Government & Politics

Libertarian Counterpoint

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Libertarian Party salutes bitcoin success (and happily accepts bitcoin donations)

Freedom of Association Should Be a Piece of Cake,

Libertarians successfully launch largest city council recall in nation's history,

Wisconsin Libertarian running to abolish office he seeks,

Republicans in Nebraska send out email blast charging that Libertarian State Senator Laura Ebke hosting a showing of "It's a Wonderful Life" is illegal.

Alabamians have another choice besides Roy Moore and Doug Jones, Libertarian Ron Bishop.

In The Studio - Human Trafficking

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Jessica Wong hosts Jeff Reisig, Yolo County District Attorney, and Jennifer Davis, Yolo DA Investigator.

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topics discussed include: The problem of human trafficking in Yolo County due to the 2 freeways intersecting, signs of children being trafficked, how it is investigated, and the work the DA's office is doing to help victims.

Populist Dialogues - 17-45 - District Attorneys: They Should Report to You

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With the ever increasing numbers of incarcerated, we need to discuss how we want the criminal justice system to work.Part of that discussion needs to be around one of the least accountable aspects of the system - the District Attorneys. Daniel Lewkow, campaign manager for the Oregon ACLU's:  "They Report to You" campaign, talks about the DA's power and how we can make them accountable. DAs have a lot of power without a lot of oversight. We can change that.

Libertarian Counterpoint

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12/14/17 #1377

Richard Fields, Timothy Snowball, John Cameron

Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky (First Amendment/Political Speech) (SCOTUS) Minnesota bans political t-shirts etc. at polling places under penalty of $5000 fine.

Spivey v. United States (police/gov agents cannot lie to gain "consent" for warrantless search of home) (SCOTUS).

Ricketts v. Miami Shores (city says cannot use front yard for vegetable garden for own consumption/property rights) (FL Supreme Court).