Jun 2nd, 2013 by lydiaannlee
Lydia Lee interviews Kurt Brackob, co-founder of Liberty Prospers, a Political Action Committee based in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Kurt talks about individual liberty and how we've been giving up our liberties since 9-11.
It's a path that I think our country has gone down since 9-11. Unfortunately, we've had a greater willingness to give away our rights for so-called security without realizing what a slippery slope that is... It's like taxes. Whenever they create a temporary tax, they rarely ever go away. When you temporarily give up your rights, you rarely will ever get them back."
In addition to covering some of the topics discussed at LP's "Individual Liberty and the Adult Entertainment Industry" luncheon and panel discussion this past April with Free Speech Coalition's Diane Duke, Lydia Lee and Attorney Marc Randazza [link here]; Kurt talks about the forthcoming American Liberty Coalition, and efforts to put together a fundraiser with the Free Speech Coalition tentatively slated for November.
Follow Liberty Prospers twitter at twitter.com/lPNPAC, and check www.JulieMeadows.com often for updates!
Nov 29th, 2012 by lydiaannlee
A few weeks after the dramatic end of a podcast, Doug and Lydia are back!
In this episode they talk about rock-n-roll and getting old; what constitutes actual stalking; relationship advice and Doug nearly blowing Mark McGrath a kiss at the gym.
Follow them on Twitter: Doug | Lydia
Oct 17th, 2012 by lydiaannlee
Doug & Lydia talk about the second set of 2012 Presidential Debates between Governor Romney and President Obama, Felix Baumgartner's Space Jump, Red Bull, 30 Second Bunnies, bunny gimp masks, Doug in a bunny outfit, Ireland, PBS, and (of course) Dexter.
Reference Link: Doug in a Bunny Suit, Lego Space Jump Reenactment,
Oct 10th, 2012 by lydiaannlee
Doug & Lydia talk--and interact with commenters--about the Presidential debate, Big Bird, Steve Wynn, Mike Love and the drama around The Beach Boys' 50th Anniversary Tour, Green Day, Lydia having a meltdown after going to see Florence + The Machine, and Lydia changing her hair from blonde to red.
Reference Links: Poll: Big Bird is Not the Word, Steve Wynn: What Plays on Sesame Street Stays on PBS
Sep 26th, 2012 by lydiaannlee
Doug & Lydia talk about the Showtime series Dexter, bees and wasps, FaceBook, Twitter and argue about his microphone.
Sep 19th, 2012 by lydiaannlee
Doug and Lydia talk about the end of LA's "Mark and Brian Show", the Muslim riots and the French paper Charlie Hebdo with comic strips poking fun at Muhammad, Doug Stanhope endorsing Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson, the island of garbage near Japan, not using plastic bags at the grocery store, and World War III.
Comedian Doug Stanhope endorses libertarian presidential candidate
A short history of plastic bag laws in California
Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 1/3), (Part 2/3), (Part 3/3)
Firebombed French Newspaper to Continue Printing Controversial Muhammad Cartoon
Sep 1st, 2012 by lydiaannlee
Doug and Lydia talk about recent celebrity deaths; the Liam Neeson movie, The Grey; Hurricane Isaac; The Sitter vs. Adventures in Babysitting; seeing a deer off the highway; the haunted hospital at Doug's latest movie location; animal rescue at midnight; and rum in the afternoon.
Aug 22nd, 2012 by lydiaannlee
Doug and Lydia talk about Missouri Rep. Todd Akin's comments on "legitimate rape", Jeffrey Ross' new Comedy Central show The Burn and the concept of roasting as the last platform for politically incorrect speech, Paul Ryan and war.
The Official Guide to Legitimate Rape, The Burn, Paul Ryan Debt Ceiling Bill: Why Did He Advocate Killing The Grand Bargain?, Bleeding Deacons
Aug 15th, 2012 by lydiaannlee
Doug and Lydia talk about presents from their friend Dawson, Mars and the expanding (or imploding?) universe, guns (go figure), the FRC shooting, gay marriage, Mitt Romney's running mate Paul Ryan, the Roseanne Barr Roast on Comedy Central, Jonnie Awesome, and Michael J. Fox having another t.v. show in 2013!
Aug 8th, 2012 by lydiaannlee
Doug and Lydia talk about the man who found a Jesus face in his breakfast taco (Doug thinks it looks like one of the three musketeers - I think it looks like a lions head), not watching the Olympics (minus women's volleyball?), abstaining from arguing with people about beliefs and issues knowing you normally respect and/or get along with them about other things, favorite obscure actors and the upcoming sequel to The Expendables.