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I Honor My Dead Buddies by Remembering Why We Enlisted

Adam Kokesh, Memorial Day 2019 Written on behalf of the Libertarian Veteran Caucus When I enlisted in the Marines I told everyone I was joining out of patriotism and I had a cute little speech about it that led everyone who heard it to blow smoke up my ass. It felt … really good. But…

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A New Dallas Accord to Unify The Freedom Movement

In my decade plus of activism, I’ve been constantly dismayed and discouraged by drama and infighting within the freedom movement. I’ve been physically attacked, slandered, libeled, and been the victim of rumor campaigns and character assassination attempts. I have even personally contributed unnecessarily to the public criticism of other activists and been involved in disputes…

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No More Regrets, America

by Adam Kokesh I served my country, or so I was told, A Marine sent to Iraq, We thought we were needed to keep you all safe, but didn’t know what to attack. We fought, and we killed, and we bled, and we died, and you kept on sending us back. Do you feel sorry?…

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See you at Anarchapulco? What to do about plants/drama queens

What do we do about people in our movement who do nothing productive, but always seem to be in the middle of things spreading drama? Do we worry about whether or not they’re plants? Does it matter if we just need to ignore them anyway?! I get into this and much more in my latest…

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