Liberty Voice Podcast with Daniel D’Amico

Episode #28 Featured Guest Daniel D’Amico

Hosted By: Jason Rink and John Bush

Today we enjoy a stimulating conversation with Daniel D’Amico about the Prison Industrial Complex and the societal ills created by the state’s monopoly power of incarceration. There’s also some unfortunate police state news, some really great anti-TSA updates, and of course, Too Much Government News!

Join us as we discuss……..

Anti-TSA bill which makes groping a felony passes Texas House!

Police State News: Indiana Court rules citizens may not resist unlawful police entry to your home.

We interview Daniel D’Amico, Austrian economist and profesor at Loyola University, about the prison industrial complex and the societal ills created by the state’s monopoly power of incarceration.

– And of course we cover Too Much Government News – YEAH! [Sponsored by Enerfood!]

– School in San Antonio begins video monitoring student’s dietary habits during lunchtime!

Resources from this show:

Articles:

http://thelibertyvoice.com/texas-house-to-the-tsa-you-are-nullified

http://thelibertyvoice.com/court-no-right-to-resist-illegal-cop-entry-into-home

http://thelibertyvoice.com/cameras-videotape-the-eating-habits-of-school-children

Sites:

http://www.danieljdamico.com/

Sponsors:

Enerfood

Capital Coin and Bullion

-The Foundation for a Free Society

-Brave New Books

-GrassRootsHeadlines.com

 

Jason Rink is the Editor-in-Chief of The Liberty Voice. Executive Director of the Foundation for a Free Society. He is the producer and director of Nullification: The Rightful Remedy, and the author of “Ron Paul: Father of the Tea Party” the biography of Congressman Ron Paul. See more of his work at his writing at JasonRink.com and his film production work at FoundationMedia.org.

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