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Activists on tour promoting freedom

By William R. Toler With today marking the 50th anniversary of one of the country’s most well-known speeches from of its most well-known activists, I thought it appropriate to do this piece on several activists that are on tour promoting … Continue reading

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Robin Hooders sued by city

By William R. Toler Another group of activists in New Hampshire has caught the wrath of the local government. Actually, it’s a lot of the same activists…with a different activity. The city of Keene has filed a lawsuit against six … Continue reading

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Cop Blocker confronts officers on speeding

By William R. Toler While driving through the streets of Winston-Salem, a concerned individual noticed two police officers breaking the law. Clyde Voluntaryist, founder of Carolinas Cop Block and Never Take a Plea, followed the two cruisers until they parked. … Continue reading

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The more things change…

It’s now been seven years since the first issues of the Independent Register rolled off the presses at Carteret Publishing. This was after a grueling weekend of crisscrossing Craven County covering multiple community events and local high school football games … Continue reading

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Updates: Raub released, Ademo appeals

By William R. Toler One week after being detained, a former Marine can return to his Virginia home. Thursday, a judge ordered the release of Brandon Raub, who had been shuffled between two psychiatric wards since his “arrest” Aug. 16 … Continue reading

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Update: Ademo found guilty

By William R. Toler Adam Mueller, known among the liberty crowd in “the Shire” as Ademo Freeman, was found guilty Monday¬†of three felony counts of wiretapping by a New Hampshire jury. The founder of Cop Block was sentenced to one … Continue reading

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Lemonade, lactose and liberty

By William R. Toler As a writer, it would be great if my lead sentence could be: Lemonade will fill the Reflecting Pool in the nation’s capitol Aug. 17 &¬†18. But that’s probably not accurate. What is accurate is that … Continue reading

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Cop Block founder faces 21 years for attempting accountability

By William R. Toler A political activist faces a possibility of 21 years in a cage for asking questions and recording answers. Adam Mueller, affectionately known as Ademo Freeman, is charged with three counts of felony wiretapping for recording conversations … Continue reading

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