On this week’s Electric Libertyland, Michael Boldin of the 10th Amendment Center joins host Brian McWilliams in a rowdy chat about the Southern Poverty Law Center’s penchant for make believe, fighting back against the tyranny of the state on a local level, the Drug War, and President Trump’s newest SCOTUS pick. Michael also gives his take on the state of the Libertarian Party following some big names committing to officially becoming members (Tom Woods, Jason Stapleton, Dave Smith), following his
Today’s episode of Felony Friday is a first! The show is comprised of two separate interviews that took place during the Libertarian National Convention in New Orleans. The first interview is with Maj Toure, the founder of Black Guns Matter. This is Maj’s second appearance on Felony Friday. He last appeared back on Episode 62. The second interview is with Eric Mulder, Libertarian candidate for Sheriff in Arapahoe County, CO. Eric is running on a platform to demilitarize local police
On today’s show John is joined by Brian Saady. This is Brian’s second appearance on Felony Friday. He last appeared on episode 112 of Felony Friday. Brian is a politically-independent author who writes about corruption, crony capitalism, human rights, and civil liberties. He has published a three-book series, Rackets, which is about the legalization of drugs and gambling, as well as the decriminalization of prostitution. Brian has also written other books and many articles published on many sites. Last time Brian was on
Today’s guest needs no introduction, but he’ll get one anyway. Adam Kokesh joins Felony Friday host John Odermatt to talk about his past run-ins with the law and his unique campaign for President, which if elected he will execute a peaceful dissolution of the federal government. Adam joined the Marines at age 17 and saw war first hand while serving during the Iraq War. In 2007 he joined Iraq Veterans Against the War and in 2008 he founded Veterans for Ron Paul.
Today on Felony Friday Gracie Walker joins host John Odermatt to share how she spent more than a decade in prison for the “crime” of introducing two people. In 2007, Gracie was convicted of Conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance in the Northern District of Texas. She was sentenced to 290 months. Gracie was not charged or convicted of selling drugs, rather she was sentenced to prison for introducing two people. When she was arrested, Gracie was a working single mother
On today’s episode Felony Friday host John Odermatt is joined by Sarah Brady Wagner. Seven years ago Sarah was arrested for attempting give someone a couple Adderall during finals when she was an 18 year old college student. Sarah was convicted in 2012 and was in jail from November 2012 to March 2013. This occurred while she was a student at George Mason University in Virginia. Since her conviction, Sarah has been able to get her voting rights restored in VA, and will
In today’s episode, Marc is joined by Libertarian candidate for U.S Senate, Dale Kerns! Dale explains how he became a libertarian, why he decided to run for U.S. Senate under the Libertarian Party banner, and why he has made the concept “Addiction is not a crime” a centerpiece of his campaign. Download this episode (right click and save) Check out Dale Kerns for U.S. Senate and his “Addiction is not a Crime” tour! Receive access to ALL of our EXCLUSIVE
Today author Steven Slate joins the show to talk about addiction with Felony Friday host John Odermatt. Steven was drawn to study addiction as a result of his own struggles with drug abuse. Steven and John discuss a controversial book that Steven co-authored with Marc Sheeren and Michele Dunbar, The Freedom Model for Addictions: Escape the Treatment and Recovery Trap. The book calls into questions many commonly held beliefs in regards to addiction. Some of the questions it asks are
On today’s episode Aaron Gunter joins host John Odermatt to share his journey from felon drug addict to firefighter. What makes this story special is the fact that he did not let mistake define his future. From 2003 – 2015 Aaron was on a terrible path. Aaron was addicted to meth, he was committing crimes by selling drugs, stealing cars and finally conspiracy to commit bank fraud. During this time Aaron Gunter spent more than 7 years in Prison. Now,
On today’s episode Felony Friday host John Odermatt is joined by author Brian Saady. Brian is a politically-independent author who writes about corruption, crony capitalism, human rights, and civil liberties. The pages of his books are filled with eye-opening revelations that are backed up with extensive documentation. Brian has published a three-book series, Rackets, which is about the legalization of drugs and gambling, and the decriminalization of prostitution. He’s also written other books and many articles published on many sites.