Shire Sharing is my favorite charity. It’s voluntary — People like you and me — NOT gun-funded government bureaucrats. The idea is simple: Raise money, buy bags of groceries, and deliver them to families who are less fortunate. Last year, they fed over 3,000 people! They even personalized each bag by household — because some have children, some are elderly and can’t cook anymore, and some have dietary needs like diabetes or vegetarianism. YOU can help Shire Sharing feed an entire family this Thanksgiving for just 35 bucks. They take bitcoin! (And of course credit cards too.) They have an all-volunteer staff, so 100% of your donation actually buys food. Compare that to 30% with government. Shire Sharing is Voluntaryism in action. Put your money where your heart is, and be the change you want to see. Learn more and donate today at ShireSharing.org
J Buzz Webb of Buzz’s Big Gay Dance Party joins Flaming Freedom to explain why she’s gay, not a lesbian, and why all the gays should just drop the acronym soup that has become LGBTQQA+ — transgender people especially don’t belong in that group because their thing is gender dysphoria, and it just confuses the issue of sexuality by lumping them in under one big, confusing umbrella. Buzz educates the listeners on the history of the gay liberation movement, Stonewall, and coming out in the days of Jesse Helms. She answers your questions about how she became an anarchist thanks to J Krishnamurti and his book, “Freedom From the Known.”
A college student in Commie-fornia is in trouble for recording audio in her own dorm room. An Uber drive was arrested for recording, protestors in Pennsylvania won a victory against aggressive law enforcers, and an activist in Texas catches law enforcers breaking into his car!
UPDATE: Oh, look. Nothing happened.
Not ONE reported incident or article about the so-called “National Liberation Militia.” Could that be because the FBI invented stories about a non-existent group?
Ever heard of the “National Liberation Militia”? Neither had I…
Uber driver Christopher David, age 29, turned himself over to law enforcers in Portsmouth New Hampshire yesterday, Friday, November 6, 2015 after the gang issued an order to kidnap him for the alleged crime of felony wiretapping. The charge was in response to a YouTube video posted by David featuring an encounter he had while picking up passengers from the Daniel Street Tavern. In the recording, a doorman and part-time cab driver called “Big Mike” can be heard snitching on David to a nearby law enforcer (operating an Uber is violation of a Portsmouth city ordinance). The enforcer chose to exercise discretion in that instance and did not issue a ticket (or even a warning) to David. However “Big Mike” complained to law forcers about the YouTube video and had David charged with wiretapping. That is a Class B Felony in New Hampshire, punishable by up to 7 years in prison.
Hosts Adam, Steven, and Derrick J talk pros and cons of anilingus. Criminal Uber Driver WANTED for alleged “wiretapping”, Transgender student fights for the right to shower with other females, Derrick J’s Ass, Iceman is Gay, Gay Couple Adopted Each Other and Now Cannot Marry Legally, Bernie Sanders loves Uber so much he thinks it should be illegal, Stonewall is lost in the memory hole, Affirmative Consent laws are confusing, Britain tries to ban math, kinky porn found in Oakland house, plus “Dancing Trump“!
What is jail like? What should you know going in? How should you interact with guards and other inmates? Is there porn? All these questions and more were answered by a rotating panel of guest hosts on last night’s episode of CopBlock Radio. We usually focus on Police Accountability topics, but we took a break from our normal routine to spend some time sharing our collective knowledge on a topic that every CopBlocker is sure to encounter: Jail. I wish this weren’t the case, but in a police state, even someone who is exercising a so-called “protected” right can be wrongfully arrested and caged by a badged agent of the state.
Steven Zeiler spoke at Blockchain University about Ripple, Interledger, and a new type of payment protocol for sending value over the internet. This 2-hour presentation took place in Mountain View, California. This lecture is interactive, so you will be asked to download a wallet and try sending payments across networks. You will even learn how to issue your own currency or commodity on the Ripple network.