John Stark Notifications

PRODUCERS NOTE: Dave is HIGHLY distracted today. I get what he is saying, just understand that he is really distracted today... - Producer Henri Usually, Monday's are really easy for me. There's a bunch of stuff from the weekend and late Friday news dumps that it's really not even work to come up with a... Continue Reading →

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Going Rogue

Eleven times over the course of a couple of years, the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations calls conventions to consider ratification of the Constitution. And eleven times, the State refuses to agree to the Constitution and continue to operate under their state Charter/Constitution of 1633. this allows Rhode Island to continue to manipulate... Continue Reading →

The Rediscovered Country

In the midst of all the hullaballoo over Mueller, Easter Worshipper Bombings, Game of Thrones, Earth Day, politicians financial records, Justin Bieber, Student Debt plans, Rudy Guliani, one of the worst things you can imagine happened. Yes, somebody who almost 99% of Americans have no idea was; who died in 1986 after a career that... Continue Reading →

Censorship

WARNING: Adult Language Show - if you are offended by bad words, DO NOT listen to this episode of The Dave Bowman Show So... fair warning. There is a great deal of adult (read that as "sailor") language in this episode. I mean, it's not gratuitous or anything, it's just necessary to illustrate a point... Continue Reading →

Vie, Mort et Résurrection

The tragic fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris yesterday has caught the entire worlds attention. While I am not Roman Catholic or even Christian, I know what the building represents - nearly 800 years of human history. Years ago (1997) I was privileged to go to Westminster Abbey. To say that it was... Continue Reading →

Big Hat, No Cattle

Over the last seven years, I haven't had much to say about Julian Assange. There's a reason for that. Mainly because he was never what either side as portraying him. He is neither an evil genius supervillain enemy of the State nor is he a 1st Amendment Hero of the Free Press. Look, I get... Continue Reading →

Who Is In Charge Here?

Vice President Martin Van Buren believed the principle of non-interference by the government which he had shared with his President, Andrew Jackson. when he became Jackson's hand-picked successor as President in 1837, he made it VERY clear that he had no intention of of using his executive authority to put the government in places he... Continue Reading →

Timothy Bloodworth

As Virginia and New York debate and ratify, North Carolina's delegates gather in Hillsborough to decide the fate of the ratification in North Carolina. The Delegates were elected back in March at the direction of the State Legislature, and the Federalists are badly (2:1) outnumbered. They know that they will most likely lose. The Anti-Federalists... Continue Reading →

Was It Worth It?

Mark Zuckerberg has made it clear that he does not understand the 1st Amendment. Or what "political speech" actually is. Now, within the context of his creation, Facebook, he is free to promote or suppress speech as he sees fit. The problem is that he doesn't want to do it. I mean, he does want to... Continue Reading →

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