**Show Notes and links below**
Oct. 7 2011
Tonight on AxXiom For Liberty Live with Kaye Beach and Howard Houchen-6-8pm CST
We have a whole slate of great guests lined up for you tonight!
First we have Luke Lawrenson, a bright 12th grader at Hugo High School, who might be a little too smart for his own good. He is going to share with us the essay that got him , a smart 12th grader at Hugo High School, kicked out of his AP English Class.
Then we have Adrian Wylie from Florida.
Next up is Amanda Teegarden, Exec. Director of OK-SAFE, Inc. and Vicky Davis (channelingreality.com)for a roundtable discussion on the technological restructuring of our government and the true implications of these changes. What you hear from these two excellent researchers will take you off the beaten path by exposing some of the realities of the profound and bewildering changes taking place right now in our society.
Guess what? It boils down to CONTROL.
Some relevant links;
The Rock the Revolution Tour kicks off on Oct. 15 http://www.rocktherevolutiontour.com/
Fall Concert to Benefit the HUGS Project – sending care packages to those troops deployed overseas. OCT. 22 – 5 – 10pm at the Edmond Nat’l Guard Armory https://www.facebook.com/update_security_info.php?wizard=1#!/event.php?eid=270517602969309
www.reddirtreport.comBut as a reporter who has covered government in urban and rural areas of Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma, I can tell you the corruption in these rural areas is often very real and affecting real people.
by Michael Badnarik
Of the 300-plus millon people in the United States, those in the rapidly growing Liberty movement still make up a fairly small percentage. A small percentage of those people are metaphorical White Knights who bravely joust with the dragon of tyranny. Not surprisingly, if you piss off the dragon too much, he will breathe fire in your direction and toast you to a crisp.
Such is the unfortunate circumstance for my good friend, Randy Kelton, one of the hosts from Rule of Law Radio.
An electronic police state is characterized by this:
State use of electronic technologies to record, organize, search and
distribute forensic evidence against its citizens.