- “The Imbecilic Notion of Limited Government” by Bill Buppert.
- Marc responds Jake Han’s comments on a recent article. [Video of show below]
- Using the ‘Marcratic method‘ of asking questions of evidence to keep the burden-of-proof on the one making the claim(s).
- Anthony from CA recently had his traffic ticket thrown out of court after filing the demur/motion to dismiss and Brady request.
- The mountain of evidence available to any skeptic to determine the level of effectiveness of using effective damage control.
- The intentions of those who take Marc’s suggestion to question the evidence that authoritah claim their authority is based upon.
- Asking the questions of evidence is nothing less than court activism in effort to help bring about a voluntary society and comes with all the associated risks of dissenting against authoritarians.
- Marc may be jamming with the folk at Living Tea Brewing Co at Libertopia, where he’ll also be giving a talk on ‘journalism activism.’
- “Don’t confuse you’re willingness to kill me as evidence of jurisdiction.”
- Breaking the conditioning of the statist double standard.
- Taking opportunities to hold bad judges and bureaucrats accountable during election cycles by confronting them and recording the event for publication.
- Marc may well make it out to see Primus & the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble show in Phoenix.
- NH supreme court decides ‘jury nullification’ law is not a jury nullification law in Rich Paul’s case and why its a much stronger defense to challenge concrete issues of fact rather than interpretive issues of law/opinion.
- Insurance corporation’s significant lobbying efforts towards judges to influence pursuing convictions that allow driving record point accumulation so they, the insurance corporations, can then charge much higher rates. [side-note/trick question: should mandatory insurance be illegal?]
- The lack of empathy from juries with DUI defendants.
- An IRS agent says “it depends” on whether its okay and acceptable to force people to pay for products and services. 😐
- Video documenting police abuse, excessive force, harassment, or incidents of corruption.
- Non-compliance Chip’s AiLL where all his felony charges were eventually dropped.
- The jury’s blink compliance to the system despite the brutal victimization happening before their eyes.
- Horror stories of judges accepting inconsistent testimony from the prosecution’s witnesses.
- How to petition due to ineffective counsel.
- Mike from TX: update on the legal attack being waged against him by his local bureaucrats <> factoring a cost-benefit-analysis on plea bargaining a victimless crime charge <> and the cop administering a flurry of sobriety tests until he got the results he was looking for to charge his victim with DUI.
- Marva from GA: what if you aren’t drinking but a lying police officer cites you for DUI? <> municipal revenue generation schemes that victimize locals and travelers <> a court had to reverse hundreds of convictions because of a corrupt judge that was outed <> the judge blatantly and blindly denies all of the defendant’s motions <> multiple violations of due process <> the prosecutor claims they had “no idea” the tape, that they made the defendant pay for that video documented the encounter, was blank <> after a hung jury, the judge brought the case back up on grounds of mistrial <> sympathy from other attorneys in the courtroom for the exploited defendant <> the consequences of having a public defender working with you <> filing a motion for post-conviction relief <>
- Patriot Wonder from FL: when questioning jurisdiction, why not follow up with “factually what is the “CITY” or “STATE OF”? <> there’s no such thing as the STATE OF ARIZONA <> and non-filer tax complications.
- Cory from FL: the judge entered a plea of “no contest” on the defendant’s behalf after an objection on grounds of a breach-of-fairness <> and the defendant used an unsigned plea of guilty to be able to ask questions of evidence before entering a plea.
- Jeff joins the show in a bonus segment on his alleged evidence to prove the law applies.
Editor’s note: production is complete up to the 1 hour 34 minute mark, show notes and audio cleanup pending. Other than that, its basically the full podcast.