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Libertarianism vs Christianity, Chad Marks on Unjust Sentencing Rules

David Gornoski breaks down Joe Biden’s mythology upon which he is running for president while going through the latest news from around the country. What do the suspension of NHL and other sports seasons mean in the anthropological sense? What are some of the radical differences between libertarianism and Christianity? Also in the show, Chad Marks calls in to talk about his recent compassionate release as well as stacked 924(c) charges, government hindrance to the first step act, victimless crime laws, and more.

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What You Need to Know about REAL ID with Jim Bovard, Chad Marks on Pandemic in Prisons

What is the Real ID Act? Journalist and author James Bovard calls in to explain how the REAL ID Act, like the Patriot Act, is government overreach under the pretext of protection. Also joining David Gornoski, to explore the injustice of locking up non-violent offenders in federal prisons and exposing them to the pandemic, is former prisoner Chad Marks. Plus, David Gornoski comments on the bizarre news of the shooting of a federal judge’s son and husband. Calling attention to the corruption that exists at the upper levels of government, David questions the very necessity of putting more power in state institutions. Listen to the full episode for all of this and more.

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Eric Garris on the Antiwar Movement, Chad Marks Returns Home

Americans don’t realize how much of our political system is tied to war profiteering, says Eric Garris, and whenever our government doesn’t like anything that another country does, we starve their people by imposing sanctions. The founder of Antiwar.com also comments on the latest indictments on Julian Assange. Should Assange be punished for revealing the truth about our political system? Why is Trump so keen to wash his hands off Wikileaks’ founder?

Also in this episode, Lisa Jacobi from CAN-DO Clemency calls in with Chad Marks who just walked out of prison after a 17-year sentence for a non-violent crime. Listen to the full episode for exciting and thoughtful conversations on justice, reform, and freedom, both at home and abroad.

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How to Defend Scapegoats with Lisa Jacobi

In this time of mob violence, as victimism prevails over truth, and almost everyone is looking to blame someone else, the question we have to ask ourselves is: how can we defend the scapegoats? “Nullify and get rid of the bad laws that put non-violent people in prisons,” urges David Gornoski, “Say no to the song of the crowd!” Because of the anthropological effect of Jesus’ crucifixion we can no longer continue to use coercion in our maintaining of society. Also, CAN-DO Clemency’s Lisa Jacobi calls in to talk about the plight of Chad Marks, a 41-year-old serving time for a non-violent drug-related offence. Can we transcend the sacrificial mass incarcerating machine? Listen to the full episode to find out.

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Rufus Rochell, Amy Povah Take on the Scapegoat Machine

It’s time to rebuke the satanic system of mirror accusations that is possessing our nation right now. It’s time to set the captives free! Host David Gornoski is joined by Rufus Rochell–prisoner for 32 years for a non-violent drug choice–and founder of CAN-DO clemency Amy Povah; together the three take on the human-sacrificing machine that is evident within our justice system. Rufus’ case is indicative that our laws need to be centered around Jesus’ revelation of mercy. “No victim, no crime,” says David Gornoski, and Rufus’ imprisonment and George Floyd’s murder tell us that is exactly what ought to be. Listen to the full episode for all of this and more.

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