The straight pride parade takes place in Boston with dozens of people showing up to march, and even dozens more showing up to protest. Kansas University faculty wants to rid the school of Chick-fil-A and are working hard on protests, while real protests are getting more serious and dangerous in Hong Kong. Beto wants to do a buy back program, and Trump goes idiotic on Twitter...again.
Also, happy anniversary to Spike Cohen, who has been the co-host of Muddied Waters of Freedom for a year. Here's to a great year and to many more in the future.
Demetrius Minor of AFP and Project 21, and author of Preservation and Purpose: The Making of a Young Millennial and a Manifesto for Faith, Family, and Politics joins Matt to discuss campus free speech, communicating a conservative mindset to the black community, and the impending Hurricane Dorian.
For a while, Spike has wanted to clear up some of the confusion and misconceptions (and outright falsehoods) regarding the concept of physical removal as espoused by Hans Hermann-Hoppe and others. And who better to help him do it than the Vice President of the Liberty Institute for Freedom and Economics, TJ Roberts?
TJ was previously the Managing Editor of Liberty Hangout, the Campus Coodinator for Students for Rand Paul and other campaigns, he's a Contributor to Advocates for Self-Government and is routinely involved in several campaigns.
When Spike started his show, one of the people he most looked up to in the world of podcasting was Johnny Rocket, CEO of The Launch Pad Media and host of Blast Off With Johnny Rocket. Well Spike has now arrived, because that's exactly who he's having on this week.
Spike and Johnny will talk about what got them into podcasting for liberty, and the best way to communicate the message of freedom to the teeming masses, and why everyone needs to go out and buy the 2020 Libertarian Dad Bod Calendar so they, too, can have Spike and Johnny's sweet, sweet bodies hanging from their...wherever they hang their calendars.