Randall Lord, a retired chiropractor and former candidate for US Congress from Shreveport LA, is about to begin his 46 month prison sentence. His crime? Accepting currency, money orders, and moneypaks, and exchanging those funds for bitcoin, a decentralized form of electronic or digital currency, existing entirely on the Internet and not in any physical form. We talk to Lord himself about his case, and give away bitcoin to callers who can correctly answer our liberty trivia questions!
Tolerance is critical to Liberty. If you and 20 of your friends don't tolerate my freedom of speech, I don't really have it? This week we discuss tolerance, including the infamous "bake the cake" controversy. Halfway through the show we are joined by our special guest, Keshia Thomas, a woman famous for giving up her body to shield a supporter of the Ku Klux Klan from a beating by a group of anti-Klan protesters.
This week we discuss the ethics of the United States tax code, how different taxation schemes affect the welfare state, and speak with Massachusetts State Representative Geoff Diehl, Republican candidate for United States Senate. All that and more on this episode of Liberty On The Air!
This week we discuss the student loan debt crisis, a new distracted driving law passed by the Massachusetts Senate, and speak with a libertarian student activist with claims of deceit and fraud regarding a political campaign in Michigan. All that and more on this episode of Liberty On The Air!