Best Amendment podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Ken White explores the background of important First Amendment cases and the personalities and history that led to them. Join Ken, First Amendment litigator and law blogger at Popehat.com, as he interviews some of the people behind America’s most important free speech cases.
 
The Second Amendment Patriots Show is dedicated to seeing that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution remains a vital part of our everyday lives. For law abiding citizens, we share the knowledge and support needed for you to comfortably exercise and practices their gun ownership rights, in your home or on the road. Discover the world of guns, training techniques, everyday/open/concealed carry rights, reciprocity rules, and more. In addition, we share techniques and tools needed to bec ...
 
Tenther and nullification movement news, blogs, action alerts and more.
 
Dedicated to giving you the best in 2nd Amendment news, updates, interviews and more.
 
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3D printed guns are a current hot-button issue, due in no small part to the recent rulings against owning one, or even the blueprints to make one. Sam Malone talks with Independent Program Attorney Edwin Walker about this new technology and the controversies surrounding it.
 
Big Brother has a new toy: personal drones. What do you do when you see one hovering over your property, and what rights do you have? Sam Malone talks with Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards on what you can/can’t do to keep you and your property safe from the eye in the sky.
 
Read Original Article: http://bit.ly/USLSTravelingWithGunsWhat do you need to know when travelling around the country with your firearms? Quite a lot it seems. Independent Program Attorney Richard Hayes goes through some key points you may want to remember before crossing those state lines.For the latest news or more information about self-defe ...…
 
Read Original Article: http://bit.ly/USLSStolenGunYour firearm was just stolen. Whar are your next moves? Believe it or not, most people aren't taking the right steps in this situation. Independent Program Attorney Richard Hayes guides your through the 3 mistakes you need to avoid if your gun is ever stolen. For the latest news or more informat ...…
 
Read Original Article: http://bit.ly/MSNoGoodDeedIndependent Program Attorney Emily Taylor recounts a story of a member trying to stop a fight between her husband and brother-in-law by shooting her gun into the ground, her court battles, and ultimately her fate after years of litigation.For the latest news or more information about self-defense ...…
 
Original Article: http://bit.ly/USLS3DPrintedGuns3D printed guns are fast becoming a hot-button issue in the US. Independent Program Attorney Edwin Walker goes over the applicable laws for this new technology, including how it may affect you if you manufacture one yourself.For the latest news or more information about self-defense in your state ...…
 
While the idea of free speech seems straightforward enough, its execution can be a little messy. Current events especially have underscored the complexity of what is protected by law and what is a punishable offense. Luckily, there are First Amendment lawyers that can answer our questions. In this episode of Make No Law, the First Amendment Pod ...…
 
Original blog can be found at http://bit.ly/searchconsentAlthough your 4th Amendment rights have been eroded over time, there are still measures you can take to protect yourself from unlawful search. Independent Program Attorney Colm Keane explains how.For the latest news or more information about self-defense in your state visit our blog uslaw ...…
 
I recently appeared on the Culture of Peace podcast hosted by Luke Tatum to talk about defying the surveillance state through local action. During the interview, I talked about how and why I started a local organization to bring oversight and transparency to surveillance in Lexington, Kentucky. I also explained how my efforts ended up getting m ...…
 
Everyone loves a good redemption story. Maybe that's because it helps us believe it's never too late to change. But how does the same Justice who decided Schenck v. United States, a low point for First Amendment jurisprudence, become the ultimate source of famous First Amendment concepts and rhetoric? In this episode of Make No Law, the First A ...…
 
“You can’t yell ‘fire’ in a crowded theater” is one of the most commonly used First Amendment catchphrases -- but does it really support exceptions to free speech? The answer to this question can be found in the writings of Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. He penned the phrase in 1919, not to justify moderate limits on speech, but t ...…
 
https://second-amendment-patriots.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Leftist-In-Self-Preservation-Mode-005.mp3 We are going to talk about how the leftist are in preservation mode and its impact on the second amendment. We will also cover a bit of news where Ohio is a step closer to having ‘Stand your ground’ gun law. And of course, the outrage of t ...…
 
The very first episode of Second Amendment Podcast!
 
https://second-amendment-patriots.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/The-Government-Is-Not-Here-Protect-You-By-Design-004.mp3 There is one indisputable lesson we now need to finally learn from home robberies, mass shooting, or natural disasters – our government, the US government, cannot protect us. In this episode, we are going to address this iss ...…
 
What pushes a 51 year-old decorated World War II veteran to burn the American flag? In June of 1966, Sidney Street heard the news that James Meredith, an icon of the Civil Rights Movement, had been shot on the second day of his March Against Fear. Street, an African American himself, burned the flag and was arrested. Street declared, “If they l ...…
 
https://second-amendment-patriots.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Are-You-a-Victim-or-Citizen-First-Responder-003.mp3 In this episode, we are talking about being a Victim or a Citizen First Responder. What would you do if, maybe when, you are confronted by a bad guy with a gun? Would you sit idly by, letting them do what they want? Or, are you p ...…
 
https://second-amendment-patriots.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/The-Second-Amendment-is-a-Natural-Law-For-Us-Not-By-Us-002.mp3 It is a common statement that “Everyone has the right to keep and bear arms.” But why? Did you know that it is totally inaccurate to refer to this is the “constitutional right” or a “Second Amendment right.” The right ...…
 
https://second-amendment-patriots.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Protecting-The-Second-Amendment-By-Using-the-First-001.mp3 Second Amendment Patriots has a new podcast that we hope you will like and make part of your every week listening ritual. The Second Amendment Patriots Show is dedicated to seeing that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Cons ...…
 
The Animal Crush Video Prohibition Act of 2010 was an animal cruelty prevention law aimed at videos showing women in high heels crushing small animals. While the law took aim at these videos, it ended up being used to target Robert Stevens instead. United States v. Stevens is a landmark case that may be the most important First Amendment decisi ...…
 
Simon Tam named his band “The Slants” as a way to fight back against racism and take back the word as a form of self-empowerment. But when he tried to register the name as a trademark, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) denied the application and refused to register the trademark under Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act. This law a ...…
 
When Richard Ceballos, a deputy district attorney in Los Angeles County, expressed concern about the validity of a search warrant in 2000, he discovered the fuzzy line between free speech rights and the need for government entities to maintain workplace discipline. His case brought to light the question of whether the government can terminate i ...…
 
In late 1965, a 13-year-old student named Mary Beth Tinker wore a black armband to Warren Harding Junior High School in Des Moines, Iowa, to support a truce in the Vietnam war. The school suspended Mary Beth Tinker for violating a a policy the district had enacted to forbid just such protests. Through her parents, Mary sued the school. Tinker v ...…
 
On April 6, 1940, a Jehovah's Witness named Walter Chaplinsky was arrested for yelling, “You are a God damned racketeer and a damned Fascist and the whole government of Rochester are Fascists or agents of Fascists” at a Rochester, New Hampshire police officer. The confrontation launched the case Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire, which made it all th ...…
 
Alex Standiford in Akron, Ohio started Fill Your Taproom to help breweries attract more customers. He does that through website development, social media management, branding, and email marketing. “It’s not about trying to get people to buy your stuff. It’s about building the relationship and then providing the information that empowers them to ...…
 
Michael Altman was in the industry for years when he bought a brewpub. Now he’s been operating Iron Springs Pub & Brewery in Fairfax, California for 12 years. Before they opened he had to have back surgery and totally reinvent his role for the brewpub. “You really need to live, breathe and be the beer.” [Tweet This] “The first 6 months we owned ...…
 
TRANSCRIPT: Welcome to MicroBrewr podcast. Where we talk about everything craft beer related, but especially for if want to start your own microbrewery or take your existing brewery to the next level. As usual, I’m Nathan Pierce, the host of MicroBrewr Podcast. So I just want to give you a short update today. This is going to be kind of a “stat ...…
 
Over a few beers, Tim Obert’s friend from college, Clint, told him that whiskey is actually made from cheap beer. They got to thinking, why not make whiskey from high-quality craft beer? Thus was born Seven Stills of SF, in San Francisco, California. “I wish I would’ve taken on investment sooner.” [Tweet This] Whiskey is a distilled spirit made ...…
 
Andrew Huerter comes from a family of brewers. His parents were founding members of the Kansas City Beer Meisters homebrew club and his dad won a blue ribbon for one of his beers. Now Drew is following in their footsteps. He worked at a handful of breweries and before helping put together BrainDead Brewing in Dallas, Texas. “Find a way into an ...…
 
At 55 years old Ken Carson tried to get a job at a brewery, but nobody would hire him—even for volunteer. So with no brewing nor restaurant experience, he started Nexus Brewery in Albuquerque, New Mexico. “I fell in love with the concept of beer and community.” [Tweet This] Ken did have some business experience: he was president of a small bank ...…
 
Nick Gunn and his wife were working for her family’s winery. They had the idea to start growing apples for cider. One of the cideries to whom they were selling apples decided to close down and they offered to sell the business to Nick and his wife who moved Wandering Aengus Ciderworks to Salem, Oregon. “Cider is a really exciting proposition fo ...…
 
Cody Martin worked in civil engineering and environmental engineering. After touring some breweries and seeing that they use familiar equipment, he asked his wife if he could start a brewery. She found work in Texas and he started Martin House Brewing Company in Fort Worth, Texas. “Starting a brewery is a full-time job.” [Tweet This] After they ...…
 
As soon as Mark McTavish could acknowledge alcohol, he gravitated toward hard cider. Later, he attended beverage management school and opened a craft beer bar in Toronto, Canada. Now in the U.S., Mark owns a cider distribution company and 101 Cider House in Los Angeles, California. “As a cider maker, you’re not really making anything. You’re mo ...…
 
Fran Toves’ son challenged her to enter cider into the homebrew competition. After her 3 entries made it to the top 10, she figured it time to take the product to market and started Common Cider Company in Drytown, California. “There is no need to start a cider company with a million dollars.” [Tweet This] Cider is not brewed the way beer is ma ...…
 
Brian Kovalchuck has a background in finance and marketing and came to beer late in his career. After he helped with the turnaround of Pabst Blue Ribbon, Brian became CEO of the gluten free Bard’s Tale Beer Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota. “I wish I had been in the beer business a long time. It’s a great business to be in.” [Tweet This] In th ...…
 
The guys at Portland Kettle Works had the idea to start a nanobrewery. They needed one of their employees to run it, so Chris Sears stepped up and took charge of Labrewatory in Portland, Oregon. “If Portland is anywhere close to being saturated, the rest of the U.S. has a long way to go.” [Tweet This] Labrewatory won’t be just a nanobrewery. It ...…
 
A friend asked Marta Jankowska and her husband whether they wanted to use his warehouse space and go pro with their brewing. The warehouse space fell through, but they were far along in the process, so they decided to go for it and opened ChuckAlek Independent Brewers in Ramona, California. “Your time is so much more valuable actually planning ...…
 
Wim Bens was born in Belgium and moved to Texas when he was 7 years old. He applied to American Brewers Guild just to have the option. Now, 3 years after opening Lakewood Brewing Co. in Garland, Texas he can barely keep up with demand. “If you start doubting what you’re doing, then you shouldn’t be doing it.” [Tweet This] Wim’s original busines ...…
 
Bill Morgan has brewed on 2-BBL systems all the way up to 250-BBL systems. Craft brewing has taken him around the world and back. Now he’s gone full-circle, brewing on 4-BBL system and loving the flexibility it provides at The Blind Pig Brewery in Champaign, Illinois. “Is it really craft beer if it’s available in all 50 states?” [Tweet This] Af ...…
 
Michael Peticolas learned about homebrewing from his mother. After achieving all the goals he set for himself in the legal field, he decided to pursue his passion of beer with Peticolas Brewing Company in Dallas, Texas. Michael says he feels very fulfilled with having achieved his list of goals. He saved a lot of money while working in law, whi ...…
 
After a microbiology degree and studies at the world’s premier culinary college, Seth Gross was working at a restaurant and hanging out at the nearby Goose Island Brewpub. Pretty soon they offered him a job. Today Seth owns his own brewpub, Bull City Burger and Brewery in Durham, North Carolina. “I have people who will bleed for what we do. And ...…
 
Mark Doble opened Aviator Brewing Company, Fuquay Varina, North Carolina, in November 2008. In less than 7 years he has started a brewery, a trucking company, a restaurant, two bars, and soon a new brewery with a distillery. All of these business are still operating. “Not having to work at a corporate job anymore, that’s one of my favorite thin ...…
 
Noble Brewer is an online craft beer club featuring homebrewers’ best beers. It’s not exactly legal to sell homebrew by mail, so Claude Burns at Noble Brewer connects the homebrewer with a commercial brewery. Then they ship great homebrew from their base in Oakland, California. If you want your homebrew to be featured in one of Noble Brewer’s q ...…
 
David Olsen dives into things all the way. He decided that he wanted to homebrew, so he read about 15 books and took some short classes at UC Davis. Within 6 months he was winning awards at homebrewing competitions. He started Craft Artisan Ales, in Pacific Grove, California, with contract brewing because it was an easier barrier to entry. “Eve ...…
 
Dave Hoops has been brewing for decades. He brought what he learned in California to Minnesota and helped change the brewery laws there. Now his West Coast style beers have been working well for Fitger’s Brewhouse Brewery & Grille, in Duluth Minnesota. Minnesota does not allow breweries to self-distribute to outside accounts. So Fitger’s has “t ...…
 
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