Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi discuss radio syndication, Pastor Plans Toy Gun Buyback Program, Federal court says No Second Amendment guarantee for concealed carry, DHS Contractor “Apologizes” For Selling Shooting Targets of Children, fantasies of Wyoming as a place to be, the UN’s six-strike Internet-crippling plan and how it’s unenforceable, and poor little snitchy feels sad (Police spy sues for mental pain).
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Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about how the Obama administration acts like a stalker husband who won’t let the abused wife (us) leave, Eric Holder saying “Gun Owners Should ‘Cower’ in Shame Like Smokers“, Oregon men carry rifles in public to make a point, how the SPLC are a bunch of idiots, and the horrible and probably empty threats made on 4chan that mobilized the Natrona County Department of Fear today.
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Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi skip talking about politics (for the most part) and have a fascinating discussion where they basically have a conversation with themselves as youngsters talking to themselves now. They enjoy youth-skewing revelations of reaching the world from your bedroom, finding your place in the world, why lingerie is universally loved by men everywhere, and how this relates to the fact that the State is square.
Also check out Michael’s reading of “Letter to a young me.”
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi barely get through 45 minutes of what is usually a two-hour show. Seems the Central Scrutinizer conspired with Loki and the Mayans to make sure that the podcast the day before the end of the world didn’t get finished. The Feens TRY to talk about what to do when “the man” comes for your guns, the unintended consequences of gun control and gun confiscation, a really cool Grandpa Simpson liberty cast, and the sixties radical concept (that we don’t like) of “Bring the war home.”