TOR Radio: Andalusia Knoll on #EPNvsInternet

April 28, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #98 | Andalusia Knoll joins us to discuss Mexico’s telecom “reform,” the broad surveillance and censorship authority that it proposes, the potential for such data to end up in the hands of drug cartels, and the civil resistance movement birthed by social media that led to street action across the country.

TOR Radio: Jack Blood on Life, Death, and Taxes

April 19, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #97 | Jack Blood joins us to discuss his roots in the radio business, the evolution of alternative media, the music industry, occult symbolism in pop culture, Ron Paul, the benefits of localization and “voting with your dollars,” the income tax, and much more.

TOR Radio: Lipstick on Pigs – The Thug Blue Line at Home and Abroad

April 14, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #96 | Justice Department cites “excessive force” in Albuquerque PD — justice for James Boyd and other victims, or another empty political gesture? LA pigs shoot and kill a man asking for help; the latest news in narconoia, autodefensa movement in Mexico, heartbleed exploit, and much more.

TOR Radio: Drug Culture, Bodycams, and Romanticizing the Republic

April 1, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #95 | Societal shift in drug culture mores, the coming political adjustment, and the paradoxical encroachment of the militarized police state; Political posturing by DHS and CBP, civil libertarians accepting of more surveillance; and the misguided romanticism of “restoring the republic.”

TOR Radio: Ben Swann on Bitcoin, End Partisanship, and Individualism

March 17, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #94 | Ben Swann, founder of Truth in Media, joins us to discuss the recent Texas Bitcoin Conference, the Newsweek debacle regarding Satoshi Nakamoto, misconceptions of capitalism, what it means to be an “individualist,” and much, much more.

TOR Radio: Kevin Gallagher on Barrett Brown, Linking Charges Dropped

March 8, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #93 | Kevin Gallagher joins us to discuss the latest on Barrett Brown’s case, the decision by the US Attorney to drop the “linking” charges, why journalists should still care, and what to expect moving forward. Also, Gavin Orsay, House of Cards, and raising Barrett’s profile.

TOR Radio: Lucy Steigerwald on Legalizing Heroin (and Everything Else)

February 12, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #92 | Lucy Steigerwald, blogger and VICE columnist, joins us to discuss why heroin (and all other drugs) should be legal and why politicians can “stop pretending to hate weed.” Ted Cruz fanboys and conservatives who are anti gun prohibition AND pro drug prohibition: you’re on notice.

TOR Radio: Truth Through Comedy with Joy Camp

February 10, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #91 | Joy Camp co-creators, Kevin Kostelnik and Benny Wills, join us to discuss the motivation to speak truth through comedy and our various personal influences, both within comedy and the “alternative media.” Highlights include Bill Hicks, Stanley Kubrick, the moon landing, and so much more.

TOR Radio: John Whitehead on the Surveillance State of the Union

February 4, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #90 | John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute joins us to discuss the President’s State of the Union Address, proposed NSA reforms, the faulty comparison between Paul Revere and the Sons of Liberty to the NSA’s spy game, and the potential for solutions to be found within the courts.

Jimenez, Corbett, and Secker Untitled SuperCast #2

January 28, 2014 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio #89 | Tom Secker, James Corbett, and Guillermo Jimenez connect for round two of a still untitled supercast and roundtable discussion. In this episode we focus on Edward Snowden. Whistleblower? Hero? FSB double-agent? CIA triple-agent? Just who the f*ck is this guy? Seriously. Sort of.