Austin Petersen To Dean Ryan “God Bless Monsanto.” Check Out The Full Chat.

TNAM’s Brian Engelman attended a John McAfee fundraising event in Bel Air, CA & had the opportunity to also have a conversation with Libertarian Presidential candidate Austin Petersen.

Prior to their one-on-one chat, Brian filmed this interesting conversation between Austin and Dean Ryan.

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John McAfee On The San Bernadino iPhone Hack, Running For President & More W/ Brian Engelman

TNAM’s Brian Engelman attended a fundraiser event for John McAfee in Bel Air, CA & had a casual conversation on a noisy patio with the Libertarian Presidential candidate.

If you can make it through the loudest part at the beginning, the audio does clear up quite a bit.

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Austin Petersen On Why He Is Running For President In An Interview W/ Brian Engelman

TNAM’s Brian Engelman attended a John McAfee fundraising event in Bel Air, CA & had the opportunity to also have a conversation with Libertarian Presidential candidate Austin Petersen.

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UCLA Illegally Built Stadium On VA Land, While Homeless Vets Suffer W/ Rose Webster & Brian Engelman

Host Brian Engelman participated in a rally at the steps of Los Angeles City Hall on Friday 03-18-16 with Dean Ryan, Adam Kokesh, Elvis Summers, Marisol Medina & others.

At the core of the rally, Elvis built a few tiny homes for the homeless, and the city of Los Angeles confiscated them.

Brian focused on the point that 387 acres of land sits at the heart of Los Angeles, and was gifted for the sole and exclusive use purpose of caring for war veterans.

Over the years, the land has been misappropriated and mismanaged while our veterans suffer. UCLA even illegally built Jackie Robinson baseball stadium on the grounds of the V.A. complex. If that doesn’t get you upset,…then something might be wrong with ya!

Rose Webster found this story online from her home in Canada, and created a Change.Org petition to help solve the problem.

At the core of the petition, Rose says that the tiny homes should be returned and placed at an appropriate plot of land where services can be provided, and specifically that homeless L.A. Vets Should Be Housed At the 387 Acres Of the V.A. Complex that could easily hold many more people.

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Bernie Would Help The Homeless More Than Clinton Or Trump. W/ Lauren Steiner & Brian Engelman

Brian Engelman talks with Lauren Steiner, lead organizer for “Los Angeles For Bernie” about the reasons why Bernie would do more to help the homeless than either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.

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Elvis Summers Built Tiny Homeless Homes, Fights L.A. After Confiscation, W/ Brian Engelman.

Brian Engelman interviews Elvis Summers at a Los Angeles rally to support providing the homeless with a tiny roof over their heads.

Elvis saw a person sleeping on the street near his home, so he built a tiny house to provide protection & shelter. He built a few more, and the city came and removed the “bulky items” that were housing homeless inhabitants.

So now the issue is getting both: more complex, and more simple by the day. Can the “Good Samaritans” and the city work together to find some creative ideas on how to provide some basic services and shelter for the homeless, or will this issue further divide a fragile relationship between governmental “have’s”, and average, resident “have-not’s”?

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Trump Tension On The Campaign Trial. By: Philip Seper

Tension is the word that most defined the Trump rally in Dayton on Saturday. From the moment I parked my car in the parking lot, to the minute that I left the airport hangar, tension was present. Mr. Trump’s event had the atmosphere of an especially angry hockey match, or a particularly heated baseball rivalry matchup. Tension was on the tip of Mr. Trump’s tongue, and it could be seen on the faces of many in the crowd. The dozens of police and Secret Service agents had a simalar impact of hockey refs. The “authorities” knew they would be spending the match picking people out of scrums and leading them to the penalty box. Even the media seemed to be salivating in the anticipation of conflict.
When Mr. Trump made his appearance in the airplane hangar, the pressure continued to build. Trump began his remarks by discussing the protest activity that had cancelled his Chicago event. After he said that the rally was cancelled because of deliberate efforts on the part of Bernie Sanders’ campaign, the boos and jeers were far lustier and menacing than I’ve ever heard at any sporting event. Conversely, when that crowd cheered Trump, they cheered with a passion and energy that rivaled the most intense and heated sports fans.
While Trumps speech danced like a particularly effective knuckleball, the crowd listened intently, while also simultaneously on the lookout for any signs of trouble. Sure enough,…conflict came. At first, the protesters were just a minor irritant. The first heckler was a particularly rotund specimen, who walked to the back of the gathering, shouted “Bernie Sanders 2016” several times, and ran out of the hangar with a few police in pursuit. Subsequent protesters were far less innocuous, most notable among them being the man who jumped over a barricade and attempted to get at Trump. The scene elicited memories of Robert Kennedy and George Wallace. The last two protesters were met with pushing and shoving from members of the crowd, who at this point were far less tolerant and were prepared to meet any subsequent disorder on their own terms, and protect their candidate.

Trump’s campaign, message, and strategy are an aberration from American cultural norms. In 2016, a year where violence is in many places at an all time low, his campaign seems to contrast a society increasingly averse to overt conflict. At a time when virtually all sports leagues (even the NFL!), governments, and universities are punishing disorder with ever more punitive sanctions, Mr. Trump stands alone as someone who promotes disorder as a political tool. Whether George Soros, MoveOn.Org, ThinkProgress, BlackLivesMatter, or average American citizens are behind the disruptive protests, we know for certain that candidate Trump has outsourced his security team to his followers, and has even offered to pay for their legal fees. We’re only in March, and with six months until Election Day, the conflicts at these rallies may be the most important development of the 2016 campaign.

Philip Seper is supporting Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Presidential campaign, and he can be reached at: philip.seper@gmail.com

Trump Rally Cancelled Due To Violence. Blake Walley & Brian Engelman Discuss.

“Agree To Disagree” host Brian Engelman once again welcomes gonzo journalist Blake Walley to cover the latest developments in the 2016 Presidential election.

What are we supposed to make of the recent violence at a Trump Rally in Chicago?

Plus a whole lot more.

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