Come be part of an open carry walk while we escort Adam Kokesh to his speaking engagement at The Freeman. We will meet at 5pm at The Dallas Marshalls Office and walk the short distance to The Freeman to hear Adam speak. Stick around for a private book reading and Q&A later that evening at another location at 10pm. Details to come… Start 5:00pm at 1600 Chestnut St. Dallas TX Walk to The Freeman armed with any long gun consisting of rifles or shotguns slung towards the back with barrels down. We will perform safety chamber checks as always. All pre 1899 black powder pistols are also encouraged.
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About Adam Kokesh: Leading libertarian intellectual and anti-war activist, Adam Kokesh, will be speaking at The Free Man Cajun Cafe this Tuesday night 6-7pm!
Adam is a former Congressional candidate, radio and TV personality, and mind behind RT’s ADAM vs THE MAN. This is a rare opportunity to meet Adam in person and hear the message of Liberty spoken with a passion rivaled only by Patrick Henry!
Adam will be hanging around after to talk and meet you all personally accompanied by The Free Loaders band lead by libertarian and former US Senate Candidate John Jay Myers.
Adam Kokesh @ The Free Man 6-7pm 2626 Commerce St Dallas, TX
ADAM VS THE MAN started as a radio show on KIVA, AM 1550 in Albuquerque after Adam Kokesh’s failed bid to represent New Mexico’s 3rd Congressional district. It ran 9-11pm five nights a week and was largely an intellectual dump for Adam’s long-winded ramblings about the more esoteric aspects of liberty like why traffic lights are the government holding you down, man.
But in order for that to work, Adam had to sell advertising. And Adam hates selling advertising, so he didn’t. But fortunately, right before that show was going to be cancelled anyway because the station owner didn’t think it fit into their notion of “more positive talk radio” (which translates to “non-confrontational”) Adam was contacted by RT America. (yeah, the Russians) It’s a good thing too, because ADAM VS THE MAN also did not fit into the station owner’s idea of “making money.”
So RT America picked up ADAM VS THE MAN as a TV show on national cable for 30 minutes, weeknights. While some were shocked that a state-funded media outlet would hire a libertarian, if you understand RT to be the Russian government poking the American government in the eye, it makes perfect sense and Adam was happy to be a part of that effort. Unfortunately, after four successful months in which the show quickly came to regularly outperform other similar shows on the network, they decided to part ways and Adam decided to strike out on his own.
And that’s what you see here. ADAM VS THE MAN – 3.0. It’s still about challenging authority, sticking it to the man, and giving the millennial generation a voice, just as it always has been. By challenging authority, host Adam Kokesh reveals the reality of government based not on protecting the freedoms of the people, but exploiting them to perpetuate its own power and serve its sponsors. But the show’s not just about politics: it’s about living like a free, dignified human being, living like government doesn’t exist, and loving it. Adam’s experience as a United States Marine, Republican Congressional candidate, and all-around badass activist, make him uniquely qualified to take down the man behind the curtain.
Who is “the man?” The man is anyone who thinks they can tell you how to live your life and impose their will on others by force of government. But maybe the man behind the curtain is the would-be man in all of us. Because really, the message of freedom that this show is based on, is about conquering that desire to rule over others and that willingness to accept rule by force. They are temptations all are subject to, but in order to establish true liberty for humanity, we must condemn all forms of freedom-violating initiation of force against others and embrace the love and respect for our shared humanity of which we are all capable.