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Iowa Nullifies the U.S. Supreme Court: Thoughts from Maharrey Head #122

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“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” When it comes to the legal system, Americans make a federal case out of almost everything. But a guy in Iowa took a different route. When Iowa police violated his rights, he didn’t run to the feds. He sued in state court under the Iowa Constitution. As a result, the […]

A Government Right to Privacy? Thoughts from Maharrey Head #121

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“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” Does the government have a “right to privacy?” Some cop thinks so. In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I explain why he’s full of crap. LISTEN You can subscribe to Thoughts from Maharrey Head for free on iTunes. Just click HERE. You can also listen on my YouTube channel HERE. SHOW […]

So…You Have Nothing to Hide? Thoughts from Maharrey Head #114

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“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” Whenever I talk about government surveillance, I always get people saying it doesn’t matter. After all, “If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.” In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I challenge this ignorant mantra and explain exactly why we should care about surveillance. And […]