Dave Champion Show – May 6, 2011

There is a war in America: Those who want “the calm of despotism” versus those who desire “the tempestuous sea of liberty”.
What did Clarence Darrow say was the ONLY way to protect your liberty?
State of Utah website makes it clear that only the limited rights of 14th Amendment citizens are to be respected.
Dave discusses why so many racists support Obama.
47% of Detroit residents are illiterate. Dave discusses one particularly ugly future for Michigan.
“Arizona Republic” writer, Alia Beard Rau, pens horribly slanted “news” article, promoting gun control advocates.
Dave discusses Jerome Corsi’s new bombshell book, “Where’s The Birth Certificate?”
A family that lost a loved one on 9/11 asks for “proof” that Osama was killed. There is none!
Dave tells the story of how one piece of evidence, in the hands of an ordinary citizen, upended a monstrous government lie!


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One Response to “Dave Champion Show – May 6, 2011”

  1. Dave Scotese says:

    Hi Dave,

    Nice intro!

    I’ve been searching on Google for ["jury acquitted" irs] and I found the link to the story of Phil Roberts (http://famguardian.org/Subjects/Taxes/CaseStudies/PhilRoberts/000926trialnot.htm), which seriously demoralized me. I thought for the longest time that the best way I could help our country would be to starve it. I still think that might be true, but the disgusting behavior of “the court” in that case makes it seem like I’d just be laying down in front of the bull dozer, the operator of which isn’t really a human being, but a psychopath.

    I guess I see twin engines on the airplane flying toward serfdom. One is the central bank, and the other is the revenue service. Ron Paul’s campaign to audit the fed seeks educators to spread the word, and compel the audit. But I see no campaign that seeks to put fear into the psychopaths like that judge. I wanted to find someone who went through that second engine, who seemed to still be around. Joe Banister seems to have disappeared around the end of 2010. David M Zuniga started his Indictment Engine but changed his plans to This Bloodless Liberty. I guess that sounds like the best weapon against the psychopathic behavior of judges such as the one in the Phil Roberts case.