There are a lot of lessons that we can learn from Adam Kokesh’s May 18 arrest and it behooves us to discover them, discuss them and implement them immediately so that we are stronger not just as a movement but also individually. Read on for the full 7 lessons.
As I was preparing for my trip to Gigante last month, I found a mysterious audio file on my voice recorder. I couldn’t figure out where it was from. Then I recognized the voice of Enrique “Henry” Trevino, the US marshal who arrested me and twice swore out false affidavits against me just a little […]
Better to make victims whole than punish offenders.
Picture yourself in the emergency room of a highly respected children’s hospital. You’re worried sick for your child. Multiple doctors and nurses file in and out, making him cringe each time they thoughtlessly lay cold hands and frigid stethoscopes on his chest. No one tells you anything. You’ve done your research and, hours later, the […]
Are you familiar with London’s Love Police [YouTube video]? Well here is Philadelphia’s Love Police. I think they did a great job and I look forward to more in the future! The next Philly-area meetup is this coming Friday, August 13 from 7:00pm to 10:30pm at Pizzacato (In Back Room, Reserved) 248 Market Street (3rd […]
In a six-part BBC documentary Law and Disorder in Philadelphia, Louis Theroux attempts to discover why there is so much drug-related violence in certain Philadelphia neighborhoods. He rides around with police for most of the 60-minute video but near the end spends some time speaking with a police-fingered “drug lord” (without the cops around, for […]
Why do politicians think they get to decide what a skyline will “look like”? The arrogance is amazing.