Computer security expert Randall Perry tells Michael W. Dean where America’s headed….It’s basically a cross between Nazi Germany and the movie “Demolition Man.” He tells you how you can survive in the coming “new normal” where society is basically a bunch of 40-year-old virgins smiling in the concentration camp singing “I wish I were an Oscar Mayer Wiener.” Randall also gives some useful tips on how to keep free, how to keep your head down while standing out, and then explains why the Freedom Feens are basically doing God’s work, and why society hates them for that.
Michael W. Dean calls surf guitar king Dick Dale on the phone, asks him three questions and Dick Dale talks for two hours and 20 minutes.
Michael says “This is amazing. I’m stunned. This is like no interview I’ve ever done. Actually it’s like no interview I’ve ever HEARD. This is the longest, and best, interview I’ve ever done. Hands down. I can’t really even say I ‘did’ this interview. Dick Dale did it all, I just recorded it, and witnessed it. In awe.”
As masterful and influential as Dick Dale is on guitar, guitar is a tiny bit of what this guy is all about. Guitar is only a delivery mechanism for the many many things Dick Dale does and is here on this planet to do.
Dick Dale talks about co-creating the first loud Fender amplifiers, big cats, why music is sex, Jimi Hendrix, surviving cancer, curing cancer, why Dick Dale doesn’t do drugs or drink, humility, Pulp Fiction, why Quentin Tarantino is one of the few good guys in show business, Dick’s favorite pizza restaurant, mental, physical and spiritual health; martial arts, guns, Zen, contacting the spirit world, and what he’s on earth for.
This is part one of this three-part interview. Parts two and three of will post here in the coming weeks, because you’re going to need time to digest each part. Too much at once might overwhelm ya’. Seriously. Part two of the interview is HERE.
(re-broadcast from The Disindoctrination Podcast). Tonight Garrett is joined by the OG Freedom Feen, Michael W. Dean. Or MDub if you’re a mac daddy. They try to take a break from all of the usual government crap that’s going on and try to focus on self education. An excerpt from Unintended Consequences by John Ross. A little on Michael’s school background while growing up and getting into making music. There’s some discussion on website widgets, plug-ins and how much MDub helped get this very podcast up and running. Garrett and Michael’s take on what’s going on with Ademo’s case and the different approaches you can take when handling lawsuits. Then some chatter on books, guns, books about guns, how Michael got started in writing and what he would be doing if LibPar was actually here.
3D printing technology allows objects and even simple machines to be printed from a freely-distributed computer file. Cody Wilson wants to do this with guns and share it with the world.
Cody Wilson is an engineer AND law student in the Drone Star State who is creating a freely distributed printable gun design for the world. (“The Wiki Weapon”). He and Michael W. Dean talk about guns, physics, tyranny, where the world is headed and what we can do about it, and much much more.
His project will revolutionize guns and kick-start the Printable Gun Hobbyist Movement, while pissing off both liberals and conservatives. What’s not to love?
This is Cody’s first-ever interview, and the first of many.
Donate to the project on IndieGoGo.
Cody’s Defense Distributed
Ben Stone (the Bad Quaker) and Michael W. Dean wax poetic with the next lesson in the Anarchy Distance Learning University series. They talk about “Will there be liberty in our lifetime?” Will our podcasts be played in schools and studied by the 100 years? They yack about how the State still has a lot to steal, not just here but also in Africa and elsewhere; what to do when “they” come for your guns, Frédéric Bastiat and the Russians, maybe the government archives of us at NSA and DHS will be used for the liberty masses in 100 years, the fragmenting goon bullet the gubmint has, will Ben and Michael die of natural deaths or be killed? a discussion of audio archiving quality vs, video, archiving and storing media as well as guns, the movie Adaptation and the hypocrisy of the Christian rock group, Stryper.
Michael W. Dean chats with Bill Buppert, founder of ZeroGov.com and author of ZeroGov: Limited Government, Unicorns and Other Mythological Creatures. They discuss biometric intrusion, anarchist ideas of security on a large scale, the American and British Empires, government surveillance, The Iraqi Mandate, A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East, history repeating itself, Boston T. Party, Lew Rockwell, what’s wrong with the US Constitution, how we’re all government employees now, guns, FN FALs, Thomas Jefferson, Ron Paul, non-interventionists vs. isolationists, homeschooling, Abbie Hoffman, ex-patting and where to go, “love it or leave it” statism, T. E. Lawrence, and how to survive when the Schumer hits the fan.
Kelly Voluntaryist talks about sex, drugs, rock ‘n’ roll, being at the airport in panties, the TSA, Ted Nugent, guns, New Hampshire, why she joined the Free State Project, Free Keene, 420, and a bunch of other nifty things. Ian Freeman of Free Talk Live joins in a bit.