Sarah Brady Wagner and Alex Haney discuss voter ID laws and speculate on how the North Carolina General Assembly may choose to structure the latest Voter ID law, now required by the state constitution. They discuss the history of voter ID laws in North Carolina and the associated court rulings as well as how Voter ID has been implemented in other states and the efficacy of such laws in preventing voter fraud.
Activist Courtney Mixon joins Hodey Johns on the show to discuss the history, current state, and future of Breed Specific Legislation in the United States. Find out about how dogs and pit bulls are being discriminated against in spite of their net positive to society, learn about the lunacy and bad media surrounding the topic, then join the fight for equality.
Chris Spangle and Tad Western give the definition and history of impeachment. What does it take to impeach a President? How do past events relate to today’s politics? We give the history of the Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton impeachments and compare the parallels to the discussion around impeaching Donald Trump.
- [00:12:26] – Definition of Impeachment
- [00:42:16] – Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
- [01:04:35] – Clinton Impeachment – Whitewater
- [01:39:37] – Clinton Impeachment – Treatment of Susan McDougal by Special Counsel
- [01:58:07] – Clinton Impeachment – Press Behavior
- [02:09:11] – Clinton Impeachment – Paula Jones/Monica Lewinsky Overview
- [02:22:19] – Clinton Impeachment – Timeline of Events
- [02:31:05] – Clinton Impeachment – Treatment of Monica Lewinsky by Special Counsel
- [02:47:04] – Clinton Impeachment – Timeline of Events
Ya’ll ready to ROAR? I certainly hope so, because this week I am joined by the one and only Marc Clair from Lions of Liberty! For those of you involved in the greater liberty movement, Marc is a familiar voice. Marc is the “Editor-in-Chief” of Lions of Liberty, which is one of the leading podcasts within the libertarian movement.
Today, Marc joins The Brian Nichols Show to discuss his libertarian roots, the founding of his Lions of Liberty empire, the value of podcasting as a means to influence others, and the importance of winning converts versus winning arguments.
Bio: Marc Clair is An ardent believer in libertarian ideals for over a decade, Marc decided to thrust himself into writing for the cause after becoming inspired by the Presidential campaigns of Ron Paul. In 2011, he helped to co-found the Lions Of Liberty with several like-minded friends from their college days at Penn State nearly a decade earlier. When he’s not serving as editor-in-chief of Lions Of Liberty and host and producer of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, he is busy with a freelance career in television and running a karaoke business in Los Angeles, CA. Marc is also a contributing writer for sports and pop culture website Place to be Nation.
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Episode 90 of Boss Hog of Liberty is in your feed!
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis co-host, with master hunter Kade Koger sitting in the third chair. There is an active poll for naming the deer that Kade brought to live in the studio with us now, and this week we have a Coyote pelt on the table. The pelt is because the guys have spiraled into Red Dead Redemption gaming. Each host confesses their worst crime.
Logan Cook is our featured guest, a veteran of the local comedy scene and a leading Jiu Jitsu / MMA fighter, even having his own move in competition. Logan really does feel like one of the WAL castmates, telling the story of how he infiltrated a Facebook group of psychics.
Finally, we get into the meaty subject of our local jail issue and discuss the latest news on proposals to move forward with a solution.
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Sarah Brady Wagner and Alex Haney discuss the newly reduced constitutional limit on income tax in North Carolina. They discuss the policy goals and outcomes behind constitutional limitations on taxation and how they are implemented in other states.
Vaccinations are a lightning rod issue, and so Paul Copeland and Hodey Johns are ready to shock you with their beliefs. They bring both sides to the table to discuss a frequent accusation against libertarians: Aren’t you endangering the planet if you decide not to vaccinate? Also, are libertarians for or against vaccination or both?
We’ve compiled just the eulogies of former President George H.W. Bush’s state funeral.
Speakers in order:
[00:00:00] – Jon Meacham, Presidential Historian and Author
[00:12:00] – Brian Mulroney, Eighteenth Prime Minister of Canada
[00:24:00] – Alan K. Simpson, former United States Senator, Wyoming
[00:35:33] – George W. Bush, Forty-Third President of the United States
[00:47:46] – Reverend Dr. Russell Levenson, Jr., Rector, St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, Houston, Texas.
Chris Spangle and Harry Price discuss the passing of George HW Bush and how libertarians should approach the passing of politicians, what is causing the lifespan of Americans to drop, why the French are rioting and we answer what differences left and right libertarians have.
- [00:19:16] – Death of George H.W. Bush
- [01:25:50] – the Mortality rate
- [01:41:32] – Paris Riots
- [02:17:34] – Listener letter: Differences between Independent Libertarians, Conservative Libertarians and Liberal Libertarians
After the recent midterms, Libertarians are wondering how they can package their message to better sell it to more people. Arvin Vohra’s giving you his answer: Don’t package it at all. Hodey Johns asks him about his book “Pull Out,” and then they explore culture, what young men should do right now, libertarian speech, and running for president in 2020.