Co-hosts: Calvin and JT.
- Next week’s show will also be prerecorded, so please do not call in as there will be no board-op to handle your call.
- Once again, responding to the half-baked criticisms of, seemingly, the only person who is confused in thinking that Marc puts himself out there as an legal counselor of some sort. 😐
- “Enhanced interrogation techniques” is much like considering rape “enhanced dating techniques” or slavery as “enhanced employment opportunity.”
- Most everyone has reported that their experience pro per in court has been a net benefit, despite the outcome good or bad.
- Recognizing government counter-intelligence style operational methods of smear campaigns to discredit, disrupt, and misdirect.
- How secrecy kills many people unnecessarily as per the stories of Rich Blee and Alfreda Bikowsky. <- new The Intercept article!
- More blaming the victim rhetoric from mainstream media talking heads in the Eric Garner and Micheal Brown cases where an unarmed person is murdered by the police.
- People accepting the statist double-standard is the source of all of this police/political abuse upon society. <- ChicagoTorture.org
- Political borders are remnants of since abolished monarchic empires.
- Militaristic cyber and intelligence task forces being installed in local police departments.
- Blanket political persecution is being committed upon everybody: taxation; “pay us to rule/police you.”
- The gross, incoherent rationalization of statists, and their apologists, on the recent CIA torture report.
- The profiling of the most vulnerable persons in society is an integral component of the prison-industrial-complex.
- Soft sentencing of convicted criminal bureaucrats.
- Religious reverence for statism and government, even from atheists.
- Most clever criminals seek the cover of the STATE/government, that’ll sanction their criminal activity, to carry out their operations.
- The logical fallacies and cheer-leading behind deniers of the findings of the Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture.
- Difficulty marketing the No STATE Project show to affiliates, sponsors, and other shows because of the anarchy and activism regularly promoted on the broadcast.
- Advertisers’ Influence on the News Media Is Widespread:
■ 93.2 percent said sponsors had “threatened to withdraw advertising from [the] paper because
of the content of the stories.” (89 percent replied that the advertisers followed through on this
■ 89.9 percent responded that advertisers had “tried to influence the content of a news story or
■ 36.7 percent said that advertisers had “succeeded in influencing news or features in [the]
■ 71.4 percent said that “an advertiser tried to kill a story at [the] newspaper.”
■ 55.1 percent revealed that they had gotten “pressure from within [the] paper to write or tailor
news stories to please advertisers.”
- Force-equalizing instruments: firearms, cryptography, anonymity, ect.
- Non-aggression principal versus non-violence principal.
- Moral justified use of a firearm is not a license to kill.
- The inevitability of running into a bureaucratic legal-attack when engaging in the use of firearms and/or cannabis and the counter-productiveness of liberty activists running tail-tucked to lawyers when cited for their civil-disobedience.
- De-politicize drug prohibition: it is anti-choice, anti-life, anti-freedom, and pro-sociopath.
- Jeffery Weinhaus’ police shooting incident/saga over a misdemeanor amount of cannabis.
- Government is of the largest drug kingpins.
- The net effect of success in the courtroom keeps the No STATE Project viable and meaningful as activists continue to stand on their principals and defend themselves.
- Citation in New Jersey kicked from court [not yet posted] by asking effective questions of evidence and filing the paperwork.
- Is there no merit in recognizing when an average Joe is able to go into court and get their ticket dismissed by asking questions that expose the gun in the room and the facade of statism?
- Giving credit for anyone who is willing to stand up for their valued principals to in court.
- “Men of principal are easy to admire, but men of compromise….”
- Jerry Cobb’s Mountain of Evidence or Logical Fallacy?
- Horror stories of defendants that have retained a lawyer and have unfortunately had there records irreversibly damaged because of such ineffective counsel.
- Do ‘principally inconsistent’ and/or ‘outcome-based reasoning’ public speakers deserve their audiences?
- Without brave civilly disobedient activists and dissenters, what kind of oppressive world would we be subject to today?
- Organizing local workshops for teaching and role-playing to better prepare to effectively defend yourself and others for court.
- Using the many examples on the website to help guide and build a template to achieve successful damage control in court.
- Overcoming the pressure and risks to defend yourself against bureaucrats.
- A public prosecutor referred to Marc as “the notorious tax protester.”