This week we bring you a new episode of Liberty On The Air straight from the Liberty Bunker itself. We discuss President Trump's comments on immigration as well as the upcoming Martin Luther King holiday, and how Dr King's words apply to the battle for liberty today.
This week we come to you from an undisclosed location to bring you Liberty On The Air in its purist form! We discuss the hot political happenings of the week and then speak with Brandon Navom about his involvement in the Boston Free Speech Rally and to clear up some inaccuracies from last week's show.
Why can't we reach agreements on the simplest of issues? Why won't people believe facts if they come from someone outside of their tribe? This week our whole show revolves around the tribalism that plagues today's political landscape, and we talk about what can be done to break out of tribal thought to make well reasoned political arguments.
This week we had Liberty superstar and New York Gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe join us. Larry will chatted with us about his campaign so far and why now is the best time in history for New York to elect a Libertarian to office.
We also talked about a new and comprehensive report by the Institute for Justice (IJ). The report details how the government requires Americans to get permission to earn a living now more than ever. In the 1950s one in 20 workers needed a license to work; now about one in four do. The rules hurt the working poor in particular, but everyone suffers in states with the most licensing requirements.
Is Net Neutrality really neutral? Do you even know what it means? We talked to an internet professional about the implication of allowing ISPs to set their own prices, and discuss the implications of the FCC's latest position on regulations surrounding the internet.
Richard Tisei, former candidate for Congress said on the campaign trail that he had had more hate speech directed towards him as a Republican in Massachusetts than as a gay man.
How many people who put up "Hate Has No Home Here" signs really practice what they preach? We talked with Justin O'Donnell, who was assaulted at the "Resist Marxism" rally on the Boston Common today by alleged antifa members because he was carrying a rainbow (LGBT Colors) Gadsen flag.
We also discussed the tax plan that the GOP passed in the House and what it means for Massachusetts residents.