Fergus Cullen, like all power-seekers, is feeling very threatened by the Free State Project participants who are winning election as republicans in New Hampshire. In his guest editorial for the Union Leader, Cullen whines about the freedom lovers taking power away from people like him and gives several tips on how to detect who the liberty-loving candidates are in their local elections: (more…)
This week’s AKPF #1 installment focuses on recent events across the globe, as linguistics professor Noam Chomsky narrates an analysis of what has driven the tragic massacres in Gaza. Illustrated with footage from the area and beyond, this special edition ranks among the most informative and insightful episodes.
Recorded on July 30th, LGBT advocate and all around legend Andre Rosa comes on to share insights on what life is like being a southern California transplant here in the Free State.
In New Hampshire, one need not look far to find imperial politicians going about their campaigning in the streets. This does not make it any easier to attain straight answers from the candidates, as we see presented in this week’s episode in varying degrees. Jeanne Shaheen, Scott Brown, and Jim Rubens, all candidates for federal senate committee face the hot lens of another episode of AKPF #1.
0:00 – Cheshire TV opening warning disclaimer
0:10 – Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire promotional video segment
1:40 – Behind the scenes with Strong
3:27 – Scott Brown consumes local fare of Lindy’s Diner
7:59 – Obamacoin for donation to the anti-Obama campaign
9:05 – Jim Rubens asked question11:59 – Vermin Supreme’s strong plan
12:05 – Scott Olsen discusses OPD re-hiring murderous police who shot him in the head and threw a grenade at first responders surrounding his limp body
15:02 – Arrested on Election Eve
17:02 – DMV allows recording as a matter of policy, but nobody knows
22:31 – More from Slavoj Zizek on ideology and atheism
28:50 – Cheshire TV end warning disclaimer
Today’s controversial Cheshire TV weekly installment features a variety of diverse perspectives in media dating from as recently as two days ago to as far back as four years ago. Budgetary hearings come full circle as performance artists dominate in the state house, baked drivers take to the obstacle course, the world’s history is relayed with eggs, and anti-chalk hooliganism takes hold in Keene.
00:00 – Warning disclaimer to Cheshire TV audience
00:10 – I’ve Seen the Future monologue
03:41 – History of the World as told by Eggs
11:13 – Corporate News presents stoned drivers taking to the roads, safely
16:27 – The anti-chalk apocalypse, war on smiley faces genocide (de agua)
22:44 – The Law’s Coming, hell’s coming performance art
26:12 – Derrick J files some motions at the court
28:50 – End disclaimer segment
Yesterday was a historic day for alternative currencies in Keene, New Hampshire, as the Aqua Keene Parking Force division of the Democratic People’s Republic of Keene police accepted — with no questions asked — the unique and impressive Obamacoin. Obamacoins were introduced to the world several years ago through fabulous infomercial campaigns which ran on both late night and daytime television. Viewers of Cheshire television may be familiar with the elaborate art film inspired by and crafted with actual Obamacoin testimonials, RENDER UNTO OBAMACOIN.
The currency consists of varying forms of artwork imitating coin design orbiting around the profile image of Barack Obama, applied to real-life united states government federal reserve coins, often quarters, nickels, dimes, half dollars, and dollar tokens. In some cases, the raised profile of the political figure emblazoned beneath the Obama sticker is vaguely visible through the creative addition. In yesterdays test payment of Obamacoin to cover the cost of a $5 parking ticket issued by the AKPF, only a brief admiration and inspection of the new currency was given before a receipt was promptly being printed up and the citation’s debt eliminated. With the coins’ potential as collectors items to bring the value to the moon, who knows at what price the city of Keene was able to auction the individual coins for? Not only is the introduction of Obamacoin into the local economy an encouraging development, but it is also a promising sign of a willingness to adapt on the part of city officials that they retain a great deal of openness to unexplored concepts such as alternative currency. Given the booms and busts of other monetary alternatives, the individual is at a loss to predict what possible exchange rates Obamacoin will establish itself at as businesses begin accepting and trading with this new system.