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The Todd Andrew Barnett Show
71 minutes | Sep 22, 2014
Episode 25: Scottish Independence and Secession
Todd Andrew Barnett returns to talk about his thoughts on Scottish Independence and secession worldwide. He also talks about the 1. The TV show Revolution that was cancelled after the second season 2. Tax inversions relentlessly pursued by the Obama administration and 3. The Climate March in New York City, which featured actors Mark Ruffalo, Leonard DiCrapio, singer Sting, actress Evangeline Lilly, NYC Mayor DeBlasio, and former Veep Al Gore. I objected to the fact that they've been trying to force us to wear loincloths and hunt with spears and live in caves.
20 minutes | Sep 18, 2014
Return of the Todd Andrew Barnett Show, Show and Life Updates, Etc.
Todd Andrew Barnett returns to his show The Todd Andrew Barnett Show to talk about why his show was on hiatus, his life and health updates, and so on.
152 minutes | May 16, 2013
Episode 24: Obama's Lack of Patience, IRS and Congress, Etc.
In the twenty-fourth episode, Todd discussed the following topics: 1. Obama shows his lack of patience regarding reports of the IRS "targeting conservative Tea Party groups for additional scrutiny" during the 2012 election. Obama says, "So we'll wait and see what exactly all the details and the facts are. But I've got no patience with it. I will not tolerate it. And we'll make sure that we find out exactly what happened on this." Is it true that the IRS singled out those groups? Did this probe into those Tea Party organizations actually occur? And, if they did, why wasn't this report out last year when the alleged incidents occurred? We'll look into this one for sure. 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 3. The IRS didn't tell Congress about its probe into those TEA Party groups. Is this why Republicans are up in arms over this clusterfuck? Would the Democrats be just as outraged if the same practice were done on the Occupy groups? What is going to happen as a result of this incredible fallout? Let's discuss it today while we still can. 4. Ron Paul's op-ed on the resurfacing of the Benghazi, Libya attacks a year ago indicates it's a side effect of U.S. foreign policy interventionism. Is Ron Paul spot-fucking-on, or is he delusional? How is the media handling his take on the matter? Are the Democrats and Republicans pissed off? We'll find out for certain today!! 5. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 6. Ron Paul states on his weekly podcast that U.S. states are rejecting the failed War on Drugs. This is excellent news to me, but how do the people feel about this? Do they oppose that rejection? I bet the statists at the White House Office of Drug Control Policy are not too thrilled about this. What might they be saying about this? Let's look into that!!! 7. A new research study claims that both formula and breast milk are beneficial for some newborn infants. So artificial and natural milk combined will help "some babies?" Why not *ALL* babies? Why only some? Let's make out what this study says... 8. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 9. Glenn Greenwald rips Bill Maher apart on his stance on Benghazi and U.S. foreign policy. It's outstanding that he pulled this. Maher, the statist limousine liberal, really is clueless, and Greenwald making him stew in his own juices was such a treat. 10. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 11. Susan Porter, author of the book "Bully Nation," tells Stossel that laws against bullying in the government schools are wrong, beca
120 minutes | May 9, 2013
Episode 23: More on Adam Kokesh's DC Gun March, Ben Stone, Etc.
In the twenty-second episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Adam Kokesh says that he will continue his plans to go on that D.C. march with loaded rifles slung on his and his supporters' backs on Independence Day. Supporters like Chistopher Cantwell are *NOT* helping the situation at all, considering he is pushing it heavily. And, on top of that, the mainstream media is all over this, and the D.C. and Arlington police have been notified of this and state that they will be ready. I feel this won't go well for Adam and his supporters. What do you think? Is Adam onto something here, or is he just bat-shit crazy? Or is this just a publicity stunt (as I truly suspect it is)? 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 3. Hardcore libertarian/anarchist Ben Stone condemns the march and Kokesh's idea and plans to launch it. He explains why this is the worst idea ever. I concur with him 100 percent. 4. Coca Cola plans to stop selling its Coke products to kids globally. Is this the best idea they've had in mind, or are they doing this out of political pressure? We'll explore that. 5. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 6. The verdict is in for Jodi Arias, ex-waitress who stabbed and killed her ex-boyfriend with a gun. The jurors have found her guilty of first-degree murder. Why did she kill her ex-lover? Was it truly in self-defense as she claims it was? You tell me. 7. Kokesh changes tactics by calling for D.C. residents to break every unconstitutinal law they "choose" on Independence Day, according to the Hit & Run blog at Reason.com. 8. Washington Post blog writes that Kokesh's planned march is "nutty" and should not "enter D.C." Well, this isn't looking good for Adam and his disciples. The question now becomes: will Adam and his people listen to reason? Will he think twice about what he's doing? I doubt it. 9. A Boston, Massachusetts police chief goes on public record to state that the federal government *NEVER* warned the city about suspected bomber Tamberlen Tsarnaev until after the bombings. Well, isn't that a surprise? Um, nope, not at all. Here's another example of statist stupidity. Why didn't the Feds warn the residents and the city, including its police personnel, about the warning signs of Tamberlen before it was too late? A red tape clusterfuck if you ask me. 10. The accused Cleveland, Ohio kidnapper Ariel Castro, a man who kidnapped three women and held them captive for nearly a decade, is now in isolation and on suicide watch. His bond has
120 minutes | May 7, 2013
Episode 22: AVTM's Adam Kokesh to Lead D.C. March, Etc.
In the twenty-second episode, Todd will discuss the following topics: 1. Adam Versus The Man's Adam Kokesh, who is interviewed by Infowar.com's Alex Jones on this subject, calls fr and plans to lead armed march to Washington, D.C. in an attempt to "put the government on notice" on Independence Day. In effect, he and those who will attempt to march to the White House packing heat will be met with great opposition and force. Is he right to do this? Is his call for an overthrow of the U.S. federal government a legitimate one? Is he going to succeed? I will weigh in on this. URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwsqDMUYlvw 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 3. Lew Rockwell tells Jones that Adam's plan to march to D.C. is a bad idea. Is he right, or is he wrong? Is Adam Kokesh out of his mind, or is he onto something? You'll find out how I feel about this situation, and you may be surprised with my thoughts and logic on this. URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZH_xCufbjg 4. Robel Phillipos, the teenager who was accused of lying to the Feds regarding his role in the Boston Marathon Bombings, was freed on $100,000 bail bond. He was charged with lying to the government for making bombs for Tamberlen and Dhzokhar Tsarnaev, the alleged bombers who have been pegged by the federal government and its media sycophants of having been directly involved in the attacks. Did he make false statements? We'll explore that thought and more. 5. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 6. Microsoft has sold 100 million copies of its new Windows 8 operating system and developed new updates for it. It plans to issue tweaks to its Windows 8 mini-tablets. But the new OS is struggling in the PC and tablet markets, although it plans to issue updates to the current system to make the apps easier to use. Will Microsoft succeed in its efforts? Will Windows 8 grow on its users and gain a much bigger market share, or will it become a horrendous flop just like Vista was in 2007? We shall see, won't we? 8. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 9. Judge Belvin Perry, who presided over the Casey Anthony Trial in Florida nearly two years ago, comes forward with his sentiment of "being shocked" and "in disbelief" at the jury finding Anthony not guilty for first-degree murder of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee who was found in a wooded location near her home in Orlando in September of 2008. After two years of the trial being finally over, why now? Why is he coming out now? What does he possibly gain from t
124 minutes | May 3, 2013
Episode 21: Homeland Security Cracks Down on Student Visas, NRA, Etc.
In the twenty-first episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Homeland Insecurity - ahem, Security - begins to crack down on foreign student Visas as a response to the recent Boston bombings. Just great. I wonder what the civil liberties violations will be. 2. The National Rifle Association (NRA)'s national convention begins today, with Wayne LaPierre attacking "the culture war" by stating, "Our freedoms are under attack." This is the same organization that compromises on the Second Amendment and gun rights and caves in to half-assed, pathetic measures offered by the GOP and the Democrats, yet we are supposed to open our wallets and support them? Are they serious? Please, give us a break!!! 3. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 4. A 14-year-old Chicago boy arranges a sexual encounter with a black prostitute via his iPad. However, when they meet, she pepper sprays him and steals his jar of money, piggy bank, and his iPad. This story is hilarious and classic! Don't miss this! 5. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 6. Alex Jones takes the douche-bag position that the Boston bombings are "a false flag operation" and that the government, including its CIA, "planted the bombs." He's playing the old "it's-an-inside-job" card all over again! What a prick! He does this at the expense of the 264 injured victims and the three dead spectators who were killed in that incident! Disgusting as hell! 7. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 8. My appearance on last night's Free Talk Live regarding the Boston bombings resulted in Ian and Mark having a heated exchange on the air. Why? Listen to the clip! And more to come.....on the Todd Andrew Barnett Show!!!!!
159 minutes | May 2, 2013
Episode 20: Kriss Kross, Amanda Bynes, Boston Marathon Bombings, Etc.
In the twentieth episode, Todd celebrates the return of his talk radio show and then discusses the following topics: 1. Chris Kelly of Kriss Kross, the infamous rap duo, has been found dead. 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 3. Amanda Bynes gets attacked on Twitter by conservative hit woman Michelle Malkin and celebrity Jenny McCarthy and becomes the subject of a news report in which cops allegedly show up at her house because she's on drugs. 4. My thoughts on the Boston Marathon bombings - from the day the bombs went off to the arrest and hospitalization of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. 5. Commercial break. [5-6 minutes] 6. Guest blogger on libertarian blogger and Reason employee Cathy Reisenwitz's new Thoughts on Liberty blog discussing the fact that she's a "cam girl" and why she's not ashamed of it. 7. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 8. Ron Paul's op-ed on the Watertown city shut-down on the heels of the Boston Marathon bombings is right on the spot, yet he is slammed by the mainstream media for saying it. 9. Occasional Free Talk Live co-host Julia Miranda calls Ian Freeman out on the carpet on his Facebook feed and on the April 26th episode of FTL for "publicly shaming" people for opening the doors to let the cops go after the Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. 10. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 11. Lawmakers recently meeting clandestinely to exclude themselves from ObamaCare, its mandate, and its provisions. 12. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 13. Dr. Kris Held, M.D. tweets on her Twitter feed that doctors are walking out on a doctor's conference set-up to determine how ObamaCare will be implemented. There you have it...on The Todd Andrew Barnett Show!!!!* [*Note: The show was almost 2 hours and 40 minutes long this time, because of certain topics I had drawn out on the air, but thatÃ¢??s ok. This is a great debut of a show returning to the airwaves.]
63 minutes | Nov 7, 2012
Episode 19: Obama Wins Re-Election, Gary Johnson's Results, Etc.
In this nineteenth episodez*, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Obama wins re-election to the White House with 303 electoral votes, all the while overpowering Romney's 206 electoral votes. Contrary to weeks of pundits on both the Left and the Right claiming that this election was going to be a close one, it just wasn't the case at all. Not by a long shot. Romney and the Republicans couldn't look more defeated than ever. 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 3. Karl Rove continued to deny Ohio going to Obama on Fox News last night, although his employer called it a win for the President. He said that the votes needed to be counted. Really, Karl? Your employer called it a win, so how can it not be a win? Just because you don't want it to be a win? As for Gingrich, he told Charlie Rose that he and several top, prominent Republicans were wrong about Romney winning the electoral votes needed for his election. Say it again, Rove. It feels good to hear you guys say that your boy Mitty didn't win. And the GOP said Ron Paul was unelectable. Who's unelectable now? LMAO! 4. Gary Johnson is the first Libertarian to win 1% of the vote, with over a million votes and more counting. Will he run again in 2016? And what does this mean for the Libertarian Party nationally and statewide across the country? 5. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 6. Puerto Rican becomes the 51st state to join the Union, with 54 percent voting YES to become part of the U.S. fully and 46 percent going for NO. Congress has to pass it, despite the fact that it is severely divided once again and facing another round of gridlocks along the way. Will Americans embrace Puerto Rico? I embrace Puerto Rico as one of us now. There it is.... That and all on The Todd Andrew Barnett Show. *Note: The show started at around 9:27 p.m. EST in lieu of 9 p.m. EST due to an issue with my malfunctioning headset.
62 minutes | Oct 26, 2012
Episode 18: Obama and Romney's March Through The Swing States, Etc.
In this eighteenth episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Obama and Romney march through swing states, although the presidential campaigns near the finish line. Both campaigns are pumping up their bids for the White House, despite Obama's lead in the national polls and surveys. Should we really care whether Romney and Obama shore up the vote? And does this really matter in the grand scheme of things? We'll find out soon enough..... 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 3. Former Republican legislator Charlie Fuqua calls for the death penalty for children, the mass deportation of all Muslims, and parents who neglect their children to be sterilized. Is this guy fucking nuts or what? You tell me... 4. Libertarian Party chairman and Underground Railroad Adrian Wylie is contemplating a Florida gubernatorial run in 2014. Should he run or shouldn't he? What do you think he'll run on? We'll find out soon enough. 5. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 6. Hollywood actress and director Lena Dunham's controversial political ad favoring Obama is getting a lot of press...as well as heat. Why? We'll talk about that. All this and more on the Todd Andrew Barnett Show!!!!
62 minutes | Oct 24, 2012
Episode 17: Last Monday's Final Debate Between Romney and Obama, Etc.
In this seventeenth episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Romney and Obama echo the most similar (that is, the almost identical talking points) regarding Libya, Iran, Israel, and the entire Arab world in last Monday night's final debate between the two of them. Obama came off extremely angry and self-righteous, not to mention repugnant, while Romney, while appearing to be calmer than Obama, came off as a complete shill for Israel and very hawkish and neoconservative in his call against "extremists" - the jihadists, that is. Is Romney out of his mind for taking this bold position? Isn't he calling for more statism in world affairs? And why the hell is he calling for foreign aid for Israel? Hmmmm? 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 3. Justin Raimondo of Antiwar.com, in an op-ed titled "Debate Summary: Israel, Israel, Israel, Israel" published on LewRockwell.com, calls out Romney and Obama on their bullshit regarding Israel and their vile calls to attack Iran via sanctions and militaristic brute force, their saccharine defense of Israel, how horrific it is that Syria is Iran's Arab ally, etc. What is bullshit about their arguments? Let's get to them on the air.... 4. The Third Party Presidential Debates hosted at the Hilton Hotel in Chicago on October 23rd, 2012 were far better than the debates between Romney and Obama. The vivacious and extraordinary energies between presidential candidates Dr. Jill Stein, Rocky Anderson, Virgil Goode, and my guy Gary Johnson are exciting. My analysis of the arguments are on the way... 5. Commercial break. [4 minutes.] 6. Obama says tight race doesn't surprise him. Say what? 7. Yaron Brooks and Leonard Peikoff, two Ayn Rand Objectivists and fundamentalists, say in a podcast that, when Murray Rothbard died, libertarianism should have died with him. How pathetic and disgusting! All tonight on the Todd Andrew Barnett Show!!!!
121 minutes | Oct 18, 2012
The TABS Episode: Tuesday Night's Presidential Debate
In this special two-hour episode of the Todd Andrew Barnett Show, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. While some media pundits say Obama won last night's debate at Hofkstra University in New York, I say it was Mitt Romney. Why? I'll give the details, and also I will play some clips of what was said at the debate. Who do you think won? You decide. 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 3. More on the Romney vs. Obama debate continues. Tonight will be an analytical break-down of what happened last night. A transcript copy of the debate will be used on hand. What did you *REALLY* think of the debates last night? Tell me what you think, and you'll get a cookie for doing just that. Just kidding. :D 4. FEE hires a neocon to write for the Freeman publication after it discharged legendary left-libertarian Sheldon Richman from that service. This neocon douche bag is none other than Max Borders. Why did FEE do that? Why this dude? Couldn't they hired some consistent libertarian to take over that journal? Don't they understand that they answer to the shareholders of the organization - the donors and supporters that is? To make things worse, FEE even sold Leonard Reed's old mansion on the market. This is as pathetic as one possibly can get. 5. Commercial break. [5 minutes] 6. Yours Truly here gets attacked viciously by FEE President Larry Reed for - get this! - spreading "idle gossip" about FEE and claims that I have "no influence" and "no knowledge" of the inner workings at FEE. Really? Am I just some schmuck with the words "shitbag" and "idiot" engraved on my forehead? Puhhhleeazzzze. 7. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 8. Apparently Max Borders cheers on Paul Wolfowitz and George W. Bush. Can we say fuckwad......like how many times? 9. The media is reporting that Romney and Obama made a secret compact with the Commission on Presidential Debates a short time ago. When exactly? I don't know, but this is very controversial. Even Counterpunch and the Left's own hero Ralph Nader condemns the debates and accuses them of what they really are: a sham! I agree 10,000%, Ralph, and there's plenty more where that came from. 10. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 11. The FBI arrests a man who purportedly and allegedly attempted to blow up the New York Federal Reserve. The public, according to the government, was never in danger because the explosives were never in working condition and of how an undercover agent closely monitored the situation. Really? REALLY? Am I supposed to believe
58 minutes | Oct 16, 2012
Episode 16: More on the VP Debate, Tonight's Obama Vs. Romney Debate, Etc.
In this sixteenth episode, Todd discusses the following: 1. More on what Vice President Joe Biden and Paul Ryan said at the VP debate last Thursday. No clips are available and an analytical break-down of what happened are discussed on tonight's show. Do you trust either one? I sure as hell don't. 2. Commerical break. [6 minutes] 3. Tonight's second debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama is expected. What do you think? Will Obama win this time, or are we gonna see Mitt Romney pull another win like he did the last time? The spectacle is gonna get glossier than ever. It's showtime, baby! 4. Leah Lynn-Plante's statement about her arrest and imprisonment will be aired. She reads from her statement about what happened and why it happened to her. This is most definitely powerful stuff, considering it's as good as it's gonna get. 5. Commercial break. [4 minutes] 6. Netanyahu praises the European Union (EU)'s move to level sanctions on Iran. And Mitt Romney is your typical puppet of the Israeli prime minister. Neither Netanyahu nor the European Union has any business killing off Iran's economy with sanctions, and they don't remove the Iranian prime minister and his thugs from power. They just kill off tens of thousands of innocent Iranian men, women, and children. As long as Netanyahu can justify his act, he can do whatever he wants in the name of nation-statism, Zionism, etc. We shouldn't be in the business of providing subsidies to Israel, and, if we hadn't in the first place, Netanyahu and his cronies wouldn't be in power, now would they? All of this on The Todd Andrew Barnett Show tonight!!!!
60 minutes | Oct 13, 2012
Episode 15: What Was Said at Thursday''s VP Debate, Etc.
In this specially-timed fifteenth episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. VP Joe Biden himself kicked Paul Ryan's ass at the debate this past Thursday night. In effect, he made Paul Ryan look like Pinnochio who wouldn't get his puppet strings cut. All the media pundits called it a win for Biden, unlike the Republicans who refused to admit it. What did you guys think of it? One key clip is heard. More will be aired on Monday. You tell me what you think. 2. Commercial break. [2 - 3 minutes] 3. Free Talk Live host Ian Freeman detained twice by the TSA at an airport on his way back to New Hampshire after a business trip. Mark Edge asked Ian to charge his cell phone using a rechargeable battery that Ian had in his backpack. Angel Clark also covers this at the Examiner.com. We hear it in Ian's words from his chat on Free Talk Live. Even a caller calls Ian out on his experience. 4. Leah Lynne-Plante, a 24-year-old lesbian, vegan, and anti-State anarchist, was sentenced to prison by a secret jury hell bent on crucifying and persecuting anarchists in the entire Liberty movement in Seattle, Washington. What's to happen to her? Monday we will hear her words for the first time. 5. Commercial break. [2 minutes] 6. Bruce Springsteen rocks out for Obama, along with a number of rockers in the music industry. It's better that there are pro-Liberty musicians like Jordan Page who are on the side of freedom and not on the side of tyranny like Springsteen, John Cougar Mellancamp, and John Legend. That's what we talk about on The Todd Andrew Barnett Show tonight!!!!
33 minutes | Oct 11, 2012
Special TABS Episode: The VP Debate Tonight, Anarchy, Etc.
In this special 30-minute episode tonight at 8 p.m. EST, Todd discusses the following special topics: 1. Joe Biden versus Paul Ryan debate is on tonight. How will Paul Ryan fare? How will Biden fare? It's hard to say, but then again I have a feeling Joe Biden will be creaming Ryan big time. Then again I could be wrong. it's hard to tell, so we'll find out tonight, ok? 2. Commercial break. [2 minutes] 3. My Facebook post talks about why some voluntaryists/anarchists "don't get the point." I even wrote, "Perhaps they never will." We'll go over the responses on Facebook, and see how that goes. What do you think? My point is a reflection about how we deal with private aggressors who harm their victims in the absence of the State. After all, the State isn't the only violent aggressor out there. 4. ABC News says that there will be 11 things you will hear in tonight's debate. What are they? Let's find out as we quickly go through them before the show is over. Plus, Libertarian vice-presidential candidate Judge Gray will be giving his commentary on and during tonight's debate. It's to be featured on Google Hangout and YouTube tonight. Check it out! :) All within a half-hour span on The Todd Andrew Barnett Show tonight on TalkShoe.com!!!
60 minutes | Oct 10, 2012
Episode 14: More on Mitt Romney's Foreign Policy Speech, Stacey Dash, Etc.
In this specially-timed fourteenth episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Here's more on Mitt Romney's foreign policy speech at the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) the other day. Various clips of his speech will be played in the first part of this show. 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 3. Actress Stacey Dash appeared on Piers Morgan's CNN show to discuss the racially-charged epithets and political attacks aimed at her via her Twitter account after she came out supporting Mitt Romney. How do you think she did? I agree that people have a right to their views, as she said. That doesn't give her a license to say that her views are in the right, and she needs to realize she's as fair game as anyone else regardless of ideology. 4. Romney re-affirms his position on defunding Planned Parenthood. CNN has proven that Romney went from being in favor of abortion rights in Massachusetts to opposing them today. Would Mitty care to explain his flip flop? Does the State have any right to dictate what women can and can do without their bodies? I support eliminating federal funding for Planned Parenthood, but that's a priority that should be on Romney's low list right now. 5. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 6. VP debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan begins tonight at 9 p.m. EST and ends at 10:30 p.m. EST. Issues from taxes to foreign policy are supposed to be covered. Is this gonna be a real snoozer? Plus, Libertarian vice-presidential candidate Jim Gray will weigh in on and during the debate tonight. That should be interesting. Only tonight on the Todd Andrew Barnett Show!!!!
61 minutes | Oct 9, 2012
Episode 13: Romney's Foreign Policy Speech, Jerry Sandusky, Etc.
In this thirteenth episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Mitt Romney gave his foreign policy speech at the Virginia Military Institute (VMI). He criticizes Obama's "failures" in his handling in the Middle East, especially in Libya, and that the anti-Muslim video cannot be blamed for the murder of the four U.S. diplomats murdered on Libyan soil. Yet Romney is a puppet of Netanyahu and plans to further our foreign policy of interventionism, especially in Libya and Iran. Is Romney right in his speech, or is he full of shit and spinning it to buy votes for his election to the White House? Does Romney favor free trade and liberty, or does he champion managed trade (protectionism) and absolute tyranny via the guise of "free markets"? 2. Commercial break. [5 minutes.] 3. Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky gets 30 to 60 years years for molesting boys in the boys' locker room. That means he will be in the state penn - not Penn State - for the rest of his sexual life. But isn't that what college coaches do best? Molesting boys? Isn't that how coaches "marshall" the best players in football? 4. Gary Johnson gets excluded from most new national polls, despite a new poll from Arizona and from Virginia. Shouldn't he be included in these new polls? And, if not, why not? If so, why? Isn't it true that he will influence the elections? Let's find out on the show today!!! 5. Commercial break. [6 minutes] 6. Conservative talker Dana Loesh's take on Obama's debate performance and Mitt Romney's foreign policy speech. Has she lost her mind or what? If she off her nut or what? I agree with her take on Obama, but Romney's foreign policy speech was god-awful; yet, she cheer-leads it as usual. More on The Todd Andrew Barnett Show today at 6 p.m. EST.* *Note: I was mentioning on an orange as I stated on the air. I hope that didn't annoy people. lol :)
62 minutes | Oct 8, 2012
Episode 12: New Polls Favoring Mitt Romney, Actress Stacey Dash, Etc.
In this twelfth episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. New polls are glowing positively for Mitt Romney in lieu of Obama. The Pew Research Center's latest poll shows that Romney has a gain 49% over Obama's 45% among likely voters in that survey. Gall-up tracking poll now shows that 72% of voters going for Mitt Romney in lieu of Obama who has 20% of voters on his side. And POLITCO/George Washington University has 86 percent of voters on Romney's side over Obama's 73%. Do polls REALLY matter that much? Aren't they one-sided? Don't elections matter more than polls? Find out on today's show... 2. Commercial break. [5 minutes.] 3. Actress Stacey Dash gets brutally attacked on Twitter for endorsing Romney. Did she deserve those cracks or are these attacks uncalled for? 4. GOP National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson is a "nonfactor." Who the FUCK is Priebus to say whether my candidate Johnson is a factor or not in the race? He should be focusing on his candidate Mitt Romney. 5. Commercial break. [7 minutes.] 6. Wisconsin news anchor Jennifer Livingston becomes the subject of a vicious and atrocious attack by a news viewer who bullies her about her weight and appearance. So what if she's obese? I'm obese. Who does this guy think he is? She didn't do anything to deserve this. What's worse is that this gives young girls the impression that being overweight makes you ugly and you need to lose weight drastically, and it encourages weight and other disorders. More on the Todd Andrew Barnett Show.
87 minutes | Oct 5, 2012
Episode 11: Romney Cleans Obama's Clock At First Presidential Debate, Etc.
In this special 86-minute eleventh episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Romney cleans Obama's clock at the 90-minute First Presidential Debate at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado on October 3, 2012. Romney's half-truths are also exposed as well as Obama's. Would you care to know what they are? And Romney says that we need to have free markets with "some regulations"? WHO is he kidding? 2. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 3. More on Romney and Obama's barbs going back and forth during the debate. 4. The revised job numbers from the Labor Department show that unemployment has "fallen" to 7.8 percent as compared to how they originally looked. Really? Don't they fail to include the fact that the numbers are higher than the bureaucrats and operatives at the DOL want us to believe? Don't they fail to include underemployment and people giving up looking for work? 5. Commercial break. [6 minutes.] 6. Chris Matthews is going apeshit over Obama's performance moments after the Wednesday night debate in Denver concluded. He wants to know where Obama is and that the President, if he hasn't been watching the news networks including him, better start now. 7. Commerical break. [6 minutes.] 8. Romney says, to stop the bleeding of the deficit, funding for PBS including Sesame Street needs to be cut. But funding for Big Bird, Grover, Kermit, Miss Piggy, Oscar the Grouch, and the Count is "very, very small," according to a Sesame Street producer on CNN. I'm not for subsidizing Sesame Street, but that should on our low list of priorities. How about getting us out of Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, etc. and stop the nation-building, empire-creating program before we tackle domestic problems coming our way? 9. Commercial break. [3 minutes.] 10. Ohio judge sides with Obama on the early voting matter. Should we really be surprised with this at all? More on the Todd Andrew Barnett Show tonight....!!!!* *Note: Dawn Vanmeter was on for a minute or two talking about PBS and Big Bird.
61 minutes | Oct 3, 2012
Episode 10: The Debate Between Romney and Obama, Gary Johnson, Etc.
In this tenth episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Mitt Romney and Barack Obama will go toe-to-toe in the first 2012 presidential debate, which is to be moderated by Jim Lehrer. Expectations are low for Romney and high for Obama. Will Romney make a sale to the debate viewers? Will he get America on board with his plan? Or will the audiences still stick with Obama and re-elect him to the presidency? The nation is riding on these debates and the voters, but more importantly, it's riding on the sycophants and the special interests who will really decide who gets elected to the White House. I bet Obama will be the victor in this race. What say you? 2. Commercial break. [5 minutes.] 3. The tax climate, Medicare and ObamaCare, the jobs numbers, "style and performance," and "moving outside the box" are the five things that viewers, media pundits, and everyone "must" pay attention to during tonight's debate, so says Wall Street Journal blogger Catalina Camia. Is she right or wrong? Should we really care about the last two? What should we really care about? I predict it's going to be a boring, business-as-usual debate, and, without a Ron Paul in the debate, it's going to be Pro-State A candidate (that's Obama!) and Pro-State B candidate (that's Romney!). Is that a complete surprise or what? 4. Gary Johnson will comment on the debate tonight on Google Hangout and on Twitter, responding to Romney and Obama's comments and barbs that they will be trading. Johnson to me will be like one of the critics you see - the old Muppet critic in the balcony - from the old The Muppets TV show. Or more like one of the two characters from Mystery Science Theater 3000....yeah, that old TV show. It's going to be a shit debate as usual, and the mainstream media and their networks are gonna eat it all up. 5. Commercial break. [7 minutes.] 6. The Marquette Tribune reports that third party candidates lack exposure in the elections. It's spot on on that talking point, but that's because of campaign finance and ballot access laws that prevent third parties from getting a leg up in the political arena. The recent Supreme Court's ruling on Citizens United hasn't helped out on that mess at all; not much progress is in that area at all. What say you all on this? Today....on The Todd Andrew Barnett Show.* *Note: This show has been re-done at 7 p.m. EST to correct an unexpected technical difficulty that transpired at the original 6 p.m. EST broadcast of the show. Hopefully th
61 minutes | Oct 2, 2012
Episode 9: Todd Akins Says NO to Lily Ledbetter Law, BitCoin Sca
In this ninth episode, Todd discusses the following topics: 1. Republican legislator Todd Akin says that the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009, which mandates that all employers must pay women the same wage that they pay men for the identical amount of work, must be repealed and that the law is wrong. He says that he doesn't think the government "should be telling people what you pay and what you don't pay" and that it's "really about freedom." The Republicans love to play the freedom card, even if they really don't believe in the ideology. Isn't this a perfect time for us libertarians, including left-libertarians, to take a stand for what freedom is and why Akin should keep his mouth shut and why the law is *REALLY* wrong? 2. Commercial break. [5 minutes.] 3. Free Talk Live's Mark Edge and Stephanie Murphy talk about the Securities and Exchange (SEC)'s investigation of BitCoin's own scam via one of its users who is said to have run a Ponzi scheme. The only problem is that FTL didn't come to the same conclusion I made - the marketplace must come up with its own voluntary rules (or "regulations" if you want to call them) in order to correct this problem so it won't get more attention from the State; otherwise, the State will impose coercive regulations on BitBanks via the banks and other lobbying and regulatory agencies. What should BitCoin do? Should it do exactly that? You the listener decide on this for once.... 4. Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson will have a presidential debate with Green Party candidate Jill Stein and Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode without Obama and Romney's participation on October 23rd. Is this a good move for Johnson? Should he continue suing the Commission on Presidential Debates? Or should he just take the high road and take these kinds of third party debates instead? What should he do? 5. The Michigan Republicans have succeeded in keeping Johnson's name off the ballot, but the Michigan Secretary of State has said that Johnson qualifies for a write-in ballot. That means that on Election Day voters can flock to the polls and write in Gary Johnson and Jim Gray's names on the ballot and cast their votes for them. Will the votes *REALLY* be counted? What should happen from there on? You decide. 6. Commercial break. [5 minutes.] 7. A Pennsylvania judge blocks its voter ID law. What will this mean for the two-party establishment? Will be good for "democracy"? Today...on the Todd Andrew Barnett Show.
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