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December 24, 2008

Today being Christmas Eve, tonight's program was pre-recorded.  We focus on describing the principles of libertarianism so that those new to the philosophy can understand why we oppose taxation and most laws (Hint: It's not because we want to use drugs and hoard money).  We go through the process of self-ownership, self-interest, and how our principled and pragmatic views flow from those ideas.  And as usual, we veer off on to a few tangents just to keep it interesting.  We'll be back next week on New Year's Eve with a live program.



December 17, 2008

GM has had property that they purchased and polluted declared as a slum by the City of Mesa to get the city to pay for clean up, at which point they can build the property up luxuriously on the taxpayers dime.  The City of Chandler is having difficulty making it's budget and laying off employees, and at the same time is purchasing a new Toyota Camry hybrid for the mayor to replace his four-year-old vehicle.  We were fortunate to interview Valerie Bayham from the Institute for Justice to discuss free speech and an ongoing lawsuit in Florida to overturn a law that infringed on political speech for groups and individuals that aren't well-funded enough to comply with the expensive law.  Maricopa County passes their $3 billion wish-list to the Federal Government like a child asking Santa Clause for a new video game.  Hey, why not?  It's the holidays!



December 10, 2008

To kick off the program, we began the discussion by tying up some loose ends to last week's welfare/charity topic.  We quickly moved to the state budget with our guest, Arizona State Treasurer Dean Martin.  Mr. Martin walked us through the budget process and helped fill in some gaps.  To wrap up the end of the program, we discussed Napolitano leaving Arizona.



December 3, 2008

We were honored to have Dr. Mary Ruwart, author and Libertarian Presidential candidate, as our guest on the program.  Our discussion focused mainly on the ideas of charity; whether or not government should have a monopoly on charity, have mixed involvement, or no involvement at all.  Dr. Ruwart also explained the detriments to government involvement in charity, and how getting their hands into the mix actually worsens the problem.



November 26, 2008

This episode was focused on discussing how government interferes with choice.  Most people don't notice this in their everyday lives, but it can be quite apparent.  We are unable to send our children to the schools of our choice, to purchase coverage from another state, and in Arizona we can't purchase wine from out of state and have it shipped in.  We also received an interesting and lengthy call from Korky, our resident Green Party member who isn't shy about professing his allegiance to the Greens, that took us a bit off-track, but was interesting nonetheless.  We'll be debunking some of his points in a future episode.  And finally, we wrapped by discussing the interference imposed on cleaner and cheaper technologies like CNG, and talked about the possibility of Gov. Napolitano becoming the Secretary of Homeland Security in Obama's administration.



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