Civil Liberties

Every once in a while, a topic comes up that’s related to civil liberties and civil rights. While the creator runs a fairly libertarian streak, we’re always interested in hearing what others have to say on matters of rights, criminal justice, and our legal system as a whole.

Blog: NPR Bravely Defends Government Stupidity

The TSA, America’s version of that friend who’s an asshole, not particularly funny, or anyone you want dating any of your friends but you have to have him at your party!

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm May 22, 2016 Tags: ,
Blog: Examples of Why It’s Horrible To Be A Kid Today

Was I too harsh in Ep 1.4 of the podcast? Look at these stories and tell me that if you had kids you might not make a run for the colonies also.

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm May 5, 2016 Tags: , , , , , ,
3.1 – Drinking: A Question of Morality, Part I

This week, in the first of two parts, we discuss how the New Age of Morality Act came to be. An act that was intended to make the Republic a better place and its people a better people.

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm October 21, 2015 Tags: , , , , , ,
Blog: Developments for Property Rights in Space

Congress may have found a way to allow for property rights in space? Will it work? Or will the Outer Space Act hold back what it’ll take to hold property in space?

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm October 9, 2015 Tags: , , , ,
Blog: Just Trust Us, We’re the Government

There’s been a lot of talk about tying cops’ hands behind their back unless a backdoor into your phone is built in. But are they really that restricted?

 
By Colin Andrew Ferm August 12, 2015 Tags: ,