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Episode 16: U.S. District Court Overturns California's Proposition 8, The ADL, Teen Breasts, Etc.

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In the sixteenth episode, Todd and his guest panelists left-libertarian/liberty activist, Libertarian Party member/activist, and The Voice of Radical Dissent talk radio show host Corey "Cizzle" Moore, libertarian propertarian and former Boston Tea Party chairman Jim Davidson, and libertarian activist and saxophonist Eric Fontaine discussed Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker issuing an overturn of California's highly-controversial and highly-challenged voter-approved Proposition 8 (the infamous gay marriage ban), the Anti-Defamation League opposing a proposed mosque and community center christened the Cordoba Initiative being built in an Islamic community near New York City's Ground Zero on the grounds of location and sensitivity, Dr. Leonard Peikoff wanting the U.S. federal government to bomb the Cordoba Initiative, a Sarasota, Florida man charged with taking pics of a 15-year-old female's breasts, Free Talk Live's Ian Freeman arrested for showing up to the Keene City Council to engage in a "city council drinking game" because of people being arrested over people drinking open containers containing non-alcoholic beverages, and a Portland, Oregon bureaucrat closing down a 7-year-old girl's lemonade stand for lack of "a restaurant business license" and fining her $120.

Brad Spangler joined us from midnight until 1 A.M. EST to tell us what's going on with the Center for a Stateless Society and threw in his two cents on the topics of the show.

[*Note: Great show! Thanks to all the guest panelists, including Brad Spangler, on there.]

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