"Tattoos, Pot, and Bluegrass"
Mike's got some big government concerns involving small dwellings. Lou's offers some observations on Obama's trip to the hinterlands of Alaska, and relates some of his own experiences in the state, relating them to the feds, wolves, and Yellowstone National Park. Talking about the great outdoors, Mike relates how he recently had to decline on offer to go hog hunting. Hmm . . .
Segment II (17:25)
Ben calls in to vent about Obama's global warming tour, also mentioning a recent conversation on the topic he had with a sharp teenage grandson of his. Mr. X offers some observations on the need of authoritarians to "curate" our lives. Lou shares about some of his younger days hitchhiking.
Segment III (32:25)
Terry Martin, of The Quad Gazette, is in studio to talk a bit about the Let Freedom Ring event at the Gazette's Meshoppen Freedom House on October 3. X emphasizes that the battle for Liberty is a daily struggle. Lou mentions some events this weekend (hence the show "title" of "Tattoos, Pot, and Bluegrass"): the NEPA Tattoo Convention at the Mohegan Sun in Wilkes-Barre throughout the weekend, the Hemp Freedom Rally at Wilkes-Barre's Kirby Park later in the day from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., and the Cornstock Folk Festival at Lazy Brook Park in Tunkhannock throughout the weekend.
Segment IV (46:48)
Gary calls in from Dunmore to discuss the Syrian refugee crisis. Lou's more concerned about the Clinton's use of high office for personal gain than Hillery's violation of confidentiality protocols. X elaborates on his latest article—to appear shortly at Breitbart.com—on the recent crude oil dynamics. He says that prices at the pumps are only going to rise from current levels.