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First Degree Liberty is hosted buy Chase Rachels and Mike Martelli. Chase Rachels spent a brief time in the US Air Force, be...

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October 31, 2012 08:38 PM PDT

Chase and Mike talk about how the media over-hyped hurricane Sandy, and how the government and media want everyone to be afraid. The guys also talk about free market and voluntary solutions to dealing with storms.

The Obama phone Raffi Remix was put together by Mike Martelli, based on the song "Banana Phone" by Raffi.

"Safe in New York City" is preformed by AC-DC

And the closing song, "Land of 1000 Dances" is preformed by Wilson Pickett.

October 24, 2012 08:22 PM PDT

Chase and Mike talk about the recent embassy attack in Libya, middle eastern intervention, and the guys finish up the conversation about Romney and Obama.

October 17, 2012 07:39 PM PDT

Mike and Chase talk about how Obama and Romney aren't that much different. After all, Obama ended up continuing the same policies as George W. Bush, so its doubtful that Romney would do anything different.

October 08, 2012 08:28 PM PDT

Chase and Mike talk about misconceptions about gay rights, property rights, and how ostracism is a better way of dealing with bigots than using the force of the state.

September 28, 2012 07:02 PM PDT

Mike and Chase critique and discuss the distopian themes which are popping up in movies and TV shows like The Revolution, Last Resort, V for Vendetta, and the X files.

Television and movies are reflecting the uneasy feelings most Americans are having these days. It seems like the future isn't all that bright in real life, and pop culture is showing us a glimpse into the future that might be.

You can find Last Resort on ABC, http://beta.abc.go.com/shows/last-resort

Revolution can be seen on NBC, http://www.nbc.com/revolution/

The X-Files can now be seen on Netflix, be sure to check out the episode "Jose Chung's From Outer Space" Season 3 Episode 20

And finally, the creepy clip of the Washington insider talking about staged terror attacks can be seen here:


September 16, 2012 05:44 PM PDT

Mike and Chase talk about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The guys ask the question, why is it so hard for people to see that the official story doesn't make sense.

The Opening song is "Brain Stew" by Greenday

The Closing song is "Without a Face, the TSA Song" which can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_j6Z2gPX_U

The clip of Robert McNemara is from the doucmentarty called "The Fog of War: 11 Lessons from the life of Robert S. Mcnemara (Sony pictures 2003).

Here is the link to the documentary called "Explosive Evidence" by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth

And finally,

Check out the best film, to date, on 9-11 "Loose Change"

September 06, 2012 08:29 PM PDT

The Future and the Free Market
An Interview with Jeff Tucker

On this episode of First Degree Liberty with Chase Rachels and Mike Martelli: the guys interview Jeff Tucker, executive editor of Laissez-Faire Books and author of A Beautiful Anarchy to chat about the future and the free Market.

Check out Jeff's work at




The Opening Song is "The Golden Age" by the Asteroid Galaxy Tour
Followed by Walt Disney's theme for the Carousel of Progress.

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