Bill Weld is back and is schmoozing the LP. Let’s not forget how toxic this statist is. What’s in the News with stories on 800 percent tax increase, government forced indoctrination, communism is bad, speech stopped in preschool, and a cop trolling for dates. Finally, an Ask Me Anything segment where I answer your burning questions. This episode is brought to you by ZenCash, a cryptocurrency that infuses privacy, anonymity, and security done right. Also brought to you by NordVPN, the fastest, easiest to use service to protect your online presence that I’ve ever seen.

 

WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES

At the end of the 2016 campaign, I made a prediction. I said that Bill Weld would be back to run for president for the Libertarian Party. Well, he is certainly giving every indication that he is, and that is just further proof that the Libertarian Party is a disaster and irrelevant. Not because he is running, mind you, but the fact that powerful, prominent members of the LP are all over him slobbering on his knob like he’s the great savior of the party. Some of the people are people I had a modicum of respect for. Well, one way to quickly lose any respect I have for you is to support a statist in libertarian clothing like Bill Weld.

 

WHAT’S IN THE NEWS

In taxation is theft news, a city in Maryland raised the property tax on businesses by 800 percent, in, a bid to attract more businesses. How backward can you be?

In government indoctrination centers news, California is about to implement new abortion- and homosexuality-promoting sex education lessons, and one school district has told parents they have no choice but to expose their children to them.

In no shit Sherlock news, living under communism makes countries poorer and less healthy for decades, according to a landmark new study. Researchers testing historical connections between cultures found that whether a country had been under communism was the biggest factor for those with lower health, income, and educational levels.

In more government indoctrination center news, students attending Pentucket Workshop Preschool in Georgetown, Massachusetts are not allowed to call each other “best friends.” 

In an abuse of authority news, New Jersey State Trooper Eric Richardson reportedly threatened female motorists with tickets and arrest until they agree to go out with him.

 

ASK ME ANYTHING

It’s that time again, where I answer a few of your questions! I’ve already answered all of my current questions from supporters since they get their questions answered first. This episode I’ll be tackling some other questions.