MK Lords and Davi Barker do some live radio with Derrick J. They’re all experience liberty journalists, but Michael W. Dean feels that it’s important that people do live radio to a show clock with people other than Michael W. Dean. (Michael took the night off to clean guns, eat a bowl of sugar, and grade the show live as it happens. He gives everyone an A+).
Michael W. Dean, Garrett Fox and Chandler St. Pierre discuss why we need less libertarian rock stars and more libertarian voices and how Michael Dean is going to make that happen. They they talk about libertarian central planning and why it’s OK on private property, why all cops want to arrest you no matter what, “will Porcfest be raided?” and what to do about it, cranky control-freak libertarian George Donnely’s brilliant and hilarious and excellent article “11 Reasons to Draft-Dodge the Libertarian Guerrilla Army“, why everyone should start their own podcast and their own Porcfest-type fest, and just how awesome Porcfest is.
This is one of the best Feens episodes ever. Certainly the BEST post-Vedadi show. Features Nikki, Dianna, Davi, Michael, Will Coley (Muslims for Liberty, and Redneck Muslims), Derrick Slopey, The Silver Scrutinizer, Karl Feen and more. WORMS!
“Watching the Feens was a highlight of Porcfest. For a guy who hides in his basement you sure are good at entertaining a crowd” -Ian Freeman to Michael Dean.
Passed-out Feen fan we put Feens buttons all over:
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi drop mad science about the true free market, how all governments everywhere interfere with the true free market by definition, and how you can grow a true free market despite attempts to crush your innovation, and how innovating AGAINST governments helped invent hardcore punk rock and conscious gangsta rap. Also some on how to survive as a DIY artist.
“Government: If you refuse to pay unjust taxes, your property will be confiscated. If you attempt to defend your property, you will be arrested. If you resist arrest, you will be clubbed. If you defend yourself against clubbing, you will be shot dead. These procedures are known as the Rule of Law.”
— Edward Abbey
DJ Bingleshimidt and MC Raymond Noodles Rock the Mic, of Liberty yo. They celebrate their 250th episode by chilling, yacking about Jimi Hendrix, Brehon law, “Is it ever OK to violate the Non-Aggression Principle?”, what is the “DBD principle”?, Maggotbrain, Eric McFadden, rap music, puppies, drones, and why Ben Stone said that Lew Rockwell is the Charles Emerson Winchester III of Liberty.