Drain the Swamp? Abolish Fed Gov, Decentralize, Everyone Gets What they Want, Freedom w/ Adam Kokesh
Sarah Westall

6 months ago

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Current Libertarian Presidential Campaign frontrunner, Adam Kokesh, joins the program to discuss his "radical", yet, strangely, not radical, platform for president. Learn how the Libertarian is campaigning to abolish the federal government with the goal of providing everyone (besides those currently in power) the means to ultimately get what they want from government. We discuss most of the major issues and how it would fit under this structure. Learn more about his campaign, how to donate, and how to get involved @ http://KokeshForPresident.com or at https://thefreedomline.com/

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