Michael Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about People Who Are Experts In Things That Are Wrong, Southland and other cop shows, “small government Republicans” who want to rob you via the government, Hanlon’s razor, How can a Pulitzer Prize winning writer make so many mistakes?, “If bad sound were fatal, audio would be the leading cause of death”, Nanny bots, and ZeroGov – same as “no-government men” or “anarchist” or “voluntaryist” but better….ZeroGov just nails it. It could be a noun, verb, adjective or adverb.
DONE LIVE OVER THE INTERNETS TO LRN WITH THE COMREX BRIC-LINK. YAY!
Dean’s Law of Building Dynamics: The amount of freedom in a region is inversely proportionate to the height of the tallest building in that region.
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi discuss how the first black American president is bombing the hell out of Africa, Economic meltdown sex slave erotica, haters, California screwing itself again, Glenn Beck’s half-truths, Gay marriage in NY and the gun grabbers who “give” it to you, Bill O’Reilly interviewing Lupe Fiasco, Michael Dean’s deism, the Anti-Deist Movement, The Jefferson Bible, why the book “The Red Amendment” seems cultish and wrong, the majesty of the Boondocks, what it was like being in a punk band in the 80s, battle rifle choices, Guns and Weed: The Road to Freedom at The Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, Wyoming legalizing concealed carry of guns without a permit, and what it was like being in a punk band way back in the day. Then we hear a Right Arm of Wyoming song, “Redistribution of Theft.”
Freedom fiends Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi celebrate changing the title of their podcast to FREEDOM FEENS. They talk about how the press tries to make honest non-violent people look like terrorists, they discuss idiots like Donald Trump who want to take your guns away, Gary Johnson being marginalized by the press for being pro-legalization, how the United Nations will never let you live under the sea, laws against non-existent drugs like JENKEM, how some people handle police brutality, what it’s like to be a street libertarian, how Thomas Jefferson was NOT a paragon of liberty because he owned slaves, and how to demand satisfaction with the Better Business Bureau. Then they review two great books they’ve never read, Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent and Political Ponerology. Finally, they discuss how the government is a bully who says “I’m gonna hit you until you do what I want.”