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NSP – Jul 16, 2011 – Co-host: JT & Guest: Karen Emery

Posted on July 16th, 2011 by Calvin

Co-host: JT & Guest: Karen Emery [].

Show Topics: Fiat Money, Building the Free-Market, Tickets, Tyrants, and Assessments -|- the reduction of purchasing power of the dollar from dangerously inflating the money supply; causing the nominal gains in silver valuation -|- preventive measures that keep the name-callers at bay -|- building stability in the business community by providing voluntary trade alternatives like barter -|- antidote to a fiat money system: letting the market choose the preferred medium(s) of exchange -|- Marc on Live Free Now with John Bush -|- the Austin No State Fair/TurkeyFest: growing the free market by putting freedom into action -|- using an unsigned plea of no contest/guilt to get some questions answered in court -|- using role-playing to prepare for court -|- declaring a witness incompetent to testify -|- using the appeals process in situations when the court performs an incurable error -|- repeal of 1099 reporting -|- there is NO EVIDENCE that anyone owes taxes -|- “it is easier to ignorantly control others than to wisely control oneself” -|- open-source technologies in a free society -|- Yeoman’s objections in the contraband turkey cross-examination -|- requesting a verified complaint -|- asking for the burden of proof to determine the type of case -|- the parasite state of Kalifornia -|- effectively objecting to inconsistencies in court and overcoming cognitive dissonance -|- agent admits she’s “not qualified to make an assessment” -|- statist apologists that willfully ignore the gun in the room -|- mail fraud by levying wrongful assessments -|- listeners phone-in questions and comments regarding judges entering a plea on behalf of the defendant, preserving the record using a court reporter or media rep, the reality of the unfairness inherit in the Maryland Comptroller hearing, earning income while avoiding organized theft, Civil Disobedience Weekly Spotlight: not asking for permission to have a dog, politicians aim to shutdown the internet, using networking alternatives, libertarianism and voluntaryism in academia, objecting to unverified computer generated data in hearings, law enforcers that don’t understand the law they’re enforcing, unauthorized practice of law, bureaucrats overstepping the scope of their authority, victimless-crime STATE revenue generation with traffic and drug violations, and traffic cops improperly using penal code instead of the vehicle code.


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