Archive | December, 2023


Last Rights: Each lost freedom becomes a domino…

From the Conclusion chapter, Last Rights: The Death of American Liberty: “Each lost freedom becomes a domino falling against all the remaining rights and liberties. Secrecy and censorship spur a deadly political spiral. If the media is cowed into silence or turned into political accomplices, citizens are unlikely to learn of proliferating abuses. If there […]

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Putting the Fork in 2023 on the Brian Wilson Podcast

Brian Wilson and I put 2023 out of its misery on his podcast today on what he labeled the  “Lying Dog-Faced Pony Soldier Memorial episode.”  In his intro to the show, Brian announced that I was “celebrating his new contract to reprise his role as Santa Claus next year at the Dundalk Dollar General and […]

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Talking “Last Rights” with Gardner Goldsmith on the David Knight Show

Gardner Goldsmith kindly had me on the David Knight show today to talk about Last Rights. We had plenty of laughs amidst the smackdowns of politicians and bureaucrats. I appreciate Gard’s fervor for freedom and his disdain for tyranny of all stripes. Here’s the link to the Bitchute video version: Here’s a link to […]

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Scoffing at Police Dogs & TSA on the Tom Woods Show

Tom Woods and I had a hoot on his podcast talking about my new book, Last Rights: The Death of American Liberty. We debunked police dogs, tarred the TSA,  and revealed how Pornhub is being victimized by the ADA. Beer also takes a victory lap late in the interview.   In his thumbnail for the interview, […]

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Thrashing Censors and Snoops on the Scott Horton Show

From Scott Horton’s website: Jim Bovard returns to the show to discuss a pair of articles he published recently for the New York Post. The first digs into the sought-after expansion of Section 702, which would free up federal spies to surveil even more of our digital communications. They also talk about the exposure and […]

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