(08/20/14) Editorial: Defining (what is not) Equitable Labor in a Marketplace

(08/20/14) Editorial: Defining (what is not) Equitable Labor in a Marketplace

Editorial about the philosophical definition of labor, and what constitutes "work" in a non-slave economy, and, defining the relationship between a labor force and its representative currency, and regarding warning signs that a system, community, or constituency's economy has been compromised or violated by a malfeasor

(08/11/14) Interview with author Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., and founder of the Constitutional Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association (part three)

(08/11/14) Interview with author Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., and founder of the Constitutional Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association (part three)

Part three of an interview with author Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., and founder of the Constitutional Sheriff's and Peace Officers Association. Mr. Mack received national attention for initiating the Printz v. United States lawsuit in 1994 on the grounds that the Brady Handgun Violence Act violated the United States Constitution, a notion which the United States Supreme Court affirmed in a 5-4 decision; in 2011, Mr. Mack initiated a lawsuit against the Southern Poverty Law Center for libel, slander, and defamation; in 2006, Mr. Mack ran as a Libertarian candidate for the United States Senate in Arizona, and in 2012 he opposed 13-term Representative Lamar Smith in the United States House election Republican primary for Texas' 21st Congressional District.

(08/11/14) Interview with author Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., and founder of the Constitutional Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association (part two)

(08/11/14) Interview with author Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., and founder of the Constitutional Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association (part two)

Part two of an interview with author Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., and founder of the Constitutional Sheriff's and Peace Officers Association. Mr. Mack received national attention for initiating the Printz v. United States lawsuit in 1994 on the grounds that the Brady Handgun Violence Act violated the United States Constitution, a notion which the United States Supreme Court affirmed in a 5-4 decision; in 2011, Mr. Mack initiated a lawsuit against the Southern Poverty Law Center for libel, slander, and defamation; in 2006, Mr. Mack ran as a Libertarian candidate for the United States Senate in Arizona, and in 2012 he opposed 13-term Representative Lamar Smith in the United States House election Republican primary for Texas' 21st Congressional District.

(08/11/14) Interview with author Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., and founder of the Constitutional Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association (part one)

(08/11/14) Interview with author Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz. (part one)

Part one of an interview with author Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., and founder of the Constitutional Sheriff's and Peace Officers Association. Mr. Mack received national attention for initiating the Printz v. United States lawsuit in 1994 on the grounds that the Brady Handgun Violence Act violated the United States Constitution, a notion which the United States Supreme Court affirmed in a 5-4 decision; in 2011, Mr. Mack initiated a lawsuit against the Southern Poverty Law Center for libel, slander, and defamation; in 2006, Mr. Mack ran as a Libertarian candidate for the United States Senate in Arizona, and in 2012 he opposed 13-term Representative Lamar Smith in the United States House election Republican primary for Texas' 21st Congressional District.

(08/08/14) An open letter to a member of the Congress of the United States of America

August 21, 2014 – Responding Letter from the Senator

(08/08/14) An open letter, dated July 7, 2014, to a United States Senator regarding issues including taxation, civil rights, and guarantees of protections under the law as affirmed by the United States Constitution

(07/16/14) Interview with Michael Shipley, Grassroots Advocate for the Rights of Homeless People (part four)

(07/16/14) Interview with Michael Shipley, Grassroots Advocate for the Rights of Homeless People (part four)

Part four of an interview with activist Michael Shipley, organizer for the Phoenix-based street newspaper Vox Phoenicia and the Campaign to Legalize Urban Kamping, or "CLUK." Shipley is also the Arizona chapter organizer and national chairperson for Outright Libertarians.