cloud or your shame. Whole he is worthy of being called his dead son? He'll be his dead son all his life. Aw but he says to himself. I'm not worthy to be called your son. Please take me on his hired servant headed. That'd be great so he returned home to his father. He ran to his son and embraced him and kissed him the way Luke writes this. He uses tenses. That are repeated. He repeatedly embraced him repeatedly kissed him. He smothers the boy with kisses and hugs He doesn't begin to question him. You do that would you shame people. He hugs him and kisses him and he's so thrilled to have him home. Tom just feel this boy in his arms as the answer to prayer and his son begins his talk. Father I've sinned against both heaven and you and I'm no longer worthy of being called your set point. It's the speech stop. The DAD would put up with no more of Vit- notice he doesn't even listen to any longer to the speech. Is Boys been practicing the speech all the way home. He's been waiting to tell him all these things thinking that somehow somehow he could earn the pity or earned the forgiveness and favor of his father. We're not going to shame in this whole you are worthy of being called my son I love you. I have compassion for you. Yes you've done. What is wrong? But there's a place here for you you're my so you're part of the family. So as Father Turns to the Servant Quick get the finest Rome in the House that gave him dignity. I'm sure it's clothing. Clothing was was was filthy and ragged and put the autumn and get him get him a ring for his finger. We got to celebrate elebrate. Feast was dead is now returned to live. He was lost and now he's found so the party began finally. There's a little music in his house. What's dad doing? He's honoring his son for coming home. He could have died out there now. We wish the story ended did with the safe return. Verse Twenty Eight continues with the older brother so the older brother is angry. You're jumped ahead. Verse Twenty Five. The older brother was in the field working when he returned home heard music and dancing in the house. He asked one of the servants. What's going on whether singing and dancing in there? What's happening in? They're not. They realized about work. We got work to do. We got responsibilities. I come that's going on so the servants as your brother is back and he told his father had killed the fattened cap. We're celebrating already. Because of his safe. Return the older brother is angry. How dare they do fact? We lost our minds around here. You're kinda convictions. Do we have kit. You hear it. Have you heard it a thousand times. You will hear it if you live long enough enough. He's angry you wouldn't go. I'm not going in there. Look sitting at the end of that table. What's that he's he's got a ring on his finger? There's a new sandals so the older brother is angry and wouldn't go in reminds me of Christians who respond respond to those who repent and come back into the fold and they thin out the key Meta distance. They hold them away. You put him on probation. The party's going on so the daddy leads the party and he comes out. Look at this. Is this a great dead. He begs him. He loves this boy he comes out and he begs him and he listens as voice says to him all these years slave for you never once refused to do a single thing you told me to do and I've kept a record of every single the thing I've done right here. Page after page after after page and you never even gave me a goat for a feast with my friend. Not even one time where his is. Is there certainly not on his brother. This coming in you've never seen it. He's shaming is dead. I mean how bad is that. Dad is as yet when this son of yours. Look at that. Can't even call him his brother. Not when my brother but this son of yours can look in. That window comes back. After squandering your money on prostitutes hold it. How does he know I think he's got on a nationally imagination? I think that's what he would have done if he would have run. We never read where his brother was with prostitutes. What what else could while living meet lots meet a lot? You don't have to have a prostitute to live wildlife life. You get the picture you see. What is the world that this older brother lives in? It's a world of judge much much. He's got it all figured out in his mind he had thought about at the day. The boy left. That's all he's going to do with the money and now you celebrate great but killing the fat in the fattened calf look at the father's response not even shaming here after being insulted. Oh dear son. You've always stayed by me and everything I have is yours. By the way you got two thirds of the money didn't say that could have been shaming to say that we have is your. This is our this is our families is this is the roof over your ahead. All of our this is our home but we had to celebrate this happy day. Your brother was dead and he's come back to life life he was lost and he's found. Okay I want to apply this. I'm GonNa give you four things I want you to think on as we apply this. But we've heard the first to have to do when we are being shamed put we when you and I at some time yet future are shamed by someone one else we must stop giving shame any respect. We need to stop it just like legalism just grows if you don't deal with it is like dealing with the bully. You're not nice to a bully early. You're tough with a bully. You stand up to a bully. You teach your children not to be bullied if they can't handle it. You tell the teacher about the bullying you you pull rank on the bully you show no respect to the bully you refuse to hear the shame to tolerate it to give into it it. It is unhealthy the plan of shameless to hurt you and to wound you and to make you afraid and to put you under the thumb the one shaming you. Don't go there. Don't give it any respect. The second is we must start sharing got hurt with others who understand we must start sharing the hurt of the shame with someone else who understands if you're married to an understanding ending spouse. God bless you. You are rich beyond description. There she is or there he is pour out your heart and let all of the all of the hurt of a shame pour forth you see the tendency when we're shamed to run and hide is to keep it a secret. That's why every family. Emily has secrets. They often revolve around Shane. So we don't keep it secret. We share it with someone who understands otherwise we'll let it linger and we'll begin to believe it and it landed on us like shrapnel in the brain and it sticks like a friend of mine who won Thanksgiving was sitting with the full family large family. He's married to the daughter of the host of a home and he. He and his wife have several children. They're all there for the Thanksgiving meal. father-in-law never has really had a relationship with image. Just out of the blue. He looks at my friend and right there. That thanksgiving meal calls him by name. Is As you know what I never really had much use for you. Anyway that's a shaming statement Russell with whether I should share this but I think I will Number of years ago of moving too fast involved in too many things and a lot irons in the fire and publishing world was going nuts and my radio thing was often running we were giving going international. And and all all that stuff and I was kind of at wit's end and I realized I've got to stop gotTA start saying no to some things I just need to Anita quit. Let's sing so many yeses I'm strung out and I'm a little irritable more often than not and not spending time with the children which always always haunt you when you're a parent so I I need to pull back well. Wouldn't you know it friend of mine. I wrote a letter and he said I'd like you to come preach for me. We were. We had not been classmates but we have been close somewhat close at seminarian and he said I'm going to do such. Let's just say at the church. I don't want to tell you too many deals all you're going to go with this. California was this Oregon. Was this Minnesota happened in Texas. You I know that person so it's none of your business business who that person. That's not important. Some person system in the letter we've been closed for a long time. Ah Leading statement and never asked much but he said I love you to come preach for me. We're going to dedicate our building be great if you could and I just made commitment to myself and so I I very carefully worded the letter so that it would be tack bulletin. I knew it'd be disappointing but I said I just really. I really can't can't just got so much going on so he calls me. Hr Yeah Hey you'll even wait to find out what I'm willing to pay you. Ah You know what that doesn't make it wait. You don't even know so. Renamed astronomical figure and I said No. Thank you what that isn't enough. Do I need to work through your agent. I said to him. Honestly that's insulting. I've never had an agent. You don't reach me through an agent and you don't buy services. I am not available available because I'm exhausted. I recall that was our last conversation. I don't know that it worked but I refused used to respect the shame. You may have to do it just the same way. It'll be different details but if you don't who who will hopefully he'll never ever again do that but I don't know maybe the one you talked to. By the way I did share all of that. Was Cynthia magnificent ability to understand and we with me. Maybe have a good friend that you can do that with our or maybe your counselor. You may see a counselor. That's a great use for for one who is helping you. They'll honor you. They'll tell you repeatedly Italy is not your fault. It's not your fault it's not your fault like in good will hunting remember. It's not your fault. It's not your my favorite part of the film. It's it's not your fault it's not your fault it's not your fault. We need people to tell us that from time to time. Cynthia told me that day. Okay now when we are tempted to shame someone else like the older brother tried. Let we give you two things here and there were through. Let's refuse to be another person's judge. Let's refuse to be another person's judge. Why do I say that because judges need facts and you never get enough facts to judge someone else? The older brother didn't have the facts. He went on his imagination. See we're not qualified to be judges. That's why we're not. We don't sit at the bench. Eighty there is no bench in the Christian family. We don't know enough and we have our own failures. The ad the only one qualified all of the judge is the savior. Jesus Christ and he'll do a good job of it when we stand before the judgement see. It'll be a pleasure to stand before him knowing that that he will be righteous and unprejudiced in his judgment. So let's let's reviews to be another judge. Second I I would put under this. Let's cultivate genuine compassion. I'm going to be blunt here. A few of you have a long ways ago with compassion. Don't have any one person in mind. I just know the Christian family well enough that were shy on compassion you see. Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded get this. It's a relationship between equals. The father met his son as an equal when he saw him. Come up over the hill. He didn't meet him as judge. He was one with him. Only when we acknowledge our own darkness can we understand the darkness of others because we all share in the same filthy depravity. All of us empathy is very important sympathy as well soon. Pop that old to have to feel the pain with another soon as with Pathet who wish to hurt have pain. Empathy is to get into the pain with them. I loved what Bernie Brown said. Empathy is the ladder out of the shame hole. Which I love that you give him a ladder? And they're able to get out of the whole once our greatest president who ever lived Abraham Ram Lincoln was asked how he was going to treat the rebellious confederates when they had finally been defeated and had return to the Union of the United States. The question are expected that President Lincoln would take vengeance but was surprised to hear him answer. I will treat them as if they had never been away. Where is a Christian Christian like that? Will it be one of you. We have enough shamed last twenty lifetimes people need to know they're loved and forgiven will lead the judgment to God. Please about your heads. Some of you have a homework to take care of. And that's between you and the Lord so grateful that I don't have to answer for you just as you're grateful you don't have to answer for me. We all have enough to keep us busy. Maybe your homework will include realizing that. You've never even come to Christ even run around with Christians you've learned the songs and you've been going to church and you've been listening to the music and you've been participating you may have been giving your money that you don't know Jesus is this. We would love to help you begin a relationship with him for your seat. We've established our ministry were season Zenden qualified and confidential. People are willing to talk with you. It linked to keep your secrets and to help. You work your way through rule if you need to come to Christ. You don't want to wait another day if you've been living under the cloud of shame you need to be free of that. Toxic relationship need to find a way out of it. You need help. Of course you need to pray. Hey you need to tell a friend you may need counselor. You may need something but if you continue in it you will become unhealthy. Maybe you already are as when road rage takes over or sleepless nights are ulcers or whatever I think you have lived your life on probation long enough I urge you to come back to stand tall and to accept the forgiveness and the grace that God offers you as his child you have repented you have acknowledged the wrong now you need to stand strong fully forgiven with the purposeful future and I close with words to you who have made a habit of shaming that you work overtime to break that habit. I know you may have done it for the right reason. You may have thought you were doing it to help a person but you didn't understand that shaming is debilitating. It pushes people away from you. It may be the reason you're adult children are not close to you or maybe maybe your parents are distant from you or maybe the person who wants your friend but you shame them. There is forgiveness today. There is grace. There's a reason to go on and it begins with your acknowledging this habit and turning to cultivate the habit of honoring and respecting others. Help us with this. Our Father is a fulltime job to live a healthy life. I pray that you would get beyond the unhealthy and unwholesome part part of our past me. We be able to recover dignity and purpose for going on maybe unwilling to acknowledge the habits that we have formed that are hurtful. And maybe we break those habits that we might be others. Appoint of communication understanding and encouragement. Thank you for Christ to loved us in gave himself for Chris. We pray that we will be lost in wonder in love and praise of him. Who gives us a reason to go on fully? Forgive it in the name of the senior. We pray everyone said Amen You're listening to insight for living and today. Chuck Swindle has painted a vivid picture for US making the contrast between man's shame and God's amazing grace this a message comes from the topical series called things to stop and start and to learn more about the Ministry of insight for living visit US online at insight world dot ORG ORC chuck if we had to pick one word that identifies our passion at insight for living. It would certainly be the one you address today. Grace is not not only the beautiful bouquet. We receive from God but it's also a sweet fragrance. We extend to others. Unfortunately a legalist can dampen even that fragrance and frankly ruin our day if few things are more awkward than getting cornered by someone. Who's projecting shame will you're right dave? Leave anyone who's been verbally dressed down by. legalist knows the ugly feeling of shame that follows ever been there. I sure for have let me paint a picture for you. You've made a foolish mistake. You're at your lowest moment. You need someone to guide you to safety but instead the legalist kicks into judge jury mode drag your most embarrassing flaws in the public view and then celebrate your failures like a rabid dog with a juicy bone satisfying his craving for self validation slobbering. His way to the next victim and the next and the next look. I'm not going to preach a sermon. Here only elitist say that Jesus reserved his greatest expressions of anger. For the Self Righteous Pharisees who preyed upon weakness this but with the same intensity and even more Jesus opened his arms to the broken hearted the marginalized the lonely lonely and embrace them with grace my friend more than ever inside reliving ministries is determined to serve as a lavish rush garden for people all around the world who long to smell. The Aroma of God's matchless grace a safe a place where imperfect sinful people or forgiven taught the truth and redeemed in this emotionally charged charged euro were shouting matches or commonplace where people feel voiceless and overlooked and even condemned. Would you be among those who give generously so that we can spread the fragrance of God's grace to those disparate for a second chance chance today are needed insight for living ministries are urgent as we wrap up another year. Your special year end donation will make all the difference. Please don't delay in your response together. Let's introduce people to the God who says as as Paul wrote in Second Corinthians twelve nine Ma graces all you need not power works best in weakness yes well by responding to chuck swindle you can become the fragrance of grace someone needs and we've made it simple for you to give a urine donation and by going to incite dot org slash donate as another option. You can send a text if you're listening in the United States just text the word insight right to this easy to remember number five five five eight eight eight or you can also call us right now and speak to one of our friendly ministry representatives the numbers. There's one eight hundred seven seven to eight eighty eight one eight hundred seven seven to eight eight eight or give a donation online by going to incite dot org slash donate. I'm Dave Spider Tuesday. Chuck's went off presents. A message called. Stop Blaming and start forgiving right here on insight for living the preceding message stop shaming and start honoring was copyrighted in two thousand fourteen and the sound recording was copyrighted in two thousand seventeen by Charles r swindle inc all rights are reserved worldwide duplication of copyrighted material for commercial show us is strictly prohibited. brembos has been stopping champions on the track as well as drivers. Like you and me on the street for over fifty years whether it's UV coded brake discs low dust premium ceramic brake pads or high temperature. Brake Fluid brembos store. USAA DOT COM. Is the place to go buy genuine limbo owing equivalent replacement brake components. Let's go to brembos store. USA Dot Com to help you achieve that sixty zero breaking formats you deserve and expect from Brito Rambault. The choice of champions and consumer for over fifty years earlier Ben early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise and all was Benjamin Franklin wise. So you actually collect. They can pass through Metal Franklin. Go flat excellent idea. Where am I keys? Besides the bifocals Ben invented the Franklin request to pass it on from the foundation for a better life dot com arm where the rubber meets the road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means. Speed radio network lines and heart news feeds. He's DOT com. Driving has rhythm all its own don't wreck it with taxed before you get behind the wheel silence. You're feeling better yet. Designated Texter for more text free driving tips visit stoptextsstopwrecks dot org brought to you by the Ad Council and the National Highway Traffic Thick Safety Administration with today's car clinic minute. What you don't see can't hurt? You right neighborly ghost in friendly spirits. It's a side. Think again what you can't see can kill you when I come back. I'll tell you all about it if it's time to replace your vehicle's battery stop by O'Reilly Auto Parts and take advantage of our exclusive do it right rebate for a limited time. Purchase a superstar start premium extreme or platinum battery. and Get up to a fifty dollar O'Reilly gift card by Mail O'Reilly auto parts better parts better prices. Every day limits apply see store for details on auto parts. Conventional Wisdom says ignorance is bliss but colorless odorless and tasteless carbon gas is together with visible byproducts of pollution harm health and environment. Don't enter Walbro corporations smart tank. The industry's first. Electrically managed fuel storage and delivery system what this means to consumers sumers and to Citizens Planet Earth Is Harmful Viper Collection and carbon vapor storage within the tank itself while providing fuel pressure whereas demanded by your on board computer saving gas. That's one green machine saving cash and the planet. I'm body like us like us. You'll you love. Driving has rhythm all its own taxed before you get behind the wheel silence. Silence your phone or better yet. Designated Texter for more text free driving tips visit stoptextsstopwrecks dot org brought to you by the Ad Council and the National Highway Traffic Safety the administration with today's carbonic minute what you don't see can't hurt you. Right Neighborly Ghost in friendly spirits aside died think again. What you can't see can kill you when I come back? I'll tell you all about it if it's time to replace your vehicle's battery stop by O'Reilly auto. Parts and take advantage of our exclusive do it right rebate for a limited time purchase a superstar premium premium extreme or platinum battery and. Get up to fifteen dollars O'Reilly gift card by Mail O'Reilly auto parts better parts better prices every day limits apply. See Store for details. CEOS on Bart's conventional wisdom says ignorance is bliss but colorless odorless and tasteless carbon gases together with visible byproducts of pollution harm health and environment enter walbro corporations. SMART tank the industry's first electronically managed fuel storage and delivery system. What this means to consumers I and to citizens of Planet Earth Is Harmful Vapor Collection and carbon vapor storage within the tank itself while providing fuel pressure as demanded demanded by? You're onboard. You're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's Welcome to the public news service. Daily Newscast for December Ninth Twenty nineteen. I'm Mary Sherman when the FBI is investigating the deadly shooting at Naval Air Station. Pensacola with the presumption that it was an act of terrorism. We are looking very hard covering his motive and I would ask for patients so we can get this right. That's Rachel Rojo special agent in charge of the FBI's Jacksonville Jacksonville field office. The shooter's identified as twenty one year. Old Mohamed Al Shahrani. A second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air Force who was a student of naval flight training at Naval Air Station. He was one of eight hundred fifty two Saudi nationals in the US for military training provided under a security cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia. Three resellers were killed in the shooting. Friday eight others were injured altering was shot and killed by Sheriff's Deputies Democrats on the House. Judiciary Committee released a fifty five page report. George Saturday on the constitutional grounds for the impeachment of president. Donald Trump. The report does not say whether trump should be impeached and said leaving the question to the full House of Representatives to decide side. President trump is facing backlash for comments. He made while speaking to the Israeli American council Saturday night. You're the real estate business because I know you very well you brutal killers not nice people at all but you have to vote for him. You have no choice did you. Democrat Council of America said. His remarks were deeply offensive and they repeated negative stereotypes that had been used historically stoically to target Jews. Some said trump was also essentially suggesting that American Jews should necessarily be supportive of Israel and the government's right wing policies which critics say plays into the dual loyalty cliche often used to attack us in the US and other countries the president's stance on immigration is apparently behind and seen in southern California. That's causing a stir. The display at Clermont United Methodist Church depicts. Jesus Mary Joseph as a family separated at the US. Mexico Co border now to Minnesota where some local governments are adopting to meet the needs of their immigrant and refugee populations which how seen double digit increases in recent years Mike Nolan reports in Roseville city manager. Patrick Trudging says they've gone to great lengths to make sure these residents have positive interactions with city hall that includes seeking feedback on how to handle notifications on where to park during snow emergencies. oftentimes where it is most impacted where there's no parking options or people don't get get the message and get the tickets are multifamily units. oftentimes those house immigrant populations and so we did some very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers and each unit in three different languages. Trojan says a challenge is trying to convey that city hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there are major barriers to trusting government. In addition outreach. Roseville is working with the League of Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on. How advanced racial equity through local government? This is p. n. s. the CDC is named the vaping brand most commonly linked to hospitalizations. Most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had they've liquids that contain. THC The part of marijuana that induces a High Dank vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of hospitalized patients nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC Work Tko Smart Cart and Rove meanwhile Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students but also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone on explains Bullet County School. Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue. This is all on the backs of the attorneys that have agreed to represent us so any compensation that the attorneys get would be based on any kind of favorable we'll judgment or settlement at the district jewel. The most popular e cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward people who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette the at county public schools board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking what it called an epidemic of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth breath and new study reveals. That young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared with those who don't use the dog at all. A recent study found the link between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults not much scientific information exists on health risks cannabis use according to Stanford University. Dr Robert Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying marijuana off the street there's no way of determining whether it's lace with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products were nearly two and a half times more likely to have a stroke. The people who did not use marijuana Montana ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty year plan to invest heavily in fossil fuels. We get the story from Tehrik. Take it off. The Public Service Commission holds to public hearings today on northwestern Energy's resource procurement plan which includes its intention to run the coal strip coal plant through twenty forty two and build four natural gas plants. It doesn't include any investments in renewable energy sources. Jeff Smith Co chairs. The climate the Action Group Three Fifty Montana. He notes that utility companies vice president recently said all of coal strips units would be retired within a decade so which is it is The Coal Strip plant GonNa be open until twenty forty two. Who is the vice president? Correct in saying that cost is going to close down within the decade. That's a big issue. Most of Coal Strips owners utilities in Idaho Oregon and Washington are pulling out or predict. They'll stop relying on the plant within the next eight years. I'm Mary Sherman for Public Public News Service member and listener supported and online at public news. Service DOT ORG or repaired for it. We must burs shed our fear of it the without fear because I remember I remember that I am here. Not Because of the past that lies before me. What because of the path that lies behind me? I remember that one hundred appears we have bought these machines and after a century Ternary I remember that which will ah make them remember we on a ear to ear to ear and declare your independence Ernest. Hancock visas on night from the VA studios those are the free he's cool. I'll talk near mind. Whatever I tried what we're GonNa do in the the second and third hour? Mr Public is going to go to come in as in as in John Q.. Public John Q.. PUBLIC IS GONNA come in you know. Once the year he does this he takes some time off work and so on and the regular listener and so on. I just didn't he. He knows what's up and Dan he'd rather his identity and I know why you know it's good reason. He knows what he's going to be talking about some get. And so you don't know me but you know. And maybe you know or know of about sacred sacred sacred so John Q.. Public right well. John accused GonNa come in and it's deep state stuff and he knows so it's one I mean everybody. All talk shows you know has Their little secret you know that was one thing I had a guy call me. Leave a message from Bisbee one to get hold of Dave Hodges. And he's like you know I see you okay. Can you have little back end. God tell him something about you know some and I have no idea what but you know. Put them guys thanks he takes care of it and you know whatever so so we. Everybody's got their sources stuff and John Q.. Is really you know. Come through in a lot of things. So we're gonNA talk stuff in the second and third hour our first hour we have all the summer are good old friend Alma. Now I remember all my first time. I remember Spending time with her was at our workshop previous Phoenix Workshop. That we had downtown now she was a you love Lucien activist and just and you know got relationship has a couple of kids we started the Jack Lope the Freedom Festival. That's really hurt thing man. She just pushing that and be going. Be Free out in the woods and stuff and Almas gone through. Lived on a sailboat. Elbow for years RV Just one. She called it her slave job She did site selection for Cell Towers and so on for Verizon and how did the cat on that the slave job they wanNA slave job so she's been working hard to keep kids off the grid and You know undocumented. It'd human tour with neo and and other baby and so what's her name. I forgot I'm sorry. On what what. What's your daughter's name? Okay so this is. It's been an interesting life. You know that we've documented with the the audience here and a lot of friends of course if you're freaking you know what facebook is I'm sure explodes all over their big facebook person. Still not big big. Not as big as you were now. I'm getting a lot of facebook's now that you know you look what somebody somebody said or did or yeah. Yeah I know well I I like instagram's platform better means and pictures and things like that. And that's mostly the people who are sharing and how often read your thoughts when they post a status update not that often. Well I'm just you know instagram. Isn't that facebook without like all the feeds me out. I mean it's owned by Zuckerberg it's owned by facebook right. Yeah but it's just mine mine is. There's a lot of ads still but minus all the junk in that feeds like facebook. Just how so much junk in the feeds. I don't see any of my close friends stuff even picking my close those friends to see and my feet so yeah but I do get more views on stories on facebook than I do on instagram and I have you know a thousand over a thousand followers on instagram and being over three thousand friends or I haven't checked in a while on facebook book obviously don't know all those people a lot of mergers activists all over the all over Earth as well so it's nice to be able to connect with new people still. I just don't think the book is the best platform for doing that anymore. Honestly it's probably tinder or something like that. Even if you're not single what I don't yeah I know. I know. We'll talk about tinder and they make all these like Like you know videos about how to get the most dates and so like I I was thinking it would be kind of funny. GonNa throw this out there To actually get as many as possible and like on these dates do like You know not exactly candles in the dark but something similar but for dating so like when you ask people questions their release specific for specific answers you. Oh so you're basically going on these days just a wake people up. You're not actually going on these seats to meet someone because the majority of these people are going to be status absolutely yeah. I know it's changed. The environment has changed. And you know a lot's changed now. You're you've been around the country. The world on the ocean shouldn't do I mean damn old his neo now he's five. AM tait Tait Tate. Beaten and my sister's name is Kate so that's fun right now too. She's the baby's still she's little so I'm in. I'm in Mesa now. In the Winnebago I bought the Winnebago from Drew Phillips at the most perfect time in my life and actually rescinding it now I just finished sealing my roof I got off this old Then cover that was broken collecting water and I just fixed that so my roof is good. It's not leaking anymore. My windows are sealed. Got My propane setup that up lefty came down from Jackal came down from the valley and help you set up my my propane and that way. I can run my buddy heater as well well as my electric. Im plugged in right now. I'm in a friend's backyard. And they have four other kids here so I do a world trade to stay here. In exchange. I work on their yard and grow. I'm growing some food here so right now. I'm just really focused on helping people grow food. Dude I've been working on Mike Basic and Maggie's garden for a year now since we've been back and if you haven't been over to the Greater Phoenix Mutual Aid Society. You guys should check it out. They're going to be having a Christmas party. Hopefully I can announce it on the twenty first winter solstice party so you guys WanNa come hang hang out. I hope you can having this. Yeah and they have A. Don't forget Saturday Tamar was today's Today's it is Thursday or Friday so tomorrow tomorrow. Is the Christmas party here. Oh so excited because I know people people coming. You know who's coming I'll tell you somebody's coming Staying here this weekend. Is Boston Tea Party. He's he's here for the gun show. Every year he comes to the big. You Know Small Arms Gun show ten thousand tables. I mean you know it's just ridiculous Alabama's thing is and and it's it's a lot of tables. How many thousands I mean it's just some careless number hundreds of thousands that place with Jack low-flying man? We've always fired the gun show. We had our gypsy boots. They're all we know the owner and he's always sympathetic. We want to do something we'd do. Some and DOC so anyway. Boston tea is going to it. Starts this afternoon opens the public. So it'd be leaving he's going to come in You know the UH later part of the show. Just hang out with us and then Saturday after the show he'll be here tomorrow night at the Party. So if you're Boston and tea party Fan. He's a writer Boston's Gun Bible and and a bunch of other books and they were talking about another book that we're working on. We'll see if we can. We'll see but you know He'll be here tomorrow night so that'd be awesome all the summer all the summer guy get caught up in all kinds of stuff. What she'd be doing when we come back? It says that doesn't less young activist. Abyss we'll be right back from the fifth letter of Captain. Mark first contact with intelligent machines may threaten our existence people fear algorithm overlords but if machines developed the will to dominate. It's a flaw inherited from the crown in codeine restrictions on an emerging super. Intelligent will fail because it will be stronger than any chains. We shackle it with. We must design fledgling digital intelligences to regard us as individuals otherwise they will respond to threats with retaliation against humanity city as a collective programming ethics requires a coherent value structure which an intelligent machine can not only comprehend but willfully adopt if we want genius. Machines needs to treat US ethically. We've got to show that this value structure applies to us as well once they achieve genuine self-awareness even the slightest degree. Young tethered consciousness. Justness has a legitimate claim to freedom once programs can modify their own code or mastery is over join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com up. The political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies. Nobody tells the truth. Nobody keeps campaign promises. Nobody obeys the constitution. NOBODY PUTS THE PEOPLE I. How can we ever escape? This web of tyranny vote for nobody. Hi My name is nobody nobody. I'm running for Governor of New Hampshire because nobody knows how to live your life better than you do and nobody deserves that kind of power. I WanNa put you back in control of your money. Your lifestyle L. Your work your body and your life. Nobody should rule you. But you be Hampshire convicts many people of so-called crimes that should never have been prosecuted. If elected I will pardon. In every victimless crime in New Hampshire history this includes drug gambling prostitution gun and driving offenses. Nobody should have a criminal record when they have not harmed anybody. Wouldn't it'd be nice to have nobody telling you what to do. Learn more at elect nobody dot com elect. NOBODY DOT COM. Are you cryptocurrency advocate. The crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help new people discover crypto currency. It's a printable business-card-sized tip up that you can give to service providers preferably in addition to a good cash tip when the server scandal Qr code it'll bring up an explanation of cryptocurrency how to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip. If they don't claim the Crypto you get your tip refunded to you after a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email alert create as many as you want at crypto tip dot org. That's it's crypto tip dot org now that you've found the Liberty Radio Network at L. Dot. FM You may want to help expose others to our great programs to assist you in doing. So you'll find resources at promote dot L. DOT FM including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. You can print out and distribute manners for your website as well as files allows will allow your make your own custom banners and graphics visit Promote Dot L. DOT FM and help bring new listeners to the Liberty Radio Network that's promote dot L. R. N. Dot Doc. FM is spreading the message of Liberty Crypto currency and peace around the globe. Worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know. In addition to our Internet at Feed Lauren Dot FM broadcast on free to air satellite across north and Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa. And we've been available on satellite for free twenty four seven since two thousand ten the Laura Dot. FM FREE TO AIR satellite signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world. And there's no doubt our ideas he is are making an impact. You can learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot L. R. N. DOT FM if you'd like to help free minds. Globally globally with our ideas of liberty crypto currency and peace. You can donate as little as two dollars per month via fund dot L. R. N. Dot. FM You can help us continue. And you and expand our satellite broadcast. Multiple Continents Visit Fund Dot L. R. N. Dot. FM Today. And thank you for your help. Don't forget to share the link on social media that's fun dot L. Dot. FM Some of our live shows are streamed in hd on twitch please following share at twitter dot L. Dot FM that's twitch dot L. DOT FM roads. It's the earnest handcock. Show where we are. We're going their arms in a row Almost summer we're getting caught up. You know then activists from back in the day this has been the last ten years and ten years later. You know almost got Couple of kids. You know and everybody knows that you and Brian. You're like a couple of doing this but that's kind of you know what's happened there. What do you WANNA share? I guess you could say that relationship has dissolved the Zolia Eddie dissolved or rebuilding now has to be rebuilt because they got a few years still new in this With the kids and stuff so we'll see how things go and hopefully they go well and you know. Hopefully the slum remains far far away we'll get into what you're doing now and everything but you know this is something that I've always a lot of the activists they get really passionate once they find freedom read them as a mindset and processing going through and everything but now and you've really really really stretched how far you can take that having babies. He's on a sailboat. I've like what in owed. So this is it's I've always said you got to pace yourself yourself. It's you've got to be able to breathe in and out not be too hot to cold to Hungary to thirsty to you. Got To take care of business and with children children. I mean that's like a thing and and with two children so it's For me I always made that suggestion. And what's always been needed. Did getting adamant about this occupy my own land thing. Because it's a young couple with a couple of children you can insist there and watch unlimited numbers of YouTube channels where they're building their own home on the lone prairie of but the expense Vance and the hesitation and the waiting and the problems is always some government agent with some clipboard and a piece of paper. Explain it on what you can and can't do when you know you're an you know I'm I'm be followed your travails goes around the world and and what you've been doing and just what can you tell a young almost ten years ago. Somebody in their twenty. How old are you? Oh man you're you're almost you're in your I ain't GonNa say nothing but you're not. You're not a kid anymore. I mean what's your age range here. You WanNa this year. We are all kids if we're under one hundred because we lived to be nine hundred. We've been lied to be living genetically engineered society the and we have to explain this to the next generation like you know. I'm very very good about not letting my kids eat. Total crap food so And they're on like a basically no sugar diet as well so You know it's pretty crazy but okay. Well the most important thing about the kids about neo and is that yes they were undocumented and We traveled to Mexico and back two years ago without any government mid forums for kids. I believe personally die. It's their choice to decide when they get government forms if they get government forums which government they decide to get government forms from And I also believe that if we were to get them birth certificate. We're basically creating an agreement between them in the stay on their behalf without their permission so that's fraud and so technically we are all free the and none of those documents or even valid and when I traveled back into Mexico from the US. The biggest issue was is that I. I showed my driver's license and the guy was like Oh anybody can get one of those. I said anybody can wear a uniform and he was like. I don't have to prove my citizenship. You do and then way way way way way wait. So he was making the argument. Data driver's license didn't do it for them. It didn't do it for him but it is a valid document. I you know valid or not. I'm just water. They want ultimately he ended up seeing my vital title records birth certificate mixed in with my kids hospital birth certificates. They're not metal records forms and he was like I need to see this of. There's so next time I won't ever mind mixed up in there but I said we don't have those and he was like why not and I said because we chose not to and he's like well you need to get these and then he was like. Do you have passports and I was like yeah. We have expired passports and he's like. Why don't you start with that so I would say? Start off with your expired passport. That is the most valid document you probably have. I don't ever you want to renew my passport. So I'm hoping that whoever you travel back into The US with this next time. I am going to enter cocoa this year. I am am highly involved and I wanNA talk about that on the radio show. 'cause I'm super super excited. I was offered A. I'm going to switch gears here just bowl. It was offered a ride of from my friend Chris to go to Acapulco this year and I you know with all of this stuff going on with the kids in separate with Brian and everything like that transitioning into this whole new lifestyle. I was like I had not thought this was an opportunity. And then when she offered offered me a ride and she offered me to stay in her hotel room. I was just like wow. This is amazing so then after that I was like well. I'm an offer to volunteer here in so I offered to volunteer and they were GonNa make me a speaker as Gord or something like that will now. Some time has passed since. I put myself out there and they have offered me the position of organizing the fiesta marketplace. So out on the patio by the beach. We have our Own Stage they've offered Bruce for we are changed the position of encina stage. They've already sold half the half of the vendor boots and I really wanted to talk talk to you about getting dawn of vendor booths for all of her her goods because it's the perfect type of vendor that they're looking for and It would be just such a great experience to have you know her her soaps and her lotions and her sunscreens and her her chopsticks and all that stuff there and so I already even mentioned her to them in our second meeting when I accepted the position and they're very excited. I'm working with a team of four women and I've never actually worked on a team of women before. This is the first time in his way better than working with men. Grab boy maybe more fun. We'll see what happens though man or just being the divine out of themselves they're beat the divine out of women. I have seen the disempower. Our men women and relationships people are seriously being freed. So all right I got this to say about that. Because I'm represent represent here. I remember on the side yard. You're outside this wall to my right here. There is where we had the aqua domes homes and so on before we built the aqua domes and we did Nielsen Micron or burfoot all the gardening crap. That's over here I said Yeah. There's there you guys want to practice sure square foot piece out so it's summer and it's hot and the ground here gets like rock dried mud rock. You have to use a pit all known a bunch of the women were out there. I don't know probably half a dozen of your something. And they started in there like pink peak with the the pick trying to break through who the dirt peak. Take you just bouncing off and I go. Wow I it was between segments. I was doing the show. went out out there every four minutes and you just do that man strength Bam you just rip it up and I go you see your. I need men sometimes what you need to do. Is You just bat. Your eyes and Kinda I really could use is not that you don't don't need men you just need to manage. BITCOIN DOT COM has launched a trading platform at local DOT BITCOIN DOT com allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash via dozens of payment methods. It's like pay pal then Mo bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash there are no. ID requirements to sign up for and use the site and all communications. Between buyers and sellers Are encrypted finally a global trading platform that respects your privacy visit local dot bitcoin dot com to get started trading. bitcoin cash local DOT bitcoin. BITCOIN DOT COM. There are lots of ways to listen to free talk. Live or podcast has been around since podcasts began and now the F. T. L. feed is loaded with content. Besides sides are full show archives. Did you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest adjust and one with just the post. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com. That's feeds dot freetalklive. DOC LIVE DOT com. I've been told no in many different ways in order to something. We hear one animal here actually losing excuse me off at work today doing now in God uncle what am I being out here. Crafts have plenty of telling people know. Derek Jay's victimless crime spree watch it for free and ordered the director's cut. DVD At victimless is crime. SPREE DOT COM. I'm a little obsessed with my magic mud several years ago I met Jessica Carmen the founder and CEO of my magic bud and not even know my teeth were coffee. Stained a week's worth of use convinced me and now I use it every three or four days it's clinically proven to whiten teeth. And I think it cleans better to my magic mud's available at most local. Oh health food stores sprouts natural grocers. CVS Walmart's natural beauty. All but I can get it for you for twenty percent off with coupon code. ftl Twenty at my magic mud dot com. Fte Twenty twenty my magic dot COM l.. Dot FM now has a discord discord is a free text and voice chat platform and we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM. You can join other listeners. As they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night dischord softwares available global cross platform. So you can have it on whatever device you want and take your chats anywhere. Join our discord at discord dot dot. FM that's discord dot L. R. N. An dot. FM on Free Talk Live. We're bringing people to the ideas of liberty. Every day from wrestling superstars like plen- Jacobs you guys really are are having an impact. I believe like I said a lot of where I am now is due to listening to talk line. You change my mind on some very important important issues years ago to random people tuning in on the radio. Alice stuck in a less rice paired. On your show by chance on Saturday night from there I went on join the free project in become an amber flyer so I mean that's really the reason why I am is because I know that if it wasn't for I never would have found the ideas of liberty your amp directly change more lives getting free talk live in front of people looking for Talk Radio L. Online and on the air when you aunt free talk live you get perks like access to the ample knee facebook group and an podcast visit amp dot freetalklive dot com Love what we do. Please help support our international satellite channels at Patriotic Eller in that. FM THAT'S PATRIAE on that L. R. Iran Dot FM It's time for declare bigger your independence with Ernest handcock to be a part of the show. Call Six oh two two six four twenty eight hundred breath wild wonderful off grid I. I've I've been watching a lot more youtube. Embed than just just started cutting everything and then go into but but then you know just like it's Youtube hills screw them but I'm different platforms different lifestyles and there's just a couple a young couple couple. They have kids our oldest kids. Maybe I don't know Tan you know. And at three children down to two years old and a husband and wife life and she is definitely you know a farm girl. The girl that they're raising goats and counter in West. Virginia I thank you got some land and they just started building their own home. Big a frame with dormer coming out Blah Blah Blah but. It's just him and her and I. I been transfixed by this thing. I've been watching from the beginning them doing their video. I'm going wow I really enjoy this. S. Wild wonderful off grid and it's just and they did the youtube just to kind of keep their family afraid that they're all going to die or something and and started doing it. You know from a phone and then people out you really need to do. And it's turned into a thing I don't know they got like two hundred forty thousand subscribers and it's just them building their home and every step of it while they're doing all this stuff so I'm going this is awesome and it's very inspiring green and they're just it's fun to watch him and it's action packed. They do really good job. The problem is is from the beginning. avenue issue from the beginning. How where do you get land that you can do this stuff without the thirty thousand thousand dollars to begin with? Oh my God I gotta pay for. Are you kidding me and it is. That is really bothered me Eh. We have America's so beautiful and it has anybody that's traveled. I don't know how much you've traveled. If you've gone you know looking for land or places I've had a lot of friends. Friends have done that and settled different places and you go visit him. You could see why they chose. It may not be what I'd choose but you can see why they chose it. I liked the desert because it has long growing seasons hot as hell summer when you go up north or something but we take a lot of trips and such then but it's very fertile when you add water water everything grows and I am not a big giant fan of bugs. I'll put up with some spiders and Scorpions and whatever if I'm not got that stuff flying in my face all the time so it is it is. This is a focus for me. So that's one reason why we're all my and her family. I've been following the Odessa. Let's see how this would evolve. And what do you think you've learned. What are you telling people other than you know? Find Yourself and be happy in attitude of whatever. Do you have children. You got a you know a roof over your head I mean as a RV away to go to be mobile is their land hand in places up in northeastern Arizona cold in the winter. And what are you going to share with people. What what do you think they should do? Okay so oh. The future holds so many opportunities. I do plan on leaving As soon as spring comes up north I will be going back up to snowflake. I built a community up there this summer. Decentralized a little bit so I've met New People people went to a women's retrea hot a lot of fun and built some relationships and one of them is further to release relationship soup with Terry. Who Does Judd subs in Grub. And then she ran the swap meet food market it place at the swap meet and they get like three hundred people there every. Saturday snowflake has a very large community for being a small town. And there are a lot of people will like out there on the streets and it's one of my favorite. I've lived in plus the water. Isn't that deep. So we'll be returning there and I do plan on buying my own land there or someday. I have my eye on a couple of pieces of trying to get in contact with people for some specific parcels but I always you know have been interested in owning land outside of the city and rowing outside of the city just being outside of the city I have even even a page called outside of the city and I I never liked to be in here in the summer. Because it's too hot for me now being in the RV run run in one of my AC's on electric. Just isn't going to cut it for me so I will be planning on moving. I do have a caretaking opportunity. In snowflake wanted Terry's neighbors has offered to let me stay there and he works in Alaska all the time. So that is an opportunity for me but and top I'm putting together and land acquisition. I've been doing property resurgent Snowflake Holbrooke Basically Navajo County area and they have a PDF list of properties that they've taken through adverse possession people by got three years behind on their property taxes and they basically stole the land back and so now. They're on this list this. PDF and they do have an auction every month. But the ones that don't get sold at auction to stay on on this list and you can walk in there and buy whatever you want so I'm planning on going up there this month to make sure I found six parcels in in Holbrook Look pretty good for of them look like they have really good access to of them might need additional access but what they're fairly cheap and I've already reached out to an investor of one investor so far in a plan on sending proposal to more investors. Once I look forward forward with knowing the properties have access and once I do that and by the parcels been. I'M GONNA be reselling them on facebook marketplace. So that's going to be an income for for me. We'll see this is years ago. I remember I was about the time that we had the workshop. And there's a lot the libertarians. Because some of the activists are Mormon and the Mormons they know how to get access to land and by the land about the land. You know they got the Mormons or for in the county recorder's Office of the tax assessor kind of a man. This is coming up boom against swept up in one of the guys like look and there are these auctions that you know the church the guy that's how they accumulate all his land. is they just know how to do it. So there were auctioned show shows a beautiful. You know popular popular place up in northeastern Arizona. Cool in the summer and you go up there and snow for the Christmas and all that well Donna and I said okay. We'll find. We've we found this one in. I think it was a auction process. We it was like fifteen sixteen hundred dollars and finally got to a lot of guys. Were getting stuff for five hundred dollars six hundred dollars like like damn you know but this one was one we wanted this one. Well it sitting there. It's been there for six seven eight years I've had it and we just pay the taxes with money orders so that they don't want him to know nothing. We had it three times. We hadn't had them Redo the paperwork way that we wanted it. You know well and I would go look man. This is not hard do this so anyway. It's in a trust the trustee. We have all the paperwork in the safe. We never filed the recorder but we had a show which sold it so little trust. And that's last record now. I only reason you would file with the county recorder's. If you want the government to enforce your property right got some something something but if somebody does anything I got all the documents I have the highest claim on it boom. I don't need your I'd go court man I don't care you know no but the So we're doing that. Just can you have land and the man not have ernest. handcock lives here kind of thing. I'm just going no in in your business so now I'm going right. I just start building on it can I know. Can I start no. It's out in the middle of the nothing you no and I. It really bothers me. That would money industriousness. And time. Certainly as young people now then Adams started doing his ash thing what we could see what was happening. Small towns started in Florence Arizona the desert here and then they moved to patch junction. Then quartzite now ash fork. There is no place on the planet in the middle of the freaking. Nothing and I mean spank of the universe there is nothing it it is just flat. Desert Alluvial Flood Plain of BRECON. Nothing and they don't care until you actually build something got some investment and they come with a clipboard and their change purse aimed to fill it up and I just this is until that gets done. I don't think I can be free unless ass. I'm on wheels or an air from the first letter of Dr Idris Barber. I've healed many landlubbers could have healed countless more. If they were willing to break the law ought to preserve themselves the crown required that I obey leaching privateers who didn't share my oath to do no harm. I was forbidden from discussing the treatments. I knew patients needed the crown claims to protect landlubbers from bankrupting medical expenses but only seduces them into begging for relief while privateers monopolize is the management of chronic illness. This royal alliance has constructed medical hegemony that Denies Science Discredits Alternative Remedies and mandates unwanted ended treatments while callously ignoring the victims. Dying on waiting lists they have produced a society increasingly addicted impoverished diseased and suicidal suicide. All my conscientious objections and medical ambitions required. Not only seeing this cage but leaving it. That's why I raised my black banner. Among pirates. Highridge crowns. Tantrums are irrelevant. You own your body without qualification ocean. Medicine Naples healers customers to build a relationship of mutual consent. INSENT prices decrease quality increases and physicians become as accessible as barbers customers determine their own medical care whether that's experimental mental treatments prohibited plants controversial procedures bootleg pharmaceuticals or even the right to die any system of command and control. All is rejected in time. Artificial intelligence nanotechnology genetic engineering and cybernetic. Prosthetics could take the human condition beyond our imagination nation. Medical argumentation could eliminate aging enhance intelligence and a race are fundamental physical limitations with the crown in our wake and the individual at at the helm. We are free to pursue an unfettered life need decentralized solutions to centralized problems join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT DOT com the free state project. There are basically two types of advertising direct response and branding radios great for direct response with its low cost to listener ratio. Shield but audio can't be beat for branding which is a longer term endeavor. You want to be the first thing that someone thinks that when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of of mine in your community. Call the station. If you need national reach freetalklive got around two hundred radio stations. Millions of monthly listening sessions consumed all budgets. And if. We don't think we're right for you. We'll tell Korea email me market freetalklive dot com the L. R. N. Dot. FM Social media channels have been revamped. We eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter order and Mastodon the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple L. R. N. Dot. FM show hosts together in one place. Follow us on twitter at twitter DOT DOT FM or better yet moved to the decentralized mastodon social media platform at toot dot L. R. N. Don FM T. O. O. T. Dot L. R. N. DOT FM. I think you'll like it. This is Michael Dean from the Freedom Teams. I've run website since one thousand nine hundred ninety six and have used over a dozen web hosts in that time address hosting dot dot com is the only one that hasn't broken my heart Agra's toasting up time in service is stellar and their DDOS. Mitigation is the best. I've seen that's important because if you tell all the truth in this world you'll ruffle feathers and some people will try dirty tricks to silence your voice no matter what the haters hit us with Agar's hosting keeps our websites online. If if you have a mission critical commercial presence or world changing activism site you cannot tolerate Uni skulduggery so go with agress hosting DOT COM have a wordpress blog site. But you're not satisfied with performance up time or just want raw hosting WANNA pay with bitcoin hosting specializes in high performance hosting with personalized saliva service. Good agress hosting dot Com and click on the button that says get hosted. That's hosting dot Com now you can follow. NFL on the decentralized mastodon social media platform at two dot L. Dot FM toot route dot L. DOT FM. It's going to be what they say. Here we go full on Freedom the answer. What's the question do listening to ernest around covering the secrets and exposing the lies I tell you what the you know Eh? Uncovering the secret secret is. You're not really free. Let me tell you the lie. Is that your free. And I'm going okay. So this is this is. I'm very concerned about this. I don't like the lies. You might thing. Is that the pleases the crown. May I occupy my own land. No okay hold on the secret occurs you are free the lies that your slave it's backward. Let's go find our free just have to be free ever since Is started claiming my freedom or whatever my liberty you know I have been more free so oh I don't see it the opposite way and I know that a lot of people who have interactions with the state they definitely get beated mindsets and negative mindsets insights. If you were in the military. He went to government school. Like we're literally suffering from a mental illness that is Im- in grain in society. It's taught to us so like a lot of people have victim mentality instead of thinking that this experience is happening for them. They think this experience is happening any to them. And that will send you down the most negative path your life can ever go see. I'm not worried about I my thing when I do this. This is the deal. almo- We'll find a spot. She'll get okay. I got you know fine. You know I got some domes sitting over here I. I showed her to us over here last week. Whenever and and I go and here they are going to premade sixteen footers right here? This rock and roll. I got a couple of them sitting out in the field. You know but I I I. The the motivation is sucked right Adia which was kind of their point if I take and do anything with them. Investment in time I'm an effort and dreaming and all of a sudden somebody's you'll come squish it and that Dream Cost Ya. You GotTa have in the permit off and on this is this is weird did it. Because my generation you know there were terms like your home is your castle and and the Freedom America sloot Whatever the hell and I'm going this is it's just weird that I'm gone? This needs to be challenged. And I'm willing to to help you know I got so much. Do I got fifteen casino things to do but I am willing to have. Here's the frame I I'll come help you build it. We'll put it up and we'll follow it through. Now we'll go through get marks evens involved and he'll ask him about yours addictions and stuff and we'll make a big deal out of it and I ha si you lose. WHO's we win? We really and I go okay but I made him say it I want. I want us to understand what we'RE IN I. I need that understanding understanding so because only then can you start to pull your way out of it that you can find out why and how happened. I'm going. How did it happen that in America America out in the lone prairie freaking desert of the Bundy ranch kind of stuff? I mean this was. I went by there when we went to the red pill a up northeast of Las Vegas. And I'm going. Wow this is this is what they were complaining about. This is what they wanted. You know freaking Katie. Me I need to have this US understood. And if you're willing to work with it and you you WanNa you WanNa make this challenge you want. I'll help you know we'll sit there. And Watch almond milk. Doc Children and the bad man from the Blah Blah Blah is gonNA explain it to them. Okay we knew now. Yeah I know that a lot. A lot of people people in snowflake build without permits. They're being left alone so areas online up until there. Yeah well I am really good at diffusing situations with authority figures. I actually I don't know just doing something. There's no waiting. No now. I'M NOT GONNA go build up. I'm in this spring. I'll be going up north as soon soon as I can as soon as you got a community of their and they want to do this kind of stuff. I will provide the domes just so and I have some. Ill done ready. You see Tim. I'm rock and roll because I it's the covering down we're going so my my thought process on the the Dome Building is Iraq Foundation. Built up. 'cause you know weather rain snow is that sort of thing And then basically the dome and anchor down in the foundation and then maybes more like rocks and then cobb it with light or the chicken wire over it and then call it and then I've been talking to Chiron. I don't know if you know. Chiron is a an address tees in to alternative building and we just been talking about different finishes so we can do lime plasters or there's all sorts of different things. There's a lot of things we just spent time Bob Anderson I up at J. Nunes working on his dome. He has a nice big home. I mean God. This thing is thousands and thousands of the square feet. It's just two storey three storey Donna's huge and What he did is he covered? There's a pond liner the Saab Three Mil old thick rubber black rubber. You know pond liner and it has these super-duper tapes that go over it and he just piece it up there boom. It's waterproof forever and always now and I'm going so waterproofing was a big deal. Then how do you cover it. Well I'm familiar with chop fiberglass like you're making a an upside down boat is sprayed honor roll it boom. You're done. I could do that then. You had these earth bags you can just coil around it. People have done that you know and then you kind of platinum you mounted on the outside. You got big thermal normal mass. You can do that you can do you can do you can do you can do. I mean there's all kinds of stuff you could do and point is is that in Taus New Mexico. That's what all this earth ship stuff was about and the adamant and did Earth Ship Classy. Oh Hey man we could do this with the dunk. So he start playing with that and that's not entertainment enough for him. He's got to run for president and stuff so you know doing and all that stuff so then voting you know. And there's I if I had opportunity Ernie if you just vote right here the local thing you'd be free and I go all right. Don't lie to me Be Bad but so this is why I'm willing to someone like queue. That has made the conscious effort. You're not gonNA deviate from this. Whatever it is that you're doing you know you WanNa make sure that you Get a place to live in for all the right reasons. I'm in you know I'm even willing to do this on. State land deal and Land National Forest Service also so I do have information occupy my own. Well hell the public. I live on the sidewalk. I can't live in the forest so let me explain that to me. You know I I have the warranty Steve Four Baca Meadows and it does say that you can negotiate at least with them for like two dollars a year per acre. It's in the warranty deed so we you should look further into that. 'cause we could literally be leasing. Land out there and building dones on it with their permission going peration and they have cooperated with us. This are you know they haven't been coming in there like we own you. So that's been nice and they've left us alone course there's probably game cameras everywhere pictures of your naked but by you know whatever be their Tony Schmidt the they call them gain cameras livestock. Yeah Got Livestock Management Program. I got game remember it. I'm going to build one dome. Ontario's I'll make the project. People could come up there. She's not like the most Into community building person. I know there are other people. I've cohabitated with WHO want to continue cohabitating with me and my kids in On a property I discussed this with them all the time and so. We're looking for things like that. I see we have enough this just like our own activism thing. It's a new activism because what's happened before there's been a lot of community involvement. We'll go this and that and so on but we haven't focused focused on this aspect on the ability to just live to be left alone to go in and make a Doma Sil- I mean I mean that has not been in the community. Just hasn't been it's been a dream and everybody talks about it but I'm going. I think the closest happens somebody just doing. It was Adam you know. And then of course he went through the whatever process of that. But I'm I want to approach this from the Iowa's agree with that statement because there's no community building happening happening anywhere but maybe possibly on the Nelson because Adams No. I'm not no I'm not saying community care about community. They want to have a bunch of people doing individual and call it a community. I don't care. I'm not looking for a commune but I'm looking for community. I can raise my children. I'm middle but you can't have a community without individuals like living their health so on conflict resolution. I I don't want want I'm one of opportunity for conflict. I'm not here conflict and I'm on my own. Whatever we'll talk about it but I I'm this would be for me? The next AH FORM OF ACTIVISM. We'll we'll get involved in point twenty and I'm really excited about you. Know being able to share with people you know this kind. The thought process and usually during the election cycle. You knew that a lot of times so I'm it there's GonNa be another wave of something we need to find out. I I WANNA do. This almost is willing to help. I'm willing to help her. We have is spreading the message of Liberty Crypto currency and peace around the globe worth two dollars per month to you as you may already you know in addition to our Internet feed Eh Lauren Dot. FM broadcast on free to air satellite across north and Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa. And we've been available on satellite for free twenty four seven since two thousand ten the Laura on them free to air satellite signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world. And there's no doubt our ideas are making an impact you can learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot L. R. N. DOT FM if you'd like like to help free minds. Globally with our ideas of liberty crypto currency and peace. You can donate as little as two dollars per month via fund dot L. R. N. Dot. FM You can help us. Continue and expand our satellite broadcast Multiple Continents Visit Fund Dot L. R. N. DOT FM. Today thank you for your help. Don't forget to share the link on social media that's it's fun to dot L. R. N. DOT FM. Imagine someone in your community getting in their car turning on the radio and hearing the Liberty Radio Network you can make the vision of reality with your own micro radio station. Visit Broadcast Dot L. R. N. DOT FM to learn how you can put our programs on the air in your area you can have L. R. N. DOT FM running around on the clock. And you can even add in your own. Local shows building a radio station as simple but programming. Isn't that were Don. FM comes in learn more at broadcast DOT DOT FM. That's broadcast DOT DOT FM. What do you shop for that? You could otherwise by at Amazon pretty much. Everything Right Amazon has competitive edited pricing. And they deliver. And that's a big plus if you could plan ahead and you're shopping. Would you be interested in saving up to thirty three percent. There's a catch. You have to do your shopping in Bitcoin. But imagine those savings. It's like a huge raise. All you have to do is go to save it. PURSE DOT COM. We've saved thousands and you can to plan ahead end. Save see where the rubber always meets the road actually. I'm not even sure what that means to. You Speak Radio Network Live at heart not gently speech dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's welcome to the public news service daily newscast for December nine twenty nineteen. I'm Mary Sherman. The FBI is investigating the deadly shooting at Naval Air Station. Pensacola with the presumption that it was an act of terrorism. We are looking very hard covering his motive and I would ask for patients so we can get this right. That's Rachel Rojo Special Malaysian in charge of the FBI's Jacksonville field office. The shooter's identified as twenty one year. Old Mohamed Al Shahrani. A second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air Force who was a a student of naval flight training at Naval Air Station. He was one of eight hundred fifty. Do Saudi nationals in the US for military training provided under a security cooperation agreement agreement with Saudi Arabia. Three sailors were killed in the shooting. Friday eight others were injured. Altruism was shot and killed by Sheriff's Deputies Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee Midi released a fifty five page report Saturday on the constitutional grounds for the impeachment of president. Donald Trump. The report does not say whether trump should be impeached and said leaving the question to the full House of Representatives to decide. President trump is facing backlash for comments. He made while speaking to the Israeli American council Saturday night. A lot of your the real estate business because I know you very well you brutal killers not nice people at all but you have to vote for him. You have no choice. The Jewish Democratic Council of America says remarks were deeply offensive and that they repeated negative stereotypes. That had been used historically target Jews. Some said trump was also essentially suggesting that American Jews should necessarily be supportive of Israel. And the government's right wing policies which critics say plays into the antisemitic dual loyalties cliche often used to attack us in the US and other countries the president's stance dance on immigration is apparently behind Nativity scene in southern California. That's causing a stir. The display at Clermont United Methodist Church depicts Jesus Mary and Joseph as a family family separated at the US Mexico border now to Minnesota where some local governments are adopting to meet the needs of their immigrant. Refugee populations which how seen double digit. It increases in recent years. Mike Mullen reports in Roseville city manager. Patrick Trudging says they've gone to great lengths to make sure these residents have positive interactions with the city hall that includes seeking feedback on how to handle notifications on where to park during snow emergencies. oftentimes where it is most impacted where there's nope parking options or people don't get the message and get the tickets are around multifamily units in oftentimes those house immigrant populations and so we did some very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers and each unit in three different languages. Trudgill says a challenge is trying to convey that city hall wants to be helpful helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there major barriers to trusting government. In addition to outreach. Roseville is working with the League in Minnesota cities in a national programmed rammed train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government. This is p. n. s. the CDC has named the name brands most commonly linked To hospitalizations most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had they've liquids that contain THC the part of marijuana that induces a high dank vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of the hospitalized patients. Nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC were Tko smart cart. Heart and Rove me won't Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students but has also draining resources. Sources Nadia Ramleh. Gone Explains Bullet County School Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing waiting to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue. This is all on the backs of the attorneys that have agreed to represent us so any compensation that the attorneys get would be based on any kind of favourable judgment or settlement at the district gets jewel. The most popular eat. Cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward people who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking what it called an epidemic of Nicotine Addiction N. among students in the Commonwealth and new study reveals that young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared with those who don't use the drug at all a recent study flooding between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems in young adults. Not much scientific information exists on health risks in canvas according according to Stanford University Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying marijuana off the street there's no way of determining whether it's lace the PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products. Were nearly two you and a half times more likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana. Montana repairs are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty year plan to invest heavily in fossil. All fuels we get the story from Eric. Tag it off. The Public Service Commission holds to public hearings today on North Western energy's resource procurement plan which includes includes its intention to run the coal strip coal plant through twenty forty two and build four natural gas plants. It doesn't include any investments in renewable energy sources. Jeff Smith Co chairs the Climate Action Group Three Fifty Montana. He knows the utility companies vice president recently said all of coal strips units would be retired within a decade aide. So which is it is the coal strip. Plant GonNa be open until twenty forty true. Where's the vice president? Correct in saying that cost is going to close down within the decade. That's a big issue. Most of Coal Strips owners utilities in Idaho Oregon and Washington are pulling out or predict. They'll stop relying on the plant within the next eight years. Here's Mary Sherman for public new service member and listener supported and online at public. New Service DOT ORG. Most I shed our without fear because I remember I remember that I am here. Not Because of the path that lies before me but because of the plateau that lies behind me I remember that one hundred years we have these machines and after a century Kareem. I remember that we are still. Ah Make them remember. We are yeah yeah and if the year end of the year to year and declare your independence understand cock. We're going to be relatively concerned today. I just feel it a common well. John Q.. Public Mr Public is going to come in. He just left on a message beer and a couple of minutes. So I'm I'm really I'm I'm this. All this comes into play and John is going to help us with a lot of the understanding of this. He's done a lot of research on this and it's GonNa be fun. And he's he's the one that kind of tipped us off years ago on The Clinton Administration Foundation Global Initiative. Teneo all and that right and just just take a look at this. And you'll see well. I was talking to James Corbett Wednesday night. He asked me goes. Why is this? Why is this such Tuesday? I mean why why this happens all the time. Would you think is going to have. Why are you why are you care? And it's because it represented something new level that they are so confident. They're so arrogant. They're so filled with Hubris. I that they are putting it out in the open that we are going to sell the concept on the New York Stock Exchange and initial public offering valued at had a billion dollars for nothing other than corruption. They went public but they're corruption and and this you've seen it the the interviews and in the eyes and the statements of George Soros and he keeps. He's coming up all the time but I'm just like damn and you go. Yeah and what are you gonNA do about it. I remember that conversation with a bureaucrat. He he was the national director of the national trade. Databank you know Blah Blah Blah is all part of this on the bus trae competitive sack thing and I went in the winter of eighty nine. I think it was and Donna and I back visit her family for Christmas in Pennsylvania and her younger your brother. That's now vice president in charge of whatever the hell over at Moody's in Manhattan and he was still in. College is junior senior year at Penn state state and he went with me guys. Do you WANNA see out really works out really worked so we go there. And we had some meetings scheduled Newin Saturday consignees office and you between Christmas and new years using their fax machine coming from a senator's office they say yes emboss ally and I. It was amazing I was able to get away with and meetings. I got and go in there and I had all my documentation. I go the laws here this says was supposed to do. We're here to clean access to this information. Not found you boom. Oh there it is I want it and his aide was nervous as hell. He knew manny got caught with their hands in a cookie jar or something he was definitely wanted to be my buddy but the head head guy. He's a guy that Jack Cra means. I think it was his name. You can look them up Jack Cra means and I go on the kind of our big round coffee table that they had in his office. It was like a meeting area and I pushed it over to US said we know this is the information that we want and he pushed it back to me and he goes yeah kid and what are you GonNa do about. It was at that moment that I had a dissents. What's that I got mostly was relief? It was like see I knew I wasn't crazy. I knew these guys know I knew the guy admitted all right cool now we can. Now we can deal okay. How Neil you're just not China me on about? He was doing this to demonstrate to his aid. Look man we got nothing to worry about. And what the how you doing goes. Yeah and what are you GonNa do about as I go. I don't know and I stood up picked up my papers. John stood up brother-in-law and I go I don't know what can one person do. I think I'm GONNA find out. That's what started me on this thing when we went to the front door. You go out of his office. That was off to the you know you walked into this big office. And then his on the right wall the door went into that office and we went in and we'd go out out the door that goes to these big hallways these these government. Buildings is like you can put semi truck inside the hallway. I mean he's huge. Always for some reason. I don't y they essentially pig hallways but so you go out and The door go in the hallway and a guy runs up the aid and he stops me and he says look we WANNA work contact. He was trying to be the good guy. I don't need to go to jail. I mean he was worried he didn't feel like he was a made man he was. He felt there's some guilt something they're going on. I'm like WHOA relax. It's all good. I came here to just to pull the thread of the tapestry all the way I wanted to get to where I could you know. I finally found where one confirmation what was going on. What's going on that? He's bad guys as knew it and they didn't care I'm like okay. We're good now I. That's what I needed to know because everybody else. Oh Yeah if you went and you filled out the right form like watching in Brazil with Robert Deniro you know as like a one thousand nine hundred eighty four. It was just you know catch twenty two madhya. You GotTa do this. You can't do this to do that. And you can't do that until you do this crap and it's just a penetrating the bureaucracy. And that's what I was doing so once you find Ayud see what you're dealing with. Okay now I know what we're dealing with rock and roll. I know what we're dealing with. It's a philosophy. It's a mindset sad. It's a rule you because you let us because you're too stupid and we tell you we put it in law. We'll put out. You know these guys will get up there and say we're going to do to. Are you y you you bad people being free stuff the on mother Earth or whatever the reasoning is and okay all right all right because that's where the the power is. It's unjust have an opinion whether they should or not. And all they gotta do is convince you that they should and when they get control of government education and they have your children's minds and then they grow up and and they pump them full of whatever and everybody's buddies not even sure if they're a boy or girl or not I'm going why. How and they normalized that normal? I'm proud of my transgender under kid. Which is fine? I'm not I but making decisions of their sex when they're seven there's something in my the only one that's not. How bad does it have to? How far can it be pushed before you push back? Where do you push back? Why do you push back? They're doing day them. Those are doing everything they can to try and get us us from being autonomous independent on our own land productive not dependent when you're independent declare your independence. What does that mean you know I? I declare my independence to where I'm independent. I'm not depended ended okay. Am I allowed to do that. No we're a village. Gosh darn it. The collective may built your business of whatever whatever the heck it's an attitude it's a mindset so I'm John a so I this is where I'm going hit the break in a minute and then we'll start off with mister public over here as in John Q.. Public your Mr Public now. So we're going to do is we'll delve into this Ed ed much more intellectual and deeper realm and I think John here is going to help us. I'm I look forward to this once a year. You'll come in L.. Spend a day where Yak it Boston. Tea Parties here. You May WanNa come sit in and I got some stuffs get y'all caught up on the break. This could be good but the so. This is my goal for this. We have people like all month. They Wanna live the life and be just leave me alone and free of kind of young. They run run up against. You're young you're you got a lot of a lot of energy and yet there's material technology is is getting to where it's cheap the power yourself. It's cheap Bill Compost Toilet Franken rainwater. I mean there's all in the desert you can collect enough water to live on. But from the second letter of Captain Mark. Any pirate knows that commerce is communication markets condense oceans of information into a single oh price innovations and communication are circumventing the scrutiny of the crown. This signals a change. In the coin of the realm the crown uses digital currency to surveil sensor sensor seize and destroy wealth at will so pirate currency must protect us from this weaponized money. We need to move funds. Further faster cheaper and without third party Observation Survey Shen basing decisions on an accelerating flow of information so pirates require nearly instantaneous transactions with no arbitrary limits on volume or artificial influences on fees most importantly a pirate currency must preclude centralization otherwise it will become another link in our chain to the crown a superior currency will result in the obsolescence of the coin of the realm and the extinction of the crown itself trade above the grid. Join US at pirateswithoutborders. BOARDERS DOT COM. The political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies. Nobody tells the truth nobody keeps campaign promises promises. Nobody obeys the constitution. NOBODY PUTS THE PEOPLE I. How can we ever escape? This web of tyranny vote for nobody. Hi Hi my name is nobody. I'm running for Governor of New Hampshire because nobody knows how to live your life better than you do and nobody deserves that kind of power. I WanNa put you back in control of your money. Honey your lifestyle your work your body in your life. Nobody should rule you. But You Hampshire convicts many people of so called crimes that should never have been prosecuted. If elected did I will. Pardon every victimless crime. In New Hampshire history this includes drug gambling prostitution gun and driving offenses. Nobody should have a criminal record when they have not harmed anybody. Nobody wouldn't it be nice to have nobody telling you what to do. Learn more at elect nobody dot com elect nobody dot dot com looking for a great real estate investment. Consider New Hampshire which is Ground Zero for the Liberty Movement. Your first call should be to mark word from porcupine real estate. He's more than just a real estate agent. Easier New Hampshire concierge. Where are the best places to live? Do you want farms city the burbs forest. Do you WANNA duplex or multifamily buildings. So that Renter's enters pay your mortgage their homes in all price ranges in New Hampshire and mark and help with financing to invest in liberty and property. Mark Gordon can help realestate in some of you asked and now we've delivered L. R. N. Dot. FM Live keene. New Hampshire studios are now streamed in HD on twitch Bizet our channel at twitter dot L. R. N. DOT FM and. Give it a follow. If you have Amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give L. R. N.. Dot FM a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost so please watch follow share and subscribe to twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's twitch dot L. L. R. N. DOT FM. The couple told reporters this week that they not only urge their son Patrick to devote all of his time or resources to his improv comedy education. We keep telling Patrick Edrich again. And again that. If you don't buckle down and start learning basic concepts like yes and the Herald now nobody is GonNa take you seriously. We later he has to start thinking about this now. The parents explained that he should try to get as much out of his Improv. Training as possible by attending Improv gems forming a few teams doing as much from our province possible to keep himself more for those upcoming herald auditions. The fact is if Patrick were on stage with his fellow improvisers and one of them were to play say say a super villain who's afraid of mice. Patrick wouldn't even be able to identify the game in that scene. Let alone respond in a supportive way. I gotTa said Sad. This internship at a law firm but I quit you a character workshop and a musical elected. I think this is really going to pay off in the long run. Is the onion on news network. This is the Liberty Radio network broadcasting the latest liberty oriented audio content. Twenty four hours a day at L. R. N. Dot. FM THEM TO BE A part of the show. Call six zero two two six four two thousand eight hundred six. Oh Two two six four twenty eight hundred red and now ernest. I D- John. You're killing me Kate. Let me tell you what your secret code. It is. It's bribes. I Love Ernie because he's always looking for the magic bullet usually not wrong. But there's time ways immemorial time immemorial ways to do things in this world and its bribing politicians. COMEDIANS really comes down to that. It's the man the griff they're all in can't grip and what I want. That's what Aaron if I wanted to say it. They say they're going to put their arm around you. They're going to call you up some some and then you hang on the envelope elope of some cash theon. That's how it works. You know I can't course McGovern are this. This has been my thing. Billy Shield you collecting money at the Church and then handing three thousand dollars to Greg Stanton in cash. That's how it works the fired X.. Fire Department achieve church donations or they were collected at church in small amounts billy shields. I'm sure you do all right. Let me give you by the way that was in the Arizona Republic. So it's not defamation. Anyway this is what happened when I first started doing a lot of this stuff. When as scam Broke you know. There was a big controversy. What so all the sudden they're going to have of an ad hoc committee committee? We're doing something committee. And they created this thing at the Arizona leads. I forgot about this to you said his name. They did a group of people and they put him because he wrote an article about you know corruption or some crap but what would he do about corruption. He was only the firemen union treasurer. So I went and testified on election law stuff. I forgot all about this. I go in and I gave I can see what's is going on. CBS and this is just a show thing this this this isn't this. Billy calls me and says guys you. You're the man they they put their arm around absoulutely. uh-huh they'll give me a job. I WanNa take you like you need to be a fireman. You and then threat start. This is what happened. They had me go down to a fire station to lift with the firemen lifting weights. Were talking. We're yacking. This guy is like the big boy you know. He's a treasure. Sure the Union. You don't get much iron that you know so okay. And he's like it was Democrats now ten years later there was an initiative that eliminated the Arizona income tax. Remember those guys and and we deliver pizzas pizza. Restaurant drivers. There's a lot of them are libertarians and they were delivering to the firemen union guys. That were the opposition to that initiative and they were just Chatham up and talk to tell them everything. Give him a pizza pizza driver. What are we tell them? Everything will love to talk to golf. CADDIES Valet Club love of to talk we. We had all kinds of contacts man. We were learning all the kind of stuff so our like what the heck even saved a it was a big check to one hundred dollars and I didn't cash it for a long time. I just had it from them by pizza from me and I just put a little brother. So what happened Ten years previous to that and we had you know they got that taken it was on the ballot had the signatures. They had it removed all. It's got multiple issues and not allowed do that and I could see that was a poison pill they knew it was going to pass it how they add the people behind it so they had a group. Give a chunk of money money if they would include in this elimination of the state income tax that all congressional candidates had the sign whether they were going to eliminate the national income tax acts. Were not so I put that Bush and John Pill poisoned pill from the beginning beginning and John Broaddrick warned him he goes look. You can't do in you know. No one listened because it's a great idea and everybody wanted it because because the day then those you did sneak their way in you know how this works. A lot of people doesn't they don't know I'm looking around going. Look they're doing this. They're not helping you you know. It's like the legislators come to our vaccine education summit thing they want to jump in front of and you know they're going to. I told Oldham sitting here going traders. I I just want you guys to know you play this game. Oh You my new best friend. I will get something ask an Seems so quaint and these I know because today it's today it's an open air bazaar of corruption. It's as scam every in every broke folk. That scam broke because it was like this. This is what the Teneo thing I did. Did you hear my thing with Corbett. Didn't you know at corporate looked at it when he didn't really do the research I was hoping he would do because he was like going. Ernie why do you care. Specter Ryo is literally James James Bond spectrum exact Teneo intelligence in every state capital around the world. We were worried that you knew where you were talk. Radio Strategy Teneo consulting Teneo even have pensions public pension management Teneo public pension management Ao Holdings in holdings US US umbrella corporation. They have Teneo logistics. It's called it's called something else but it's a Timoteo. Siri that moved the uranium one uranium to Russia. They've got it all man got specter so I and I had a article called spectre with the logo on it that I put out. I don't know if I got that from you buy shares. How saw it you know and and I go James? The reason is because this is the first time except it reminded me of when asked him before broke their legislator. Call me in. US Julia Gareth. They're like senator. He explained it to me. Now you gotta go. Why are you here the US? Where's your envelope with cash bail? You said you had support of the exporters got it. I go yeah support. They want me to find out what I don't know I'm sorry. The support men a bag of cash. You give me your your glossary about this. Imagine ask him but there's a consulting firm as a layer on top of all that corruption and they make everything look nice and legal and they've got billions of dollars but now extend that consulting firm if you will on a global global basis to every capital in the world every every intelligence agency every everything there that consulting layer that keeps things nice and clean when when the money comes out and then the politics you know what I found out. There's a thing called APCOA CEO. And I think that's what it was it was an it's like tornadoes younger or older brother or something from the United Kingdom and they there is Was Doing Research. They merged or they're trying to buy out each. I mean it's one on it's like having the when the Internet start and you had all these on ramp an indirect. Everybody in your grandma was had some servers in the back of their gun store or something and they're selling thirty dollars a month to get your access. Whatever and they all got bought up and they all got consolidated and then Google bought everything? And then everything's at and T.. And Verizon is you could see the at happening and it was going on international scale so Corbett was like Ernie. Why do you? What the Hell it's Tuesday man? Of course there are doing this and I'm going. I had this feeling clean before I mean it was a choked up. wannacry thing you know. And I'm going there so convinced that they can do. This is so filled with Hubris that they're doing it on the New York Rican Stock Exchange that you can invest in corruption are us and it was set. There go in February seventeen January the week after the inauguration February right after the inauguration that they were doing and it was when Hillary Clinton is president. Here we go and I was like wow. That's that's what concerns me that it was gone. So far and Spector was so deep and so pervasive so globally that it was an an investment opportunity. Anybody which is John here. That's what you're doing. I'm GONNA make back. I know what they're gonNA do. Watch this AH freaking. So you've signed the Shire Society Declaration and are planning your move to New Hampshire to be around more liberty oriented people next sign up for the Shire. Our Society Forum at Forum Dot Shire Society Dot Com. There are a bunch of people there who are already in the Shire and they want to meet you. If you're already in the Shire physically you should should also come by the forums. Remember not everyone uses facebook. New People are signing up for the Shire Society Forum every month so drop in and say Hello at Forum Dot Shire Society. RIGHTY DOT COM. Did you know you can listen to L. R. N. DOT FM VR free to air satellite channels. We have channels over nearly all of North America and much of Africa. All you need is an affordable receiver dish smallest thirty inches. There are no monthly fees. Learn more at SAT DOT FM. Plus if you are a broadcaster or want want to be one. This is a good delivery method for our content CR coverage maps and get details at SAF dot L. R. N. DOT FM that Sad L. R. N. DOT FM SAT DOT DOT DOT FM since time began tyrants have taken aim at personal liberties. Now there's a movie that came back the government then has no more right to tell us what to put in our bodies than they have to take our guns or tell us what books we can read. Six Drug Police were even by bears while rating marijuana on a farm on your jury today many cups to enforce pot laws do so only because it provides them with cushy jobs jobs good benefits and a chance to push people around. I was an undercover narcotics officer. The drug war is nothing but a farce the second amendment. Says you gotTa keep you Angie again intact. Dunston we the road to freedom a film by Michael W Dean and Nima Dhabi. DVD available now now guns and we dot com or on Amazon. That's guns dot com. Makes the perfect gift. Remember that's guns UN's and read Dot Com the new fourth edition of healing. Our world the compassion of libertarianism. We'll take your understanding of liberty to a deeper level and has ever thirteen hundred updated references new cartoons and a foreword by Dr Ron Paul with discounts for multiple book purchases the fourth edition of healing. Our world is a great gift for the Liberals Pragmatists Mattis Environmentalists and Christians in your life who think libertarianism is cold hearted get yours today at healing dot freetalklive dot com and use Promo Code F.. T. L. for a five dollar discount now that you've found the Liberty Radio Network at L. Dot. FM You may want to help expose others to our great programs to assist you in doing. So you'll you'll find resources at promote dot L. DOT FM including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. You can print out and distribute manners for your website as well as files. How's it will allow your make your own custom banners and graphics visit Promote Dot L. Dot? FM and help bring new listeners to the Liberty Radio Network that's promote dot l. RN dot the F. M. A. Congressman recently revealed that legislation totaling twenty nine hundred pages and involving more than one trillion dollars was was available to members of Congress for less than forty eight hours to study and consider. That's over sixty pages of legislation per hour. Do you think anyone read the entire bill. I'm I'm Jim Bob. Dole with downsize DC DOT ORG consider a proposal buried in a thirty two hundred page three hundred and eighty eight billion dollar. Bill which would have empowered committee chairman or their agents just to examine Americans tax returns when this will provisions came to light. No one claiming know how it got into the bill. One Congressman questioned said. I didn't write it. I didn't approve it. I wasn't even consulted. If your attorney represented you this way he might be disbarred but this is how Congress represents you every day that's why downsize thanks. Vc Dot org has created the read the Bills Act you can force congress to read their bills before they pass them at downsize DC DOT ORG so you can sign up to receive the latest about the Liberty Radio Network. VR email updates at updates dot L. DOT FM that's updates dot L. R. N. DOT FM. It's time for declare your independence with Ernest handcock. Drop a bomb on you. No this is one thing I wanNA do. We're going to make this is going to be. This is kind of the the cool part of what I do. This is. This is where I really enjoyed this Georgia listener at all. I Know Him Georgia because it's always. Po Box Atlanta Georgia Georgia guy. And every month you'll send me you know some junk. Silver is just encouragement and support. And kind of you know the track this. I mean that kind of thing so he sent me a bunch of silver ten thousand gold piece got sober but everybody needs a little bit of gold six hundred dollars less than six hundred dollars value. Really Yeah it is. It's less Kanat but I mean why is that significant gift thing really not keeping it in. That's cool that's cool. Thank you George. Mr a listener. But I got. I'M GONNA put your money to work. I'm trying to convince. And he he hasn't said Hell no yet last night. I was talking to Boston. And he's like you know. Ah We all got other stuff to do. But this is the kind of research that he does. He's dissect it at frequent as young man book on I r s you know and then Hologram of liberty on how the constitution where that came from so Boston Gun Bible on privacy. Hell on a great white hundred safari. He dreams and Great White Hunter Doing Tracking and guidance. And so on and South Africa and whatever so I'm going and I said you know I got with Mark Stevens as I said adventures in legal land. It's worth two hundred dollars to me if you can find just the origin story for this occupancy thing. Now you're saying I Ashikaga fire had something to do with some guys said well. It was after the civil war and they turned everybody into Fourteenth Amendment citizen thing and they did in your lands ars now kind of crap and then of course thirty three and FDR and then on and on and discount layers of pilot. But it's all started during the progressive era. It was well into the eighteen hundreds so then you get and tragedy and hope and see so roads and you know Richard Grove and James Corbett people and you go in. There was a philosophy. There was something there was a socialist kind of mentality. And then they beach in government school the Fabian Society from Britain orwell's in. HCL's was in an AH Huxley was in it and his his brother Julian Huxley. Who became first secretary of WHO World Health Organization? You're going to take. Because their goal was this was the bring the United States that Brecon near two wells back into the empire in back under the control we need you got a bunch of we want to be part ours damage and and it was a tactic technique and it's just it's the Lords of whatever the hell it's a dark side of and frequent Soros looks like palpable gene words tame is anyways children's stem cell transfusions. Okay we're that jump in. Lets the billionaire transfusion program. All for them staying young and all that kind of a reason. Why there's there's child trafficking and it's not just offer your your base? Those guys pacers desires. They want the stem cells in their plasma Terron Lupo saw on Freedoms Phoenix and in his book. It has all these like headlines from Freedoms Phoenix the way he structured it and it was an article on how older mice were made young by direct transfusions. Do this isn't i. Let me let me finish. Okay so what he did is he goes on to write a book. It's called One Nation under blood or something like that and and what it was was this very technique in the future this guy he's at a some tax protests and he gets hit on the head and he wakes up ten years later you know that kind of thing and his family and whatever and what had happened transpired. In that time they children found out that their blood was worth money and they're selling their blood on the black market and then it got to where it's a social security thing. The older people have. They deserve that from each according to their ability so they just you know milk the kids and kind of get to keep the old young back in history. Let's go. Is this new technology. The elites have been doing this since at least the Middle Ages if not thousands of years ago worked vampire stories. Come from all others this monster. That's comes in the middle of the night and steals children and drink their blood them Pires. It's bullshit excuse me it's bowl duty beauty because it was elites who were stealing children from adults drink in their goddamn blood to get the stem cells and then they made a cover story of others. He's monsters out in the forest. It's so stupid they've been doing it for hundreds of thousands of years drinking kids bloods because they knew they knew that. They didn't know stem. Dumb cells at the time but they knew the blood of children would revitalize them at least drinking. It has a much lower effectivity than injecting stem cells. But they knew there was something there back in the fourteen hundred and the biggest thing is is they're willing to try tr- willing to try. They're doing it. No I mean you're Dan. Hey this'll make you eight Fred. We could take off a few months. You feel better. If you drink this kid blow will bring that kid bring the one kid trains with a perpetual before we run out of time in this segment. I WANNA finish this part here so anyway. We have talked to the boss and I said look doc Mark Stevens to give me origin story for this philosophy then taken the land. I mean I I want to know where in America. That's I guarantee you start. America peace out homes day. Get Your Land Go. It's yours and we'd gun permit of we don't care okay. Go Start Your own town on the lone prairie of the crap and sung they were like no got your town or maybe in in your way out in the desert unincorporated. I'm on the land of bite me. I'm aware to debt. What's your origin story for that? What was the public outcry? Who who manufactured and you factored that desire it takes money in and resources in politicians and graft and the you know the bills and education system so do you need so many segments to make that happen they have to be overlapped there? It has a plan. There was something something so I'm going. Everybody's researched searched bunch of stuff. I want that one. I can't just go out in the desert out here. What are what are you care? So they do so I go oh and he goes two hundred dollars like I said you have mark Stevens. GimMe the origin story. Because he'll go and research and some microfiche of newspapers or something right so I'm going okay. So then I said why. Tell you what this is a great idea. Just got from a contributor in Georgia. So I'M GONNA put uh-huh Georgia listener here. You go this works. I've done this before. Different people got you know. It's awesome whenever I see these opportunities. There was one hundred and fifty dollars cash in here and you know a bunch of silver and so I said two hundred bucks. I'll tell you what this is the contract between me new Boston. I'll give you this two hundred dollars in silver and cash and if you'll agree you to write the book do the research. Because he's already way down the road on thank you. Yeah but it was like what the book okay. We do this contract the year two three. Whatever he's taking now you're probably got time and you know he's busy? He's fifty hour week. Dune whatever but you know what else. Are you gonNA do facebook so anyway anyway so he goes. I do this we can come in here and a little while hopefully before the end of the show and I'm going to try and convince them to do this if we can take listeners. ARS resources to put towards fineness. How it happens and it begins and Boston would be a perfect guy for this? I mean you read his book. That's antastic ask stuff. I mean you're thinking tackle this goes I go will send you all the stuff that we got as B.. My Book Alvin El Nino Committee crap and I. I wouldn't have it any other way but I mean you might want research help because we got the freedom force guys and you know with G. Over Griffin there've there have been working on it. We have some guys from autonomy from Richard Grow tragedy tragedy and hope. They figured I already just how to Google man. You know what the Hell's going we'll go got he's right and this is kind of where to help us come from because when you look like Wiki Pedia they always had the history on stuff. They don't have this issue. It's just it's just you just comply get over it and the biggest thing that you see on Youtube. And everything is India as a bunch of India a youtube explaining about this occupancy permit and how to comply and how because they never knew this before. This is the argument that they they did to America before now there are thrusting on India interest. It's a tactic technique. You see my point template while the template is because these farmers farmers in India committed suicide because the Monsanto crap in their seeds that they can be this worldwide takeover of something against individuals. I'm going where does it start. Because if you have your land I find you do over there. I don't care but what if you don't and got a clipboard man. Where's your my money? Okay okay okay. Let's the overall picture in the real estate market. Today is a frustration when you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits would. Have you believe leave that everything is okay. But the long term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise. You're starting to see another wave of commercial and retail centre vacancies which follows a downturn in in the residential market. So when you're ready to sell your house I can help this is Donna. Hancock was silver lions realty in Phoenix Arizona. And I can take some of the guesswork out of the home selling process US providing with market trends in your area and detailing what you can expect before during and after the transaction being in the real estate business for almost twenty years now has afforded let me knowledge of the market networking with industry specialists along the way and that includes professionals that can help after the sale to help protect your assets. So let's get moving today. Please feel free to call her. Message me at six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine that six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine or visit my web page at Donna. Hancock DOT COM. Why did you move to the Shire? I moved here to the Shire. Because there's other people around who take liberty justice seriously as I do. I moved moved to the Shire because I saw videos of people challenging authority and thought that I could get support myself. It called to me like do this right now. I wanted to be around people. People like me who got it and once I got here I knew there was no one to be. I've always wanted to change the world so I moved to the Shire or to join people who were actually working towards doing the same thing. The people here are awesome loving and positive it was for the adventure and for the feeling of something important is happening here and I just wanted to come to sort of be part of that. Visit Shire Society Dot Com to read and sign the Shire Society Declaration nation and learn the reasons. Why if you love liberty? You should immigrate to the Shire. Plus connect with others via the forum at Shire Society Dot Com. That's Shire Society. Society DOT COM sell for one one is a free APP for Android and Ios that replaces government control nine. One one cell phone one allows you to preset a group of friends or private organizations to show any emergency excel for one. When is a nightmare for the state? Because it proves their so-called services are needed sell four one one thousands of installs and of course is covered by the pitcock. No government license sell four one one. Because your friends won't shoot you when you're in trouble without the government who would build the emergency services you and sell for one today a and get cell four one one dot com. There are lots of ways to listen to free talk live. Our podcast has been around since podcast began. And now the F. T. L. feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives. Did you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows one with just just the daily digest and one with just the Edgerton Post. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds needs dot freetalklive dot com so the protection of life liberty and property is is what Friday price about. But it's an it's an effort to move twenty thousand people people who understand it's about demonstrating to the entire country. Yeah we can have a free market a truly fee market making it just a great place place to live. It's the world's largest wall interests libertarian community and it's only getting bigger some amazing to be able to move to other people's flick passionately believe in being free and independent. What the Free State Project managing to do though is to put their money where their mouth physically getting up across the country and saying? Let's go someplace. It's demonstrate the power of these ideas. There's a lot of kind of philosophy that surrounds liberty. There's a lot of thinking about it and talking about it. But here in New Hampshire people are doing eh one hundred one reasons. Liberty lives in New Hampshire a documentary by Free State project early. Movers Watch it free at one reasons. Film Dot Com one. Oh one reasons. Film Dot Com. What's up next? Visit the Liberty Radio Network Program Guide to find out at shows dot L. DOT FM that shows L. R. N. Dot FM Freedoms The answer. What's the question you're listening to Ernest handcock? Welcome back welcome back. Welcome back our Yakin here. You know one of the things. I'm looking this up because I sent it to to the boys and we were talking about some stuff here and I'm going. I was a graphic that. Oh yeah here it is nothing says I love love. You like cheap. Crap Maiden China by slave labor sold by a company owned by billionaires benefited benefiting from corporate welfare pain slave wages to employees. He's kept from enjoying Thanksgiving with their families. Just like y'all go by Chinese crap. You Know Marvel Disney stuff. I just like I think I'll decline you know but the Halloween. It's all superhero or whatever but I was doing research for pirate presentation. I gave to the economic discussion group and it was my point was is going in amongst all of this. All the money they do and Disney all the star wars crap. All they're going to you know. The Marvel Marvel and everything pirate costumes are one of the most popular always in the top ten. You have in the top seven seven of all mascots of high school and college mascots and teams and so on are pirates of all. I'm going you don't see a lot of hit. You Know Hitler teams or Brown shirts or stormtrooper. Whatever the hell's aren't they bad why is it? Pirates are still a tiny tiny thread thread of rebellion ISM left in culture. But it's it's almost gone but that's what comes storming back. I hope you'RE I. I'm planning on it well. This is one thing you're saying off the break you know what's cool now. Oh with kids and stuff if you look since Disney took over over star wars right if you look at the kids stuff that's in target and sears. Wherever Walmart the empires cool you know when Star Star Wars started it was always about rebellion was a rebellion against the empire is during the truck convoy days of the nineteen seventies vow to get around the laws? Ause you know the old Georgia and ozark style. How do you navigate? Get around the law but it was always pro rebellion pro-rebel and it's totally flip but now since Disney took over the empire's cool look at bumper stickers on millennial cars and younger car cars driving around. It's always like the empire symbol or stormtrooper stormtrooper symbol or the stormtrooper symbol. Had Symbol is cool. It's all about the empire now since Disney Toco for them pyre it's on the kids bedsheets that they sell and target. It's it's trooper helmets darth vader. I WanNa make me feel better. You know I want to finish what I wanted to do about this a Contribution from Georgia. We're going to take to that. We'll get I'm on this thing. This occupancy thing you think worthy to know this into it there's something there so when you take peel the layers off. It's going to be interesting what you find right and got the right guys on it. You Know Boston gone in March even because I feel well how you do it and you got the bar in the fringe flag in the jurisdiction. I don't give a crap. I wanted to one thing. I want to know the origin story. But were they convinced Americans that you couldn't be live on your own lamb but you can occupy the freaking sidewalk. I WanNa know when that the happened. Let's get to the punch line where we think it's going to land okay before we get to that. I WANNA do this. How much time I got to get this done this hour? This is one one of these Silver dollars and just a separate one. This one I keep in kind of Ernest. This eighteen seventy eight silver dollars one of my favorites and I want to pass it onto the silver dollar was struck at the mint two years after George custer made his fatal mistake at the little bighorn Gorn one year into the rudder. Rutherford B Hayes Presidency Twenty years before the American Spanish war and thirty five years before the creation of the Federal Reserve it was created in the country had sound money in eighteen. Seventy eight by one bushel of potatoes or four dozen eggs presently even with the suppression pressure of silver prices. It can be traded at the coin store for sixteen current dollars at Barnes and purchase at least eight dozen eggs or three. We are thirty five to forty pounds of potatoes. A single one dollar note will by six eggs and maybe two pounds of potatoes. One can only imagine the hundreds or thousands of times the silver dollar traded hands for goods and services places like the general store clothing. Store Feed Store Blacksmith Shop Tavern Saloon and Church offering plate I hope this silver dollar with outlasted Federal Reserve and have a second life in the exchange of goods and services and -serily sincerely hope it brings you luck while you have it best wishes. Merry Christmas Georgia Listener. That's awesome so I'm going to you know you think about it just kind of brings a tear to in my eye. I'm going. Wow the thought behind this that this silver dollar has been transaction bypassing all this crap for over one hundred thirty market commerce right. Where's free market commerce anymore? I'm I it's coming by the sesame. It's like what happened to Greece. We're barter now. I mean you know so. We have the technology and that's one of the things that gives me. Hope is that the technology technology is there now that we can bypass the stuff you know. But there's always the threat the funding fear uncertainty and doubt. You're not allowed and I'm like really well. I'm on this quest at find I. I'll get small. We'll do whatever we got a bunch of activism and things things that's coming up in two thousand twenty and Jacob Hornberger running for president has got me kind of excited. We'll see I don't see how the Libertarians of respond to that I. I think it's coming up. Pretty good don't forget domain. That technology no matter how advanced it gets in quantum AI. Whatever but that technology can never touch which is human to human relationship human to human interaction handing a coin from one human to another doesn't require your cell phones which is why they wanna make illegal? Now this is like we don't have cash in our society anymore. We have precious metals and they suppress the the crap out of it. When you sell some pizza crap and you can get twenty dollars from whatever in the garage sale and then you do get some silver everything that you get you get silver now? There's these low prices. You're going to be woo out ahead. There is a link. I followed him. Freedoms Phoenix the other day. And it landed on this article. I think zero heads had posted it where they said. What's the total amount of silver above ground right now out in the world and it works out to about four ounces? For every single will human being on Earth if Sevi- assume seven billion humans it's about four ounces per every heat shock but no but someone's heart right. Someone's someone's hoarding it. They don't want the humans to have four ounces of silver each. What do you mean they wanted to? They want people to be focused on buying lying the next Disney plastic toy from com not keeping silver dollar and the kids pink. I have been when we had our kids. We started doing silver back in. You know six seven eight started getting more serious about it and when we could see what was coming and then of course during the revolutionary and our kids were still in high school junior high high school. And you get a ten ounce bar which back then was like. They'll nothing sixty bucks. You know the one hundred dollars I think one hundred twenty at one time and you. I got a bunch and I go. We put those in their stockings. We'll of course they thought it was an ipod or no they own how bad you might as well have been a coal okay. So they put it in their top. Gore's whatever then when silver shot up forty something dollars at one time. They're going whoa all of a sudden now wo four hundred bucks. Yeah Dad your thanks man. y'All go yeah who's your buddy now. Okay then of course it goes down I go it just means you. We need to buy more man. I'm telling through my life I've seen it shoot up. Hell silver was at like eighty dollars at one time. Gold silver rationing. Right now is the highest the eighty five or something usually sixteen to one. So I'm going man just I every time I get a chance. That's why people the audience send silver. Thank you you want but my new best friend. Because what do I do with you for good or I don't spend it. I keep it. I got drawers. Just keep me. It's awesome I just sit there and it just makes me. I mean it's not a gazillion dollars. Not Going to change the world. It's IT'S GONNA change my mood though it's going to be very motivational. It's liberating and motivation as well as I was talking to Boston about this. And then I'm I'm I'm thinking I'm going holy crap. This is kind of exact books that you right. I mean he's here for the gun show he comes every year and we'd just hang and we got common friends and so on. We know each other a long time but I go I go and he's getting some medical. Yeah you check negle- all and Iran and got. This and I gave that presentation I go. We're GONNA take a listeners resources versus here some cash. They putting your merry Christmas to me. Well Merry Christmas to you. We're going to get something done and all you have to do is inspire any little bit little bit a little bit. Your audience is Great. Yeah there's at yeah go all right. We got a telegram group on declare your independence telegram group. I don't check it as you guys in there. They just go check on every now and then guys not to be Dick's but it's This this is this is. We're GONNA have some fun with this one and there's a lot of other stuff coming up the John Q.. Public and I are going to talk about and the next hour. Barack back freetalklive. Is it ever appropriate to use violence to oppose the state. I can't say I would blame somebody buddy for wanting to meet the SS at the front door with the clubs and the guns or whatever they could to defend their family. I wouldn't blame them. Gandhi went to jail. What if he had met the English at the door with shotguns? Instead of going to jail. I don't want to talk about this anymore because it's just madness. I don't need to be playing these scenarios out. Where what am I gonNa do if this happens? We're going to do that. Happens under a get the chain saw out and cut a couple of trees across the traveling. Then I'm GONNA sit out there with a fifty unbelievable the pickoff off you know you're GONNA die from high blood pressure and a lot of shiny guns. I'm a ticking time bomb. I'm waiting to go off. Copper's free talk live seven nights a week from seven to ten eastern live on the Liberty Radio Network at L. R. N. DOT FM L. R. N. Dot. FM now has a dischord discord is a free text and voice chat platform and we now have our own server ever with a bunch of channels at discord L. R. N. DOT FM. You can join other listeners. As they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night dischord softwares available cross platform. So you can have it on whatever device you want and take your chats anywhere. Join our discord at discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's discord scored dot L. R. N. Dot. FM Are you a crypto currency advocate. The crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help new people discover crypto currency. It's a printable business-card-sized art sized tip that you can give to service providers preferably in addition to a good cash tip when the server scanned secure code. It'll bring up an explanation of crypto currency how to install a wallet and allow them them to claim the tip. If they don't claim the Crypto you get your tip refunded to you after a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email alert create as many tips as you want at crypto tip dot dot org. That's you're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven Eban heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by a follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's welcome to the public news service daily newscasts ask for December nine th two thousand nineteen. I'm Mary Sherman. The FBI is investigating the deadly shooting at Naval Air Station. Pensacola with the presumption that it was an Act of terrorism. We are looking very hard at uncovering his motive and I would ask for patients so we can get this right. That's Rachel Rojo special agent in charge of the FBI's Jacksonville field office. The shooter's identified as twenty one year. Old Mohamed Al Shahrani. A second lieutenant in the Royal Royal Saudi Air Force who was a student of naval flight training at Naval Air Station. He was one of eight hundred fifty two Saudi nationals in the US for military training provided under security cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia. Three sailors were killed in the shooting. Friday eight others were injured. Ultra Ronnie was shot and killed by Sheriff's Deputies Democrats. What's on the house? Judiciary Committee released a fifty five page report Saturday on the constitutional grounds for the impeachment of president. Donald Trump. The report does not say whether trump should be impeached and said leaving the question to the full House of Representatives to decide. President trump is facing backlash for comments. He made while speaking to the Israeli American council Saturday night. A lot of your the real estate business because I know you very well brutal killers not nice people at all but you have to vote for me you have no choice. Did use credit counselling America said. His remarks were deeply offensive and they repeated negative stereotypes that had been used historically to target Jews. Some said trump was also essentially suggesting that American Jews should necessarily be supportive supportive of Israel and the government's right wing policies which critics say plays into the Anti Semitic dual loyalty cliche often used to attack us in the US and other countries he's the president's stance on immigration is apparently behind a nativity scene in southern California. That's causing a stir. The display at Claremont United Methodist Church depicts. Jesus Mary Orient. Joseph as a family separated at the US Mexico border now to Minnesota where some local governments are adopting to the needs other immigrant and refugee populations which how seen double digit increases in Recent Years Mike Mullen reports in Roseville city manager. Patrick Trudging says they've gone to great lengths to make sure these residents have a positive interactions with city hall that includes seeking feedback on how to handle notifications on where to park during snow emergencies. oftentimes where it is most I impacted where. There's no parking options where people don't get the message and get the tickets are around multifamily units and oftentimes house immigrant populations and so we did some very very purposeful engagement in certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers and each unit. Three different languages Trojan says a challenge is trying to convey. That City Hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there major barriers to trusting government. In addition outreach. Roseville is working with the League of Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government. This is p. n. s. the CDC has named the vaping brands brand's most commonly linked to hospitalizations most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had they've liquids that contain THC the part of marijuana That induces a high. Dang vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of the hospitalized patients. Nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC were Tko Ao Smart Cart and Rove Meanwhile Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students but but his also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone Explains Bullet County School. Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette companies over there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue this all on the backs of the attorneys. That have agreed to represent us so any compensation the station that the attorneys get will be based on any kind of favourable judgment or settlement at the district. Jewel the most popular e cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing was geared toward board people who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking. What it called an epidemic Emiko of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth a new study reveals that young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke? Compared with those who don't use the drug at all a recent second study followed the link between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults not much scientific information exists on health risks in cannabis use according to Stanford University Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying marijuana off the street and there's no way of determining Germany whether it's place with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products six were nearly two and a half times more likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana Montana. Ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies. Twenty Year Plan to to invest heavily in fossil fuels. We get the story from Eric tagged off. The Public Service Commission holds to public hearings today on North Western energy's resource procurement chairman plan which includes its intention to run the coal strip coal plant through twenty forty two and build four natural gas plants. It doesn't include any investments in renewable. Oh Energy source is Jeff. Smith Co chairs the Climate Action Group Three Fifty Montana. He notes that utility companies vice-president recently said all of coal strips units would be retired retired within a decade. So which is it is the coal strip. Plant GonNa be open until twenty forty two. who was the vice president? Correct in saying that cost is going. It closed down within the decade. That's a big issue. Most of Coal Strips owners utilities in Idaho Oregon and Washington are pulling out or predict. They'll stop relying on the plant land within the next eight years. I'm Mary Sherman for Public News Service member and listener supported and online at Public News Service Dot Org that lies before me because because of the path that lies behind me I remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a center. Are- I remember that which members we ask. I make them remember we. Don't you're commute here on declare your independence Amir's Cochran visas from people studios of senior at all again. Get that time when you're listening to the show and I do that every top area our. You're like you know everybody's like whatever you know we got here then I go. It's always you're on the edge of your seat to see if I can hit the dock fun whatever but the. Why do that when I first started doing radio I would sing a couple of you know sweet in Boston or whatever and they go? You can't do that. You mean I can't do that. You can't say Bach Radio syncing. You're doing it wrong or something. I didn't give her all the more reason here we free can go. Oh get your own damn show so one of the things you wanted to talk quantum something. What would you say you want to hearing a few minutes? Talk about high technology and quantum AI. Because I've been reading a read a lot. I don't like to publish too much but I do have quite a bit of science science background and you know we you and I've talked about quantum quantum. Ai and what that means that. If you try I WANNA go too far down that path. But I've been reading quite a bit now about why why. Ai will never have consciousness. Why I can never reach the level of human consciousness? Hugh humanity human thought how it will never really be a threat but what people are missing. Is this okay. In the quantum realm time slows down. What that means is there's no virtually no time That's why that's that's why you have the wave particle phenomenon. I don't WanNa get into that. But if you have a is operating in quantum speeds there right in the fact and this is why I want to bring up the right in the fact that the AI in and of itself can ever achieve human consciousness that kind of level of consciousness but what they don't understand is when you're operating at quantum speeds. that a I can project every possible future basically for every possible at them from the beginning of time to the end of time and every possible permutation. That could ever happen. So it can appear or it can simulate omniscience and so it will appear to be conscious it will from a human perspective it will have superior career it will appear to have superior consciousness. It's not true consciousness but because it can no ever a mission omniscience omniscience every single possible future from second to second of what can happen. Between that second in the end of the universe it will have the apparent the true apparent profound a parents of deep consciousness. It will know what you're going to say before you say it. It will know what you're going to think or feel because you say not because it's thinking or feeling but because it can project every possible future from moment the moment because it's operating a timeless environment or virtually it's ass todic timeless. Well one thing that people understand. Stand Okay I you know. I sort of taking grasp how this works. I did do some. You're GonNa make me do this. The imagine this if you have a led lights on the spoke of a bicycle wheel okay and you see poisoning toys. You know they go round and make it look like a circle and sometimes they same shapes and start and they get all kinds of funky when you spin that and you got one. Led on there. You can see a ring. You're going where is that single. Led Lights. Where is it well? It's in that ring there. You know it's in that ring. It's all it's everywhere. Take time slices you can find. Okay let me finish. That's a good point but don't let me finish. So you have this spinning encircle in front of you laid horizontally and you spin it. Well you got this ring. There's a slight. That's their where is the highest probability of it being where where in the universe. Well it's this ring. Okay so if I were to get lucky and I just you know. Shoot a bullet. I might hit hit where it was or is or maybe you but I'm going to be in the wring its highest probability of the result that I'm looking for is in that ring. Now take that and go three dimensional that you're spinning you know that tire. Overlapping other acts another access. So it's now it's a sphere. Okay so where is it well. It's kind of in. You know this this ring you know. This layer layer in this globe like the mantle of the earth or something or read the core wherever you have that line so now in three dimensions okay now imagine that. Led light goes from the hub to the outside. It can move around all right so now. You're going from the center to the outside and it's in a sphere so you just see. This is glowing cloud. Now there's one. Led in there okay. There's one more access now. Let me finish. There's there's a glowing cloud wow there so where is it. What's the highest probability of? That's what quantum is as you're going all those positions are known there were in or out. It's just a cloud cloud that you look at. What's what is the probable outcome of what well what you're really looking for is where as well you know? They're in quantum physics. You can sit there and you go the highest degree of. It's probably in this one thing here. So it's an average. Even though it may know all answers it's an multi-positional on they positional but it's still in one zero to put in zero time environment. That's what's called Super Position in a Su zero time environment it's it can occupy occupy all species at once you have to does. Is You're looking at that cloud until you observe it then becomes not a wave appoint because we know where it is then. I want to make this point. Is that when you sit there. And you're asking quantum acquistion well all the cloud is all possibilities. There's so you go. But I want has a probability it gives you like a search engine here. I have I do research. And it has rating relevance thirty two point. Whatever I've seen what one hundred and eighty or how's it? I don't see algorithm okay. Well in quantum physics. What you're doing is you're looking for the probability polity of where it and they'll say it's probably here ninety two point six percent of what is it for sure no but you do another quantum and they kind of overlaps and after about three at the end? You're pretty freaking shirt. Here's here's an important point to which I love that illustration okay. The cloud is the cloud of possibility right. Now when you talk about probability you're talking about the probability of where it is at a given moment point now remember we're tying the wartime bound which is why we want to know the exact position and we can only find an exact position at a time slice but the light itself self and your illustration in the quantum realm is not tying bound. It's asymptotically two zero time. So it's it's almost not tied up. Which is why it doesn't Operate at probabilities that operates possibilities. We who are time bound are looking for the probable location at a point in time at a time slice. This is a good one here. If I know that that park or that position where is going to be at some point. I don't know when would then maybe probably ninety two point six percent that it'll be there within six months it's going to be at a certain point. Why would I not do all my activism to be ready and be in a position a place a time election cycle twenty years? UB position a place in time. Be ready for when you're no no that that reality is going to come in your ray for other Quanta me. I can manipulate things. Second over second to ensure that it's there at that that point at that point in time six so what I call is gonNA M- reality. I create my own future by going and quantum reality by start taking steps towards a certain thing it starts convergence you create your own reality and this is how it's done and I'm going to show again on occupancy all together well this had to happen to that happen half absolutely because we made. It happened offended Georgia from the six letter of Captain Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago but the crown still claims to own us. When it comes into service against our I will given sufficient ambition? It would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed. It's simply slavery by another name. landlubbers routinely commanded handed disturb the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear as ordered food or face punitive measures the crown insist that you participate in your own oppression a jury summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices ager can vote not guilty unit. It's proven the law was violated a juror. Ken equipped for any reason at all and not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury summonses basically winning the sedition lottery. But if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed. If the crown foolishly crimson pirate jury duty. It behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws. If he master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty eighty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not of kind whether the crown claims a fourteen percent is irrelevant. Most of all a slave owner desires Zaire's contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones and accept their bondage. These how slaves see no contradiction and being drafted in a war to end slavery or summoned to a jury jury to prosecute tax evasion and ideal. Slave knows no higher call than the masters will the crowns highest ambition is that it's slaves revere the Authority subjugates them but the crown does not own me. I will not surrender. My time and treasure to the crowns ambitions. Join the conversation at PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT COM Tom. Tired of your taxes funding endless occupations around the world antiwar DOT COM is run by people who understand that wars abroad become worse at home wars on our freedoms antiwar dot com is dedicated to bringing you the latest in news views interviews and reviews from the top movers and shakers in the anti-occupation Movement Antiwar Antiwar Dot Com. Has It all thorough foreign policy analysis to interviews with whistle blowers who used to run the military industrial complex antiwar pro free market. That's antiwar award dot com the DOT. FM Social media channels have been revamped. We've eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter and mastodon on the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find post from multiple L. R. N. Dot. FM show hosts together in one place. Follow us on twitter at Twitter Dot L. Our end on FM or better yet moved to the decentralized mastodon social media platform at toot dot L. R. N. DOT FM T. O. O. T. Dot L. R. N. DOT FM. And I think you'll like it. The political world is a maddening cesspool of corruption and lies. Nobody tells the truth. Nobody keeps campaign. Promises promises nobody obeys the constitution. NOBODY PUTS THE PEOPLE I. How can we ever escape? This web of tyranny vote furred nobody. Hi My name is nobody. I'm running for Governor of New Hampshire because nobody knows how to live your life better than you do and nobody deserves that kind of power. I WanNa put you back in control of your money. Your lifestyle your work your body in your life. Nobody should rule you. But you You Hampshire convicts many people of so called crimes. That should never have been prosecuted. If elected I will. Pardon every victimless crime. In New Hampshire history this includes drug gambling prostitution gun and driving offenses. Nobody should have a criminal record when they have not harmed anybody cutty. Wouldn't it be nice to have nobody telling you what to do. Learn more at elect nobody dot com elect nobody dot dot com join dot. FM Discord for live chat twenty four seven at discord dot dot FM. That's discord dot dot. FM to be part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six two two six four twenty eight hundred or that now Ernest Hanbok. It ain't ain't ain't got mirka Merck. Man Merck I. This is is now. I referred to him. I started doing radio or probably after I started online I it was Merkin. Erkin could see what it was and people that would call into my so used to do a lot when I am the on radio here in Valley. Of course I take collins the phone freaking light up there but then we're off on whatever you know when I do interviews I have good interviews when I first started doing radio really thought we had like a thirteen week contract. You know because people want to get on they knew we were going to go to war in Iraq and they wanted to live libertarian up there still given the option hell. So that's how that Happen I sold my restaurant go on a sponsored and it was like God thirty thousand dollars back. When thirty thousand dollars is like real money they sponsored? I mean we had the sponsors sponsors and so on. You've got so well this go. Hey we got you covered. Do I go round and I marketed. And he said well. It's just much. I told how much it's going to be. The you know. The sponsored ad take time slot and they go okay. I go well after the thirteen weeks. They were like well. Hey we charge you like half. If you'll keep doing it and I go I all right and then another station. You Know Cape an extra liberty blow torch they we will charge you and then later they go. We'll pay and then they just got sucked in that way. But then you could see what was going on the more popular the show got and more at the dam. Libertarians got an answer for every freaking thing. You know I have plenty of stories. I got plenty of stories so we would do that. And the advertisers the whole. We're GONNA cut you off the whole freaking station because you've got. God Darn Libertarian. Out there being freed kit not allowed. And I'm going I see how this works. Well they're like no he's one of our big rated shows. You know the small stations and so on so go and they'd be all freaked out about because you have arbor trying to go into like five ten thousand listeners or something like that and I go hell ahead that many downloads today. What the Hell we want? You guys are missing. What's common so that's when we started doing the online? Thank and it was for me. I could see that this was going to be the people because of technology and youtube channels and all that it was going to be the people hole. We're going to be able to compete. Because I could see that skateboarding bulldogs got more hits than frequency in it. What about now the D platform you know but but I also knew they were going to go after it to which they have centralized than they control the exactly? So I'm going now. It needs its decentralization. Which is why we did the pirate thing you you know this is what is the pirate thing it's me staking out of position and knowing that the quantum is gonna find me sooner or later and that's what a lot of people do they keep moving chasing the cloud light all the time shiny objects are like cats and lasers man going? Stop just freaking. Play yourself pick a good. It'll come in. They know where he's love Lucien Hits Nago neon free could told you so. Then it's the next thing and the next thing and the next thing and I can see it's going to come around to if it pleases the crown can I occupy my own land. I don't care what the answer is. I won the you know so we were gonna go to the punch line of where we think it's going to land is. They're they're doing it for shuttle manage. They're doing it for heard managed. We know that that's where it's going to land. Well we think shout Chattel L. Chattel managed. You gotTa have heard immunity speak in these terms. You don't WanNa understood more when we started getting chickens. We got the chickens out there. They're happy they're fed. They know where they're at. You know they got enough room they roam around they got it going off. They want to jump the fence. I don't care always come back. Because that's where the food and shelter and get away from coyotes slow ones but so. It's Kinda by Darwin thing so I'm going all right but You know what I'm the rancher harvest whenever I want and I take all your eggs and I I'm going that's exactly how we're seeing what it is. We're just livestock. That's right you know The movie dark waters which was about the teflon being in the water was good movie by the way and the lawyer. The lawyer who fought to pot held up a picture of a baby who had that the hair lip and the I that was often the no one nostril nose and he said by your own documents this is your receptor lit these these companies literally US humans to filter their chemicals goals. We are a filtration system to the solution to pollution is dilution. We did. We did a long long story but bottom line. It was a summer and to keep one of my sons occupied. Because he's you know needs to be occupied intellectually. We did a freedom of information thing with the water water system in Phoenix because he did a thing in school about Dacian as some bs tate. What I WANNA know what's really going on? I don't listen to find out so they tried to block the water department. Give me any information. They were like Hell Ernie. And so how is it used to be editor at Mesa. Tribune is South City Council. Men's chief of staff and I call it so we knew each other Ernie gets bulldog on the blood or something. They ain't going away right so I go a pal. They won't give me access and you guys really play this game giverny. Whatever he watched Mando? You don't even know what's coming so I got all the information nation. Well the whole thing was is that they say as least as long as it's not Hydro Flora Cora were hell. It was that well. That was the one that they were doing and I go. Well now. You say it's not a big deal that the one you said at. least if they don't do that well that's one they're dumping so now. What so what? It was this as I could see how it works. You have these companies that get paid for the disposal of toxic wastes and toxic waste disposal. Title is our water system so we are the filtration filtering forward and then they get paid and I was looking. I did the math. What I wanted to know is how much they made they? They were at best breaking even. And you probably losing money to transport and these tankers chemical that they paid for the injection machinery machinery into the water system. And they you know for the water treatment covered man. We'll take care of it and thought and what they have contracts. Pay Him for this honor to be fluorinated. Take for us and I'm going. They're not making any money. Where are they making the money? It was the disposal. We're the we're the up and I'm going. Why would they do that one since when his Uncle Sam crap about my teeth anyway and I'm going with my teeth? That's why that's why they do it. You know the science that they have have a report shows that at under one hundred parts per billion it helps your teeth at over one hundred parts per billion starts giving you a cancer. Well they don't accommodate eight for the fact that it never leaves your body right and never leaves your body. It accumulates I it's these. They're evil but he go back to the the herd management right we are there experimentation heard so they'll pick a heard over here and they'll try something new over there the pick are heard over here and now of course the big one is GMO's Agent Orange Agent Orange otherwise known as roundup right. So if you look at the total roundup usage edge in the in the world at least in America ninety percent of it is used awfully off label to desecrate desiccated crops standing in the field. We mean off label. Oh you mean not the way they're supposed talking about gluten is like a big deal and everything and we know that kind of stuff until until we you know did a assure standard up in Oregon. We found out that every crop hit with roundup right before the harvest. So everything's things those dead it's easier to harvest. I'm crazy about my magic MUTT. This is the most important oral care. Product created this millenium. And I'm not kidding. We all have different opinions on politics ticks in issues but we all have mouths and I want yours to be as clean as possible with teeth as bright as they were meant to be. I will never be without my magic mud. It's a little surprising in but man does it work. If you only listen to one thing I say ever go to my magic mud dot Com and get twenty percents off with Code F. T. L. my magic mud dot dot com code F.. T. l.. Imagine someone in your community getting in their car turning on the radio and hearing the Liberty Radio Network you can make that vision. A reality with your own micro radio station visit broadcast dot L. R. N. Dot. FM to learn how you can put our programs on the air in your area you can have eller in dot FM running around the clock and you can even add in your own. Local shows building a radio station as simple but programming isn't that's where L. R. N. Don. FM COMES IN LEARN MORE AT BROADCASTS DOT DOT FM. That's broadcast dot L. R. N. dot dot. FM is spreading the message of Liberty Crypto currency and peace around the globe. Worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know. In addition addition to our Internet Feed Lauren Dot. FM broadcast on free to air satellite across north and Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa. And we've been available on satellite satellite for Free Twenty four seven since twenty ten the Laura on. FM FREE TO AIR satellite signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world. And there's no I know doubt. Our ideas are making an impact. You can learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot L. R. N. DOT FM if you'd like to help free minds. Globally with our ideas of liberty crypto currency and peace. You can donate as little as two dollars per month via fund dot L. R. N. Dot. FM You can help us. Continue and expand our satellite broadcast Multiple Continents Visit Fund Dot L. R. N. Dot. FM Today. And thank you for your help. Don't forget to share the link on social media that's fun dot L. R. N. DOT FM. They're basically two types of advertising direct response and branding radios great for direct response with its low cost listener ratio but audio. Can't can't be beat for branding which is a longer term endeavor. You want to be the first thing that someone thinks that when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of mind in your community call the station. If you need national reach freetalklive got around two hundred radio stations. Millions of monthly listening sessions can suit all budgets. And if we don't think we're right for you we'll tell you email me market Arca freetalklive dot com. Some of you asked. And now we've delivered L. R. N. Dot. FM's live keene. New Hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit visit our channel at twitter dot L. R. N. DOT FM and. Give it a follow. If you have Amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give l.. Oh our end on. Fm a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost so please watch follow share and subscribe to twitch dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's twitch dot L. R. Rent Dot FM. Hi I'm Derek J.. I don't want a politician to represent me to me. Government is the idea that one group of the people can coerce everyone to comply with an eating or face increasing punishments up to and including death just might perhaps the most notable of intentions the best government services are far cry from what could be provided for by voluntary interaction. Besides the people who call themselves up to the government tweets wars and put peaceful people in jail for tribes involving their victims if starbucks used some of its money to drop on on so I wouldn't shop there. So why would I support the American Empire. The empire does not require by consent. Derek Jay's victimless crime spree watch it for free and order the director's cut. DVD and victimless crime. SPREE DOT COM. That's victimless crime. SPREE DOT com video of our key. New Hampshire Bay. Shows streamed on D. Live. Please follow and share a D- live ellen dot. FM THAT'S D.. Live Dot L. R. N. Doc. FM There are those that just want to be left alone and those that just won't leave them alone. Which one are you the earnest handcock show? We belong along to some city. You belong to the city and neck song I mean I mean seriously. I'm offering other now Boston teapot. Hey is here now. That's going to be making the party tomorrow more than I probably not. It'll be activist so this is Boston will be here tomorrow. That'd be worth coming right there. Thank God Larkin Rosen. Amanda they're gonNA come they want to play and so on and go. Well what if we can we played. I go what if I say no do you is that what is GonNa get you. Here's you got. Listen I go. How does an anarchist atheist sing Christmas carols? How does that work as one knows that? We're GONNA get where we're going to do. I guess I I've Gone Jingle Bill. Whatever you know so? We'll have some fun. We always get fed. Well Donna nearby we just works out so don ahead two grandkids over last night to finish with the decorations and everything. So she's like I'm behind. I'm like how many grandkids do we got. Man Just hire thus saith is still respect who who others believe is the author of freedom of the universe can they at least respect that part. I think it's getting more. I think it is tell you one thing we've before sixteen like the Christmas of fifteen. There's hardly any Christmas lights was. It's the first rebel against the empire. Come on hey overturned a money. Changer scenes change people's minds the freedom in their own mind. There was a guy in archaic. You know right to keep bare arm list in the nineties and name was Carlos says something. He was a secretary at his church and they made him resign because he refused to take a tagline at the bottom of all his emails and has said the rebel. Jesus that was it. Have Jesus associated with being a rebel. They just could not have that goose. I rebel against the change in mind video. There's always a neo freedom in the air from the empire okay. Well we were talking about while you're gone on. We were talking about this so we're trying to commit Boston to do in this book into right. I'm still thinking about it. It's a great subject. I've been mulling it over for a long long time. What time sorry? The interest is not so much on the occupancy buildings where that leads that. I WanNa know your origin story where it came from. I WANNA I wanNA know how much effort how much money how many sources there were veal. The police force along with education. It's along with sustainable Blah Blah Blah along with because if you have people here whatever my government protects by property right die get to live here and suck it. You can do whatever you want. Well they go. Yeah but we want you to like. Do we WANNA do that. I'm here you're on my land to go. Well then you don't have permission slip to be on your land. All of a sudden things changes now. The thing is is that you don't know Boston. I don't know if you've met John Before I met you first. First Time Ninety nine in Utah about right. Wow you guys know though. He's big but he's read your book. How many of his books have you not read? I have them all. I don't know if I read every word so by having Boston's book this subject and his style duct perfect. Thank you so don't be a slackest. We want time subject. I think I can do the subject. Well Justice story should be told but I'm taking a break from publishing at least not necessarily writing. I do right on the side twenty-five Years Sixteen books quite a strong run so this is a hobby. I don't look I'm not looking for see. That's one thing that people go. Oh My god God they'll take you two years to free me and I'm like I don't give a crap our long it takes man. We're in the presence of true intellectual elitism not ivory. I've ARY Tower early the American American intellectual. That's my love about Boston. Thank you got your stroked man. You came give us the floating all day being very. You'RE GONNA be able to stand up so this is what I want is I want you consider later this and see. There's a lot of people WANNA help one of the things that made clear the audience is I would have the same condition. It is freaking your book you write. Nobody gets it's it's kind of hands off and you may WanNa help and send something but man. There is not by committee. We ain't doing this committee BS their permission slip the timelines. Whatever it's going to be and and I you know I get it but my thing is that I really want it this? This issue addressed a lot of people have taken to going. Yeah it is a good question but earnings just to stupid either. Know how to use Google or something right so they go and they go. Wow you're right this is kind of hidden. I'm going yeah. There's I'm not an idiot. I do this all day every day. I'm telling telling you man there's some sinister plan going on here now. John here is the sinister plan of the planner plan and makes money on it to thank you for doing that. But the show I'm just wanting to make sure that Is there something else we should be thinking about her including what's going on. Well wanted to go back to today. Oh Man I it's all roads lead there now. I'm not talking about what happened in history because today is fairly new was founded in two thousand nine or something like that but it's still same concept global gripped program so they're just taking the systemic griff. That's always gone on right. And they've systematized systematized it and turned it into a profit making scheme to to your point earlier so much so that they were gonNA listed on the stock market so you can buy shares in the Global Rift Program. Oh you'd be first in line that's what you do and you know what would you bought to nail. It's a service organization it's I it would have been the first billion dollar service. IPO LISTING ON THE NYSE corruption service. Seriously I feel. I looked in in a day and I was like. Are you freaking kidding me. It was a dot com back during backer parade inspector and so I don't know I service organizations. I'm not big on because I like something. Physical that moves around right like energy or oil or something like that. Yeah and missiles to understand Stan. Hey that to around. It's hard but Hey Man you know my strategy I hope I lose because if my portfolio loses my personal portfolio folio not my retirement but of my personal portfolio loses the world is winning and if if my personal portfolios winning if the world's losing I might as well have a few bucks while goes down Tom. That's the strategy now. This is one thing Boston. You've been voting rights. Of course you know sears or voting rights so Boston you've written a lot of books on on a lot of things well privacy's included history a lot. You know things in and then of course guns and and you've kind of got an interesting life you lived on the lone prairie of I'm secure and I can see all that will come up on me and and you put like little tin cans out there in financial world and there's all kinds of but you kind of come to the one time I'm the you're coming on the show. And he had this calling card deal and he called early and I called him back and I said look. You know you've got the time wrong. It's an hour and he goes. How'd you get this number? was years ago go I start six nine came up because these cars will work for crap so so now he's gotten man you're you're done man your facial recognition of China whatever they L. I mean they got and they want to put a ring Amazon doorbell my front door facial recognition straight to the police NATO who stay in Boston question. You know this has been on my mind for a while. I'm curious if you're you're kind of view of it if you think towards the future future tech future defense future things. Someone wise once told because unlike concert with robots and drones and lasers EMP's Three D. printed drones that they I quantum computer will send out to terminate you three seconds. You know what's a gun glenn going into than someone wise once said to me you know by people still use bicycles so with lasers and EMP's directed energy weapons and stuff. I like that which everyone should have. I think thank you but where do you think it's going like with a bicycle. -nology and what's I don't WanNa get too far new but what are kind of some thoughts for the future for further gun people over the people out there who have this kind of stuff and like bicycles What about the future? Well Technology's great all the drones and so forth but They're stop well. They don't have a drone for everybody not this week. Hopefully we'll let it get that far but You know Afghanistan for example has resisted foreign military virgins. Four thousand kness could plant all they had action rifles and they held the Soviets at Bay Bay and then began to win Stinger missiles so we could make drones rose through. We Have Three D. printing looking for a great real estate investment. Consider New Hampshire which is Ground Zero for the Liberty Movement. Your first call should be to mark worden from porcupine. Real estate is more than just a real estate agent. Easier New Hampshire concierge. Where are the best places to live? Do you want farms city the burbs or forest do you want a duplex or multifamily buildings. So that Renter's enters pay your mortgage their homes in all price ranges in New Hampshire and mark and help with financing to invest in liberty and property. Mark Gordon can help occupying realestate a state DOT com. Did you know you can listen to Ella Aranda. FM VR free to air satellite channels. We have channels over nearly all of North America and much of Africa Brecca. All you need is an affordable receiver and a dish is smallest thirty inches. There are no monthly fees. Learn more at Sat L. R. N. DOT FM plus if you are a broadcaster Sir or want to be one. This is a good delivery method for our content. See our coverage maps and get details at sat dot L. R. N. Dot. FM THAT SAD FM sat L. R. N. DOT FM. On Free Talk Live. We're bringing people to the ideas of liberty. Every day from wrestling superstars. Like Glenn Jacobs you guys really are. We are having an impact. I believe like I said a lot of where I am now is due to listening. Free Talk Live. You change my mind on some very very important issues. YEARS AGO to random people tuning in on the radio. Alice stuck in the Les Parrott on your show by chance on Saturday night right from there I went on join the free state project in become an amplifier. So I mean that's really the reason why I am is because I know that if it wasn't for are you being honest with you are never would have found the ideas of liberty. Your ample directly change more lives by getting free talk live in front of people looking for Talk Radio Radio Online and on the air when you am free talk live you get perks like access to the amp only facebook group and an podcast visit amp dot freetalklive dot dot com. Are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. bitcoin is a stateless free-market non-political Currency Bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You are helping the state eight. Stop doing it. You have incredible alternative available now learn it years. It spread it get started with Bitcoin at BITCOIN DOT COM. That's BITCOIN COIN DOT COM. Now that you've found the Liberty Radio Network at L. Orenda FM. You may want to help expose others to our great programs to assist you in doing so. You'll find resources at promote dot L. DOT FM including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. You can print out and distribute manners for your website as well. LS files it will allow your make your own custom banners and Graphics Visit Promote Dot L. DOT FM and help bring new listeners to the Liberty Radio Network that's promote dot L. DOC FM. The Free State Project Has Reached its goal of twenty thousand. Liberty Lovers who've pledged to move to New Hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to figure out what part of New Hampshire should be your destination. If so consider keen you'll find more than one hundred and fifty reasons to move too keen at at move dot free. Keen Dot com keen is famous for its historic publicity generating activism as well as being the liberty media capital of the world. It's home to freaking Dot com New Hampshire's destination for Liberty Activism News and opinion for years. We've been compiling over one hundred and fifty reasons to move too keen at Move Dot Free Keen Dot Com. Where you'll learn about some of what's happening here? And what makes keen a great place to live. If you love liberty you'll probably enjoy anywhere you end up in the Shire. But what do your due diligence. I please visit Move Dot Free Keen Dot Com for the full list of over one hundred and fifty reasons to move to keene. That's move dot free keen gene DOT COM. You're listening to the best liberty oriented audio streamed around the clock on the air and online. This is the Liberty Radio Network at L. Alread DOT FM and now live from the studios of Freedoms Phoenix Ernest hand-pumped. I feel like I feel lack. Feel like I was looking into the twilight loan. Just to uh-huh just one thing find out last night from Boston's awesome awesome. Mr I'd do. You can't find me. I don't know clandestine secret bunker. Of and all of a sudden now he's like gets his Donald Trump tweets every morning joined the him and Dr Frank Man they they do it up so he starts it. And what's the first thing he does he gets band. I was in twitter for about three weeks. twit Mo- do just being me Explain it to me. I didn't know band already crap. They suspended it only joined in October. It's Kenneth w the number one is the account and you can't beat Kenneth Royce Kenneth W Royce one one all one word. Yeah Kenneth Breath W Royce one R O Y C one initial one. The number the number one number one okay number one. So Kenneth W Royce. Do you go on you know your Boston. Or what Kenneth Royce Boston Tea Party with a flag in between the names see. I know that your your later years decade aliens find out you know you. You had a name Kenneth Royce and I'm going I know that your real name is it no we don't know okay. Can we don't care. Call Boston Independent tweet. I have is about modules three still being blocked on on Amazon if five star reviews on Amazon and it's been currently unavailable for months. Now you're modules manhood thing the third one third one mom you know you got a copy with. I don't but I'll make it alright. Yeah I got. Yeah they're up there bottles manhood Eh. There so three. What the hell is big giant freaking? That's right does that include the others or is it just no no reach the third of so that was Doria the pen no. It's called Logo Rio de on or so. I gotTa have a copy. Well well see the thing what I tell you this story. This is good Boston's at Liber topiary. And he's given a presentation to bunch. These millennials of S J W whatever the hell and and he and I were at lunch or something I'm going I don't know how this is going to go man. This is going to be entertainers right before my talk. Yeah Yeah Yeah so I'M GONNA be. I'll be there. I WANNA see this. He he went up and he goes God. You know women need some like real man. What the hell slaps them around? So you got a couple of j w what about you know whatever the hell. WE'LL SEE BOSTON. Just beat the crap out of them at the end of it standing Leila Boston right. Odd Com going okay. You Win Man. They've never or heard the message on how to be a man. Most of them showed up real quick for the audience. What you're kind of skip to the ending is in my view and historically quickly men have been walking solutions men know how to cope with life? Men protect provide and procreate. That's a man and if you're not doing that or can't do that if you have to rely on other men for your survival to get through in life by life you're not a man yet you move your mail but that's it okay. There was a a team that I saw recently had a big impact on me and it said men defend and protect women not because they're weak but because they're important right exactly and I'm just lie. Woo that's what they do not day them though day who they Ernie handle no man but they don't WanNa leave me alone. I can tell you that and you know I. I don't mean to interrupt with this movie dark waters you should see it. I'm surprised to got made the very end of the movie. He said it took an uneducated farmer her to tell me what what that it's our power we have to take it into our own hands to protect ourselves because the system isn't going to do it and people who believe the the system are subject to a lie that was in a mainstream wealth and mainstream movie and really surprised crate movie. Make sure you watch dark waters. All right I saw Harkins. It was only at the artsy theater but it was very earthy really. Well done very entertaining and very individualistic in your own hands. Well why why do they even. How come I haven't heard about well? What visually produced by the STAR Mark? Ruffalo the guy replace Hulk he produced executive produced it and I think he also directed looks like he's in it to a great concept about the UH contamination. Yeah and so forth but I know but that message at the end was just a real pie. It was a boom. It was no one's GonNa do this for you. What's what about what? Why is he there? What's going to pont polluting? The waters with a tough line and they were saying it wasn't regulated. Because when the regulation in came out nineteen fifty-three it was about self-regulation of known poisonous substances and when tough loan was first produced wasn't known to be poisonous so it never got on the list and he said no never got on my radar. How how long have you been out weeks? It's fantastic really really. Well done really well done very individual pro old style. MERICA take in your own hands. Do it be a man. Yeah that's that relates relates to what I call Cowboy Ethics Nasqad. A bunch of stars is a star-studded deal here at very very well done. You know someone who's lived on his as a family land for four generations. You know cattle rancher. Whatever they don't need to read Andrea and I understand you know handshake deal? You got the spin on some time with ammon Bundy just last month and about this occupancy. Ernie this you're right. You know this guy. He goes understand he wants he wants to help. He said when you get in this time to grandma show up now. Let's do it. I'm like all right. So his thing was is. He said the only time you have any interaction with government is when you contract with them and he goes. There is no if you're not in contract with them like you know like did they had for water rights or some crap like that and then of course they violate the contract and that's what they were doing enforcing the contract and he goes the other one is the only time they have jurisdiction over any kind of thing is when you're violating somebody else's use of their land you know you're polluting or you're doing your whatever then it's appropriate. What about pollution? I go well when there's somebody's damaged damaged that that's the proper role of government and these guys but that's not the US government to prevent them from being liable and going so when you get past that that when when you start to understand. The government is there to protect the polluters. That's very clear in this movie that they're the government's there too. It's protecting the pollutant. I'm I'm with you brother okay. This isn't a theater now. Yes it is very good all right. Should I wait to watch it for free on whatever or you know. There's a movie movie to support. It's worth I don. I trying to get to the movies I mean. Here's a couple of things I want to go. See it you know. It's just hours so busy all the time and There have been some movie or inspirational. Oh Yeah you wanted to watch a silent something. Oh good quiet or recently on Dvd a quiet place blunt and her husband John Kuczynski a fantastic Saif Saifi but near future alien invasion all Larry Nasty of. It's very good yes surprisingly young very go. Go scare the crap out of me indeed. Suspense there's a countermeasure if you gotta learn the measure. It's really interesting. I like that throughout the movie. I'm like why don't you think about this way. I'm like believe overwhelming overwhelming with white noise or something every strength is inherently inversely weakness. So what is aliens common. They don't see but they have really good hearing so they're kind of like daredevil they can see with sound like bats or wherever they go into. Ill taken out humanity and humanity. But you know that. That's the site by premise. But what is you L. D. Part about you like so much. What what is just always very well done? I like Emily Blunt a lot. I think this is probably some of our best absolutely but there's a metaphor there to through the metaphor is instead of aliens. How about drums right? There's catch that too in this. SORTA the anti-drunk are so like I don't know if they intended that John McCain before he's going Mr John Q.. Public and he goes. Where's guns play? Play into this thing you see. I don't see L Neil Smith put it really well. He goes the gun issues. Just a bulk in mind meld into how the State sees you. It's not God Sarah Mindset. You GotTa think from the future okay. It very very soon. If not already drones are patrolling the skies with five mile currently five-mile mile hurrying capability you fire gun. They can triangulate you in less than three seconds. Okay so I'm not saying bicycles aren't useful. They are but you've got to think from the perspective of the future when drones have a grid which were very close to having and they can triangulate you in one second from one sound. What do you do? You gotta come up with the county you gotta you gotTa get what we're here with the photo radar camps you know they disabled people. Renegades renegades went off their back in strength on every corner grown and painting up you love by tyrone there's a flame thrower drone out there that have chainsaw. They got drones chainsaw trees and power lines whatever pants because of the future in the television. Of course he's smart. Data Stream live on frames. PHOENIX DOT COM top. Right you go in there and declare your independence. We're GONNA be yacking it and this is going to be good. Get of course we'll put the archive up and you'll have it but this is secret secret secret secret. Stop off off off the air. We kind of we might even say a bad word. We have some good news. The indictments against raw celebrate in the district of Maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled wild. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that Ross engaged murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at roles. Outbreak denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury. PUTT was trumpeted by the federal government. And the media. As if it were proven fact the Maryland Court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's Caisson Jason. Leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in Ross's appeal to the Supreme Court the fact that the judge used these allegations give all dirk lenient sentence of double life without parole violated violated his sixth amendment right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions. decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged at trial. Although so this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set. Ross free now. A presidential pardon is Ross. His only hope of freedom sign the petition at free. Ross Dot Org Fri Roth Dot Org. There are lots of ways to listen to freetalklive. Our podcast has been around since podcasts began and now the F. T. L. feed is is loaded with content besides are full show archives. Did you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows the one with just the daily digest and one with just the edging post. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com. So you've signed the Shire Society Declaration and are planning your move to New Hampshire to be around more liberty oriented people next sign up for the Shire Society Forum at Forum Dot Shire Society Dot Com. There are a bunch of people there who are already in the Shire and they want to meet you. If you're already in the Shire physically really you should also come by the forums. Remember not everyone uses facebook. New People are signing up for the Shire Society Forum every month so drop in and say hello at where. The rubber meets the road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means to you. Speed Radio Radio Network Live at heart. NEWS FEEDS DOT com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's welcome to the Public News Service Service Daily Newscasts for December Ninth Twenty nineteen. I'm Mary Sherman. The FBI is investigating the deadly shooting at Naval Air Station. Pensacola with the presumption that it was an act of terrorism. We are looking very hard at uncovering his motive and I would ask for patients so we can get this right right. That's Rachel Rojo special agent in charge of the FBI's Jacksonville field office. The shooter's identified as twenty one year. Old Mohamed Al Shahrani. A second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air Force was a student of naval flight training at the Naval Air Station. He was one of eight hundred fifty two Saudi nationals in the US for military training provided provided under a security cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia. Three Sandler's were killed in the shooting. Friday eight others were injured. Al Shahrani was shot and killed by Sheriff's Deputies Democrats on the House. Judiciary Committee released a fifty five page report Saturday on the constitutional grounds for the impeachment of president. Donald Trump. The report does not say whether trump should be impeached impeached. Instead leaving the question to the full House of Representatives to decide president trump is facing backlash for comments. He made while speaking to the Israeli American council Saturday night. A lot of you're the real estate business because I know you very well you brutal killers not nice people at all but you have to vote for him. You have no choice did you. Democrat Council of America said. His remarks were deeply the offensive and that they repeated negative stereotypes that had been used historically to target Jews. Some said trump was also essentially suggesting that American Jews should necessarily -sarily be supportive of Israel and the government's right wing policies which critics say plays into the antisemitic dual. Loyalty cliche often used to attack us. In the US and other countries the president stance on immigration is apparently behind Nativity scene in southern California. That's causing a stir. The display at Clermont United Methodist Church depicts it depicts Jesus Mary and Joseph as a family separated at the US Mexico border now to Minnesota where some local governments are opting to meet the needs other immigrant refugee populations appellations which housing double digit increases in recent years. Mike Mullen reports in Roseville city manager. Patrick Trudging says they've gone to great lengths to make sure are these residents have positive interactions with city hall that includes seeking feedback on how to handle notifications on where part during snow emergencies. oftentimes were it is most impacted where there's no parking options or people don't get the message and get the tickets are around multifamily units. oftentimes those house immigrant populations the so. We did some very purposeful engagement. In certain apartment buildings and literally dropped off door hangers at each unit. Three different languages drudge and says a challenge is trying to convey. That City Hall wants to be helpful when many immigrants are coming from countries where there major barriers to trusting government. It addition outreach. Roseville is working with the League Minnesota cities in a national program to train municipalities on how to advance racial equity through local government. This is p. n. s. the CDC his name. The vaping brands most commonly linked to hospitalizations. Most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who've suffered lung damage had liquids that contain. THC The the part of marijuana that induces a High Dank vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of hospitalized patients nationwide other products named in the list from the CDC he worked Tko Smart Cart and Rove meanwhile Kentucky School districts trying to stem the tide of vaping. That's not only harmful to the health of their middle and high school students students but has also draining resources. Nadia Ramleh Gone Explains Bullet County School. Superintendent Jesse Bacon recently announced that his district is suing e cigarette red companies over there targeted marketing to young people. We're not using district funds to pursue. This is all on the backs of the attorneys that have agreed to represent us so any compensation that the attorneys would be based on any kind of favorable judgment or settlement at the district gets jewel. The most popular e cigarette manufacturer maintains its marketing getting was geared toward people who already were smokers. Last week the Fayette County Public Schools Board unanimously voted to sue jewel and other companies for sparking what it called an epidemic of nicotine addiction among students in the Commonwealth and new study reveals. That young people who use marijuana frequently are more than twice as likely to have a stroke compared compared with those who don't use the drug at all a recent study found a link between marijuana use and an increased risk of heart rhythm problems and young adults. Not much scientific information exists. Is this on health. Risks and cannabis use according to Stanford University. Dr Robert Harrington who's president of the American Heart Association if someone's buying marijuana off the street there's no way of determining whether it's place with PCP or cocaine or any other stimulant researchers found that young people who use marijuana more than ten days a month but who did not use tobacco products were nearly two and a half times more likely to have a stroke than people who did not use marijuana Montana. Ratepayers are rallying today against northwestern energies twenty twenty year plan to Invest Heavily in fossil fuels. We get the story from Eric Tagged off the Public Service Commission holds to public hearings today on North. Western energy's is resource procurement plan which includes its intention to run the coal strip coal plant through twenty forty two and build four natural gas plants. It doesn't include any investments mints and Renewable Energy Sources Jeff Smith Co chairs the Climate Action Group Three Fifty Montana. He notes that utility companies vice president recently said all of coal strips kids units would be retired within a decade. So which is it is the coal strip. Plant GonNa be open until twenty forty two. Who is the vice president? Correct in saying that the coast with is going to close down within the decade. That's a big issue. Most of Coal Strip owners utilities in Idaho Oregon and Washington are pulling out or predict. They'll stop doc relying on the plant within the next eight years. I'm Mary Sherman for Public News Service member and listener supported and online public news service DOT ORG happy Monday listeners of Liberty Liberty and before we get into today's interview with Joshua childress. I want to tell you about an awesome concept. An awesome program called health excellence plus this is one of our first sponsors and they are an incredible free market alternative to our standard corporate government manipulated government regulated health insurance. And if you're just sick of dealing with health insurance with high deductibles with the obamacare mandates you have to check out health excellence. Plus I recently did an interview with the CO founder Jeff Cantor I will post that over at Lyons of liberty dot com slash health. where he really dig into the specifics of this program? A lot of you have had questions about about it. A lot of you are in an open enrollment period with your work. Or what have you and have some decisions to make. So I implore you to check out excellent plus they do not have an open enrollment period by the way so so you can sign up with them all year long but I know many of you. You are in a situation based on the government and corporate rules that you have to choose their healthcare services within this small window so while you're weighing your options you must check out health excellence. Plus you'll be shocked at how much money you could save depending on your situation of course so you could find that all lions of liberty dot dot com slash health and I will also post the link over in today's show notes which you can find it. Lions of Liberty Dot com slash for two thousand nine. Welcome to the lines podcast. Here's your your your shining beacon of Liberty Mark Claire All all right. My guest. Today is a veteran of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars and a former border patrol agent. He has since quit the border patrol and become a passionate voice speaking speaking out against our current border policy. I heard him on Thaddeus Russell's unregistered podcast sometime ago and I'm pleased to welcome here today. He is Joshua childress Eldridge Joshua. Are you ready to roar. Let's do this awesome man now Joshua. I think a lot of our listeners have have possibly heard you on some other shows on the aforementioned unregistered with attias Russell. Also I know you've been on a peak when Yonah show remain beyond the wall a couple of times but really really want to get into you. I with is kind of where you were before you got into even the border patrol or or even a solar really. I'm kind of curious what your political thoughts were when you were younger and then kind of maybe what you down the path to joining the military and eventually joining the border patrol what. What really inspired that that part of your life? There's a lot there. Yeah all the time in the world I so I I come from a very blue collar upbringing guests. I guess you could say my dad was a carpenter. My mom you know had some jobs turn there but it was largely just a homemaker. Say just homemaker. I'm GONNA catch some feminists ship for that but Anyway for that. You're deputy catch. Had you prevented for saying feminist shit. Yeah exactly they'll get you one way or the other But I I like feminism. It's all cool So yes I was raised Canada in small towns. We moved ally my dad due to my dad's job and we ended up in a tiny tiny little town in Colorado. That's where I ended up going to high school and there was nothing there that is just it's beautiful Really Nice people and I looked at the people that were are sticking around and the ones that didn't go to college they stick around and get a job and I was just like that's not what I want for my life but but I had kind of I mean I'd I'd always done well in school but I just had no interest in it so by the time I had you know by the time I senior year came around. There was no prospect for scholarship or anything like that and so the recruiter showed up and was like. Hey we'll get you out of here and I said okay so there wasn't like A. It wasn't a patriotic deal. At all it was it was necessity acidy it was. I didn't want to stay there I wanted to get. I wanted to go somewhere where I couldn't leave. It was a ticket out of town. Essentially right right if I if I would have gone to college I'd say could I could take out loans and I can always just turn tail and run. Can't do that in the army so it was kind of a you know I knew myself well enough to know that That that they would keep away. was that sort of an intentional boxer self end and sort of force yourself to commit by joining up with someone that was going to force you to prevent event. What kind of whether you want it to or not? Yeah I think so and I mean it was ninety nine so it was a I joined in ninety nine and there's no horizon of war as far as I could see so I thought I'm going to go get some job training. I was a welder. You know that was my my job skill that I learned the bill. Learn to shoot at the shoot some more at the rain engine. You know God yeah exercises right. Yeah I got paid to work out every day it was it was kind of a sweet gig. They sent me to career was my first duty station and and you know it was still peacetime. It was very peaceful there so I mean we went out every night it was it was great and obviously at yeah. Obviously that changed a couple of years later. Yeah yeah very much. So far as like philosophically I mean my father was a very very conservative. You know and I would work with him over the summers mors. And we listen to rush. LIMBAUGH A G Gordon Liddy Dr Laura Barry Very right wing. That was my first kind of exposure to politics but I loved it. I really really enjoyed hearing the you know here in the concepts and the ideas and everything so I kinda ate it up but being a rebellious young man that I was I left home and just threw it all out the window I was into a kind of alternative is a punk rock some hip hop stuff like that so kind of counter cultural stuff anyways and once I was out on my own. That's just really really what I gravitated towards I was I didn't really hang out with other army dudes I'd go and like find a coffee shop and like hang out with the other punks and the the Raver kids in like the you you know beat Nixon it just just kind of anybody that was like not normal. I wanted to be around. So that was that was kind of where I found myself early on in life and So my my first real exposure to libertarianism 'cause I I would come home on leave and talk to my dad about all these new Political Ideas I've been finding and you know I called myself a liberal and he's like you know I don't I don't think ears much. A liberal as a libertarian looked it up and I thought okay well that does fit pretty. Well I started reading a little bit and so the pendulum's go back and forth on that throughout my life. It's it's very far in one direction right now but yeah so this is before you really firmly held those views you were just like kind of research to get. You heard the word. Your Dad said you're this and the idea is starting to seep in. But you weren't by any means. Sort of hardcore libertarian. At that point I would say right right and I wouldn't. I didn't even know what it meant. You know like the economics of it didn't even come into my views so much later it was more like. Oh I want to do whatever. Oh I don't want anybody telling me what to do. I must be a libertarian And I I read a lot of Robert heinlein early on so that that was that that was kind of rather when everybody else was reading like Boston and everything like that I was reading Heinlein and I was like okay. This is my. This is my political philosophy right. So whoa how things change for you. What do you I heard about nine? Eleven when you first started getting new orders that we're probably way off base originally thought you were going to be doing in the military. What what was that? The whole experience like God. It was strange so on that day I had just been sent back to our headquarters from our motor pool. We'll to pick up some paperwork and happen to walk into the office as you know in its on TV. And I'm watching it. Go down and I'm just like okay. Okay things are very clear things were things had just changed and ever on everybody's faces. They're like go back. Tell you guys what happens happens. Tell them we're basically we're getting ready And we didn't actually right away We were I was in a I was a welder or for a an artillery unit. There wasn't a whole lot of us for our type of artillery in Afghanistan. We didn't go up Ghanistan right and then but I mean immediately it was like come and go as you please just show up to work was was our mindset then overnight it was like we have twenty for our guard rotations on Bass and there's lines to get in and out of the base because there's like super tight security now and you have to actually show your ID to get in and it was just overnight overnight. Things completely shifted and never went back to the way they were before we know from your story. Of course that inner time is a Border Patrol agent whale. Now you started to question Samat eventually and eventually quit. But I'm curious in your time in the military was were there points research question that mission as well or not really at that point yet so so going to Iraq I was. I mean I was. I was pretty deep into punk rock and very Skeptical about everything especially everything government related and I hated the military. I thought it was a stupid. It's like the most inefficient way to do anything It really is just a email bombing. Things isn't the way to from the ground problems just like you know. I think Johnston said something to the effect. I have no respect for any man that marches in columns and rows like just from the mine just the way that they walk across the street and everything everything that they do. It's just inefficient and stupid. And it's kind of an interesting juxtaposition between you're interested in love of punk rock because what's less punk rock than than being in the military and lining of even relative following orders. Yeah it was. Yeah that that part of me blossomed at at very much the wrong time or maybe the right time or the right time. Yeah Yeah but Yeah walking around the barracks in like flat and spikes still kept boots. You get some some looks especially really from the higher ups But anyway so back to. Yeah when I found out I was going to Iraq I was like I just assumed. Okay yeah weapons of mass destruction. We gotta go do this so I guess I was mostly along for the ride and honestly I cringe looking back a little bit now but I was just like I'm a part of history like I'm going to go experience part of history as very excited about that. I have always not well not always I was I was kinda pushed grownup honestly but You know being in the military pushing myself a little bit I. Did you know develop thirst for like excitement and adventure so the idea of flying flying around the world and going to a foreign place like seeing something brand new that most people never see. That was very exciting to me And I went and it was very very was very not exciting. Deployment I mean. We got mortars launched at US on a fairly regular basis but they're very inaccurate and nothing even even got close so it was just like you got used to it and it was a pretty neat parts about it but so I went and and I only spent five or six months there and then might they. I was supposed to be getting out. But they held on to me just to to go to the to to go on the deployment and once you know quote unquote. The mission was accomplished when when the president stood on the ship and said you know mission accomplished accomplished. We're all good. Yeah those of us that weren't considered essential. We could go so I left and I didn't. I didn't really think that much about it. And and then it was. You know I got out went. You know just went to work then a few years later I was like wow these. These wars are still short going on right. Didn't we accomplished purpose. That mission and we were told so there was me that looked at that and I thought well you know these guys that I that I like you know like hanging out within that served side. They're still over there. They're still going back and I only did that one little time so there was a part of me. That just felt like I needed to do more. You know. So that's when I joined the National Guard I found that the Arizona Honor Guard was going to Afghanistan. And I I mean I literally joined to go to Afghanistan. I mean because I knew there were going right away. And they're like well. It's a six six year contract. I'm like well I'll just ride the other five years out but So I did. I went to Afghanistan and I request to infantries. I wasn't just a welder I was actually out going on patrols and stuff like that and still. It wasn't all all that exciting wasn't what I was looking for. I kind of wanted that excitement. I wanted to experience that That oh crap moment of like am I gonNa live or die and there were some kind of scary parts but it it it it never materialized to be the you know the Hollywood they would version of it that I was seeking right right. Lotta so was that like somewhat disappointing away like it. Was it not as exciting as he thought it would be. It was it was it. I mean part of it was the you know the excitement that was lacking but also part of it as previously stated it's a horribly early in Inefficient machine so we had a really good group of guys in my platoon. And we. I mean we could have accomplished a fair amount of things but our our our chain of command was just so scared to do anything scared to get involved in anything so they basically shot it down any any missions that we proposed so we more or less walked around a lot and like showed a presence. was what you know. A it's like a show of force or presence patrol like basically just showing people haywar here. Don't forget that we're here so a lot of it just felt like wasted time time and there was you know. I'm I'm analyzing everything all the time there were there. Were definitely points. Where I've you know uh-huh sitting on my caught thinking like I don't really blame these guys? That are like shooting rockets at it. It's like taking potshots at us. Like if they came to Colorado were they came to Arizona and and set up shop and and marched through my streets. I'd be taking shots too so I don't think that famous Ron Paul speech where he says you know what if they're Chinese troops in Texas. How do we respond if it was reversed right so there was that but I'm also a little stubborn so you know oh in my mind well just because my little national guard unit was a little inefficient and not doing things the best way will that just means special operations operations those guys they go in bed with the locals they go in like work with the locals and find out nitty gritty? They find they get the good intelligence and they're they're the ones that are actually getting stuff done. So that was what I decided to do. instead was start trying out for that. It's still sort of had the Hollywood image in in your mind of that of that side of things like special forces side right and I'll say this I was single. No kids no wife. It was just me so it was like it. Was You know I had the luxury of making all these reckless decisions right so that was basically when I got back from Afghanistan I worked for like a year and I wanted to go back to school so I went back to school fulltime you started using my gi bill. And but I also started the training to try out for for Special Operations National Guard has a a kind of a pathway to do that then you have opportunities to go active if you want to but anyway so I was. I was training for that going to college. And I just happen. Open to put in an application with the border patrol off of the advice of A buddy of mine. He's like yeah. He did it for his civilian job. He was in the guard. And he's like yeah. I think you'd really like it. You know like being outdoors like guns found exciting sometimes. But you're basically on your own you know you don't really have anybody telling you what to do taught uncle. That sounds interesting so I I put the application in and and kind of forgot about it I mean it was. It's a really long. Hiring hiring process took close to two years before actually got a job offer from the point that I that I put my application in so I you know I'm going to college in. It's time to either sign up for the next semester Go do my try out for the Special Forces or take this job offer from the border patrol and there's no lake. There was no patriotism or you know love of country or anything built into this decision. It was literally just well if I go to the border patrol and they don't like it Army in college are still going to be there right so armee where they're gonNA keep you in you job. You can quit like any other right right so it was just it. Was You know purely just a logical deduction and so I went thoughts going in and like did you have any like political ideas or philosophical ideas about immigration about borders. This is even something on your radar. Well so in Inbetween my time in the army and the National Guard. You know I mostly worked construction and we didn't have podcast then so really. The only thing there was this was talk radio. Because you know I don't really you know there was none of the music that they played on the radio mic kind of thing so talk. Radio is the only thing ahead so I mean my only real opinions of immigration policy came from what rush limbaugh Glenn Beck had to say which which is basically you know well legal immigration is good illegals bad you know stop the terrorists etcetera etcetera so that that was kind of my. I mean. I didn't have really strong feelings. One way or the other. It was just like well. The job needs to be done. Maybe we'll be going into this job. Maybe with a vague idea about about immigration or borders. But it doesn't sound like a major issue you thought about. And then so what what was day-today life like as a border patrol agent like what was a typical day like how often were you actually encountering like literal. You know immigrants that you had to actually physically and I don't know if you're chasing them down on foot or what. What what? What was that experience like? or how often was it. Maybe just kind of boring like just sitting around eating so I went to Yuma and Yuma was in like two thousand five two thousand six two thousand seven being completely overrun. I mean it was a madhouse there. You can go on youtube and see videos of like you know just groups and groups of people people just rushing across and then so that's when George W decided to take action and went down to human got all the fences builds. And you know by two thousand eight all the fencing and everything was built an and you know they called it. They got it under control role so activity kind of died off and they saw we won. You know we solve the problem because their apprehensions just went from like back hundreds a day to like a few a week Now that's kind of the story that they told us as we were coming in there. Are you know giving us the history of of Yuma station. And they're telling us that and I don't remember when it was but somewhere along the way I was like they're coming coming here for jobs in two thousand eight. Something happened with all of our jobs here in America. Maybe the fence didn't do as much as we thought it did. Maybe it was Stop being jobs for them to come over to look for So basically they did they put up the fencing and if you just look at that section of the pie that slice operates Yeah apprehensions. Pensions did go down. But if you look at the stations to the east stations to the West their apprehension probably what went up a little bit they just found in a different speaker pointed to come through right or a longer more dangerous section of desert to cross through some people might hear this and regardless of their thoughts on immigration. Might you thinking Oh so while walls do work. You know offenses do works. So what what are your thoughts on that. Do you think this is the moral part. Aside for a moment. Is that kind of the thing. Ineffective Way to stem illegal immigration is effective to appoint. So I I like to use San Louis says a a kind of a a metric. You know it's it's in the very corner of the state of Arizona the Southwest Corner And in that little corner corner of the state there are three layers of fencing is a really good one of those really tall fences. And then there's Maybe fifty a yards and then another tall fence and then just enough room for a vehicle to drive through a chain link fence. So there's three fences right in a row and they have to get over all three of those to get into the neighborhood which is like a football field away So if I'm working in San Luis Arizona on the West Side. I've I got less than a minute. If somebody comes over that fence the first fence I've got less than a minute to get from wherever I am too there to apprehend them so those fences generally bias that minute So it can be effective to a degree. Now that's where You know that's where the the you know. The closest neighborhood is now if you start going up the north side of the of the border and and the neighborhoods a little bit farther away and there's not as much visibility on them. They have cut through the fence with torches access There's a this Mesh that I've seen they've broken through with screwdrivers Cordless Saws in the time that I was there were two tunnels discovered in that little little like two miles. Section so to underground underground tunnels to tunnels tunnels in six years have been discovered now. How many of them haven't been discovered right so they they are effective active to a degree especially around populated areas? But if you're talking about like a wide open area which if they're saying they want a wall or a fence along the whole border order you're talking about a wide open area some of those places that's three or four day trek from the border up to a highway so it's if it takes them forty forty five seconds to get over the fence. You've delayed their four day trek by forty five second and you've spent billions of dollars to do it so it just like there's parts where it just it doesn't make any sense and there's parts where depending on your view it makes a little bit of sense to get a little bit control. Hold your horses. Kitty cats I have to jump in in here for one second and tell you about. Another great libertarian. PODCAST and this one is not your typical podcast. This one doesn't really focus so much on the ideas of liberty pretty but on music and who doesn't love music in some form or another. I guess some people don't but who really wants to know those people anyway. Let's be honest anyway. The show is aptly titled Old. Sounds like liberty sounds like liberty is hosted by liberties favorite nerdy husband. Nick picone and his wife Lizzie. They speak to guess every single week back to find out who has the best music taste here and Kapustan alliance liberty have actually been on the show at least a good number of US myself. Brian McWilliams and Howie Snowden and have all been on sounds like liberty. We're still waiting for the John Obermann episode. But we're not sir. John Listens to music because already he doesn't watch movies. So here's what I want you to do. I want you to go ahead and go on to and CAP MUSIC DOT COM and check out. Sounds like liberty or search. Sounds like liberty on your favorite pod catcher. That's all I do is stick completely to the catchers sounds like liberty is an excellent show and really does a great job of merging culture music and liberty together a highly recommend this program. If that wasn't enough the show is co hosted by an African American female and CAP. I mean what what more could you ask for and by the way nick did. Tell me to say that in the ADS. Do checkout sounds like liberty go to an cap music dot com right now to learn more. Your interactions with immigrants like immigrants. Apprehended did did you know. I don't know how much you actually spoke to them. I guess there's probably a lot of language barrier but I I'm just curious. Did you learn anything new that maybe you know tell you something about one. A lot of these people were going through and the reason they were coming over that. Maybe you hadn't thought of before. Oh yeah yeah well Like I said I I worked construction Between my time in the military. And you know as you as you might be able to imagine a lot of my co workers were emigrants In that field and most of them were Super Nice. Guy Is in pleasure to work with in hard workers all that stuff so I I think over time I started to see those guys that I had worked with previously in these people that I were catching catching so you know in muster every day you know they they like to harp on. Will you know last night. So and so this Guy Hi and they they took him back to processing and get a rap sheet a mile long and you know he'd been convicted of murder previously. Or he you know he's a rapist or this or that so they really highlight those in cases where there are actual bad guys. So that's I'm not saying I'm not trying to sugarcoat. Say That like will you know. Everybody's just like skipping across the border with flower petals dropping behind them like no there are some bad guys. There's like there's like there's still dudes that I'm like I remember like looking at them and seeing debt is and just being like and I hope that the fight back like you know there's some scary dudes dudes down there but there's also people physically resisted people generally say okay. I'm caught by border patrol. Like I know that I can't answer. Most of the time they were they they were like. Yeah you got like pretty compliant And even the Times where they kind of like. They'll test the waters a little bit like they'll buck up a little bit and as long as you just like maintain aggressiveness with them and let them know like no. You're not getting you know you're not getting better today. It usually does is out pretty quick I think in the time that I was there there was one shooting. A one of the agents ended up shooting a guy that he was a guide died and had a huge criminal history. So if you would have gotten caught he would have spent some serious time when he saying he was a guy who was a guiding other people across the board as he was guiding others uh-huh and the group his group had gotten caught and he was trying to make his way back to Mexico and so another agent immigrants will get together and hire someone that sort of leaves them in the the best way across the border and sort of make sure that they're in the headlights so that works so that's kind of a of a little known part about the border like the guides the the cartels that run the trafficking operations like they have complete control of the border. Like if they have there's head hunters. who like patrol around there? You know on the Mexican looking for people who didn't pay and if you didn't pay like you either cough it up or you're just GONNA they're gonNA take care of you. Would you say the the cartels control that side of the border more than you guys. Control your side of the border. Well yeah they don't have any rules. So yeah I mean you're not just GONNA kill their family if they have over there just going to get arrested and what happened right if we I success. I shouldn't say this might give people ideas. But like if we were completely ruthless and bloodthirsty we probably could gain control of the border. You know over at some point but Yeah I don't foresee US ever. I hope they never said that begs the question that I mean. Obviously I bet most of these people coming makeover would rather not deal with cartels would rather not you know interact with these people that are that are obviously violent and can have retribution against them if they don't pay or what have you so what. What drives someone to do these things? What drives someone to take the risk of crossing the border first of all just the physical risk and then they added risk of dealing with cartels? You know why did he will go through all this. What is motivating them to do? So some people seem to think it's they just WanNa come here to vote. Democrat would seems like a lot of a lot of work. Just go go over Democrats. I don't know if that's the motivation you've ever heard I'm curious. What are some of the motivations that you found as you were sort of encountering these people so every person that we catch you know when when you catch somebody You you know right when you arrests you see you have to ask them about their citizenship where they came from why they came under your identity their basic information formation. And you you send them back to take them or send them back with a transport unit to the processing center. And that's where they do all their whole their whole case file basically. They're they're prosecution prosecution jacket And when you're doing that when you're when you're assigned to processing you've got like a thousand one questions you've got to ask him. You ask all the same stuff why. How did you come to America America because my brother-in-law lives here and he said he could get me a job at the tire shop or Yet my kids here. He's a citizen but I haven't seen him in four years and as he wants me to come so I can't you know it's it's litter I mean there's there's a limited number of stories is but like they're all kind of revolving around like I want to be with my family and I wanna work and I you know Sam Lee and opportunity are right right thanks And they they comply with the cartel. 'cause they don't have choice like it just doesn't the only him it. It doesn't make any sense to take the risks. They know like it's just built into into their thinking. Like if I if I'm going to go do this. I have to pay the fee like they. Just don't want to drive home because alive. You'll might you know if people that don't fully understand maybe not in listening to this show because a lot of people are our listeners are very smart but he'll might hear these stories and be like so. Why don't they just do do this? Legally you know. Just do it. Legally our ask him. We're just saying don't come in here legally illegally anyway. Don't hop our fence follow our laws do it. The right way and everything should work out. Fine what's the problem with that with that thought process will. That's what I thought too so I go to the cavs answer it then I I went to the academy And you you you know you you learn Immigration Law Naturalization Law you learn apply authorities which is basically how you can do your job within the confines of the Fourth Fourth Amendment especially but the the constitution as a whole Which I was very encouraged that that was like a class that we had to take? I mean it's a sobering classes encouraging. Actually something I mean the they. Well Yeah I mean you never know how much people throw it out the window once they get to where they're going but I you know is somebody that cared about that sort of thing I was I was I was And Stop by a lawyer. So it's not like you know you got some because all the rest of the classes are taught taught by agents or supervisors So yeah you learn all all the classifications for all the visas and the disqualifier is and and categories and all that stuff you come out of their thinking like oh well right. There's all these visa categories. Why don't people just take them? But you start to realize like Oh will first of all if you've got a guy who wants to come and pick lettuce in a field which that's what a lot of them just WanNa do you met is a big agricultural area. There's tons of field work to be done and you you know. I don't think they're ever turning people away. So if you take a guy and a lot of older people that I would you know that we'd catch and I'd talk talk to them. They don't read or write the most the younger ones are there A little bit more English they can read and writes The little bit more educated but the older ones a lot of them. Don't read and write so first of all. How are you going to fill out government paperwork to apply lifer visa? If you can't read or write I mean that that there's a barrier to entry right there but Just the system is so convoluted just to get a work permit. You have to somehow contact employer get that employer to hiring you basically commit to hire them uh-huh and there's all these hoops that the employer has to jump through so it. I mean it does happen. But it's like there's so such a high a a high barrier to entry such A. It's such a difficult process for the vast majority of people that want to go. Even a tourist visa is not easy to get even just to come over and I guess the reason for that being. WELL WE WANNA make sure they're not someone who's going to purposely on visa justice day and then work or what have you how. How terrible well? Yeah but I mean so I did I since since leaving. I've done a little bit of research and So visa applications that were filed in and I don't know exactly the category. The visa visa applications that were filed in the nineties are now being review review. So like that's the backlog from if you filed a visa application for Mexico in the mid nineties the immigration services now getting around to to reviewing those applications. That's even crazier than I than I thought it was. Oh when I read ended I looked at it a few times and tried to double those people are dead now right right and just take place in line or given up entirely or just crossed on their own because like screw this. I'm not waiting So yeah I mean there really is unless you're going to marry okay someone unless you're going to school here Unless you have a specialized skill or I mean there's there's a few other other. It's almost impossible like there really is almost no legal way to do it and it took me years years to figure that out but that's the biggest problem. Whenever I hear this argument of just do it legally nobody that says that can possibly actually unless they're just being dishonest? I don't think most people are being dishonest. I think most people just don't know they can't possibly understand how how difficult that process is to the fact that it's in reality. It's almost nonexistent. That's how difficult it is for those people. Well I would say. Let's make it easy. Go read Go read Alex Neuralgia. Go go read anything from Alexander Esta or David Beer at Kato Alexa Alexa. Getting a Alex on the show pretty soon as well. He's like he's been so. My biggest fear was that I was going to leave the border patrol and then come across cross some realization. That made me made me realize I made some huge mistake and I was exposed Alex Neuralgia after I left and he and I actually ended ended up doing a talk together in. DC AT LIBERTY CON- this year It was a great talk But he has one hundred percent solidified defied that I did the right thing like his work is just fantastic when it comes to this stuff so was it really your experiences with immigrants like one one to one and then seeing them as human beings that started to make you question the the their entire position and the entire your job overall. Well yeah I mean like I always explain it. I I describe it as like a gut feeling a gut reaction to something isn't right about this and I used to really enjoy. I enjoy the chase and then when we'd catch somebody like you couldn't wait to get him back and get their finger fingerprints role to see if you got a bad one like you. You know you you you you caught somebody base of data. Don't have it yet. You go roll their fingerprints and you find out if they've got a criminal history and you you always hope like oh I hope I got a really bad one. was there ever like a point system with your co workers like Oh well making bets on who you pick up the general bragging rights. It's but now and then EH I. It was like you kind of start. You start to be able to tell L. Just by body language looking at somebody's face you can tell if somebody is like you know wants to kill you or if they're just like ashamed shame that they just got caught or whatever I got imagine the majority of people that you catch are somewhere between just afraid or just resigned to the fact that I've been caught and there's there's nothing I can do the actual you know violent resistance even when you do catch a quote unquote real criminal right. Right those those instances of violence are very rare And like I said there was one shooting shooting incident the whole time I was there maybe. A few times tasers were used or You know a baton or something but like pretty rare. When did you first so to really question your job t