Nullify the Drones?

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Michael Boldin is joined by cohost Nick Hankoff in Los Angeles to talk with John Logan Jones, a candidate for the State House in Maine, and Joe Wolverton, II a columnist for The New American Magazine. The topics range widely, including everything from federal involvement in education, food freedom, medical marijuana, and the coming of the drones all across the United States. Highlighted in this show is Wolverton’s report on an effort in Virginia to severely restrict the use of drones in that state. While not outright nullification, it’s a step towards it.

Lesley Swann drops in briefly to chime in with the guys on today’s Chick-Fil-A brouhaha all across the country.

John Logan Jones

Joining us on the show now is John Logan Jones, a 26-year old veteran who served as an Air Force Intelligence Specialist in the war in Afghanistan, and campaigning for State House Representative in Maine. Welcome to the show, John. His top issue is getting the federal government out of Maine’s education programs. He wants to talk about youth involvement, nullification, Aaron Libby etc.

Started out by getting involved in Young Americans for Liberty, which is not just for the young but also the young at heart.


Do You Support State Sanctioned Marriage?

Do you support gay marriage?  Or do you support state sanctioned marriage?

The second question is really the heart of the debate bleeding out of the Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day that occurred this week.  However, I really believe that many people really don’t know exactly what they are debating.

Chick-fil-A’s President, Dan Cathy stated in an interview that he doesn’t support gay marriage.  This statement, and his donations to organizations that share this view, has generated much outrage from those who support gay marriage.

Many gay marriage advocates suggested a boycott of Chick-fil-A restaurants.  Shortly later, mayors of Chicago, Boston and San Francisco  suggested denying or delaying permits to Chick-fil-A.