Hour 1 - 3
Hour 1 -- James Babb (Jury Rights Project), Brett Veinotte (School Sucks Project), talk about monetizing the liberty movement
Hour 2 -- Richard Grove (Tragedy and Hope), Julia Tourianski (Brave the World), and Tarrin Lupo (Author - Pirates of Savannah) join the conversation. Adam Kokesh also comes on to tell his story about the police confiscating his FREEDOM! trailer
Hour 3 -- Richard Grove (Tragedy and Hope), Julia Tourianski (Brave the World), and Tarrin Lupo (Author - Pirates of Savannah), and Adam Kokesh. Lisa Arbercheski (Tragedy and Hope) joins the conversation...
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In 2003, Richard Grove filed for federal whistleblower protection under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
In 2006, he released on mp3 a 2-hour public disclosure "Project Constellation: A Message to the Future of America".
What may have sounded like conspiracy "theories" in 2006 (Data-Mining and Spying on Citizens, The Planning of Financial Catastrophes, NSA/Google, and Corporate Media partaking in the demolition of our civil liberties), proves today to be relevant and verifiable historical facts related by Richard during his public disclosure via Project Constellation, and evident in his continued productions ever since.
Since then, Richard has created more than 500 hours of educational and informative media productions, including a comprehensive conscious curriculum to teach individuals methods for learning anything and everything for themselves (a.k.a. "The Peace Revolution Podcast").
Some of his more powerful publications include: State of Mind: The Psychology of Control (2013 co-production), History… So It Doesn't Repeat (2013 series), The Ultimate History Lesson with John Taylor Gatto (2012), The Peace Revolution Podcast (2009-Present), What You've Been Missing: Exposing the Noble Lie (2010), 20/20 Hindsight CENSORSHIP on the Frontline (2010), and Project Constellation (2006).
Host of School Sucks Project/Podcast. School Sucks Project is a podcast, You Tube channel, and on-line community dedicated to redefining education. We promote home-education, critical thinking, peaceful parenting, personal growth and nonviolent communication strategies.
What education is: a lifelong process of seeking and integrating new knowledge, an intrinsically motivated journey that serves the needs of the individual learner
What education isn't: compulsory, institutionalized schooling
Libertarian Activist – Fully Informed Jury, Jury Rights Project, We Won't Fly
I am a one girl operation. I do all my own research, writing, editing, and filming. Help me focus more minds on freedom; maybe we can escape the feedback loop.
My goal is to influence the denial of assumed power structures. I want anarchy to be in peoples' minds, and I want it to drip down into their hearts.
Private property, the free-market, self-ownership…these are the things that breed prosperity and peace. Statism cannot exist without the collectivist mentality. The collectivist mentality cannot exist without compliance. Compliance cannot exist without authoritarianism, and authoritarianism cannot exist without lies.
Dr. Lupo is a modern day renaissance man. He is a documentarian, doctor, author, artist and activist. At this website (https://tarrinlupo.wordpress.com/) you can find all his projects in one convenient place.
Richard Grove (Tragedy and Hope), James Babb (Jury Rights Project), Brett Veinotte (School Sucks Project), Julia Tourianski (Brave the World), and Tarrin Lupo (Author- Pirates of Savannah) talk about monetizing the liberty movement
Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, and more.
About the Internet Archive
The Internet Archive is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library. Its purposes include offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital format.
Founded in 1996 and located in San Francisco, the Archive has been receiving data donations from Alexa Internet and others. In late 1999, the organization started to grow to include more well-rounded collections. Now the Internet Archive includes: texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived web pages in our collections, and provides specialized services for adaptive reading and information access for the blind and other persons with disabilities.
Why the Archive is Building an 'Internet Library'
Libraries exist to preserve society's cultural artifacts and to provide access to them. If libraries are to continue to foster education and scholarship in this era of digital technology, it's essential for them to extend those functions into the digital world.
Many early movies were recycled to recover the silver in the film. The Library of Alexandria - an ancient center of learning containing a copy of every book in the world - was eventually burned to the ground. Even now, at the turn of the 21st century, no comprehensive archives of television or radio programs exist.
But without cultural artifacts, civilization has no memory and no mechanism to learn from its successes and failures. And paradoxically, with the explosion of the Internet, we live in what Danny Hillis has referred to as our "digital dark age."
The Internet Archive is working to prevent the Internet - a new medium with major historical significance - and other "born-digital" materials from disappearing into the past. Collaborating with institutions including the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian, we are working to preserve a record for generations to come.
Open and free access to literature and other writings has long been considered essential to education and to the maintenance of an open society. Public and philanthropic enterprises have supported it through the ages.
The Internet Archive is opening its collections to researchers, historians, and scholars. The Archive has no vested interest in the discoveries of the users of its collections, nor is it a grant-making organization.
At present, the size of our Web collection is such that using it requires programming skills. However, we are hopeful about the development of tools and methods that will give the general public easy and meaningful access to our collective history. In addition to developing our own collections, we are working to promote the formation of other Internet libraries in the United States and elsewhere.
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NY Police stole our home (FREEDOM!-mobile trailer):
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Richard Grove and Lisa Arbercheski (Tragedy and Hope), James Babb (Jury Rights Project), Brett Veinotte (School Sucks Project), Julia Tourianski (Brave the World), and Tarrin Lupo (Author- Pirates of Savannah) talk about monetizing the liberty movement
John's current condition:
Effective July, 2015, John is no longer able to accept PayPal contributions, nor personal checks. He humbly seeks our financial support for daily care, meals and a myriad of special needs that are changing and arising daily. If you are able to help, make your check payable to John's Power of Attorney Ronald B. Hitchon, writing "for John Gatto" in check note line.
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John's wife, Janet, suffered a stroke a few months ago, was hospitalized, has returned home and is receiving physical therapy and care. John is able to move around every day, get to his desk, write. He's responding boldly to questions via his blog and working on the content for a new publication coming out soon.
on September 26, 2014, John sent this to me:
Life is too lovable not to love, God's artistry in making a planet and its creatures never fails to astonish me. My physical strength does seem a little better, day by day, but my brain is still too sludge-filled and dizzy to allow the best concentration on brain work; in the past I did my best work, literally, while I was laughing, or at the very least grinning broadly at the human comedy, but, alas, that merriment has fled at the constant bone/joint pain left at the legacy of the strokes, which no allowable pain-killer seems to touch.
Yet in faith I remain quietly optimistic, as I was taught as a little boy to be, and if ever I fully recover, as a result of this experience, I shall fully appreciate what a superb blessing the simple gift of walking really is, along with the wealth that comes with the simple state of being, given equally to us all, whatever our social or economic status.
Prior to the strokes, like most people, I always wanted MORE, unable to clearly appreciate I already had everything I needed for happiness, but it took that sudden shock of frailty to fully bring the lesson home.
Hope all is well with you in the warm parts of the earth as we here, await the ice and snow. Be well my friend, and above all ,healthy; do stay away from sugar, Satan's deceptive sweetness.
With love and hugs, John
p.s. With luck, a reprint edition of Underground History will be out by Xmas, and my children's book, Snider,the C.I.A. Spider.
on August 21, John sent an update on his health:
"Some of my strength has returned; I know because originally i could only sit up for a half hour at a time, but now with help from Tonya,my home health aide made possible by the generosity of all of you wonderful people, I can sit up for four hours, 8 times longer. The joint pain lingers, but I am optimistic that it, too will diminish. My gratitude to the unseen well-wishers is boundless. Living in New York City tends to make a fellow cynical, but the help we have received so far has restored my faith that human beings at heart are fundamentally decent, so god bless those who have reached out to this old fellow from pittsburgh. Love and hugs to all. You are my inspiration, enjoy the beauty, it's everywhere! " John
on February 1, John sent an email of gratitude:
"Thank you and everyone for my new smile! Next Wednesday for the first time in a year I'll have teeth and be able to smile and chew again! The hospitals lost or broke two earlier sets of dentures, so it's been a long interval between peanuts.
Truly, what people have done for Janet and me has been spectacular! The donor funds have gone for an aide to help me get out of bed and go to the bathroom, sanity-preserving services, for medicines, for printer ribbons,writing supplies and utility bills.
I'm ashamed to say that I am one of the millions who ignored the parental wisom to put something aside for a rainy day, a jerk who devoted too much of his life to sugar and white flour/rice-- which are sugar in disguise. The strokes were almost certainly the result of abnormal blood sugar levels producing diabetes. This weird experience of weakness after a lifetime of perfect health has brought some wisdom too late, but, as mom used to say, better late than never. Anyway, genuine gratitude to all of you for taking away some of the stress at this horrible time. Their big-hearted generosity reminds me of the way Americans were during WWII when I was growing up. What a huge difference it has made for an old Pittsburgh boy and his wife--teeth, medicine, supplies, bills.
When I get back on my feet, thanks largely to you all, I won't forget to follow this example with somebody else as needy as we are now, so the samaritan momentum will resonate beyond this moment ... God bless you all!
Love to everyone from a grateful old fellow who thanks his invisible allies and prays for them every night. We would do our kids a big favor by preparing them for the worst and letting them see how quickly the good things we take for granted like walking, using two hands, speaking clearly, and chewing can be taken away in one second by surprise; I had heard that preached, of course, but the words lacked sufficient meaning to influence my behavior. Now I appreciate that time and vigorous health are the real wealth. We need to put our heads together and figure out effective ways to teach that."
with love and a smile, John