Tim Preuss returns to podcasting by playing catch-up with news from the last few months including e-cig deaths, Greta Thunberg, and Elizabeth Warren’s plan to tax people’s wealth. Remso Martinez joins Tim for two segments to talk about millennials, misleading polls, and Remso’s watch collection.

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I am the CEO of Preuss Media LLC as well as a 20-something political commentator, blogger, talker, musician, bookworm, and weight lifter. Although lacking a formal college degree (something I boast about), my strange brain contains a wealth of knowledge of economics, political science, and philosophy.


  • I can’t verify this is true; pilots that I have conversed with in the past doing expat work never mentioned complying with these absolutely horrendous rules. What a pain in the-

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  • Develop / Acquire Voting software for publicly auditable on-line voting. Browser & app clients. Block Chain? Proof of Residency => Voter Key Pair Field candidates in every congressional district with a single absolute promise: His vote will be bound to the votes of his constituency on each bill. Zero cash campaign Zero hierarchy campaign Chain Letter based open conspiracy. Maybe coordinated through this web site. Pass a constitutional amendment for direct democracy in the house (only) where only bills receiving 80%+ support pass. reverse the flow of redistribution terrorize the plutocracy force the rediscovery of limited, enumerated powers

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  • The Libertarian Party is celebrating Gary Johnson’s status in the current polls. Last time I saw it was about 9%, pretty good but any excitement, I submit is premature. The system has a way of chewing up third parties & spitting them out. In 1965, William F. Buckley was polling as high as the low 20s in the race for Mayor of New York. He came in around 16%. In 1968, George Wallace was polling so high that for a while he was ahead of Hubert Humphrey. Wallace faded to a poor third but did capture a number of southern states, to no one’s surprise. Richard Nixon won. For whatever it’s worth, I will not vote for anyone who is not pro-life and Johnson isn’t.

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  • As  new member, I see the potential of to organize like minded people to drive action. What if we are able to organize to “unionize” the top earners who can afford to take a nice long vacation and live off savings for some set period of time (3 months).  A sort of velvet revolution where we can wield the only thing that will scare the tax farmers (government).   If it is well organized and timed, say summer of 2016.   We could REALLY shake things up since the top 10% (or any liberty minded tax payers) earners foot approximately 70% of the tax burden. If you cannot take three months off to travel and live on your savings for 90 days, then you can still help.  How about maxing out your exemptions  W-4 (tax withholding) for 90 days? If we organize it and advertise it well through social media before we do it….we may get our demands without actually having to do it. Things needed: Goals:.. No point showing this POWER to OPT OUT if we don’t have any specific goals/legislation to achieve what are our victory criteria? – balanced budget amendment? – Flat consumption tax to replace all other taxes? – need ideas -need comittee anyhow what do you think of the concept?    Let’s keep the conversations going…. let’s get to set up a dynamic signup sheet on the homepage and link to dynamic simulation for tax impact.    

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  • Next week in my Ethics class we are debating Health care as a right. I live in Central California and the opposition is stacked against me. I need to go in to class next week armed to the teeth with knowledge on the subject. What a better resource than

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