Ep. 38: Detained and Molested by the TSA

I had another vile encounter with the TSA this week.  To sum it up, I present you with the following 1-question pre-test: TSA Lead Agent Kerry informed me that being forcibly molested in public is authorized by: A) The 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution B) Presidential Executive Order C) My Consent D) All … read more

Ep. 5: Libertarian Townhall Analysis

This week the Libertarian Presidential ticket was featured on a nationally televised CNN Town Hall forum.  If you didn’t have time to watch, fear not – in this episode I highlight the good, the bad, and the ugly.  And trust me, there was plenty of all three categories to go around.  Overall I think the … read more

The State’s Privileged Status When Busting Down Your Door

Replace every instance of “bounty hunter” in this news report with “police officer” or “federal agent,” and NOBODY would blink an eye, let alone demand culpability.  Bounty Hunters Raid Wrong Home in Phoenix FACT: the State is held less accountable when raiding incorrect homes, improperly confiscating private property, and even shooting incorrect suspects. There’s no … read more

Jury Nullification: The State Is Terrified

On July 30th, Mark Iannicelli was arrested just outside a Denver, CO courthouse and charged with seven felonies.  Mr. Iannicelli wasn’t committing a violent act, stealing large amounts of money or private property, threatening violence, or selling prohibited controlled substances.  Mr. Iannicelli was carrying out one very important, albeit incredibly State-infuriating, act of public service.  Mr. Iannicelli … read more

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