Today we will remember the Waco tragedy. I’ll get into how the events of Waco and other key milestones in the 1990’s shaped the society that we live in today.
Tonight we will get into the latest raid on America. I will compare it to others in the past, delve into the onlooker mentality of most Americans, and how to break the spell of complacency.
David Hardy joins us today to discuss the events that occurred in the 51 day siege at Waco, his book, and more.
David is an attorney, longtime historian, author, and student of the Second and Fourteenth Amendments, and the Deed Scott case.
Mr. Hardy has 10 years’ governmental service, Interior Department, Washington D.C.; 33 years in private practice. Experience range from Endangered Species and Administrative Procedure Acts to a death penalty reversal in the Arizona Supreme Court.
David has authored 26 law review articles, two cited by the U.S. Supreme Court, and one by eleven U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, and another by Larry Tribe’s American Constitutional Law. Author of five books, one a NY Times best-seller.
In this edition we welcome Cody Snodgres into the Anomic Age. Among other things, Cody will discuss the Clintons, Gulf War Syndrome, and his refusal to accept a contract to blow up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Cody was recruited as an “independent contractor with the CIA due to SAT test scores (top 1% in U.S. in physics) at East Tennessee State University (ETSU). After that, he went on to Stephen F. Austin State University (SFASU) for their Master’s degree program in physics. He worked for Chevron/Amoco oil companies as a civilian front, while operating as part of CIA black ops. His life got turned upside down in October of 1994, when he was offered the black ops job to blow up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and turned it down.