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Guest: Aaron Dykes
Melissa Dykes (formerly Melton) is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple and a co-creator of Truthstream Media with Aaron Dykes. She is an experienced researcher, graphic artist and investigative journalist with a passion for liberty and a dedication to truth. Aaron is veteran investigative reporter, videographer, editor, host and researcher. Their documentary "Obsolete" is available for free on Amazon Prime; their videos are available on YouTube.com/truthstreammedia.
Guest: Aaron Voisine
I'm a mobile app developer and entrepreneur. I studied computer science at Purdue, and have done several high profile apps including a puzzle game that hit the #2 most popular app in the app store, and the app for Yammer, (Yammer sold to Microsoft for $1B).
Guest: Abdulaghani Aliryani
Al-Eryani is a founding member of the Democratic Awakening Movement
Guest: Adam Mueller
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Guest: Adam Back
Co-Founder & President Having worked on e-cash protocols since 1995, Adam is an applied cryptographer and inventor of the hashcash proof-of-work and decentralized mining used in Bitcoin. In addition to implementing credlib, he was an e-cash consultant to Nokia and later to Credentica (acquired by Microsoft). Adam was an architect and cryptographer at Zero-Knowledge Systems working on its Freedom network, a precursor to Tor. He has also consulted for leading security companies, including oneID, Vmware and QWcap. Most recently, Adam co-founded Picorp, which was acquired by EMC and where he was CSO of the company’s consumer division, Decho. Adam holds a Ph.D. in distributed systems and computer science from the University of Exeter.
Guest: Adam Ernest
Guest: Adam Kokesh
Guest: Addison Wiggins
Guest: Adedayo Thomas
Adedayo Thomas, from Nigeria, is our Africa regional coordinator. He is also the executive director and publisher at African Liberty Organization for Development (ALOD), a Nigerian think tank that promotes the ideas and institutions of a free society in Africa. In addition to earning degrees in theatre arts, public relations, and development studies, Adedayo has completed programs at Cato University and the Atlas Economic Research Foundation. Adedayo has researched and presented several papers on economic development, conflict, good governance and democracy at national and international conferences. He regularly carries his evangelism of a free society to university students throughout English-speaking Africa via book fairs and seminars, as well as LLI Liberty Camps. Adedayo has published the African edition of books by Johan Norberg, Frederic Bastiat, Tom G. Palmer, Ken Schoolland, and George Ayittey, among others. He has also published articles in both national and international m
Guest: Adedeji Akintay
"Adedeji Sunday Akintayo serves as African operations manager of the Freedom and Entrepreneurship Foundation, a think tank based in Poland. An entrepreneur with great understanding of the African market and intercontinental trade, Akintayo worked with the founder of the Language of Liberty institute to organize the first international libertarian entrepreneurship camp in Nigeria in 2011. He will be talking on “Trade not Grant to African Governments”. Adedeji is experienced in management of remarkable events on the international scale. He is also a businessman, running a football school for youth. Adedeji is was the main organizer and spiritus movens of the Liberty English Camp in Nigeria, in march of 2011. He is a networker and manager, deeply engaged in promoting entrepreneurship in Africa. 1. Deji's current project. Design an online signature platform for a campaign for the WEST to STOP giving financial aid to African governments. Instead, trade with Africans. One million si
GoldMoney
Guest: Ademo Freeman
Guest: Adrienne O'Reilly
Southwest Director - Students for Concealed Carry on Campus
Guest: Adrienne Pine
Guest: Aeron Goldheart
Aeron Goldheart demonstrates Tesla Energy Lights, a “personal energy management system” designed to donate electrons, recharge and permeate one’s subtle energy bodies with compatible high frequency subtle energies.
Guest: Ahmed Al-Mulla
Guest: Al O'Malley
Guest: Alan and Suzanne Nevling
Guest: Alan Goldwin
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Guest: Alan Hall
Alan received his degree in Fine Arts from Berry College, emerging into the 1970s bear market. He has enjoyed a wide variety of job experiences including decades as a custom homebuilder/designer. He began studying Elliott wave analysis and socionomics after meeting Bob Prechter in 1995. His knowledge of socionomics made it easy for him to recognize the escalating housing mania, so he ended his building business in late 2004 and came to write for EWI in 2006. Alan has traveled widely, and has authored socionomic studies on Russia, European housing, war, stocks and commodities, commodity prices and environmentalism, epidemics, eugenics, secessionism and authoritarianism. Alan wrote the lead articles for the inaugural issues of The Socionomist in May and June 2009. He has also contributed to Global Market Perspective, The European Financial Forecast and The Elliott Wave Theorist Alan does a wide variety of research aimed at demonstrating the utility of socionomic theory.
Guest: Alan Korwin
Guest: Alan Meckler
Alan M. Meckler is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Mediabistro. Previously, Mr. Meckler had been Chairman of the Board of Mecklermedia Corporation from 1973 and was its Chief Executive Officer from December 1993 until it was acquired by Penton Media in November 1998. He also served as President of Mecklermedia from 1971 through November 1997. Mr. Meckler was the only person to have held the offices of Chairman of the Board or Chief Executive Officer since Mecklermedia's founding.
Guest: Alessandro Fusillo
Guest: Alex Newman
Alex Newman is an international journalist, educator, author and consultant who is normally based in Europe but has lived on four continents. He has a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and a degree in foreign languages from Miami-Dade College. Newman has written for numerous publications in the U.S. and abroad including The New American magazine, WND, Crisis magazine, Liberty magazine, The Diplomat magazine, Swiss News magazine, the Gainesville Sun, and more.
Guest: Alex Victorio
Guest: Allen St. Pierre
Allen F. St. Pierre Executive Director NORML and The NORML Foundation Education: University of Massachusetts/Amherst, BA in Legal Studies, 1989 Mr. St. Pierre has written, debated, and lectured extensively on the topic of cannabis, it's prohibition, and ugly little stepchildren (such as): asset forfeiture ban on the cultivation of non-psychoactive cannabis (Hemp) in the U.S. drug tax stamps legal struggle for medical access of cannabis Partnership for a Drug Free America drug education (esp. D.A.R.E.) mandatory minimum sentencing drug screening the use of the military in domestic law enforcement history of cannabis prohibition and numerous other legal sophistries concerning the prohibition of cannabis. Mr. St. Pierre has been cited in hundreds of international, national and local news publications (New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, London Times, Le Monde, Der Speigel, Economist, New
Guest: Allison Bricker
Allison Bricker, Host Allison Bricker is a lifelong political junkie, having worked on political campaigns at the local, statewide, and national levels. She feels the U.S. Constitution is the best and most eloquently written attempt by mankind designed to restrain a government. However, even in its beautiful simplicity, the document, as witnessed by the current reality of American life whereby the central government decrees authority to assassinate & indefinitely detain without evidence or trial, torture, endlessly spy, and molest those who travel, succinctly illustrates the document is an abysmal failure. Thus, when not interviewing the best and brightest voices in the Liberty Movement, she regularly cheer-leads and advocates for individuals to peacefully withdraw consent and creatively circumvent, nullify, or interpose against the sociopaths in Washington, to wit she regularly refers to as “The District of Criminals.”
Guest: Allison Gibbs
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Guest: Alma Sommer
Guest: Amanda B Johnson
Amanda B. Johnson is the host and writer of The Daily Decrypt, a Monday-thru-Friday video series about cryptocurrency and all the groovy ways you can use it.
Guest: Amin Mahmoud
Guest: Ammon Bundy
Son of Cliven Bundy A newly-released video has captured the moment a rancher's son was tasered by federal agents and the use of force has today provoked fresh outrage among libertarian groups across the country. Ammon Bundy, the son of the Nevada rancher locked in an increasingly tense land dispute with the federal government, is shown being shot with a taser and threatened by police dogs. The confrontation took place Wednesday and was caught on video by Bundy supporters and relatives who got into an aggressive- and at times violent- face off with the officers. 'Watching that video last night created a visceral reaction in me,' Arizona state Representative Kelly Townsend told The Las Vegas Review Journal today. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2602431/Nevada-ranchers-cowboys-break-federal-blockade-round-30-head-cattle-land-dispute-row-intensifies.html#ixzz3HLPubzCP Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Guest: Amy Gleich
Guest: Ana Hank
Guest: Anand Gopal
Guest: Andrea Glasscock Garcia
Guest: Andreas Antonopoulos
Andreas is a passionate technologist, who is well-versed in many technical subjects. He is a serial tech-entrepreneur, having launched businesses in London, New York, and California. He has earned degrees in Computer Science and Data Communications and Distributed Systems from UCL. With experience ranging from hardware and electronics to high level business and financial systems technology consulting and years as CTO/CIO/CSO in many companies — he combines authority and deep knowledge with an ability to make complex subjects easy to understand. He often brings a fresh perspective to a topic with surprising insights and his ability to identify underlying principles and connections between different topics. More than 200 of his articles on security, cloud computing and data centers have been published in print and syndicated worldwide. His expertise includes Bitcoin, crypto-currencies, Information Security, Cryptography, Cloud Computing, Data Centers, Linux, Open Source and robotics soft
Guest: Andrew and Gwen Strmic
Guest: Andrew Bacevich
Bacevich is professor emeritus of history and international relations at Boston University. A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, he received his PhD in American diplomatic history from Princeton University. Before joining the faculty of Boston University, he taught at West Point and Johns Hopkins. His latest book is /America’s War for the Greater Middle East: A Military History/. He said today: "Just as H.R. McMaster wrote a book about /Dereliction of Duty/ among senior officers of the Vietnam era, there is an opening for some young officer today to tell the story of post-9/11 'Dereliction of Duty' among senior officers belonging to the generation of which McMaster is a part." Bacevich just wrote the piece "The Duty of General McMaster " for /The American Conservative/, which states: "The national security adviser operates -- or should operate -- in the realm of 'grand strategy.' In this rarified atmosphere, preparing for and conducting war coexists with, and ar
Guest: Andrew Henderson
Guest: Andrew Reno
Guest: Andy Worthington
Guest: Angel Clark
Guest: Angela Keaton
Guest: Anonymous
Guest: Anthony Bermudez
Guest: Anthony Gallippi
Guest: Anthony Gregory
Guest: Anthony Miller
My name is Anthony Miller. I am a survivor of Cardiomyopathy and sudden cardiac arrest. In January 2003, at the young age of 35, I had my first heart attack. It was caused by a disease called Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM). In January 2004, I suffered a second heart attack and went into sudden cardiac arrest. Like most who suffer from Cardiomyopathy, the first indication that I had of my disease was the heart attack. I later learned that HCM is one of the most common causes of sudden cardiac arrest in people under age 30. After open heart surgery and an extensive period of rehabilitation, my wife Stephanie and I came to the conclusion that education was going to be our battle cry to help others who suffer from HCM. Together we created the American Foundation for Cardiomyopathy in 2009. I am now ready to embark on the most important campaign of my life – raising awareness about the disease that almost took my life, and supporting those already afflicted with HCM throu
Guest: Antigone Darling
Welcome to Sex, Lies & Anarchy, the show where liberty gets personal. Who are we? We are three libertarian women (Candy, Kellie, and Antigone) from New Hampshire, home of the Free State Project, the world's largest community of pro-freedom activists. SLA is all about life as a libertarian. We aren't a news show, and we don't really like talking about politics. There are plenty of other shows for that. We're more interested in the social side of libertarianism--how our philosophies shape our experiences, behaviors and relationships. If you've been a libertarian for very long, you probably know how challenging it can be sometimes to lead a life of principle and integrity in a world where aggression and blind obedience are the norm. Everyday activities, such as talking to our neighbors and friends, can become exercises in courage (audacity?) and patience when we feel that so much of the world is wrong. Some of us like this challenge, and some of us just wish we could get through a d
Guest: Anton Howes
Guest: Antonia E. D'orsay
Antonia E. D'orsay is the Executive Director of the Trans 100 and a recognized expert on Transgender lives who has worked to in homelessness, poverty, substance abuse, personal development, and organizing Trans people for over a decade, with a focus on the personal, political, and pleasantly humorous aspects at the same time.
Guest: Art Jacobs
Arthur D. Jacobs Major, USAF Retired Arthur D. Jacobs, Retired Faculty Associate in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Department of the College of Business, Arizona State University (ASU). Art has taught at the graduate and undergraduate level including such courses as: Business Strategies, Principles of Management, Organizational Behavior, Quality and Productivity, and Material Management. He is a former Chief of the Management Engineering Division of the United States Air Forces in Europe; a quality and productivity management consultant; a graduate of the Department of Defense Command, Control, and Communications School; and he holds an MBA from Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. Art was a key person in the development stage and during the early operational years of the United States Air Force's Management Engineering (quality and methods improvement, and work measurement) program. Art completed a four-year tour of duty in the USAF’s Plans and Programs Division at
Guest: Art Olivier
Guest: Arthur Kanegis
ARTHUR KANEGIS is a multi-award-winning filmmaker and the producer of “War Without Winners” with Paul Newman and Haskell Wexler. In the 1980s, he did nuclear war research for “The Day After” & produced a PSA that ran following the show. The ABC TV Special was commended by Ronald Reagan for helping shift his policies away from nuclear war. Kanegis dedicated his life to producing films that open the doors to peace. For his trailer and film excerpts see www.1worldcitizen.com
Guest: Arun Gupta
Guest: Athena Roberts
"Athena Roberts is an aerospace engineering student at Arizona State University. She is in her junior year and is interested in developing advanced propulsion and radiation shielding systems and ways to dramatically reduce the cost to Earth orbit. She works on the AZLoop SpaceX Hyperloop competition team as a propulsion engineer. She enjoys cuddling with her boyfriend."
Guest: Austin Green
Austin has over 20 years of media production experience including documentaries, music videos and conceptual multimedia projects. He also earned the rank of Staff Sergeant while serving in the Air Force from 2000 to 2005, where he exhibited outstanding leadership and was awarded the Air Force Achievement Medal for meritorious service overseas. Austin studied two years at the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts before pursuing Bachelors in Business Administration at the Price College of Business, University of Oklahoma.
Guest: Austin Petersen
Austin Petersen is a constitutional Libertarian who believes in economic freedom and personal liberty. Petersen’s passion for limited government led him to a job at the Libertarian National Committee in 2008, and then eventually to the Atlas Economic Research Foun- dation. After fighting for liberty in our nation’s capital, Petersen took a job as an associate producer for Judge Andrew Napolitano’s show FreedomWatch on the Fox Business Network. After the show’s cancellation, Austin returned to D.C. to work for the Tea Party institution FreedomWorks, and subsequently started his own business venture, Stonegait LLC, and a popular nation- al news magazine The Libertarian Republic.
Guest: AZ State Senator Kelli Ward
Senator Kelli Ward was born and raised in West Virginia. Kelli graduated from Bridgeport High School where she worked hard to achieve the highest honor - valedictorian. She was also voted Most Likely To Succeed. In high school, Kelli was very involved including being the president of the National Honor Society, a cheerleader, a member of the volleyball and tennis teams, a member of the Key Club, and she served as an officer in Student Government. She attended Duke University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in psychology. She worked as an environmental chemist in Florida for a year and credits her co-workers with strengthening her Republican/Conservative values by introducing her to talk radio and Rush Limbaugh. Kelli attended the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine and graduated with her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree in 1996. She completed her Family Medicine Residency training in Garden City, Michigan. Kelli met her husband, Michael Ward, during
Guest: Bar Hess
Guest: Barbara Blewster
America Two Publishing was founded by Barbara Blewster, a native of Phoenix, Arizona. She is married to Mr. Bill Blewster and together they have 7 children and 30+ grandchildren. A long time advocate of education, Mrs. Blewster graduated from West High School in Phoenix and went on to attend the University of Colorado and later Arizona State University, where she received her Bachelors in Business Administration. Seeing gaps in her children’s education, Mrs. Blewster became a pioneer in the current home-schooling movement, beginning in 1979 and continuing for 11 years. Mrs. Blewster has been actively involved in politics in Arizona throughout most of her life. She was elected to the 44th Legislature, and then served as President of the Arizona Republican Assembly, the Constitutional Republicans, and Executive Vice President of the National Federation of Republican Assemblies. The Blewsters are life members of the John Birch Society. Her love and appreciation for the liberties and
Guest: Barbara Peterson
Guest: Barry Cooper
Barry Cooper was once considered one of America’s top drug agents who worked joint operations with the ATF, DEA, FBI, U.S. Military and Border Patrol but has since switched sides and has dedicated his life to easing the suffering caused by the War on Drugs. Here are some of his accomplishments: Has guest lectured and taught thousands of criminal defense lawyers new strategies in terms of defending drug clients. In 2006, was the first to blow the whistle on drug dog false alerts. Has been a guest on numerous radio shows and every cable news channel including MSNBC, FOX, ABC, NBC and NPR. Has appeared in over 2,000 newspapers and magazines including Rolling Stones, High Times, Maxim, Cannabis Culture and the Texas Observer. Sold over 1 million DVDs teaching people how not to get busted for marijuana. Has worked over 10 years as a criminal defense expert witness, saving over 500 clients from jail.
Guest: Barry Dyke
Guest: Barry Hess
Guest: Baxter Tidwell
Guest: Bb Prechter
Guest: Becky Akers
Becky Akers is a free-lance journalist and historian who has written for Lew Rockwell, the Campaign for Liberty, the New American, the Christian Science Monitor, Barron's, the Washington, New York, and Denver Posts, and many other publications and websites.
Guest: Ben Farmer
Guest: Ben Nichols
r3VULutionary and liberty activist, social networking guru, political science major
Guest: Ben Stone
Ben is a retired engineer and has worked for some of the largest corporations in the world. As an entrepreneur he has started and ran several successful small businesses. Ben is married to Cindy, his wife of 36 years, and they have three adult anarchist children and one grandchild. Ben is also an ordained minister and a former radio talk show host on a nationally syndicated radio show featured on 35 radio stations from coast to coast. As a podcaster and a public speaker, Ben was often billed as The Bad Quaker, and a large portion of his recording can be found archived at Bad Quaker Dot Com. Ben's new book is called: SEDITION SUBVERSION AND SABOTAGE FIELD MANUAL No. 1, A Three Part Solution to The State
Guest: Ben Swann
We are speaking truth to power through media, culture, and technology to empower the voice of the people toward liberty and freedom.
Guest: Benjamin Powell
Benjamin Powell, Ph.D. Director and Professor of Economics Benjamin Powell is the director of the Free Market Institute and a professor of economics in the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business Administration at Texas Tech University. Prof. Powell is the North American Editor of the Review of Austrian Economics, past president of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, and a senior fellow with the Independent Institute. He earned his B.S. in economics and finance from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University. Prior to joining Texas Tech University, he taught economics at Suffolk University and San Jose State University. Prof. Powell is the author of Out of Poverty: Sweatshops in the Global Economy (Cambridge University Press, 2014), editor of Making Poor Nations Rich: Entrepreneurship and the Process of Development (Stanford University Press, 2008) and co-editor (with Randall G. Holcombe) of Housing Amer
Guest: Bernard von NotHaus
Bernard von NotHaus - Monetary Architect of the Liberty Dollar UPDATE: On March 18, 2011 Bernard von NotHaus was convicted in Federal District Court in Statesville, North Carolina on charges of making counterfeit coins, uttering counterfeit coins and defrauding the United States. Three additional defendants are awaiting their trial. The case received wide coverage when US Attorney Anne M. Tompkins classified BVNH as a “unique terrorist” in a post trial statement. Bernard von NotHaus is the most engaging monetary activists in the country today. In September 2006, the US Mint issued a warning that his silver based Liberty Dollar currency was illegal! So von NotHaus sued the US Mint, Secretary of the Treasury and the Department of Justice in early 2007. The government retaliated by raiding Liberty Dollar warehouse and seized nine tons of gold, silver, platinum and copper. The raid landed von NotHaus on CNN, CNBC, front page of the Washington Post and dozens of other natio
Guest: Beth Vest
Carole “Beth” Vest Chairman and CEO of the National Organization of Libertarian Women Vice-Chairman of Libertarian State Leadership Alliance Beth Vest is a veteran of political life in the state of Louisiana, having been raised in a politically active family who also valued the ideals of volunteer service to the community and in civic life. Having spent most of her life working and volunteering on a number of projects and campaigns, she has a special focus on integrity in the voting process, and worked for a number of years as a volunteer and trainer for poll watchers and workers. Through that work she has developed special insight into the mechanics of how we choose our representatives and is an advocate for integrity in that process. She is currently serving as secretary of her local Libertarian Party Executive Committee and serves in state party leadership on the Louisiana Libertarian Party State Executive Committee as representative from St. Tammany Parish. She is also currently
Guest: BetteRose Ryan
BetteRose is a Former Libertarian National Committee Rep; Current Associate Publisher at Bent Briar Publishing Webpages: http://www.bentbriarbooks.com/ https://www.lp.org/
Guest: Bill Buppert
Guest: Bill Domenico
Guest: Bill Fletcher
Guest: Bill Mastin
Guest: Bill Maston
Guest: Bill McDorman
Guest: Blake Anderson
About us CoinTelegraph covers everything-Bitcoin, bringing you the latest news, prices, breakthroughs, and analytics, with emphasis on expert opinion and commentary from the digital currency community. The world of digital currencies is growing with each passing day; as more and more businesses, entrepreneurs, start-ups, and everyday people begin to adopt this technology due to its many advantages, it is becoming increasingly important to educate yourself and be aware of these new financial and technological innovations. CoinTelegraph is here to help you greet digital currency with open arms. Meet our authors here: http://cointelegraph.com/authors/ And our graphics artist Dennis Spaans: http://cointelegraph.com/authors/artist Email: drop@cointelegraph.com Phone: +1 347 741 82 68 Skype: cointelegraph CoinTelegraph Ltd Mailing Address 575 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10022-2511 USA
Guest: Bob Bowdon
Choice Media is a non-profit education news service, devoted to covering all facets of K-12 education policy. Founded by veteran television host and documentary filmmaker Bob Bowdon, ChoiceMedia.TV is the nation’s online hub for education news. We select the most pertinent headlines from coast-to-coast, provide real-time analysis of developing stories and meet with those making waves in the education world. And most importantly, Choice Media wants to hear from you. Have a news tip or idea? Let us know. Are you a teacher, parent or student with a first-hand story the world should hear? Record a video and send it our way. Chronicling what really happens in the nation’s schools, we’ll come that much closer to making reform a reality.
Guest: Bob Podolsky
Following careers in applied physics / systems analysis and psychotherapy, Podolsky met John David Garcia with whom, under Garcia’s tutelage he became intensely committed to finding answers to the question, “What has to happen for humanity to thrive and flourish?” As a participant in John David’s research into ethics, creativity and organizational development, he realized that, in the presence of our current crop of unethical institutions, humanity is doomed. By 1992 he had begun writing articles, and subsequently seven books, about ethics, law, and government – and the necessity of freedom. Meanwhile his research showed him unequivocally that the institutions that we usually look to, to solve societal problems, are actually the cause of all the major problems that our species faces. The three big offenders in this respect are Banks, Organized Religion, and Government. He coined the phrase B.O.R.G when referencing these three institutions collectively. As a direct result of
Guest: Bob Podolsky
Guest: Bob Pretcher
Robert R. Prechter, Jr., CMT, began his professional career in 1975 as a Technical Market Specialist with the Merrill Lynch Market Analysis Department in New York. He has been publishing The Elliott Wave Theorist, a monthly forecasting publication, since 1979. Currently he is president of Elliott Wave International, which publishes analysis of global stock, bond, currency, metals and energy markets. He is also Executive Director of the Socionomics Institute, a research group. Mr. Prechter has won numerous awards for market timing, including the United States Trading Championship, and in 1989 was awarded the "Guru of the Decade" title by Financial News Network (now CNBC). He has been named "one of the premier timers in stock market history" by Timer Digest, "the champion market forecaster" by Fortune magazine, "the world leader in Elliott Wave interpretation" by The Securities Institute, and "the nation's foremost proponent of the Elliott Wave method of forecasting" by The New York Time
Guest: Bob Schultz
Guest: Bob Templeton
Guest: Boston T Party
Guest: Brad Friedman
Guest: Bradley Jardis
Former New Hampshire Police Officer that quit because he could no longer enforce the unconstitutional Drug War. Law Enforcement Against Prohibition expelled Bradley from their org. for not enforceing the laws.
Guest: Braedon Victor
Devil Pups is an non-profit organization designed to help boys and girls from all backgrounds gain self-confidence and learn to take responsibility for their actions. Devil Pups is not a Marine Corps sponsored program. The program is not a 'mini boot camp' para-military or recruiting organization for the Marine Corps. Encampment Commanders are employees of Devil Pups, Inc.
Guest: Brandon Caston
Secure Our aim at BurnTurn is to protect the Bitcoins of our players and we take this responsibility very seriously. Except for those funds available for timely player payouts, the vast majority of bitcoins entrusted to us (over 90% of deposits) are held in cold storage, using high encryption and peer-reviewed security protocols. In addition, we have contracted with a leading security firm that specializes in bitcoin security and they, as an impartial third party, will be conducting an audit to validate our security; all findings (and any corrections, if necessary) will be documented in a white paper to be shared with players and competitors alike. Open Source BurnTurn has developed our poker game using the stable and highly scalable open-source poker platform built by Cubeia Poker. We partnered with Cubeia, an industry leader headquartered in Europe, to extend their platform to securely and seamlessly integrate the Bitcoin protocol. In addition, all code that handles receivi
Guest: Brandon Cheshire
Founded with the goal of providing all customers with the highest quality, ethical and affordable solar PV integration
Guest: Brandon Puckett
Guest: Brandon Smith
Guest: Brent Murray
I am studying manufacturing engineering in school. Some things I like to do in my free time are; rock climbing, mountain biking, computer games, playing guitar, and working on my fish tanks. I like too do anything out side, i guess you could say i'm an outdoors person.
Guest: Brett Veinotte
Guest: Brian Doherty
Guest: Brian Sovryn
Brian Sovryn is the host of the anarchist science and tech show, Sovryn Tech. He has worked for multiple tech companies in the past and has been involved in the cypherpunk community for over 15 years. He also co-hosted Free Talk Live on Sunday nights for two years, co-hosted the "Sex & Science Hour" with Dr. Stephanie Murphy on the Let's Talk Bitcoin Network, and now operates the independent game company, Zomia Offline Games. He currently lives in New Hampshire. --Webpage: www.sovryntech.com (it leads to the Soundcloud page for my podcast)
Guest: Brian Stith
What is undocumented human? A person who does not require paperwork to be free. A born stateless person. “Home-grown, free-range human. Like they used to make.” This website has been created to connect the decentralized network of individuals who do not submit their children to government documents for proof of birthday and location of birth. Declaring your Independence does not require a government form. Donate to the Undocumented Human #bitcoin #tour
Guest: Brock Lorber
Guest: Bruce Fenton
Prior to founding Atlantic Financial, Bruce Fenton worked for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter (formerly Dean Witter) starting in 1992. At Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, he was a specialist in managed accounts and one of the youngest stockbrokers ever to work for the company. Bruce Fenton, Managing Director of Atlantic FinancialBruce has been a guest on Bloomberg Radio and been quoted by: The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Investor’s Business Daily, Fortune, Bloomberg, The National Law Journal, The Journal of Accountancy, The American Bar Association Lawyer’s Weekly, The National Law Journal, Fortune Small Business Magazine, and several other publications. Bruce has written for several publications such as The Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers Journal, Mass Lawyers Weekly and was co-host of an investment related television show. Bruce appears as a guest speaker at several events each year. Past events have included featured speaker engagements at: Global Competitive
Guest: Bruce Perlowin
An Unusual Entrepreneur - with one desire – to help change the world into a better place. 2012 CEO of HEMP Inc. (HEMP.OTC) 2010 30 years have passed since his marijuana smuggling career came to an end. 2009 “Marijuana, Inc.” aired and became the most watched documentary in CNBC history. He became a celebrity in the marijuana movement after the airing of “Marijuana, Inc.” Bruce and his business partner, Don Steinberg, changed the name of their company to Medical Marijuana, Inc. Medical Marijuana became the first company in US history to go into the medical marijuana industry with the stock symbol MJNA. 2008 Became part of CNBC documentary “Marijuana, Inc.” 1995 – 2000 Started One World Communications, Inc., another network marketing company, with Don Steinberg. One World Communications, Inc., became the fastest growing callback company. 1993-1994 Started GlobalCom 2000, a network marketing company, with Don Steinberg. Sold GlobalCom 2000 in 1994 1992-1993
Guest: Brunn Roysden
The myType Keyboard™ has been in production for approximately 2 years. However, its origin goes back 25 years. My initial interest in keyboards was personal – I believed that the technology existed to make a pocket computer – providing that a suitable keyboard could be made. Everything in electronics was shrinking – except for the human hand. There have been numerous devices over the years which could have served as a pocket computer, from the Apple Newton to the Palm Pilot to the latest smart phones and mini-tablets. None served as a fully usable computer because of the lack of a suitable keyboard –a keyboard on which you could touch type, but which fit comfortably in a pocket or purse. This was true until the myType Keyboard. Keyboards were either too big to carry – or they were too small to type on. Keyboards that are displayed on a screen – so-called virtual keyboards – use up valuable screen space, and provide no “feel” required for touch typing. Thumb boards requir
Guest: Butler Shaffer
Guest: Byron Templeton
Byron Templeton is currently a medical student aspiring to become a Naturopathic Doctor and a pioneer in various health fields. He previously attended the Clarksburg Beauty Academy of Massage Therapy and graduated with honors. He practiced as a national and state licensed massage therapist at Travis Physical Therapy in West Virginia for 6 years. During that time, Byron also worked as a certified ISSA personal trainer for 8 years and graduated from Fairmont State University in West Virginia with a major in psychology and a minor in biology. Byron desires to progress naturopathic medicine while staying true to the philosophy, principles, and practice of nature cure.
Guest: C.J. Czaia
Guest: Caitlin B. Flaherty
Guest: Caleb Leverett
Guest: Cara Nicole Trujillo
AZ Powergirl/Cara Nicole is more than a pretty face. Yes, she is a world-wide cosplay sensation. Yes, she has pushed the limits of cosplay as an art form by creating books, appearing on national television, radio and print ads. Yes, Cara has worked for Marvel and Big City Comics at San Diego Comicon and is actually the model for Magic: The Gathering’s Emmara Tandris card (not many people can say that they are on a Magic card). And yes, Cara Nicole travels internationally to comic book, anime, pop- culture and other conventions. But with all of her success, she has not lost sight of her start in comics and still participates in as many local charity events as possible. Especially when it involves children or blood drives. As a true supporter to her passion of costuming, Cara uses her experience as an elite cosplayer to teach panels on Cosplay Safety, The Business of Cosplay, as well as mentors many newer costumers to grow in the business. AZ Powergirl/ Cara Nicole is more than a cospla
Guest: Carla Gericke
Guest: Carlos Alfaro
Guest: Carlos Miller
Guest: Carlos Morales
Bio: Carlos Morales is a former Child Protective Services investigator, author of Legally Kidnapped: The Case Against Child Protective Services, president and founder of Child Protective Services Victim Support, the host of the libertarian atheist Podcast, and a committed legal advocate for family reunification. Since leaving his career as an investigator, he has actively helped families throughout the country fight for their children in and out of court. Website: Legallykidnapped.net Video trailer for the book https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5dHM76OSts
Guest: Carrie Ann Sitren
Guest: Casey Carlson
Guest: CAT THOR
CAT THOR CEO & Chief Strategist for DarkHorse Unlimited DarkHorse mission: To teach individuals, families, groups, companies and communities to plan, prepare and train for any critical incident, of any magnitude. DarkHorse Classes (all are custom fit to the client): Family and Community Preparedness Tactical and strategic training (firearms and small unit tactics) Survival and Sustainability (Urban and Wilderness) Personal defense training Conditioning training And much more... YEARS of Experience: 10 years corporate and private disaster recovery and business continuity planning; 20+ years training groups large and small; 10 years tactical trainer (firearms and small unit tactics); 15 years teaching wilderness and urban survival NRA Instructor 30+ years martial arts (three black belts) 7 years executive protection details
Guest: Catherine Bleish
Guest: Cecile Pineda
Guest: Cecilia Satori
*Vocalist*Music Maker*Songwriter*Cello Instrumentalist*Innovator Creator*Intellectual Transformer*Internet Radio*||| =?My Words R My Own?=
Guest: Celestino Fernandez
BIO: Celestino Fernández, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor Emeritus University of Arizona Dr. Celestino Fernández served as Professor of Sociology at the University of Arizona for 39 years (retired July 2015), where he also served in several administrative positions, including as Vice President for Academic Outreach and International Affairs. He taught courses and conducted research on various topics pertaining to culture, including happiness. His happiness course regularly enrolled over 500 students (and had a waiting list) and he has lectured widely on happiness, once drawing an audience of over 1500. Prof. Fernández has published approximately 50 articles and book chapters on various sociological topics. He has composed about as many corridos (Mexican ballads) and served on an equal number of university accreditation teams throughout the U.S., Europe, and Latin America. Dr. Fernández received both the M.A. and Ph.D. in sociology from Stanford University. During 2000-2
Guest: Chad Hudspeth
As the USA stares at an un-certain future where only a few absolute truths can be known, (one being that the dollar WILL become less valuable thereby raising the price of food), it has never been more important to become food self sufficient. Join us in the food revolution!
Guest: Chad Stearns
Member of HeatSync Labs (A local hackerspace community)
Guest: Charles Goyette
Guest: Charles Heller
Charles Heller grew up in Chicago, where he had an air gun range in the basement of his Grandfather's house. He attended Lane Tech High School, and Northern Illinois University. Charles moved to Arizona in 1978, specifically for the right to keep and bear arms, as his native Chicago would no longer allow handguns. At age 11, he fired his first handgun, his Dad's 1911, at Bell's Range in Suburban Chicago. "It made music so sweet, I have never lost the tune," he says. He is the son of a law enforcement officer and a music teacher, and his Grandfather was a Judge. He says, "I knew what certiori meant, before I learned the infield fly rule." Charles is one of four co-founders of the Arizona Citizens Defense Leage, the group which obtained Constitutional carry in Arizona. AzCDL dot org. He is the Executive Director of Jews For the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, a Wisconsin based 501 c 3, dedicated to eradicating all gun control. JPFO dot org. He has been an Arizona c
Guest: Charles Pax
Charles Pax is the former Director of Research and Development at MakerBot Industries, leading the team that developed the original Replicator 3D printer. He has also served as an Intelligence Analyst in Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay.
Guest: Charles Peralo
"Charles is a New York based inventor and entrepreneur who's been a longtime activist in the liberty movement. He started his first company at age 17, filed his first patent at 18 and has been active in efforts on products in Bitcoin, exercise equipment, software and confections with his new startup Pivot Foods LLC. He is also the co-founder of beinglibertarian.com where he writes and advocates public policy on a wide social media following. He is running for chairman of the LP realizing the party has the right ideas, but isn't holding itself to the standards deserving of libertarianism."
Guest: Cheri Seymour
Guest: Chip Saunders
Guest: Chris
Guest: Chris Bliss
Guest: Chris Campbell
Guest: Chris Cantwell
Anarchist, Atheist, Asshole
Guest: Chris Duane
Guest: Chris Emery
Guest: Chris Flood
Guest: Chris Fucci
Christopher Fucci grew up in South Florida where he completed the Physician Assistant program at Nova Southeastern University and became board certified in general practice and surgery. After working 13 years in various orthopedic sub-specialties he decided to further his education in medicine. Unhappy with the philosophy of modern medicine he made the decision to attend naturopathic medical school. Chris firmly believes in the healing power of natural medicine as taught in the past and that it is the duty of the physician to fully understand the lifetime of experiences contributing to a patient’s disease.
Guest: Chris Gault
Guest: Chris Hedges
Chris Hedges, whose column is published Mondays on Truthdig, spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans. He has reported from more than 50 countries and has worked for The Christian Science Monitor, National Public Radio, The Dallas Morning News and The New York Times, for which he was a foreign correspondent for 15 years. Hedges was part of the team of reporters at The New York Times awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 2002 for the paper’s coverage of global terrorism. He also received the Amnesty International Global Award for Human Rights Journalism in 2002. The Los Angeles Press Club honored Hedges’ original columns in Truthdig by naming the author the Online Journalist of the Year in 2009, and granted him the Best Online Column award in 2010 for his Truthdig essay “One Day We’ll All Be Terrorists.” Hedges is a senior fellow at The Nation Institute in New York City and has taught at Columbia University, New York Uni
Guest: Chris Hellman
Guest: Chris Neandrathal
Chris Neandrathal international man of Mystery from parts unknown with motives that can only be described as Questionable as he unloads the information that most consider to be a load. You can decide for yourself which load of what he calls Cryptocracy to take away as true or false. But have some fun while you do it.
Guest: Chris Odom
Chris Odom Chris Odom is the creator of the Open-Transactions project and the cofounder of Monetas. Chris has spoken at conferences all over the world, and has been featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and Euromoney. Chris was recently added to the registry of transcendent financial cryptographers. ========================================= Open-Transactions (OT) (Named Stash, Inc) Our core platform is built on Open-Transactions, a financial-crypto toolkit with unique capabilities. We're making trust obsolete. Cryptocurrencies have appeared but are still plagued by hacks, scams, and thefts; Mt.Gox being the most prominently cited. Every financial or Bitcoin-related business shares the same problem: They have to hold their users' money. Our technology eliminates the storage—and therefore theft—of user funds. It effectively eliminates counterfeiting and fraud. In the new normal, anything less will be unacceptable. The ultimate transaction platform Our software is bui
Guest: Chris Pacea
Lead Developer for the Bitcoin Authenticator project and blogger at Bitcoin not Bombs
Guest: Chris Pacia
Lead backend Software developer for @openbazaar
Guest: Chris Rodda
Guest: Chris Wischmeyer
Wischmeyer turns in signed recall petitions, says she will run for Robin Whatley's spot on council CAMP VERDE - At 2 p.m. Wednesday, Camp Verde resident Cheri Wischmeyer submitted signed petitions to the Camp Verde Town Clerk's office to recall council members Bruce George, Jessie Jones and Robin Whatley. A short time later, Wischmeyer said she plans to seek election - to take Whatley's seat. Wischmeyer, chairman of the group Camp Verde for Good Government, originally said she initiated the recall because the three council members - and Mayor Charlie German - voted to approve a .65-percent sales tax increase. Wischmeyer needed 331 to recall the council members, but she needed 485 signatures to recall the mayor. Wischmeyer was unsuccessful at getting the necessary amount of signatures to recall German. Before submitting the signed petitions, Wischmeyer said the recall wasn't about the passing of the sales tax but it was about "getting a government who care about this town
Guest: Christina Heller
Guest: Christina Tobin
Guest: Christine Kinealy
Since completing her PhD at Trinity College in Ireland, Christine Kinealy has worked in educational and research institutes in Dublin, Belfast and Liverpool and, since 2007, the USA. She is currently Professor of Irish History in the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies at Drew University, USA. In September 2013, she was appointed the founding Director of Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. Professor Kinealy has written a number of books on modern Ireland, with a focus on the Great Hunger. These include, This Great Calamity. The Great Irish Famine 1845-52 (Gill and Macmillan, 1994 and 2006), Repeal and Revolution. 1848 in Ireland (Manchester University Press, 2009), and Daniel O’Connell and Abolition. The Saddest People the Sun Sees (Pickering and Chatto, 2011). Her most recent book is, ‘Charity and the Great Hunger in Ireland. The Kindness of Strangers’ (Bloomsbury, 2013). Professor Kinealy has lectured throughout the world on the Great Fami
Guest: Christine Smith
Guest: Christopher Bollyn
Christopher Bollyn was born in Chicago and grew up during the 1960's in suburban Schaumburg, Illinois. He was raised in an educated middle class family. He delivered newspapers before school and became an Eagle Scout at age 15. He served as an altar boy in the Episcopalian Church and earned the God and Country award. His father, Albert, grew up in Chicago's Austin neighborhood and graduated with a degree in journalism from University of Illinois after serving the Army Corps of Engineers in Germany. Christopher's father was his first proofreader and editor. Albert Bollyn owned an interior decoration business and enjoyed acting in the theatre guild. The Bollyn family is related to Sir Thomas Boleyn, the father of Queen Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII and mother of Queen Elizabeth I
Guest: Christopher David
For Christopher David, a 2,000-mile move from his hometown in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to Austin, Texas, this week was the opportunity of a lifetime. As the founder of Arcade City, a ride-sharing platform that connects drivers and passengers via Facebook groups, David saw Austin as a ridesharing gold mine left vacant when Uber and Lyft, the two biggest rideshare companies in the United States, departed town. On May 9, two days after losing a public referendum that would have overturned a City Council ordinance requiring fingerprint checks on rideshare drivers, Uber and Lyft left the Texan capital. The two companies lobbied hard against fingerprinting, spending more than $8 million in the fight. Their departure left a vacuum for the booming ridesharing sector, and it is now being filled quickly by startups like David’s Arcade City and others. “Austin is the only large developed city in the world that doesn’t have Uber and Lyft,” says Joshua Baer, who runs an Austin-based entrepr
Guest: Christopher G. Fichtner, M.D.
The author’s background: University of California, Riverside (B.S., psychobiology, 1977); University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine (M.D., 1987); psychiatry residency at the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago; Certificate in Medical Management awarded jointly by the University of Southern California and the American College of Physician Executives; and board-certification in psychiatry. Between college and medical school, he attended Columbia University in the City of New York (M.A., psychology, 1979) and Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div., 1982), and completed a year of doctoral level work in religion and psychological studies at the University of Chicago. Dr. Fichtner has served on the faculty of several medical schools, including the University of Chicago, and currently holds an appointment as Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Since 2008, he has worked as a staff psychiatrist for th
Guest: Christopher Waid
Christopher Waid, a liberty-lover, is the Founder and CEO of ThinkPenguin, Inc. ThinkPenguin was created out of concern for the lack of privacy and freedom in the tech sphere. At the time of the companies founding there was not a single entity focused on free-software respecting hardware, or providing end-user support for users wanting to use only freedom-respecting software.
Guest: Chuck Baldwin
Guest: Chuck Coppes
Guest: Chuck Untersee
Guest: Cindy Cantrell
Cindy Cantrell is a top producing real estate broker that specializes in the southwest. She has always had a passion for the stock market and with technology, she coaches people how to leverage technology to build wealth.
Guest: Cindy DeBac
Cindy deBac has been in Alternative medicine for over 26 yrs , as a Nutraceutical sales rep teaching and selling to doctors,and health food store owners on products and information and a health food store owner . Cindy is very intuitive she has studied Quantum physics and vibrational medicine for over 19yrs .She has studied Nickolas Teslas technologies and zero point energy and scalar wave . She has been a activist for over 1 yr and 8 months with the Smart meters and the 4 G cell phones and towers has been on Fox news,and spoke 3 times to educate the and give awareness about digital pulse micowave radiation from Smart meters and the 4 G smart phones and cell phone tower network to the Arizona homeopathic integrative medical association . Doctors send there patience to Cindy and she helps them from Mild to sever cases of EMF (Electromagnetic Frequency) and EMR radiation (Electromagnetic Radiation) and clients world wide .
Guest: Cindy Sheehan
Guest: CJ Killmer
ProfCJ Who is CJ? CJ has been teaching college history since 2006, but he has been a smartass, iconoclast, and a cynical questioner and critic of authority since he was a kid. Naturally, these attitudes have influenced his take on history. CJ likes his teaching job and does his utmost to incorporate his critiques of the established narrative into the classes he teaches, but he still finds formal academia somewhat limiting at times, so he decided to start a podcast as an outlet for his most radical revisionist rants. What is the Dangerous History Podcast? The goal of the Dangerous History Podcast is to help you learn the past so that you can better understand the present and prepare for the future. The Dangerous History Podcast takes CJ’s countless hours spent as a Professional History Dork and boils all the most interesting and/or important stuff he has learned into podcast episodes, combining education with entertainment with the ultimate goal of empowerment.
Guest: Claire Wolfe
Guest: Clayton Nolte
Clayton M. Nolte is the inventor of the structured water units and President of Natural Action Technologies, Inc. This is an information website which is continually changing and being updated with new information. It is intended for those of you seeking to improve your health and vitality with structured water, and as a support for the distributors of our water structuring units. “When one understands our innate life blood and Structured Water are one and the same; the truth of Nature, we then know we are standing in the doorway to fulfill our Destiny. We are in the Grace of Receivership.“ -Clayton Nolte CLAYTON M. NOLTE Clayton M. Nolte, is a researcher and inspired inventor of life transforming water structuring technologies. He spent the last forty years exploring physics, math and the properties of water, and the effects it has on life. During Clayton’s research, natures own structured water became a unique recurring phenomenon of appearing where no water should. Wi
Guest: Clint Bolick
Guest: Cody Drummond
Peacekeeper has never just been a community-defense app. At its heart, it’s an ideal. More responsive, humane, trusted emergency protection. More tightly-knit communities, and neighbors united by a shared willingness to help each other out. It’s about creating something better, stronger, more flexible, and more humane than the current failed system. That’s why I’m proud to announce our new program, Peacekeeper Foundations. We’ve built the app. It’s stable. Now it’s time to take the next step.
Guest: Cody Wilson
Guest: Coleen Rowley
Guest: Colin Cantrell
A short Bio (or link to one) so the host will know how to introduce you. Colin is an entrepreneur and innovator who used his years of experience in the aerospace industry and 13+ years of Software Engineering to develop the necessary solutions for the growth of the technological base of Crypto Currencies. Since 2014 he has been developing Nexus, after becoming involved in Bitcoin in early 2013. He also is researching and developing new energy systems that will contribute to more sustainability in the future including hydrogen, electromagnetics, provides humanity with the technology that lowers our cost of life while increases the quality of life.
Guest: Colin Gunn
Colin is an award-winning writer/director/producer and accomplished animator. His previous films include Shaky Town, a film about San Francisco homosexual politics and The Monstrous Regiment of Women a documentary about the harmful effects of feminism. He most recently co-directed/wrote and produced the Documentaries IndoctriNation: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity in America and Captivated: Finding Freedom in a Media Captive. He also acted as executive producer of Act Like Men: A Titanic Lesson in Manliness. He recently completed a new feature length documentary on American healthcare called 'Wait Till It's Free!' Originally from Hamilton Scotland, Colin Lives in Texas with his wife and 9 children.
Guest: Colleen Tweedy
Guest: Commander Dale Brown
Dale C. Brown is the founder of The Detroit Threat Management Center located in Detroit. Commander Brown created Eclectikan survival tactical training systems in 1993.This training system is comprised of tactical psychology, tactical law and tactical skills, to teach communities and corporations how to properly manage human threats and create non-violent outcomes. In 1995, on the eastside of Detroit, Commander Brown officially formed the V.I.P.E.R.S. (Violence Intervention Protective Emergency Response System). A bodyguard tactical training program that emphasizes the importance of mission motivated altruistic community service. The organization became known for helping the community, by stopping home invasions and murders that had been a problem for many years prior. This resulted in a good quality of life for the residents who lived in the community. The byproduct of which meant that the building owners went into the black for the first time in twenty years and the police department
Guest: Corey Kealiher
Co-producer/co-director of "For Liberty", activist, and Founder of t Hoopydoo Industries. https://www.facebook.com/HoopydooIndustries http://www.youtube.com/user/MasterHoopydoo/videos https://www.facebook.com/corey.kealiher/about
Guest: Costas Panayotakis
Guest: Crosby Peck
Guest: Current News and Events
Guest: Curt Schultz
Guest: Cynthia Cantrell
Guest: Dahr Jamail
In late 2003, weary of the overall failure of the US media to accurately report on the realities of the war in Iraq, Dahr went to the Middle East to report on the war himself. He spent more than 1 year in Iraq as one of only a few independent US journalists in the country. Dahr has also reported from Syria, Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan, and on veterans resistance against US foreign policy, and is now focusing on anthropogenic climate disruption and the environment.

Dahr’s stories have been published with Truthout, Inter Press Service, Tom Dispatch, The Sunday Herald in Scotland, The Guardian, Foreign Policy in Focus, Le Monde, Le Monde Diplomatique, The Huffington Post, The Nation, The Independent, and Al Jazeera, among others. Dahr’s writing has been translated into French, Polish, German, Dutch, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese, Arabic and Turkish. Dahr has reported for Democracy Now! and Al-Jazeera, and has appeared on the BBC, NPR, and other stations around the globe.
Guest: Dale Everett
Guest: Dan D'Amico, Brett Veinotte
Guest: Dan Gutenkauf
is a legal researcher and political activist in many areas, especially in the area of computer election fraud since 1996.
Guest: Dan Isett
Parents Television Council A non-partisan education organization advocating responsible entertainment.
Guest: Dan Johnson
Dan Johnson is 19 years old, an Eagle Scout (Homeschooled class of 2010 Chewelah, Washington), and has been recognized as one of the top 30 impromptu speakers in the United States. He is a Political Science Major at Bowling Green State University, and speaks a moderate amount of Japanese. He was always interested in politics, and was appalled when he saw the direction our country was heading in. His wake-up call was watching a video on the NDAA in November. After doing further research, in late January, he founded PANDA (People Against the National Defense authorization Act). PANDA is supported by groups across the political spectrum, and is now one of the fastest growing liberty movements in the nation; with over 30 state teams across the country. Recognized by many as an upcoming expert on the subjects of Liberty vs. National Security, the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, the 2001 AUMF, and the gradual slide toward an American Police State, Dan Johnson has spoke
Guest: Dan Krol
Dan is a software developer, originally from Minnesota, currently living in Berkeley, California. He is a libertarian with an interest in exploring alternatives to government functions. His current project is the website I Can't Believe It's Not Government, collecting stories of historical and modern alternatives to coercive government. Dan is also the resident Bitcoin Hater at BitcoinNotBombs.com, where he accepts your bitcoin donations for talking smack about Bitcoin. You might catch Dan juggling at the next liberty event.
Guest: Dan Larimer
Founder of Bitshares A Passion for Freedom—Via Decentralization Not all that deep and hidden in his entrepreneurial heart of hearts, Daniel Larimer is a philosopher and a dreamer, identities he readily attests to in discussing an approach to life, study and work that has placed him in the forefront of the Bitcoin world, where he is known within its inner circles as “Father of the DAC.” (He originated the idea of the “decentralized autonomous company.”) As founder of bitshares, an utterly innovative “crypto-equity” platform that he founded in 2013, Larimer’s passion is bound not so much by building successful companies, though that is all well and good, but by having those companies do nothing less than help change the world. He aims to do so under the guiding vision of a radically decentralized economy that reflects his own company’s mission to pursue free markets that ensure “life, liberty and property for all.” Larimer is a Colorado native who spent his formative years in
Guest: Dan Pilla
For three decades, Dan Pilla has been the nation’s leader in taxpayers’ rights defense and IRS abuse prevention and cure. Regarded as one of the country’s premiere experts in IRS procedures, he has helped countless thousands of citizens solve personal and business tax problems they thought might never be solved. Dan Author PhotoAs the author of fourteen books, dozens of research reports and hundreds of articles, Dan’s work is regularly featured on radio and television as well as in major newspapers, leading magazines and trade publications nation-wide. Dan is a frequent guest on major talk radio programs where he is heard by millions of people each year. His fast-paced interviews provide hard hitting answers to even the toughest questions. His many media appearances include CNN, CBS, CNBC, Fox News, C-SPAN, the CBS Radio Network, the USA Radio Network and many others. His books have been recommended by prominent magazines and financial publications such as the Wall Street Journal, M
Guest: Dana Cody
Dana Cody has been championing the rights of women and the unborn for over twenty years. She started as a lay-counselor to women in crisis pregnancies, then fulfilled her passion to protect women and children victimized by abortion by obtaining her Juris Doctor from Western State University in 1993. After graduating from law school, she accepted a post-graduate fellowship with the Rutherford Institute, organized to protect religious liberty and free speech rights. Ms. Cody immediately passed the bar and continued as staff counsel for Rutherford Institute’s Western Regional Office. After leaving her position as staff counsel, she went to work as a consultant to the Assembly Education Committee, then chaired by pro-life Assembly Member Steve Baldwin. Assemblyman Baldwin was a member of the Assembly Health Committee, which allowed Ms. Cody to consult Mr. Baldwin on life issues. In 1996, Ms. Cody accepted the invitation to serve as a board member of Life Legal Defense Foundation.
Guest: Dana Frank
Dana Frank is Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Her books include Bananeras: Women Transforming the Banana Unions of Latin America , which focuses on Honduras and Buy American: The Untold Story of Economic Nationalism. She is currently writing a book on the history of the AFL-CIO's Cold War intervention in the Honduran labor movement, 1954-1980. Since the June 2009 coup, she has written multiple articles on Honduras and the Resistance for The Nation and NACLA: Report on the Americas; published many opinion essays for newspapers and web sites including the San Francisco Chronicle, the Huffington Post, and the ChicagoTribune.com ; and spoken widely on the radio in the U.S., Honduras, and Canada.
Guest: Dana Siegelman
Guest: Daniel Brown
Daniel Brown is the Editor-in-Chief of YouMeAndBTC.com where he hosts a weekly Bitcoin and liberty podcast. He also works for Liberty.me where they call him the Everything Elf and he writes for Amagi Metals' Free Market News blog.
Guest: Daniel Dabek
Daniel has worked previously in the hedge fund space as a software engineer, and when discovering SAFE Network, the decentralized internet he knew to get involved, developing for and evangelizing the SAFE Network technology from MaidSafe, and launching Infinity Algorithms a company that is pioneering the SAFE Network. He is all set to deliver SAFEX protocol as a first application on this new internet that unites decentralized transactions. Leading the endeavor pioneering the SAFE Network.
Guest: Daniel Sackett
Guest: Danielle McClung
Guest: Dannel Roberts
The Noble Gas Plasma Turbine consists of one moving part and it’s design benefits a closed system. One of the biggest hurdles in the standard NGE reciprocating engine is the difficulty of containing the gases needed to enhance the plasma effect. With the turbine design, this would no longer be an issue as the only moving part is the turbine/shaft assembly. Bearings are a lot easier to seal than pistons and the turbine only has one. The turbine housing is sealed, vacuumed, and filled with a noble gas mixture. In the current prototype their are 4 electrode heads that provide propulsion to the turbine. Further enhancements down the road could be adding nozzles to the electrode chambers in order to focus the plasma expansion on the turbine, Adding several levels of turbines in order to combine their total power to one output shaft, optimizing the turbine blade design in order to harness the full effect, and various electrode cup modifications to enhance the plasma reactions. Thanks Bob
Guest: Danny Muller
Guest: Danny Sessoms
Danny Somthin a Central Texas entrepreneur that not only accepts bitcoin for services but actively encourages other business's to do so as well. After realizing the joke called the political system was not designed to help anyone, bitcoin was easily realized as an actual form of activism. As cohost and creative director Danny mixes various pro liberty topics with the ideas of decentralized technologies.
Guest: Dara Vanesian
Vice Mayor Elected May 2011 Hobbies: Research, writing, billiards, networking, shooting, fishing Family: 5 Children Education: Bachelor of Science – Systems Management Bachelor of Science – Finance Certified Root Cause Analyst
Guest: Darcy Van Orden
BS in Criminal Pshchology from George Mason Univ, Member Campagn for Liberty, Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus. Concerned about parental rights and the abuses of child protective services
Guest: Daron Babin
For those of you who do not know me or have not yet met me…my name is Daron Babin. I am the new State Director for Norml in Arizona. Albeit I was only the Co-director for a short period of time…I have been involved with NIA since January. I started in January immediately being elected to the Board of Directors, as I’ve had many years of Media & Communications on my resume. I became aware of the rough history between some of the old supporters of Norml here in Arizona and the leadership that we had. Being new, I had the luxury of personally not having to share or bare that history. In what was considered “the best interest” of the organization…Kathy Inman made the decision to resign the State Director position and pass the baton to me. I won’t go into the specifics, about the transition…Kathy has been involved for many years. She has volunteers many hours of her time, and done what she felt was in the best interest of this organization. That included her resignation after all this
Guest: Darrin Tapp
Darren Tapp is co-host of the financial, economic, and cryptocurrency podcast Neocash Radio. Darren earned a Ph.D. from Purdue University researching algebraic geometry. He currently provides Business Intelligence services as a consultant. He also teaches foundational mathematics to MBA students. He also has his own venture promoting mathematics to young people.
Guest: Darryl Perry
Darryl has spent most of his adult life as an advocate & activist for peace and liberty. Darryl is an award winning author, publisher & radio/TV host. He is a regular contributor to several weekly and monthly newspapers. He hosts the daily newscast FPPRadioNews, the podcast Peace, Love, Liberty Radio, the weekly news podcast FPP Freedom Minute, and is a regular co-host on Free Talk Live. Darryl is a co-founder and co-chair of the NH Liberty Party. Darryl is the Owner/Managing Editor of Free Press Publications.
Guest: Daryl Mikell Brooks
Guest: Dave
Guest: Dave Barker
Guest: Dave Bradley
Taxpayers United for a safe and debt-free school district
Guest: Dave Butler
Guest: Dave Hodges
Dave Hodges — Host Dave Hodges Dave is an award winning psychology, statistics and research professor, a college basketball coach, a mental health counselor, a political activist and writer who has published dozens of editorials and articles in several publications such as Freedoms Phoenix, News With Views and The Arizona Republic. The Common Sense Show features a wide variety of important topics that range from the loss of constitutional liberties, to the subsequent implementation of a police state under world governance, to exploring the limits of human potential. The primary purpose of The Common Sense Show is to provide Americans with the tools necessary to reclaim both our individual and national sovereignty.
Guest: Dave Hollist
Dave Hollist 909-980-4198 constitution@compuserve.com CONTRACT INSURANCE = GOVERNMENT WITHOUT TAXES P.O. Box 9414, Alta Loma, CA 91701, free prospectus, $2 booklet Database Manager, Libertarian Party of San Bernardino County (36) Candidate for President, Over 2,500 primary votes Facebook or booklet is free at www.LP4.org 1998 Candidate, United States House of Representatives (42) '96-'98, Secretary, LPSBC36 '78-'96, Capitalist candidate: House, Senate and President
Guest: Dave Ridley
"Don't get mad. Get video!" Pro news videographer Dave Ridley takes you to the front lines of the peaceful battle for liberty in New Hampshire. In Live Free or Die country, history unfolds before your eyes.
Guest: Davi Barker
Guest: David and Jacob
Guest: David Bailey
I was born in Missouri and moved to AZ at the age of 13. Went to school at North Canyon and graduated there in 1998. From there I joined the Navy and was stationed in Japan for 4 years on the USS Kittyhawk CV 63. I got out in 2002 and went to college at the Art Institute of Phoenix for Game Art and Design and got my Bachelors degree. I was fortunate enough to work on my first video game with a company called Rocket City Studio in Hunstville Alabama. We worked on a game called Second Chance Heroes. Now I am currently just promoting my YardSaleWatch phone app.
Guest: David Blume
Blume Distillation LLC is a biofuel technology company providing next generation alcohol fuel production equipment that converts waste or surplus materials into cost-effective alcohol fuel (bio-ethanol) to power applications such as transportation, cooking, refrigeration, and electrical generation. David Blume, researcher, author, farmer and alcohol fuel pioneer first began to work on the puzzle of how to broadly disseminate the means of producing ethanol efficiently and on the smaller scale in the 1970′s. After working as a consultant for NASA, designing curriculum for Mother Earth News and collaborating with thought leaders such as R. Buckminster Fuller, he produced a commercial scale system in time for the second Arab oil embargo. Then the world energy picture changed, petroleum crude oil went to $10 a barrel and David moved on to pioneering work in permaculture and sustainable agriculture. A decade ago, David came back to bioethanol and began research for his comprehe
Guest: David Duccini
Highlights: + Advanced Degrees in Software Engineering and an MBA + Software developer since the Apple ][+ days (circa late ‘70s) + Private Pilot, Scuba Diver, and home brewer + Left Libertarian
Guest: David Eisenstein
Since September 2012, David, a licensed attorney in California (since 2003) and Arizona (since 1976) for 38 years, and a registered Independent, has had overall responsibility for Monstah PAC's campaign activities. Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, he has resided in Carlsbad, California in northern San Diego County, part of California's Congressional District 49 for the past 5 years, after moving to the San Diego area in 2001. He has distinguished himself in federal and state courts around the country in cases establishing important legal precedents in the area of network marketing. (Learn more about David's background in networking) David ran unsuccessfully for Arizona Attorney General in 1990, after co-founding a successful law practice which grew to twenty attorneys and fifty employees. He graduated with Distinction in the top 20% of his class in 1976 from the University of Arizona's College of Law, a Tier 1 law school, after graduating from the University of Arizona'
Guest: David Fitzgerald
Guest: David Hooper
The Anatomy of a Great Deception is a quasi-political, spiritual docu-thriller following businessman-turned-filmmaker, David Hooper as he deals with the emotions of his own investigation into the events of 9/11. The fast pace and the filmmakers commentary on coping with the emotions involved in finding truth, sets the film apart. Even though, I didnt know it at the time, work on this film started in February 2011. Back then I was a regular guy trying to live the American dream, with three kids and a wife, who was pregnant with number four! It started with an innocent question about 9/11. And that lead to more innocent questions. And after a while, I completely changed my opinion of the official story of that day. That was a very hard time in my life. It felt like my world was turned upside down. I couldnt stop researching. I was unemployed. And I was running out of savings. I tried talking about it, but felt like no one was listening. At the time, my wife didnt even believe me .
Guest: David Hunt
Setting Sights High: Blind David Hunt is a Successful Winemaker, Contractor, Entrepreneur, Inventor, Carpenter, Musician, Recording Artist, Author and more David Hunt (Hunt Wine Cellars in Paso Robles) Despite being blind from 1990, David Hunt knows how to see. His.story is both fascinating and inspirational. Hunt redefines multitasking: he’s a renowned and widely celebrated cult winemaker, accomplished musician, lyricist, author, successful entrepreneur, inventor, developer, pioneer “smart homes”, carpenter, contractor, husband, father, author, and recording artist in the key of genius. These are a few of the many titles he has on his curriculum vitae...so far. Not deterred by losing his vision, half of his total accomplishments were completed after he lost his sight, David is humble, gracious, confident, focused and openly expresses his inner vision that can see a God-made world, not a manmade world .It seems negativit
Guest: David Irvine
David has in excess of 23 years experience in IT and 15 years running companies. He was previously responsible for Enterprise network design and project management and has worked on some of the world’s largest network projects. David is also a published author on papers in the fields of complex networking, distributed computing and cryptography related technologies. David enjoys sailing, engineering, camping and has a secret interest in intelligent robotics.
Guest: David Johnston
In 2013, I co-founded BitAngels.co, the first global veteran entrepreneur & angel network investing in Bitcoin. In 2011, I co-founded Engine Inc. and began assembling a team of talented programmers to build the Alpha version of the software with the goal of automating our digital lives. In 2007, I founded General Governance to identify locations for the private provision of security, patrol, restitution, mediation, and arbitration services. In January of 2007, I co-founded Aquatic Energy LLC and located the development and science teams in SWLA Louisiana. Aquatic has developed the world's first fresh water open pond algae system for production of high protein meal & omega 3 rich oil. The company received $7.3 million in investment + $7 million of "in kind contributions" from Strategic Partners. In 2005, I co-founded Baltimore Biodiesel, by 2006 the company received $6 million in funding to construct the largest biodiesel plant in Maryland (5 MGY of production) still in oper
Guest: David Lory Vanderbeek
Guest: David MacMichael
Guest: David Ridler
Guest: David Rodriguez
"David Rodriguez is a passionate advocate for empowerment and respect in education. After selling a business at age 26, he moved to South Korea to teach English at a private school. Having a background in biotechnology and healthcare, he founded Education Options to empower parents and students in education. In 2014 he started an Expo in San Jose, CA, where parents can meet innovators in education and easily research schools that empower students, like Montessori schools, Democratic schools, homeschooling co-operatives, and unschooling. More recently, he is republishing John Taylor Gatto's 2015 edition of, "The Underground History of American Education", which has a Foreword by Dr. Ron Paul, and is scheduled for release this Summer."
Guest: David Wright
The Bug out Buggy uses a three stage telescopic lift system to raise the turbine about 18' in the air. The turbine itself is a 48 volt 850 watt wind turbine with durable carbine fiber blades total weight is about 24 Lbs. :$400.00 and uses a solenoid charge controller to regulate the batteries. This style of charge controller can handle up to 1000 amps where as the standard MPPT charge controller can not: $350.00 Locally Owned and Licensed here in AZ. Parts are made in California, like the blades. 800 Watts plus potential power! - · Rain, ice and storm proof electronics. · PMA has no brushes, very dependable! · True PMA for efficient power generation. · Comes with 6-10 polycarbonate blades. · No slip rings to fail or replace. Wire tension system. ·
Guest: David Zeiger
David Zeiger is an American film director and producer. Zeiger is best known for directing the documentary Sir! No Sir! and the PBS documentary series Senior Year, Displaced in the New South, which inspired The Indigo Girls song Shame on You, and The Band.
Guest: Dean Dunbar
Bitwave developer which was a winner in the Million Dollar Bitcoin Hackathon. Dean Dunbar works as a data-recovery specialist at a top ten Fortune 500 company and is also actively involved in the development of open source software. He is a longtime supporter of personal liberties and believes the internet is the greatest asset to secure them. https://github.com/deandunbar/bitwave
Guest: Dean Pleasant
Guest: Deborah Robinet
Guest: Declan McCullagh
Guest: Dee Lusby
Ed and Dee are full-time commercial beekeepers in Tucson, AZ. Ed is a fourth generation beekeeper. Dee and Ed work side by side in all phases of their operation. In addition to the conventional activities of beekeeping, they mill their own woodenware and wax foundation, select and maintain a stock of slightly smaller bees highly adapted to their area, and produce their own queens. Their non-chemical ‘back to basics’ approach to beekeeping leads them to spend much of their spare time in libraries where they search for obscure bits of information which, when assembled in logical order, yield insights into old problems such as bee kills due to the use of pesticides, and new problems like parasitic mites. Such has been their pursuit of an understanding of the importance of comb cell diameter, an issue emanating out of their bee breeding activities and search for non-chemical methods of resolving disease and mite problems. The Lusbys found that comb cell diameter differs among the var
Guest: Dee McMillan
In today’s cyber world, there are 50 ways to ruin another . Bullying tactics ( body shaming for one )are to blame for the swath of teen suicides and statistics reveal it is the second cause of death for college age youth and ages 12-18. 16 year old Texas high schooler Dee McMillan became a victim of cyber bullying when someone made a Twitter account created to taunt her anonymously with the username “@fatwhaledee” which posted unflattering photos and mocked her weight. As the Twitter page gained followers, McMillan’s sense of self worth went the other way. But Dee turned pain into gain when she realized that not dealing with bullying could leave a legacy of lifetime unhappiness. She turned from victim into victorious. Dee doubled down and became an environmental activist then designed a tee saying, "Dee the Fat Whale Saves The Whales," with all proceeds going to Save The Whales . She launched a crowd funding campaign, setting an original goal of $1,000. By the thirty
Guest: Del Bigtree
Del Bigtree was an Emmy Award-winning producer on the daytime talk show The Doctors, for six years. With a background both as a filmmaker and an investigative medical journalist, he is best known for combining visually impactful imagery, raw emotional interviews and unbiased investigative research into stories that push the envelope of daytime television. Some of his most thought-provoking episodes include a rare televised debate between Monsanto’s head of toxicology Dr. Donna Farmer and GMO activist Jeffrey Smith and an exposé on a “gold standard” medical test that mistakenly indicts loving parents for child abuse, causing their children to be remanded to Child Protective Services. When Bigtree began investigating the story of the CDC Whistleblower and the fraud perpetrated by the CDC, he soon realized that he had stumbled upon a story of corruption and deception beyond any he had ever seen. Further investigation into the wrongful destruction of Andrew Wakefield’s career orchestrat
Guest: Dennis Marker
Guest: Dennis McClung
Guest: Dennis Treybil
Guest: Derek and Devon Miller
Guest: Derek Liu
Derek Liu, the CEO and founder of Homing Systems whose product is AlwaysHome Software technology professional. Very entrepreneurial and have rare combination of technical, business development and management experience. Have insight knowledge and connections of doing business in China and globally. Specialties: - Product management, engineering management, marketing operations - Big data, data mining, virtualization platform, VDI - Application delivery optimization, data de-duplication - Video streaming, content delivery, P2P networking - High performance network server design
Guest: Derek Miller
Guest: Derek Morse
Derek Morse lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and has been involved in the building design and construction industry since 2006. In 2011 he worked along with his boss and his boss’ two sons to advance the idea of prefabricated masonry and the use of energy efficient building materials like Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) under a newly formed company, Brothers & Bricks LLC. Brothers & Bricks LLC along with Constructive LLC (who holds the patent rights to their developed technology) have been at the forefront in the development of prefabricated masonry and have conducted extensive R&D as well as testing different material for stress and structural durability. This past year Brothers and Bricks LLC successfully completed construction on a new 1,700 square-foot home in Milford, MI - The 1st prefabricated residential house of its kind built using the newly patented technology and the implementation of energy efficient AAC.
Guest: Derek Williams
Guest: Derrick Broze
Derrick Broze is an activist and freelance journalist from Houston, Texas. Broze is the founder of The Houston Free Thinkers community alliance, as well as The Conscious Resistance Network. His work has appeared on The Anti Media, Truth in Media (formerly Ben Swann.com), Mint Press News, RT, Al-Jazeera, Activist Post and many more publications. Derrick's message brings spiritual and philosophical principles together in a call for self-governance, and building counter-institutions to the state via Agorism. He is also the author of the recently released "The Conscious Resistance: Reflections on Anarchy and Spirituality". (more on the book www.theconsciousresistance.com/book)
Guest: Derrick J
Guest: Derrick Slopey
Guest: Devon Miller
Guest: Devon Read
Founder of the Decentralized Library of Alexandria. Former Hollywood visual effects artist, dial-up ISP support tech, Apple creative, USMC infantryman and anti-war activist. Supporter of all things decentralized, open source and collaborative. Trying to live a zero-waste lifestyle in a consume and throw away world.
Guest: Dianna Henry
Dianna Snow Eagle Henry is the author of Whispering Ancestors: The Wisdom of Corn. The corn started calling to her in the late 70's and she became a Sacred Corn Carrier, unfolding her ancestral Native American-European roots. A lifelong organic gardener, she began to actually hear plants and seeds. The experience of these profound and instructive messages launched her awareness into the amazing world of Spiritual Gardening. Working with mentor, Carl White Eagle Barnes, thirty years in research, laboratory work, and preservation have culminated in a wealth of seed knowledge. Dianna lives near Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Visit her website.
Guest: Dmitry
Dmitry has been involved with digital currencies as far back as 2003, studying their use and economic development in various games and virtual worlds. He holds a Master’s in Global Finance and Economics, and has over a decade of experience in personal and corporate finance and investments. He also has a background in technology, and prior to switching to finance was involved in IT and software development, including working as an IT manager and software developer for McDonald’s Corp.Dmitry has been involved in bitcoin in various capacities, including mining, investing, helping with related project development, venture funding, and volunteering as a Bitcoin consultant for “Bitcoin 101? tables at various conferences. Since its founding in November of 2011, Dmitry has worked as an accountant and treasurer for the Bitcoin100 charity fundraiser, and was promoted to the role of director in May of 2013. More recently, Dmitry was hired to work as a Community Manager for Mycelium, the group beh
Guest: Don Kupper
Guest: Donald J. Boudreaux
Guest: Donald Lungrin
American volunteer for Syrian Army
Guest: Donn Dears
Donn began his career at General Electric testing large steam turbines and generators used by utilities to generate electricity; followed, by manufacturing and marketing assignments at the Transformer Division. Later he led an organization servicing these and other GE products in the United States. He then established facilities around the world to service power generation, transmission and other electric equipment. Donn was involved with the work done at customer locations; steel mills, electric utilities, refineries, oil drilling and production facilities and open pit and underground mining operations. At every opportunity, he learned of the needs of these industries. Donn has toured Saudi Arabia including a close-up inspection of the eastern province with its oil producing and shipping facilities. He has investigated many of the other oil producing countries in the Mideast and Northern Europe, as well as examining iron-ore mining locations and major shipping centers in Europe and
Guest: Donna Hancock
Guest: Donna Hancock
Guest: Donnie Liverman
Managing Member, Sales, Operations Donnie Liverman has owned and operated successful businesses for the past 30 years, including his tenure as president and CEO of United Telephone Technologies, a top 50 telemarketing business in the U.S. Donnie is a savvy, dependable executive, with experience managing businesses of 250+ employees. Beyond his talent as an executive leader, Donnie has vast consulting, manufacturing and robotics experience, including managing the retubing of the core reactor of a GE nuclear facility in San Onofre, CA. He has degrees in financial management and civil engineering, and he is an Eagle Scout.
Guest: Doug Scribner
Doug Scribner doug@watchmybit.com Doug has been in music and video production for 35 years. With an AS in Avionics Electronics and a BA in Psychology, he is able to help lovesick toasters and depressed computers. Most importantly, he's been a starving artist while playing keyboard in the "pay to play" racket of Los Angeles, and a co-Pollie Award winning commercial writter, producer, and animator. He is excited to finally be able to create a platform where creatives can be fairly paid while voluntarily sharing with others.
Guest: Douglas Valentine
Guest: Dr. Greg Dixon
Guest: Dr. Joanne Feaster
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Guest: Dr. Judy Mikovits, PhD
Judy A. Mikovits, PhD has spent her life training to be a research scientist to honor her grandfather who died of cancer when she was a teenager. Dr. Mikovits earned her BA from University of Virginia and PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from George Washington University. In her 35-year quest to understand and treat chronic diseases, she has studied immunology, natural products chemistry, epigenetics, virology and drug development. In just over twenty years she rose from an entry-level lab technician to become director of the lab of Antiviral Drug Mechanisms at the National Cancer Institute before leaving to direct the Cancer Biology program at EpiGenX Pharmaceuticals in Santa Barbara, California where she had met and married David Nolde in 2000. There in 2006, she became attracted to the plight of patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Autism. In only five years she developed the first neuroimmune institute from a concept to a reality and is primarily responsible f
Guest: Dr. Michael Cole
Guest: Dr. Murray Susser
DR. MURRAY SUSSER creates a Quantum Jump in Understanding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lyme Disease and Drug Addiction …and the Beginning of thinking on total health transformation There are years whose impact on human health history is apparent to everyone. At the time-1990 when Dr. Murray Susser co-wrote the book on Solving the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome with Dr. Michael Rosenbaum, the book quickly became a swing of the historical pendulum against the health thinking of the previous decades. With the years, its significance has grown along with its impact.
Guest: Dr. Peter N Steinmetz
Program Director of Neuroengineering I work at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, AZ, where I run the Brain Modeling Laboratory. My primary research interests are using single neuron recording in human epilepsy patients to study cognitive neuroscience.
Guest: Dr. Phranq Tamburri
Dr. Phranq Tamburri is a naturopathic physician specializing in men's health with a sub-specialty in prostate cancer. In tandem to these fields, Dr. Tamburri treats male hormone deficiency, low energy, and sexual performance.
Guest: Dr. Richard Davis
Guest: Dr. Suzanne Humphries, MD
Author (Medical Training: Internal Medicine and Nephrology) I am a conventionally educated medical doctor who was a participant in the conventional hospital system from 1989 until 2011. After leaving the hospital in good standing, of my own volition in 2011, I have been furthering my research, lecturing in various parts of the world, writing books, and conducting my own private practice in Maine and Virginia. I hold current American Board of Internal Medicine certifications in internal medicine and nephrology. Dissolving Illusions, written by myself and Roman Bystrianyk, is available in Paperback in the USA, and United Kingdom. Website for Dissolving Illusions is http://www.dissolvingillusions.com Spanish translation of Dissolving Illusions can be purchased HERE. German translation of Dissolving Illusions can be purchased HERE. My recent book, Rising From The Dead, is available on Amazon and kindle. My CV and background can be read HERE (http://drsuzanne.net/wp
Guest: Dr. Thomas Kruzel, ND
Dr. Thomas A. Kruzel, ND Thomas A. Kruzel N.D. is a naturopathic physician who is in private practice at the Rockwood Natural Medicine Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona who specializes in non-invasive hemorrhoid treatment (also known as the Keesey technique), naturopathic cardiology and naturopathic primary care medicine. He is the former Vice President of Clinical Affairs and the Chief Medical Officer at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Phoenix, Arizona. He received a BA in Biology from the California State University at Northridge, and his Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine degree from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Kruzel is also a board certified Medical Technologist. He completed 2 years of Family Practice Medicine residency at the Portland Naturopathic Clinic where he was chief resident prior to entering private practice. He has been an Associate Professor of Medicine at National College of Naturopathic Medicine where he has taught Cl
Guest: Drew Phillips
Guest: Dwaine Halberg
Guest: Dylan Reeves
Dylan Reeves represents defendants and plaintiffs in civil trials. He joined Haskell Slaughter after serving as a law clerk to The Honorable Tom King, Jr. of Alabama’s Tenth Judicial Circuit. Mr. Reeves quickly developed his litigation practice where he has represented and counseled officers and directors of banks in fiduciary litigation, biomedical engineering companies, fiber-optic communications companies, and insurance companies in litigation ranging from bad faith to automobile negligence. Mr. Reeves is on the forefront of First Amendment concerns with violent video games. His article on the constitutionality of imposing tort liability on manufacturers of violent video games was published in the Alabama Law Review. The article, "Tort Liability for Manufacturers of Violent Video Games: A Situational Discussion of the Causation Calamity," 60 ALA. L. Rev. 519 (2009) has been included as authority in the American Jurisprudence treatise on video game litigation. Mr. Reeves wa
Guest: Ed Foster
Guest: Ed Vallejo
Guest: Eddie Allen
Guest: Eddie Free
Guest: Eddie Schmidt
Eddie Schmidt is an Oscar-nominated filmmaker, writer/producer, and commentator, as well as the Board President of the International Documentary Association (IDA). He has produced four feature documentaries that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival including IFC’s acclaimed and irreverent THIS FILM IS NOT YET RATED (which he also co-wrote).
Guest: Edward 'NJWeedman' Forchion
Guest: Elissa Hawke
Born in Australia, Elissa is an idealist and metaphysical philosopher reveling in the freedom of speech that is the legacy of the Great comics Lenny Bruce, George Carlin and Bill Hicks. Like these comedians, Elissa remains an ’outsider’, where she may create freely and contribute to the ’revolution of ideas’. Elissa is a gentle soul, (anger management graduate) not afraid to share her rage and revulsion at the establishment. Elissa has had her dukes up against the best comedians, debaters, and wordsmiths in the world, carving her reputation in the combative word ring ,winning the annual YagUbi Comedy Great Debate 2007 , with accolades; then by getting 2000 punters rolling about in splits of laughter Elissa cleaned the 2007 Woodford Folk Festival floor, then moved on to argue the negative of "Bigger Is Better" at the 2008 Bangalow The Big Joke Comedy festival .. and won again. A Political satirist, Elissa has performed since 1996 at all major comedy venues in Australia, inclu
Guest: Ellen Brown
Ellen Brown developed her research skills as an attorney practicing civil litigation in Los Angeles. In Web of Debt, her latest book, she turns those skills to an analysis of the Federal Reserve and "the money trust." She shows how this private cartel has usurped the power to create money from the people themselves, and how we the people can get it back. Brown developed an interest in the developing world and its problems while living abroad for eleven years in Kenya, Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua. She returned to practicing law when she was asked to join the legal team of a popular Tijuana healer with an innovative cancer therapy, who was targeted by the chemotherapy industry in the 1990s. That experience produced her book Forbidden Medicine, which traces the suppression of natural health treatments to the same corrupting influences that have captured the money system. Brown's eleven books include the bestselling Nature's Pharmacy, co-authored with Dr. Lynne Walker, which has sold
Guest: Eric Brakey
Guest: Eric Brakey
Senator Eric Brakey represents people of District 20 in the Maine State Senate. In 2014, Senator Brakey received a majority of votes in all five municipalities in the district, making him the only Republican challenger to win a majority in the City of Auburn since Olympia Snowe’s 1976 State Senate race. Elected at the age of 26, Senator Brakey is the youngest state senator in the nation. He serves as the Chairman of the Health and Human Services Committee, where he is an outspoken advocate for welfare reform. He is best known for the passage of his recent Constitutional Carry legislation, which will allow law-abiding citizens to carry a concealed handgun without a permit. In 2012, Eric Brakey served as the State Director for the Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign, and was elected as a Maine delegate to the Republican National Convention.
Guest: Eric Murphy
Eric Murphy grew up in Warren, Ohio listening to local legends about mobsters and “crooked" politicians. He is a proud alum of Youngstown State, as well as earning a MFA from Loyola Marymount in Los Angeles. His writing/producing work includes the hit tv doc series Ancient Aliens and America's Book of Secrets. His previous editing work includes national commercials, and docs for Warner Bros. and The Academy. Eric currently writes/produces in various mediums.
Guest: Eric Shine
Guest: Erik Petroni
Never Quit Event Race and Marketing Director Phone 904-887-9595 Email: erik@NeverQuitNever.com
Guest: Erik Voorhees
Guest: Erika Harris
"Erika is a freedom-seeker, currently living with anarchists in Acapulco. She works to (re)join plants and people, and she invites you to her two websites, empathicwriter.com and sativayoga.com"
Guest: Erin Adams
Erin Adams, born out of Glencoe, Oklahoma, served her country from 92'-93' and was honorably discharged and now seeks to continue her service for her country in a different and more influential way. She is a mother, wife, and has the heart of a servant and seeks to serve the interest of the people with a small-government, libertarian platform that maximizes individual freedom and economic prosperity.
Guest: Ernest Hancock
Guest: Ethan Lee Vita
Guest: Eugene
Guest: Evan Cutler
Evan Cutler, BS, MCP Founding Director, TSA Watch Founder & Organizer, Alaskans for Ron Paul 2012 Founder & Organizer, 2008, National DVDs for Delegates Project 2008 Alternate Delegate for Ron Paul 2008, Founder & Organizer, Alaska Ron Paul Delegates Meetup
Guest: ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference
Founded by Steve Elswick, the TeslaTech Extraordinary Technology Conference is the world’s largest conference for free & zero-point energy, renewable energy, water-memory, magnet motors, health supplements, and other innovative & suppressed technologies. Held annually, the conference draws hundreds of attendees from all over the world seeking to learn more about technologies they’ve read about in TeslaTech’s “Extraordinary Technologies” magazine. - See more at: http://www.americanantigravity.com/link/teslatech#sthash.RwLVRk4N.dpuf
Guest: Fernando Antonio Salguero
Guest: Foster Gamble
Guest: Francis Boyle
Francis A. Boyle Professor EDUCATION University of Chicago, A.B. (1971) in Political Science. One of seven students in my entering Class of 1972 elected to Phi Beta Kappa as a Junior; winner as a Junior of the Sigma Xi Certificate of Merit and Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Scientific Research in Biology for 1971 for The Differential Effects of Three Simulated Systems of Inbreeding on the Frequency of the tw Allele in Wild Populations of Mus Musculus on nomination of Richard C. Lewontin; graduated in three years. Harvard Law School, J.D. Magna Cum Laude (1976). Third year paper designated "Honor Paper" by Richard R. Baxter, and deposited in H.L.S. Library. A+'s in Federal Income Taxation (Stanley Surrey), Soviet Economic Law and Law of Foreign Trade (Harold Berman), United Nations Law (Louis Sohn), Sociology of Law (Lon Fuller), and Jurisprudence (Roberto Unger). Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Government, A.M. (1978) and Ph.D. (198
Guest: Frank Szabo
A haven for Chileans and ex-pats together
Guest: Frank Tamburri, Sr.
Guest: Fredrik Heffermehl
This question was the one Fredrik S. Heffermehl, a Norwegian lawyer and Vice President of the International Peace Bureau, after over a decade of international peace work, identified as the main obstacle for peace politics. Everyone is for peace - and sees that it is a matter of survival. Why then, are so many so passive? Why do so few invest time and money in peace? Is the answer that, even with sympathy for the goals, people see the military sector as a too well established, too powerful opponent? People cannot be aware of the remarkable successes in the struggle for peace, Heffermehl thought, and decided to document a selection from the last couple of decades. For this purpose he contacted a number of peace luminaries around the world, asking them to: "Please, make the field understandable and interesting, don´t talk like a professor, but tell your own fascinating stories in simple, human terms."
Guest: Frosty Wooldridge
Guest: G Edward Griffin
Guest: Gabriel Mueller
Guest: Gard Goldsmith
Guest: Gareth Porter
Guest: Garland West
Guest: Garret LoPorto
Guest: Garrett Fox
Guest: Gary Franchi
Guest: Gary Johnson
Guest: Gavin Seim
Guest: Genae Girard
Guest: Gene Kernon
Guest: Geoff Neale
Guest: George Donnelly
Guest: George Hudson
Guest: George Polisner
Guest: Gerald Celente
Guest: Ghada Talhami
Ghada Hashem Talhami was born in Amman, Jordan, to Palestinian parents and received her high school education at Queen Zein School in Amman and Whyteleafe County Grammar School for Girls, Surrey, England. She received a B.A. in Liberal Arts (cum laude) and Departmental Honors from Western College for Women (of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio), and an M.A. in US Foreign Policy from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She holds a Ph. D. in African History from the University of Illinois-Chicago. She was a visiting professor of African History at University of Illinois-Chicago, and for one year the Director of Arab Studies at the same school. She also served for one year as the Director of the Arab Information Center at Chicago, an office of the Arab League of States. She taught Middle East Politics, African Politics, Politics of the Third World, the Politics of Jerusalem, and Women of the Third World at Lake Forest College, where she holds the title of D. K. Pearsons Professor
Guest: Gilles Laurent, Edouard Hesse
Guest: Ginger Taylor
Guest: Glenn Cripe
Glenn Cripe Glenn has lived and worked (software development, consulting, and training) in over 10 cities in the U.S. and overseas. He currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, where he registered LLI in May of 2005 as a non-profit corporation, and serves as its Executive Director. Under Glenn's leadership, LLI has expanded from one camp in Lithuania in 2005, to eight weeks of camp in 2010, extending from Portugal in the west, Kyrgyzstan in the east, and Ghana in the south. During the months between camps, Glenn works to find teachers and funding, expand our network, and publicize the camp, by attending and speaking at conferences and seminars around the world. Glenn's special contribution is his knowledge of computer systems, web site work, and development of training programs. During the camp, Glenn will assist the other teachers as needed, making sure that classes run smoothly and reviewing each day's results in a brief staff meeting. When he is not planning interesting training
Guest: Glenn Jacobs
Guest: Glenn Miller
I'm a member of the State Committee for the Arizona Democratic Party and an active member of it's Progressive Caucas. I'm a past Chair of the Greater Washington Chapter of the Americans for Democratic Action
Guest: Grant Smith
Grant F. Smith is the author of Big Israel: How Israel's Lobby Moves America, his eighth book about the Israel lobby. Smith is the director of the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy (IRmep), a nonprofit organization that studies U.S. Middle East policy formulation. In 2014, Smith sued the Department of Defense in federal court and won release of a detailed report, contracted in 1987, on the advanced state of Israel’s nuclear weapons program. In 2015, Smith sued the Central Intelligence Agency and won release of 131 pages of formally classified information revealing its overseas agents obtained compelling evidence that Israel stole U.S. government-owned weapons-grade uranium in the 1960s to build its first atom bombs. The CIA’s refusal to share this information thwarted two FBI investigations into the diversion. This is the subject of ongoing IRmep litigation. In his 30 year professional career as a researcher, Smith has investigated public sector lobbying, financial s
Guest: Greg Palast
Greg Palast has been called the "most important investigative reporter of our time – up there with Woodward and Bernstein" (The Guardian). Palast has broken front-page stories for BBC Television Newsnight, The Guardian, Nation Magazine, Rolling Stone and Harper's Magazine. Palast is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Billionaires & Ballot Bandits, Armed Madhouse , The Best Democracy Money Can Buy and the highly acclaimed Vultures' Picnic, named Book of the Year 2012 on BBC Newsnight Review. His books have been translated into two dozen languages. His brand new film of his documentary reports for BBC Newsnight and Democracy Now! is called Vultures and Vote Rustlers. Palast is known for complex undercover investigations, spanning five continents, from the Arctic to the Amazon, from Caracas to California, using the skills he learned over two decades as a top investigator of corporate fraud. Watch Greg Palast's Video Reel | Download Greg Palast's Bio Among
Guest: Greg Peterson
Guest: Greg Schoen
Since his youth, Greg Schoen has explored his interest in the natural world, been involved in horticulture, botany and ecology. Over more than twenty years, he acquired a useful body of knowledge of regional native botany and ecosystems through study of native plants and travel in the Southwest. Greg attained seeds from Carl Barnes in 1995 and grew them in New Mexico for several years. Through this process and mentorship by Carl, he found deeper insights into the spiritual nature of corn and our seed heritage as a whole. Greg committed himself to seed preservation and crop diversity — and its importance for humanity on many levels. He has documented his findings for Mother Earth News. Greg has a B.S. degree in Botany and an M.S. degree in Horticulture, and currently resides at the Southwest Sufi Community, in a rural setting near Silver City, New Mexico.
Guest: Greg Wyatt
Guest: Gregg Tivnan
Guest: Guest Host Thomas Costanzo (Morpheus)
Guest: Guillermo Peña Panting
Guillermo Peña Panting is a political analyst and economist based in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. He has worked with think tanks in North Carolina and London, and the recently established Fundación Eléutera in Honduras. He has also worked thoroughly with private sector organizations such as the Honduran National Business Council, Honduran Free Zone Association, National Industrialists Association and the Chamber of Commerce of Cortes on research, strategy, government relations, investment attraction, public relations and participating or advising on several boards. His role as an analyst has allowed him to write op-eds and appear in national and international media. On the business side, Guillermo has experience in logistics, biomedical, retail and real estate and business development. He received his BA in political science from North Carolina State University and studied Entrepreneurial Economics at Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala.
Guest: Harmon Kaslow
Producer President Atlas Productions, LLC Harmon has been in the motion picture industry for more than 20 years and has more than 15 motion picture credits. Notable titles include the award winning Camille produced with Al Ruddy (Academy Award Winner for the Godfather and Million Dollar Baby) and starring James Franco and Sienna Miller. He also produced the award-winning Dog Soldiers, a cult classic British werewolf movie. A native of California, Harmon is a graduate of the University of California, Davis and received a law degree from the USC Law Center. A member of the California & Federal Courts Bars, Harmon was originally an entertainment attorney with the international law firm of Shea & Gould. He is the former President/COO of Kismet Entertainment Group and worked with A-Mark Entertainment, a film finance and production company, prior to joining Atlas Productions. Harmon is the producer of Atlas Shrugged Parts I and II. Harmon lives in Southern California with his
Guest: Harris Dagha
Harris Dagha is a Bitwave developer. Currently finishing up his last semester at Baylor University. Outside of the classroom is a freelance web developer and software consultant. A longtime hackathon enthusiast and cyclist. Harris Dagha is exited about the future of technology in everyday life.
Guest: Harris Kenny
Communications Manager Harris has diverse management and enterprise technology consulting experience working with companies ranging from start-ups through the Fortune 500, spanning the professional and financial services, manufacturing and distribution, and education industries. Some of his print and media appearances include: The Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, Al Jazeera, and The World Bank.
Guest: Harry Albert
I am old school Patriot Movement, "Expert" Listener since Bill Cooper who died for our Constitution. A great Hero! 90's Activist, Founding Member NYC Freedom Foundation Radio Show: "The Quickening Hour" w/Media bypass Mag. (RIP) Redemption and Alternative Law advocate and researcher Musician,Songwriter, Artist, DJ, Founding Musician of Punk Rock in NYC 1972 at CBGB's
Guest: Harry Dantonio
Guest: Harry Price
Harry is describes himself as a humble network administrator, not a hacker. Computers and electronics has been his passion for his entire life. Instead of his father taken him fishing, Harry's father would take him to computer shows on the weekend to search for parts. Harry has been working in computer networking for 6 years, and volunteers his time at Rupert's Kids. He is a co-host on the podcast We Are Libertarians.
Guest: Heather Lewis
Guest: Helen Benedict
Helen Benedict is the author of five novels and five books of nonfiction. Her latest novel, The Edge of Eden, was published in November, 2009 by Soho Press. "An armchair traveler's delight, Benedict's novel is an amusingly poignant look at the British abroad in the spirit of Evelyn Waugh." (Publishers Weekly, Sept. 2009) "Benedict offers an engaging, lush portrait of envy, desire, and the insatiable lure of the exotic and unknown." (Booklist, Oct. 2009) “Benedict, an author of both fiction and nonfiction (Sailor’s Wife; Virgin or Vamp), offers distinctive cross-cultural insights as well as a cadre of satiric and fascinating characters, and the result is a story that is both touching and humorous. Highly recommended “ (Library Journal, Nov, 2009) Benedict's sixth and forthcoming novel, Sand Queen, set in the Iraq War, is due to be published in the fall of 2011 by Soho Press. For a profile of Benedict and her husband, the writer Stephen O'Connor, go to www.chronogram.com
Guest: Helena Margarido
Partner, HMO Law and Co-Founder, Fundação Bitcoin Brasil Helena Margarido is a partner at HMO Law and also eAdvisor, co-founder of Fundação Bitcoin Brasil and a mentor of Bitcoin-related companies. She is also an expert in project financing, structuring & implementation, regarding investments and businesses models for internet and new technologies markets.
Guest: Henry Rosemont Jr.
Guest: Howard Blitz
Guest: Howard Wooldridge
Guest: Husain Abdulla
Guest: Ian Freeman
Guest: Ian Williams
Williams is a senior analyst with Foreign Policy in Focus and author of "Rum: A Social & Sociable History of the Real Spirit of 1776," and "The UN For Beginners." He said today: "The UN vote on the Cuba embargo reminds us yet again that U.S. foreign policy is concocted in a bubble detached from the real world, where most nations recognize that the boycott is designed to pander to the most reactionary Cuban emigres in Florida. Even dissidents in Cuba think that it is counterproductive, giving the Cuban government an excuse for its inefficiencies, while, like most such sanctions, harming more the population than those in power. Obama, embarking on a second term, and winning Florida despite the Cuban vote, owes them nothing. He should use his influence to call off the embargo and allow free travel to and from Cuba."
Guest: Ibraham Qatab
Guest: Ilana Freedman
Guest: Ira Miller
Guest: Irene Pi
Irene Pi Show Up Day Movement Irene Pi, mother of non-vaxxed healthy twins, grandmother to a vaccine injured granddaughter and non-vaxxed grandson is a 3rd generation activist who has traveled the world extensively always intrigued by the psyche of a society. Her explorations of their norms, faith and practices have guided her inquisitive nature and led her down many paths. In the 80's & 90's she began as a volunteer at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation later becoming an Outreach Counselor for at risk youth, and beyond that facilitated as a Bereavement Counselor in Hospice for those affected by this pandemic. Irene flew 'the friendly skies' as a Flight Attendant for 20+ years moving on to become a Transformation Life Coach as well as an Instructor for the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts where she was loved by her students who enjoyed her style as an 'Edutainer'. She facilitated the required Business classes as well as the Public Speaking classes and segments of the Life Coa
Guest: Ivan Eland
Guest: J. Jones
Guest: J. Kent Hastings
I'll be bringing along my sister Marggy and Alongside Night Associate Producer/Film Editor J. Kent Hastings, who's also co-author of the Prometheus-award finalist Anarquia, an alternate history novel where AnarchoCapitalists (led by Werner von Braun and Hedy Lamarr) win the Spanish Civil War. Kent is also webmaster of http://permakent.com and http://resfree.org, both devoted to off-grid, resilient freedom, permaculture, etc -- and if it's not too bloody early in the morning I'm sure he'd appreciate a look at your fabulous back yard.
Guest: J. Neil Schulman
J. Neil Schulman is a writer, publisher, radio personality, composer, prophet, filmmaker, and actor. He was born in Forest Hills, New York, the only son of Julius Schulman, a renowned concert violinist who won CBS's Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts competition, and to Betty Schulman, a painter. He grew up in New York City, New Orleans, and Massachusetts, and beginning in high school, regularly sold sports and event photography to newspapers, and once had his art photography submitted to New York's Museum of Modern Art. After dropping out of City University of New York, he pursued a career as a writer, making his first professional sale to the New York Times Book Review in 1973. Schulman's journalism includes humor sold to Reader's Digest and the Los Angeles Times Book Review, op-eds in the Los Angeles Times and Orange County Register, and feature articles in magazines as diverse as National Review and Cult Movies. In 1975 he moved to Southern California, living in Long Beach, Holl
Guest: Jacek Spendel
Guest: Jack
Guest: Jack
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Guest: Jack Cole
Guest: Jack Gregson
Guest: Jack McLamb
Guest: Jack Wolfson, D.O.
Jack Wolfson, D.O., is a board-certified cardiologist who grew tired of patients failing to truly get well (while sometimes feeling worse) using pharmaceuticals and procedures. As a result, he opened Wolfson Integrative Cardiology where he now uses in-depth testing and targeted nutrition to prevent and treat cardiovascular disease. He treats the whole person, getting to the cause of the issue, instead of treating only the symptoms. Dr. Wolfson offers practical solutions for heart health in person at his office in Paradise Valley, Arizona. He is the author of the Amazon best-seller, The Paleo Cardiologist.
Guest: Jackalope Freedom Festival
Guest: Jacob Franks
Guest: Jacob Hornberger
Guest: Jacob Lamont
Profile: March 04, 2016 | WES ABNEY Owner of Evergreen Cannabis talks about the true impact of I-502 and why he is running for state rep. Photo by Daniel Berman. jacob-lamont-lead.jpg How did you get started with Cannabis? It’s an interesting story. I was helping patients when I realized it was gonna be legalized for real, and it was right when me and my friends realized this could cure and help a lot of conditions. That was at ground zero from my realization in 2010/11 that I realized how good Cannabis is, not only to get you high but as being good for you too. What drew you into 502? what problems have you seen? The promise made that [I-502] wouldn’t affect the medical side, and I wanted to support the overall legalization because I thought it was a step in the right direction at the time. My store has been open for over a year now. Most of the problems I’ve ran into are the overregulations. The excise tax is so extreme on top of DOR taxes, and then dealing with 28
Guest: Jafar Al-Shayeb
Guest: Jake Brown
President, Federalist Society- ASU Student Chapter
Guest: James and JoAnne Moriarty
We were business people doing business in Libya since 2007 January. We made a unique enzyme that rejuvenates oil wells and cleans up sludge pits, cleans out pipelines and tanks and does a whole lot of neat things to oil. We booked a huge amount of business in Libya from 2007 to 2011: 5 billion dollars worth of our product. We signed a JV with the Social Security Investment Fund of Janzour near Tripoli, Libya. We actively began to build a production facility to fulfill these contracts for our enzyme when the so called Libyan revolution began in February of 2011. I would like to note that the Libyan people were not in any way extremist Muslims. The part of the Koran that was added by the Ayatollah Khomeini talking about killing infidels was thrown out of Libya by Ghadafi because he said it was not part of the Koran. For this there was a fatwa or death order put on Ghadafi for over 20 years by the radical extremist Muslims. All religions with a book were allowed in Libya. Women were em
Guest: James Babb
Guest: James Bovard
Guest: James Corbett
The Corbett Report is edited, webmastered, written, produced and hosted by James Corbett. James Corbett has been living and working in Japan since 2004. He started The Corbett Report website in 2007 as an outlet for independent critical analysis of politics, society, history, and economics. Since then he has written, recorded and edited over 1000 hours of audio and video media for the website, including a weekly podcast and several regular online video series. He produces video reports for GRTV GRTV, the video production arm of the Centre for Research on Globalization, and BoilingFrogsPost.com, the website of noted FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds. He is also an editorial writer for The International Forecaster, the weekly e-newsletter created by the recently deceased economic analyst Bob Chapman. His work has been carried online by a wide variety of websites, his video productions are broadcast on the Next News Network in the US, and his videos have garnered over 15,000,000 views
Guest: James Gierach
James E. Gierach is a former Assistant State's Attorney of Cook County, municipal attorney, Village prosecutor, and general practitioner. He was the youngest delegate elected to write Illinois' Constitution in 1970, a former candidate for Cook County State's Attorney and Illinois governor, raising drug policy and prison issues. One newspaper called him, "Illinois' premier conscientious objector to the war on drugs."
Guest: James Guzman
James Guzman is a American born writer and investment consultant specializing in non-conventional markets and countries. He is a native of San Diego, California but as the son of a sailor in the US Navy spent his youth around many different cultures and areas. Growing up as a third culture kid has made him accustomed to working with people from many different backgrounds. James joined the US Navy straight out of high school and was stationed onboard the USS Bataan from 2004-2008 during which he took part in Operation Enduring Freedom and Hurricane Katrina Relief. He then used the GI Bill to go to Saint Louis University in Madrid, Spain and graduated with a Bachelors degree in International Business. He also studied Economics, Philosophy and Political Economy at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. Since graduating he has worked as a broker for Euro Pacific Bank, manager of Las Torres Gemelas Hotel in Acapulco and content contributor to many publications. He current
Guest: James Lane
Guest: James Lee
Jim Lee publishes dilligently researched environmental pollution, geoengineering, and mind control articles on his website ClimateViewer News where the mantra is: “Where Conspiracy Meets Reality.” He is also a contributing author and geoengineering adviser at The Liberty Beacon. Jim created ClimateViewer 3D, an open-source geophysical monitoring map with live intel streaming onto a gorgeous 3D globe. CV3D features an encyclopedic list of exclusive maps resulting in thousands of hours of personal educational bliss not found anywhere else on the internet, let alone all in one place. Also, Jim has compiled the largest volume of geoengineering and weather modification history into one massive timeline, complete with company directory, patents, sponsors, experiment map, and even live weather derivatives tracking: WeatherModificationHistory.com. “I am forever a Boy Scout, lifetime artist, nocturnal programmer, music is my life, love is my religion, and I am the luckiest husband and
Guest: James Lowry
Jim Lowry graduated from the University of Oregon with a Computer and Information Science degree in 2005. He then went on to study information privacy, cybersecurity, intellectual property, and criminal law at Indiana University - Maurer School of Law, graduating in 2008. He was admitted to practice law in New Mexico in September of 2008 and worked as a Public Defender for the next 5 ½ years. Meanwhile, he ran a side business Mining Bitcoins, the cryptocurrency based on advanced mathematics, public key encryption and peer to peer networking technologies, which side business grew from its humble beginnings in the workshop behind his house into its still-humble incarnation as a 60 kilowatt bitcoin mine. He has recently closed his successful and lucrative law practice to focus his professional career exclusively upon his 2nd generation cryptocurrency project as the co-founder and CEO of Storj.io. Storj is creating a Decentralized Autonomous File Storage Network powered by blockchain
Guest: James Lyons-Weiler
Dr. James Lyons-Weiler is the founder and CEO of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, also known as IPAK. He is the author of three books, one on Ebola, another on Cures vs. Profits and a third on The Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism". He, along with other scientists at IPAK, perform research in the public interest aimed at finding ways to reduce human suffering. He lives in Western PA with his fiance Gracie and his two well-adjusted teen aged boys. Webpages: http://ipaknowledge.org/ https://jameslyonsweiler.com/
Guest: James Mooney
National Speaker for LEAP - Oklevueha American Native Elder Seminole Medicine Man
Guest: James Ogle
I am the founder of the USA Parliament, a non profit which received recognition by the Federal Elections Commission on August 1st, 1995 and I've been maintaining and promoting its activities as a non-profit voter registration drive every year for sixteen consecutive years.
Guest: James Ottar Grundvig
James is an author and investigative journalist, who has published in the Huffington Post, Financial Times Foreign Direct Investment magazine, Law.com, the Epoch Times, among other media outlets. He has written extensively about the autism epidemic, technology, and the environment. In 2016, he published three books with his debut being Master Manipulator, and has moderated panels and conducted interviews at technology conferences. James is a father of an autistic teenage son, who was one of the 5,400 "baby doe" cases dismissed from Vaccine Court by the Omnibus Autism Proceedings, James is fully versed on the great mental health issue that threatens our society.
Guest: James Otto
Civil Defense Attorney
Guest: James Perloff
I was born in Painesville, Ohio in 1951. But the family moved to greater Boston soon thereafter, and I have always resided in that region since, except for two years in La Canada, California as a child. James as child I suffered from undiagnosed low-spectrum autism in my youth, brought on by allergic reactions to DPT shots and boosters. I describe my struggles with this condition in Appendix V of Truth Is a Lonely Warrior. Polio Shot Above: Ironically, my first public attention was as the local poster boy for polio shots at age five. Like others who have turned deficits to advantage, the reclusiveness associated with my autism made me contemplative, and I was able to hone an inborn skill for writing. However, my immaturity, poor self-discipline and messed-up worldview would make it many years before this skill would bear fruit in the form of books worth anyone’s reading. My condition was not helped by my family’s complete lack of any spiritual dimension or connection
Guest: James Roten
Nima Mahdjour has been a tech entrepreneur in San Francisco for little over 10 years, mainly focusing on online and live auction software solutions. As a result of his tech background and his interest in Austrian Economics he got involved in the Bitcoin space in 2011. In 2013 him and his business partner James Roten launched the address shortener Bit.co.in (http://bit.co.in) and the cryptocurrency business listing and review platform CoinJabber (http://www.coinjabber.com).
Guest: James Scott
Guest: James Werner
Guest: Jamie Redman
Jamie Redman is a free market advocate, anarchist and agorist. He's anti-state, anti-war and promotes market anarchism through digital currency. In 2011 he bought some Bitcoin with his wife. It wasn't until a year later that he discovered it's true potential with heavy research that he became passionate about the virtual money. Since this time Redman has been a bitcoin evangelist and booster ever since. Writing and creating cryptocurrency memes for the likes of many social media outlets and publications. Jamie Redman is a contributor to the blog the NotBeingGoverned.com and many of its sister pages, a freelance writer for CoinTelegraph, Bitcoin.com, 99 Bitcoin's, and CoinGecko. He's also created his own ad agency Redmemes which is a re-brand of his old site Crypto-Graphics.com.
Guest: Jan Helfeld
Guest: Jan Rose Kasmir
Guest: Janelle Wood
Write-In Candidate for Arizona Governor 2014
Guest: Jason Ditz
News Editor at AntiWar.Com
Guest: Jason King
Pensacola Homeless Outreach…fueled by Bitcoin.
Guest: Jason Osborne
Guest: Jason Talley
Guest: Jay Lewis
Guest: Jay Noone
Guest: Jayel Aheram
Guest: Jean Carbonneau
Guest: Jean Swann
Jean Swann is a Leader in the Holistic Health Field, with a background in Print and Broadcast Journalism. Inspired to share new paradigms with a worldwide audience, Jean combined her greatest passions into creation of The Wisdom Show. This rare combination of talents allows Jean to offer a unique perspective for listeners. In her private health practice, Jean helps clients identify and heal core underlying physical, mental, emotional and spiritual issues. Jean serves as a passionate catalyst for the breakthroughs and “aha” moments that change lives. She incorporates many holistic modalities, including homeopathy, quantum biofeedback, aromatherapy, Reiki, ThetaHealing and nutritional counseling. Jean’s fascination with holistic health began when she was healed of a debilitating illness with the help of an alternative practitioner. Her desire to learn more was sparked while she was co-hosting health shows on a radio station she owned with her husband in the New York City metropolit
Guest: Jeanne Manwiller
Guest: Jeff Berwick
surviving & prospering during and after the dollar collapse Rss
Guest: Jeff Deist
Guest: Jeff Greenspan
Guest: Jeff Kennedy
Guest: Jeff L Wright
Jeff and his wife, Colette, now reside in Fruitland, Idaho, and enjoy growing all kinds of things to eat in their two gardens. Along with the writing and speaking opportunities, Jeff regularly keeps in touch with his local, state and federal elected officials. He is currently working to move various aspects of the outline Plan in “A Citizen's Last Stand” forward at the local and state level. His current professional/technical interest includes finding ways to continue the research and development of Model Driven Architectures (MDA), a software architecture that facilitates and automates the process of business model shakeout and application software development. He is also interested in advancing the global distributed-incorporation model of business formation. In his spare time he appreciates any fishing opportunities that come along, the back-country and travel whenever possible. His next goal before he dies is to land a healthy Taimen fish specimen of more than 40 inches somewhere i
Guest: Jeff Nene
Guest: Jeffrey Tucker
Guest: Jeneen Zucker
Guest: Jennifer Jones
Guest: Jennifer Reynolds
Guest: Jeremiah Rounds
Jeremiah Rounds Producer / Cinematographer / Editor. 10661671_10152701396857472_3074398610944769166_oVice President of Collective Minds Media, writer, director, producer, cinematographer, editor, and all around artist; Jeremiah has filled nearly every role possible on set at some point in his career. He has worked with such well-known talent as Nicolas Cage, Elijah Wood, Carlos Santana, and Wyclef Jean. He has created content for such prestigious companies as Dodge, Samsung, Molycorp, and Harley Davidson. His body of work crosses all genres, from narrative film to documentaries, from commercials to music videos, from event videography to corporate training videos, from shorts to features to entire video series –he's done it all. Shortly after high school, Jeremiah joined the US Navy and served as an Electrician's Mate (Nuclear Field), aboard the ballistic missile submarine USS Maine (SSBN 741). During his training in Nuclear Power School, he discovered a love for hard science
Guest: Jeremy Dahl
Guest: Jeremy Gillula
At a young age Jeremy was sidetracked from his ultimate goal of protecting digital civil liberties by the allure of building and programming robots, which was the focus of his work in college and grad school. Having worked on drones and autonomous cars he is aware of their potential benefits for society, but is also that much more prepared to guard against the dangers they present to privacy and civil liberties. Of course, having worked at EFF for nearly a year Jeremy has covered a wide variety of tech topics, including mobile devices, big data, and net neutrality, just to name a few. A strong believer in never taking the straightforward path to anything, Jeremy went to Caltech for undergrad, then got his PhD in computer science from Stanford University by working on robotics projects with a professor in electrical engineering from UC Berkeley.
Guest: Jeremy Kauffman
Jeremy is the CEO of LBRY, a digital marketplace that is decentralized and entirely controlled by it's users. Prior to LBRY, Jeremy built a software-as-a-service company that manages tens of millions of dollars for sport and activity organizations. He holds degrees in physics and computer science from RPI and has been a supporter of decentralized technology and freedom-of-information since high school.
Guest: Jeri Oman
Member of the Auto Restoration Club of Sun City West, AZ
Guest: Jerome Vasallo
Vice President of Sales for Elio Motors
Guest: Jerome Vassallo
Vice President of Sales for Elio Motors
Guest: Jerry Williams
Guest: Jesse Freeston
Jesse Freeston is a Canadian video and print journalist. In addition to producing video news for The Real News Network, Freeston's articles have been published in various independent publications, such as The Dominion, Rabble.ca, and Narco News. His stories focus on Latin American politics, the military-industrial complex and economics but he is mostly known for exposing fraud [1] in the Honduran election of 2009, and for his coverage of the 2010 G-20 summit in Toronto. His video news story "Bursting Officer Bubbles" captured Toronto Police 52 Division Constable Adam Josephs threatening a G-20 protester who blew bubbles during a demonstration. The story received international coverage. Freeston's video was widely circulated leading to Josephs becoming dubbed "Officer Bubbles". During the Summit, Freeston was injured when a police officer punched him.[2]
Guest: Jesse Mathewson
Jesse 'Voluntaryist' Mathewson is an agorist and voluntaryist, writer, self-defense instructor and extra-state markets connoisseur. Jesse is the author of the popular blog, jessetalksback.com , and provides commentary to many varied places based on a background that includes education in criminal justice, history, religion, and even insurgency tactics and tactical training. His current role in his community is as an organizer of sorts and a preacher of community solidarity. His articles can be read in the Freedom's Phoenix Digital Magazine (e-Zine).
Guest: Jesse Walker
Jesse Walker is books editor of Reason magazine. He has written on topics ranging from pirate radio to copyright law to political paranoia, and he is author of the books Rebels on the Air: An Alternative History of Radio in America (New York University Press, 2001) and The United States of Paranoia: A Conspiracy Theory (HarperCollins, 2013). Walker's articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, The Baltimore Sun, The Boston Globe, Time, The Week, CNN.com, Slate, Salon, L.A. Weekly, New York, The New Inquiry, The New Republic, The National Post, National Review, No Depression, Boing Boing, io9, Radio World, Telos, Z, the Journal of American Studies, and many other publications. He has also worked as a DJ, a dishwasher, and a miscellaneous office grunt, and was once hired to help move a clandestine dog farm. Walker is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he received a degree in history. His personal bl
Guest: Jessica Arman
Founder of My Magic Mud The Most Effective Natural Remedy For Your Teeth My Magic Mud is a 100% natural teeth-whitening remedy that improves oral health, strengthens enamel, and detoxifies your mouth. My Magic Mud takes a holistic approach to dental care, with carefully selected ingredients that will make your smile brighter and your mouth happier. This product was developed by Jessica Arman, a mother of three and an avid entrepreneur, who wanted to create an effective whitening and deep cleaning remedy for her family that was natural and safe. After months of experimenting, My Magic Mud was born. What started off as a simple home remedy, quickly turned into a successful small business that has impacted thousands of lives. The ?magic? in My Magic Mud is in the simplicity of this blend, each natural ingredient playing an important part individually and synergistically. The activated coconut shell charcoal, the foundation of My Magic Mud, scrubs your teeth clean while activel
Guest: Jim and Rachel Allen
Guest: Jim Bruce
Jim was Editor/Writer/Co-Producer of Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars - winner of Best Documentary at the 2005 AFI Fest (American Film Institute) and finalist for the 2006 International Documentary Association's Feature Film of the Year. Jim has also worked as an editor on acclaimed documentaries (including The King of Kong and Dambe: The Mali Project), and as an assistant editor on films such as Kinsey, Insomnia, X-Men: The Last Stand, and The Incredible Hulk.He was a Visiting Professor at Middlebury College in 2007. Jim has been a student of financial markets for over a decade, and began writing a newsletter in 2006 warning about the oncoming financial crisis. His short trades in 2007 and 2008 helped finance a significant portion of Money For Nothing’s budget.
Guest: Jim Burns
Discovered the Libertarian Party in 1973, and since then has run for office and helped with ballot petition drives, LP Nevada chair (1974), ran for Congress (1998), ran for President (2004, 2012), delegate to national LP conventions seven times, and lifetime member of LP
Guest: Jim Carberry
Jim Carberry has a unique relationship with the Cannabis industry spanning over 30 years. He has been intimately involved as a patient, activist and educator. Diagnosed with glaucoma in his 30’s Jim has a unique relationship with the Cannabis industry spanning over 30 years. He has been intimately involved as a patient, activist and educator. Diagnosed with glaucoma in his 30’s Jim discovered Cannabis medicine as the most effective way to manage his condition and prevent blindness. He helps thousands of people understand the value of the medicine, both publicly and in private consultation. He is a speaker in US and Europe as patient advocate “Glaucoma Jim”. Jim is a Co-Founder of Compassionate Caregivers. Coming from a patient’s perspective, he realized how important it is to have access to quality medicine from knowledgeable staff in a clean safe environment. As Dispensary Director he was responsible for all aspects of the dispensary business from design throug
Guest: Jim Condit
Guest: Jim Davidson
Jim Davidson is a sovereign individual, entrepreneur, and author. He is currently withdrawn from world affairs, but has made an exception for the Digital Cash Alliance where he serves in an unpaid, voluntary capacity. As a sovereign individual, Jim knows that it is resolution and determination which separate sovereign from servant. In the words of Étienne de la Boétie, "Resolve to serve no more, and you are at once freed. I do not ask that you place hands upon the tyrant to topple him over, but simply that you support him no longer; then you will behold him, like a great Colossus whose pedestal has been pulled away, fall of his own weight and break into pieces." As an entrepreneur, Jim has been involved in dozens of start-up ventures in industries ranging from banking, aerospace, real estate, software, and e-commerce to space travel, data havens, and longevity research. He has worked in companies founded by others and in companies of his own creation. Entrepreneurs kn
Guest: Jim Fulner
Guest: Jim Johnson
Friend of Lauren Canario - In 2005 Lauren Canario was arrested when she refused to move from a property seized by the New London Development Corporation using its delegated power of eminent domain. The Supreme Court had just ruled that cities could steal people's property and give it to whomever they wished for whatever arbitrary and capricious reasons they felt like.
Guest: Jim March
Guest: Jim Pitts
Guest: Jim Rubens
Jim Rubens is a serial small business entrepreneur who lives with his family in Hanover. He makes his living investing commercial real estate and New England technology and healthcare start-ups. He attended Dartmouth College, studying chemistry and electronic music. Over the past twenty years, Jim has been involved in every facet of New Hampshire politics. He has led and prevailed in multiple fights against the “establishment.” In his first run for office, he successfully primaried the sitting RINO Senate President. In the state senate, Jim launched debate leading to New Hampshire’s electricity competition law, and then fought multiple PSNH (now Eversource) ratepayer-financed bailouts. He led the fight against the unions to pass SB2 secret ballot voting, and wrote and led passage of the state’s victim restitution and charter school laws. He forced then Governor Shaheen to veto his very popular bill to end teacher tenure. Jim’s voting record earned him “A” rating from NRA on gu
Guest: Jim Scott
Guest: Jim Sharpe
Guest: Jim Tobin
Jim Tobin | President – Taxpayers United of America In 1976, Jim Tobin founded Taxpayers United of America (TUA), which has become one of the largest taxpayer organizations in the country. He has appeared on hundreds of radio and TV programs including ABC, CBS, FOX, WGN and NBC news programs. His tax-cutting activities have been the subject of articles by major media including the Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, Washington Post, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, and the USA Today. Tobin received an M.A. in International Economics from Northern Illinois University. He worked for nine years as a Federal Reserve Bank Examiner, specializing in international finance. Tobin was one of the first economic experts to predict the collapse of Continental Bank and to warn of the dangerous extension of credit by U.S. banks to bankrupt foreign governments. From 1979 to 1999, Tobin taught economics at Elmhurst College. Tobin gained notoriety in 1977, leading the first successful property t
Guest: Jim Traficant
Guest: Joby Weeks
Guest: Jody Clute
Guest: Jody Underwood
Guest: Joe Banister
Guest: Joe Kennedy
Since May 1990, Joe Kennedy has practiced law in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His practice focuses on the representation of plaintiffs in Section 1983 actions and in state tort actions. Mr. Kennedy also represents criminal defendants in state couts. Mr. Kennedy graduated from Temple Law School in Phladelphia in 1985, where he was a member of the Temple Law Review. From 1985-1987 Mr. Kennedy worked at the law firm of Obernayer, Rebmann & Hippel in Philadelphia, where he did litigation work. From 1987-1989, he worked at the law firm of Gross, Sklar, & Metzgar in Philadelphia, where I worked in the area of antitrust and securities class actions. In 1989, Mr. Kennedy moved to New Mexico. When first in New Mexico, Mr. Kennedy did legal research and writing, as an independent contractor, for attorney Paul Kennedy and the law firm of French & Walz. In July, 1991, he tried his first plaintiff's civil rights case in federal district court in Albuquerque. Mr. Kennedy has since settled ove
Guest: Joe Lai
Guest: Joe Miller
WHY I’M RUNNING I’m running for United States Senate because the status quo is unacceptable. Alaskans deserve a choice. It’s time to stand up to the federal government’s relentless encroachment on our land and liberty. I want my children and grandchildren to live in a country where Constitutional freedoms are protected, jobs are abundant, and opportunities are only limited by want of imagination or lack of industry. ON THE ISSUES Joe Miller is a limited government Constitutionalist who believes government exists to protect our liberties, not to take them away. He supports free people, free markets, federalism, the Constitutional right to life, the 2nd Amendment, religious liberty, American sovereignty, and a strong national defense. PRO-LIFE Every human being is endowed by their Creator with the right to life. Unlike Lisa Murkowski, Joe sees Roe v. Wade as a case study in judicial activism, running contrary to the Constitution’s guarantee of our first liberty. 2ND
Guest: Joe Plummer
Joseph Plummer is a civic-minded writer and entrepreneur who has written on topics ranging from alcohol and drug abuse (HowToStopDrinking.org), to achieving personal and financial success (The 1-Hour Guide to Successful Thinking); from government criminality and fraud (StopTheLie.com), to the debt-based Federal Reserve System (Dishonest Money: Financing the Road to Ruin). In April 2012 he published his first novel (Leaving the Illusion), and his most recent book, entitled Tragedy and Hope 101, provides readers an easy introduction to Carroll Quigley’s massive tome “Tragedy and Hope.”
Guest: Joel Ho
oel Ho graduated from NYU with a double major in finance and information systems. He worked in finance for a few years before switching his focus to helping solve the EMP problem, which is his #1 national security concern. Because of this, he has spent the past year and a half learning about EMP facts and myths and developed the first flexible and transparent Faraday cage to protect electronics against EMP but still allow full operational use.
Guest: Joel Skousen
Joel Skousen is a political scientist, by training, specializing in the philosophy of law and Constitutional theory, and is also a designer of high security residences and retreats. He has designed Self-sufficient and High Security homes throughout North America, and has consulted in Central America as well. His latest book in this field is Strategic Relocation--North American Guide to Safe Places, and is active in consulting with persons who need to relocate for security and increased self-sufficiency. He also assists people who need to live near a large city to develop contingency retreat plans involving rural farm or recreation property. Joel was raised in Oregon and later served as a fighter pilot for the US Marine Corps during the Vietnam era prior to beginning his design firm specializing in high security residences and retreats. During the 80's he took a leave of absence to serve as the Chairman of the Conservative National Committee in Washington DC. and concurrently served
Guest: John B Wells
Actor, musician, writer, investigative journalist, composer, martial artist, aviator and broadcaster, John B. Wells finds the ancient sage advice of “concentrating on just one thing” to be true. His one thing: The Arts. John is also an internationally renowned voice-over artist with credits ranging from serving as the announcer for CBS’ The Late Show with Craig Kilborn, to voicing promos for hit television shows like Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch and Gold Rush to lending his voice to films like Oliver Stone’s JFK and Talk Radio, as well as the popular series Unsealed: Alien Files. John also performed Weekend duties as the top-rated host of the nationally syndicated overnight radio show Coast to Coast AM. After frequently serving as a guest host, In January 2012, Wells became the Saturday evening host of the most-listened-to overnight program in history, and held that seat until January 2014. Watch and listen to John B. Wells’ Caravan to Midnight shows 24/7 all day, anyti
Guest: John Bechtol
Guest: John Blue
Guest: John Bossard
Dr. John Bossard is an innovator and mechanical engineer with expertise in the fields of fluid mechanics and heat transfer. He specializes in the conceptualization, analysis, design, fabrication, and testing of high energy-release-rate systems, specifically aerospace propulsion systems and combustion devices. Dr. Bossard supports commercial and government clients in the aerospace field through his company BSRD LLC. He has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, and is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics. Dr. Bossard is an expert on combined cycle engines, and specifically Turbine Based Combined Cycle (TBCC) engines, and has decades of experience in working with TBCC engines such as the Air Turbo Rocket (ATR) engine cycle. In 1999, he designed, built, and hot-fire tested the world’s first bi-propellant gas-generator cycle ATR. But starting in 2011, he began work on a new TBCC engine concept, and has subsequently designed, built, and is
Guest: John Brakey
Guest: John Bush
Editor and Producer at The Liberty Beat, Host (event) at Rise Up Radio Show and Executive Director at The Center for Natural Living Past: Brave New Books and Texans for Accountable Government
Guest: John Bush, Catherine Bleish
Guest: John Buttrick
Guest: John Ciesar
Program director of the Next News Network. Following an enlightening Fall in 2011, I chose to pursue a Ron Paul Presidential-run by traveling across the country to engage with Americans from all walks of life, rather than attend the Spring semester of my sophomore year as a Liberal Arts & Sciences major at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. I decided to immerse myself in the internet generation of media when I signed on for six-months as producer of a liberty-minded podcast known as ADAM VS THE MAN. Immediately following this internship, I was hired to further develop and enhance America's First 24/7 Liberty News Network.
Guest: John Cruz
Guest: John Dennis
Guest: John Ferguson
"Our next guest first heard about Maidsafe and the SAFE Network from interviews right here on Declare Your Independence! "Since then he has immersed himself in finding out about and contributing in whatever ways he can towards the launch of the SAFE Network. "While he has clearly seen the implications of what the SAFE Network can mean for the progress of culture and freedom, he has a very limited technical background. "He recently launched "The Crossroads of Project SAFE" at www.safecrossroads.net, which carries the first podcast dedicated exclusively to the technology, application, news, ideas and people surrounding the SAFE Network. The site also publishes articles and news, and hopes to be a true crossroads for others to contribute content regarding Project SAFE. His name is John Ferguson and he dubs himself "The Simpleton of Project SAFE", because we can't all be geeks, but we still need to know--somebody's got to ask the right questions."
Guest: John Gibler
John Gibler is a writer based in Mexico and California, the author of To Die in Mexico: Dispatches from Inside the Drug War (City Lights Books, 2011), Mexico Unconquered: Chronicles of Power and Revolt (City Lights Books, 2009), and a contributor to País de muertos: Crónicas contra la impunidad (Random House Mondadori, 2011). He is a correspondent for KPFA in San Francisco and has published in magazines in the United States and Mexico, including Left Turn, Z Magazine, Earth Island Journal, ColorLines, Race, Poverty, and the Environment, Fifth Estate, New Politics, In These Times, Yes! Magazine, Contralínea, and Milenio Semanal.
Guest: John Green
Guest: John Healy
We pride ourselves in offering fresh produce and fish to customers in Arizona and across the United States. We use Tilapia to fertilize a variety of crops and herbs. Tilapia is a perfect fish for aquaponics because of its rapid growth, large size, and because it tastes great. Tilapia are easy to raise and we can market them to restaurants, market basket customers, and they are a favorite in ethnic markets. All of our tilapia, vegetables and other plants are grown using the techniques of aquaponics. A self-contained process which grows crops and fish together in a re-circulating system. Free from pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, GMO’s, and growth hormones. Half the work of a dirt garden. Less expensive than a fish aquarium. Start small and grow big. No back breaking labor. Grown under conditions you control. Good for the environment. We sell complete aquaponics systems, and are always willing to educate others on how to setup and maintain their own system. We always h
Guest: John Kutsch
Executive Director Thorium Energy Alliance
Guest: John Laurie
Guest: John Light
After starting a degree in International Business Management, John decided that he preferred a more hands-on learning experience, and took on marketing and operations duties at independent media startup ADAM VS THE MAN. After helping to build out the operations and expand the audience through social media, John left AVTM to pursue his dreams of improving the world with disruptive technology. Since moving to the Bay Area in early 2013, John has been an active participant in the local cryptocurrency scene, having started a professional Bitcoin consultancy business at bitcoinconsultant.me, founding a local trading meetup called Buttonwood SF, podcasting at p2pconnects.us, and writing for Let’s Talk Bitcoin, Money and Tech, and his own blogs at lightco.in and @lightcoin on Twitter.
Guest: John Lott
Guest: John McAfee
John David McAfee was born on a U.S. Army base in the United Kingdom, but his parents soon took him to the United States and raised him in Salem, Virginia. In the 1960's, he attended Roanoke College and earned a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics. Much later, in 2008, the same institution recognized him with an honorary Doctor of Science degree. Throughout his life, McAfee has gravitated towards software programming. He held a number of jobs in that industry after college, until one day, while working at Lockheed Martin, he became inspired to write a program for the elimination of computer viruses – the first of its kind. He founded McAfee associates shortly thereafter, a company that became so successful that he was able to quit his job at Lockheed and run his business full-time. McAfee Associates continued to perform well, and in the 1990's, John McAfee sold his stake in the corporation and became a wealthy man. In 2012, while living in the Central American nation of Belize, McAf
Guest: John Milewski
In his own words, professional engineer Dr. John Milewski is “part wizard, part mad scientist”. An internationally-recognized leader and consultant in the field of advanced materials, Dr. Milewski is a scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, writer, publisher, editor, and lecturer. He is primarily known for his work with magnetite and his protocols for magnetizing water. Over the last few decades, SuperLight (or magneto-electric radiation) has become a core concern of his research. Dr. Milewski describes SuperLight (known to mystics and metaphysicians as the nous, chi, and orgone or zero point energy) as the opposite of electromagnetic energy, revealing the previously unacknowledged parity of light. Instead of traveling away from a source at light speed, SuperLight is emitted from black holes and travels towards the source 10 billion times faster than the speed of light. In this segment, we will explore the discovery and implications of SuperLight, electricity vs. magnetricity, increases in
Guest: John Perkins
Guest: John Ross
John Ross is an investment broker and financial adviser in St. Louis, Missouri. He has degrees in English and Economics from Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts. Mr. Ross is a certified personal protection instructor, and the author of Self-Defense Laws and Violent Crime Rates in the United States, which was the first published work to empirically assess the effect of concealed-carry laws on violent crime in America. He has authored several firearms-related technical articles for Precision Shooting magazine and Machine Gun News. Since the age of eight, Mr. Ross has been an avid participant in many aspects of the shooting sports. He fires upwards of 20,000 rounds of ammunition per year and is, by his own admission, a member of the gun culture.
Guest: John Scura
Guest: John Sneisen
John Sneisen grew up in Norway and says he had been brainwashed by the collectivist agenda until he was awakened by a book called Rich Dad, Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki. He is a Leadership Council Member in Freedom Force International. John now is a passionate advocate of individualism, voluntaryism and the non aggression principle. He is the founder of a non-profit organization called The Economic Truth, which has over 10,000 followers in more than thirty countries. His organization analyzes economic events and hosts workshops on world monetary history. John is the author of The End of Freedom: How Our Monetary System Enslaves Us. He is also a co-founder of a The Manitoba Party in Manitoba, Canada where he advises on ways to eliminate government. He is also an Economic Analyst and Reporter with World Alternative Media a voluntaryist alternative media platform. John has a goal to educate millions of people around the world about the truths surrounding money, commodities and civilizatio
Guest: John V. Walsh, MD
MaPS : faculty John Walsh, M.D. Academic Role: Professor Faculty Appointment(s) and Affiliations: School of Medicine Microbiology and Physiological Systems Graduate School of Biomedical SciencesBiochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology Graduate ProgramCellular & Molecular Physiology Graduate ProgramNeuroscience Graduate Program Academic Background B.A., Boston College M.D., Harvard Medical School Office: S4-117 Phone: 508-856-3360 Fax: 508-856-5997 E-mail: John.Walsh@umassmed.edu Keywords: Biophysics, Cell Biology
Guest: John Velleco
John Velleco is currently the Director of Operations for Gun Owners of America, having served the the organization in various roles since 1993. Along with the entire GOA team, Velleco has taken part in legislative battles such as the passage of arming commercial airline pilots (signed into law in 2002), preventing gun confiscations after natural disasters like hurricane Katrina (signed into law in 2006), repealing the gun ban on National Park Service land (signed into law in 2009), and repealing the gun ban on Amtrak trains (signed into law in 2009). While legislative responsibilities keep John on Capitol Hill on a regular basis, he has also appeared on various news programs on NBC, ABC, FOX News, CNN and C-Span, in addition to speaking at rallies and events across the country. John resides in northern Virginia with his wife of 23 years and their five children.
Guest: John Whitehead
Guest: John Woodmansee
Arizona Weather Modification
Guest: Jon Galegher
Freedom's Phoenix Intern and Editor of the Freedom's Phoenix Magazine
Guest: Jon Holmquist
Jon Holmquist, head of Marketing at Coinabul, has been involved with Bitcoin for almost two years. With a focus on Bitcoin businesses, Jon aims to make the highly technical Bitcoin easily understood by anyone. Jon is involved with Coinabul (a Gold for Bitcoin merchant), with the site WeUseCoins (the best website for people new to Bitcoin), as well as recently launched website, BitcoinStore.com, which is selling electronics for prices lower than both Amazon and NewEgg. Jon recently founded the site BitcoinFriday after seeing a lack of merchant sales in Bitcoin as well as a lack of organization between Bitcoin vendors. Webpages to link to: http://bitcoinfriday.com http://coinabul.com http://bitcoinstore.com Video to link to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Um63OQz3bjo
Guest: Jonathan Barth
Jonathan Barth recently received his PhD in history from George Mason University. He is the first postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Political Thought and Leadership at Arizona State. He specializes in monetary history, and his forthcoming book is called Money and Empire in Early America: How Currency Shaped the Seventeenth Century.
Guest: Jonathan Jaech
The Voluntary Law Development Association is dedicated to building, maintaining, and growing a detailed system of alternative laws designed for voluntary adoption by individuals, using community-based development models similar to those used for open-source software. Rather than imposing laws by political fiat or concentrating capital, VLDA aims to distribute law-making power to the very atom of society: the individual. By concurring in the selection of preferred laws, individuals coalesce into communities, here called “voluntary law societies” (VLSs). This radical grass-roots approach to law entails numerous complexities and issues that VLDA aims to bring to light and develop solutions for, as part of laying groundwork for a more equitable, free, and peaceful future society.
Guest: Jonathan Lockwood
Emigrating to Mexico from the U.S.
Guest: Jonathan Logan
Guest: Jonathan Logas
Guest: Jonathan Mohan
BIO: Business Devlopment and Community Ethereum January 2014 – Present (4 months) Helping people understand and engage in what will be the most disruptive thing since Bitcoin! Founder BitcoinNYC March 2013 – Present (1 year 2 months) Operates largest professional network for Bitcoin in the USA.
Guest: Joni Saito Leckey
I discovered the design-layout for how our muscles are positioned for the walking cycle. All joints structures are kept healthy by maintaining freely moving, stable joints. The Saito Gait Model is key to identifying and correcting restrictions and imbalances for pain-free, enjoyable motion. The director of the Long Beach VA Hospital Gait Laboratory recognized my Model as a Unifying Field Theory. He helped me publish my basic findings in 1993. In over 20 years of applying this Model, I have witnessed my corresponding Precision Jonicises and Manually Assisted Corrective Motions (MACMs) improve simple to difficult problems to muscles and other joint structures in record time. In 1990, I earned my Master's of Science in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Arizona and my Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology (the study of movement) from UCLA. I am accepted to the Naturopathic Doctoral Program at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe this Fall 2012.
Guest: Jordan Page
Guest: Joseph Craig
Marketing Specialist here at Private Internet Access
Guest: Joseph Newman
Guest: Josh
A bit about Journalistic Revolution: The Journalistic Revolution began on August 26th, 2012 as the simple dream of two men: To provide a wide variety of content related to the topic of human freedom that the mainstream media wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot pole. What started off as a simple radio show has now begun to blossom into a full-fledged content provider, putting out YouTube videos ranging from lighthearted to serious, offering a regular podcast, and even producing full-length documentaries. So if you, like us, feel that the pendulum of human society has swung itself too far from the ideals of Liberty espoused by men like Patrick Henry, Frederic Bastiat, Lysander Spooner, Henry David Thoreau, and a myriad of others, then join us by spreading the word and supporting our content! Long live the (Journalistic) Revolution.
Guest: Josh Crumb
Josh Crumb is a founder and chief strategy officer of Goldmoney Inc. (TSX:XAU), a financial technology company operating the world's largest 100%-reserved gold-based savings and payments network that combines the unique attributes of gold with innovative settlement technology. Prior to founding Goldmoney, Josh worked as an economist at Goldman Sachs, where he served as head of metals strategy in the Global Economics, Commodities and Strategy Research Division in London. Josh holds a M.Sc. in Mineral Economics, a Graduate Certificate in International Political Economy, and a B.Sc. degree in Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.
Guest: Josh Foss
Guest: Josh Harvey
Join us for the East Coast Bitcoin Summit at Underground Arts! We will feature local businesses, speakers, and alternative currency advocates. This is a chance to learn more about Bitcoin, have your questions answered, and to meet other like-minded individuals.
Guest: Josh Irino
Guest: Josh Kosar
Josh Kosar is an undergraduate robotics engineering student at the polytechnic school of the Ira A. Fulton schools of engineering. He runs the Rossum rumblers robotics club, works on autonomous disposable robots for space, research on human/robot interaction and new methods of optical flow in machine vision. He is the founder and project lead of Azloop, a team of brilliant engineers dedicated to designing the future of transportation. In his free time, he likes to cuddle up with his brand new baby, Jasper.
Guest: Josh Tolley
Josh Tolley is one of the most dynamic and diverse public figures in the world today! With his skill set he is truly a modern day “renaissance man.” Syndicated radio talk-show host, one of the world’s elite business and behavioral strategists, best-selling author, screen writer, developer of many human interaction technologies, relationship coach, sought after advisor, the list goes on and on. The Josh Tolley Show is a dynamic shift in the talk radio paradigm. For decades the airwaves have been occupied by broadcasters who are little more than talking heads promoting a certain political agenda, pre-determined bias, and non-impactful hot air. Josh Tolley is setting the media world on its ear by providing a show filled with relevant topics, a blunt and logical approach to issues, with an entertaining and charismatic personality. Not happy with just being another “talking head” Josh Tolley uses this medium as a launching pad to bring truth, logic, reason, and passion back to a world
Guest: Joshua Gay
Josh is a community builder and technology strategist that helps people to overcome social, political, technological, and ideological barriers that prevent people from being able collaborate, share, learn, and innovate. Joshua (Licensing and Compliance Manager at Free Software Foundation) works with Donald in our licensing and compliance team, and has twice previously worked with the FSF as a campaigns manager. He is a programmer and activist whose interests revolve around technology, government, education, and computer user-freedom.
Guest: Joshua Stacher
Guest: Josie the Outlaw
Having been instinctively anti-authoritarian since childhood, Josie has long been suspicious and critical of those who claim the right to dominate and control others. Having participated in various protests and demonstrations before--particularly in the Philadelphia area--it was only within the past year that Josie evolved from being a minarchist into being a full-fledged voluntaryist. Having helped behind the scenes, and not-so-behind the scenes, with TFP (Truth, Freedom, Prosperity), including producing the show "Mike Salvi's World," Josie recently began creating the "Josie the Outlaw" videos, to promote the ideas of self-ownership, voluntarism, and a stateless society."
Guest: Joyce Riley
Guest: Judge Jim Gray
Guest: Julia Tourianski
Julia Tourianski (also known as Brave the World) is a promoter of anti-state mentality. She makes short films, writes articles and helps organize events such as Toronto's Liberty Now. She's known to say that she's in a love affair with private property, the free-market, non-aggression, self-ownership, and freedom. Oh, and her bitcoin address ends with "FU," which is quite telling.
Guest: Julian Heicklen
Tyranny Fighters is a group that fights outrages perpetrated by all the U. S. and state governments (federal, state, county, and municipality). The group has no fixed rules of policy. There is no constitution, bylaws, or rules. It has no officers, no elections, standing committees, nor specific agenda. There are no dues and no formal memberships. Everyone does his or her own thing for freedom and justice. Tyranny Fighters is a networking operation. The goal is to return the country to constitutional government.
Guest: Jun Dam
Guest: Justin Drake
Bio: I studied mathematics at Cambridge university and worked as a programmer for a consultancy for two years. I have been absorbed into the Bitcoin space since late 2013. I founded a Bitcoin meetup group and I ran a Bitcoin ATM. I'm now work full time on OpenBazaar and Duo Search (www.duosear.ch).
Guest: Justin Paup
Guest: Justus Ranvier
"Justus Ranvier is a Bitcoin writer and evangelist, and co-organizer of the Austin Bitcoin Meetup."
Guest: Karen Emery
Guest: Karen Hudes
Guest: Karen Johnson
Guest: Karen Kwiatkowski
American activist and commentator. She is a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel whose assignments included duties as a Pentagon desk officer and a variety of roles for the National Security Agency. Since retiring, she has become a noted critic of the U.S. government's involvement in Iraq. Kwiatkowski is primarily known for her insider essays which denounce a corrupting political influence on the course of military intelligence leading up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. In 2012, she challenged incumbent Bob Goodlatte, in the Republican primary for Virginia's 6th congressional district seat in the United States House of Representatives and garnered 34% of the Republican vote on a constitutional and limited government platform. While in the Air Force, she wrote two books about U.S. policy towards Africa: African Crisis Response Initiative: Past Present and Future (US Army Peacekeeping Institute, 2000) and Expeditionary Air Operations in Africa: Challenges and Solutions (Air Univ
Guest: Karl Grossman
Guest: Kat Affholter
Guest: Kathleen McLellan
Kathleen McClellan holds a JD from the University of Wisconsin Law School and a BA in History and Political Science from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Prior to joining GAP, she worked in the American Civil Liberties Union’s Washington Legislative Office on a broad range of civil rights, civil liberties and national security issues, including employment discrimination, secrecy, surveillance, and whistleblower issues. She is admitted to practice law in Maryland and Wisconsin.
Guest: Kathrine Paulk
Guest: Kathy Inman
Guest: Kathy Kelly
Guest: Kathy Tee
Phoenix NORML
Guest: Kaye Beach
Guest: Keith Cyrnek
Local Phoenix Activist...r3VOLutionary
Guest: Keith McAnarchist
Guest: Kelly Connor
Guest: Kelly Korshak
Kelly Korshak is a native of Chicago, IL and attended Leland Stanford University as an undergraduate and graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in statistics. Kelly started his career as a SSP programmer for IBM. Subsequently Kelly became one of the first market system programmers for Nations Banc/CRT. During the 1980's, Kelly worked on the floor of both CME and CBOT as a trader. He worked as a money manager and trader for the largest hedge funds and banks in New York and London, including the Tudor Group, Brevan Howard, and Deutche Bank.
Guest: Ken Krawchuk
Ken V. Krawchuk was born and raised in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the grandson of five immigrant Eastern Europeans. He attended Roman Catholic elementary and high school, and graduated from a Jesuit university with a B.S. in Physics. He began his career as a professional computer programmer at the age of seventeen, and at thirty-five he founded a multi-million dollar computer consulting firm. Seven years later he was awarded the first of three United States patents pertaining to computer database theory. Mr. Krawchuk read Atlas Shrugged for the first time at the age of thirty, and the ideas portrayed in the book transformed him from a life-long liberal Democrat into an eight-time Libertarian Party candidate for public office, including two record-breaking campaigns for Governor of Pennsylvania. Mr. Krawchuk has been a member of Toastmasters International since 1997, and has been a professional public speaker almost as long. He is still married to h
Guest: Ken Schoolland
The Jonathan Gullible Rap was first written and produced for radio in Hawaii by Ron Corpuz (rcorpuz@hawaii.rr.com)and Ryan Segawa (rys2000@yahoo.com).
Guest: Kenneth Lipp
Kenneth Lipp is a writer, activist, and researcher. He’s from Alabama, and will not apologize for it. Kenneth moved to Pennsylvania less than a year ago, but has been in love with Philadelphia since a late-night stroll down Ben Franklin Parkway to the Art Museum in July of 2011 with the love of his life. He is interested in telling Philadelphia’s dynamic and absolutely unique stories with the zeal of a constantly enamored newcomer. Kenneth is also passionate about government transparency and protection of whistleblowers, most notably PFC Chelsea Manning. His training is in both genetics and history and he likes the joke about being a helicase and unzipping your “genes.” He’s driven to know, and thinks you can handle, the truth. Follow Kenneth on twitter @kennethlip p
Guest: Kenneth Royce
Kenneth W. Royce is an American author who primarily writes under the pen-name of Boston T. Party[1][2] He has written non-fiction books that offer a libertarian stance on privacy, police encounters, tax resistance and gun politics.[3] His books are published by Javelin Press, which only publishes these works. He has written one fiction novel, Molôn Labé!,[4] and is one of the founders of the Free State Wyoming project.[1][4][5] In 2005, Royce was interviewed by Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America on the nationally-syndicated Live Fire radio show, about the Free State Wyoming project.[6] He also speaks at Libertarian conferences.[7]
Guest: Kent Heckenlively
Kent Heckenlively, J.D.science teacher, an attorney, and a founding editor of Age of Autism. During college Heckenlively worked for U.S. Senator Pete Wilson and was the school’s Rhodes Scholar candidate. In law school he was a writer and editor of the school’s law review and spent his summers working for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in San Francisco. In the summer of 2010 and 2011, Heckenlively attended the Teacher Research Academy at Lawrence-Livermore National Laboratories, spending eight weeks in a virus lab investigating the expression of micro-RNAs in a monkey model of Ebola infection. Kent is also a member of the Compass group, a consortium of autism parents, leading scientists, and philanthropists in Silicon Valley looking for answers to neuro-immune diseases. Kent served on the Executive Council of the San Ramon Valley Education Association for several years and was the Health and Safety Committee Chairman for the teacher’s union, representing more than sixteen hundred e
Guest: Kevin Kelly
Guest: Kevin Mckernan
CSO & Founder Medicinal Gonomics I have spent my career researching and developing various DNA sequencing technologies in both the research and clinical industries. In addition, I have a parallel interest in driving the tools used for personalized medicine into the world of cannabis medicine. In fact, the intersection of personalized medicine, genomics, and cannabis is, in my opinion, one of the most exciting growth opportunities in our lifetime. My experience spans the gamut of working with incredibly bright scientists at the Whitehead Institute to entrepreneurs and business professionals from the most successful and innovative life science companies in the world. When I am not decoding DNA and unraveling the mysteries of cannabis medicine, I enjoy boating, skiing, and gardening.
Guest: Kevin Sorbo
Hailing from Norwegian ancestry, Kevin was born in Mound, Minnesota, USA. His mother worked as a nurse and his father taught junior high school resulting in a down to earth upbringing that forged the outstanding work ethic Kevin holds to this day. By the time he was in University, Kevin was covering tuition costs with modeling work which swiftly translated into a career in television with his first appearances on Prime Time shows such as Murder She Wrote and The Commish. Just as the Hercules series came to an end, Kevin received a call from the wife of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, personally requesting him to play the lead role in Roddenberry’s second sci-fi series, Andromeda. The show ran for five seasons and further fueled Kevin’s already ferociously loyal global following! In 1993, Kevin emerged as a full fledged international TV star when he was cast as the lead role of Hercules in a series of TV films that would lay the groundwork for the immensely popular series,
Guest: Khaled Beydoun
Guest: Ki Stone
Guest: Kim from Anarchapulco
Met an Anarchapulco
Guest: Kirby Dick
Kirby Dick is an Academy and Emmy Award nominated documentary director. In 2006, he directed "This Film Is Not Yet Rated," released by IFC Films. A breakthrough investigation of the highly secretive MPAA film ratings system, the film compelled the MPAA to make long overdue changes in the way it rates films.
Guest: Kirk MacKenzie
Kirk MacKenzie-Author of: Money: Defending Your Prosperity.
Guest: Kirsten Tynan
Executive Director FIJA
Guest: Kristov Atlas
Hi, my name is Kristov, and I wrote Anonymous Bitcoin. I've been in the computer security space for a while now. After I completed B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science, I worked as an independent security researcher and an employed consultant. During much of that time, I evaluated the security of a variety of business websites, including those belonging to the largest corporations in the world. I grew tired of this career after a while, though. I wanted to have a greater impact on the world, and yearned for a way to connect my career in security with my passion for philosophy. When I came across Bitcoin, it struck me like a bolt of lightning. I realized the implications that this incredible new technology had for human freedom, and immediately began to survey the Bitcoin landscape for a home for my particular skill set and interests. One area that really caught my attention was the amount of folklore concerning Bitcoin's anonymity. Many critics – and users – falsely descr
Guest: Kurt Wallace
Guest: Kyle Olson
Guest: Kyrel Zantonavitch
Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri till 16, then lived a few years in: Nashua, New Hampshire; Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Los Angeles, California; and Madrid, Spain. Now 30 years or so in New York City. I found college stultifying and was happy to get out without a degree. I love learning and reading, especially the classics and world history. After 9/11 (an attack on my home town!) I converted into a part-time, but deadly serious writer. I wrote a sort of ebook in 2002, based on my recent discovery of (Western, Enlightenment, classical, neo-) "liberalism," but the current one is massively better written. I'm a long-time libertarian; free-thinking, non-cult Objectivist; updated classical liberal; and the only pure liberal in human existence.
Guest: L Joseph Mountain
Guest: L. Neil Smith
Guest: Landis Aden
Vide- President of the Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association The Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association has been serving and promoting safe and responsible firearms ownership in our state for over 100 years. We offer many programs with broad and diverse levels of firearms and safety training throughout the state. Included in these programs are certified courses and competition under the National Rifle Association and the Civilian Marksmanship Program. We also offer a robust schedule of competition throughout the state with Rifle, Pistol, and Shotgun. The National Rifle Association is our parent and we represent their members on the state level with state championships and legislative support. The Civilian Marksmanship Program is also an affiliate of the ASRPA as is the Arizona State Game and Fish Department which manages many of the quality shooting complexes throughout our state. We urge you to join your state association, volunteer as a trainer or student an
Guest: Lara Aryani
Aryani is a lawyer based in New York City. She just wrote a piece titled "Crafting Chaos: Presidential Games and Yemen's Escalating Violence" for Jadaliyya.com. http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/contributors/9701 http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/1739/crafting-chaos_presidential-games -and-yemens-escal
Guest: Larken Rose
Guest: Larry Pratt
Larry Pratt has been Executive Director of Gun Owners of America for over 30 years. GOA is a national membership organization of 300,000 Americans dedicated to promoting their Second Amendment freedom to keep and bear arms. GOA lobbies for the pro-gun position in Washington, D.C. and is involved in firearm issues in the states. GOA's work includes providing legal assistance to those involved in lawsuits with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, the federal firearms law enforcement agency. Pratt has appeared on numerous national radio and TV programs such as CNN's Piers Morgan, NBC's Today Show, CBS' Good Morning America, CNN's Crossfire and Larry King Live, Fox's Hannity and Colmes and many others. He has debated Congressman James Traficant, Jr. (D-OH), Charles Rangel (D-NY), Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY), Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), and Vice President Al Gore, among others. His columns have appeared in newspapers across the country. He published a book, Armed Peo
Guest: Laura Rantanen
Laura Rantanen is working on a thesis and her university gave her a grant to come the the USA to interview preppers and learn about the movement. She is looking at it from an outside view. She has been here about 3 weeks meeting with different prepping groups and is here now learning about aquaponics and food sustainability. She saw Chad Hudspeth and the Endless Food System episode on Doomsday Preppers and found him through a Google search. Her name is Laura Rantanen and she is from Finland.
Guest: Lauren Canario
Guest: Lauren Matley
2nd Vice President of the Sun City West Auto Restoration Club ARC) Automotive Restoration Club is currently in the process of fund raising to build a new facility at the RH Johnson recreation site next to the Men’s Club. Click here to pledge for our new building. What is ARC’s purpose in pursuing the construction of a state-of-the-art restoration center? In reality, to construct the facility we want and need to fulfill the vision of most ARC charter members. Establishing a community resource, second to none in the country. Some members doubt we will accomplish this ambitious goal however, a large contingent of members disagree. What is that goal? To construct a facility as the crown jewel of Sun City West in the same fashion that Del Webb envisioned all the clubs in serving for those of us to be fortunate enough to live here in SCW. Admittedly, we enjoy an unprecedented community of vast resources, directed towards it’s residents. The interest in automobile
Guest: Lauren McNamara
Zinnia Jones is an atheist activist, writer and videoblogger focusing on the impact of religious belief, political follies and LGBTQ rights. Since 2008, her videos have been viewed over 7 million times and her articles have been featured in the Huffington Post, The New Civil Rights Movement, and The Fight magazine in LA. Originally from Chicago, she's currently living in Florida with her partner Heather and their two children. She is still insufferably Midwestern. Her pleasures include picking apart everyone's arguments, rationality, feminism, philosophy, transhumanism and pet rats. You can reach her at zjemptv@gmail.com or on Twitter at @ZJemptv, and her YouTube channel is at www.zinniajones.com.
Guest: Lauren Rumpler
Lauren Rumpler, popularly known as Objectivist Girl, has been speaking on philosophy on shows like Anarchast, Free Talk Live, and Page Against The Machine. She has also spoken on a variety of different topics at Porcfest and led the "Ladies Panel" at Keenevention. Lauren has many upcoming events, videos, blog posts and podcasts. Check this website regularly for updates. The calendar will tell you what she is up to and the Facebook Page will keep you updated on every project.
Guest: Laurette Lynn
Guest: Laurie Donelson
My journey from having type 1 diabetes to now still having it but becoming a wellness coach to help others is a long one. I got diabetes when I was 7 years old...juvenile diabetes or type 1 is the common terminology used. There are many differences between the two types but the major one is that I no longer produce insulin...type 2's still do and they can even eliminate it while I cannot, at least not thru conventional ways. I have looked into a couple of others and they were too costly and/or not something I could do the rest of my life, like drinking substances that I would choke on, literally. As I grew up I ate the average standard American diet (AKA Sad). I was never taught to eat healthy and I never cared about it. This is the mental level of most people. We have those that promote being healthy but most commercials these days are just a lot of intense marketing for mostly fast food companies and eating bad food....food contaminated also with many pesticides and GMO's. I
Guest: Lawrence (Larry) Reed
Guest: Lawrence Carnicelli
Lawrence Carnicelli hosts Take Liberty every Tuesday at noon on 1110AM or KAOI.com
Guest: Lee Wrights
Guest: Leigh Maddox
Leigh Maddox retired a Captain from the Maryland State Police in 2007. She participated in the war on drugs from many angles. In the 1990’s, she worked as a patrol trooper and supervisor; served in the Intelligence Division including a long term undercover assignment in which she infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan; and worked as a criminal investigator, legislative coordinator, public affairs spokesperson, and academy Instructor. Leigh later served as the Commander of the Baltimore Washington Metro Troop, Planning and Research Division, Training Division, and as the coordinator for the racial profiling Consent Decree related to the drug interdiction policies of the Maryland State Police. Ms. Maddox says she is tired of seeing good cops and innocent citizens die because we insist on continuing the same prohibition policies. “Our failed drug policies are nothing more than a killing field, battering communities, pillaging minority families and subjecting generations of Americans to
Guest: Lenny Charles
Guest: Leo Magpoc
Guest: Leon Weinstein
About the Author: Leon Weinstein emigrated from the USSR to Israel in 1974, where he completed his pre-doctoral study at the Ramat Aviv University. In Israel, Mr. Weinstein was actively involved in the election of a right-of-center Likud coalition into Knesset (Israeli Parliament). Starting in 1989, he began to take active part in establishing ties between Post-Soviet Russia and his newly adopted homeland, America. In 1990, he initiated sister city relations between St. Petersburg and Los Angeles and co-founded several companies with operations in both countries. Mr. Weinstein is the author of numerous political articles defending capitalism. His first political novel, Looking for Hugh: The Capitalist Guidebook, was published in 2009 and Capitalism 101 in 2012. He is a frequent guest on talk radio and has written for FrontPageMag.com. Recently Leon wrote a pamphlet “Common Sense… two hundred years after” to examine what happened in the United states during two hundred plus years aft
Guest: Les Rayburn
Guest: Lew Rockwell
Lew Rockwell, former editorial assistant to Ludwig von Mises and congressional chief of staff to Ron Paul, is the founder and chairman of the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, and editor of LewRockwell.com, the #1 libertarian website in the world. The executor for the estate of his great mentor and colleague Murray N. Rothbard, Lew is a dedicated opponent of the state, its wars and its socialism.
Guest: Lilo Buppert
Wife of Bill Buppert (Publisher of ZeroGov.Com), mother of 5 home-schooled children, and liberty lover...
Guest: Linda Bordow
Concerned Citizen - watched the entire Obamacare Debate on C-Span - she has MANY concerns...
Guest: Lindsay Pangman
Guest: Lindsey Williams
Guest: Link Porterfield
I have experience with a wide range of fiber optic and copper based telecommunications systems, including SONET and other transport networks such as IP, TDM, and various xDSL formats, GR-303 concentrators, integrated access devices, broadband digital cross connect systems, broadband, wideband and narrowband test equipment, ethernet (at speeds up to 10Gbps), Windows, Macintosh, Linux and UNIX systems setup, operation, and maintenance, IP routing and filtering, router provisioning network wiring. I keep my skills sharp by regularly learning new systems and implementing them on the network in a production environment. Specialties: Network installation, troubleshooting, and maintenance; customer service and support; PC setup and maintenance.
Guest: Lis Jones
Guest: Lisa Arbercheski
Guest: Lisa Hajjar
Guest: Lisa Haven
Lisa Haven is an independent Christian news analyst and one of the top contributors on www.BeforeItsNews.com. She is also author of www.LisaHavenNews.net and runs her own youtube channel (Lisa Haven) with tens-of-thousands of views per day. Digging deep and finding truth is what she lives for. Her passion is to spread truth no matter where it lies. She covers everything from martial law, to FEMA camps, to end time bible prophecy, to government documents and much more! Before launching her journalism career, she wrote many bible studies and lead women ministries for a number of years. She will also complete her ministry degree at International School of Ministry this year.
Guest: Lonny Grafman
Lonny Grafman, founder and president of the Appropedia Foundation, which shares knowledge to build rich, sustainable lives Lonny Grafman is an Instructor of Environmental Resources Engineering and Appropriate Technology at Humboldt State University; and Instructor of Renewable Energy at University of the Basque Country in Spain; the co-founder of a summer abroad, full immersion, Spanish language and appropriate technology program in Mexico; the Advisor for the Waterpod and the Campus Center for Appropriate Technology; the Executive Editor of the International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering; and the Founder and President of the Appropedia Foundation, sharing knowledge to build rich, sustainable lives. Lonny has taught courses at universities in three countries and facilitated open workshops in many locations. He has worked, and led teams, on hundreds of domestic and international projects across a broad spectrum of sustainability - from solar power to earthen construc
Guest: Lt. Eric Shine
Guest: Luis Weing
Guest: Lukas Schweiger
Guest: Luke Leighton
Engineer at ThinkPenguin.Com
Guest: Luke Rudkowski
https://www.facebook.com/LukeWeAreChange
Guest: Lynn Ulbrecht
The Case The Federal government claims that Ross Ulbricht created and operated the web marketplace Silk Road, under the pseudonym Dread Pirate Roberts (DPR). He was arraigned in New York on four counts, to which he pleaded not guilty: narcotics trafficking; computer hacking; money laundering; and engaging in a criminal enterprise. However, the actual allegations are for hosting a website not for breaking these laws. He is not alleged to have possessed or sold drugs; organized people in an illegal enterprise; hacked into a computer; or laundered legal tender. Please see http://freeross.org/counts-against-ulbricht-are-deeply-flawed/ for a fuller explanation of why the charges are unconstitutionally vague and misapplied. Although initially charged with planning six murders, Ross was not indicted in New York for any. In November prosecutor Serrin Turner used the murder-for-hire allegations to argue against bail being granted, yet he did not indict Ulbricht for these allegations in
Guest: Lynne Nethken
Lynne Nethken is a Masters student of Mechanical Engineering in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy at Arizona State University. Her studies focus on astrodynamics and controls theory for satellites and other space flight vehicles. She is the Project Lead and Team Captain for AZLoop, a team of over 100 students from four different universities across the state of Arizona competing in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition. Together, the team is attempting to design and build some of the first prototypes for the revolutionary transit system.
Guest: Macey Tomlin
Guest: Marc J. Victor
Guest: Marc Stevens
Author
Guest: Marcel Van Hattam
Marcel van Hattem is CEO and Founder of Argumento - Leadership Expression Consultants for International Business. He's achieved his MSc in Political Science from Leiden University (NL), takes a MA in International Journalism (DK/NL) and holds a degree in International Relations from UFRGS, in Brazil. At Georgetown University, he was part of the Global Competitiveness Leadership Class of 2009. He participated in seminars in the US, Germany, Bulgaria, Panama, Brazil and France. Van Hattem speaks Portuguese, English, Dutch and Spanish, with good knowledge of French, German and Italian. Van Hattem has sound Brazilian and International Politics and Economics expertise: he was a city councilor in Dois Irmãos (2005-08), adviser for international relations and economy of a Brazilian MP in Congress (2009-11), academic director of Tarso Dutra Foundation for Political Studies (2010) and intern at the International Enterprise department of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs (2012).
Guest: Marcella Piper-Terry
Marcella Piper-Terry is an independent researcher, writer, speaker and activist. She received a master of science degree in 1997 with a dual concentration in experimental and clinical psychology. Marcella was nationally recognized for excellence in academic research and was accepted to the PhD program in social and health psychology at George Washington University, where she was awarded full funding and a teaching assistantship. She was well on her way to achieving her goal of becoming a CDC scientist when her daughter was injured by vaccines required for kindergarten. Marcella left the program so she could be more available to care for her daughter. Since that time, Marcella has focused her research skills on vaccines, vaccine-injury, and biomedical interventions for autism and other vaccine-related medical problems. She is the founder of VaxTruth.org and is a principal organizer of the CDC Rallies for Truth, Transparency, and Freedom.
Guest: Marcin Jakubowski
FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR - MARCIN JAKUBOWSKI Marcin came to the U.S. from Poland as a child. He graduated with honors from Princeton and earned his Ph.D. in fusion physics from the University of Wisconsin. Frustrated with the lack of relevance to pressing world issues in his education, he founded Open Source Ecology in 2003 in order to make closed-loop manufacturing a reality. Marcin has been the lead fabricator, designer, blogger, and technical curator for OSE’s prototyping thus far. His main interest is evolving to freedom by eliminating resource scarcity as the main force behind human relations - with the wise use of modern technology adapted for human service. He lives and works at OSE’s land-based facility, Factor e Farm in rural Missouri. Marcin wakes up early, practices yoga, cooks indian food, and he’s very ambitious. He has been selected as a TED 2011 Fellow. See his TED Talk on the Global Village Construction Set. Contact: opensourceecology at gmail dot com
Guest: Marcus West
Guest: Marcy Wheeler
Guest: Marianne Williamson
Guest: Marie Taylor
I am in Chicago now, during the day I am a AmeriCorps (like the domestic version of the Peace Corps) National employee that is set to work with Habitat for Humanity in Chicago for the next year. I also just took a position as a tutor in the evenings. I keep in touch with my Palestinian friends/colleagues mostly online. It's been much different than operation "Cast Lead" in 2012, when I last spoke with you from Palestine. Experiencing this level of conflict from home means tension with my Jewish friends and having to hone my dialogue, or develop explicable analogies. I am not a political expert, but am excited to talk about my experiences.
Guest: Maris Sidenstecker II
My name is Maris and this is a true story. I love animals, and I thought it was mean to step on ants or bugs. When I was in first grade, I organized a group of friends to pick up earthworms in the schoolyard after it rained so the boys couldn’t step on them. We saved a lot of worms. In the fourth grade, when I discovered snails with broken shells, I would carefully pick them up, put them in a terrarium and feed them greens so they could recover. Some of them actually did recover. They would break out of their enclosure and make slime trails up our walls! We always had pets at home; I had cats, fish, a turtle, newts, lizards, and a dog. I wanted to be a veterinarian. When I was 14, I took a plane trip from Los Angeles to Boston. On the flight I read an article in the airline magazine written by Joan McIntyre, the director of a nonprofit organization called Project Jonah, located in Bolinas, California. The article contained a story about a pregnant blue whale that had suffered on a
Guest: Marjory Wildcraft
Marjory Wildcraft has also been called the 'Martha Stewart of Self-Reliance' and the "Most Dangerous Woman In America" because she help you to become free of supermarkets and drugstores. Marjory was featured as an expert in sustainable living by National Geographic, and is a regular guest on many national radio and television shows.. She is featured speaker at Mother Earth News, and a regular guest on Cost to Coast Am. She is an author of several books, but is best known for her video series "Grow Your Own Groceries" which has over 300,000 copies in use by homesteaders, survivalists, foodies, preppers, universities, and missionary organizations around the world. Marjory is passionate about restoring 'homegrown food on every table' and she is the host of he Home Grown Food Summit which offer 30+ experts in backyard food production at http://homegrownfoodsummit.com/
Guest: Mark Edge
Mark was born and raised in the southern Tampa Bay area of Florida. He has been working in radio since 1999 and won an Addy award in 2002 for his work. Mark has received numerous sales awards in advertising sales and was the youngest general manager of a radio station in the Tampa Bay Area. He is a pig farmer, has tropical fish, loves classic automobiles, volunteers at the local Fire Dept., and amuses himself with his eclectic knowledge of semi-useless information. A Quaker, Mark believes in an orderly progression to a society where governments are no longer tied to landmasses. He takes a great interest in American history and human rights. Mark is married and lives with his lovely wife, young son Jack, and a small collection of pets with silly names. Sometimes he can be found singing karaoke in and about Keene, NH.
Guest: Mark Herr
Mark Herr Sr. is a U.S. Air Force retiree, president and co-founder of the nonprofit educational institution The Center for Self Governance (CSG). Since 2012, Mark has been traveling across the country training citizens to inform discretion, instruct delegated authority, and control instituted government. Led by the vision of the Founding Fathers, Mark works tirelessly to further the Center for Self Governance’s mission to institutionalize self-governance across the United States. Under his leadership, CSG has trained over 2000 students across 18 states to date. CSG graduates have had Legislative and Election cycle successes at the School, City, County, State and Federal levels of government. Mark generally works seven days per week, lighting brushfires of freedom across the country. He spends what remaining time he has dreaming of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.
Guest: Mark Hinkle
Guest: Mark Nestmann
They’re Out of Control and Coming to Get You… Are you Ready for It? For more than a quarter century, I have served as a voice in the wilderness – trying to wake people up to the reality of our situation: that the United States of America is heading towards a police state. First, I said they would take our privacy. Then our assets. And finally, our personal freedom. It's fair to say that privacy is already dead. People like former NSA insider Ed Snowden have proved that. Thanks to government regulations, control of our assets and what we're allowed to do with them is tenuous at best. When will they come for our freedom? I know most people don’t want to hear that. They want to pretend everything’s fine. They're happy to call us all kooks and conspiracy theorists. But the facts, however painful to hear, don't lie. Our way of life is changing - and not for the better. Are you being punished for pursuing the American Dream? The United States of America was supposed to
Guest: Mark Parker
Founder and President of TREWGrip... About TREWGrip is a handheld keyboard and air mouse for today’s mobile technology, smart TVs, and desktop computers. Description TREWGrip is a handheld “rear-type” keyboard and air mouse that provides a universal data-entry experience for mobile devices, desktop computers and Smart TVs. The standard QWERTY key layout is split and rotated so the hands gripping TREWGrip can also do multi-finger text entry. By maintaining the QWERTY key layout, typists can quickly transfer competencies from a standard flat keyboard to TREWGrip without having to learn an entirely new skill.
Guest: Mark Potok
Guest: Mark Schmidter
Free Mark Schmidter, Political Prisoner! On 2/21/13, Mark Schmidter was jailed for 141 days for defying Judge Belvin Perry and handing out pieces of paper on what has historically been the most "free speech zone", the courthouse steps!
Guest: Mark Warden
Guest: Marko Rodin
Marko Rodin has discovered the source of the non-decaying spin of the electron. Although scientists know that all electrons in the universe spin, they have never discovered the source of this spin. Rodin has. He has discovered the underpinning geometry of the universe, the fabric of time itself. He has done this by reducing all higher mathematics – calculus, geometry, scalar math – to discrete-number mathematics. With the introduction of Vortex-Based Mathematics you will be able to see how energy is expressing itself mathematically. This math has no anomalies and shows the dimensional shape and function of the universe as being a toroid or donut-shaped black hole. This is the template for the universe and it is all within our base ten decimal system! The potential scope and breadth of the Rodin Solution is staggering; it is universally applicable in mathematics, science, biology, medicine, genetics, astronomy, chemistry, physics and computer science. The Rodin Solution will revol
Guest: Marta
Polish Economic Student
Guest: Martin Andelman
Guest: Martin Hill
Guest: Mary Tocco-Hovind
Mary Tocco-Hovind, Independent Vaccine Investigator “Vaccines are a health care decision and should never be forced upon free people.” Mary’s Accomplishments Include: • Mother of five grown adult “unvaccinated” children and “Nana” to seven “unvaccinated” grandchildren. • Won “America’s Outstanding Mom” pageant title (2013-2014) • Natural Health Coach, Chiropractic Practice Management Consultant and public speaker. • Recently (September 2016) married evangelist Dr. Kent Hovind of Creation Science Evangelism, known as Dr. Dino – defender of Biblical Creation scientifically, the great flood and dinosaurs in the bible. • 2016- Released her second DVD called, “Vaccine Risks, Responsibility and Rights”, a 6 DVD series and Mary’s first DVD, “Are Vaccines Safe?” released in 2006 has been viewed by over 250,000 people world-wide. • 1994 to present- Director of Vaccine Research and Education for Michigan for Vaccine Choice, a watch-dog group responsible for protecting
Guest: Matan Field
Matan Field is a theoretical physicist and entrepreneur, recently becoming excited about the world of cryptocurrency and decentralised organisations. Together with friends is now developing LaZooz, the first decentralised ride-sharing network.
Guest: Matt Bruce
Guest: Matt Lampert
Matt Lampert is the director of the Socionomics Institute, a think tank that researches how trends in social mood influence cultural, political, financial and macroeconomic developments. Matt is a graduate of the University of Cambridge and has spoken about social mood theory throughout the US and Europe. He is a board member of the Socionomics Foundation and edits the monthly research magazine, The Socionomist. His research has been supported by the National Academy of Sciences with funds from the National Science Foundation, and his work has been featured by USA Today, CNBC, the Associated Press and other popular news and scholarly publications.
Guest: Matt McKinney
Guest: Matt Mills
Superbowl 911 Truther
Guest: Matt Papke
Guest: Matt Philips
Guest: Matt Southworth
Legislative Associate, Foreign Policy Matt Southworth, Legislative Program Assistant, Foreign Policy Matt Southworth, Legislative Program Assistant, Foreign Policy Matt Southworth, son of Harold and Nancy Southworth of Florida, was born in Poughkeepsie, New York in 1984. Matt spent most of his adolescence in Florida. There, Matt was a four sport athlete at Belleview High School, in Belleview, Florida and went to state for wrestling his junior and senior years. Shortly after graduating high school with high honors, Matt joined the U.S. Army as an intelligence analyst in order to help pay for college in the future. While in the Army, Matt served a tour of duty in northern Iraq, near Mosul, in 2004. Matt’s experience in Iraq turned him against war and into an anti-war activist. By happenstance, he was eventually led to Wilmington College, a small Quaker school in Wilmington, Ohio. In May of 2009, Matt graduated Magna Cum Laude from Wilmington College with his Bachelors of Arts i
Guest: Matt Whitlock
Guest: Matthew 'Boomer' Shannon
"Boomer Shannon has been a stalwart Libertarian organizer and campaign strategist since 2005. He has been active in the San Bernardino, Los Angeles, and Riverside Counties serving in leadership roles successfully growing membership, encouraging participation and promoting activism. He has also served the Libertarian Party of California on the Executive Committee several times before this as well as Southern Vice Chair from 2011 to 2013. As a campaign strategist Boomer served in major field leadership roles for TRC 2010, Proposition 19, Regulate Marijuana Like Wine and a number of local initiatives. He is noted as having worked tirelessly for local, state and federal LP Candidates in Southern California, including as Campaign Manager for the several high profile Steve Collett for Congress campaigns. Boomer is an evangelist for the ALIVE FREE HAPPY style of political activism that specifically promotes the better world the Libertarians philosophy offers, and eschews fear mongering
Guest: Matthew Charles Cardinale
Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, SMART ALEC’s founding Board members include Cardinale; Dr. Dwanda Farmer, one of the nation’s few PhDs in Community Development; Barbara Payne, the former Executive Director of the Fulton County Taxpayers Foundation; and Christian Seppa, a web designer and progressive activist. Matthew Charles Cardinale - CEO and Board President Matthew Charles Cardinale, 34, unique history makes him an important role model for fellow activists. He has some twenty years of advocacy experience, with a specialty in affordable housing policy. His interest in housing advocacy goes back to his experience as a homeless teenager in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, from 1995 to 1998, obtaining his first HUD-subsidized apartment at the age of sixteen. Cardinale is the founder and CEO of Atlanta Progressive News, an online, independent news service, founded in 2005. In its eleventh year of publication, APN has published approximately 2,500 original news articles and
Guest: Matthew Heineman
Matthew Heineman is an award-winning filmmaker based in New York. He recently directed and produced, with Academy Award nominee Susan Froemke, a feature-length documentary ESCAPE FIRE: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare. It premiered at Sundance 2012, won numerous awards at festivals across the country, and was released by Roadside Attractions/Lionsgate to critical acclaim in October 2012. The film premiered on CNN in March 2013, with over two million viewers tuning in for the primetime broadcast. Heineman previously collaborated for two years with a team at HBO on the groundbreaking, Emmy-nominated HBO series, THE ALZHEIMER’S PROJECT, which aired in May 2009. He also directed and produced OUR TIME — a feature documentary about what it’s like to be young in today’s America.
Guest: Matthew Johnson
Guest: Matthew Wagner
I work at NOECA, The Northern Ohio Educational Computer Association. There I work with over 40 school districts in my area and have some insights into the education field / industry from a teaching and technology perspective. I have a degree in Technical Management with an emphasis in computer information systems. I do a lot of work with databases, database applications, data, training, reporting, etc. My education also had a heavy core of systems analysis and design, which I enjoy. I’ve been a part of the zeitgeist movement since the beginning and constantly focus on educating myself on relevant topics on a daily basis. These relevant areas include energy / oil, science, economics, social systems, monetary policy, government, politics, environmental issues, human behavior, psychology, production / methods, technology trends and innovations, etc. I’ve been down to The Venus Project’s research center, for three days, and have met with Jacque and Roxanne on two other occasions.
Guest: Maury Osbourne
Maury Osbourne (Super M@uryo) is an all around Digital Media Specialist. He founded spotlightME.tv as a way to help lesser known student-athlete's and talented people, who may be overlooked, reach coach's or executives. As a film producer and consultant, he led and managed the production of the feature film Running On Empty Dreams and has worked in the background of numerous independent film projects. Additional background information (military history,resume) can be found on his website www.MauryOsbourne.com the spotlight student athlete that we can talk about is www.GinoLittles.com. He is the student-athlete who co-founded Constitutional Clothing RKG,. www.ccrkg.com . I helped him as a student-athlete and I am also helping him beyond athletics. AnnaGrone.com is also another top student-athlete to talk about. On Monday, she committed to attend and play basketball at WNMU.
Guest: Max Hernandez
Author of Thieves Emporium A novel of technology, economics, and death in the age of the surveillance state. What price freedom when government knows all our secrets? WELCOME TO THE NEW BADLANDS Fawn got to the shelter too late for dinner, so she just wanted a safe place to sleep. But a dark stranger offered her more. A ticket to a new world, filled with opportunity. And danger. Welcome, Fawn, to the New Badlands. A place beyond the reach of any government. Without laws or regulations of any kind. Where everyone is free. But no one is safe. This is the story of a young mother's attempt to survive in the new digital underworld. Follow her as she becomes a pioneer, a smuggler, a spy, and a freedom-fighter while dodging forces that threaten to destroy the foundations of the modern nation-state. The characters in this novel are fictional. The place is not. It's growing around you, like cracks in the armor of the new surveillance state. Read about it now, while
Guest: Max Kane
Bringing communities in touch with local farmers
Guest: Max Marty
Guest: Max Victor
Devil Pups is an non-profit organization designed to help boys and girls from all backgrounds gain self-confidence and learn to take responsibility for their actions. Devil Pups is not a Marine Corps sponsored program. The program is not a 'mini boot camp' para-military or recruiting organization for the Marine Corps. Encampment Commanders are employees of Devil Pups, Inc.
Guest: Meg McLain
Guest: Megan Duffield
Guest: Meghan Kellison
Meghan Kellison has been writing poetry, prose, short stories, and essays for several years, has been published in small independent publications (mostly poetry), and currently runs the blog at Roberts & Roberts Brokerage (http://rrbi.co/category/blog/). Her focus is on social issues, politics, fitness, and natural health topics. The best way to contact Meghan is on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001243544080
Guest: Meghan Kellison
M.K. Lords became interested in the disruptive and charitable potential of technology after being a writer for several years. She is best known as the editor of Bitcoin Not Bombs which was formed out of an alliance with Antiwar.com. Her focus has been on how block chain technology can help disadvantaged people and controversial organizations. She has written for Bitcoin Magazine, Bitcoin Not Bombs, been published in the educational book Bitcoin: At Issue, and featured in Forbes. M.K. also brings her experience from the financial services sector as the former office/media manager for Roberts & Roberts Brokerage. While much of her work is written, she also has done extensive video interviews with prominent voices in the Bitcoin space. She has spoken on nonprofits, activism, and philosophy at tech and liberty themed conferences and also organized two Bitcoin conferences. She applies her experience in multiple fields as the Community Manager for Airbitz. When not writing and speaking, s
Guest: Melinda Pillsbury-Foster
Webpages: http://www.agentsgreen.org/ http://acpvision.blogspot.com/ Melinda Pillsbury-Foster - Board Member of Agents Green Melinda studied the evolving dynamics of political and social change and how these intersect with commerce looking for ways to encourage better, more equitable outcomes. Then she began to think about sustainability. If we want sustainability why haven't we found a way to make activism sustainable? The seed of the idea came from her grandfather, Arthur C. Pillsbury. He advised his son, Melinda's father, to find his passion and then arrange his life so he could make this his profession. His passion was born as he stood in a Yosemite meadow, waist high in wildflowers in 1895. Determined to awaken people to the beautiful integrity of nature he used photography and film to extend human vision. The first nature movie – 1909. The first lapse-time motion picture camera for showing the life of flowers, opening and closing, living and dying – 1912. The firs
Guest: Melissa Dykes
Melissa Dykes (formerly Melton) is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple and a co-creator of Truthstream Media with Aaron Dykes. She is an experienced researcher, graphic artist and investigative journalist with a passion for liberty and a dedication to truth. Aaron is veteran investigative reporter, videographer, editor, host and researcher. Their documentary "Obsolete" is available for free on Amazon Prime; their videos are available on YouTube.com/truthstreammedia.
Guest: Melvin A. Goodman
Goodman is senior fellow at the Center for International Policy. His most recent book is "Failure of Intelligence: The Decline and Fall of the CIA." From 1966 to 1990, he was senior Soviet analyst at the CIA and the Department of State's Bureau of Intelligence and Research.
Guest: Michael Allison
Guest: Michael Badnarik
Michael Badnarik decided to run for President in February of 2003 at the urging of friends, as well as students of his popular "Introduction to the Constitution" class. To secure the Libertarian Party nomination, he traveled over 25,000 miles campaigning across the U.S. in the 15 months leading up to the Partys National Convention in Atlanta. Although Michael was clearly the underdog, he won the nomination after three close ballots. Michael continued his underdog status in the national campaign. Despite appearing on the ballot in 48 states, more than Ralph Nader, as his candidacy was blacked out by the mainstream media. Frustrated by the bipartisan control of the electoral process, he tried to serve process papers on Commission on Presidential Debates officials in a lawsuit protesting the exclusion of significant third party candidates from the debates. Badnarik and David Cobb, the Green Party nominee, were arrested and handcuffed attempting to peacefully cross the police line surro
Guest: Michael Bates
Principality of Sealand Located in international waters, on the military fortress of Roughs Tower, Sealand is the smallest country in the world. The country‘s national motto is “From the Sea, Freedom” (E Mare Libertas), reflecting its enduring struggle for liberty through the years. Sealand has been an independent sovereign State since 1967. The Bates family governs the small State as hereditary royal rulers, each member with his, or her, own royal title. Sealand upholds its own constitution, composed of a preamble and seven articles. Upon the declaration of independence, the founding Bates family raised the Sealand flag, pledging freedom and justice to all that lived under it. Following this, Sealand issued passports to its nationals, minted official currency and commissioned its own stamps. Show your support for Sealand independence for the years to come, by registering for a Noble Title and becoming a Lord or a Lady. Sealand also offers ID cards, and the chance to own a pie
Guest: Michael Belfiore
Guest: Michael Boldin
Guest: Michael Charles Aust
Activist Trump and the Illuminati
Guest: Michael Crosswhite
Guest: Michael Dean
Guest: Michael Eliot
Materials science, geopolymer, Seasteading
Guest: Michael Fielding
The Sailboat Diaries is a compilation of adventure stories and philosophical musings written over the course of my sailing voyage from Texas to the Caribbean and back. In this book, we'll explore the foundations of rational thought, the discontinuity of self, perspectives on ethics, the meaning of freedom, tools for overcoming cognitive biases, the nature of property, the benefits of informal learning, and strategies for asserting sovereignty. Author website http://freeacad.com
Guest: Michael Goldstein
Michael Goldstein is the founder and president of the Satoshi Nakamoto Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to hosting the best literature on cryptography & society. While studying at the University of Texas, Michael ran the Mises Circle, an economics discussion group following in the tradition of the Austrian school. He is a programmer residing in Austin, TX.
Guest: Michael Kielsky
Michael Kielsky | Counselor & Attorney at Law Michael Kielsky earned his B.Sc. in Computer Science from Grand Canyon College (now University) in Phoenix, Arizona, attended Graduate School in the College of Engineering at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, and received his law degree (summa cum laude) from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. He is a member of the State Bars of Arizona and California, licensed to practice in both states, as well as before Arizona's U.S. District Court. Mr. Kielsky's general practice areas include business, technology, and contract law, as well as criminal defense. Read client reviews posted at Avvo.com. With over 20 years in the Information Technology field, much of it consulting for large and well-known names in electronics, computers, software, aerospace, finance, telecom, logistics, and defense, Mr. Kielsky has accumulated a wealth of experience in areas relating to IT governance, process, and compliance. O
Guest: Michael L. “Mikey” Weinstein
Mikey Weinstein is the undisputed leader of the national movement to restore the obliterated wall separating church and state in the most technologically lethal organization ever created by humankind: the United States armed forces. Described by Harper’s magazine as the constitutional conscience of the U.S. military, a man determined to force accountability, Mikey’s family has a long and distinguished U.S. military history spanning three consecutive generations of military academy graduates and over 130 years of combined active duty military service in every major combat engagement our country has been in from World War I to the current Global War on Terror. Mikey is a 1977 Honor Graduate of the United States Air Force Academy. Mikey has been married for over 33 years to his wife, Bonnie. He is the proud parent of two sons and one daughter. His oldest son and daughter-in-law are 2004 Graduates, and Mikey’s youngest son graduated in the Class of 2007 from the Air Force Academy and is
Guest: Michael Mandeville
Local Activist
Guest: Michael Murphy
Guest: Michael of Sealand
Principality of Sealand Located in international waters, on the military fortress of Roughs Tower, Sealand is the smallest country in the world. The country‘s national motto is “From the Sea, Freedom” (E Mare Libertas), reflecting its enduring struggle for liberty through the years. Sealand has been an independent sovereign State since 1967. The Bates family governs the small State as hereditary royal rulers, each member with his, or her, own royal title. Sealand upholds its own constitution, composed of a preamble and seven articles. Upon the declaration of independence, the founding Bates family raised the Sealand flag, pledging freedom and justice to all that lived under it. Following this, Sealand issued passports to its nationals, minted official currency and commissioned its own stamps. Show your support for Sealand independence for the years to come, by registering for a Noble Title and becoming a Lord or a Lady. Sealand also offers ID cards, and the chance to own a pie
Guest: Michael Shoen
Guest: Michael Terpin
Michael Terpin began SocialRadius in 2007, the latest chapter in a 25-year career in public relations, Internet marketing and digital innovation. A serial entrepreneur, he has been frequently written about as a pioneer in online PR and marketing, newswire distribution and social media/Web 2.0 marketing. His most recent venture is SocialRadius, a full-service social media marketing firm. Michael has been a frequent speaker at leading technology and marketing conferences, including Ad:Tech, CES, E3, European Technology Roundtable (ETRE), Frost & Sullivan Sales & Marketing Conference, NAB, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), Red Herring, Southern California Software Council and VNU Digital Media. He has been profiled in PRWeek and O’Dwyer’s PR Report, and has been a guest columnist for O’Dwyer’s PR Daily. Terpin is the only PR executive to be twice named to the Los Angeles Business Journal’s list of the most influential technology leaders. He was a finalist in the 2000 Ernst &
Guest: Michael W. Dean
Guest: Michael with MOX News
Over the last eight years I have posted over 50,000 videos on YouTube, with MOX NEWS uploads reposted on thousands more pages across the Internet. Over the last few years I have done my best to help and keep MOX NEWS Viewers eyes open and informed and hopefully better prepared for whatever crazy thing is about to happen next. Even though google has tried to shut me down by deleting tens of thousands of my video posts I fight on. The only way this has been possible is because of generous people who appreciate my hard work and want to make sure it continues on. I will make this pledge to You that as long as I have enough support I will fight everyday to make my viewers glad and proud that for yet another day MOX NEWS fights on! If you are able, and you see my work to be of value to yourself and to the world, I hope you will make a donation. With that, I will do my best to continue my Daily Service. I Thank You All :) ~MOXy
Guest: Michele Naar-Obed
Michele Naar-Obed works with Christian Peacemaker Teams, a human rights, violence reduction organization with a team based in Suleimaniya Iraq since 2006. When not in Iraq, she lives with her family in Duluth MN. She can be reached at obedsinduluth@yahoo.com For more information about Christian Peacemaker Teams see www.cpt.org
Guest: Mike and Jackie Flood
Guest: Mike Duggar
Letter carrier for USPS
Guest: Mike Finger
Director of Marketing Euro Pacific Precious Metals. Mike started his marketing career at Euro Pacific Capital and has been involved with Euro Pacific Precious Metals from its founding in early 2010. A student of philosophy, politics, and economics from an early age, Mike is driven by Euro Pac's mission of helping people diversify out of fiat money and its derivatives. Mike works with the President and Chairman to craft and execute all of Euro Pac Metals' marketing and communications efforts, and is the editor of Peter Schiff's Gold Letter. Mike earned his B.A. in Philosophy from Tulane University in 2007. His media credits include Al Jazeera English, Free Talk Live, LewRockwell.com, and the Tulane Hullaballoo.
Guest: Mike Ford
Guest: Mike Kimberl
Homeless Outreach in Pensacola, FL fueled by Bitcoin
Guest: Mike King
Mike King is a private investigative journalist and researcher based in the New York City area. A 1987 graduate of Rutgers University, King's subsequent 30 year career in Marketing & Advertising has equipped him with a unique perspective when it comes to understanding how "public opinion" is indeed scientifically manufactured. Madison Ave marketing acumen combines with 'City Boy' instincts to make M.S. King one of the most tenacious detectors of "things that don’t add up" in the world today. Says King of his admitted quirks, irreverent disdain for "conventional wisdom", and uncanny ability to ferret out and weave together important data points that others miss: "Had Sherlock Holmes been an actual historical personage, I would have been his reincarnation." King is also the author of The War Against Putin: What the Government-Media Complex Isn’t Telling You About Russia. King’s other interests include: the animal kingdom, philosophy, chess, cooking, literature and history (with emphasis
Guest: Mike Martin
President of FMMusicLive - FMMusic Live is an organization for artists, by artists that is dedicated to providing tools, services, and resources to independent musicians to enable them to make a living of their passion; making music! We host a blog for music lovers to post about recent shows or music they love, we produce and release media, and we provide booking and merchandising services.
Guest: Mike O'Connor
Guest: Mike Roth
Running as a write-in for Sheriff in Quartzsite, AZ in the 2016 general election
Guest: Mike Salvi
Guest: Mike Shipley
Guest: Mike Sylvia
For State Representative Belknap District 6 Education I earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Rhode Island in Resource Development. Military Service I joined the Army National Guard at the age of 17 and served for six years. Work I have worked at FedEx for 30 years, working both on the road and at the airport, taking on the responsibility of load balancing 727 aircraft. Community I volunteer for Cayuga Dog Rescue, Shire Sharing and Lakes Region Porcupines. Pilot I am interested in flying and earned my pilot's license and have flown hangglider, ultralight, and experimental aircraft. See also: https://www.facebook.com/MichaelSylviaBelmont
Guest: Mike Wasdin
Guest: Mikey Weinstein
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that all members of the United States Armed Forces fully receive the Constitutional guarantees of religious freedom to which they and all Americans are entitled by virtue of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
Guest: Mikey Weinstein
Guest: Mikkel Clair Nissen
Manipulism and the Weapon of Guilt: Collectivism Exposed is the utmost controversial exposé and carefully detailed description of the awful emotional mind game that facilitates communism, socialism, fascism, and social-liberalism, known as collectivism. The book exposes Denmark, the supposed happiest nation on earth, for what it truly is: collectivism's biggest propaganda hoax. Danish author Mikkel Clair Nissen tells the hidden facts and realities of life in Denmark’s democratic-socialism that they never want you to know.
Guest: Mish Shedlock
Guest: Mitch Altman
Guest: Moe Kinney
The Vermonters for Liberty organization is about action, not talk. We work for the change we seek through community activism, education, citizen lobbying, supporting liberty candidates, and working with other groups and organizations to accomplish specific goals. We know that things will only get better by doing something about it, not hoping it will get better or leaving it to others to make the change we want. The Vermonters for Liberty, or V4L, organization is non-partisan; we’re not on the left or the right. We share views with both sides of the political spectrum; we have members who are Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Conservatives and Progressives. We have one overriding philosophy: a firm belief in the Constitution as the fundamental guarantee of our personal freedom and the right of each individual to pursue his or her maximum happiness. If you believe in limiting the size and scope of government, if you feel that the politicians in Montpelier don’t represent
Guest: Monika Wesolowski
Guest: Moray King
Moray B. King has degrees in Electrical Engineering (B.S.) and Systems Engineering (M.S.) from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been researching zero-point energy since the mid 1970's, and has given numerous presentations and research papers on the topic. He has authored three books: Tapping the Zero-Point Energy (1989) Quest for Zero-Point Energy (2001) The Energy Machine of T. Henry Moray (2005) all published by Adventures Unlimited Press. Recent presentations on how water electrolyzers can coherently interact with the zero-point energy can be downloaded from: http://peswiki.com/index.php/Video:Water_as_Fuel_(via_ZPE) or just Google: water fuel ZPE
Guest: Morgan Coffinger
Guest: Morgan Fox
As coMorgan_Fox_2mmunications manager, Morgan Fox handles the day-to-day media needs of MPP’s reform efforts on the state and federal levels. In addition to interviews and providing information to reporters, Morgan is a frequent contributor to the MPP blog and has authored articles that have been published in news outlets nationwide. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Morgan has been working at MPP since moving to the District of Columbia in 2008. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University.
Guest: Morpheus
Latest activism and travels of Morpheus
Guest: Mrianne Williamson
Guest: Muhammad Sahimi
Guest: Murdoch Pizgatti
Don't Comply -The Frontline Is Everywhere! News, Gear and Motivation to become active in your community. Stay connected to what matters and up to date with the latest news that affects you! http://dontcomply.com
Guest: Murtaza Hussain
Refugee rights worker based in Toronto, MBA Student, author of the blog Revolution by the Book and the report Austerity and the Roots of Britain's Turmoil for Salon.com
Guest: MyBTC.Com
Guest: N.A. Poe
Guest: Nancy from Anarchapulco
Bitcoin Enthusiast
Guest: Nash Manley
Guest: Nathan Crane
From addiction, dependency, jail, and homelessness, to a profound spiritual awakening becoming a highly sought after international entrepreneur of personal empowerment, Nathan found his life’s purpose in helping people experience more joy and fulfillment in their lives, dissolving harmful habits and mental attachments, and experiencing physical, mental, emotional, financial, and spiritual transformation. Nathan Crane, is a highly sought after lifestyle entrepreneur, speaker, author, and teacher of Life. He has published, shared stages with, and worked with dozens of world renowned experts and best selling authors such as; Dr. Gabriel Cousens, Gregg Braden, Jeffrey Smith, Sonia Choquette, Alan Cohen, Dr. Leonard Coldwell, Guy Finley, and many others, all by the age of 26 years old. He is the Founder of The Panacea Community, President of Panacea Publishing, Inc. Director of Panacea Life School, Partner of Best of Raw, LLC, CEO of Integrated Health International, and Executive P
Guest: Neal Conner
Guest: Neema Vedadi
Guest: Neil Radimaker
Neil Radimaker Director / Cinematographer / Co-Editor. 1468596_10153504586975048_1605797777_nVoluntaryist, agorist, Anarcho-capitalist, call him what you will. This man supports the core of liberty to the fullest. A Photographer, Editor, Videographer, Designer, and consultant by trade, he wears many hats in this life. Neil also helps many actavist develop liberty minded collaboration networks. In his spare time Neil can be found advising and producing content for more than a few liberty minded activists. Neil holds key positions within the ranks of The Conscious Resistance Network, Liberty Movement Radio and Uncorporate Media. Neil brings an exclusive vision to his projects with an educated and engaging sense of humor. This unique approach along with his polymathic nature is what makes his style so exclusive. Neil's videography and editing skills are top notch; he is a jack of all trades, drawing inspiration from a myriad of skills to exemplify his well-rounded expertise an
Guest: Neil Schulman
Guest: Neill Franklin
Retired State Police Major and Executive Director of LEAP Major Stanford "Neill" Franklin Baltimore, Maryland “It pains me to know that there is a solution for preventing tragedy and nothing is being done because of ignorance, stubbornness, unsubstantiated fear and greed." Major Neill Franklin is a 34-year law enforcement veteran of the Maryland State Police and Baltimore Police Department. During his time on the force, he held the position of commander for the Education and Training Division and the Bureau of Drug and Criminal Enforcement. Major Franklin instituted and oversaw the very first Domestic Violence Investigative Units for the Maryland State Police. After 23 years of dedicated service to the Maryland State Police, he was recruited in 2000 by the Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department to reconstruct and command Baltimore’s Education and Training Section. Early in his career, Neill served as a narcotics agent with the Maryland State police, focusing on ever
Guest: Nicholas Meyer
Dr. Nicholas (‘Nick’) Meyer has been practicing dentistry for over 35 years. He is incredibly active in many aspects of the field of holistic dentistry. He is a world renowned lecturer, clinical researcher and holds numerous leadership roles in leading healthcare organizations. Because of this knowledge and dedication, Dr. Meyer is sought out by people from around the world. People choose Dr. Meyer for his care skill and judgment within his unique approach to holistic dental care. Dr. Meyer’s experience in advanced general dentistry (ie. dental implants and temporomandibular disorders) along with his extraordinary knowledge of services found in complimentary medicine (ie. homeopathy, energetic and physical medicine) allow him and his team to deliver a quality level of care that is unmatched in the field of holistic dentistry. Philosophically, Dr. Meyer believes in a holistic dental approach; allowing individuals to rise to the level of health they seek. Long ago he found that not
Guest: Nicholas Sarwark
Born in 1979, Nicholas Sarwark is an unabashed, second generation Libertarian with a strong commitment to fighting on the party’s behalf against unfair ballot access obstacles and exclusion of qualified candidates from public debates. Sarwark has been an active member of the Libertarian Party since 1999 and has served on the Judicial and Bylaws committees of the national party. He also served as chair of the Libertarian Party of Maryland and as vice chair of the Libertarian Party of Colorado where he played a key role in recruiting the state's 42 Libertarian candidates in 2014 and supported the passage of Colorado's historic marijuana legalization initiative in 2012. Professionally, Nicholas Sarwark has been a criminal defense attorney and has worked over ten years in the private sector. He served as a deputy public defender in Colorado, trying more than 30 cases before a jury and arguing in front of the Colorado Supreme Court. He also has more than a decade of experience in comp
Guest: Nick Barnett
CopBlock - Videographer
Guest: Nick Coons
Guest: Nick Dranias
Nick Dranias holds the Clarence J. and Katherine P. Duncan Chair for Constitutional Government and is Director of the Joseph and Dorothy Donnelly Moller Center for Constitutional Government at the Goldwater Institute. Prior to joining the Goldwater Institute, Dranias was an attorney with the Institute for Justice. In law school, Dranias served on the Loyola University Chicago Law Review, competed on Loyola’s National Labor Law Moot Court Team, and received various academic awards. He graduated cum laude from Boston University with a B.A. in Economics and Philosophy. Dranias led the Goldwater Institute’s challenge to Arizona’s so-called clean elections law all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Using the centuries-old federal All Writs Act, he persuaded the Supreme Court to block the issuance of equalizing funds to government-funded “clean” candidates even before the Court accepted the case for review. He has also authored numerous scholarly articles in law reviews and bar journa
Guest: Nick Lambert
Nick started his working life in project management roles with IBM and Sanmina SCI, before a change in tack led him into senior marketing positions with a diverse range of companies, which included a successful exit to a large US corporate. Nick has an MSc in marketing and is responsible for managing all aspects of MaidSafe's business, including overseeing the firms commercialisation, intellectual property, investment, business and marketing strategy.
Guest: Nick Rausch
Nick is the CEO of Flipping Wall Street, LLC ("FWS") Established in 2015 to market FLIP Mr. Rausch has been developing and marketing automated trading technology for the past 6 years through various companies. RTA isa financial advisory firm that specializes in automated stock trading software and the Financial Learning & Investment Platform. Mr. Rausch is a series 65 licensed Principal Investment Advisor and is responsible for managing capital relationships and strategic business development. Mr. Rausch also served as a public speaker, having demonstrated the robotic trading software to audiences in over 64 cities across the U.S. in 2013 Translating into over 10 million in sales. Team sold 18 million 2013-2014.
Guest: Nick Reed
Nick Reed is the Founder + Lead Consultant at Frontier Liberty and is a speaker, writer, activist, and advocate for solving problems from the bottom-up through community, culture and the free-market rather than through government. Nick has been the Media Relations Coordinator and Delegate for the Libertarian Party of Texas. Presently, Nick lives in Austin, TX with his wife and kid where he provides liberty consulting services, is working on a book on The Limits of Control about the inadequacy of control systems to solve social and environmental problems, and starting a rite of passage program for youth and communities.
Guest: Nick Saorsa
Guest: Nicole Doula
Guest: Nima Mahdjour
Nima Mahdjour has been a tech entrepreneur in San Francisco for little over 10 years, mainly focusing on online and live auction software solutions. As a result of his tech background and his interest in Austrian Economics he got involved in the Bitcoin space in 2011. In 2013 him and his business partner James Roten launched the address shortener Bit.co.in (http://bit.co.in) and the cryptocurrency business listing and review platform CoinJabber (http://www.coinjabber.com).
Guest: Occupy Erica
Savin' the world, bringing people together, peace, LOV3, stop wars...
Guest: Oliver Diaz
Guest: Orion Martin
Founder and CEO of Sidekik, a company which is currently developing the Sidekik mobile application. The Sidekik app is designed to aid people during interactions with government agents by streaming audio/video to a secure server while simultaneously connecting the app user with legal representation through a video call. Research and personal experience prompted Orion to find a remedy to the burgeoning police state, which led to the formation of Sidekik.
Guest: Paige Peterson
The Internet is more than a place to go shopping. Or a way of staying in touch with friends. The universal availability of information results in liberation. Regardless of whether you were born in New York, Shanghai or Cairo, access to the Internet can transform your life. The world is changing, becoming increasingly interconnected, and it's happening fast... PUSHED TO THE LIMIT: Mobile Networks in the Era of Data Skyrocketing consumption of mobile data is becoming curbed by a finite amount of licensed spectrum and the capacity limitations of cellular networks. Network operators must look beyond traditional mobile solutions to maximize revenues as data usage continues to ramp up. Capacity and spectrum limitations can impact the user experience in very important – and very negative – ways. They can result in slower or incomplete downloads for content such as games or music, and video chat sessions that are intolerable due to poor quality or incessant buffering. They can produce
Guest: Palestine
Guest: Pam Senzee
Guest: Pam White
Pam White wants you to own your birth. In over 20 years of practicing midwifery in Arizona, Pam has attended the births of hundreds of babies. Women find her wisdom throughout pregnancy and her support at their deliveries invaluable. She is frequently invited back to witness subsequent births. Her knowledge, personal approach and commitment to empowering women in one of life’s most sacred, intimate experiences has earned her the respect of birthing mothers and colleagues alike. Own your birth. Birth at home, with Pam White Midwifery.
Guest: Pamela Morgan
Pamela D. Morgan is an attorney, educator, and entrepreneur. Licensed to practice law in Illinois and Michigan, her legal work focuses on advising entrepreneurs, start-ups, and established organizations in business planning and practice matters. She has extensive experience in business organization, risk analysis, contract negotiation and drafting, and dispute resolution through consensus building. A former college professor and director of business programs, she has taught business law, entrepreneurship, management, communications, and legal research and writing courses. Within higher education, her focus areas include teaching, training, course design and implementation, course and program assessment, and building community partnerships. She has also co-led a number of professional development workshops on teaching, learning and assessment. She earned a Juris Doctor degree from Wayne State University, cum laude, a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a concentration
Guest: Pasha Roberts
Guest: Pastor Lindsey Williams
Guest: Pastor Rob Hudelson
Guest: Pastor Steven Anderson
Pastor Steven Anderson was born and raised in Sacramento, CA. At age 18, he travelled throughout Germany and Eastern Europe for 3 months serving in local independent Baptist churches, studying foreign languages, and getting experience in the ministry. It was on this trip that he met his future wife, Zsuzsanna, while out soul-winning in the streets of Munich, Bavaria. He eventually lead her to the Lord, and they were married shortly thereafter. They have been married for over 13 years, and God has blessed them with 7 beautiful children. Pastor Anderson started Faithful Word Baptist Church on December 25, 2005. He holds no college degree but has well over 140 chapters of the Bible memorized word-for-word, including approximately half of the New Testament. Today, most Baptist churches are started by Bible colleges. However, the Bible makes it clear that the church is the pillar and ground of the truth, not a school. Faithful Word Baptist Church is a totally independent Baptist church,
Guest: Pat Schwind
Local democrat party activist
Guest: Patrick Byrne
Guest: Patrick Heintz
With experience in both corrections and substance abuse counseling, Patrick Heintz has worked with incarcerated populations for over 20 years. Beginning as a child care worker in a maximum security Department of Youth Services facility, he spent the majority of his career at the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department as a counselor/corrections officer. As a substance abuse counselor licensed by the State of Massachusetts working in a variety of corrections settings, he was witness to what he calls the “revolving door and intergenerational nature of the offender population”. Patrick explains, “Early on in my career, it became apparent that to a large extent, this revolving door phenomenon was a direct result of the prevailing laws associated with the war on drugs. It became a daily frustration that no matter how service-oriented and well intentioned treatment attempts were in a corrections setting, nonsensical drug laws such as mandatory minimum sentencing, school zone violations and ot
Guest: Patrick Henry
30 Years of Real Estate Experience
Guest: Patrick Wood
Patrick M. Wood is editor of The August Fore­cast and The August Review. The August Fore­cast pro­vides a suc­cinct look for­ward to ana­lyze trends relating to mar­kets, eco­nomics, pol­i­tics and finance; The August Review is an his­tor­ical review of global elitism, its players and policies. He founded The August Cor­po­ra­tion on October 11, 1975. As a reg­is­tered invest­ment adviser with the Secu­ri­ties and Exchange Com­mis­sion, the com­pany ini­tially offered port­folio man­age­ment ser­vices to investors in the United States until 1980. In 1978, Wood com­menced pub­li­ca­tion of The Tri­lat­eral Observer (TO), to specif­i­cally track and doc­u­ment the activ­i­ties of The Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion, which was then seen to be the very core of elitism and multi-nationalism in the United States and abroad. TO was co-edited by Pro­fessor Antony Sutton, for­merly a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Insti­tu­tion for War, Peace and Rev­o­lu­tion at Stan­ford University. Wood and
Guest: Paul Antinori
PAUL ANTINORI is a veteran trial lawyer with over 50 years experience in both federal and state trial courts and appellate courts throughout the United States. He graduated from Georgetown Law School in 1959. He is a licensed member of the bar in Florida, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. In 1964 he was elected to the office of State Attorney for the 13th Circuit of Florida and successfully prosecuted high profile cases including capital crimes during his term of office. During that time he was appointed by the Governor as special prosecutor in charge of Grand Jury investigations throughout Florida. He personally steered several Grand Jury investigations of public corruption in Hillsborough County Florida. He was admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States in 1971. He has tried complex criminal and civil cases, including maritime cases, in federal courts in Tampa, Philadelphia, Boston, and San Francisco. He has argued cases before federal appella
Guest: Paul Graham
Guest: Paul Harding
'Did you know one third of our lives are spent sleeping? Sleeping is not an option. However, it is being assaulted by the influx of electro-pollution or electromagnetic frequencies (EMF's) Using scientific equipment and my expertise, which is based on thousands of published studies, I am able to analyze your home for EMF pollution and give you solutions. The results will quickly help you to regain your energy, vitality and well-being.'
Guest: Paul Kawika Martin
Paul Kawika Martin Political & Communications Director 301.565.4050 ext.316
Guest: Paul Krishnamurty
Paul Krishnamurty is a fresh perspective on Politics by predicting races with political gambling instead of polls. Attached to this email is his press kit that contains a press release, bio, and sample interview questions. Paul is a professional gambler, freelance journalist, and political analyst for over 13 years. His work expands across a wide array of media from writing for publications, making political betting films, and regular appearances as a pundit on BBC Radio. Political gambling isn’t like playing a slot machine; it’s like the stock market. Also, it is a research-driven enterprise in which you can buy and sell positions as the market changes. It works by correctly predicting and then selling off your position when ratings jump. In recent elections, betting markets have proven to be the most accurate guide for results, outperforming conventional predictors such as opinion polls or TV pundits. Paul would be honored to share his predictions or his
Guest: Paul Loeb
Paul Loeb has spent over thirty years researching and writing about citizen responsibility and empowerment--asking what makes some people choose lives of social commitment, while others abstain. He has written five widely praised books, lectured to enthusiastic responses at 400 colleges and universities around the country--including Harvard, Stanford, Dartmouth, Chicago, Michigan, MIT, Yale, Cornell, Duke, Wisconsin, and Columbia--and been a lead speaker at numerous conferences including the National Education Association, American Society on Aging, Education Commission of the States, National Youth Leadership Council, American College Personnel Association, Campus Compact’s Presidential Summit, the American Association of Colleges & Universities, a national conference on race and ethnicity on campus, the company meeting of Patagonia Corp., and the Unitarian General Assembly. His January 2002 talk to the annual provost’s conference of the American Association of State Colleges & Uni
Guest: Paul Puey
Paul V. Puey Co-Founder / CEO Paul is a proud Electrical Engineering and Computer Science graduate of UC Berkeley with a wide range of technical skills from low-level 3D graphics engineering to development of custom web CMS systems, even before people knew what a CMS was. He held lead engineering positions with Nvidia and Chromatic Research, but most recently owned and operated several non-technical small businesses throughout California. There he learned the importance of the intersection of people, business, and technology. Today, he aims to bring Bitcoin mainstream with software and products aimed at simplifying Bitcoin and making it insanely easy to send and secure this revolutionary currency while maintaining the highest level of privacy. When not converting people to bitcoin you’ll likely find him climbing a rock in Joshua Tree or at a local climbing gym.
Guest: Paul Rosenberg
Guest: Paul Snow
President, Texas Bitcoin Association and Founder, Passing Bitcoin Around the World Paul Snow has been writing compilers, interpreters, and Rules Engines for use in graphics, embedded systems, and web applications for over 30 years. He designed and executed the Passing Bitcoin Around the World events. As an Organizer of the Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency meetup group, he organized the Mini Bitcoin Conference in Austin Series, which has grown into the Texas Bitcoin Conference. LinkedIn Profile
Guest: Paul Vogt
Guest: Penny Langford-Freeman
Guest: Pepe Escobar
Guest: Perianne Boring
Perianne M. Boring is the founder and President of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, the first DC-based trade association dedicated to promoting the acceptance and use of bitcoin and digital assets to public-policy makers. Boring is a sought-after speaker, and author of the "Boring Bitcoin Report," a popular industry blog. Prior to forming the Digital Chamber, Boring served as an economic analyst in network cable news. Additionally, she worked as a legislative analyst on Capitol Hill, advising on finance, economics, tax and healthcare policy.?
Guest: Pete Eyre
Guest: Peter Christ
Co-Founder of LEAP and current board member of LEAP
Guest: Peter Schiff
Guest: Peter Todd
Peter Todd is a leading expert on Bitcoin and blockchain technologies. He is best known as a Bitcoin core developer, with a deep expertise in the security properties of the bitcoin network and other decentralized technologies. His specialties are performing security audits of blockchain projects, and designing blockchain application architectures.
Guest: Peymon Mottahedeh
Guest: Phil Donahue
Guest: Philip Giraldi
Former counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and a columnist and television commentator who is the Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a group that advocates for more even handed policies by the U.S. government in the Middle East. Columnist for Antiwar.Com
Guest: Phranq Tamburri
Dr. Phranq Tamburri is a naturopathic physician specializing in men's health with a sub-specialty in prostate cancer. In tandem to these fields, Dr. Tamburri treats male hormone deficiency, low energy, and sexual performance.
Guest: Phyllis Bennis
Fellow Phyllis Bennis directs the New Internationalism Project at IPS. She is also a fellow of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. She has been a writer, analyst, and activist on Middle East and UN issues for many years. In 2001 she helped found and remains on the steering committee of the U.S. Campaign to End Israeli Occupation. She works closely with the United for Peace and Justice anti-war coalition, co-chairs the UN-based International Coordinating Network on Palestine, and since 2002 has played an active role in the growing global peace movement. She continues to serve as an adviser to several top UN officials on Middle East and UN democratization issues. Stay up to date on events in the Middle East with Phyllis Bennis' free newsletter (delivered 1-2x a month).
Guest: Powell Gammill
Guest: Professor of Politics - Lake Forest Univ.
Guest: Professor Peter Mathews
Peter Mathews has spent 30 years as a College and University Professor. Peter Mathews is a full-time Professor of Political Science at Cypress College, an adjunct Professor of Sociology at Long Beach City College, has taught at California State University, Fullerton, and is currently a featured Political Analyst and Contributing Partner on the “Head-On” Radio Show on KEIB AM 1150 in Los Angeles, California. During 2012 and 2013, Peter Mathews served as a Political Analyst on KTLK Progressive Talk Radio’s popular “The David Cruz Show” in Los Angeles. Peter has served as a Political Analyst on KNBC-TV, KCBS-TV, KTLA-TV, CNN radio, KPFA radio and guest on KPFK radio, KPCC radio, and as a commentator on KNX News Radio and other venues. He is a contributing columnist for the Long Beach Register and on-line Orange County Register. He has been a guest op-ed writer in the Long Beach Press Telegram. Having lived, traveled, taught and conducted research in 27 countries including Britain, France
Guest: Professor Philip Hamburger
Philip Hamburger is the Maurice and Hilda Friedman Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. He writes extensively on constitutional law and its history, and his books are Separation of Church and State (Harvard 2002), Law and Judicial Duty (Harvard 2008), and most recently Is Administrative Law Unlawful? (Chicago 2014). Before coming to Columbia, he was the John P. Wilson Professor at the University of Chicago Law School. ? I don't have a webpage (other than the schools brief page), but perhaps he could highlight the book, Is Administrative Law Unlawful?
Guest: Professor William Irwin
William Irwin is Herve A. LeBlanc Distinguished Service Professor and Chair of Philosophy at King’s College (Pennsylvania). Irwin is the author of The Free Market Existentialist: Capitalism without Consumerism. He is also the author of Intentionalist Interpretation: A Philosophical Explanation. Irwin originated the philosophy and popular culture genre of books with Seinfeld and Philosophy (1999), The Simpsons and Philosophy (2001), and The Matrix and Philosophy (2002). My Wikipedia page also has a bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Irwin_(philosopher) Here is info for downloading the e-book free of charge: THE FREE MARKET EXISTENTIALIST is available as a free e-book download on Net Galley https://www.netgalley.com/ In case you're not familiar with it, Net Galley is free and easy. You register as a user and request any book in their listing (mostly pre-publication books like mine). The request will be approved through my publicist, and you will get an e-mail telling y
Guest: R. Lee Wrights
Guest: Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb
Coordinator of FOR Interfaith Peacewalks and Cofounder of Shomer Shalom Network for Jewish Nonviolence. Webpages are: shomershalom.org and forusa.org
Guest: Rachel Linden
Guest: Raed Jarrar
Raed Jarrar (Arabic: رائد جرار‎) is an Iraq-born architect, blogger, and political advocate resident in the U.S. Capital Washington, DC. Jarrar was born in Iraq, and raised in Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Iraq. He is half Iraqi and half Palestinian. He holds a degree in architecture from the University of Baghdad, and a Master's Degree in Architectural Engineering, specialized in post-war reconstruction, from the University of Jordan. While attending the University of Baghdad, he met the fellow architecture student later known as Salam Pax.[1] Jarrar first gained prominence as the person referenced in the title of the blog "Where is Raed?", written and maintained by Salam Pax, to which Jarrar himself made infrequent posts. This blog received widespread media coverage during the 2003 invasion of Iraq and afterwards.[1] Jarrar, along with his family, compiled their blogs into The Iraq War Blog, An Iraqi Family's Inside View of
Guest: Rafael Rodriguez LaVerde
Austin, TX March 5th and 6th, 2014 The Texas Bitcoin Conference will allow attendees to explore this new technology from a host of angles. It will help answer the questions a range of people have about Bitcoin and what it means, to them personally, to their businesses and to the future. The Conference will be organized into three speaking tracks, an exhibit hall in the pit lane garages, an open air networking lobby and a number of additional opportunities. No matter your knowledge level or involvement with Bitcoin, you will feel welcome and come away with valuable information putting you ahead of the curve. See y'all there!
Guest: Randall Wray
Guest: Randy England
Guest: Rassah Murashchik
Community Manager at Mycelium • Senior Financial Analyst with extensive experience in financial modeling, forecasting, budgeting, variance analysis, financial reporting, and financial statements. • A strong background in technology, ranging from established computer sciences and software development, to emerging technologies in fields of computers and engineering. • Strong skills in international cross-cultural communications, with experience in managing international business contracts and communication, as well as vast experience in international culture and norms. • Particular interest in global economics, international finance, and related political climates.
Guest: Ray McGovern
Guest: Ray Stern
Guest: Razi Berry
Razi Berry, Founder and Publisher of Naturopathic Doctor News & Review (ndnr.com) and NaturalPath (thenatpath.com), has spent the last decade as a natural medicine advocate and marketing whiz. She has galvanized and supported the naturopathic community, bringing a higher quality of healthcare to millions of North Americans through her publications. A self proclaimed health-food junkie and mother of two; she loves all things nature, is obsessed with organic gardening, growing fruit trees (not easy in Phoenix), laughing until she snorts, and homeschooling. She is a little bit crunchy and yes, that is her real name.
Guest: Rchard Lambertus
Guest: Rebecca Jeschke
Guest: Reed Jessen
My team and I are also working on a non-profit project to benefit the Bitcoin community. The Cryptocurrency Defense Foundation (CryptoDefense.org) is a newly formed 501(c)(6) non-profit defensive patent aggregator with the mission of limiting the harmful effects of the patent system on the nascent cryptoeconomy. We pool together cryptocurrency related patents and license them openly to everyone who agrees to not use their own patents to sue other community members. Play nice, everyone wins. Be a jerk and we will make life difficult for you.
Guest: Rena Patty
Guest: Renee Houlihan
Guest: Rep. Dennis Kucinich
Guest: Rey Poullard
Founder & Chief Experience Officer Studio Satoshi Haus—Active Entertainment for the Bitcoin Space BIO: A Geographer from Los Angeles, California, Rey co-founded the world’s first radio station created by expatriates for the expatriate community. The innovation continues now as he seeks to help drive cryptocurrency adoption through World Series Of Bitcoin—an immersive, real world, story-driven experience. Rey has lived in Medellin, Colombia for 8 years, and is a graduate of California State University, Fullerton.
Guest: Ricardo Valenzuela
Mexican cattle rancher, libertarian economist, agro investment banker. Extensive experience in areas of commercial, merchant, investment and international banking as former CEO of a large agribusiness bank in Sonora, Mexico; As former CEO of a national bank in Guadalajara, Mexico. As CEO of an offshore investment bank headquarter in Arizona conducting business with Latin America. Fluent in Spanish and English with extensive knowledge of international financial and capital markets, the agriculture markets. An expert in the world"s macroeconomic issues and Latin American political and economic issues. Specialties: Competitive analysis, financing, franchising, mergers and acquisition, investment banking, international capital markets Libertarian economist (ITESM, GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY), a real cowboy and cattle rancher from Sonora, promoter freedom around the world https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherobravo https://libertarianlair.blogspot.com/
Guest: Riccardo Spagni
Riccardo "fluffypony" Spagni (ric@getmonero.org): Based out of South Africa, Riccardo brings a strong business acumen and a deep understanding of cryptocurrency, software development, and cryptography to the table. He has been involved with cryptocurrency-related projects since 2012.
Guest: Richard and Suzanne Andrews
Guest: Richard Fry
Richard D. Fry, Esquire, is General Counsel and a Director of Revitalizing the Second Amendment, a 25-year attorney, a constitutional attorney, and has served as a civil litigation attorney for 15 years. Richard lives in Olathe, Kansas, and is active in his church, community, state, and country. Richard has served as a Legislative intern, a financial analyst for a Fortune 100 company and as a member of C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team), which is part of the National Emergency Preparedness Program. Richard also was elected as Kansas delegate to the Continental Congress in 2009, served as chairman of both the Constitutional Governance and Administrative Processes Committees, and co-authored, the “Articles of Freedom.” Richard is the founder of November Patriots. His efforts were instrumental in the introduction and adoption of the Kansas 10th Amendment Resolution 2009-2010. As co-founder of the Stop Obama Care in Kansas Initiative, Richard’s work resulted in Governor Bro
Guest: Richard Gage, AIA
Guest: Richard Grove
Peace is the way. The Revolution is in between Your Ears. The Peace Revolution Podcast is an Educational Public Service funded by the Subscribers and Benefactors of Tragedy and Hope dot com. Supporting T&H allows Peace Revolution
Guest: Richard Lambertus
Guest: Richard Morris
Guest: Richard Stallman
Richard Matthew Stallman is a software developer and software freedom activist. Born in 1953, he attended Harvard starting in 1970 and graduated in 1974 with a Bachelor of Arts in physics. From September 1974 to June 1975 he was a graduate student in physics at MIT. He worked at the Artificial Intelligence Lab at MIT from 1971 to 1984, learning operating system development by doing it, except for the year he was a graduate student. He wrote the first extensible Emacs text editor there in 1976, and developed the AI technique of dependency-directed backtracking, also known as truth maintenance. In 1983 Stallman announced the project to develop the GNU operating system, a Unix-like operating system meant to be entirely free software, and has been the project's leader ever since. With that announcement he also launched the Free Software Movement. Stallman began working on this project on January 5, 1984, resigning from MIT employment in order to do so. In October 1985 he started t
Guest: Richard Winger
Richard Lee Winger (born August 27, 1943) is an American political activist and analyst. He is the publisher and editor of Ballot Access News. He sits on the editorial board of the Election Law Journal. Winger publishes analysis, statistics and legal information and supports more equitable laws allowing access to the ballot for minor parties. Winger is widely regarded as an expert on ballot access and election law. Though not a lawyer, he testifies in court cases and legislative hearings and is a source for media and political organizers. He has been published in The Wall Street Journal, Journal of Election Law, the Fordham Urban Law Review, American Review of Politics, California Journal and other publications.[14] He has appeared as a commentator on ballot access on NBC, ABC, CNN, and NPR. Since 1985 Winger has published Ballot Access News, a monthly newsletter covering developments in ballot access law and among the minor parties generally.
Guest: Rick Falkvinge
Rick Falkvinge is the founder of the first Pirate Party, and a political evangelist for its ideas of freedoms of speech and expression. In particular, he stresses how industrial interests of the 1900s are fighting the net’s core values, the ability for everybody to publish their ideas and creations, and how these industries drive us towards a Big Brother society. On this platform of civil liberties, his party became the largest in the below-30 demographic in the 2009 European Elections, beating the political competition on less than one percent of their campaign budget. This can be largely attributed to new ways of organizing large numbers of people that he created and applied while leading the party. An entrepreneur at heart, he founded his first company at 16, and has remained a trailblazer since. Because of his successes in cost-effective management and changing policy, he has been named a Top Global Thinker by Foreign Policy magazine, as well as shortlisted as one of the world’s mo
Guest: Rick Fowlkes
Rick Fowlkes, S.E., Structural Engineer Rick Fowlkes, is a structural engineer with over 40 years of experience. He has run his own engineering business in Arizona since 1983. Prior to that, he was a Vice President with prominent engineering firms in the Phoenix area. Fowlkes’ experience includes the design of large structures such as power plants, shopping centers, schools, commercial buildings and other structures.
Guest: Rick Goldsmith
Guest: Rick Johnson
Marble Country is a volunteer group of committed Christians who are united by our love of God and country. Our mission is to put on events designed to bring God-loving, patriotic folks together to celebrate our great American inheritance of liberty, which we believe to be the greatest gift Heaven can bestow. That is what our annual God and Country Celebration is all about. This year our Celebration is jam packed with informative and inspiring plenary sessions for all who love America and are concerned about the direction she is taking. Our focus is on returning power to the local and state levels as we prepare for further breakdown of our economic, political, and even spiritual institutions that have built on the wrong foundation. We also guarantee that the whole family can have a blast as well because we are planning lots of fun activities for all ages. Beautifully situated on the Columbia River in the Selkirk Range of the Rocky Mountains in NE Washington state, we love to share o
Guest: Rick Raddatz
Guest: Rick Rynearson
Guest: Rick Simpson
Rick Simpson is a retired power engineer who worked for 25 years in the medical system in Canada. After suffering a severe head injury in 1997 he took all the medications that the doctors prescribed, but their side effects did nothing but harm. So in desperation he turned to the use of cannabis extracts, which he produced himself and quickly found that he had discovered the greatest natural medicine on earth. After learning the truth about the amazing healing abilities of these extracts, he then went to everyone in authority to have its use recognised once more, but found that in reality those who control our lives, wanted to keep the truth hidden from public view. Having no where else to turn, he then made this knowledge public and since that time countless individuals world wide have used his information to cure or control illnesses for which our current medical systems have no solution. Rick Simpson was giving the oil away from free, since he was growing plants in his own
Guest: Rico Giron
Guest: Rob Hinojosa
Guest: Rob Hudelson
Guest: Rob Lazzarotto
Hello and welcome to Tonopah Rob’s Vegetable Farm website. Thirty-eight years ago, I picked up gardening as a hobby, a pastime that eventually led me to the challenge of farming the desert. I have lived in Tonopah, Arizona, the home of my all-natural fruit and vegetable farm for the past fourteen years. My property is a small five-acre farm. Originally, the intent was to farm using purely organic methods. Unfortunately, though, as large corporations and the federal government became involved with organic certification, small farmers such as me were being priced out of getting the “certified organic” label. A small farm must now pay between $400 and $1,400 per crop for certification, annual fees, plus the cost of the inspection which includes travel expenses for the inspector. Growing everything myself, the produce sold at my farm stand is chemical-free and better than organic. I use NO pesticides of any kind, NO insecticides, ZERO antibiotics, NO chemical fertilizers, and absolut
Guest: Robert
A bit about Journalistic Revolution: The Journalistic Revolution began on August 26th, 2012 as the simple dream of two men: To provide a wide variety of content related to the topic of human freedom that the mainstream media wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot pole. What started off as a simple radio show has now begun to blossom into a full-fledged content provider, putting out YouTube videos ranging from lighthearted to serious, offering a regular podcast, and even producing full-length documentaries. So if you, like us, feel that the pendulum of human society has swung itself too far from the ideals of Liberty espoused by men like Patrick Henry, Frederic Bastiat, Lysander Spooner, Henry David Thoreau, and a myriad of others, then join us by spreading the word and supporting our content! Long live the (Journalistic) Revolution.
Guest: Robert and Yvonne Hardy
Countryside Reunion Information Thank you for the interest you have expressed in the Countryside reunion. I hope this helps you to know what to expect and hope you are able to come. Location information: Our homestead, The Poor Farm, is in southwestern IN about 10 miles south of Interstate 64 at exit #57 (US Hwy 231 S). Call for specific directions. Be cautious of trying to follow a map, since just last spring they opened up the new US HWY 231 through this county which does not run the same way as the old one. Who we are: We are a couple whose children have all grown. We live on 20 acres with the majority of it being woods. We call our home The Poor Farm. Robert operates a sawmill. I work as a nurse. We have about 5000 sq ft of organic (not certified) garden, fruit trees, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, rhubarb, asparagus, herb beds, horseradish, grapes, etc. We raise chemical-free grass-fed beef cows on nearby acreage we own. We have a few rental
Guest: Robert Anderson
Palo Verde Nuclear Fuel Supervisor
Guest: Robert Clarke
Robert Clarke is a twenty-one year old college student studying Business Intelligence. He is co-founder and Director of Campaigns for the Libertarian Youth Caucus. He also is the Pennsylvania Social Media Coordinator for Governor Gary Johnson's Non-Profit Political Advocacy group Our America Initiative.
Guest: Robert David
Guest: Robert Fernandes
Robert Fernandes Founder of Lemonade Freedom Day IT Manager and Father of three children. website: lemonadefreedom.com video of Lemonade Freedom Day 2013 - Philadelphia : http://youtu.be/pxzodWgJkcc
Guest: Robert Kramer
Guest: Robert Lee
https://www.facebook.com/mentalman
Guest: Robert Mathias
Robert Mathias moved to Manchester, New Hampshire from Chicago for the Free State Project in January of 2014. He runs a successful YouTube vlog on his Voluntarist Rebel channel. The issues that are important to Robert are personal freedom and self-governance. As part of being an early mover, Robert’s passion is to document what life is like among early movers in a hope that it will inspire others to move early or at the very least sign the pledge in hopes to trigger the move.
Guest: Robert Mazur
Author of "The Infiltrator: My Secret Life Inside the Dirty Banks Behind Pablo Escobar's Medellin Cartel"
Guest: Robert Murphy
Robert P. Murphy has a PhD in economics from New York University. After teaching for three years at Hillsdale College, he entered the financial sector working for Laffer Investments, where he performed client research and helped maintain investment portfolios. Murphy is now the president of Consulting By RPM. He has written numerous books explaining economics to the layperson, including *Lessons for the Young Economist* and *The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism*.
Guest: Robert Naiman
Robert Naiman is Policy Director at Just Foreign Policy. Mr. Naiman edits the Just Foreign Policy daily news summary and writes on U.S. foreign policy at Huffington Post. He is president of the board of Truthout. Naiman has worked as a policy analyst and researcher at the Center for Economic and Policy Research and Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch. He has masters degrees in economics and mathematics from the University of Illinois and has studied and worked in the Middle East. You can contact him here.
Guest: Robert Podolsky
Guest: Robert Weil
Guest: Rodney Rouzan
Guest: Rodolfo Novak
CEO and founder of Coinkite the leading bitcoin wallet with multi-signature, bank-grade security, developer's API and hardcore privacy.
Guest: Roger Stone
Roger Stone is a seasoned political operative and pundit and a veteran of nine presidential campaigns, the latest being Donald Trump. He also served as a senior campaign aide to three Republican presidents. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ, as well as The Clintons’ War on Women. He lives in South Florida. 
Guest: Roger Ver
Guest: Rogue Herbalist
Guest: Ron Gould
Home City: Lake Havasu City Occupation: Business Owner Member Since: 2005 Elected to the Arizona State Senate in November of 2004, Sen. Ron Gould brings to the Senate previous political experience from his public service as a Councilman from Lake Havasu City. In addition, for the past 20 years, he has been a small business owner of an air conditioning and heating company since 1984. Ron is a conservative particularly interested in limited government, increasing personal freedom, and increasing personal responsibility. He has been named Chairman of the Ethics Committee, and serves on the Appropriations and Finance Committees. In addition to being a political advocate, Ron is an avid reader and enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including; motor cycling, horse back riding, boating, water skiing, and gardening. Ron was raised in Orange County, California, but moved to Arizona in 1995 in pursuit of a better quality of life and lower taxes. He brought with him his wife, Ja
Guest: Ron Helwig
Guest: Ron Neil
Born in Texas in 1951. Dad was career Air Force pilot. Raised Christian fundamentalist. Graduated University of Texas, BBA Management. Served three years Army in El Paso, Texas. Married with two boys and two grandchildren. Dad was a Chapter Leader of the John Birch Society. Operated several businesses: Home Insulation Landscaping Hair Styling Shop "Pitch man"... sold Shamis at Home Shows, Boat Shows, Flea Markets. I consider myself a Jesusonian and believe in eternal life. I am anarcho-capitalist like Larken Rose, Lew Rockwell, Tom Woods.
Guest: Ron Weeden
Guest: Rosa Koire
Rosa Koire is a forensic commercial real estate appraiser specializing in eminent domain valuation. Her twenty-eight year career as an expert witness on land use has culminated in exposing the impacts of Sustainable Development on private property rights and individual liberty. In 2005 she was elected to a citizens' oversight committee in Santa Rosa, Northern California, to review a proposed 1,300 acre redevelopment project in which 10,000 people live and work. Her research into the documents justifying the plans led her, with her partner Kay Tokerud, to challenge the fraudulent basis for the huge Gateways Redevelopment Project. The City, in an attempt to block Koire from exposing the project, removed the neighborhood in which Koire and Tokerud's properties were located from the redevelopment area. Koire and Tokerud fought on, however, not wanting to abandon the thousands of business and property owners still in the area. They formed a business and property owners associat
Guest: Ross Edwards
Guest: Ruben Alexander
Ruben Alexander began as a bitcoin blogger in 2011 and became a writer at Bitcoin Magazine in 2013. He was recently chosen to be Editor-In-Chief this spring and has published issues that discuss the relationship between Bitcoin and Art, the Ukraine conflict, and the most recent issue is for people who are new to Bitcoin.
Guest: Ruben Salinas
Ruben Salinas is a medical technology investor and entrepreneur, Harvard MBA, certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, martial artist, shooter, diver, pilot and aspiring EMT. For the last 20 years he has sought for “the difference that makes the difference” in human performance and in the process has “biohacked” his own body and brain achieving truly remarkable results in each. Ruben lost 45 pounds and went from being nearly obese at 24% of body fat to 14%. He did this without counting calories or working out excessively, by eating mostly fat and only working out 2 to 3 times per week for no more than 20-36 minutes per session. He almost doubled his strength and maximized his endurance achieving a resting heart rate of 49 beats per minute – close to that of top athletes without dedicating significant amounts of time or energy to the process. He also improved his short-term memory and increased his IQ by more than 13 points…all while requiring no more than 6 hours
Guest: Ryan Gilbert
Picture Ryan Gilbert graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law and practices in Gainesville, Florida at Dell Graham, P.A. in the area of commercial litigation. After first learning about Bitcoin and the blockchain technology, he became fascinated by how these innovations will fundamentally change the way people transact with one another. Like it was with the advent of the internet, businesses and industries will inevitably be transformed as people unlock the potential in these new technologies. Ryan has been married to his high-school sweetheart since 2007, and they are still in the "honeymoon stage." They are blessed to have two small children and a couple dogs. When he's not podcasting or lawyering, Ryan likes to make music and grow vegetables—but he's never been accused of being good at either. Contact Ryan via Twitter, @thebtclawyer, or by email to ryan@thebtclawyer.com.
Guest: Ryan McDermott
Member of HeatSync Labs (A local hackerspace community)
Guest: Ryan Mott
LOVEvolutionary activist since 2007
Guest: Ryan Taylor
Creative supporter of humanity, front-end developer and livestreamer. Always exploring and connecting to help catalyze grassroots movements and promote free speech for everyone.
Guest: Sal Martin
Guest: Sam Husseini
Founder of WashingtonStakeout.com and Communications Director for the Institute for Public Accuracy
Guest: Sam Patterson
Sam Patterson is the operations lead on the OpenBazaar project and is a co-founder of OB1, the company helping to build OpenBazaar. He's written about Bitcoin and other emerging decentralized technologies which give people more freedom in their lives.
Guest: Sam Sandmel
Guest: Sameer Dossani
ActionAid is a global movement of people working together to further human rights and defeat poverty for all.
Guest: Sanjiv Bhattacharya
Guest: Sarah Blincoe
Sarah Blincoe is the Project Manager of The Bit Drop. Sarah as an active artist, entrepreneur and humanitarian has interlaced freedom, peace and passion with decentralization. An initiator and go-getter, Sarah has taken the reigns of The Bit Drop and is actively sponsorship companies who are looking to partake in the largest proof of concept for Bitcoin.
Guest: Sarah Sandy
Guest: Sarara Corva
Sarara Corva, Medical Marijuana Education Expert, has been active in alternative health and non-traditional healing modalities for many years, as a massage therapist, a breast cancer patient in 2011 and a full time student of the marijuana industry, specifically marijuana as medicine since 2010. It was through a variety of alternative healing modalities that she cured herself of cancer and became committed to sharing information with others interested in learning different ways to do the same. She founded a non-profit organization in 2011 called, iCANhealNOW Foundation, with the mission of helping people understand their healing choices. Since that time she has been actively doing Pro Bono consultations, most often working with cancer patients to help them determine an integrative approach to their treatments. Sarara clearly believes in and understands the curative powers of Cannabis as one of many options a patient ought to have the right to use for their healing. Sarara’s main are
Guest: Satoshi Roundtable
Welcome to the Satoshi Roundtable. Satoshi Roundtable is sold out for this year. You are welcome to send a request to be placed on a wait list for an invite — but it’s very, very limited space and even if you are a great person with many accomplishments in Bitcoin and lots of passion we just won’t likely be able to invite you. We apologize in advance. What is Satoshi Roundtable? It’s a small group of people involved in crypto currency and Bitcoin – CEOs, early adopters etc. who meet for a private retreat. Dates Feb 6-8. Carribean Island Resort. Limited to 50 members. If you’d like to be put on a list to be considered for an invite if space is available, please email us with a bit about who you are and why you’d like to participate. Apologies in advance if you don’t hear back. We are very sorry but the Roundtable is invitation only and extremely limited in space. Invites are a function of space available. Confirmed attendees for 2015 include: Steve Bea
Guest: Saul Landau
Saul Landau, an internationally-known scholar, author, commentator, and filmmaker on foreign and domestic policy issues. Landau’s most widely praised achievements are the over forty films he has produced on social, political and historical issues, and worldwide human rights, for which he won the Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award, the George Polk Award for Investigative Reporting, and the First Amendment Award, as well as an Emmy for “Paul Jacobs and the Nuclear Gang.” In 2008, the Chilean government presented him withthe Bernardo O’Higgins Award for his human rights work. Landau has written fourteen books including a book of poems, “My Dad Was Not Hamlet.” He received an Edgar Allen Poe Award for Assassination on Embassy Row, a report on the 1976 murders of Chilean Ambassador Orlando Letelier and his colleague, Ronni Moffitt. His 2011 film, WILL THE REAL TERRORIST PLEASE STAND UP covers 50 years of US-Cuba relations and features interviews with leading anti-Castro terrorists living i
Guest: Scott Bieser
Guest: Scott Decker
Scott H. Decker, PhD, is Foundation Professor and Director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University at the Downtown Campus. He earned the Ph.D. in Criminology from Florida State University. His research interests include criminal justice policy, gangs, violence, and juvenile justice. His most recent book, International Handbook of Juvenile Justice will be published by Spring in September, 2006.
Guest: Scott Horton
Guest: Scott McConnell
Scott McConnell is a founding editor of The American Conservative. He is a former neoconservative, has been editorial page editor of the New York Post and holds a Phd in history from Columbia University.
Guest: Sean Daley
Sean is a former Canadian criminal defence lawyer based in Toronto, Canada. His practise focused on alternative online payment systems for internet gambling. He was an earlier adopter and promoter of digital gold currencies in the late 90's. More recently, Sean has traded gold and silver futures and options. Currently he is in Month 2 of beta with SilentVault.com. SilentVault is a multi-cryptocurrency p2p wallet that includes a digital asset exchange and a marketplace. VIDEO LOOP: https://twitter.com/paesean http://silentvault.com/tiki-index.php
Guest: Sean Turzanski
Guest: Seth King
Guest: Sewart Rhodes
Stewart is the founder and President of Oath Keepers. He was born in Fresno, CA and comes from a family of hard working migrant farm workers (of Mexican and Apache Indian decent) on his mother’s side, and hard working Midwest farmers, horsemen, and GM auto workers on his father’s side. Both sides of his family have a long tradition of military service. During WWII his Grandfather on his mother’s side was a B-17 ball turret belly gunner, and his Grandfather on his father’s side of the family served as an Army infantryman in the Battle of the Bulge. Nearly all of his uncles on both sides of the family served in the Army or Marine Corps during WWII, Korea, and Vietnam, and his father served as a Marine. Following the family tradition, Stewart joined the Army straight out of high school at age eighteen, attending Basic, AIT and Jump School at Ft. Benning, GA and then serving as a paratrooper (11B1P Airborne Infantry) stationed first at Ft. Bragg, NC and then at Ft. Lewis, WA, where he s
Guest: Shahid Buttar
Shahid Buttar, executive director, leads the Bill of Rights Defense Committee and the People’s Campaign for the Constitution (PCC) in our efforts to defend civil liberties, constitutional rights, and rule of law principles threatened by the war on terror. Previously director of a national program to combat racial and religious profiling by federal authorities, an associate director of the American Constitution Society, and a litigator in private practice with a public interest docket, Buttar received his J.D. from Stanford Law School in 2003, where he served as executive editor of the Stanford Environmental Law Journal and as Professor Lawrence Lessig’s teaching assistant for Constitutional Law. Buttar’s comments have been featured by news outlets including The Washington Post, The New York Times, USA Today, CNN, al-Jazeera, FOX News, Agence-France Presse, Huffington Post, Truthout, Democracy Now!, and many others, including dozens of radio stations around the country. In additio
Guest: Shane Krauser
Shane Krauser is the director of the American Academy for Constitutional Education, a radio talk show host, an adjunct professor of constitutional law, an NRA firearms instructor, and an experienced trial attorney. He is the author of ”Your Nation to Save” and “What is Freedom? Is it for You?” and is a widely sought-after speaker throughout the United States. He also works with Life Leadership, an organization that is dedicated to fighting the cultural war through providing better information that one won’t get through the mainstream media.
Guest: Sharleen B.
Guest: Shawn Dow
Guest: Shawn House
Guest: Shawn Wilkinson
Lead Developer, Storj Founder and lead developer of the Storj project. I received received my BS in Computer Science from Morehouse College. I've been involved with Bitcoin since about 2012, and have been doing Bitcoin development work since mid 2013. Some things I've worked on: Bitcoin Core Development, Peercoin Web Lead, Primecoin Web Lead, Armory Guide, as well as a freelancer for many other projects. Lover of all things crypto, and trying to decentralize everything.
Guest: Sheila Dean
Guest: Sheldon Richman
Sheldon Richman is vice president of The Future of Freedom Foundation and editor of FFF's monthly journal, Future of Freedom. For 15 years he was editor of The Freeman, published by the Foundation for Economic Education in Irvington, New York. He is the author of FFF's award-winning book Separating School & State: How to Liberate America's Families; Your Money or Your Life: Why We Must Abolish the Income Tax; and Tethered Citizens: Time to Repeal the Welfare State. Calling for the abolition, not the reform, of public schooling. Separating School & State has become a landmark book in both libertarian and educational circles. In his column in the Financial Times, Michael Prowse wrote: "I recommend a subversive tract, Separating School & State by Sheldon Richman of the Cato Institute, a Washington think tank... . I also think that Mr. Richman is right to fear that state education undermines personal responsibility..." Sheldon's articles on economic policy, education, civil liberties, Amer
Guest: Sherif Gaber
Gaber recently graduated from law school at the University of Texas at Austin and, back in his native Egypt, has been active with the group No Military Trials for Civilians.
Guest: Sheriff Richard Mack
The questions are: Can we save America? And Will enough people get involved and dedicate themselves to make this dream a reality? The answers lie within our grasp and come from the foundation of our country. The principles are embodied within the Declaration of Independence and outlined in the Constitution.Yes, America is in deep, deep trouble. The good news is that there is hope and my victory at the U S Supreme Court proves that it only takes a few to stand to make monumental changes. We do not have to stand by and watch while America is destroyed from within. If our counties, cities, and states and all local officers keep their oaths to protect us from tyranny, we can win this battle to take our country back.
Guest: Shondean Coochise
Guest: Sibel Edmonds
Guest: Sierra Hancock
Producer - Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock
Guest: Simon Black
Guest: Skip
Inspired partly by Bob Anderson's aquaponics set up, Skip comes on the show to talk about his aquaponics system.
Guest: Sky Conway
Guest: Slavko Martinov
Filmmaker, Writer, Activist - produced, directed, wrote the movie Propaganda, A North Korean documentary on Western propaganda (2012)
Guest: Soren Ambrose
Guest: Sovereign Curtis
Sovereign Curtis’s story involves multiple instances of peaceful civil disobedience on behalf of New Hampshire liberty activists. It begins during the Free State Project’s 2010 Liberty Forum in Nashua, New Hampshire. During the Liberty Forum, approximately 100 activists gathered with signs in Nashua’s Railroad Square for a “420 celebration.” Some smoked cannabis openly, peacefully protesting the unjust laws that cause more than 800,000 arrests each year in the US. Passersby honked and waved. However, the peaceful celebration was interrupted when undercover employees of the Nashua police department arrested a 17-year-old man, Lewis Labitue, one of the only black people in the crowd. Multiple video cameras captured the scene as Labitue was handcuffed and placed in the back of an unmarked police car. However, the undercover police officers were delayed in taking Louis to his awaiting cage because several brave activists stood or sat in front of police cars. The following week, a
Guest: Special Guest
Guest: Stacy Litz
Guest: Stanislav Shalunov
Stanislav Shalunov is an internet engineer with mathematics background. Stas designed and implemented the congestion control scheme LEDBAT now used by BitTorrent and responsible for a significant portion of the Internet's traffic. LEDBAT emerged from Stas's work at Internet2, where he also conducted research on net neutrality and Quality of Service (QoS) that formed the basis of the Internet2Senate testimony on net neutrality. Stas brings deep thought leadership to Open Garden.
Guest: Starchild
Guest: Stefan Molyneux
Guest: Stephan Kinsella
Stephan Kinsella author of "Against Intellectual Property" and who "caused a worldwide rethinking among libertarians of the very basis of intellectual property. Mises had warned against patents, and Rothbard did too. But Kinsella goes much further to argue that the very existence of patents are contrary to a free market, and adds in here copyrights and trademarks too. They all use the state to create artificial scarcities of non-scarce goods and employ coercion in a way that is contrary to property rights and the freedom of contract."
Guest: Stephanie Murphy
Guest: Stephanie Seneff
Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. She received the B.S. degree in Biophysics in 1968, the M.S. and E.E. degrees in Electrical Engineering in 1980, and the Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in 1985, all from MIT. For over three decades, her research interests have always been at the intersection of biology and computation: developing a computational model for the human auditory system, understanding human language so as to develop algorithms and systems for human computer interactions, as well as applying natural language processing (NLP) techniques to gene predictions. She has published over 170 refereed articles on these subjects, and has been invited to give keynote speeches at several international conferences. She has also supervised numerous Master's and PhD theses at MIT. In 2012, Dr. Seneff was elected Fellow of the International Speech and Communication Association (ISCA).
Guest: Stephen Lemons
Author Phoenix NewTimes
Guest: Stephen Lendman
Guest: Stephen Macaskill
Amagi Metals' mission: Simplify the buying process of precious metals and illuminate the importance of financial responsibility and sound money.
Guest: Stephen Macaskill
Stephen Macaskill founded and operates The Bitcoin Store, the only merchandise store for cryptocurrency enthusiasts. He serves as the President of the Blockchain Association of New Zealand, an initiative that facilitates networking, learning, and advancing blockchain technology in NZ. Stephen also consults on the application of open-source technology to financial systems. Stephen has a decade of experience in precious metals and financial markets. He recently sold his precious metal business, Amagi Metals, after pioneering integrating cryptocurrencies in the precious metals industry. Amagi was the first of its kind to accept bitcoin and generated more bitcoin sales in a three year period than any other retailer. Stephen is also an Alumni Board Member of the Foundation for Economic Education, an organization dedicated to the education of Austrian Economics. He has made presentations across the US on the topics of bitcoin, blockchain technology, financial markets, and individual libert
Guest: Stephen Rouke
Guest: Sterling Allan
Directory of Tesla technologies and other advanced devices that move us away from fossil fuels and other planet-depleting energy sources, and toward abundance of 'free energy' that extracts inexhaustible power, such as solar, wind, geothermal, but also the less conventional sources such as zero point energy, cold fusion, magnet motors, etc.
Guest: Steve Cohn
9/11/2011 - Volunteer activist for Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth since 9/11/2011 aka the 10 yr anniversary. Spent 2 years as the College Outreach Team Leader for AE911Truth. Stepped back from that in order to focus my attention raising awareness for 9/11 truth here at ASU. 2013 - Successfully found students and a faculty member to form the 9/11 Studies & Outreach Club at ASU Successful outreach events by 9/11 STudies & Outreach Club at ASU 9/11/2013 - Movie night on campus 9/11 Explosive Evidence: Experts Speak Out with 30 people in attendance. No. 2013 - Marched in the ASU Homecoming Parade with signs and banners Dec. 2013 - ASU's student paper the State Press ran a feature article on our club. We were misquoted and the article itself was not proofread. Jan 2014 - student-produced research report on the Free Fall Collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 distributed to over 100 ASU faculty & staff in fields like Physics, Engineering, Architecture, Mat
Guest: Steve Elswick
TESLA TECHNOLOGY! Advanced Energy Concepts/Devices, Magnetic Motors, Health Supplements, Alternative Medicine, other previously SUPPRESSED information are our specialties!
Guest: Steve Hempfling
Guest: Steve Meunier
Guest: Steve Miller
Steve Miller, a former Las Vegas City Councilman, former Clark County Regional Transportation Commissioner, Chairman Emeritus of Goodwill Industries of Southern Nevada, and President Emeritus of Opportunity Village, a charity, has been writing about guardianship fraud for over ten years. One of his stories prompted a television ad in a highly charged political race in Nevada. The story is about a "guardian" Jared E. Shafer who is being sued for "embezzling" $420,000.00 from a 95 year old former "ward" by his daughter. Guadalupe Olvera was a WWII veteran; fortunately his daughter was warned to get her father out of Nevada by any means in the dead of night. Shafer came after her and the person who helped her in a legal fight to avoid relinquishing control by claiming the daughter “kidnapped” her father. Olvera’s daughter wrote to Catherine Cortez Masto in December 2011, asking for help terminating the guardianship relationship. When the family pleaded directly with then Attorney Ge
Guest: Steve Neil
Guest: Steve Thomas
I'm a aircraft structures mechanic and property manager by trade. my interests are learning as much as I can about Austrian economics and a voluntary based society, to free myself from past assumed knowledge and replace it with contradiction free logic. In doing this I have been much less emotionally attached to any ideas that I hold. lately I've been working on strengthening my weak points such as public speaking,this book (The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rose) is my first step in that. In 2008 I was a hard core conservative Republican and Supported Mike Huckabee, no I am not proud of that. I think Tom woods was my foot in the door of freeing my mind. My cousin was also a strong influance he is a very well read independent person. From there it was like falling off a cliff into such people as Stefan Molyneux, Doug Casey, Adam Kokesh, Jeff Berwick, Bob Murphy, Marc Stevens, Prof CJ's podcast and of course Larken Rose.
Guest: Steven Hochberg
Guest: Steven Zeigler
Guest: Steven Zeiler
Guest: Stewart Rhodes
Guest: Stu Krone
Guest: Stuart Vener
Guest: Susan Lindauer
Guest: Susan Marie Weber
Guest: Susan Wilson
Guest: Susanne Dahlgren
Susanne Dahlgren, PhD in Anthropology, Univ. of Helsinki, the University of Edinburgh and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Post-doctoral fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies (2005-2008) with research project Spatial Moralities, Islam and the Public Sphere in the Middle East as part of the Academy of Finland research project “Making a Good Muslim. Contested Fields of Religious Normativity in the Age of Global Islam”. 2008 -2013 Academy of Finland Research Fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies with the project ”Rights in Law and at Home. Islamic Shari'a as Formal and Informal Legal Practice”. Publications include Contesting Realities. The Public Sphere and Morality in Southern Yemen. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press (2010); Nuorison vallankumous [Youth revolution in Yemen]. Ydin (Finnish peace journal), no. 1, March 2011, pp. 12-13; The Snake with a Thousand Heads. The Southern Cause in Yemen. Middle East Repor
Guest: Susanne Trimbath
Susanne Trimbath, Ph.D. is CEO and Chief Economist of STP Advisory Services. Dr. Trimbath’s credits include appearances on national television and radio programs and the Emmy® Award nominated Bloomberg report Phantom Shares. Dr. Trimbath served as a Technical Advisor to the California Economic Strategy Panel and Associate Professor of Finance and Business Economics at University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. Dr. Trimbath was formerly Senior Research Economist at the Milken Institute and Senior Advisor on the Russian capital markets project for KPMG.
Guest: Suzanne Taylor
Guest: Switchblade
Guest: Sylvia Satori
Local Activist on March Against Monsanto
Guest: Tarrin Lupo
Guest: Tatiana Moroz
My name is Tatiana, & I’m a singer-songwriter. When it’s late, & I realize that there is truly nothing or no one to save me but myself, I pick up my guitar. I pour everything into the music, & it really does make everything all better (pardon the cliché). Music is my best friend. I grew up in North Jersey & I started singing when I was 10. I always knew I wanted to perform. I loved words, & grew up listening to Phantom of the Opera, Cat Stevens, Carly Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, & Madonna. Even though I wasn’t the coolest kid on the block, when I went to Poland I was a rock star. One summer I was at a camp there, & people literally crowded around the cabin chanting, “We want the American girl!” over & over. It left quite an impression on me. Back in NJ, my social life blossomed. I performed in the school choir & musicals, & I took guitar lessons. I listened to Nirvana, Bob Dylan, Guns & Roses, Fiona Apple, Jewel, Alanis Morissette, the Indigo Girls, the Beatles, Doors, & Janis
Guest: Ted Downing
Guest: Teresa Warmke
Co-Founder and Treasurer of FR33Aid
Guest: Terri Bressi
* U.S. Coast Guard, Quartermaster, Marine Science Technician, 1986-1991 * UA, BS Physics & Astronomy, 1992-1997 * UA - Lunar & Planetary Lab, Electronics Tech, 1993-1997 * UA - Lunar & Planetary Lab, Engineer, 1997-Present
Guest: Terry Brock
Terry Brock is a meeting planner’s dream choice! He is fun, entertaining, has presentations that are packed with relevant information — and he’s a joy to work with for professional meetings! He has worked with professionals from organizations in many different fields including real estate, accounting, architecture, banking, sales, marketing, computers and others. He is a speaker in demand because of his practical, easy-to-understand manner and style. He travels enough so that he is single-handedly keeping two major airlines in business! He has now accumulated enough frequent flier miles to go to NEPTUNE (!) and back! Here are some organizations to which Terry has presented: Marriott Corporation Wells Fargo AT&T The Coca-Cola Company Skype Wachovia FTD National Association of Realtors Re/Max IBM Microsoft Century 21 Columbus Life Insurance Company National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Chevron
Guest: Terry Floyd
I've purchased a Lamassu Bitcoin vending machine and am working on regulatory compliance challenges to introduce it to small businesses to help customers obtain bitcoin and use them at the merchant's Point of Sale.
Guest: Terry Holdbrooks
Terry Colin Holdbrooks Jr. was born on July 7, 1983, to Kelly and Terry Holdbrooks. He was raised in Phoenix, Arizona with his biological parents until the age of seven, when they separated. He then went on to live with his grandparents in Scottsdale, Arizona. He went to Saguaro High School, and graduated in 2001, after which he went to the Conservatory of Recording Arts. In August 2002, Terry enlisted in the US Army. Terry was deployed to Guantanamo Bay detention camp (GTMO) in June 2003 where his work with the detainees led to him accepting Islam.[1] He has written a book entitled Traitor? which discuses his time in GTMO and what he saw and did.[2] He is an advocate of closing GTMO and relinquishing the land back to Cuba. He left GTMO in 2004 and was discharged from the Army in October 2005 for "personality disorder".[2] Upon returning home, Terry began his further education and gained a degree from Arizona State University in sociology.
Guest: Terry Nelson
Retired Customs and Border Protection Aviation/Marine Group Supervisor Terry L. Nelson Customs and Border Protection Aviation/Marine Group Supervisor, Dept. of Homeland Security (Ret.) "After drugs are legalized, we can then begin to educate our population how to best deal with drug problems." Terry L. Nelson Terry Nelson's law-enforcement career spanned three decades. It included service in the US Border Patrol, the US Customs Service, and the Department of Homeland Security, taking him beyond the US borders into Mexico, Central America, and South America. In various capacities, he acquired first-hand knowledge of the war on drugs through his direct involvement with counter-narcotics missions. He labored with distinction, even receiving special Congressional recognition for his work. "But," he says, "as the 'War on Drugs' went on and on, I never saw any visible progress - and only limited discussion about the lack of progress. Something was wrong with this picture." Terr
Guest: The Simpleton of Project SAFE
My purpose for establishing this site is to provide an additional platform to inform, interest, foster and expand the community surrounding the SAFE Network, and to be an on-ramp for network users (hopefully just one of many such on-ramps). Besides all that, it’s just plain fun! While I intend to maintain ultimate control of the site for the time being, it is hoped that other’s might find it an outlet for their own creative urges in the same direction and make submissions for inclusion here. (see For Content Contributors) The broader purpose is the same as that of the SAFE Network itself: to make it possible for everyone to have secure access to an internet system which fosters privacy, security and freedom in its basic design. If this can be accomplished in any real measure, it is a really, really big deal. From all I’ve been able to determine, the prospects look very, very good. But even if we somehow fail to make it this time, the purpose is worthy and should be pursued un
Guest: Theresa Hancock
Activist who has been following the Malheur Refuge situation comes on the show to provide and update after the situation took a turn for the worst. From Oath Keepers: UPDATE January 26th, 2016 Reports of a convoy headed from the Burns Municipal Airport out to the Malheur Refuge, video screenshots below. Expect a cordon to be put into place. Screen Shot 2016-01-27 at 12.44.37 AMScreen Shot 2016-01-27 at 12.42.00 AM — This evening, the FBI made a felony stop on a vehicle carrying Ammon Bundy and several other individuals. After gun fire from the FBI, four individuals were reportedly taken into custody, including Ammon Bundy. Two individuals are reported to have been taken to the Burns hospital, which is currently on lock down. FBI sources stated that those at the Refuge are currently free to leave unimpeded, implying that there might be action if they do not leave immediately. UPDATES: 1811L: Blaine Cooper has reportedly
Guest: Thomas Costanza
Guest: Thomas DiLorenzo
Guest: Thomas Ferguson
Guest: Thomas Woods
Guest: Tiffany Ferguson
Tiffany Ferguson is a freshman in college majoring in digital filmmaking. She created the youtube channel "Socially Unacceptable" as an outlet for her political commentary. She hopes to encourage people, young and old, to seek information outside of the sphere of mainstream media and to be brave enough to speak their opinions, even on controversial subjects.
Guest: Tim Baker
Daniel Brown is the Editor-in-Chief of YouMeAndBTC.com where he hosts a weekly Bitcoin and liberty podcast. He also works for Liberty.me where they call him the Everything Elf and he writes for Amagi Metals' Free Market News blog. Tim Baker is a Pittsburgh native who spends most of his time on the YMB podcast
Guest: Tim Frey
Guest: Tim Picciott
The Libertarian Advisor is a: Wealth Advisor with his CFP®, Entrepreneur, IRONMAN® Triathlete, Recognized Hero and Libertarian who wants to make America a better place for his daughters. Dramatic Open Water Rescue and CPR revival by the Libertarian Advisor The Libertarian Advisor uses his passion and strong knowledge of Finance, Austrian Economics, Monetary History, Geo-Politics and Small Government ideals; to wake people to the corrupt system they are currently consenting to. This site is interested in exposing: the false left-right paradigm, media double standards, lying politicians, while investigating the money angle behind the important issues. Strong emphasis on Libertarian not Liberaltarian “America needs a Financial Plan”- The Libertarian Advisor 2016-10-02_10-46-04 The CFP® board does not endorse or recommend any of The Libertarian Advisor’s work and they have no affiliation or endorsement’s with this page or any other pages associated with
Guest: Tim Pickens
Tim Pickens serves as Bigelow Aerospace Propulsion Department Manager. Since 1999, the mission of Bigelow Aerospace, based in North Las Vegas, has been to provide affordable destinations for national space agencies and corporate clients. Tim is leading from Huntsville, Alabama, the development of future Bigelow propulsion systems. Tim most recently served as Vice President of Propulsion for Moon Express, a privately funded lunar transportation and data services company. Prior to that, he served as Commercial Space Advisor and Chief Propulsion Engineer for Huntsville-based Dynetics. Tim founded Orion Propulsion, a Huntsville aerospace company, in 2004 and sold it to Dynetics in 2009 after growing it to a 40-employee, $6.4 million business. Within five years, Orion had received multiple Small Business awards and become AS9100 certified to build man-rated flight hardware. Before founding Orion, Tim worked for small hardware-rich aerospace companies in Huntsville, as well as serving
Guest: Tim Ralston
Guest: Timothy Ball
BIOGRAPHY Timothy F Ball Ph.D. Phone 250-380-7784 205-27 Songhees Road Victoria BC Canada V9A-7M6 Email: timothyball@shaw.ca Education: BA (Honours), University of Winnipeg MA University of Manitoba Ph.D., (Doctor of Science) University of London England Profile: • Extensive science background in climatology, especially the reconstruction of past climates and the impact of climate change on human history and the human condition. • Additional experience in water resources and areas of sustainable development, pollution prevention, environmental regulations, the impact of government policy on business and economics. • Chair of provincial boards on water management, environmental issues and sustainable development. • Research Fellow for The George Morris Centre and Board member of Agriculture in the Classroom for the province of BC. • Extensive public speaking experience and presentations to professional societies, business co
Guest: Timsk Coomber
Tim Coomber (Artist/Writer/Poet) in Scotland currently building n99 an APP for the SAFEnetwork "a fully decentralized platform on which application developers can build decentralized applications the community for all those who want to interchange and network in a secure and constructive way without effect or control of government. Host of LIFE IS PEOPLE a video podcast run through Google Hangout where with co-host R.W. Martin (Filmmaker/Rapper-Producer/Writer) from Ohio, USA weave an open forum style interview session with some of today's rising artists, performers, producers, and free thinkers from all over the world. We fly the fly for Maidsafe / SAFEnetwork / n99. In a sense, we gather smart, creative, hard-working, open-minded people in a room and just let them talk about anything and everything ranging from philosophy to Anarchy to politics to religion to art, music, drawing, film, performing live, community, respect, love, empathy, the past, the future, robots, science, meta
Guest: Tina Cook
Director for the Independent Expenditure Ministry and MP in the Mid Atlantic Super State 4th Circuit.
Guest: Tisha Casida
Tisha Casida, a lifelong Coloradan, was baptized in the Arkansas River and raised on a small farm in Vineland, Colorado. She went on to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS), where she studied business and political science, graduating with a dual major in 2005. After returning to southern Colorado, she pursued her Masters in Business Administration from Colorado State University-Pueblo, graduating and starting her own small business – That’s Natural! Marketing & Consulting. She also has her Colorado real estate license that now hangs with The Land Company.
Guest: Tom Cryer
Guest: Tom Denham
Tom Denham has been providing market analysis for Elliott Wave International for more than 11 years, covering multiple markets including metals, European stocks and currencies during that time. Today Tom is the editor of EWI's Metals Pro Service, providing intraday and daily analysis of gold, silver, copper and other major metals. He managed the EWI Message Board and taught seminars on trading with the Wave Principle early in his career at Elliott Wave International. Tom began trading financial markets just after the 1987 stock market crash. He was a chaplain and psychotherapist for 15 years and approaches the analysis of markets with a deep understanding of human psychology.
Guest: Tom Dillard
Member of the Auto Restoration Club of Sun City West, AZ Restoring truck here at the facility
Guest: Tom Hunt
Mad Bitcoins is a daily youtube news show covering the exciting world of cryptocurrency. Watch and Subscribe at Youtube. Host Thomas Hunt also moderates a more serious weekly bitcoin panel discussion entitled “The Bitcoin Group“ available at TheBitcoinGroup.com.
Guest: Tom Jenney
Guest: Tom Jones
Past President and member of the Sun City West, AZ
Guest: Tom Westbrook
Guest: Tona Monrore
Tona Monroe is actively involved in state and local politics, with a keen desire for restoring privacy and our right to travel. She works to keep Tennesseans informed with her right to travel blog and Blount County (BC) Public Record. She is the Tennessee State Coordinator for Operation Defuse. She serves as an At-Large Board Member of the Tennessee Republican Liberty Caucus and as East Coordinator for the Tennessee 10th Amendment Center. She firmly believes that government that governs least governs best, and works diligently to expose the police state and encourages peaceful resistance to its expansion. She can be reached by email here.
Guest: Tone Vays
About the Blog: The name LibertyLifeTrail combines 3 concepts which are the fundamental backbone of the theme: Liberty – as defined by it’s basic definitions is the concept of being free. More importantly however, this represents the understanding of personal responsibility and respect of property which come along with the concept of freedom. Life – is another concept emphasized in the blog with posts that try to show all the good there is in the world and living life to the fullest. At a time when knowing the truth about the Economics and Politics around us can make it seem like there is no hope, just remember that people have thought that way for thousands of years and ‘Life’ does go on so make the most of it. The ‘Travel’ category will be the centerpiece of this small getaway. Trail – refers to the guide that the articles will provide. Everyone should think for themselves. This blog is not intended to create die hard followers of ideas and opinions presented.
Guest: Toni Lane Casserly
Toni Lane Casserly is the CEO of CoinTelegraph Media Group and serves as an advisor to several notable companies in cryptocurrency, such as ChangeTip, to guide brand vision and marketing. Toni Lane has been invested in the Bitcoin movement since 2011. Driven by an inherent fascination with human behavior and patterns of consumption, Toni Lane was compelled to become instrumental in shaping Bitcoin as the Internet of finance and the blockchain as the printing press of our age.Toni Lane is a contributing writer to Medium, Bitcoin Magazine and of course, CoinTelegraph. Miss Lane C is routinely found speaking at Bitcoin conferences and events to evangelize mass consumer adoption of Bitcoin while encouraging diplomatic conversations through institutions and grassroots organizations alike.
Guest: Tony
Tony - MS, Marine Biology Brief Biography and Summary of Project Experience Tony has been the primary agent for aquaculture projects around the globe for over 30 years. While serving as a Senior Faculty member and Aquaculture/Irrigation Specialist at the University of Arizona, Tony was subcontracted to work as a project leader for Gundle through the years of 1991 to 1995. He primarily provided consulting work but also aided in product sales as well as new venture creation for the company. Tony also has experience in interfacing with the World Bank members on project sites and is a lead consultant for the Central Irrigation District in Maricopa County, Arizona. His current aquaculture project in Arizona integrates multiple uses of land and water to produce fish and remediate water while assuring sustainability.
Guest: Tony Lyons
"Tony Lyons, President and Publisher at Skyhorse, and an attorney, was Publisher at The Lyons Press between 1997 and 2004. He founded Skyhorse in 2006 and has been involved with every aspect of the book publishing process. Starting with a small team of people, some of whom still work for Skyhorse, Tony has steadily built the company from a start-up to an increasingly prominent mid-sized publisher."
Guest: Tony Tangalos
Guest: Trent Somes
Trent Somes (18) is an upcoming senior at Penn -Trafford High school. As a 17 year old, Somes started His local Libertarian Party affiliate, Westmoreland County Libertarians. Somes was the Pennsylvania coordinator for Austin Petersen. Somes is also the National Chairman of the Libertarian Youth Caucus. Just recently at the Libertarian National convention, Somes was elected to the Libertarian National Committee as an alternate, becoming the youngest in history to be on the LNC. In his free time, Somes enjoys hanging out with freinds, family and his girlfriend. Somes plays the mandolin, is very involved in his church, and is an Eagle Scout.
Guest: Trevor Osgood
Local Activist Get cheaper meds from Infia
Guest: Trip
A bit about Journalistic Revolution: The Journalistic Revolution began on August 26th, 2012 as the simple dream of two men: To provide a wide variety of content related to the topic of human freedom that the mainstream media wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot pole. What started off as a simple radio show has now begun to blossom into a full-fledged content provider, putting out YouTube videos ranging from lighthearted to serious, offering a regular podcast, and even producing full-length documentaries. So if you, like us, feel that the pendulum of human society has swung itself too far from the ideals of Liberty espoused by men like Patrick Henry, Frederic Bastiat, Lysander Spooner, Henry David Thoreau, and a myriad of others, then join us by spreading the word and supporting our content! Long live the (Journalistic) Revolution.
Guest: Troilus Bryan
Guest: Troy Ontko
Troy Ontko is in the process of launching his third startup. Skipstone Interactive Video is a patent-pending video platform designed to emulate normal human conversation. The result: we can now get our information right from the source. We can talk to politicians and hear, in their own words, their positions and the reasons behind them. We can hear from brands about the products and services they offer. We can hear from corporate and government administrators about how to use and apply for benefits and services. The first major Skipstone Customer, Gary Johnson 2016 Presidential Campaign is showing the benefits of this revolutionary way of sharing information. Join our show to discover how this technology puts new information and the change that goes with it back into the hands of the people!
Guest: Tuxavant
Guest: Ty Loomis
Guest: Tyger Gilbert
Guest: Vanessa Beeley
Independent Researcher, Writer, Photographer - In Aleppo, Syria Vanessa comes on the show to talk about what is really going on there... Webpage: https://thewallwillfall.org/ me-waiting2 Daughter of Sir Harold Beeley K.C.M.G C.B.E. Middle Eastern Advisor to Ernest Bevin and Special Envoy to Cairo during both Suez Crises. d2 I am an independent researcher, writer and photographer. I am 100% self-funding which enables me to maintain my independence, unlike so many of the mainstream media and state sponsored so called independent media outlets who are influenced by their donor agendas. I focus also on peace activism and defend the sovereignty of nations and the self determination of their peoples without foreign intervention or destructive meddling in independent state affairs. Any donations to my site will fund my future trips to countries under attack by our governments in the West and will enable me to keep exposing their illegal and criminal actions that serve
Guest: Vaughn Treude
Guest: Vernon Hershberger
On June 2, 2010, representatives of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) conducted a raid at the Vernon Hershberger farm. DATCP agents intentionally destroyed nearly 300 gallons of fresh milk by pouring blue dye into the bulk tank, claiming the milk was “adulterated and misbranded”—even though there was no logical, factual, or scientific basis for this conclusion. The milk was unpasteurized, as is all milk on all farms that is stored in bulk tanks. The agents then placed a holding order on all the fresh, wholesome food in coolers on the property, most of which belonged to members of the Hershberger’s private buying club, and some of which belonged to the Hershberger family. Mr. Hershberger then faced a serious dilemma: allow the wholesome, perishable food to go to waste while he engaged in lengthy administrative wrangling with DATCP or allow the rightful owners of the property to take it from the coolers. Mr. Hershberger followed his consc
Guest: Vijay Prashad
Guest: Vin Suprynowicz
Libertarian Author
Guest: Vince Edwards
Vince is the author of: I'm Leaving Civilization, Wanna Come With Me? CAUTION! You are entering a "Common Sense Zone." 30 years of activism and law research has culminated in this simplified text of how the system really works. Once you're aware of how "the matrix" has you, you'll have the knowledge necessary to free yourself. Today Vince is the community leader for the Garden of Eden project in Blanca, Colorado, which is a model for a network of local communities. The goal is to create paradise where all the basics are covered for the lowest possible investment per member. For as low as $200 per month interest free you could be living free. Food, water, shelter, Wi-Fi, electric, heat all eventually covered for a one time price. Once your membership is paid off you will never need to pay another bill again. All members contribute 16hrs/WK of their time to continue improving quality of life for everyone in the community. After 7 years of law study and nearly 20 y
Guest: Vincent Brian
Guest: Vincent Bugliosi
ABOUT THE AUTHOR VINCENT BUGLIOSI has been called “the quintessential prosecutor.” Alan Dershowitz says “If you created a prosecutorial Hall of Fame, Vince would be in the entranceway.” In his career at the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office, he successfully prosecuted 105 out of 106 felony jury trials, including twenty-one murder convictions without a single loss. His most famous trial, the Charles Manson case, became the basis of his classic, Helter Skelter, the biggest selling true-crime book in publishing history. His other books include And The Sea Will Tell, Outrage, Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder. Bugliosi lives with his wife, Gail, in Los Angeles.
Guest: Virgil Vaduva
Virgil Vaduva is a Libertarian security professional, journalist, photographer and overall liberty freak. He spent most of his life in Communist Romania and participated in the 1989 street protests which led to the collapse of the Ceausescu regime. He can be reached at vvaduva at truthvoice.com.
Guest: Vitalik Buterin
Vitalik is the creator of Ethereum. He first discovered blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies through Bitcoin in 2011, and was immediately excited by the technology and its potential. He cofounded Bitcoin Magazine in September 2011, and after two and a half years looking at what the existing blockchain technology and applications had to offer, wrote the Ethereum white paper in November 2013. He now leads Ethereum's research team, working on future versions of the Ethereum protocol.
Guest: Vivek Nair
Vivek Nair - Founder, Inventor Vivek is a budding entrepreneur & inventor behind the Damascus Fortune technology. He was listed in the Forbes “30 under 30” - energy category and also received the India – MIT Technology Review (TR35) award in Material Science category for his Invention. Vivek has been featured in several magazines and newspapers for his work about Damascus Fortune. He is also the winner of National Award for Meritorious Invention from NRDC, India and hold membership at many prestigious societies. He is also an INK fellow, Tehelka's "Tipping Point Innovator" & India Today's "Indian of Tomorrow" for the year 2012. An engineer by degree, currently, he is pursing a double doctoral research in Material Science Engineering at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, Loughborough University, England.
Guest: Vlad Tiulchenko
Guest: Warren Severin
Guest: Warren Woodward
Guest: Wes Harris
Guest: Wes Wagner
Guest: Wil Brown
Wil Bown has been working as a contract software engineer for over 18 years. A local Bitcoin activist, he has been mining since 2011, is the organizer of the 200+ member Utah Bitcoin Community meetup group and has been involved in several bitcoin startup projects. Wil considers himself an old school Cyberpunk and hopes to eventually merge his mind directly with machines and to help create strong artificial intelligence.
Guest: Will Coley
Guest: Will Cooley
Guest: Will Grigg
Guest: Will Pangman
Passion is a trait not difficult to find among bitcoin enthusiasts. In my experience, however, few others come close to the passion and dedication of Will Pangman. His sincerity in wanting to spread the glory of bitcoin is incomparable. Pangman is the Chief Communications Officer at Tapeke, a cryptocurrency personal finance platform; the founder of the Milwaukee Bitcoin Meetup, BitcoinMKE; and an active proponent of bitcoin education initiatives in tandem with the Bitcoin Foundation. Through all three of these roles, he has carved out a niche as a premier bitcoin outreach expert. I chatted recently with Will about bitcoin outreach, education, and communication. http://bitcoinmagazine.com/13471/profiles-bitcoin-outreach-will-pangman/
Guest: William 'Billy' Poole
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Guest: William (Bill) Buppert
Guest: William Beenman
Guest: William Binney
BIO: Between 2001 and mid 2007, Mr. Binney was a consultant on analysis and analytic techniques to various agencies of the US government intelligence community – NSA, CIA, NRO and Customs and Border Protection in the Department of Homeland Security. From 1970 to 2001, Mr. Binney was a civilian employee of NSA. At NSA, Mr. Binney held numerous positions: Technical Director of the World Geopolitical and Military Analysis, Operations Directorate Analysis Skill field leader, member of the NSA Senior Technical Review Panel, Chair of the Technical Advisory Panel to the Foreign Relations Council, co-founder of the Sigint Automation Research Center, an agency representative to the National Technology Alliance Executive Board, and Technical Director of the Office of Russia as well as a leading analyst for warning for over 20 years. Over the years, Mr. Binney applied mathematical discipline to collection, analysis and reporting. In the process, he was able to structure analys
Guest: William Black
Guest: William Boyes
Education Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School, 1974; B.S., Idaho State University, 1969 Recent Consulting The Commerce Department for the White House, The Federal Trade Commission, AT&T, Intel Current Projects "The Persuasion of Economists - for Better or for Worse?" The American Economist (forthcoming) (with S. Beaulier and S.W. Mounts) Academic Positions Arizona State University: 1992-present. Previous Appointments: Cal Poly, ITAM, Tsing-Hua University, University of London, Weber State University, California State University, Long Beach. Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards Huizingh Distinguished Undergraduate Professor, 2008; John Teets Outstanding Graduate Teacher, 2006; CASE Outstanding ASU Professor, 2004. Professional Leadership Academic Board, Pacific Research Institute, 2008-present; Director, Office of Economic Education, 1999-present; Research Committee, National Council on Economic Education, 2001-present. Representative Publications
Guest: William Kostric
Growing weary of petty tyrants in Maricopa County, AZ, William determined to free range outside the confines of the United States. One night while researching the Iraq war, he happened upon the Free State Project forums and found that there were many like-minded individuals spread out across the continent. The idea of gathering in a localized area where a greater impact could be made struck a chord and he signed the statement of intent and made the move in 2008. William’s current projects include Free State Now who’s goal is to complete the 20k signers before the end of 2014, The Quill – a libertarian community center in the Manchester area and working with Occupy New Hampshire to build a broad-based coalition of activists who are motivated to take local action towards measurable goals.
Guest: Wrap-Up of Jackalope Freedom Festival
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Guest: Zachary Arnold
Guest: Zak Carter
Rock the r3volution Tour
Guest: Ze'ev Zohar
Ze'ev Zohar is an Industrial Designer who's dedicated to design and build simple, elegant and new collaborative-consumption services based on natural mimic. Ze'ev has been previously the CEO of WAYbetter, developing demand-responsive transportation and is currently also the VP product at Ototo, building smart public transportation.
Guest: Zuhdi Jasser
President and founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy and author of A Battle for the Soul of Islam: An American Muslim Patriot’s Fight to Save His Faith
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