Featuring West Coast blogger and podcaster Marc Clair and jury rights activist George Donnelly.
Marc and his Penn State buddies evolved from Progressivism and Neoconservatism to become hard core Paulaholics and tireless champions of freedom. Hence the name “Lions”.
George Donnelly is an advocate for a voluntarist civil society and for jury right and nullification. He is founder of Shield Mutual - Mutual Defense, Mutual Aid.
Per their website: “Shield Mutual defends you against government aggression for a low monthly membership fee. We connect you to mutual aid networks and reach out in real time to those fighting the state alone, all while building a collective bargaining power base for an orderly transition to a freer world. “
George is also the founder of the Jury Rights Project . The Jury Rights Project reached out to prospective jurors to teach them that it their right and duty to protect their fellow citizens from unjust and unconstitutional statutes
Author and judicial activist, Marc Stevens, tells how he takes on the statists and beats the in their own courts of law. Marc’s books Adventures in Legal Land and Government Indicted are available on Amazon and wherever truly fine books are sold.
Libertarian songster, Jordan Page, talks about his music and his journey to liberty.
Jersey Shore Super Realtor Glen Kelly promotes giving back to the community with his upcoming Jersey Shore wrestling charity extravaganza featuring classic WWF superstars.
• Date: June 13, 2015
• Place: Aztec, Seaside Heights, NJ
• Time: Noon – 9PM
New Jersey school choice activist Rabbi Israel Teitelbaum of the Alliance For Free Choice in Education. If America wants a free future, that starts with freeing kids' minds by taking education out of the hands of politicians and restoring choice to families.
Featuring activist, author and talk show host Adam Kokesh. Adam's book, Freedom, is available on Amazon. Kokesh is ant-was Iraq war veteran and has been arrested on several occasions for asserting his Constitutional rights.
Also on tap, Tea Party and foreign affairs whiz, George Hathaway, checks in on ISIS. Neil's friend the Chicken Man celebrates his birthday and kicks off a brew-ha-ha.
Philadelphia reporter and Temple University professor, Linn Washington Jr., reports that, “The Moroccan occupation of the Western Sahara is rife with human rights abuses condemned in reports by the Obama Administration and other monitoring organizations like Amnesty International.”
As in many places throughout the world, an ethnic minority, is struggling for freedom and national self-determination against a larger and more powerful ruling group. In this instance, the Sahrawi, are at odds with Morocco which has occupied their homeland, Western Sahara for two decades. The Sahrawi are penned in with a border wall that would make Texas proud. It is fortified with armed troops and landmines,
The international community, with the conspicuous exceptions of France and the United States, is calling for free and open elections so that Sahrawi can determine their own future.
Mr. Washington calls in with a firsthand account.
Reflections on Charlie Hebdo, terrorism, 911 and America's role in the world.
First time authors Frank Marra and Maria Abbate stop by to discuss their upcoming book, From Landfill to Hallowed Ground - The Largest Crime Scene in America. Frank, who is a former NYPD cop From Landfill to Hallowed Ground follows the footsteps of Sergeant Frank Marra and the people whose lives were irrevocably changed in the aftermath of September 11. Marra and co-author Maria Bellia Abbate take readers to the Staten Island Landfill, where the largest movable crime scene in America was combed and searched for those buried beneath the twisted metal, steel, and cement. Step into the landfill mire with the New York City Police Department and the volunteers who searched tirelessly, often at great cost to themselves, for the remains of those silenced forever in the ashes.