Gay homeless YouTuber Jeff4Justice joins us via his mobile studio. He interviews tons of cool celebrities on his youtube channel and he has the courage to live differently from the status quo. Michele Seven calls in about Bitcoin Jesus Roger Ver’s recent visa denial. Pablo Frias, recently arrested, updates Peace News on the state of firearms freedom in the Lonestar State. There’s an exciting Peaceful Resistance happening January 13th in Austin, on the steps of the State Capital, where individuals will be manufacturing firearms with the Ghost Gunner developed by badass Cody Wilson.
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Open Protest: Texas Rebels Plan to Manufacture Firearms on the Steps of the State Capital
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An activist got proactive with a police speed trap. He made a sign that warned drivers of the cops ahead on the road so they could slow down and avoid getting tickets. You’d think this is great, right? Fewer accidents, greater compliance with the law, fewer tickets, great! No. The cops in Frisco, TX arrested the man, even though it wasn’t against the law, and then lobbied the city to pass a new law making holding signs illegal. They got their way of course, but not before a judge dropped the charges against the activist. What do you think about speed trap activism? How does one do it “right”?