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Cantwell kicked out of Free State Project for ‘aggressive’ speech

By William R. Toler Every group has drama. It’s gonna happen. For the past several days, there has been tension brewing in New Hampshire (and across the “liberty movement”) for the Free State Project board’s decision to excommunicate activist Chris … Continue reading

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Kokesh cuffed and caged…again

By William R.¬† Toler Adam Kokesh has been cuffed, kidnapped and caged yet again. The libertarian internet show host and activist was arrested, along with N.A. Poe, at a pro-pot rally in Philadelphia Saturday. But it wasn’t for smoking marijuana … Continue reading

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Former Marine detained, held for mental evaluation over Facebook posts

By William R. Toler In a move that would have only seemed possible to some during the Bush Administration, a Virginia man has been taken into custody and is being held against his will,¬†without criminal charges. Former Marine Brandon Raub … Continue reading

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Protesters stand up for ‘offensive’ speech, against penalty

By William R. Toler Dozens of protestors joined liberty activist Adam Kokesh Monday for a protest aimed at a Massachusetts bylaw that fines profanity. Kokesh, a former marine, organized the event outside the town hall after the people of Middleborough … Continue reading

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Profanity fine leads to planned protest

By William R. Toler WARNING: In the spirit of free speech, this post is completely uncensored. A recent decision by a Massachusetts town to fine foul language has spurred a massive, planned showing of civil disobedience. Liberty activist Adam Kokesh … Continue reading

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‘Dance Party @ TJ’s’

By William R. Toler Wanna dance? If you’re going to be in the nation’s capital this weekend, then the Jefferson Memorial is the place to be. Following a court decision that upheld a ban on dancing at the memorial, five … Continue reading

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