Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent push to ban cellphones during instructional time in Ontario public schools. Education Minister Lisa Thompson said that as of September, cellphone usage in the classrooms will be banned and that there will be a formal statement coming shortly on the matter. “By banning cellphone use that distracts from learning,…

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Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent announcement by Saudi King Salmon on state run television that under a new decree, women will soon be allowed to drive in the country. For years, women have been treated like dogs in Saudi Arabia and no one seems to blink an eye. In fact, if someone went on…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the crazy new regulations Berlin is implementing in order to allegedly mitigate the very present and real risk of the burst of their housing bubble. People are getting increasingly concerned by the massive rate of growth in the value of homes in Berlin. This…

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Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent news that hemp will likely be legalized in 2018 as Rand Paul, Mitch McConnell and a few other senators have pushed for legalization within a larger farm bill which has now passed the senate but still has to be passed by the House which has been vocally in opposition.…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the most recent cashless news out of Australia as the country bans cash payments over $10,000. The idea is that it will stop money laundering and organized crime. Well, the government is organized crime and they’re enabling them by stopping individuals from not getting…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with Luis Fernando Mises, an anarchist shaman and public speaker who also created ‘Emancipated Humanity’ which has been a controversial force for liberty and freedom online. Luis has been a huge proponent of kratom. Kratom has been called a miracle plant by many as countless people use it as an alternative to…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about Iraq’s recent move to issue 1 billion dollars in bonds with an interest of 2.1%. It appears that these bonds will be backed by the United States. John breaks down what this means and goes into further issues of collectivism and coercion as Josh…

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Josh Sigurdson does another Freedom Minute update, this time regarding the absurdity of banning straws as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and British Prime Minister Theresa May ponder such a ban. Alongside a straw ban would also be a ban on cotton swabs and drink stirrers. In fact, this may affect ALL commonwealth countries. Government,…

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Josh Sigurdson reports on the absurd potential future implementation of an essential ban on cigarettes in the state of Hawaii. Lawmakers in Hawaii who have not been shy in the past when it came to proposing absolutely unorthodox, shockingly ridiculous, statist laws are now proposing a law that would effectively ban smoking… for anyone under…

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Josh Sigurdson does another quick Freedom Minute update! This time, Josh digs into the top 4 anti-freedom moves by Trump in the past week. There have been a number of alarming power grabs or at least bad jokes in the last week of American politics as Trump according to his supporters plays “5342D chess and…

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