Episode #16: Featured Michael Boldin
Hosted By: John Bush and Jason Rink.
Join us as we discuss…..
The Latest Wikileak – Conservatives love Assange now?
Rink and Bush chat about the recent positive conservative reaction concerning the latest wikileaks leak which states that Al-Qeada is planning a dirty bomb attack.
Are conservatives on board with Assange and WikiLeaks now that the leaks are cementing their bias?
Will they embrace the same leak that cryptically reveals and confirms a US fighter jet stand down on the morning of 9/11?
The Uprising in Egypt!
“We will not be silent. if you are a Christian, a Muslim or an atheist. You will demand your god damn rights! And we will have our rights, one way or the other!”
A genuine popular uprising blurring party, class, and religious lines!
People come together around our common humanity and our natural rights.
Did food inflation have anything to do with spurring the revolution?
Google and Twitter work together to provide a voice to Egypt.
Guides out within the day concerning how to get around government internet shut downs.
Circulating on Facebook on the 28th –
Egypt : To bypass government blocking of website names, use numerical IP addresses:
for twitter “22.214.171.124”
for facebook “126.96.36.199”
for google “188.8.131.52”
Robert Butler joins us for a TexasReport.net update concerning State Sovereignty Bills in the State Legislature.
Visit – http://texasreport.net/
Michael Boldin and Bryce Shonka are working hard to bring message of decentraliztion to communities all across the country.
Michael gives the lowdown on the latest federal court ruling against Obamacare. Turns out it’s not such a reason to rejoice.
While the mandate has been struck down, Judge Vinson has effectively affirmed the federal government’s alleged authority to regulate healthcare. This of course is unconstitutional.
“I must reluctantly conclude that Congress exceeded the bounds of its authority in passing the act with the individual mandate. That is not to say, of course, that Congress is without power to address the problems and inequities in our health care system. The health care market is more than one-sixth of the national economy, and without doubt Congress has the power to reform and regulate this market. That has not been disputed in this case. The principal dispute has been about how Congress chose to exercise that power here,” [emphasis added]
Reminds us of the Heller non-victory opinion which agreed with an individual’s right to own firearms but stated that federal government has the authority to regulate that right.
Boldin tells the tale of Wickard v. Filburn………………….
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