6 comments

  1. I enjoyed the show very much, and I appreciated your mentioning that often, Libertarians and anarchists are the most moral persons in the room. Good intentions do not come to their fruition when they begin with theft. I don’t want freedom because I want people to die from heroine use, but I do want to avoid the disastrous effects of coercion in any situation. I don’t want the state to grow corn, not because I want to starve the children, but because starvation would be the end result of the state growing corn.
    The most obnoxious strawman argument republicans and conservatives make IMHO, is that Libertarians are for abortion, and many of the famous ones do, but many, many libertarians disagree, on the basis that, within the parent-child relationship, competing rights exist, and demand compromise. A simple choice is not possible.
    I know that the basics of libertarianism seem simple to those of us who have opened our mind to it, but I know that they must be explained repeatedly for an audience like WSB, or they just won’t get it.
    Your show is always a pleasure to listen to.

  2. futuret says:

    HE HAS PICKED AN EXCELLENT CHOICE TO FILL IN FOR HIM. LISTEN MONICA, THAT STILL DOES NOT LEAVE YOU WITH AN EXECUSE TO SKIP YOUR OTHER JOB. SEE AND HEAR YOU THERE!

  3. hugh says:

    Wow, this is great news! I am off today, but I’m thinking of riding around in Atlanta traffic today, from 5-7pm, to truly experience the show. I was sort of down that I wouldn’t have my ‘Monica fix’ this week, but all is now well!

  4. tim says:

    Thank you for saving us! Please don’t talk about beer or your powerful, secret and important yet unmentionable friends in high places or break out into spasms of hysterical howling.

    1. hugh says:

      Tim, I’m a beer drinker, and actually appreciate some of the help Erick provides in alerting the public to pending bad legislation. So I like the ‘beer talk’. But with that said, I attended two sessions this week of a Georgia Senate Committee Hearing on the No-Knock legislation and I witnessed Hunter Hill (the beer legislation sponsor) vote for tyranny. In my opinion, Hunter Hill and seven other senators voted against the 4th Amendment and the long history of English Common Law, upon which our nation was based. Hunter Hill and the others apparantly don’t understand the sacred phase “A man’s home is his castle”. Hill and the others need to be routed out of our nation, as they clearly don’t belong here! And Erick needs to much better prioritize how he uses his megaphone for good!

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