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Guns and Weed: The Road to Freedom (2011)

Shows, in no uncertain terms, why of Freedom Ingestion and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms are equally indisputable civil rights, and why the War on Drugs and the War on Guns are both entirely immoral.

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Susan Callaway ...
Herself
Debra Jean Dean ...
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Sergeant Dan Banning
Mac R. Frank
Jtizzle ...
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Richard Mack ...
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Shane Scheid ...
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Neema Vedadi ...
Johnny Patel
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A stunning and entertaining examination of Constitutional issues in America. Covers abuse of authority by police, the War on Drugs, self-defense, States' Rights, Natural Rights, Austrian Economics, the problems of a two-party system and taxation. Written by Anonymous

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Because there's no such thing as "half free.

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A Great Introduction
28 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is a great introduction to the concept of true property rights, most basic being the idea that each individual owns their own body. With self ownership also comes the responsibility for self protection so if the government does not allow freedom to put whatever you want into yourself or the freedom to own tools for self defense you are not free at all. This movie explains this concept in a way that many people who would never read most libertarian authors will easily grasp. While I'm not much of a fan of punk or rap the music in this movie is a great way to express the ideas to very wide audience, a bit like Schoolhouse Rock for liberty people.


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