Neil Scott is a long time libertarian who is running for US Senate representing the State of Nevada. We talk about his campaign as well as his vision for eliminating the federal income tax.
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Randy had a wide ranging conversation with Clark County School Board Trustee Katie Williams. They talk about violence in Clark County schools, what it's like being the lone conservative on the board, and they take a brief detour talking about military intervention and foreign policy.
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Stan Hyt is a retired officer from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department who is running to replace current Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo. He is running as a Constitutionalist. In this episode, we talk about his positions on COVID mandates, guns, civil asset forfeiture, the investigation into the Mandalay Bay shootings, as well as problems in LVMPD that he wants to address one of which is the dearth of experienced, professional police officers.
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Brandon is the Elections Committee Director for the Libertarian Party of Nevada. We talk about how Brandon became a libertarian as well as discussing the LP's role in NV's elections coming up this year.
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Jake Wiskerchen is a Reno-area Marriage and Family Therapist and National Certified Counselor.
We talk about how the past two years of COVID measures have affected the mental health and development of children. What mental health issues we may see in the future. We also talk about gun culture and the stigma of gun owners seeking help from mental health professionals.
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A tale of bad science, bumbling policy and executive branch overreach
For todays episode Randy and Adam talk about a recent letter to the editor published in the Las Vegas Sun. The subject is free markets. Adam sent in a response to that letter and the Sun graciously printed it as well.
Link to the original letter to the editor:
‘Free’ market would be chaos
Link to the response Adam sent:
Free markets are not without rules
For this episode, Mike Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment center came on. We discuss the many ways the 10th Amendment center is helping state governments stand up to unconstitutional power-grabs and abuses from Washington DC.
Some of the issues covered are guns, marijuana (and other drugs) the defend the guard initiative, Yucca Mountain, denying the Feds access to water to cool their surveillance data storage sites, and much much more.
John Tsarpalas is the President of the Nevada Policy Research Institute. www.npri.org
The NPRI mission is to "encourage free-market solutions, protect individual liberties, and eliminate unnecessary governmental restrictions on the citizens and businesses of Nevada."
John has an interesting background in politics, he is a long-time libertarian, but he has a history of running campaigns and winning elections in Illinois as a Republican. In this episode we talk about his background, school choice, unions, and government transparency.
In this episode, Charles, Jeff, Adam, and Randy talk about the Rittenhouse trial, the media, and of course libertarianism.