(Matt Agorist) As countless individuals across the land of the free are rotting in cages for possessing a plant deemed illegal by the government, a historical bill is making its way through Congress that could change everything. A congressional committee reportedly plans to vote on a bill this week that would end the federal prohibition of marijuana.
(Matt Agorist) In what is being called the largest-ever single day of commutations in the history of the United States, hundreds of non-violent drug offenders and other low-level non-violent offenders are being set free from Oklahoma prisons on Monday.
(Mitch Stoltz) With so much dissatisfaction over how companies like Facebook and YouTube moderate user speech, you might think that the groups that run the Internet’s infrastructure would want to stay far away from the speech-policing business. Sadly, two groups that control an important piece of the Internet’s infrastructure have decided to jump right in.
(Matt Agorist) As government subsides continue to flow into colleges across the country, the price of tuition continues to skyrocket, with some rates shooting up nearly 400% since 2000. Over the same period, as the price of college went up, median income in the US went down. This created the perfect storm for what we are currently witnessing right now—a black hole of student loan debt.
(Nicholas West) While people feel compelled to continue debating the government shutdown, the reality remains that tax collection is expected to continue uninterrupted. The old maxim that the two great inescapable realities are death and taxes should come as an affront to the liberty-minded, however. The mandatory payment of taxes is as unnatural as death is natural, and is a human construct that is a historically recent phenomenon.
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(Edward Morgan) On January 3rd, 2019 H.R.24 and H.R.25 Bills were Submitted to the US Congress House Committee:
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(Joe Martino) Hemp used to be legal once in the US, until it was controversially made illegal. But this changed today, President Donald Trump just signed the Farm Bill, legalizing industrial hemp in the United States once again.
(John W. Whitehead) We are approaching critical mass, the point at which all hell breaks loose.
(Justin Deschamps) Politics has devolved markedly in modern times. Principally, politics is supposed to be about the debate—the uncensored flow of ideas maintained by a people that recognize the value of free speech as the primary tool to build unity. A people, living together in some society or culture, have to talk with each other to maintain their mutual lifestyle choices and living standards. In the modern age, social media has become a political forum, as a Federal Judge ruled in mimid-2017 in response to President Trump’s attempt to block twitter users.
(Justin Deschamps) StormWatchr researcher group has been posting sealed indictment count numbers for a little under a year, which they claim are at unprecedented rates. These reports have been regarded by some as proof an alliance working against the Deep State is preparing for mass arrests, along with unprecedented changes to society long awaited by many in the know. The claim is that the number of sealed indictments is far above the norm, about ten times as much. But some contend that the number count is wrong, as is presented in the below analysis.
(Michael Boldin) A lot of people misunderstand the nature of their rights. The source.
(Matt Agorist) Amazon’s Echo built upon the voice search capability of Android’s ‘Ok Google’ and Apple’s Siri and turned it into a device that is capable of doing everything from answering questions to turning on your air conditioner. However, like all beneficial technology, when the government gets involved, this useful household item is converted into a spying machine for the surveillance state.
(Justin Deschamps) For most people, money is a given. They don’t question it, they don’t know where it comes from, and they don’t understand why its value can fluctuate. But almost everyone can recognize inflation—the slow and steady erosion of value or purchasing power of a currency. In response, many “sound money” advocates promote gold-backed or asset backed currencies. These are good solutions, but it isn’t enough. In this video, I’ll describe the missing ingredient needed to solve the money crisis once and for all.