Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
And -- two items from our freedom file controversial baseball legend Barry Bonds was convicted of obstructing justice.
With respect as he answers about steroid use given to a grand jury in 2003.
Monster because one of baseball's greats -- an all time record 762.
Home runs -- has alleged steroid use.
But what we know for sure is that if he used steroids.
It's none of the government's business.
He should never had to testify in front of a grand jury over what he may or may not have put into his own body.
That logic presumes that the government owns or controls your body which is false you loan and you control your own body.
bonds should have every legal right to but whatever he wanted to put into it.
Now of Major League Baseball has a problem with steroid use that's another story altogether.
But it's none of the government's business over the -- -- goes even further.
This case is a government smear campaign against Barry Bonds the rule of thumb -- perjury prosecutions is this you -- prosecute someone for perjury.
Unless the perjury itself has heard another person.
So of an innocent man goes to jail because someone else lies the -- -- should be prosecuted.
bonds' alleged deceitful testimony didn't hurt anyone and yet despite that rule of -- the government one after bonds anyway.
The government is constitutionally bound to treat people equally.
Yet most likely because of Barry Bonds high profile.
It prosecuted him for a crime with -- victims.
If only the government could spend more time protecting everybody's rights.
Instead of undermining the rights of people it doesn't like.
Montana democratic governor Brian Schweitzer has vetoed a repeal of his State's medical marijuana laws.
The original law was put into place by a voter referendum.
And governor Schweitzer did not want to -- -- the will of the Montana voters.
I commend the governor for standing up to lawmakers who thought they know better than what the voters do -- for standing up for medical marijuana.
Well I believe all marijuana should be legal in private.
What's baffling beyond belief is the amount of ardent opposition to medical marijuana use it -- a godsend.
For those suffering from horrible diseases like glaucoma.
And yet there -- self righteous ignorant control freaks and the government want to keep these people in perpetual pain.
With the debt ceiling now at fourteen point.
Filter by section