In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, host Marc Clair welcomes in producer and editor of "Liberty: A documentary about freedom in America." Jeremiah starts off by detailing how he became an active member of the liberty movement, and how the prospect of creating a documentary regarding the movement reinvigorated his passion for liberty activism. After a tangent about how Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are capturing much of the "outsider" vote while Rand Paul is failing to do so, Jeremiah and Marc get back on track by looking at what Jeremiah and co-producer Neil Radimaker hope to capture with this documentary, including unprecedented access to every second of footage shot for the film. They look back at Jeremiah's time working as a delegate for a Ron Paul, and just why the GOP scrambled to change rules at the convention to prevent him from speaking. They discuss how ideas of the people can shape the political process and the marketplace, and why it's therefore important to remain focused on ideas throughout political activism.
Stay tuned for the Last Roar, when Marc explains why finding a method to communicate and expand your network is so crucial to advancing the ideas of liberty, and rants away on the concept of "They" and expands on the importance of focusing on the philosophy of individual rights.
Enjoy this fun conversation about liberty, and be sure to check out "Liberty: A documentary about freedom in America."
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Additonal credit goes to:
John Daubert, editing and mastering (check out his work here)
Ron Branch for providing the Lions of Liberty Podcast theme music (check out his work here)