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Letter from Adam Kokesh American Referendum Project

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Letter from J. Neil Schulman

Mars Pirate Rsadio Podcast with J, Neil Schulman Part I — Heinlein Interview

Mars Pirate Radio #137
http://dougturnbull.podbean.com/e/episode-cxxxvii/

Episode CXXXVII
Posted in Uncategorized by dougturnbull on January 13th, 2018

Tonight, in a Special Edition of Mars Pirate Radio, Episode 137 will feature the first half of my interview with SF author, playwright, screenwriter, and film producer, J. Neil Schulman. In 1973 as a 20 year-old reporter for the New York Daily News, he interviewed science fiction author Robert A. Heinlein (Stanger in a Strange Land and many other works). We discuss his interview with excerpts, at length, in a wide ranging conversation via cell-phone and Skype. There are some spots where due to the connection, the sound quality is less than perfect, so please bear with us on that. Below is a link to Mr. Schulman's recording of the original Heinlein interview.

http://jneilschulman.agorist.com/2017/12/now-available-complete-audio-the-robert-heinlein-interview/

Music was composed by Bernard Herrmann for Fahrenheit 451, Copyright © 1966 by Universal Pictures

J. Neil Schulman
jneil@pulpless.com

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Letter from Adam Kokesh American Referendum Project

10 Things You Can Do RIGHT NOW To Help End the Fed

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Ending the Fed has long been one of the primary goals of the liberty movement. Ron Paul famously wrote the book, “End the Fed,” and since then it has served as a rallying cry for people who understand that the Federal Reserve System and the fractional reserve banking practices it empowers are the largest and most pervasive frauds perpetrated on a civilized society. By turning the money supply into nothing but a ledger of debt owed to the Federal Reserve, it guarantees that all money flows into just a few pockets. There is only one declared candidate for president who believes in the potential of Crypto Currencies as well as the use of political action to end the Federal Reserve Bank.

Adam Kokesh has been shouting, “End the Fed!” since the Ron Paul years and has never stopped. Here’s his speech from the Philadelphia End The Fed Block Party from earlier this year: https://youtu.be/ocpmXqSbS7g

And here is a list of Ten Things You Can Do RIGHT NOW To Help Adam Kokesh End the Fed.

Adam Kokesh American Referendum Project
www.kokeshforpresident.com

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Adam Kokesh American Referendum Project
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Letter from A.X. Perez

Source

Cited article includes text of article in which “There ain”t no such thing as free lunch” is stated as an economic precept. Thought you might be interested in history of the saying:

There Ainít No Such Thing as a Free Lunch
by Quote Investigator

Milton Friedman? Robert Heinlein? Robert G. Ingersoll? Michael Montague? Walter Morrow? John Madden? Harley L. Lutz? Pierre Dos Utt? Leonard P. Ayres? Jake Falstaff…
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A.X. Perez
perez180ehs@hotmail.com

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Another Letter from J. Neil Schulman

I Facebooked and Tweeted

All four of my grandparents emigrated to the United States from shithole countries.

I live in a Third World Country—the USA. But so does everyone else living on the planet orbiting the sun after Mercury and Venus.

J. Neil Schulman
jneil@pulpless.com

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Letter from Edwin E. Smith

Legal Marijuana?

Editor:

I just saw my first TV ad here in California about how smoking cigarettes is OK but smoking Marijuana will get you a DUI. Leaving aside the fact that nicotine is an addictive alkaloid which has many bad effects on the body, INCLUDING, the fact that large amounts of it in your blood can intoxicate you and impair driving, marijuana is still stigmatized and will get you busted if you should drive with it in your system. Being that it can be detected 30 days after your last toke the cops are going to be really increasing the revenues to the state. Also there are cops who are supposedly trained to detect it from simple observation, no blood test necessary.

So watch out for the marijuana cops!

Edwin E. Smith
edsmith@freeholdconsulting.com
Freehold Consulting
2339 W Anahurst Pl
Santa Ana, CA 92704
620-210-1160 Cell

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“There is no means of avoiding the final collapse of a boom brought about by credit (debt) expansion. The alternative is only whether the crisis should come sooner as the result of a voluntary abandonment of further credit (debt) expansion, or later as a final and total catastrophe of the currency system involved.” —Ludwig von Mises

“I heartily accept the motto,—“That government is best which governs least;” and I should like to see it acted up to more rapidly and systematically. Carried out, it finally amounts to this, which I also believe,—“That government is best which governs not at all;” and when men are prepared for it, that will be the kind of government which they will have. Government is at best but an expedient; but most governments are usually, and all governments are sometimes, inexpedient.” —Thoreau, Civil Disobedience

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