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1211, 2012

Episode 91: Libertarian Rant & Surviving the Next Four Years

By |November 12th, 2012|Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|1 Comment

In this episode Aaron and Jonathan deliver a post election Libertarian rant and some topics guaranteed to piss some of you off. Listen now...
803, 2011

Packing Heat in the USA

By |March 8th, 2011|Liberty|3 Comments

The right to own and carry a firearm is one of the most contentious in this nation, a battleground visited as often as that of free speech, abortion and the separation of church and state.
“˜Keeping’ Arms
Your right to keep (own) a firearm is enshrined in the Second Amendment of U.S. Constitution, which states that, “[A] well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”

This brief passage was most recently challenged in the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010, in McDonald v. Chicago, where gun owners argued the city’s ban on handgun ownership violated the Second Amendment. Gun owners prevailed, with the Court citing its favorable ruling two years prior in Heller v. District of Columbia ““ that owning a handgun is a fundamental right protected by Due Process that cannot be infringed upon by the States.

Now, what about the right to carry them around? […]

2202, 2011

Net ID

By |February 22nd, 2011|Liberty|0 Comments

Imagine what it would be like in a safe and secure Internet world without passwords. Think about all the passwords out there:

Bank
Credit card(s)
Email account(s)
Social networking site(s)
Shopping sites (Amazon, Overstock, Best Buy, etc.)
Gaming sites

And the list goes on and on. How many times do you repeat your passwords, or have a common variation? Of course, you know that’s not a good idea, because once somebody gets a hold of one they can figure out the rest, but there are so many. It’s just easier.

Plus, if you’ve ever forgotten a password, especially for a federal government site like a student loan hub, it can be a difficult problem to fix. Why risk the trouble? […]

311, 2010

Individual Liberty

By |November 3rd, 2010|Liberty|0 Comments

Like many of you, I’m finding it more and more difficult to avoid political conversation.  Or maybe a more accurate statement would be; I’m engaging more directly in political conversation. You see, up until very recently, I would’ve said that my views were in line with most of the people I’m close to.  I would […]

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