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Announcement: April LIVE Event

Special Announcement.

Event: Barnes Birthday Bash

Where: Chattanooga, Tennessee

When: Weekend of April 21, 2023

What: A special event, from 5 to 10 p.m., as the only, invited guests on a Mark Twain era Tennessee Riverboat, with catered dinner served, a scenic river cruise, live entertainment, a live special edition Hush Hush show, special guests, and a personal meet-up with Viva, I, special guests, and fellow members of the board.

Fundraiser: All net proceeds go to the Free America Law Center. Your ticket helps fund the three efforts FALC will be launching -- Political Freedom, Food Freedom, and Medical Freedom. In all three areas, deserving clients cannot afford representation and legal advocacy, the cases concern matters of core freedoms of everyday Americans, the impact of the cases is global and public, and the legal profession's own political parochialism leads them to not adequately or effectively represent these causes and individuals, from the Covington Boys to Kyle Rittenhouse, from the vaccine injured to the customers of small, independent farmers. Your support will make that representation possible, and this will be the inaugural fundraiser for FALC. Tickets to the event will be $350 per ticket, still less expensive than the ordinary fundraiser, and providing a lot more value than the typical fundraiser.

Tickets: A link will be sent to subscribers of the Board later this week. We have availability for 250 tickets for the special event.

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Live Streamed on June 4, 2023 6:00 PM ET
Ep. 163

Project Veritas committing political and corporate suicide.

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Going to a trampoline house with the nephews

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HELLO FROM MARKHAM!!!

I do not like the greater Toronto area. 😂

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Declaration of Independence

Audio podcast style.

Declaration of Independence
Barnes Law School: 2nd Amendment Victory!

Enjoy this podcast deep dive into the case, much like a single session of a law school class.

Barnes Law School: 2nd Amendment Victory!
August 14, 2021
Viva on Mississauga Radio

I was on the Richard Syrett show the other day. Here is the audio. I hope I was good... Radio is such a difference format from YouTube. So... many... ad and traffic interruptions. lol

Viva on Mississauga Radio
Live chat afterparty

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Barnes Brief: Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Schedule This Week

  • Bourbon w/ Barnes: Wednesday & Thursday at 9-ish pm
  • The Closing Argument Today: Trump-Fauci Timeline: Democracy vs. the Deep State.  

Introduction: Top 10 Headlines

  1. Debt limit deal likely to pass today.
  2. Chicago PMI flashes more economic trouble, as Deutsche Bank forecasts wave of corporate defaults and deep recession from incipient credit crunch, as predicted by Jeff Snider.
  3. Project Veritas sues O’Keefe.
  4. Pence & Christie to join DeSantis, Scott, Haley and Vivek as the Trump alternate candidates.
  5. UFO Panel meets.
  6. West Virginia Governor leads Manchin big in 2024 polls; Manchin considering independent big against Biden; Biden DOJ now targets Justice’s coal mines.
  7. Oklahoma Supreme Court joins other conservative states in striking down abortion bans.
  8. Another Bill Gates favorite, animal fat as fuel, likely worse for environment.
  9. Crime epidemic threatens stores.
  10. Biden victim Tara Reade escapes to Russia.

Wisdom of the Day: “Fauci is a disaster….He’s been here for 500 years.” Donald Trump, October 2020.

The Evidence: Top Ten Articles from The Barnes Library

 

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The Barnes Brief: Memorial Day, 2027

Schedule This Week

  • Bourbon w/ Barnes: Tuesday & Thursday at 9-ish pm
  • The Closing Argument Today: The Curious Case of Kern County: Why Immigration Won’t Save Democrats

Introduction: Top 10 Headlines

  • Memorial Day in America never celebrated war, as it began in remembrance of the dead on both sides of America’s Civil War, but to never forget the cost of war.
  • Debt deal does nothing really, per usual.
  • Russia issues warrant as Lindsey Graham celebrates Zelensky saying killing Russians made it “the best money spent.”
  • China shadow banking defaults spike as China reopening stalls.
  • Erdogan holds off regime change, wins reelection.
  • Tensions flash again in Kosovo.
  • Another little local news indicator of trouble incoming.
  • Shadow Stats shows recession here.
  • Little Mermaid likely to lose $.
  • Boston Celtics face off in Game 7.

Wisdom of the Day: “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them.” John Kennedy.

 

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The Barnes Brief: Monday, May 22, 2023

Schedule This Week

  • Sidebar w/ Rachel Alexander: Wednesday at 7 pm
  • Bourbon w/ Barnes: Monday & Thursday at 9-ish pm
  • The Closing Argument Today: Plot Against the Election: Preamble

Introduction: Top 10 Headlines

  • Deep State favorite Tim Scott joins fellow Deep State favorite Nikki Haley in useless Presidential bid.
  • More Americans say worse off now than any prior time in Fed survey.
  • Gates/Epstein blackmail.
  • Emergency phones issued to Congress.
  • Debt ceiling debate impasse remains.
  • Russia takes Bakhmut, the biggest single battle in the 21st century.
  • Ecuador president disbands parliament rather than be impeached.
  • New mortgages reached lowest volume since end of GFC, as cheaper to rent than own in most locales.  
  • Bank deposits rate declines the most since 1975, as real retail sales fell, savings collapsed, and credit spiked.
  • Rumble advertising revenue tripled over last year.

Wisdom of the Day: “Where justice denied, poverty enforced, ignorance prevalent, and one class made to feel power is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property can be safe.” Frederick Douglass.

 

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