July 2, 2009
Our scheduled guest, Bernard von Nothaus of the Liberty Dollar, was not able to join us. Our sources say he fell asleep at the receiver unable to cope with the time zone difference. We tried to fill in to give the impression that he was there, but there's nothing like the real thing.
In current events, it looks as though California is shutting down some of their state parks because of their budget shortages, and the parks may be turned over to the federal printing presses.
Only 3.5% of government (public) high school students were able to pass the U.S. Citizenship test.
The City of Tempe (headed by Mayor Hugh Hallman, who ridiculously tries to attach the "libertarian" label to his name) is attempting to shut down a tatoo parlor by revoking permits that it previously issues on the grounds that it's going to attract gangs and heroine addicts. The courts already ruled against the city, and they are now asking for a do-over.