Is Edward Snowden a hero or a villain? Also, what's in the news with stories on Johnson/Weld, victimless crime, FBI hacking, marijuana breathalyzer, bad cops, and death for not standing, and an Ancap App segment on Wire, a very cool encryption tool.

WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES

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I don't typically throw around a word like hero very often, but I consider Edward Snowden a modern day hero, without question. But what do our rulers and wanna-be rulers think about him?

You can sign the petition to hopefully get Snowden pardoned at pardonsnowden.org.

WHAT'S IN THE NEWS 

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In sometimes they get it right news, a federal judge in Texas ruled that when the FBI sends malware to people's computer to gain access to the information in it, this is considered a search under the Fourth Amendment and requires a warrant.

In stand up or die news, an Alabama pastor who doubles as a high school football announcer told the crowd at a game that they should be shot if they didn't stand for the national anthem.

In related news, high school football players protesting the national anthem are being suspended around the country. Players in New Jersey, Alabama, and Massachusetts have faced suspension from school, harassment from their peers and even, they claim, threats against their physical well-being.

In cannabis news, police in California have begun an initial field test of a new marijuana breathalyzer device that can detect THC on a person's breath when they have smoked cannabis or have eaten cannabis-infused foods. The device also doubles as an alcohol breathalyzer. 

In more victimless crime news, The Arizona Supreme Court issued a stunning and horrifying decision, interpreting a state law to criminalize any contact between an adult and a child’s genitals, including completely innocent conduct such as changing a diaper or bathing a baby.

In crossing the thin blue line news, an Oklahoma police officer has been charged with manslaughter for the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man after the Tulsa County District Attorney's Office found she “reacted unreasonably” and became “emotionally involved to the point that she overreacted.”

In nothing better to do news, officers in Florida have arrested a 90-year-old man for the second time in a week for feeding the homeless.

Gary was asked on Fox News by Tucker Carlson that if he believes that people should make personal decisions without interference from the state, which is why he supports gay marriage, then would he be for legalizing polygamy.

A new article appeared in Politico recently that had a couple of disturbing quotes from Gary Johnson. The author of the article spent quite a lot of time with Gary on the record.

Gary Johnson was not invited to the first presidential debate by the Commission on Presidential Debates.

And in OG Libertarian news, Bill Weld gave $450 to the GOP Republican candidate, Chris Sununu, long after the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire had a named candidate for that office. One of Weld's donations was done even after the LPNH gubernatorial candidate was confirmed on the ballot.

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TEASER INTRO

Is Edward Snowden a hero or a villain? Also, what's in the news with stories on Johnson/Weld, victimless crime, FBI hacking, marijuana breathalyzer, bad cops, and death for not standing, and an Ancap App segment on Wire, a very cool encryption tool.

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.”

Speedballing anarchy and property straight to your brain every fortnight! Thank you for joining me this week, coming to you from the state that was the home Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code, 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 forty-six, The Edward Snowden Edition, and it’s Tuesday, September 27th, 2016, when at least 852 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

I don't typically throw around a word like hero very often, but I consider Edward Snowden a modern day hero, without question. However, our rulers see this quite differently. In 2013 a petition at whitehouse.gov received over 167,000 signatures. The petition was simple. It said:

Edward Snowden is a national hero and should be immediately issued a a full, free, and absolute pardon for any crimes he has committed or may have committed related to blowing the whistle on secret NSA surveillance programs.

This petition drew out a response from the White House, although it took two years. Their response was basically thanks, but no thanks. It said:

"Mr. Snowden's dangerous decision to steal and disclose classified information had severe consequences for the security of our country and the people who work day in and day out to protect it... He should come home to the United States, and be judged by a jury of his peers -- not hide behind the cover of an authoritarian regime. Right now, he's running away from the consequences of his actions."

So it's clear the current administration has no desire to pardon Snowden. But what do the 2016 presidential candidates have to say about this issue?

Trump, back in 2013, said this:

“I think Snowden is a terrible threat, I think he’s a terrible traitor, and you know what we used to do in the good old days when we were a strong country — you know what we used to do to traitors, right?”

So, a hero who exposed illegal government surveillance on innocent Americans should be killed as a traitor? Wow. What an asshat.

And Hillary Clinton, herself responsible for classified information being leaked, had this to say about Snowden:

“He broke the laws of the United States. He could have been a whistleblower, he could have gotten all the protections of a whistleblower. He chose not to do that. He stole very important information that has fallen into the wrong hands so I think he should not be brought home without facing the music.”

She's also made the case that if he did nothing wrong, why is he hiding out in Russia under Putin's protection. Snowden had travel documents to get to Latin America but when he landed in Russia to catch a connecting flight, his passport was canceled by US authorities. Since he has no passport from another country, he had no choice but to stay in Russia. The US is the reason he's stuck in Russia right now.

Gary Johnson and Jill Stein both have gone on record to say they would pardon Snowden, with Jill Stein actually calling him a hero.

There is a new petition out from the ACLU trying to get movement on a pardon for Snowden, since it's coming up towards the end of Obama's last day in office. It is a long shot, but it is still worth trying to give it a shot. I signed the petition and I hope you'll consider it as well. You can sign the petition at pardonsnowden.org.

I went to see the Snowden movie a few days ago and I have to say it was really well done. Oliver Stone knocked this one out of the park. The acting was phenomenal, the story and the way it was laid out was excellent, and there was even a surprise at the very end that I enjoyed. I highly recommend checking out this movie. You won't regret it.

I'm almost finished reading Glenn Greenwald's book on Snowden called "No Place to Hide." It gives a very detailed account of everything that went on once Glenn was first in contact with Snowden. This book is a must read, for sure.

Look, you all know what Snowden did, and you all know what he gave up to give us the information he gave us. We owe him whatever support we can give him, frankly. Talk to your friends, your family, and your neighbors about why Snowden is a hero. Take them to see the Snowden movie. Encourage them to also sign the Snowden petition. The more people we educate about the truth behind Snowden the better his chances are.

WHAT'S IN THE NEWS

In sometimes they get it right news, a federal judge in Texas ruled that when the FBI sends malware to people's computer to gain access to the information in it, this is considered a search under the Fourth Amendment and requires a warrant. You would think this would be a no-brainer, but this is the opposite of a previous judge's ruling in Virginia that a warrant isn't needed in these situations because a defendant infected with government malware "has no reasonable expectation of privacy in his computer."

This all stems from the FBI's seizure of a child pornography website after which they ran the site for weeks infecting users of the site with malware called a Network Investigative Technique, or NIT, that would reveal the user's true IP address to the authorities.

“[T]he NIT placed code on Mr. Torres' computer without his permission, causing it to transmit his IP address and other identifying data to the government,” Judge David Alan Ezra wrote in a ruling for one of the NIT cases, in San Antonio, Texas. “That Mr. Torres did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in his IP address is of no import. This was unquestionably a “search” for Fourth Amendment purposes.”

Judge Ezra wrote that the NIT warrant “has brought to light the need for Congressional clarification regarding a magistrate's authority to issue a warrant in the internet age, where the location of criminal activity is obscured through the use of sophisticated systems of servers designed to mask a user's identity.”

Because that's just what we need, the US Congress defining and clarifying what constitutes a remote search on the internet. Congress can't get anything right, so you know they'll fuck this one up too.

In stand up or die news, an Alabama pastor who doubles as a high school football announcer told the crowd at a game that they should be shot if they didn't stand for the national anthem. In what is likely a response to the actions of NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Pastor Allen Joyner said, "If you don’t want to stand for the national anthem, you can line up over there by the fence and let our military personnel take a few shots at you since they’re taking shots for you." His comments were met with loud cheers.

Speaking for Butler County Schools, Superintendent Amy Bryan immediately denounced Joyner’s comments in a statement, saying, “Patriotism should be a part of school events but threats of shooting people who aren’t patriotic, even in jest, have no place at a school. Threats of violence are a violation of school policy and certainly not condoned by the school board.” Ya think?

Maybe Pastor Joyner needs a lesson in what freedom really means. Freedom means I can sit for the national anthem while telling him to fuck off and there is nothing he can do about it.

In related news, high school football players protesting the national anthem are being suspended around the country. Players in New Jersey, Alabama, and Massachusetts have faced suspension from school, harassment from their peers and even, they claim, threats against their physical well-being. So much for freedom of speech in our government schools.

In cannabis news, police in California have begun an initial field test of a new marijuana breathalyzer device that can detect THC on a person's breath when they have smoked cannabis or have eaten cannabis-infused foods. The device also doubles as an alcohol breathalyzer.

Following some more tests to validate the technology’s results, Hound Labs hopes to widely distribute the device to law enforcement in the first half of next year. Until now, police had to rely on an imperfect system of testing saliva, urine, and blood samples to measure marijuana in the system, which can show the presence of the drug days after the user is actually under the influence.

Chief of Police in Lompoc, California, Patrick Walsh, has already thrown his support behind the innovative device which he plans on issuing to at least six of his departments over the next six months. Walsh said, “We are looking for the least invasive way to obtain information that indicates impairment, which is why we are participating in roadside tests. We don't want to arrest people who are not impaired, and yet we don't want marijuana users driving if they are high from recent use."

This is just another victimless crime that will be used as a revenue generator for police departments and courts around the nation. A crime is committed when you harm another person or their property, not before. No victim, no crime.

In more victimless crime news, The Arizona Supreme Court issued a stunning and horrifying decision, interpreting a state law to criminalize any contact between an adult and a child’s genitals, including completely innocent conduct such as changing a diaper or bathing a baby.

As the stinging dissent notes, “parents and other caregivers” in the state are now considered to be “child molesters or sex abusers under Arizona law.” Those convicted under the statute may be imprisoned for five years.

How did this happen? A combination of bad legislating and terrible judging. Start with the legislature, which passed laws forbidding any person from “intentionally or knowingly … touching … any part of the genitals, anus or female breast” of a child “under fifteen years of age.” Notice something odd about that? Although the laws call such contact “child molestation” or “sexual abuse,” the statutes themselves do not require the “touching” to be sexual in nature. (No other state’s law excludes this element of improper sexual intent.)

Indeed, read literally, the statutes would seem to prohibit parents from changing their child’s diaper. And the measures forbid both “direct and indirect touching,” meaning parents cannot even bathe their child without becoming sexual abusers under the law.

Arizona’s Supreme Court had an opportunity to remedy this glaring problem. A man convicted under these laws urged the justices to limit the statutes’ scope by interpreting the “touching” element to require some sexual intent. But by a 3-2 vote, the court refused and declared that the law criminalized the completely innocent touching of a child. The majority declined to “rewrite the statutes to require the state to prove sexual motivation when the statutes clearly contain no such requirement.” Moreover, the court held that the laws posed no due process problem because those prosecuted under the statute could still assert “lack of sexual motivation” as an “affirmative defense” at trial—one the defendant himself must prove to the jury “by a preponderance of the evidence.” As to the risk that the law criminalizes typical parental tasks, the majority shrugs that “prosecutors are unlikely to charge parents” engaged in innocent conduct.

I mean, come on. This is even worse than zero tolerance laws in schools because this can actually get a loving parent thrown in jail for taking proper care of their child. And so much for innocent until proven guilty, since you have to prove to the jury that your act lacked sexual motivation. And don't even get me started on us having to trust that Arizona prosecutors aren't going to charge people for this without a sexual motivation.

In crossing the thin blue line news, an Oklahoma police officer has been charged with manslaughter for the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man after the Tulsa County District Attorney's Office found she "reacted unreasonably" and became "emotionally involved to the point that she overreacted." Officer Betty Shelby was charged with manslaughter in the first degree for the shooting of Terence Crutcher. Shelby, who was hired in 2011, had been placed on administrative leave with pay.

Officer Shelby had been assigned to a domestic violence call Friday evening when she came upon Crutcher and his vehicle in the road, according to an affidavit requesting a warrant for Shelby's arrest.

Shelby approached the vehicle and asked Crutcher if it belonged to him and was disabled, but Crutcher was mumbling to himself and not answering her questions, according to the affidavit.

At that point, Crutcher walked toward his vehicle with his hands up and did not respond to Shelby's commands for him to stop. Officer Turnbough then arrives and after Crutcher he reached in the driver's side front window of his vehicle, he fired his Taser and Shelby fired one shot striking Crutcher in the lung, according to the affidavit.

Crutcher's family lawyers have disputed that he reached inside his car, saying video evidence shows the car's windows were up and blood seen on the windows corroborates that the windows were rolled all the way up at the time of the shooting. Tulsa's police chief has said Crutcher was unarmed and that no weapon was found on him or in his SUV.

Family lawyer Damario Solomon-Simmons said at the press conference that even if Crutcher was not responding to Shelby's commands that did not warrant the deadly shooting.

"Failure to comply does not justify shooting someone," he said. I'm glad someone finally said it.

Look, should you listen to what officers tell you to do when they have guns drawn on you? Abso-fucking-lutely, if you want to live. Should you have to? In an ideal world, if they are giving you an unlawful order then you should have every right to walk away and ignore them. But we don't live in that ideal world. It is refreshing to see that, at least in this case, they are getting it right. Crutcher was not a threat to anyone at any time, nor did he harm or threaten to harm anyone. He committed no crime that required his hands to be put up at gunpoint in the first place. A gun should never have been brought into this situation by anyone. The officers escalated this situation from nothing to a murder in a matter of seconds.

In nothing better to do news, officers in Florida have arrested a 90-year-old man for the second time in a week for feeding the homeless. Officers lingered in the area for about 45 minutes during which time Abbott and volunteers with the Love Thy Neighbor charity he founded handed out more than 100 plates of hot chicken stew, pasta, cheesy potatoes and fruit salad to homeless men and women. When 90-year-old Florida resident Arnold Abbott said, “I expected it. At least this time they let us feed people first.”

If he’s found guilty of violating city ordinance laws — his second in a week — he faces 60 days in jail or a $500 fine. Abbott said he’s prepared to go to jail over his efforts. “Why do I keep doing this?" he asked rhetorically. "Because these are my people and they deserve to be fed."

The new law in Ft. Lauderdale comes after the city announced in January that people are restricted from camping, panhandling, food sharing and engaging in other “life-sustaining activities." The laws regarding food sharing were ironically enacted on Halloween when millions of people were out sharing candy.

Let me be perfectly clear here, if your job requires you to arrest a 90-year-old man not once, but twice, for providing food to people who don't have any, then you need to quit your fucking job. Don't give me this horseshit that the officers were "just doing their jobs." This is not a job, it is a power trip.

In Gary Johnson news, he's not had a great couple of weeks. There were several issues hitting him lately.

Gary was asked on Fox News by Tucker Carlson that if he believes that people should make personal decisions without interference from the state, which is why he supports gay marriage, then would he be for legalizing polygamy. Here's the audio from that exchange. (PLAY GJ AUDIO)

It's clear from this exchange that Gary Johnson is a hypocrite. Either he believes the state shouldn't interfere in personal decisions or he believes they should interfere. When it comes to gay marriage, which is a popular topic to be on the right side of, he's fine with keeping the state out of it. But when it comes to a less popular topic to be on the right side of, he's fine with the state "having at it." I get a lot of shit for saying Gary Johnson isn't principled and that he doesn't understand the fundamentals of libertarianism, but this clip proves me right on this one. If he were principled then there would be no difference to him between two adults deciding to marry or three or more adults deciding to marry. The difference here is that one is either a losing issue or that he finds it to be personally distasteful. Either way, saying the state should be involved in it shows he has no libertarian principles.

A new article appeared in Politico recently that had a couple of disturbing quotes from Gary Johnson. The author of the article spent quite a lot of time with Gary on the record. He wrote this:

There had also been an eye-opening moment on the streets of Cleveland during the Republican National Convention, when [Johnson and I had] been walking behind a cigarette-wielding Ohioan. As the smoker’s exhaust wafted in our faces, I remarked offhand that—with the advent of e-cigarettes—I thought there was a good libertarian case for banning regular cigarettes. “I do too,” replied the health-obsessed triathlete, recounting his support for anti-smoking efforts in New Mexico.

What the actual fuck? Are you kidding me right now? I just don't even know what to say about this, and there's no need. You guys get why this is such a mess.

Another quote in the article was, "Johnson told me he was against the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision (“I don’t believe corporations are people”)."

Wait, what? So people or groups of people who want to pool their resources and give money in any way they choose should not be able to do that? With their own, hard-earned money? The product of their own labor? This is just ludicrous. I'm seriously disgusted by this guy. Can we get this election over with already?

And finally, Gary Johnson was not invited to the first presidential debate by the Commission on Presidential Debates. Gary needed an average of 15% in five polls selected by the CPD. His average in those polls was only 8.4%, with Jill Stein coming in at 3.2%. I now I'm likely going to catch a lot of flak for this position, but part of me is glad he didn't make the debate. Could you imagine Gary Johnson, a supposed libertarian, on stage telling people that it's libertarian to ban cigarettes, that it's libertarian to ban polygamy, or that it's libertarian to not allow you to spend your money how you choose? And these are only the things he's said recently. No need to get into the nutty things he's said over the last several months again.

And in OG Libertarian news, Bill Weld gave $450 to the GOP Republican candidate, Chris Sununu, long after the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire had a named candidate for that office. One of Weld's donations was done even after the LPNH gubernatorial candidate was confirmed on the ballot.

This is an action that is inexcusable. In New Hampshire, there are two races that are required to retain ballot access. That is we need either 4% in the gubernatorial or senatorial race to be on the ballot without having to collect signatures in 2018. This money given by Weld to a candidate and a party in direct opposition to the efforts by the Libertarian Party national and the LP of New Hampshire is despicable and inexcusable. Typically, though, some of the LNC members I've spoken to about this have tried to make excuses that because the Weld family and the Sununu family go way back in political friend circles that this is just fine. Bullshit, it's fine. This is just another in a long line of direct and indirect offenses by Bill Weld against the LP and some of its affiliates, including Ohio, New York, and now New Hampshire.

And, speaking of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire, I was elected as the vice-chairman of that party this past weekend. Darryl W. Perry, former LP presidential candidate and friend and donor of this show was elected as chairman. Brian McQuade, LP Seacoast chair and friend and donor of this show was elected as the Membership Director. Three of the four executive committee members are brand new to their positions, replacing ineffective or checked out former members. The Libertarian Party of New Hampshire has no excuse for not being one of the strongest state affiliates in the nation because of the Free State Project, and we intend to fix this glaring issue.

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You guys have heard me talk about encryption software on this show before, and I personal use and recommend Signal for encrypted text and voice calls. Signal is great for texts and call from your phone but it does nothing for other devices such as your browser. It also has no capability for encrypted video either.

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Wire is open source, so it's easy to audit and make sure there is no hidden code and that it is actually 100% end-to-end encryption. I plan to stop using FB messenger, other chat software, Skype, etc. as much as possible and moving all of my communication over to Wire. I encourage you to do the same. Anything that keeps the NSA guessing and gives you privacy is ok in my book. Besides, do I really want to NSA reading messages I send to my wife and kids or my friends? No way!

You can get Wire now on your iPhone and Android computer through their app stores. You can download the desktop apps for Windows and Mac at wire.com, and you can log in through the browser from any modern browser at app.wire.com. Check it out, and send me a message when you get connected at rodger@thepaxtonfamily.com.

OUTRO

Thank you for listening to the show this week. As always, I need to thank my favorite marketing director, 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/46.

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