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Radical Agenda EP213 – Cucktober

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2016-10-26 13:05 +0000

With less than two weeks to go before the most important presidential election in the history of mankind, things have been pretty hectic over here at the Radical Agenda studio. From Wikileaks exposing the depth of corruption in the media and Clinton campaign, to Donald Trump’s enviable sex life, to the invasion of Europe and the brink of World War III over Syria, there has been so much to get to that we almost missed my favorite bit, Cucktober.

Radical Agenda EP213 – Cucktober

Long time listeners know that Radical Agenda is largely inspired by the Opie & Anthony show, of which I was a loyal listener until SiriusXM fired Anthony Cumia over some wholly justified racially charged tweets. I’ve attempted to make it something of a crossover between O&A and conservative talk, of which I’m also an avid listener to this day. In the radio business, particularly on rock and roll stations, the month of October is often referred to as “Rocktober”. Concerts, contests, and all manner of silly radio bits are put on by the DJs or “Jocks” to celebrate this particular time of year.

Opie & Anthony thus came up with “Jocktober” and used it as an opportunity to make fun of audio clips from other radio shows from around the country. Those familiar will recall the infamous “Fugitive” giveaway bit, the token female host or “hole” as they came to be known for their valueless addition of estrogen to the broadcasts, and of course the audience members bombarding the Facebook pages of the target shows with horrifying imagery and useful medical advice like “get AIDS”.

For our purposes, we’ll be celebrating Cucktober today. A review of cuckoldry on parade in libertarian podcasts and YouTube videos, as wannabe anarchists try to justify their communism by invoking its antithesis. Up on the chopping block this evening is the perpetually denim clad Larken Rose. As per usual, he’s attempting to pass his sophistry off as philosophy and public policy analysis on the topic of immigration in his new “Good Anarchist – Bad Anarchist” series. Catchy title, eh? Where does he come up with this brilliance?

Unsurprisingly, Larken is completely unprepared for the argument because he thinks his smarmy anti-racism somehow replaces the need for understanding the subject matter. Luckily for the audience however, Hunter Thompson was there to bring a coherent grasp of property rights to the discussion for those who were actually trying to understand the controversy. Sadly, and predictably, Larken made no such effort. So this will be a truly cringeworthy assault on sophistry.

In other news, Texas voting machines think voting Republican means voting for Hillary Clinton. Newt Gingrich says Megyn Kelly is obsessed with sex. Is the .380 ACP suitable for self defense? Our fundraiser for Vietnam Veteran Bill Belser has raised over $2500 and he has gotten an extension on the time he has to stay in his home. All that, and much more plus your calls at 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.

Join us, this and every Wednesday, as well as Mondays and Fridays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like global communism.

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Citizen Cain – 09 – No Skin In This

Free Keene - Tue, 2016-10-25 20:54 +0000

Historic District annex brought to its knees • Rethinking the prohibition on political signs • Keene 2016 Benchmark. How do we compare? • City wide revaluation. Good for some. Bad for me. •

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Breast Cancer Awareness and Benefit Concert

Adventures in the Free State - Tue, 2016-10-25 14:52 +0000
Murphy's Diner, Manchester, NH, 10/23/2016.

Organizer Jenn Coffey sez:
"Thank you to everyone that came out today to support the Concord Hospital Payson Center for Cancer Care, every penny raised is one more to help patients and survivors.


Special thanks to: Matt Connarton from for sponsoring the event, Keith Murphy and all the staff at Murphy's Diner for hosting the event, Ron Noyes and the guys from the Ron Noyes Band, Scalawag, and Scott Saisky for the awesome music, Alicia LaCasse Photography, Bill Alleman videography, David O'Hare, Jesse Coffey, and Jennifer Morris for volunteering to help and to all those that donated their time, their money, and prizes for the cause.

Extra special hugs to the little boy who won the 50/50 raffle and donated the money to the Payson Center for Cancer Care. A total number will be available after Keith Murphy has a chance to add up the sales from today's event as he has generously offered to donate 25% of the proceeds to the Payson Center for Cancer Care! A formal check presentation will take place at the Payson Center November 1st at 1pm. All are Welcome to attend.

Watch for video coming to TV as well as a radio edition. Stay tuned to for more information on the Payson Center and all the other professional services offered at Concord Hospital."

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Radical Agenda EP212 – Bias

Christopher Cantwell - Mon, 2016-10-24 17:26 +0000

I suppose it hardly even counts as news anymore that (((the media))) is biased in favor of Hillary Clinton, but once again that’s the story at the top of my radar. On top of the general leftist bias, on top of the hotter than usual hatred of Donald Trump, the outright collusion we keep seeing exposed every day by Wikileaks just keeps making it clearer that we’re no longer involved in anything resembling an honest exchange of ideas.

Radical Agenda EP212 – Bias

A piece in ZeroHedge illustrates media polling outlets colluding with the Clinton campaign to oversample not only Democrats, but Hispanics and Native Americans to avoid any independents or Democrats who might be voting for Trump. Evan Gahr at Observer politics points out that so called “reporters” have suffered no consequences from their superiors or peers after being caught colluding with the Clinton campaign. The examples are too numerous to list, but I’ll talk about these specifically on the air today.

The fact that Trump still maintains an edge in the latest Rasmussen poll while all of this is going on speaks volumes to the growing anger in the country. Leftists steadily maintain that their extreme agenda is just synonymous with decency and they have no legitimate opposition, save for some basket of deplorables who need not be taken into consideration. Meanwhile a growing number of people are getting wise to the fact that a handful of major media conglomerates, which just so happen to be run by members of the same tribe, are lying to them every day for the purpose of directing the government that controls nearly every aspect of their lives.

Hillary Clinton says Trump’s refusal to accept the outcome of the election in advance is a “direct threat to our democracy” and that Trump is a “sore loser” for this as if he had already lost. Personally I’m fine with threatening democracy, and I certainly hope Trump lives up to the title. But it is a bit troubling to think that those who have already called the election before the votes have been cast are the ones claiming we’re the threat thereto.

Well, if the election has already been called, if the polling is confirmed fraudulent, if we’re being prosecuted for speech and weapons in the presence of the 1st and 2nd amendments, then democratic or otherwise, you better believe I’m a threat to that system. Are you?

Are you a threat to Hillary Clinton? Are you a threat to the media? Because they are threats to you. If you’re still living in a disarmed state, if you’re still hiding behind a Pepe avatar, then I regret to inform you that you are prey, not predator. I regret to inform you that while you certainly should vote and hope for the best, that putting any faith in that particular poll after you’ve seen the massive conspiracy that is the pre-election polling, then you’re a pathetic fool who deserves his fate.

This comes down to weapons and men to wield them, and guess what fellas?

We don’t have them.

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Hardcore NHExiters Face Rain, Cold at Masked Demonstration in Keene

Free Keene - Sat, 2016-10-22 22:27 +0000

Rain and cold didn’t keep these hardcore activists from coming out to support NH Exit!

Despite temperatures in the mid-forties and constant rain, over half-a-dozen supporters of New Hampshire independence showed up in Keene’s Central Square this afternoon to demonstrate in favor of secession!

The NH Exiters have been in the news multiple times since this summer’s historic “Brexit” vote, where voters in Great Britain voted to exit the European Union. Today’s event in Keene featured all-masked participants holding various secession-related signage.

One masked man took the event to a new level with a double flag display featuring the NH state flag on top of an upside-down United States flag. While one woman shouted at us something about “people died for you” out her window, the supermajority of responses to today’s demonstration were positive. We received plenty of honks, cheers, and waves and of course people in cars and on foot had to take pictures, including an amateur photographer from Chicago who was very excited to see people out supporting secession.

Join us for the next masked NH Exit event on Halloween, 10/31 5pm-6pm at Central Square. Meanwhile, keep talking to your friends, family, and co-workers about your state declaring independence, no matter where you live. This awful election will be over soon, and whoever wins there’s going to be a large group of their opposition who are going to have a new interest in leaving the United States criminal gang.

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Radical Agenda EP211 – The Price

Christopher Cantwell - Fri, 2016-10-21 20:19 +0000

David French at the National Review is none too happy with the alt-right. In a piece published today entitled “The Price I’ve Paid for Opposing Donald Trump” French tells the harrowing tale of being trolled with racist memes on Twitter and fearing for his safety and that of his wife and adopted black daughter.

All this, he claims, because of this petty little matter of opposing Donald Trump. Surely in French’s mind this is no big deal, to oppose a presidential candidate. We’re all supposed to agree to disagree, in his mind, and if his deceptions lead to a Hillary Clinton presidency, economic catastrophe, nuclear war with Russia, and the end of white people on planet Earth, that’s just fine with him. War and economic devastation are perfectly acceptable, so long as no racist memes get posted to social media.

Radical Agenda EP211 – The Price

But what David French seems unaware of is how appropriate his title really was. There is a price for opposing Donald Trump, and it is and ought to be quite steep. That is what is so great about this election cycle for the right. In previous years, there was no cost associated with punching right, only for punching left. You could not say anything about blacks, or women, or immigration. Even war propaganda had to be steeped in “human rights” commie nonsense.

Today, that has changed. There is weight on the other side of the scale, and whether he realizes it or not, David French and folks like him will be a lot better off if we get an accurate measurement in our favor. Because Donald Trump isn’t just neck and neck with Hillary Clinton in the polls, he’s also captured the soul of the nation in a way that understandably has many on edge. Trump has not said that he will accept the outcome of the election, and if he doubts the validity of that outcome, he could spark a civil war.

Because Trump supporters are not just sycophants as many would like to make us out to be. We’re warriors fighting for our survival, and as far as we’re concerned the meme war is a gentlemen’s game. We are not going to suffer through a Hillary Clinton presidency peacefully, and if David French finds photoshops of his wife in bed with black men so troubling, he’s really going to be upset when the right wing death squads show up.

Also on the radar for today, analysis of Wednesday’s final presidential debate. A fundraiser for a veteran about to lose his house, and of course your calls at 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.

Join us, this and every Friday, as well as Mondays and Wednesdays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like the National Review.

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Libertarian Party of NH Votes to Censure LP Vice Presidential Candidate Bill Weld

Free Keene - Fri, 2016-10-21 17:01 +0000

Bill Weld Censured by LP of NH

Many libertarians are sharply divided over the national Libertarian Party’s nomination of two former republicans, Gary Johnson and Bill Weld for president and vice-president, respectively. Some, like me, say it’s a continued betrayal of the party’s principle of non-aggression, as Johnson and Weld are not taking principled stands on the issues. Nor are they even broaching the subject of non-aggression, the principle to which they signed their names in order to join the party in the first place, which says, “I do not support or advocate the initiation of force to achieve political or social goals.”

To others, like Free Keene blogger Rich Paul, the watering down of the message is seen as a way to promote libertarianism in the hopes that people will see Johnson and Weld’s campaign and learn more about the principle of non-aggression on their own.

It’s a disagreement that has split the libertarian party for much longer than just this campaign season. Sadly, the pandering pragmatists have been winning for a decade-or-so, and have nominated unprincipled people like Bob Barr, Bill Weld, and Gary Johnson, when the party used to put forward principled, true libertarians like Harry Browne and Ron Paul. Browne and Paul explained the principles and ideas of liberty, whereas Johnson and Weld won’t even broach the subject. Their campaign is about them, not libertarianism.

Thankfully, the tide is turning in the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire. First, the party’s delegates to the national convention this year were some of the only delegates to NOT vote in favor of Johnson/Weld. Then, more recently the party overwhelmingly voted in principled doers Darryl W Perry and Rodger Paxton into the chairman/vice chairman roles.

Now the LP of NH’s executive committee has made an unprecedented move and voted to censure Weld for donating money to Chris Sununu, the republican candidate for governor here in New Hampshire:

Since the gubernatorial race is pivotal to ballot access retention in New Hampshire for the Libertarian Party, it is a betrayal for Bill Weld to give money to our direct competitor, money that will be used in direct contravention to the money spent by the national Libertarian Party and the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire to achieve and retain our ballot access.

It’s refreshing to see the long-languishing Libertarian Party of New Hampshire finally getting active again and making a stand for the principles that have been long lost on the national LP. Kudos.

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Open Debate Demonstrations Planned

Free Keene - Fri, 2016-10-21 17:00 +0000

Why is NH1 excluding the libertarians?

We are currently less than three weeks from the 2016 general election, and the Presidential debates are behind us. You can now, if you haven’t already, begin looking at the other races on the ballot, and learning about your options. NH1, which has previously given somewhat favorable coverage to alternative candidates, will be hosting a Gubernatorial debate on Wednesday Oct 26, and a US Senate debate on Thursday Oct 27. Despite ballot retention requiring 4% in the general election (i.e. the vote threshold needed for a party to retain ballot access without needing to collect a burdensome number of petitions), NH1 has only invited candidates polling over 10%. This means that despite Libertarian Gubernatorial nominee Max Abramson polling at 6% and Libertarian US Senate nominee Brian Chabot polling at 4%, neither man will be on stage.

To protest this lack of impartiality, the Ballot Access Fairness Coalition in conjunction with the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire will be holding a pair of protests outside the NH1 studios on Wednesday & Thursday. The protests are slated to begin at 630p and conclude at 8p – the scheduled start-time of the debates. The purpose of the protests is to bring awareness, not only to the candidates excluded from these debates, but also to the media bias that often serves to protect the ruling duopoly.

If you wish to join this peaceful demonstration, please meet on the sidewalk at the intersection of N State St & Church St in Concord. Note: there may be limited parking on the street near the NH1 studios, there is a city park with a parking lot (Kimball Park) about ½ mile up the road on Bradley Street, and there also appear to be parking on Penacook Street at the intersection with US3 (approximately .3 miles from the NH1 studios).

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Veteran vs. Tax Collectors

Christopher Cantwell - Fri, 2016-10-21 00:15 +0000

Last weekend I had the pleasure of being a guest at the home of Bill Belser in Bristol, New Hampshire. The event was billed as a party, but the subject matter was anything but celebratory. Bill is about to lose his home because he fell behind on his property taxes, and this party was of the “last hurrah” variety.

Veteran vs. Tax Collectors

Whatever your opinion of taxes may be, I found this story to be very troubling in part because Bill is a veteran of the Vietnam war. Being a guy who pays attention to politics, I see the insanely irresponsible spending going on in Concord and Washington and I watch with a sense of helpless horror as my entire country is fleeced of its resources to be given to third world dictators, drug addicts, and illegal immigrants. Yet, a guy who put his life on the line for that same government is about to lose his home because that government wants money from him.

This is a profoundly troubling state of affairs for our society. Our entire economic system is built to discourage anything resembling decency. If Bill had come to America illegally and lived off welfare, and never acquired any property he would not have this problem. In fact, he would have the entire Democrat Party cheering him on as the future of our country and demanding that money be taken from hard working people to provide him with everything he could ever possibly need.

Instead, Bill was born and raised in America. He put his life on the line to fight in a war that is today considered by many to have been one of our greatest foreign policy mistakes. He married, he fathered 10 children who gave him 13 grandchildren, he bought a home, and was even a Deacon to his church. The people in his neighborhood all call him “Dad” and though his means are quite limited (about a $1,000/month) he has been generous to a fault with his family and community.

After Bill’s wife died in 2009 he took out a reverse mortgage on his home to cover expenses. One requirement of this transaction was that he stay up to date on his property taxes, and understandably so since the home was collateral on a loan. If the State takes the home, the mortgage company is going to have a rather difficult time collecting. When Bill fell behind on his taxes, the mortgage company paid them to secure their collateral. But now the amount in dispute exceeds $18,000 and his mortgage is in foreclosure. Bill and his family have struggled to keep up with their demands, but finality has arrived and law enforcement will be at the home on October 26th to evict them from the property if they cannot pay the past due balance before then.

Bill has nowhere else to go. This eviction will leave a disabled veteran homeless in the New Hampshire winter. Bill’s daughter and her three autistic children also live in the home, and will find themselves in the same position. All because the government wants more money to waste on people who have sacrificed nothing for this country.

I’ve launched a GoFundMe campaign to try and help Bill stay in his home. If we cannot raise the full amount necessary for that, whatever money is raised will be used to help ease his transition to a new residence. But perhaps more importantly than that, I hope whoever reads this will think long and hard about the priorities of our country and our government. When a government steals from its veterans to pay its invaders, a profound and catastrophic betrayal has occurred.

None of us should feel safe living under such a treacherous boot.


 Source: Christopher Cantwell

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Sununu Has Taken Thousands in Contributions from For-Profit Prison Industry

Sununu's "conflicts of interest are staggering."  His brothers are even into lobbying for the industry.

CONCORD, NH — During recent legislative sessions in New Hampshire, some politicians flirted with the idea of privatizing our prison industry.

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Radical Agenda EP210 – Cataclysm

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2016-10-19 16:34 +0000

It all comes down to this. The final presidential debate before Americans head to the polls to decide whether Western Civilization will survive another presidential term. Fox News’s Chris Wallace will be moderating the debate, the first time a Fox News personality will have such a privilege.

Radical Agenda EP210 – Cataclysm

For the informed voter, for the American who values his heritage, for people around the world who still hold out hope that greatness is possible and desirable, the choice could not be clearer. They can choose a man whose life story defines the American success story, who will tell the truth in the face of great adversity, and protect what is ours from those who would destroy it. Or, they can choose a woman whose entire existence is based in rent seeking through State power, a ruthless lying criminal who married a degenerate for political power, and revictimized his many victims countless times over to maintain her status.

We have a choice. We can choose the type of strength and fortitude that made America great, the spirit of men and women who sailed across an ocean with nothing to form the most powerful economy and military in the history of mankind. Or, we can choose equality with third world savages who make nothing but complaints and pleas for handouts.

A choice like this should not be difficult to make, but elements of our society have clouded the information pool in a way never before seen. At the commander in chief forum, the first and second debates, and throughout all the news coverage, including on Fox to date, Skype owned media outlets have worked diligently and at great expense to their own credibility to skew the discussion and set America on a course to her utter destruction with Hillary Clinton at the helm. Despite all of this, polls are still neck and neck.

What role will Chris Wallace play? Will he attempt to level the playing field? Will he go after Hillary Clinton the way Matt Lauer, Lester Holt, Andersen Cooper, and Martha Raddatz went after Donald Trump? I doubt it. All Wallace has to do to please his masters is hold himself to the same journalistic standard his leftist counterparts pretend to play. By feigning neutrality, he will leave the scales tipped to Hillary Clinton, and the electorate will be left to do their own research, a task the average dumb as a box of rocks voter simply isn’t up for.

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VIDEO: “Bill Clinton is a Rapist!” Shouted During Clinton’s Speech in Keene

Free Keene - Tue, 2016-10-18 21:27 +0000

Apparently conspiracy talk show host Alex Jones has offered $5,000 to people who can get on television for shouting “Bill Clinton is a Rapist”.  Yesterday, it happened in Keene during the Bill Clinton speech:

Jones’ challenge appears to be working, as the Keene Sentinel, after mentioning the two men who interrupted Clinton’s speech by repeatedly shouting the phrase, went on to discuss some of the sexual assault allegations against him. Kudos to the brave, unknown activists who smartly shouted out near the media riser, so it was easy for the cameramen covering the speech to focus on their interruption.

That said, Jones is no libertarian. Long a fan of border control, he has fallen heads-over-heels for Donald Trump. Here’s a hilariously edited video of him absolutely in the throes of Trumpism. Enjoy:

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Radical Agenda EP209 – Animals

Christopher Cantwell - Mon, 2016-10-17 19:11 +0000

“Animals representing Hillary Clinton and Dems in North Carolina just firebombed our office in Orange County because we are winning” tweeted Donald Trump about an act of political terrorism that was carried out against his campaign office in Orange County, North Carolina. It was lucky nobody was hurt, since the firebomb apparently landed on a couch where volunteers often take naps. The office was a “total loss”. Graffiti reading “Nazi Republicans leave town or else” was sprayed on a nearby building, along with a swastika.

Radical Agenda EP209 – Animals

The responsible commentator must mention that Hillary Clinton condemned the attacks, and some Democrats even started a fundraiser to cover the damages. However, this kind of violence and destruction is exactly what should be expected when one is facing a ruthless criminal in a contest for the most powerful political position in the history of mankind.

Black Lives Matter has rioted and burned how many buildings in support of violent criminals, yet Hillary Clinton and her types continue to support them as if they were just peacefully addressing some legitimate grievance. Che Guevara shirts are easy to spot at any leftist gathering, despite his bloody hands. Remember when White House Communications Director Anita Dunn said her favorite political philosopher was Mao Tse Tung? Margaret Sanger, Joseph Stalin, the list of ruthless killers and violent criminals the left holds up as their heroes could go on forever.

Yet the right seems to panic at the suggestion that our presidential candidate might grab a gal by the pussy if his stardom convinces her to let him, and we wonder why the last century has consisted of nothing but victory for the left.

We need our own animals. We need ruthless monsters who will remind our enemies that there are costs associated with going against us. We need to put down the weak kneed cowards who prevent us from accomplishing our goals. And we need to take your calls at 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.

Join us, this and every Monday, as well as Wednesdays and Fridays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like politically motivated arson.

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Toplessness or Violence: Which Is Immoral? (Weir Beach Motion to Dismiss)

Free Keene - Mon, 2016-10-17 18:58 +0000

On Friday October 14, in Laconia district court, Judge Carroll heard the Motion to Dismiss for the Free the Nipple case. This case is unusual, in that I am thoroughly convinced that everyone in that room believed they were right, and was not engaging in rationalization to so believe.

I was able to get statements from two of the ladies who were being aggressed against by the State:

“My biggest problem with today’s hearing is the prosecutor kept ignoring the gender/sex discrimination. Cities are allowed to make rules, they just can’t make rules that only apply to women, or black people, or gay people, or Muslim.” – Kia

“How you choose to wear your body is a body rights and property issue. If you don’t own your body what do you own? It’s just as degrading to ask a woman to put a shirt on as it is to ask her to take it off. Nudity is a natural spiritual choice; I personally stand before my creator unashamed as his artwork, and the same should apply to a woman who chooses to wear a hijab.” – Ginger

The attorney for the protestors argued that the Laconia ordinance prohibiting female toplessness was unconstitutional on the grounds that it discriminates against women and is not authorized by the New Hampshire Constitution. New Hampshire is not a home rule state, which means that towns and other subdivisions of the State may only pass laws on matters which they are authorized by the New Hampshire legislature. The State of New Hampshire has not authorized its subdivisions to legislate on the topic of nudity or toplessness.

Sergant Black, who kidnapped Ginger while she was doing topless yoga on the beach, was asked a series of questions that illustrate the absurdity of using the State to solve problems. The attorney defending the ladies from the State asked Black, “how do you tell the difference between a female and male nipple?” Black sat there for over a minute of silence presumably wondering how to possibly respond with information that is so obvious. He finally responded that woman can breastfeed while men can not. Black was asked to define “gender” and “families.” He also testified that he can always tell the difference between male and female humans. Because attorneys must lay a foundation (establish the basis of a witness’ knowledge on the topics they are testifying about), the attorney aggressing against the protestors asked Black, “during your 35 years on this earth, have you had occasion to come across different genders?”

It is tempting to feel sorry for someone who is being required to answer questions that, while there CAN absolutely be marginal cases, are so fundamental that the lawyer aggressing against the protestors felt the need to apologize to the lay witnesses who testified. However, Black and the other aggressors put themselves in this situation when they decided to join the gang known as the Laconia Police Department. To be fair, I very seriously doubt that any of the people who aggressed against the protestors that day foresaw having to testify that they knew the difference between boys and girls when they joined the gang, but this is the nature of the State- to ignore all price signals that result in efficiency and to aggress against as many people as practical. Far from an innocent bystander, and aside from the fact that he kidnapped Ginger, Black dismissively characterized the legal arguments she was making when he was threatening to kidnap her if she did not put a top on as Ginger beginning to “talk about case law” despite the fact that these are rulings from the system that Black purports to adhere to. Black also testified that he requested a towel from a bystander and wrapped it around Ginger, which strikes me as unsanitary.

Ms. Sandra Smith had called the police on Kia after seeing her walk by topless. Ms. Smith was asked if she was able to tell the difference between males and females, and whether she was male or female. She testified that she doesn’t think its right for female nipples to be exposed “when you got kids” or otherwise. The defense attorney asked her “is that based on a religious belief?” Evidently unaware that this is an entirely illegal basis for law she answered “yes it is.” The prosecutor had her clarify that she was brought up to refrain from exposing her breasts and nipples.

Ian Davis testified that he called the police because there was a topless women with a man taking pictures of her. He stated that this made him feel unsafe because his nieces and nephews were there and he did not know if the man was taking photos of her or of children. Davis admitted that he was more concerned with the man taking pictures than with the topless woman.

Officer Holly Callahan was asked “are you able to determine… distinguish between males and females even if they’re fully clothed?” After hearing the attorneys ask prior witnesses about whether they were offended and discuss that a particular witness’ offense or lack thereof was not representative of community offense, Callahan volunteered that when she responded to the call she was approached by several people who told her that they were offended by a topless female. Callahan was thoroughly questioned about her ability to tell men and women apart. “Without the license would you be able to tell if Ms. Pierro was male or female?” “Yes.” “How?” Callahan was also asked, “would you enforce a law even if it was unfair or unjust?” I’m not sure why the prosecutor failed to object on the grounds of relevance, but she answered, “I am required to enforce the laws of New Hampshire and Laconia ordinances in the city of Laconia.” In other words, yes.

During closing arguments, the attorney aggressing against the ladies who were protesting stated that Laconia had to be able to set rules such as this because an understanding otherwise would imply that subdivisions could not set any rules for public places, which would cause the library to be required to be open 24 hours and “obviously that would be anarchy.” Assuming that New Hampshire and the US also refrained from making rules, I agree, that would be anarchy. Weirs Beach is unowned property. Statists would refer to it as government property, public property, or state property. The only reason that large tracts of valuable unowned property are able to remain unowned is because the State forcibly prevents people from homesteading them. Under statism the laughable results that are achieved include questioning grown people for two and a half hours on whether they know the difference between boys and girls, asking religious ladies in their 50s if they were brought up to refrain from taking their breasts out in public, seriously challenging people’s ability to differentiate between male and female nipples, and grown men insinuating that they are fearful of a female breast while under oath. This parade of ridicilousness is of course preformed with all the respectability and dignity that the State purports to have to offer. Anarchy offers a better solution.

The solutions offered by anarchy are preferable regardless of what you think of the goals of these admirable ladies. Under anarchy, the tragedy of the commons is almost non-existent. Clearly, people find the land that makes up Weirs Beach to be valuable, and someone would have homesteaded it. That person would then be able to allow or disallow toplessness for any person for any reason. Instead of having a two and a half hour hearing to determine the merits of female toplessness, and they have not even had the trial yet, the property owner would either have allowed these ladies on his/her beach without tops, or inform them that wearing tops was a condition of being invited to be on the beach. And right or wrong, it would not matter whether or not the property owner allowed men on the beach topless.
To be clear, neither the State nor property rights under anarchy determine whether or not the protesters are correct about their views on female breasts. Property rights do not determine which decision is the correct decision- they determine, efficiently and justly, who gets to make the decision. The State has inefficient and inherently aggressive ways of determining who gets to make decisions.

I have the utmost respect for anyone who is willing to take on a subsidiary of the largest, most violent gang in human history and get arrested for their beliefs. I do, however, disagree with the protestors with their views on female toplessness. I do not believe that male and female breasts are equal in humans. Humans are the only primates to have full breasts outside of pregnancy and lactation. Scientists believe that this functions to announce a woman’s fertility and ability to feed children. It is true that different cultures will report different valuations on female breasts, but that does not mean that all views are therefore purely cultural. “Researchers have long speculated that humans evolved the fatty deposits around the female mammary glands for sexual reasons.” Stimulation of female breasts releases oxytocin, which promotes pair bonding and mother/infant bonding. There is therefore, a scientific basis for saying that human female breasts are sexual. Which does not entirely answer the question as to whether or not females ought to expose their breasts publicly; it is the case that I am advocating a preference for keeping sexual things private.

And it is entirely immoral for the State to enforce preferences. Whatever harms I think might be caused by devaluing sexuality by making it public are far overshadowed by the harm caused by initiatory force being used against people with whom you disagree. Perhaps because it is the most immoral thing ever conceived, the State does not even go about regulating morality in a particularly sane manner. The Laconia ordinance at issue notably has an exemption for strip clubs, but not for breastfeeding.

Under anarchy, someone would own this beach. They might agree with me, they might agree with the protestors, or they might agree with either or us and act in the opposite manner because that is what their customers demand. They would not spend hours writing documents on whether the treatment was equal or just, they would just inform women that tops are required or they wouldn’t. People who found the decision moral would patronize that beach; people who found otherwise would patronize a beach that was more in line with their morals, open their own beach, or do something else with their time. Anyone who was topless or harassing topless women, depending on which side the owner took, would be trespassing and could be removed from the property for that offense. Under statism, the State who is blind and immune to all market signals makes one rule. Neither the protestors nor people who are more “morally conservative” may exercise a preference as to which type of beach they like. Then the State, in the name of supporting “morals and public order” initiates force against some women because it does not like their state of dress. All of the resource consuming absurdities that occurred here are irrelevant in a free society. Anarchy is the only system that gives everyone these choices and respects everyone’s property rights, including the right to bodily autonomy.

Should you wish to read the state’s objection to the motion to dismiss, it’s here.

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Citizen Cain – 08 – Why Not?

Free Keene - Mon, 2016-10-17 17:53 +0000

City planners pass ordinance prohibiting political signage on city property and public rights-of-way • Hero worship and trendy blue lines everywhere •

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Ban on Political Signs Violates Freedom of Speech

Free Keene - Sun, 2016-10-16 02:30 +0000

Submitted as a letter to the Keene Sentinel:

In a 3 to 1 vote, the Planning, Licenses, and Development committee passed a resolution to prohibit the posting of political advertising on city property and public rights-of-way. The resolution goes to full council on the 20th.

To many, the the political signage around town can be messy at times, especially during presidential years, but this resolution is a clear violation of our freedom of speech rights and also conflicts with current state statute that protects placing political signs on public property.

As it stands, RSA 31:41-c authorizes municipalities to create bylaws regulating electioneering. But state statute RSA 664:17 protects the placement of political signs on public rights-of-way, as long as it doesn’t obstruct the safe flow of traffic.

This comes right on the heels of a ridiculous new amendment to RSA 659:43 that now prohibits voters from entering the polling place wearing campaign related clothing. Clearly some of our state reps have entirely too much time on their hands.

Passing this new ordinance will undoubtedly open up lawsuits against the city which they will likely lose. The courts do routinely recognize extra protections for political speech. That means “we” the taxpayers will be picking up the tab as usual for mistakes made by the city. Please contact your city councilors and urge them to vote against this.

Conan Salada

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A Thin Blue Line

Free Keene - Sun, 2016-10-16 01:52 +0000

As part of a growing trend around the country, Keene city councilor Philip Jones made a recommendation to the Municipal Services, Facilities and Infrastructure Committee on Wednesday to paint a blue line down the center of Marlboro St in downtown Keene. This effort “would serve as a reminder that they (Keene Police Department) always have the support of the local community.”

Most attending the hearing spoke favorably of the service provided by KPD but there were some concerns over the precedent this request would create; what over city departments and organizations would want their own personalized line painted in the street next?

As the only dissenting voice at the hearing, I explained my concerns over this “every cop gets a trophy mentality.” Recognition should only be given to those who have gone above and beyond and never handed out simply because you wear a special uniform. This blue line creates a statement that “all” police should be recognized as heroes regardless of their performance.

The request was ultimately postponed until next hearing in order to gather more information regarding  the final cost and equipment needed.

Sentinel report:

A City Council committee postponed making a decision on a proposal to paint a blue traffic line down Marlboro Street to show appreciation for Keene’s police officers.

At a meeting of the municipal services, facilities and infrastructure committee Wednesday night, Vice Chairman Randy L. Filiault said city staff need more time to answer questions about the proposal’s cost and research how similar projects have gone over in other communities.

The proposal came before the council last week after Ward 5 Councilor Philip M. Jones filed a memo asking that city staff paint a blue line down the middle of Marlboro Street to show support and respect for the services provided by members of the city’s police department.

“Modern-day police personnel are working at an all-time high stress level. The blue stripe would be a continuous reminder of the community appreciation for all that they do,” the memo said.

Jones’ proposal comes at a time when police departments nationwide are facing criticism, including accusations of racism, and violence following numerous shootings involving unarmed black men during the past two years.

Officers are also increasingly being targeted by violence. Late Wednesday night, two Boston police officers were critically injured after a man wearing body armor and armed with an assault rifle shot them multiple times. In July, a man in Dallas killed five police officers during a peaceful protest against fatal police shootings of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana.

The proposal was sent to the municipal services committee for further review.

Committee members all expressed their support for the project at Wednesday’s meeting, but some were concerned that other organizations and agencies in the community would feel left out by the project and want their own displays.

Keene Police Chief Brian Costa conveyed the police department’s appreciation for Jones’ proposal but raised the same concern.

“What happens when one of the many other worthwhile organizations … were to come to the council and ask for the same display. Where does that go?” he said.

He said he didn’t want the project to limit similar treatment for other groups.

He and other speakers at the meeting brought up breast cancer awareness organizations, the fire department and the schools as others that might deserve or ask for similar painted displays.

Jones suggested the blue line be painted between the yellow lines on Marlboro Street, from the intersection with Eastern Avenue to the intersection with Main Street. The police station is at 400 Marlboro St.

“Before each shift, everyone who works for the police department drives down that street and after each shift,” Jones said at the meeting.

Although he didn’t know exactly how much the project would cost, Filiault said City Manager Medard Kopczynski told him it would be $100 or less.

Filiault said he wanted to avoid taking money out of the city’s operating budget to pay for the line, if possible, and suggested taking donations from the community.

Keene Public Works Director Kurt D. Blomquist said his department could handle the project. But he said the city would have to be careful about carrying out similar requests for other organizations because the displays could become overwhelming for drivers.

“You talk about doing blue here on Marlboro Street and red somewhere else, pink somewhere else — that certainly could become confusing just because it’s not the norm.”

He said that to avoid confusion, many towns that have painted blue lines for their police departments have done so in downtown areas.

Many communities across the country, including several in Ohio and 72 in New Jersey, have painted blue lines to show appreciation for police officers, according to Jones.

He said that Keene’s blue line could not be painted downtown, however, because of the median on Main Street.

Blomquist stressed that wherever displays were painted on the street, they would need to be contained and “localized.”

Keene resident Conan Salada expressed his disapproval of the project Wednesday. He said individual officers “who go above and beyond” deserve recognition, but not the entire department.

“The entire profession shouldn’t be broad-stroked as heroes because of a uniform you put on in the morning,” he said.

At the end of the meeting, Filiault affirmed his support for the project.

“I, for one, don’t think painting a small blue line down Marlboro Street is going to have any negative effect,” he said.

The proposal will come before the committee again in two weeks, at which point it will decide whether to recommend the project to the City Council.

Costa said he will respect whatever decision the City Council makes.

He said after the meeting that the police department has a strong relationship with Keene and its residents.

“What’s happening nationally is not reflective in this community,” he said. “We feel supported by this community every day.”

By Xander Landen, Sentinel Staff

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Bitcoin Brunch in Portsmouth, NH

Free Keene - Sat, 2016-10-15 04:55 +0000

ANOTHER New Hampshire restaurant now takes bitcoin! STREET, a trendy restaurant on the hipster West End of Portsmouth became the latest business in the Live Free Or Die state to trade goods and services for the new money. I stopped by with my partner Steven to have Sunday Brunch. He had biscuits and gravy with an avocado omelette. I had bacon and avocado in Scrambled eggs with a Hash brown. When we were done, we paid in bitcoin! Thanks STREET!

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Final Robin Hood NH Supreme Court Hearing Set For November 9th

Free Keene - Fri, 2016-10-14 21:29 +0000

Robin Hood Chalk Art in Downtown Keene

Keene’s Robin Hooders are heading back to the NH Supreme Court on November 9th at 9:30am for what should be the final round in a three-plus-year run through the courts.  Robin Hooders are the activists who have made international headlines for saving thousands of innocent motorists from parking tickets in the small city of Keene.

The city’s persecution of the peaceful activists has failed at nearly every legal turn. In its first visit to the NH Supreme Court, only one aspect of the city’s case was sent back to the superior court for review. The city gang then lost again at the superior court level and are now appealing that most recent decision to the Supreme Court.  (You can read both sides’ legal filings here.)

The NH Supreme court has already decided the allegations of “tortious interference”, “civil conspiracy”, “negligence”, and the demand for financial compensation were unfounded and the activities engaged in by the Robin Hooders are protected by the first amendment.

The appeal is for the NH Supreme court to look ONLY at the lower court’s ruling regarding the request for the “buffer zone” injunction.  The court will hear oral arguments from heroic free speech attorney Jon Meyer and the city’s expensive tax-paid private attorneys on 11/9 at 9;30am.  (The city’s attorneys are claiming they’re taking this case pro-bono, but that’s only after they charged the city likely over $100,000 for the first three court hearings.)

Here’s a Facebook event for the hearing – hope to see you there!

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Radical Agenda EP208 – Assimilation

Christopher Cantwell - Fri, 2016-10-14 16:40 +0000

Surely I’ll have to touch on the conveniently timed rape and sexual assault accusations lobbed at Donald Trump just weeks before the most important election in the history of mankind, but my attentions are presently quite drawn to another topic. It would seem the tensions sparked on recent episodes have reached beyond this show and even beyond the losers who made a show about this show, and reached the pages of (They dare not link of course, wouldn’t want an actual dialogue. Cutting mics is more their style it would seem).

Radical Agenda EP208 – Assimilation

Seventh Son, after spending many paragraphs in senseless non-argumentative insults, and bragging about a book collection apparently not so well understood, finally attempts, and fails, to make an economic argument for the non-existent economic platform of the alt right. He does however, in the process prove the other point I’ve been trying to make for quite some time about many who call themselves libertarians today.

He writes in part;

It’s bizarre that these so-called Level 47 Austrian Mages can’t grasp that labor isn’t the only product that can be devalued by allowing a cheaper foreign supply into the marketplace.

Interesting that one comes under the impression that an Austrian economist can’t figure out importation of goods often results in lower prices. After all, if it did not, then there would be little purpose in the importation. This does not sound like something that would fall from the mouth of one who has read Human Action. Of course importing goods results in lower prices, and since we prefer to pay less for things, this is why it is done.

He continues;

Why can’t they deduce that allowing into our market the goods produced by cheap foreign labor is almost as bad as letting the foreign labor itself into our market?

Because goods produced by cheap foreign labor (so long as said labor remains foreign) do not collect welfare. They do not commit crime. They do not breed with our women or lower the genetic integrity of our population. Instead, they reduce our workload and free us to spend our labors on higher aspirations which in turn purchase more goods and increase our quality of life. Not only is this not “almost as bad” as mass immigration, it is beneficial and has exactly the opposite impact on our quality of life.

Immigration and trade are not synonymous. Human beings go places where they are not wanted, while products are almost exclusively transported to people who have paid for them because they want them.

That’s just a bit of a preview, and I’ll continue the rest on the air. And of course I’ll take your calls at 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.

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