The Angel Clark Show with Matt Bergman founder of Punk Rock Libertarians and more -Episode -417– 3/26/13

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Matt Bergman founded Punk Rock Libertarians

Matt Bergman founded Punk Rock Libertarians in 2010. He formerly played guitar and sang in the Baltimore punk band “TENWATCH” and currently plays guitar and sings in “post freedom”.

Punk Rock Libertarians

https://www.facebook.com/punkrocklibertarians?fref=ts

http://www.punkrocklibertarians.com/

http://www.youtube.com/user/PunkRockLibertarian

specialty food store

Just browsing? New store policy says that’ll be $5, please A store in Australia has had it with shoppers who browse, but don’t buy. Managers have imposed a “just looking” fee of $5 per shopper who tries to leave the store without buying anything.

A gun shop in Tucson, Ariz., has canceled an effort by retired astronaut Mark Kelly, an outspoken gun-control advocate, to buy a semiautomatic rifle as a way of demonstrating how easy it is to buy powerful weapons.

Kelly, the husband of former Rep. Gabby Giffords, who was one of the targets of a mass shooting near Tucson on Jan. 8, 2011, had sought to purchase the Sig Sauer M400, a type of AR-15 assault weapon, to demonstrate how easy or hard it would be to buy such a rifle. Kelly and his wife have become active figures in current gun-control efforts after the shooting that left Giffords recovering from head wounds. Six people were killed and 13 injured in the attack by Jared Loughner, who is serving life in prison without parole.

JUSTICE ALITO Gay Marriage

JUSTICE ALITO: Gay Marriage Is ‘Newer Than Cell Phones Or The Internet’ Justice Samuel Alito urged caution during oral arguments on California’s Proposition 8 Tuesday against a sweeping decision on gay marriage, saying that it is a concept that is “newer than cell phones or the Internet.”

“Traditional marriage has been around for thousands of years. Same-sex marriage is very new,” Alito told Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, according to court transcripts.

Medieval

A same-sex marriage between the two men Pedro Díaz and Muño Vandilaz in the Galician municipality of Rairiz de Veiga in Spain occurred on 16 April 1061. They were married by a priest at a small chapel. The historic documents about the church wedding were found at Monastery of San Salvador de Celanova.

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