Wednesday was eventful! Morning: working on the The Carla Gericke Show (catch the latest episode HERE). Early afternoon, walked our future property at Bardo with Emily Smith (you don’t realize how deep in the forest you are till you see how small we are in the pics).
Early evening listening to heroic investigative reporter and now Regime-persecuted James O’Keefe speak at Dartmouth. I was ready for a Free Speech rumble, but everyone was awfully polite. Thanks for all you do, James!
James and I have met over the years, we even had drinks once at The Copper Door back in 2013 or 2014 when I was still drinking. We caught up for a quick “hello” in South Dakota at Freedom Fest too. Yesterday, I had him sign a copy of Muckracker and gave him a copy of my book, The Ecstatic Pessimist with a Free State of NH passport strategically placed to open to my essay about Orwell that I delivered at the launch of Ben Swann’s Truth in Media in 2013.
At last night’s event, James o’Keefe’s talk was mainly a take-down of the “journalism” presented by Kyle Mullins, former editor-in-chief of The Dartmouth. You can watch James respond to a question about Anonymous and conflict of interests in the media HERE.
Here is the piece done by The Dartmouth after the event.
Lastly, we’d planned a late dinner at an old stomping ground Korean restaurant only to discover they now only do take-out… Guess who ate squid in a parking lot last night?