Freedom Feens live from Midwest Peace And Liberty Fest – live radio archive

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The Freedom Feens have a live remote man- and woman-on-the-field interview fest from Ben Stone’s mobile rolling stones-type studio, with Ben Stone the Bad Quaker, Lousander G. Feen, Katie Voluntarist Testa (above, with chicken), and Christopher Runberg. They discuss (live from the event) the Midwest Peace And Liberty Fest, Free Detroit, and more. Then the Feens discuss how John Kerry wants less Internet free speech and so does Dianne Feinstein, and the horrible K-Street PDF playbook on how to take your guns.

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7 Responses to Freedom Feens live from Midwest Peace And Liberty Fest – live radio archive

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  3. Gretchen says:

    Good show! I was bummed to miss the liberty fest in MI. Glad to see there are more popping up around the country. That’s encouraging.

    This may not be the place to pose the following question (if so, I apologize in advance),
    but I’ve been curious as to where you folks/Ben Stone etc source your historical facts.
    To be devil’s advocate, how can you believe what you read in one place and not another?
    I think being able to accurately reference history makes you a more credible adversary when discussing the illusion of government and it’s aggressive nature.

    P.S. I find myself saying “I don’t know what that is!” a lot! Especially with the slang of the kids these days. πŸ˜‰

  4. Dean Feen says:

    I was there! Great time. Happy to have finally met Ben Stone. It was like therapy talking to so many folks without having to explain anything. They just get it.

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