Episode 12: Seattle Cop Punches Teen, Boston Tea Party Controversy, Gen. McChrystal, Etc.

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In the twelfth episode, Todd and his panelists libertarian activist and pundit Jason Jewell, left-libertarian/agorist and co-host of Anarchy Time Tom Ender, and Peace, Freedom, and Movement Radio and Boston Tea Party At-Large Member candidate Michael Shanklin discussed Seattle Cop Ian Walsh who punches 19-year-old Marilyn Levias after she shoves him for trying to arrest her 17-year-old friend Angel Rosenthal on the non-violent crime of "jaywalking," Levias later apologizing to Officer Walsh and he accepted her apology, the public's shameful condemnation of Levias's action against Walsh, Obama accepted General McChrystal's resignation from his post in Afghanistan after he publicly questioned the administration's role in the country, Mike Shanklin running for the Boston Tea Party's At-Large seat on the National Committee in the wake of controversy stirred up by the Party's founder Tom Knapp and former At-Large member and current candidate Neil Kiernan Stephenson, Obama preparing to challenge Arizona's immigration law a.k.a. S.B. 1070, etc.

Former Boston Tea Party Chairman Doug Gaking was on for a half hour discussion from 11:30 p.m. EST to midnight to talk about the recent events unfolding in the Boston Tea Party, especially the controversy surrounding the fourth At-Large seat, the currently-running At-Large seat election, and what future would hold for the organization.

[Note: Former libertarian talk show host Nancy Robbins bowed out of tonight's show for personal reasons. Great show nonetheless!]

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