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.
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about how medical pot cured the Nazi-pin up twins Prussian Blue of Nazism, the book “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance“, the path of telecom liberty in Ghana, Transcribing and translating movie for subtitles in Czech, i.p. (intellectual property law), how it affects Michael and Neema, and how it would work in a libertarian paradise, how hacking is the new Pac Man, Angry crows dive-bomb officers in Everett, Wash, the best social network for liberty if Facebook went down, Free vs. “free”, the origin of the slang phrases “Word” and “Word to your mother”, and how 3% of the population determines the outcome of every election. Then we hear a short interview with Kofi, of African Youth Peace Call, a libertarian activism org in Ghana, Africa.
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.”
Michael’s out of town, so we have a short cast this week. Michael and Neema talk about Glocks, William Kostric, cats, liberty and more. Then we hear a song by Government Guns (Neema V. and Right Arm of Wyoming) called “Nanny Laws”, and a Right Arm of Wyoming song called “My Gun Keeps You Honest.”