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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Libertarian calendar for October

October 23
Vancouver, Canada

LibertyMingle Happy Hour
  • 579 Dunsmuir St
Hurry, hurry, hurry - we're sneaking in a Liberty Mingle before the end of October @ the Railway club. ***Backroom is booked so we'll be gathering just outside the backroom amongst the tables. Bring yourself, your spooky tales of state intervention, and your ideas on what we, as individuals, can do about the Vampire ;-)

October 24
New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco,
and at E Street Cinema in Washington, D.C

Edward Snowden film opens

A film by Laura Poitras

A riveting first-person look at how Poitras and journalist Glenn Greenwald first met with whistleblower Edward Snowden in Hong Kong where he gave them documents showing widespread abuses of power by the National Security Administration. An unprecedented fly-on-the-wall look at one of the most groundbreaking moments in recent history, CITIZENFOUR (executive produced by Academy Award(r)-winner Steven Soderbergh) had its world premiere as a Special Presentation in the Main Slate at the New York Film Festival. 

 In January 2013, filmmaker Laura Poitras (recipient of the 2012 MacArthur Genius Fellowship and co-recipient of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service) was several years into making a film about surveillance in the post-9/11 era when she started receiving encrypted e-mails from someone identifying himself as "citizen four," who was ready to blow the whistle on the massive covert surveillance programs run by the NSA and other intelligence agencies.  In June 2013, she and Greenwald flew to Hong Kong for the first of many meetings with the man who turned out to be Edward Snowden. She brought her camera with her. The film that resulted from this series of tense encounters is absolutely sui generis in the history of cinema: a 100% real-life thriller unfolding minute by minute before our eyes. 

CITIZENFOUR opens October 24 in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco,
and at E Street Cinema in Washington, D.C. with a national release to follow 



October 27
Bruce Majors on WHUR & HUR Voices Sirius XM Channel 141  “The Daily Drum”. We will be hosting “WHUR’s DC Mayoral Discussion: Why Should We Vote For You”. The following information is the itinerary for a special edition of The Daily Drum.

 When:  Monday, October 13th 2014
 Where: WHUR Radio & HUR Voices Sirius XM Channel 141
                529 Bryant Street
                Washington D.C. 20059

October 30
Washington DC

The Soviet Story
Landmark Theater
10th and E Streets NW

Join us for an exclusive screening of the award-winning documentary “Soviet Story,” which tells the story of Soviet-German collaboration and explores the legacy of communist crimes. Drawing from archival material and in-depth interviews, the film looks at Ukraine’s Great Famine, the Katyn massacre of 1940, GULAG medical experiments, Soviet mass deportations, and more. The film has garnered international acclaim.
The film’s writer and director, Edvins Snore, will be present at this screening to speak about the film and its importance.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the building of the International Museum on Communism.
To learn more about the documentary, visit the ‘Soviet Story’ website
Come see the film The Economist called “the most powerful antidote yet to the sanitisation of the past. The film is gripping, audacious, uncompromising.”

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Democrats plot stopping decrim

Norton: Doubts Raised Over DC Marijuana Legalization Vote

Vice Writer Apparently Surprised that ‘Gay’ Is Not a Political Orientation

<em>Vice</em> Writer Apparently Surprised that ‘Gay’ Is Not a Political Orientation

Mark Udall Advocates Condone Voter Fraud: "That’s not even like lying or...

Libertarian calendar for November

November 1-12

RadarVsWolf fundraising
  • PO Box 68489, East Nashville, Tennessee 37206
We're excited to announce that we'll playing at this year's LibertopiaFestival in San Diego, CA on Friday November 14th!

Unfortunately, Libertopia can't cover our travel costs, so we need YOUR help to get there. The trip from Nashville to San Diego is a BIG one. Gas should run us around $1,500 round trip, so we're asking for small donations via Paypal, Square Cash, or Venmo of at least $1. With enough donations, we'll only need a buck or two per person. We're also asking our supporters to share this link and invite people to donate. Venmo donations can be sent to radarvswolf. Paypal and Square Cash donations should be sent to

We can't use Bitcoin since it's not yet accepted by most major gas stations, grocers, hotels, etc. However, donations in the form of precious metals may be sent to:

Radar vs Wolf
PO Box 68489
Nashville, TN 37206-8489

Thanks as always for your continued support. Without you, we are nothing.


November 13-16
San Diego, CA


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A personal message from Bob Podolski...
Bob Podolski
Whether you'd rather "fix" government or prefer to replace it with a highly ethical system of self-governance, you will need to employ a new proven method of organizing. If you come to my free presentation on Libertopia Friday, you'll be introduced to two related ways to bring this about.

The first is a small group format that is inherently ethical, makes unanimous decisions, and can be extended to large groups for any ethical purpose. Such small groups are called "Octologues" , and their larger counterparts are called HoloMats. In these groupings participants have no authority over one another. So they are non-hierarchic and non-bureaucratic - yet very effective and maximally creative.

The second is a process called Soul-Bonding that recognizes how all violence begins with childhood trauma - and teaches us how to recover from such ill effects so we can, over time, eliminate child abuse and thereby eliminate violence - which is essential to a free and ethical society.

While the Friday meeting merely presents the basic concepts underlying these two methodologies, the next two days you can attend two experiential workshops designed to get you started using this extraordinary lore. The Saturday workshop will provide 6 hours of instruction in Soul-Bonding and the Sunday workshop is 6 hours on the formation of HoloMats of Octologues.

Discount pricing of these workshops at Libertopia is $75 each or $125 for the two. If you elect to pay before November the price of the package is just $100. To reserve your place at either one or both of these workshops, call me at 602-861-3097.

I look forward to meeting you at Libertopia - the best gathering I know for those who love freedom and creativity.


Payments for the above listed workshops can be made via PayPal to Creative Consulting Services, Inc. using the email address

November 18
Washington DC

6:30 pm

Richard Gamble  “In Search of the City on a Hill:
The Making & Unmaking of an American Myth”

Marriott Conference Center
ASAE Building
1575 I Street NW

RSVP at:

Nations adopt narratives to explain why they are different and exceptional. As nations are different, so are their narratives different. Interest groups compete to articulate the national narrative. George Orwell said: “Whoever controls the present controls the past and whoever controls the past controls the future.”
In 1917, Anglophile Woodrow Wilson took the nation to war to “make the world safe for democracy.” He propounded an American civil religion that replaced the founding narrative of self-restraint and limits on power. His militant "idealism" -- as developed and reinforced by humanitarian interventionists, neoconservatives, and assertive nationalists -- animates our foreign policy debates almost a century later. We have to “do something” constantly because Americans are a chosen people indispensable to world order. Ronald Reagan jack-hammered the metaphor “City on a Hill” into the Wilsonian narrative that America is “a force for good in the world.” George W. Bush gave this kind of thinking a strong boost, and Democrats have embraced America as "the indispensable nation."
 In “In Search of the City on a Hill”, Professor Richard Gamble shows how Reagan turned the Christian metaphor into a secular metaphor with a meaning diametrically opposed to what Massachusetts Governor John Winthrop meant in his Model of Christian Charity four centuries ago. Today Republican and Democratic politicians invoke the phrase repeatedly as a shorthand for an American exceptionalism that justifies the use of American military force around the world. Recovering the biblical meaning of the Sermon on the Mount and the Puritan context of the "city on a hill" is a good way to understand how the current American exceptionalism represents a drastic break with America's moral, religious and political origins. The historical Winthrop -- if he were here today -- would be a foreigner in his own country.
Richard Gamble holds the Anna Margaret Ross Alexander Chair in History and Political Science at Hillsdale College. He is a contributing editor of The American Conservative.

The Committee for the Republic is a citizen-based, non-partisan, nonprofit organization founded in 2003. The Committee sponsors speakers monthly on challenges to the American Republic, including the military-industrial complex, too-big-to-fail banks, campaign finance, and U.S. competitiveness. For questions or requests email

Mail donations to:

Committee for the Republic
1320 18th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036 

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