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07-12-18 -- 'Aggroed' - Roger Roots - Cody Wilson -- (VIDEO'S & MP3s LOADED)

'Aggroed' (Steemit) on how to use Steemit; Pirate Communications - Roger Roots (Lysander Spooner University) on civil liberties and educating people on liberty - Cody Wilson (GhostGunner, 3D Printed Guns) on winning his lawsuit against the DOJ and pa
Media Type: Audio • Time: 197 Minutes and 0 Secs
Guests: Aggroed
Media Type: Audio • Time: 55 Minutes and 15 Secs
Guests: Roger Roots
Media Type: Audio • Time: 109 Minutes and 0 Secs
Guests: Cody Wilson

Hour One

Media Type: Audio • Time: 197 Minutes and 0 Secs
Guests: Aggroed

Hour 1 - 'Aggroed' (Steemit) on how to use Steemit; Pirate Communications

Hour 2 - Roger Roots (Lysander Spooner University) on civil liberties and educating people on liberty

Hour 3 - Cody Wilson (GhostGunner, 3D Printed Guns) on winning his lawsuit against the DOJ and paving the way for downloadable firearms

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July 12th, 2018

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock

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9 a.m. - Noon (EST)

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Hour 1

'Aggroed'

Aggroed is a Top 20 Witness on the Steem Block Chain.  Witnesses are elected officials whose primary objective is to build the Steem blockchain from the actions of all the users.  Aggroed's additional goals as a witness are to spread the values of Peace, Abundance, and Liberty.  To help grow the Steem ecosystem, and train and retain new members on the platform.  His profile can be found at www.steemit.com/@aggroed and he's often in Discord in the Peace, Abundance, and Liberty Network which houses 20k Steemians at minnowpond.org


Hour Two

Media Type: Audio • Time: 55 Minutes and 15 Secs
Guests: Roger Roots

Hour 2 - Roger Roots (Lysander Spooner University) on civil liberties and educating people on liberty

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Hour 2

Roger Roots

 

Dr. Roger Roots is a lawyer, writer, and social scientist.  He has taught sociology and criminal justice at the college level.   Dr. Roots is active in libertarian politics, and in the promotion of a freer, fairer and more just world.  He is the author of more than two dozen noteworthy scholarly articles, and some of his research has been relied on by federal courts.   

 

Dr. Roots is a harsh critic of modern American higher education.  The chief problem, he argues is that virtually all colleges and universities are under the control or influence of government.  In 2015 Dr. Roots launched Lysander Spooner University, a libertarian university in honor of the great nineteenth-century abolitionist and freedom fighter Lysander Spooner.  The website is lysanderspooneruniversity.com.


Hour Three

Media Type: Audio • Time: 109 Minutes and 0 Secs
Guests: Cody Wilson

Hour 3 - Cody Wilson (GhostGunner, 3D Printed Guns) on winning his lawsuit against the DOJ and paving the way for downloadable firearms

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Hour 3

Cody Wilson

Webpages:

https://ghostgunner.net/

https://defdist.org/

Cody's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

 https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Guest-Page.htm?No=00516

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TOPICS DISCUSSED...

3D-Printed Gun Files Can Be Shared Without Legal Penalty

A settlement between the Department of Justice and a gun rights activist Cody Wilson paves the way for downloadable firearms that can be produced with a 3D printer.

Sharing files that can help anyone 3D print guns is now legal and protected as free speech.

That's the key takeaway from a major settlement between the US government and gun rights activist Cody Wilson in his attempts to distribute 3D-printed firearms.

On Tuesday, his legal team announced the settlement, calling it a "devastating blow" to the gun control lobby. "I consider it a truly grand thing," Wilson told Wired in an interview. "It will be an irrevocable part of political life that guns are downloadable and we helped to do that."

According to Wired, Wilson will relaunch his website, Defcad.com, later this month and upload his firearm blueprints.

Cody WilsonBack in 2013, Wilson began uploading 3D printable CAD files to create a working plastic gun, called the "Liberator." This drew the attention of federal authorities; the US State Department demanded Wilson pull down the files, claiming he was violating an export rule on distributing secret military hardware.

In response, Wilson eventually took the US government to court; he's been arguing that the First Amendment protects his constitutional right to share the 3D files as free speech.

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