The Liberty Mic
110:  Speed Trials

110: Speed Trials

November 26, 2021

We discuss the two well-publicized trials which recently concluded and their relations to race in the US. We, also, throw in a little political news and some health stuff to close.

Episode 109:  Theater

Episode 109: Theater

November 22, 2021

All the world's a stage, and we continue to play our parts.  Perhaps it's time to start questioning the Director, doubting the playwright or challenging the audience before we exit the stage.  Meanwhile, the next stage of authoritarianism has been reached in Europe.

108:  Inoculation Center

108: Inoculation Center

November 11, 2021

How do you honor veterans as an anti-war libertarian?  We have some suggestions, but they don't involve supporting the Pentagon.  There's an update on drone bombing as well as OSHA rules.  Then, we discuss the Pfizer testing fiasco; and we end on some interesting general discussion.

107:  Remember the Alamo

107: Remember the Alamo

November 5, 2021

A battle has been won in the fight over education.  Fights continue over inflation and the global economy.  Unrelated:  It's important to learn how to use a firearm safely.

106:  Execute Orders

106: Execute Orders

October 22, 2021

We continue on the theme of the last episode with government overreach, blatant power grabs and assumption of Constitutional powers that aren't in the Constitution.

105:  Stu‘s Blues

105: Stu‘s Blues

October 11, 2021

When is a whistleblower a whistleblower and when is a whistleblower a traitor? Is the Insta hype really about protecting your children, and who really makes the rules here anyway?

104:  Blowin‘ Up

104: Blowin‘ Up

September 24, 2021

Somehow, immigration is an issue, even under a new President. We discuss pros and cons, while thousands huddle under a bridge in southern Texas. We address the drone wars in the context of the US' final offensive act in Afghanistan; and we close with war powers and the dangers of an independent military.

103:  Which ‘R‘ Word?

103: Which ‘R‘ Word?

September 17, 2021

There's a mutiny against the Biden mandates, while we discuss legal precedent and Constitutional reality.  There's, also, the rationing of the Regeneron therapy. We finish with a question of what does government really do for you and where the reptile brain comes in.

102:  Rights Are Cheap

102: Rights Are Cheap

September 10, 2021

One small hobble for an old man, one giant leap towards fascism, as Biden announces plans to control who businesses hire and what requirements they make for employment.  Also, the effects of money and emergency in government.

101:  Our Panglossian Predicate

101: Our Panglossian Predicate

September 3, 2021

Pregnancy is a disease.  War is hell.  And coercion is a right to be protected.

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