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03-20-19 -- Paul Rosenberg - Rory Margraf - Dr Judy Mikovits (MP3s & VIDEO's LOADED)

Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) on his latest Parallel Society Newsletter on The Rehabilitation of Christianity - Rory Margraf (Children's Author) on I Know My Rights - Dr Judy Mikovits (PhD, Molecular Biology) corruption surrounding vaccines
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Topics: Vaccines

Hour 1 - 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 157 Minutes and 0 Secs
Guests: Paul Rosenberg, ,

Hour 1 - Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) on his latest Subscriber-Based article in his Parallel Society Newsletter on The Rehabilitation of Christianity

Hour 2 - Rory Margraf (Children's Author) on I Know My Rights

Hour 3 - Dr Judy Mikovits (PhD, Molecular Biology) on an Independent Vaccine Safety Commission; FDA's push for Mandatory Vaccines (no state exemptions), etc...

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Hour 1

Paul Rosenberg

Freeman's Perspective


Paul Rosenberg knows a lot about a lot of things. A lifestyle capitalist with a broad range of interests and experiences under his belt, current passions include philosophy, theology, history, psychology, and physics. This diverse interest base is reflected in his extensive repertoire of published titles, including A Lodging of Wayfaring MenThe Words of the Founders, and Production Versus Plunder, not to mention 55 engineering and construction books.

Prior to this, his highly successful engineering career saw him called as an expert witness in numerous legal cases and recruited as a consultant to a number of high profile organizations, such as NASA and the US military. He developed and taught 19 continuing education courses for Iowa State University's College of Engineering. He also co-founded the Fiber Optic Association and wrote the first ever standard for the installation of fiber optic cables.

Paul Rosenberg has been featured on or at:

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


Paul comes on the show to discuss the re-naming of his subscriber-based newsletter to Parallel Society, providing a more outward focus and his hope for the future...Paul discusses his latest issue: The Rehabilitation of Christianity


Paul's recent articles:


Fond Memories of Hitching

by FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE on March 19, 2019

Hitchhiking is something that is simply not done these days, at least where I live, but back in the olden days of the 1970s, I used to hitch rides on a regular basis. Lots of us did, as a matter of fact. And I'm not aware of anyone I knew, or that they knew, hitching a ride to their death… or even to an assault.

Return Engagements (Book One) PART 17… in which I tell Michael the truth

by FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE on March 16, 2019

The week Michael was with me in Las Vegas was a return to my youth, a happy, healthy return to my youth, and to Michael's as well. We were two boys from Rogers Park in a terrific playground.

Fighting Evil Is a Failed Strategy

by FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE on March 12, 2019

Sure, there are rare situations where fighting evil humans is thrust upon us, but such situations are just that, rare. So, feel free to do what you must in that unlikely event, and let's set the subject aside, as seductively theatric as it may be. This setting aside is important, because "fighting evil" in any [...]

Return Engagements (Book One) PART 16… in which I prepare for Dallas


The next day… or maybe one more, I didn't keep a diary… I found myself feeling better but absolutely stuck on what to do. This time I had an answer; this was simply an odd version of writer's block, something with which I was familiar.

The Declaration of Independence… Minus Politics


I'll begin this post by admitting that I have an affinity for "declarations" and even for "manifestos." Whether they be particularly good or bad, the people writing such things have invested more passion in these documents than most people have ever invested in anything. By itself, I think that's worthy of respect. Right or wrong, [...]

Return Engagements (Book One) PART 15… in which I struggle in Las Vegas


I woke up with half a hangover. I opened the window shades and lay back on the bed, content to stay there all day, if that's what felt best. This was my recovery time, not from the hangover but from the onslaught of ideas and events that brought the hangover about. And this time I hadn't forgotten the Do Not Disturb sign. I would be left alone.

Greatest Crypto Project: Supplemental

by FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE on February 28, 2019

After the first part of this series ran, I was surprised to find an archive of the Dodge City Times in my inbox. I had forgotten about the DC Times. It was our third newspaper, centered on Rex's Dodge City system. And it too was a gas.

Hour 2

Media Type: Audio • Time: 44 Minutes and 09 Secs
Guests: Rory Margraf, ,

Hour 2 - Rory Margraf (Children's Author) on I Know My Rights


Letters of Marque Paperback


Letters of Marque Paperback – September 25, 2018

by Marque dePlume (Author)

"The Crown calls it 'piracy' to explore frontiers beyond its grasp. So the time has come to define the conduct among pirates." Captain Marque

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Hour 2

Rory Margraf

Childrens Author and Libertarian Contributor


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Finding Liberty

In 2015, Rory was introduced to Libertarianism by a close friend. Politically agnostic and generally apathetic towards the duopoly of modern politics, Libertarianism offered both an outlet and a home for the rough outline of a personal philosophy. Fast forward to 2019, Rory has worked to establish himself as a young voice within the Liberty movement, focusing on individual rights and peaceful dissidence.

An Outlet

Rory graduated from the University of Scranton in 2012 with a Bachelor's in English Literature. Having written as a daily habit since he was ten years old and being published in several literary journals, he turned his attention to the 2017 collapse of the Northern Irish government, offering his perspective on a number of issues in Northern Ireland through the Freedom Today Network and Speak Freely with the European Students for Liberty. Returning to American politics, Rory's work has been featured with Being Libertarian, Think Liberty, and the Foundation for Economic Education.

New Projects

In the fall of 2018, Rory released his first children's book, inspired by his own childhood experience in which he waived his Fourth Amendment rights. I Know My Rights: A Children's Guide to the Bill of Rights and Individual Liberty is a fun and comprehensive breakdown of the first Ten Amendments and introduces the fundamental concepts of Self-Ownership and Voluntaryism. I Know My Rights

I Know My Rights

A Children's Guide to the Bill of Rights and Individual Liberty

The first in an upcoming series for children, I Know My Rights is a fun and comprehensive introduction to the Bill of Rights and the fundamental concepts of Voluntaryism and Self-Ownership. Complete with its own glossary and an index containing all twenty seven Amendments, it's perfect for middle grade children to read and return to as a reference guide. For younger readers, it's a wonderful experience for parents and children to read together.

Now available on Amazon!


"I Know My Rights is a profound and informative book about a fascinating topic that needs to be discussed more, and I have to admit that I Know My Rights, written by the talented Rory Margraf, is one of the best books on the subject on the market today. You may be thinking "how can a book about law be entertaining?!" but trust me book lovers when I write that it is a superb book that is full of many intriguing facts that will make children, and even adults feel pure enjoyment." Red Headed Book Lover

"As a parent who loves America and wants to pass on its blessings to the next generation, I am so thankful our family found this book. It is a great tool to help talk and educate your children in a way I am sure they will understand. You will be glad you did!" My Four and More 

"I Know My Rights is a must read for children and adults, as well. Therefore, Artisan Book Reviews is very confident in recommending I Know My Rights by Rory Margraf to all readers, citizens and especially for children and teens. It is a remarkable, interesting and notable book. It is short and satisfying. Get your child, or yourself, a copy and learn about the Bill of Rights, your liberty and the law in an enjoyable, quick and easy way." - Artisan Book Reviews 


Learning the Fourth Amendment … from Mom

Understanding our rights under the law is tantamount in a free society, a lesson I learned from my mother.

Monday, September 03, 2018

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Rory Margraf

Rory Margraf

A few months back, I regaled readers with a story about my first confrontation with the state, a head-to-head match that left my brother and I jaded as we packed up our lemonade stand on the boardwalk in Ocean City, New Jersey.

This summer showed how little has changed. Several news stories emerged detailing how neighbors and passersby phoned authorities, asking them to shut down lemonade stands for one nefarious reason or another. But, outside of the seasonal flashes of authority, another form of incursion takes place on a daily, if not hourly, basis: the search and seizure of citizens, which often occur without warrants or probable cause.

While most unconstitutional searches may make us think of stop-and frisk in the state of New York, now rated the 50th freest in the nation (out of, yes, fifty), it seems that many citizens are allowing officers and other authorities to search their persons or property by simply giving them permission. It is a desire to appease those possessing the authority of the state, an eagerness to avoid "making trouble." Those who do decline may find themselves on YouTube, being placed in handcuffs for resisting arrest. Oddly enough, it is possible to be charged with such an offense without actually having been under arrest to begin with. Understanding our rights under the law is tantamount in a free society, a lesson I learned from my mother.

Burning Down the Public Library

At sixteen years old, I held two summer jobs; the first was at Burger King on Camp Pendleton. The second was at the local public library, which I enjoyed considerably more, thanks to the lack of fryers and grease, not to mention the lines of hungry marines at the end of their shifts.

My job was simple as a library page: return books to their respective shelves from each cart, utilizing the Dewey Decimal system, which, to this day, eludes me.

Our story begins on a day off when I stopped by to speak with my employer. I arrived in shorts and t-shirt, with nothing to indicate that I was an employee. As I stepped into the lobby, I found a number of firefighters standing at the opposite entry, with a thin whiff of smoke in the air. As indicated by Ray Bradbury in the eternal Fahrenheit 451, fire is most certainly the enemy of literature. I watched for a few moments, only curious, and then stepped into the employee entrance to speak with my employer. Seeing that she was not there, I asked a coworker about the commotion outside, but he did not seem to know any details.

Upon returning to the lobby, I stepped closer to the library door to peer through and see if anything was amiss. There were guests inside, who looked on with the same curiosity, but there was no panic. I noticed a firefighter exiting the restroom and made the assumption that something had been ignited inside, similar to the toilet paper rolls I found on fire earlier that year at my high school (a little water took care of that).

Noticing my curiosity, a large firefighter in uniform, whom I assumed was in charge of the situation, given that he was wearing a tie, approached me; I had not noticed how close I had actually gotten and he quickly closed the gap. He started by asking who I was and what I was doing there at that moment. I did not give my name since the question did not seem to ask for it, but I did tell him that I was an employee of the library and that I had come in to speak with my employer.

After those brief pleasantries, I was bluntly asked if I had started a small fire in the restroom. "No, sir," was the answer. It was true, but criminals may possess the propensity to lie to officials in order to protect themselves, and arsonists have been known to return or stay at the scene of their crimes, which may be why the next question followed.

"Do you have a lighter or any matches on you?"

I did not. "No, sir," I answered. 

This is where it became complicated. As I write this, I can only shake my head at my sixteen-year-old self.

"Can you empty your pockets for me?"

"No, sir," was not the answer. I nodded quickly and reached into my pockets as my heart pounded and my hands trembled, thinking I was in trouble for something I did not do. I produced my wallet and a small pack of mints. He inspected them briefly in my cupped hands and then brushed me aside, like a distraction.

Mom's Wisdom

I stepped outside and took several deep breaths to calm myself. I told myself that he was doing his job and that I did the right thing by complying.

"I had nothing to hide," I said to myself, "so there was nothing wrong with following orders."

I sat on the steps and waited for my mother to pick me up. When she arrived, I told her the story, as I am telling it now, only with a small smile on my face. I had begun to think it was a little funny, almost cool in the manner in which the firefighter wielded his authority. My mother did not.

While riding shotgun, I was immediately scolded for emptying my pockets, or answering a question at all, without asking for a reason, without demanding the grounds upon which I must be searched, regardless of who was asking. I had every reason to be there, either as an employee or as a public citizen, and no one has the authority to question my mere presence and curiosity. To comply with orders that I had no reason to follow was unacceptable, my mother said. What if I had been carrying a lighter, but had not started the fire? What would the consequences have been?

It was a fair point. While I did not carry a lighter at sixteen, I do carry one at twenty-eight; more as a lucky charm than anything, but also as a source of fire, should the need arise. If I had not learned that lesson then, could I not make that mistake as an adult, happily complying while possibly implicating myself in a crime I had not committed?

The lesson my mother taught me that day has stayed with me. The words I uttered to myself that day are the same words so many have uttered to justify stop-and-frisk, unlawful search and seizure, mass data collection, and warrantless surveillance. "If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear."

But what of an inflated sense of authority? If we continue to comply, believing ourselves to be good citizens, instead of defending our rights, would that not become the norm? An expectation of compliance, rather than law, under which we are protected from such actions, becomes the norm until that sudden, gentle resistance is regarded as a crime. While I made a mistake that day, my mother ensured that I would not make it again.

Side Notes & Pension Problems

To add a laugh to an otherwise cautionary tale, I worked for the public library for about four months. I went through a very short interview process and a very long application process, including going to the county seat to sit in someone's cubicle for several hours while filling out paperwork I did not understand. As it turns out, thanks to California's bloated public pension program, I am still receiving notices of the balance of my retirement fund, which had less than three dollars in it by the time I returned to school. The compound interest will continue to collect until I reach retirement age, which might be enough to buy myself a nice dinner in some thirty odd years.

Hour 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 60 Minutes and 22 Secs
Topics: Vaccines

Hour 3 - Dr Judy Mikovits (PhD, Molecular Biology) on corruption surrounding vaccines, false studies, etc...


Letters of Marque Paperback


Letters of Marque Paperback – September 25, 2018

by Marque dePlume (Author)

"The Crown calls it 'piracy' to explore frontiers beyond its grasp. So the time has come to define the conduct among pirates." Captain Marque

Join us 'Above the Grid'


Hour 3

Dr. Judy Mikovits, PhD

To contact Judy:



Judy testified on a lawsuit for Racketeering and conspiracy against the CA legislators who passed the SB277 mandating toxins be inoculated in their children under the guise of vaccination and she will re-cap her testimony...




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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 for demonstrating the relationship between immune based inflammation and these diseases. She has published over 50 scientific papers.

Dr. Judy A. Mikovits recently founded MAR Consulting Inc. with her collaborator Dr. Frank Ruscetti. 



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5. Dr Judy talks about what happened when they showed up at the rally yesterday (see info below):

Hey Basecampers! Last week i found out that Congressman Schiff is speaking at Temple Emanuel in Beverly Hills tomorrow to an audience of 1200 people. I tried to get a ticket but it was totally sold out. I was told that 700 of those 1200 who are going are on a waitlist and it's first come first serve so that people must wait in line to get in. 100 of those people will not have a seat. 
Since I wasn't able to get a ticket I decided to hold the "We Will Not Be Censored" rally in front of his event because we will literally have a line of 700 people standing there without any place to go from about 6-7:00pm. The point of this rally is to give the voices back to the parents (since Schiff is trying to censor us) so i have a great line-up of parents who have children that have been seriously vaccine injured/died and a few doctors speaking. I was also given TONS of fliers/info on measles from PIC to hand out to the people in line. 
If you are in the LA area I'd love for you to attend. I've spoken several times with BHPD and they are on board with this event and have given me clearance to hold it. Please feel free the share the event link below. Hope to see you there.

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