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Parenting is a Culture Issue w/Tyler Janke

Parenting is a Culture Issue w/Tyler Janke

Tyler Janke, a family law attorney and host of Libertarian Pod Review, joined me to discuss family law, personal experiences with the courts, the culture around family, and our solutions. Early on in the conversation we had some connection issues, but we got them...

How Many Times Must It Be Brought Up?

The police are not there to protect you. The courts have ruled on this over and over again. Castle Rock v Gonzalez Lozito v NYC (Interview with Mr Lozito here) Warren v District of Columbia The discussion that continues by the pundits, even "respectable" ones, fails...

Shot By Cops, Thwarted By Judges And Geography

How qualified immunity works: U.S. courts show wide regional disparities in granting qualified immunity, the controversial legal doctrine now under fire for protecting officers accused of excessive force. The shooter was Fort Worth, Texas, police officer Hugo Barron....

US in Somalia

Rick writes: I’m looking for a podcast where you describe the origins of Al Shabaab. I know that Somalia was coming along well under the Islamic courts Union, then we screwed it up when GW asked Ethiopia to invade. Any help is much appreciated. Me: Here's a ton....

FBI Spied on Anti-War Journalists

Naomi Karavani of Redacted Tonight (on Russia Today) gives a humorous account of the FBI spying on Antiwar.com and our vindication in the courts. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rha_VLuC9hU&feature=youtu.be

Catching Up On Immigration News

It's been a small while since I covered immigration, unfortunately not because there has been no news to report. From changes in asylum eligibility to port courts to lowering the cap for refugee intake to Trump's crazy wish list and everything else in between I go...

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