by Anastasia Boden When FDR passed the 21st Amendment, states regained control over alcohol sales. Unfortunately, interest groups and angry temperance supporters swiftly harnessed the states’ new power to pass anti-competitive laws in their favor. 100 years later, the alcoholic beverage industry is still notoriously tricky to get into, and for all the wrong reasons. […]
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Jeff interviews attorney for freedom, Marc Victor, topics include: Marc Victor to speak at Anarchapulco 2016, fighting to end the war on drugs, no victim no crime, freedom and the right to control your own body, things slowly moving in a better direction, police brutality, anarchy and self rule, getting proactive with the message of […]
Judge Napolitano explains the various costs of the war on drugs to both American society and freedom itself.
Jeff interviews medicinal cannabis stalwart Rick Simpson, topics include: standing up and telling the truth and doing what is right, cannabis doing much more for people than any and all pharmaceutical products, amazing benefits, the refusal to prescribe cannabis, external application of cannabis oil to treat skin cancer, massive resistance in the medical industry, medical […]
Dr. Vance speaks about why Christians should categorically oppose the War on Drugs, even if we disapprove of drugs for moral reasons. This is an absolutely critical issue for all Christians to understand, because it demonstrates a proper view of human liberty and the way God intends for us to interact in society. Does that […]
by Marc Victor I’m the last guy who ought to argue for the legalization of meth. As a practicing criminal defense attorney, I make a good income from defending people who are charged with drug crimes. If the drug war ended, I would lose a substantial portion of my income. Additionally, some would call me […]
September was absolutely terrible for peace and freedom on the Treasure Coast as 288 residents were abducted at gunpoint and forced into a cage for their captors. The captors then accused them as felons for committing non-violent acts which are merely vices and are not crimes. Indian River Indian River had 54 people taken from […]
No victim, no crime.
The struggle is real on the Treasure Coast as 277 people were jailed for victimless “crimes” by people in costumes with a monopoly on force. August was a disgusting month on the Treasure Coast Indian River Indian River was the safest county for freedom with 37 people being caged for non-crimes and taken away from their […]