The show is one year old! Celebrate with me! I give some tips on how to really decriminalize drugs, read Jody Underwood’s recent LTE in support of good ideas, discuss Democrat Jane Cornell’s voting record, and more. Tune in!
According to my Memories, one year ago today I started The Carla Gericke Show!
The what, you say? Exactly! PLEASE become a follower on Odysee, where I’d like to make my home-base, but only if y’all help… surely I can get more than 98 followers?
In the past 12 months, on top of the weekly show, Manch Talk, that I do with Tammy, I have published 36 episodes of TCGS (I’m counting tomorrow’s). That seems like… more than I expected and maybe less than I should have?
Idk, I genuinely struggle with the conceit, in the literal sense of the word, of doing something like this. I was taught to be seen and not heard and that pursuing attention was vain. This is the inner battle I have to overcome every time I put myself on camera. Some weeks, I win… apparently about 70% of the time!
In addition, producing a show in a home studio is a lot of technical crap for someone who has no interest in such things. I am very grateful to Louis Calitz for editing help, and Masha for cutting clips.
Not all the episodes are scratch, meaning some are “cheats”– interviews with other thought leaders and podcasters, but I feel pretty good about sticking-to-it-ish.
I still haven’t implemented many of my ideas, mostly because they’re a jumble in my notebooks, but instead of chastising myself, I just started a section in Workflowy, which I have been meaning to do for months anyway. So: identified a problem and came up with a solution, WTG!
Weirdly, my most popular episode on YT was this one, where I speculate about whether Bob Saget was murdered:
A SPECIAL THANK YOU to all my loyal friends and followers! If you have feedback, let me know in the comments below–things you might want to see… maybe more pop culture reviews about books and shows? Jokes? More guests? More me with different formats on different days? Holler at me.
This week, I cover a new Suffolk University and Boston Globe poll that included a question about the Free State Project. SPOILER!: About half the respondents have never heard of the FSP, so this supports my theory that the haters are simply boosting us. Thank you!
I also read a few Letters to the Editor from the Union Leader in support of Free Staters, and conclude with a recent review of my book, THE ECSTATIC PESSIMIST: Stories of Hope (Mostly).
Find poll HERE.
Fascinating. I firmly believe the Left (+whomever has enough clout to get the NYT, Globe & New Yorker etc involved) is trying to demonize us while simply helping more people learn about the blossoming liberty movement in NH… 😀 #libertarianhomeland https://t.co/scDVXFVms4— Carla Gericke, Live Free And Thrive! (@CarlaGericke) September 29, 2022
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1. The best way to keep up with me is on my profile, so FOLLOW: https://www.facebook.com/carla.gericke
2. I deliver some snark on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarlaGericke
3. I post memes and photos of mushrooms and my hubs of 27 years on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/carlagericke/
You can learn more about me and the dozen+ years of liberty activism I have done in the Free State of NH:
I worked with Steve Jobs! https://www.carlagericke.com/about/
I was wrongfully arrested. And then I won! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carla_Gericke
I have 25+ years experience as an author, activist, and attorney! https://www.linkedin.com/in/carla-gericke-11a12563/
I have a YT channel called Carla Gericke TV, where I do my cooking show called #Freedomnomnom (check out that hashtag for delicious #keto and #paleo noms!) and do a couple of weekly NH-base cable access TV shows: Manch Talk and The Carla Gericke Show.
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Censorproof Odysee where I’d LOVE to build out my audience:
This week, I do a deep dive on the censorship of the “Hunter Biden laptop story,” and discuss whether free speech is worth preserving. I also contend that Democrat’s take on our Constitutional rights is… insane, and I think I prove it! Let me know in the comments, and buy my friend, Lou Perez’s book, That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore, right now!
In this episode, we talk about my House of Representatives race in Ward 11, and “It’s the economy, stupid!”
EMT, author, and activist Alu Axelman is a rising star in the liberty community. Today, I get to hear his “Coming to New Hampshire” story, and he walks us through his growing body of books covering various liberty topics from due process to independence.