Episode 80 – The Needling Question

Who should decide whether a child is vaccinated? The child’s parent, or the government? Also in this episode, Rob complains that he can’t even enjoy a public park because of all the paparazzi. Our break music is provided once again by The Polish Ambassador. The Missing Links Links to sites or topics discussed on the […]

Episode 79 – Welcome To Paradise

We declare our own micronation and start issuing passports to all of our friends. Come be a part of the Process Nation! Break music is provided by The Polish Ambassador. The Missing Links Links to sites or topics discussed on the show How To Start Your Own Micronation Progressives, Libertarians and Selfishness | Strike-The-Root Study: […]

Episode 77 – Voting Only Encourages Them

Should people be forced to vote? Should people need a license to vote? Is voting really worth the trouble? We talk about these questions, and we spend a bit of time hating on Daylight Savings Time too. Our break music is provided by The Polish Ambassador. The Missing Links Links to sites or topics discussed […]

New Hampshire Is Still A Fraud

I’m glad to see my scolding four years ago had some effect, but come on, New Hampshire! Twenty-three percent is all you could manage? It’s a damn sight better than the measly nine percent you gave the man last time, but it’s still pitiful. I repeat, you’re a fraud, New Hampshire. You don’t care about […]

I Don’t Know and I Don’t Care

There’s an old joke about a man-on-the-street interview in which they ask a typical John Q. Public which is the bigger problem facing our country today, ignorance or apathy? His response is the title of this article. I was reminded of this after reading this story today. It should come as no surprise to anyone […]

Why Voting Sucks

With the 2004 election season looming on the horizon, like a trip to the dentist’s office that you simply cannot avoid, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the subject of voting. The reality of voting is very different from the popular opinion of same. The perception is that exercising one’s right to vote is […]