Podcast: Are We All Terrorist Suspects Now?

Here’s my first solo podcast, produced for the Future of Freedom Foundation.  Thanks to Bart Frazier for hammering out some of the kinks in the video file.

The definitions of terrorist suspects have multiplied like rabbits since the 9/11 attacks 17 years ago today.   Here’s a 7 minute rundown of some bizarre standards the government has concocted in recent times.

Obviously, I am still getting the hang of using a frickin’ camcorder. I welcome suggestions for better outcomes next time around.   Here’s a direct link to the YouTube site below:



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2 Responses to Podcast: Are We All Terrorist Suspects Now?

  1. Tom Blanton September 12, 2018 at 1:04 am #

    Good Job!

    I hope you will be doing more of these podcasts from the bunker.

    Good luck on connecting with one of the underground freedom bakeries that operate from the shadows.

    By the way, I am not sure if Merle Haggard is linked to extremists or Putin, but he has been seen wearing
    the train engineer hats. I wonder if having Merle Haggard mp3s on a device is something the TSA is
    looking for. If so, the hat may also be deemed a subversive tool of terror.

    • Jim September 12, 2018 at 8:56 am #

      Thanks for watching & thanks for the encouragement, Tom!

      I quoted Haggard in Attention Deficit Democracy:

      It is difficult to understand why intelligent Americans continue to complacently assume that being permitted to vote will provide all the protection their rights and liberties need. Country singer Merle Haggard observed: “In 1960, when I came out of prison as an ex-convict, I had more freedom under parolee supervision than there’s available to an average citizen in America right now . . . God almighty, what have we done to each other?”69 Haggard might overstate the loss of liberty slightly; however, few politicians and pundits who assure Americans that they have ample freedom today experienced parole in the early 1960s.