I speak briefly about my new project, Hush Door. It is designed too keep political solicitation away at election time.
Visit The Site
The culmination of much of the knowledge I have accumulated over the past two years on the topic of citizen journalism. This is the information I brought with me on the Fair Witness Tour. This episode is a plea to all activists to find their niche in this growing trend. Doing so will have a market effect on corporate media.
mp3: Peer Justice
Kirsten Tynan of the Fully Informed Jury Association returns to explain the role of the grand jury. Also, my recent talk on the power of the Jury to a service club. This also underscores the importance of public speaking and the need to bring messages to new audiences.
From FIJA: On the Grand Jury
Mp3: Life’s Start
Rebekah Maxwell of Life Right Now Radio joins us on how to “live out our pro-life.” We talk about her show, and some of the programs she’s come across in her broadcasts. We, at the least, should be informed about of these programs and their possibilities. You might find a way of helping out you didn’t know about.
Rebekah’s Show -> Life Right Now
(Derek’s Notes coming soon)
mp3: Protect Your Assets (to save, click, then right-click “save-as”)
I interview Larry Laborde of the Silver Trading company on the use of safes. Then some insight into unique storage places. Where should I store my gold and silver, and by extension, cash? This is to complement recent episodes on precious metals, cash, and banking.
Larry Laborde A guide to buying a safe
GoldSilver.com How to Hide Your Gold and Silver
MP3: click on link, then right-click “save as” Activism Pointers
Paul Tuschy, also known as Liberty Long Beard, joins the program to discuss our experiences in grassroots activism. A good discussion for beginners or those who wish to carry out some of the projects on this site. Great for any new volunteer.
mp3: The Robin Hood Group and Parking Meters (right-click to save)
I speak to one of the members of Robin Hood and the Merry Men out of Keene, NH. The Merry Men traverse the streets looking for expired parking meters and like good samaritans, fill the meter before the enforcer issues a citation. This has led to a sharp reduction in parking fines and saves you money!
optional literature file: The Robin Hood Group of Keene. sample literature