There've been some new developments in the Arcade City story. Did they finally get things together? Is there an app yet? Also, What's in the News with stories on cannabis, porn, jobs, elections, and police state USA, and an Ancap App segment on OpenBazaar.

WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES

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If you recall in episode 45 of this show, The Gamification of Arcade City, I said, “I think Arcade City still has a chance, but the only chance it will have is if Chris David steps down and brings in someone to head up the company who can make this happen. I really want to see AC succeed and I think this is what it's going to take.” You can listen to that full expose episode I did on Arcade City at thelavaflow.com/45. Well, it seems someone at Arcade City was listening to me, or at least they were listening to the huge negative reaction they received in their Reddit AMA back in October.

According to Joel Valenzuela reporting in CoinTelegraph, Christopher David resigned his post as mayor of Arcade City and handed the seat to Bernd Lapp, the founder of Cryptocon, a consulting firm that helps to develop cryptocurrency-based business models.

WHAT'S IN THE NEWS 

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In cannabis news, prior to election day 2016 there were four states and DC that had legal cannabis and 24 plus DC that had medical cannabis. That number grew significantly this week. Hell, cannabis won in more states than Hillary Clinton won!

My former home state of Arkansas passed a medical marijuana bill on election day, but lawmakers in the state are already trying to play games with the new law, seeking to add delays and additional taxes at will.

And, finally, Denver has become the first city in the country to allow people to use cannabis in bars and restaurants through Proposition 300. The city measure allows bars and restaurants to apply to allow marijuana use.

And, a hemp crop was harvested in Virginia for the first time in decades thanks to relaxation in the law.

In porn news, California's Proposition 60 that would have required porn actors, and I use the term actors lightly here, to wear condoms has failed by a huge margin. The biggest nanny state in the country finally found a bit of nannying they didn't want to do.

The California porn industry threatened to pack up and leave the state if this proposition passed, which could have been a boon for the economy of New Hampshire since filming porn is only explicitly legal in California and New Hampshire.

And, it may be good news for New Hampshire that the porn industry didn't come here. Companies in New Hampshire are already struggling to hire people due to the lowest in the nation 2.8% unemployment rate in the state.

In government works news, the number of government workers is now just under 10,000,000 more than those employed in manufacturing in the United States. In October, the US lost 9,000 manufacturing jobs while gaining 19,000 jobs in government.

In Libertarian Party news, 39 states retained ballot access for the LP based on the election results two weeks ago, including New Hampshire. In New Hampshire, gubernatorial candidate Max Abramson achieved the needed 4% to retain access to the ballot with around 31,000 votes.

In FBI child porn news, it's been revealed that the FBI ran not just one, but twenty-four dark web child porn websites.

In a news update, a California judge on Wednesday said he was likely to dismiss criminal pimping charges against the chief executive and controlling shareholders of Backpage.com, ruling that a federal immunity shield for tech companies protected them from prosecution for content posted by third parties.

In killer cop news, the Minnesota cop who shot and killed Philando Castile has been charged with manslaughter. St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez was also charged with two felony counts of dangerous discharge of a gun, which endangered the lives of Castile’s girlfriend and her four-year-old daughter sitting in the back seat of the car.

In police state USA news, Chinese police kill less people than American police each year, by a huge margin.

In what the actual fuck news, after Making a Murderer's Brendan Dassey's conviction for the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach was overturned in August by a federal judge exonerating Dassey, less than 48 hours after he was set to be released he was ordered to remain in prison pending the states' appeal of the exoneration.

ANCAP APP 

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We talked about agorism in the last episode of this show, and now I have an Ancap App that will help you live an agorist lifestyle. It's called OpenBazaar and it's an open source project to create a decentralized network for peer to peer commerce online—using Bitcoin—that has no fees and no restrictions.

Right now, online commerce means using centralized services. eBay, Amazon, and other big companies have restrictive policies and charge fees for listing and selling goods. They only accept forms of payment that cost both buyers and sellers money, such as credit cards or PayPal. They require personal information, which can lead to it being stolen or even sold to others. Buyers and sellers aren’t always free to exchange goods and services with each other, as companies restrict entire categories of trade.

OpenBazaar is a different approach to online commerce. It puts the power back in the users’ hands. Instead of buyers and sellers going through a centralized service, OpenBazaar connects them directly. Because there is no one in the middle of your transactions there are no fees, no restrictions, no accounts to create, and you only reveal the personal information that you choose.

OpenBazaar is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux and version 1.1.9 is out right now at openbazaar.org. If you have something to sell, or if you want to buy something without additional fees and government regulations, the OpenBazaar is for you. Go check it out.

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TEASER INTRO

There've been some new developments in the Arcade City story. Did they finally get things together? Is there an app yet? Also, What's in the News with stories on cannabis, porn, jobs, elections, and police state USA, and an Ancap App segment on OpenBazaar.

INTRO

“Welcome to The LAVA Flow, channeling the flow of information to the Libertarian, Anarcho-capitalist, Voluntaryist, and Agorist community. Find us at thelavaflow.com. Here’s your host, Rodger Paxton.”

Thank you for joining me this week, coming to you from the state that was the home of the first women's magazine editor in Newport, NH, this is the show that will bring you the people, places, and events that everyone in the liberty revolution needs to know. You can catch me on Twitter @TheLAVAFlowPod.

This is episode fifty, The Arcade City 2.0 Edition, and it’s, Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016, when at least 1025 people have been killed by police already this year. What's Rustling My Jimmies this week? You're about to find out! Let’s Do It To It!

WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES

If you recall in episode 45 of this show, The Gamification of Arcade City, I said, "I think Arcade City still has a chance, but the only chance it will have is if Chris David steps down and brings in someone to head up the company who can make this happen. I really want to see AC succeed and I think this is what it's going to take." You can listen to that full expose episode I did on Arcade City at thelavaflow.com/45. Well, it seems someone at Arcade City was listening to me, or at least they were listening to the huge negative reaction they received in their Reddit AMA back in October.

According to Joel Valenzuela reporting in CoinTelegraph, Christopher David resigned his post as mayor of Arcade City and handed the seat to Bernd Lapp, the founder of Cryptocon, a consulting firm that helps to develop cryptocurrency-based business models.

In a statement, Chris said,

"Now that Arcade City has attracted a team of experienced developers, project managers, and operations professionals to continue to momentum of what we've built over our first ten months, it is time for me to transition out of any leadership positions related to the Arcade City core product and network."

Apparently, Chris will instead be focusing his attention on a separate service provider called Arcade One, that will integrate into the core Arcade City network. There is little information out right now about Arcade One, but the website for it will be launching on December 1st at arcadecity.org. What is available is that Arcade One will include some driver profiles and tip jar functions, some social networking functions, and the ability to create email addresses and websites using the arcadecity.org domain. I think I can safely say it would be a good bet to stay away from Arcade One as long as Chris David has anything to do with it.

Apparently, the new development team for Arcade City has been in contact with Ivan Chen-Oneill, who, if you recall from my previous episode, is the one who started revealing information about Chris David's past and is owed several thousand dollars by Chris David. Chen-Oneill asked for 1% of the ICO sales be diverted to a victim's fund to make whole the victims of Chris David's past frauds. As of now, there hasn't been such a fund set up, but I can't disagree with this request. Although I don't think the new Arcade City team should be legally or morally responsible for the victims of Christopher David, I think setting aside that small amount would go a long way to correcting the wrongs committed by David and show that the new team is ready to put the past behind them.

And, speaking of the ICO, it looks like the Arcade City token, ARC, sold around $600,000 worth of Ether. This is a much-needed shot in the arm that the development team can hopefully use to get Arcade City off of the ground. This is, of course, after Arcade City under Christopher David pissed away over $200,000 worth of angel investor money with no discernable benefit, especially not a functioning app. If you recall, the first version of Arcade City with very rudimentary, but functional, ride-sharing capabilities came out on Valentine's Day of this year. It was subsequently pulled from all app stores shortly after that with a promise that the next version would come out in "early Spring." That never materialized, so the next slated release of Arcade City was September 1st. While an app did release on September 1st, it was essentially just an app that had a karma rating system in it and not a bit of other functionality at all, including no ride-sharing. This was, of course, nothing more than a stall tactic designed by Chris David to buy him time to get a real app developed, something that still hasn't materialized.

So, since March 20th was the first day of Spring this year, I will round up to April 1st as early Spring. With this being the case, we are now 236 days from the first promise and 83 days from the second promise with no working ride-sharing app.

Hopefully, the new seven-member Arcade City Council will actually be able to release a functional ride-sharing application before too long. They already have demo videos up on their arcade.city website showing some basic ride-sharing functionality, which is very promising. They also have what appears to be a very solid development team working on the app now, which is something that has been missing since the inception of Arcade City.

It now appears that the future of Arcade City is much better, now that Christopher David is no longer the CEO of the company and only holds the non-functional title of "sole founder." My personal outlook of Arcade City has certainly brightened. With these new developments, I don't think it would be fair to hold the current Arcade City team responsible for the wrongs of Christopher David or the negative name he gave to the brand. In my opinion, we should look at Arcade City as a new company with a new team and wish them all the best of luck. They took an important step in removing Christopher David. My only concern is that they haven't completely distanced themselves from him at all. They appear to be working with Christopher David and Arcade One as a service provider for the ecosystem. If I were the new team at Arcade City, I would distance myself from Christopher David as much as I possibly could.

WHAT'S IN THE NEWS

In cannabis news, prior to election day 2016 there were four states and DC that had legal cannabis and 24 plus DC that had medical cannabis. That number grew significantly this week. Hell, cannabis won in more states than Hillary Clinton won!

The very first state to allow medical cannabis in the country was California in 1996, starting a trend that is still making waves across the country. Now, for the first time, there are a majority of states in the country that have medical cannabis, essentially forcing the hand of the federal government. Four states were added, making the total 28 states and DC. That's huge! Pennsylvania, Florida, North Dakota, and my former home state of Arkansas finally passed the laws in their respective states.

But, even more importantly, the number of states that passed full on legalization of cannabis for recreational purposes doubled from four to eight! Califonia, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada all passed these laws. My new home state of New Hampshire is now surrounded by two of three states with legal recreational cannabis. New Hampshire has no referendum or ballot initiative, so laws must come out of the legislature. The New Hampshire House has passed decriminalization laws several times only to be rejected by the Senate each time. With Maine and Massachusets now having legalization, I expect decriminalization, if not full legalization, to happen in New Hampshire soon. I would imagine it will be on a bill in front of the House in their next session. Since Maggie Hassan, the former anti-cannabis Democrat Governor gone to Washington in the Senate, we now have a new Governor who supports decriminalization, so it is almost a certainty that it will happen here now.

Maine's law makes it legal for anyone over the age of 21 to carry up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis and to legally grow up to six plants for an individual, or commercially with a license from the state. California allows carrying up to 1 ounce and has the same grow regulations as Maine. In Massachusetts, you can have up to 1 ounce outside the home and up to 10 ounces inside the home, along with the ability to grow up to six plants. In Nevada, you can have up to 1 ounce and grow up to six plants for personal use.

I don't get how a substance can be legal yet they can tell you how much you can make and own at once. This is not a moral position. Can someone tell me how much baloney I can own? Can they morally tell me how many sandwiches I can make out of said bologna? Of course not. So why can they tell me the same thing about me being able to legally own cannabis, but only so much, and I can only grow so much out of the seeds I legally own? They can tell you this because they own you, make no mistake about it.

My former home state of Arkansas passed a medical marijuana bill on election day, but lawmakers in the state are already trying to play games with the new law, seeking to add delays and additional taxes at will.

Republican Rep. Doug House says he's working on legislation giving agencies until early May rather than early March to adopt rules for medical marijuana. The Republican lawmaker said it would also change the deadline for the state to begin accepting dispensary applications from June 1 to July 1.

Republican Sen. Bart Hester says he's looking at legislation to impose an additional tax on medical marijuana, a move he says would help pay cutting income taxes.

And, finally, Denver has become the first city in the country to allow people to use cannabis in bars and restaurants through Proposition 300. The city measure allows bars and restaurants to apply to allow marijuana use. Patrons could use pot inside as long as it isn’t smoked, with the possibility of outside smoking areas, though patrons must bring their own weed.

And, a hemp crop was harvested in Virginia for the first time in decades thanks to relaxation in the law. For the first time since the 1930's, what was once a mainstay crop in Virginia can now be used again to make textiles, rope, paper, animal feed, and food products.

In porn news, California's Proposition 60 that would have required porn actors, and I use the term actors lightly here, to wear condoms has failed by a huge margin. The biggest nanny state in the country finally found a bit of nannying they didn't want to do.

The California porn industry threatened to pack up and leave the state if this proposition passed, which could have been a boon for the economy of New Hampshire since filming porn is only explicitly legal in California and New Hampshire. Most other states have obscenity laws that either strictly forbid filming adult video or are incredibly vague on the topic.

The reason Proposition 60 existed was because one in four porn actors in California have sexually transmitted diseases, which is in far greater proportions than the general population. But shunning an industry to the underground is not the way to go about it, because there will always be uncovered porn being filmed in California, but wouldn't we rather it be in the light?

And, it may be good news for New Hampshire that the porn industry didn't come here. Companies in New Hampshire are already struggling to hire people due to the lowest in the nation 2.8% unemployment rate in the state. This is great news for people considering moving to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project. There are lots of industries where we need more skilled workers. It also means that the average wage in New Hampshire has gone up to try and attract new employees. But, there are also lots of low skill jobs available.

The math is simple. There are more available jobs than there are people able to take those jobs in New Hampshire. So, now is the time for you to join the Free State Project and come to New Hampshire and help us achieve liberty in our lifetimes. Check our the Free State Project at freestateproject.org and sign the pledge.

In government works news, the number of government workers is now just under 10,000,000 more than those employed in manufacturing in the United States. In October, the US lost 9,000 manufacturing jobs while gaining 19,000 jobs in government. There are now 22,235,000 government employees compared to 12,258,000 manufacturing jobs. August 1989 was the month that government workers first passed manufacturing workers, and the lead has slowly grown since.

The number of government employees in this country exceeds the combined populations of Ohio and Michigan, for fuck's sake.

The 22,235,000 government employees in October, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, included 14,297,000 local government employees, 5,123,000 state government employees, and 2,815,000 federal government employees.

In Libertarian Party news, 39 states retained ballot access for the LP based on the election results two weeks ago, including New Hampshire. In New Hampshire, gubernatorial candidate Max Abramson achieved the needed 4% to retain access to the ballot with around 31,000 votes. This is a huge success for the LP nationally and will save tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars nationally trying to get on the ballot in various states in 2018. In New Hampshire, this is the first time the LP has retained ballot access in 20 years.

While this is great news, I don't see this as some massive libertarian revolution happening in the country. While Gary Johnson and other Libertarian candidates saw record numbers this year, so did candidates from other third parties. Jill Stein's increase in vote percentage from 2012 to 2016 was very similar to the vote percentage increase that Gary Johnson received. Hell, Evan McMullin got 20% in Utah. What we saw here was voter disgust with the candidates that the two parties put up for election. This is even more evident in the number of people who chose to stay home. This was the lowest voter turnout since 1996, twenty years ago.

I congratulate the LP nationally and I'm thrilled, as the vice-chair for the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire, that we've retained ballot access. However, we should be cautious to take these votes for granted and to assume that we've seen a libertarian surge. I know this will be an unpopular opinion, but I also think we need to take the surge in national LP memberships with a grain of salt. I believe that the surge in memberships we saw after the convention and heading into the election will drop dramatically once their yearly renewal comes up. I believe that a large portion of these new memberships were disgruntled Republicans who were hoping to hitch themselves to another party who might give them a chance. After the Johnson gaffs and his low showing in the election, I imagine these memberships will not be renewed. I hope I'm wrong, but I suspect I'm not. I'll be watching.

In FBI child porn news, it's been revealed that the FBI ran not just one, but twenty-four dark web child porn websites. As we talked about in episode 29 of this show, the FBI operated the child porn site The Playpen for two weeks, allowing over 215,000 people to access 23,000 sexually explicit images and video fo children, including 9,000 files that users could download directly from FBI servers. This was done in an attempt to track users of the site, which lead to 137 people being charged with a crime.

Now, according to documents obtained by the ACLU, the FBI actually authorized the takeover of 23 child-pornography websites in addition to The Playpen. These 23 sites were run on once computer that the FBI seized and then hosted at a government facility with the knowledge of the FBI.

As Reason's Jacob Sullum noted, "the government's position is that children are revictimized every time images of their sexual abuse are viewed or shared," which "is one of the main rationales for punishing mere possession of child pornography," not just those who make or distribute or profit from it. Under federal law, distributing a sexually explicit image of a child comes with a mandatory minimum prison sentence of five years and a possible 20 years."If such actions merit criminal prosecution because they are inherently harmful," Sullum points out, "there is no logical reason why the federal agents who ran The Playpen should escape the penalties they want to impose on the people who visited the site."

In a news update, a California judge on Wednesday said he was likely to dismiss criminal pimping charges against the chief executive and controlling shareholders of Backpage.com, ruling that a federal immunity shield for tech companies protected them from prosecution for content posted by third parties.

Backpage, the second-largest U.S. online classified ad service after Craigslist, has faced scrutiny from the U.S. Senate as well as civil lawsuits over allegations that the site facilitates sex trafficking, especially of children.

The controversy over Backpage.com is at the center of a debate over how much liability tech companies should face for user-generated content posted on their platforms.

Under the federal Communications Decency Act, the defendants argued that they could not be prosecuted for content posted by third parties.

In a tentative ruling, Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Michael Bowman agreed, saying Congress passed the Communications Decency Act to protect free speech online. "Congress has spoken on this matter and it is for Congress, not this Court, to revisit," Bowman wrote. During a later hearing, the judge said the AG's office could file additional briefs on the issue and that he would make a final ruling by Dec. 9, according to his clerk Trevor Shaddix.

In killer cop news, the Minnesota cop who shot and killed Philando Castile has been charged with manslaughter. St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez was also charged with two felony counts of dangerous discharge of a gun, which endangered the lives of Castile’s girlfriend and her four-year-old daughter sitting in the back seat of the car.

Ramsey County Attorney John Choi announced the charges in a press conference, saying that the “use of deadly force by Officer Yanez was not justified” and that “it is not enough… to express subjective fear of death or great bodily harm.”

Police initially said they pulled Castile over for a broken tail light on July 6, 2016, but an audio recording later proved the cop pulled him over because he had a “wide set nose,” which apparently matched the description of an armed robber. But Castile, an elementary school worker who had a concealed weapons permit, was not a felon. He just a man who had been stopped by police 52 times for minor traffic infractions, which raised allegations that he had been racially profiled on a regular basis.

Yanez faces a maximum sentence of ten years for the manslaughter charge and he is the first Minnesota cop since 2000 out of more than 150 shooting deaths to be criminally charged.

In police state USA news, Chinese police kill less people than American police each year, by a huge margin. In a country that has four times the population of the US, Chinese police in 2014 only killed 12 people. In 2015, they killed 50. By comparison, US police killed around 1200 in 2015. And, even using the highest estimates of 4 million in prison, China also has an incarceration percentage about half of what we have here in the United States. Most estimates are closer to 2 million in prison in China, but even taking the highest estimates of 4 million in prison, China also has an incarceration percentage about half of what we have here in the United States. Most estimates are closer to 2 million in prison in China, but even taking the highest estimates, adjusted for population, China would have to incarcerate 8.8 million and kill 4,800 just to EQUAL the US rate.

Welcome to police state USA, we hope you enjoy your stay.

In what the actual fuck news, after Making a Murderer's Brendan Dassey's conviction for the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach was overturned in August by a federal judge exonerating Dassey, less than 48 hours after he was set to be released he was ordered to remain in prison pending the states' appeal of the exoneration.

Dassey's conviction was tossed out based on the judge's "significant doubts" about the reliability of Dassey's confession that was later recanted and claimed by Dassey to be coerced.

The state appeal could take years while Dassey sits behind bars.

ANCAP APP

We talked about agorism in the last episode of this show, and now I have an Ancap App that will help you live an agorist lifestyle. It's called OpenBazaar and it's an open source project to create a decentralized network for peer to peer commerce online—using Bitcoin—that has no fees and no restrictions.

Right now, online commerce means using centralized services. eBay, Amazon, and other big companies have restrictive policies and charge fees for listing and selling goods. They only accept forms of payment that cost both buyers and sellers money, such as credit cards or PayPal. They require personal information, which can lead to it being stolen or even sold to others. Buyers and sellers aren’t always free to exchange goods and services with each other, as companies restrict entire categories of trade.

OpenBazaar is a different approach to online commerce. It puts the power back in the users’ hands. Instead of buyers and sellers going through a centralized service, OpenBazaar connects them directly. Because there is no one in the middle of your transactions there are no fees, no restrictions, no accounts to create, and you only reveal the personal information that you choose.

But, how does it work? Let’s say that you are looking to sell your old laptop. Using the OpenBazaar client (a program you download), you create a new product listing on your computer with details just like you would on any ecommerce site.. When you publish that listing, it is sent out to the distributed p2p network of other people using OpenBazaar. Anyone who searches for the keywords you’ve used—laptop, electronics, etc—will find your listing.

If you both agree to a price, the client creates a contract between you both with your digital signatures and sends it to a third party called a moderator. These moderators are also folks on the OpenBazaar network—could be your neighbor or someone across the world—who the buyer and seller trust in case something goes wrong. The third party witnesses the contract and creates a multisignature Bitcoin account (multisig) that requires two of three people to agree before the Bitcoin can be released.

The buyer then sends the agreed upon amount to the multisig address. You get a notification saying the buyer has sent the funds, and you ship the laptop to them and mark that it has been shipped. The buyer receives it a few days later, and they mark it received, which releases the funds from multisig to you. You got your Bitcoin, the buyer got the laptop; no fees paid, no one stopped your trade, everyone’s happy.

OpenBazaar is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux and version 1.1.9 is out right now at openbazaar.org. If you have something to sell, or if you want to buy something without additional fees and government regulations, the OpenBazaar is for you. Go check it out.

OUTRO

Thank you for listening to the show this week. As always, I need to thank my favorite Catan partner, Jessica, for her help with this show. For the show notes to this episode, where I put links and other information that has been on this show, go to thelavaflow.com/50.

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I've had another increase in donations this week! Casey pledged $5 per episode using Patreon. Awesome! That puts me now closer than I've ever been to my next goal. I'm now at $169.50 per episode in donations, or 67.8% towards my next goal to bring you a 30-minute The LAVA Flow episode every week. Thanks so much, Casey! You rock!Also, Patrick used my affiliate link for Coinbase and got both he and I a free $10 in Bitcoin! Thanks, Patrick! If you want $10 in free Bitcoin and you want to help the show, go to thelavaflow.com/coinbase today and sign up for a new account and buy at least $100 in Bitcoin.And now it's time to talk about my November contest again! This is one that everyone can get into. I need more reviews on Stitcher, since very few people actually review on Stitcher it seems. Currently, I only have two reviews on that platform. The best part is that anyone with an internet browser can review on Stitcher, there is no need to create an account or anything. So, if you go to thelavaflow.com/stitcher today, you can scroll down to the bottom of the page and click "Write a Review" and leave me one. Since there are so few reviews already on Stitcher, I'm only going to have a single prize pack this time. The prize pack is the same as last time, an exclusive The LAVA Flow contest winner t-shirt, a The LAVA Flow tote bag, and a copy of one of my favorite libertarian books signed by the author. So, go to thelavaflow.com/stitcher today and leave me a rating and a review. All reviews on Stitcher that are in before November 30th will be entered to win the prize pack. The winners will be announced on this show on December 6th. Good luck!
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