Chief Justice Hooligan Bovard? On Brian Wilson’s Libertas Radio

Renowned libertarian talk show Brian Wilson and I had a rowdy chat today. It was a high-toned interview: no double entendres or “Raging Bitch” references. Here’s Brian’s summary  of the show –

“Clear your schedule for about an hour to hear what author James Bovard has to say about the Boston bombing, journalism, gun control, and much more.  It’s today’s podcast available at the Libertas Media Project.

If you like what you hear (and why wouldn’t you?), be sure to head over to Amazon to purchase of copy of Jim’s latest book, Public Policy Hooligan, for your Kindle.”

You can download or listen to the @ 35 minute interview by clicking here

(The title of this blog is from Brian’s note on the Libertas webpage: “Due to current events, today’s “Judging Freedom” with Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano has been postponed. However, Brian has found another judge to sit in –Chief Justice Hooligan James Bovard!”)



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7 Responses to Chief Justice Hooligan Bovard? On Brian Wilson’s Libertas Radio

  1. Brian Wilson April 18, 2013 at 6:06 pm #

    HELLUVA TIME! The Hooligan Court of Last Resort, Justice J. Bovard presiding. Or was it pre-siding?
    Lots better than 13 minutes, Traffic & Weather Together and 3 min of mindless commercials!

  2. Tory II, Illinois April 19, 2013 at 11:48 am #

    All of Boston is locked-down. LOL! When you elect a communist for governor, you get a communist state police chief. When you elect a communist for mayor, you get a communist police chief. When a police chief is so incompetent he has to lockdown the entire city (to catch ONE criminal), it means he’s an incompetent communist cop.

    Terrorists are beating the crap out of America. When Boston is locked-down, it means the Terrorists and the communists are winning (we the people are losing). Boston is a communist craphole. Every Bostonian deserves to be locked-up in their own homes for tolerating this police state.

    What’s wrong with a large city lockdown ? Answer: the target suspect can easily stay inside and out-of-sight until the lockdown is ended. And, (oh crap), it encourages the armed and dangerous fugitive to enter the residence of an unarmed innocent person.

    Can anyone imagine a lcokdown everytime a crime is committed ?

  3. Tory II, Illinois April 19, 2013 at 11:51 am #

    All Boston is locked-down – damm ! What is wrong with these people ? I need a drink.

  4. Tom Blanton April 20, 2013 at 12:09 am #

    There’s so much terror floating around out there now, I’ve had to increase mobile homeland security to an unprecedented brownish-green threat level. My trailer is now in lock-down mode. Nobody enters and nobody leaves without special clearance, except my cat.

    Reliable sources have informed me that terrorists are now wearing military uniforms or police costumes, and it has been well documented that the police are also disguising themselves as ordinary people. Nobody is safe and nobody can be trusted.

    Until this wave of terror subsides, I recommend staying inside during daylight hours and avoiding anyone that appears to be a policeman or a soldier. It might also be wise to avoid people who appear to be excessively ordinary unless they are known to you.

    Fortunately, I have a sufficient stock of ammo, canned goods and various medications to last until the terror subsides. It’s a good time to just relax and listen to podcasts and pirated music.

  5. Tom Blanton April 20, 2013 at 12:26 am #

    Oh yeah, don’t fall for the old Elvis impersonator singing-telegram routine. It could be a ruse for a member of an activated Elvis impersonator terror cell to gain entry into your trailer carrying poison rice in an envelope. These Elvis look-a-likes will stop at nothing to spread their brand of Harum Scarum.

    • Jim April 20, 2013 at 8:15 am #

      Nobody ever sends me singing telegrams any more. And I don’t eat much rice. So maybe I’ll be safe during the next round of attacks.

  6. Tory II April 20, 2013 at 5:34 am #

    Who would’ve thought it would be timely major sporting events that would put an end to endless city-wide lockdowns and searches.