Thursday, April 5, 2012

Father of LV Costco Shooting Victim Speaks Out On Freedomizer Radio

Dear liberty lovers,

It is my honor to announce that Bill Scott, granted the first radio interview after his family dropped the wrongful-death lawsuit against Las Vegas Metro PD.  This news came on the heels of a successful lawsuit of another family that received $1.7 million for Metro’s murder of their loved one.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Civil Disobedience - While Open Carrying a Weapon

Dear liberty-loving friends,

I don't know about you, but I'm sick of being a slave to our police state.  What's the worst that could happen if I get stopped for not wearing a helmet?  Well, actually, since I'm also carrying a weapon, I could be killed by one of Sheriff Gestapo Gillespie's ill-trained dogs.

Speaking of corrupt public servants, did you guys read about our Senate Majority Leader - the beloved Steven Horseford?  He obviously ignores the Constitution to abide by a SECOND SET OF BOOKS.  Now, I'm no saint, and am in no position to judge anyone's finances - but then again, I'm not running for office and INTENDING to break promises to gain POLITICAL JUICE.

With the alleged backing of whorehouse Harry and NoBama, "Horse-Highness" is probably a shoe-in to win for U.S. Congress.  Never mind the fact that he DELIBERATELY ignored the bill that would have increased the most revenue without spending ANY tax dollars - Nevada's helmet-choice bill SB177.

Scarlett O'Hara once said that the only thing that matters is "money."  Her father said the only thing worth living for, fighting for, and dying for is LAND, because "it's the only thing that lasts." 

Well, I beg to differ with those fictitious Confederate characters.  Nothing lasts, not even our lives.  In my opinion, the only thing worth living for, defending, and dying for - is FREEDOM.

In this vid, I defend my freedom by disobeying Nevada's helmet law.

Roaring for liberty,


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