“Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.“–Henry David Thoreau
How Free Do You Want To Be?
Tonight on AxXiom For Liberty we have a full show of disobedient Americans who really do want to be free lined up.
listen live 6-8pm CT
Our special guest tonight is Adrian Wylie,co host of Liberty Underground, an AM radio show on WTAN Clearwater Florida.
Adrian, also the Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida, surrender his driver’s license in protest of Florida’s implementation of the Real ID Act on May 17 at the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles office in Clearwater.
Florida now requires that all driver’s license and state ID card applicants be subjected to a “digital facial image capture” that is compatible with facial recognition software. Wyllie believes that all of these intrusive requirements are a violation of the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and his ultimate goal is to challenge Real ID in court.
In 2010 a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by a woman who was arrested back in 2008 by the DC National Park Police for dancing at the Jefferson Memorial.
Judge Rules Against Jefferson Memorial Dance
May 29, 2011 Five people were arrested for dancing at the Jefferson Memorial.
WASHINGTON – Several people were arrested Saturday afternoon at the Jefferson Memorial, protesting the recent court decision that upheld a ban on dancing at the memorial.
Last Saturday June 4, there was another dancing demonstration that took place at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC.
Houchen & Son
Last Saturday June 4, there the dancers returned to the Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC and were joined by an army of disobedient dancers.
Howard Houchen, co host of AxXiom for Liberty, moonlighting as our intrepid reporter, along with his son, Colin, were there.
The first “Dance Party at TJ’s” resulted in multiple arrests and very heavy-handed tactics in carrying out those arrests by Park Service Police. This second “Dance Party at TJ’s” was a direct result of how the first was handled.
Howard says “It’s all about the snake”
Get Howard’s and Colins’ observations and thoughts about the event tonight.
AxXiom is disobedient
I decided when my driver’s license expired back in Feb. 2011, that I could not, in good conscious, get it renewed. Consequently, I was ticketed this past weekend for driving without a license and will fight this in court.
The collection of biometrics for our state driver’s license continues unabated in Oklahoma even though we passed a law to stop it back in 2007 and any new legislative remedy appears to be hopeless.
Most people don’t realized that their digital picture on the license is, in fact, a biometric to be used with facial recognition technology. The technology used to capture and collect this most personal information (biometrics are measurements of your very body) utilizes international standards so that the information can be shared globally and used to track and monitor us where ever we go. The global biometric ID scheme continues to progress and I don’t think the implications of a global biometric ID on privacy and freedoms cannot be overstated.
Join Howard and I for a rabble rousing round up tonight on AxXiom For Liberty Live 6-8 pm CT on Rule of Law Radio Network!