Right to Try is now federal law, after decades of dragging their feet. What’s in the News with stories on government indoctrination centers, lemonade stand shutdown, homeschooling, another bad cop, and First Amendment arrest. 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.


President Donald Trump finally signed legislation aimed at helping people with deadly diseases try experimental treatments, calling it a “fundamental freedom” that will offer hope and save lives. If it’s such a fundamental freedom, then why has it taken so long to become law? Laws clearly don’t have a regard for freedom. 


In government indoctrination centers, Northern Lebanon School District students in Pennsylvania must smile while walking the hallways at the institution or they will be punished, according to a report.

 In busybody news, some moron in Denver, Colorado called police on an unlicensed lemonade stand being run by two boys aged four and six over Memorial Day weekend, and the cops shut the stand down. 

 In more government indoctrination center news, the numbers of families choosing to homeschool over public and private schools is surging as parents seek a safer option for their children. 

 In bad apples news, an Oregon police officer was sentenced this week to 150 days in jail and five years probation for having sex with an underage girl and soliciting sexual contact from the child online.  

 In New Hampshire news, a police officer arrested Robert W. Frese in Exeter, New Hampshire, for the dastardly crime of insulting a police officer on the internet.