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Freedom in Numbers
141 minutes | Aug 22, 2020
#19 Truth Or Dare
Having grown weary of narratives, lies, and half-truths, this week on Freedom In Numbers, we play a game of Truth or Dare. And we ask all of you to give it a try with family and friends too!
153 minutes | Aug 15, 2020
#18 Go Back To Freedom
Why is the two party system ignoring the Libertarian Party? The brainwashing, conditioning, misinformation, and fear propagated by The Establishment has got to end at some point.
112 minutes | Aug 8, 2020
#17 The Popularity Contest
Do we want to see leaders with integrity, intelligence, and compassion? Or do we want to continue to be led by whomever can win the nations popularity contest?
124 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
#16 We're Trying To Help You Heal
It becomes more and more difficult every day to have a conversation, about anything. However, dad and I talk this week about the comedy and hypocrisy in politics, the media, and entertainment.
81 minutes | Jul 25, 2020
#15 Don't Trust The Green Scooters
Back from a crazy week, we get into face masks, the weird world of sports, and schools reopening. Also, we do a breakdown on one topic of the Libertarian Party Platform, drug incarceration.
15 minutes | Jul 16, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.16.2020
I can't help but to do my own story on the new Burger King commercial. Skip to the three minute mark if you have already heard this jingle a few too many times.
11 minutes | Jul 15, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.15.2020
States turning over driver license and ID card information to the census bureau and Nick Cannon may have the most racist podcast in history.
15 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.14.2020
Jo Jorgensen and Spike Cohen give their acceptance speeches at the 2020 Libertarian National Convention this weekend. I go over their two most controversial platforms as well as some of my personal favorites.
11 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.13.2020
I shame everyone involved in the Grace Baptist Church incidents for their inability to have a conversation.
91 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
#14 Stand Up For Freedom
I take a stand on what I am willing to die for. Steve and I try to answer the question of who started the fire. On the rundown sheet: The Roman Catholic Church and other scams of the PPP, Operation Legend, and South Carolina's temporary ban on no-knock warrants.
15 minutes | Jul 10, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.10.2020
This Friday's edition of What the Fed?!, I tell you about the time the Federal Government spent $10 million dollars throwing parties for hipsters and paying them cash money to quit smoking.
10 minutes | Jul 9, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.9.2020
History must be viewed with a lens of the past. Times change, and thankfully, the world as a whole only continues to improve.
15 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.8.2020
The FDA is quite possibly the most flagrantly wasteful agency within the US Federal Government.
11 minutes | Jul 7, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.7.2020
I break down pandering and a couple of the ways I can think of that our politicians are like pimps. In other news: Shia Lebouf is hardcore, politicians are still corrupt, and TikTok pulls out of Hong Kong.
7 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.6.2020
The prime protest example was seen this Independence Day when folks of all creeds, colors, and ideals joined forces in Richmond to combat Unconstitutional gun laws and police overreach. In other news: mysterious elephant deaths, Trump supports second stimulus, Independence Day air quality, and President Kanye West.
10 minutes | Jul 3, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.3.2020
Welcome to the first official Friday edition of What the Fed?. This week, I tell you about the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and some of the crazy inventions they have helped to create. Enjoy your Independence Day Weekend!
9 minutes | Jul 2, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.2.2020
Censorship in America is rapidly approaching that of a nation on the verge of violent revolution. In other news: Ghislaine Maxwell in FBI custody, Swine flu, subpoenas, and Trump's huge new stimulus package.
8 minutes | Jul 1, 2020
Morning Mouthful 7.1.2020
Today, I take a deep dive into some of the insanity and irony surrounding the ideals of "big-government". In other news: SQ802, replacing the Green New Deal, and the fall of CHAZ/CHOP.
11 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
Morning Mouthful 6.30.2020
The Presidential Daily Briefing: should we the people take it seriously? In other news: Supreme Court continues to shred state law, a new Swine Flu, and Colorado, Utah, and Oklahoma primary elections.
8 minutes | Jun 29, 2020
Morning Mouthful 6.29.2020
What dangerous freedoms are you going to enjoy in the week leading up to America's Independence Day? In other news: Tulsa PD on a man hunt, natural disasters wrecking havoc globally, and State polling booths opening up tomorrow.
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