On this week’s Electric Libertyland host Brian McWilliams rails a bit about Rand Paul’s flipping opposition to Mike Pompeo’s Secretary of State nomination, then welcomes in journalist Ford Fischer of News2Share.com to discuss his experience on the ground in Newnan, GA covering a neo nazi rally that drew far more Antifa than nazis. The Georgia event resulted in conflicts between the massive police force in attendance and counter-protesters, both of whom outnumbered event organizers many times over. Brian and Ford
On this week’s Electric Libertyland, host Brian McWilliams welcomes back comedian and We The Internet TV executive producer & head writer Lou Perez to the show to discuss the Parkland school shooting and the survivors’ media tour. Brian and Lou discuss life imitating comedy courtesy of a particularly unaware Vice News segment, and parody being harder to come by in a world gone mad. Download this episode (right click and save) Discussed in this Episode: We The Internet TV Parkland
In today’s episode, host Marc Clair is joined by deputy editor at The Daily Caller Scott Greer to discuss his book “No Campus for White Men.” In the show you’ll hear Marc and Scott discuss: How Scott’s interest in politics and education issues led directly to his career at The Daily Caller and eventually to writing “No Campus for White Men” What exactly encompasses the “hateful indoctrination” towards white males that has been growing on college campuses. What sort of effect does the “anti
Today’s Felony Friday guest is Greg Doucette. Greg joined Felony Friday host John Odermatt to discuss his viral Twitter rant, which was a spontaneous reaction after he discovered a police officer blatantly lied about his client’s actions. Mr. Doucette is a self-described computer scientist turned lawyer. He is an attorney in Durham, North Carolina and 2012 graduate of the North Carolina Central University School of Law in Durham. In his spare time he runs the blog: LawDevNull, which he began
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, host Marc Clair is joined by former Baltimore police officer Michael A. Wood, who recently made headlines for a series of tweets exposing instances of police brutality he witnessed during his 11 years with the Baltimore PD. Michael explains what drove his desire to become a police officer from a very young age, and how his view of the role of police was gradually altered during his time serving as a
Nelson Mandela recently passed away, and the hagiography that followed was about as predictable as the Eastern sunrise. Politicians – or at least their interns – took to social media to declare their reverence for the man and his fight to end apartheid. Split-second, breaking news commentators threw out a bit of snark for the occasion. Much of this was aimed primarily at Mandela’s background as a violent revolutionary who spilled innocent blood in the name of fighting off oppression.