The Ohio legislature is set to make sweeping changes to a new law passed by the people. So much for rule by consent. What’s in the News with stories on hemp legalization, cannabis convictions expunged, cop gets away with murder, peace is closer in the Koreas, cop recruitment way down, and civil asset forfeiture theft. Finally, an Ask Me Anything where I answer questions on arbitrary laws, multiverse theory, and ending federal government. This episode is brought to you by ZenCash, now known as Horizen, a cryptocurrency that infuses privacy, anonymity, and security, done right. Also, brought to you by SmartCash, an easy to use, fast, and secure cryptocurrency that supports everyday use for everyday transactions.


Rule of consent, right? Rule of the people, right? I mean, hell, even the state of Arkansas has that as their state motto, Regnat Populus, Latin for “The People Rule.” Well, we all know that is complete and utter horse shit. However, to see it on such rich display is pretty rare, even for our statist statolatry society.
I’m talking about, of course, the nonsense coming out of Utah. I had several of my loyal listeners and supports bring this one up to me, so I knew I had to tear into this one.
Lawmakers in Utah passed sweeping changes Monday to a voter-approved medical marijuana ballot measure under a planned compromise that secured the support of the influential Mormon Church but sparked a backlash from pot advocates.




I had such a good time doing the ask me anything last week that I wanted to do it again this week. And, since I have several questions if the queue, it is a perfect time to do so!