Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about the military’s new “Don’t Fart, Don’t Tell” policy, why there are no parking meters in Wyoming, Michelle Bachmann’s vision of a world without porn, why something is beeping in my house, why corporations are NOT the problem, how the Gub’mint is like a dinosaur, delivering “GUNS AND WEED” for manufacture, the movie “Thank You For Smoking”, Straw Man Arguments, Red Herring Arguments, The Texas Sharpshooter Fallacy, and the first installment in a new segment called “Fallacies Today”, shell games at the ATF, court upholds ‘citizen’s right’ to film cops, why same-sex cats hump each other, why cats fight, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, how to make a great-sounding podcast, The Rosetta Stone and taxes, and how guitar grabbers from the EPA have musicians scared as hell.
In this wonderful and expertly produced audio episode, Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi debunk the Broken Window Fallacy, celebrate the release of the West Memphis Three and condemn the idiots who think it’s a bad thing that they were freed, discuss guns in public meetings and the public “servants” who hate them, British youth hopped up on socialism and jenkem, Obama using your money to wire the sticks with DSL, Smoky the Bear; Ron Paul, meth cooks and Breaking Bad; blood money, government press conferences – a hidden factor in the bias of media, why Neema is not running for Ron Paul’s Congressional seat, Wyoming cops take first forced blood draw and the long-term ramifications of that, and how libertarians would deal with drunk driving,
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about BACKWARDS MASKING witch hunts, and other Christian Sharia, the Texas hot sauce joke, the libertarianism of Ron White, chilling effects of the useless war on terror turning friends against friends, Cooper Color Codes for not “stewing in your own libertarian juices” and how bad cops live in Condition Orange when good cops live in Condition yellow. They also discuss a surprisingly fair article about Alex Jones in Rolling Stone, and how and when America lost its center and became almost exclusively far left and far right. Then we hear a new libertarian hip-hop song by Neema and his brother Frank.
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about how THE TEA PARTY IS LIBERTARIAN IN THE SAME WAY THAT A DRAG QUEEN IS A WOMAN, the unintended consequences with the Commie Party and J. Edna Hoover, Virginia Tech lockdown with no gunman found, UK Police Call on Citizens to Spy on Anarchists, Idiocracy, London’s riots and why those idiots are NOT anarchists, Government inefficiency, US government-sanctioned drug smuggling and gun smuggling, personification of government and why government it a vestigial organ like the appendix or the tonsils, Florida Teenager Dies in Jail After Being Arrested for Possession of Marijuana, and Neema’s campaign that made him Student President in high school (poster above).
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi celebrate Obama’s 50th birthday by telling you why Obama’s Super Congress is a horrible idea, why Chicago mobsters favor gun control, why Obama’s ratings are at an all-time low, why bureaucracy and central planning are really square, they talk about Food Not Bombs, Food Raves (Craves) and how good people will always route around bad laws, how to Download “Guns and Weed: The Road to Freedom“, they talk about their fans in Iran, the right to travel and live where you want, why Bill O’Reilly wants a national sales tax, learning to choose your battles, and learning to step out of the way, Larry Flynt’s Great new book, One Nation Under Sex, why a Wyoming man was arrested for weed and model rockets, why statists always resort to the same tired anti-freedom arguments, and why Obama failed when he tried Hugo Chavez’s trick of ruling the country via Twitter.
Then we talk to Neema’s brother Frank, age 20, and their brother Knight, age 10, about cops, homeschooling and liberty, in Texas.