For this episode, Mike Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment center came on. We discuss the many ways the 10th Amendment center is helping state governments stand up to unconstitutional power-grabs and abuses from Washington DC.
Some of the issues covered are guns, marijuana (and other drugs) the defend the guard initiative, Yucca Mountain, denying the Feds access to water to cool their surveillance data storage sites, and much much more.
John Tsarpalas is the President of the Nevada Policy Research Institute. www.npri.org
The NPRI mission is to "encourage free-market solutions, protect individual liberties, and eliminate unnecessary governmental restrictions on the citizens and businesses of Nevada."
John has an interesting background in politics, he is a long-time libertarian, but he has a history of running campaigns and winning elections in Illinois as a Republican. In this episode we talk about his background, school choice, unions, and government transparency.
In this episode, Charles, Jeff, Adam, and Randy talk about the Rittenhouse trial, the media, and of course libertarianism.
Adam and Randy had a great conversation with Pat Kerby today. Pat is a Nevadan and a longtime libertarian. We talk about his involvement in presidential politics, how he became a libertarian, Nye County becoming a 2nd amendment sanctuary, government schools and his web series Max Justice.
Adam and I have Jesse on the show. Jesse is someone who's been very active organizing demonstrations in Las Vegas. On this episode, we talk about his background, finance, inflation and, of course, corona mandates.
Brenden Boudreau is the Field Director for the National Association for Gun Rights. His organization is focused on bringing Constitutional Carry to states around the country. We talked about their successes, their approach to expanding gun rights, holding politicians accountable, and examples of "bad" Constitutional carry legislation.
In this episode Adam Haman and Randy Sadac talk with Elko County Commissioner Delmo Andreozzi. We chat about covid mandates, Elko County, and more.
Chairman of the LPNV, Charles Melchin, Vice-Chair of the LPNV Jeff Hurley, and Secretary of the LPNV Katie Banuelos, join host Randy Sadac for a talk about COVID, the financial mess we're in, libertarian answers for getting out of it, and national divorce.
In this episode host Randy Sadac talks with two County Commissioners from White Pine County in Nevada. White Pine is one of the counties in the state that has resisted many of the COVID mandates over the past 18 months.
Darby Lee Burns is an active member at LP events and is a great spokesman for the ideas of liberty. He started out politically as a self-avowed communist. Adam Haman and I talk to Darby about his origin story, Alinsky's Rules for Radicals, and his first hand account of an incident where he discovered how effective one man with a megaphone could be.