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11-27-06, 10:09 PM #221
11-27-06, 10:10 PM #222
Will spoke with Ian, and we have agreed to continue our relationship, as LEF members, with their radio show. In fact, we've agreed to become somewhat regulars on the show, to give our expert police opinion on a variety of subjects. So keep those calls coming to Ian and Mark during their live show, Mon-Sat: 7pm-10pm ET.
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11-27-06, 10:13 PM #223
I can't wait to hear tonight's broadcast
11-27-06, 10:15 PM #224
BTW Bosco, you did an awesome job. And you can just ignore my segment when you listen to the broadcast, in fact I would even think it was cool if they cut it outWhat I say is my opinion, not my employers or that of my academic institution.
11-27-06, 10:19 PM #225
Feel free to listen to some archives at http://freetalklive.com (in the lefthand column), you'll see that we talk about all sorts of issues, not just LEOs.
The more you listen, the more you'll agree with us on a lot of things. (Like guns.)
11-27-06, 10:21 PM #226
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11-27-06, 10:27 PM #228
While I don't agree... I must admit that was a good show!
11-27-06, 10:27 PM #229We are the thin blue line
and all the money in the world.
And no you can't have any.
11-27-06, 10:35 PM #230\\` ` ` ` < ` )___/\
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11-27-06, 10:39 PM #231
11-27-06, 10:41 PM #232
I was somewhat disapointed, I was about to make a comment about how good I thought Brad was, but they cut me off
11-27-06, 10:43 PM #233Rookie
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Why Logic Dictates Meth should be Legalized
Hello everyone I'd like to encourage some clean logical debate here.
I am an FTL subsciber and while I only started listening in hour 2 tonight I think I understand the crux of the debate.
While I respect the current establishment of law I'd like to point out that Libertarianism is not about legalizing things. It is about free market economics.
Milton Friedman http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milton_Friedman
who was mentioned on the news last week extensively because he died at 96 was a Nobel Prize winning economist and two of his major efforts were on eliminating drug prohibition and public education.
There is plenty of information about free market economics and specifically how black markets work available on the internet as well as a number of excellent books by friedman and his wife.
Libertarianism is not about some Utopian ideals, that is what communism and socialism are about, which is what government in general is about. Government is supposedly a necessary EVIL for the common good of the Commune-ity.
The closest thing we have to an example of a major active Libertarian politician in the US is (R) Rep. Ron Paul of Texas.
The US Constitutional Republic is NOT supposed to be a democracy because democaracy aka "mob rule" allows others aka "society" to inffringe on individuals rights, which extend as far as an individual can imagine as long as imagined right does not infringe on the rights of any others because humans have free will to make any choice good or bad for themselves.
Rights as everyone should know are not given by the Constitution, but are "endowed by their creator". The founding fathers were simply pointing this bit of logic out and thought it would be good to document it.
As citizens it is our duty to be aware of things like the constitution as most of us know little I recommend a great refresher the Badnarik Constitution Classes for Real Patriots of the USA Republic.
Yes its about 7 hours, but its mostly grade school stuff and its every Citizens duty to know.
No one is suggesting a lack of security or allowing drugees to run amuck. Everyone should be able to have property and be able to defend their property. I personally do not think taking any drugs is ok and I never have. I don't even take pain killers and I believe in maximizing personal health, but I have seen what illegal meth can do to a community in my state and legalzing the worst drugs is the only way to eliminate the the value and market demand for them completely. Legalizing the worst drugs leads to a lack of motive for mass production and therefore no need to market them to new possible addicts looking to be rebelious and try new drugs.
I challenge anyone to disprove the laws of the free market. It is true economics is not much of a hard science, but this is because the free market is really a force of nature that is unstoppable.
I look forward to learning about the current state of law enforcement in this country and hearing more of your concerns.
11-27-06, 10:45 PM #234
11-27-06, 10:51 PM #235The opinions of my posts are the sole responsibilty of my employer due to the fact that they have totally and completely warped my mind.
11-27-06, 10:52 PM #236
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