Zuri Davis joins the Muddied Waters of Freedom and talks about the Starbucks incident that took social media by storm, and the united colors of the Muddied Waters discusses race in America. Music by Ayla Brown: http://www.aylabrown.com/
Matt and Mo discuss the recent (and unconstitutional) attack by the US on Syria. Mark Zuckerberg appears before Congress, and Paul Ryan retiring. Music by Steve Wynn. Find it here: https://soundcloud.com/smurfonthetrack
Taylor joins the episode. Matt and Mo talk about their day with Rand Paul, the youTube shooter, Trump's recent decisions with troops on the border and increasing the trade war, and Jay-Z and his lack of privilege.
Matt gets very excited to talk about the new Bill and Ted movie coming out in the (hopefully) near future, before they discuss Trump's desire to pull out....of Syria, and Texas mother who was arrested for voting, and then touch on a litany of issues from gun control to non violent crimes. Closing Song - Pray for Me by Alden Rest Instagram.com/aldenrest
Matt and Mo discuss the shooting at the Parkland high school, the inability to act by the Broward County Sheriff's department, and the fallout of the incident. Then They talk about Trump and some of his mistakes over the last few days, and discuss individual Liberties vs Societal Liberties, which was spawned from a facebook debate.
Matt and Mo introduce their new correspondent, Mason Jefferson, and talk about Jeff Sessions, marijuana, Trump, taxes, foreign aid, spending in general, and what their last few months have been like. http://muddiedwatersoffreedom.com/the-horror-oregon-lets-people-pump-their-own-gas/
Nicholas Veser from LibertyLinkMedia.com joins Matt and Mo on the show where they talk about Salon.com saying Hillary deserves the nomination in 2020, the attack on the Egyptian Mosque, and Net Neutrality.
Caleb Franz joins Matt for an impromptu episode of The Muddied Waters of Freedom, where they talk about the FDA's recent comments on kratom, the recent ruling that medical marijuana card holders can't purchase guns, and then they talk about whatever comes up in conversation.
Matt and Mo welcome James Reilly on the show to talk about Walter Jones's bill to end the war in Yemen, as well as the JFK document "dump" and the different positions people take on the subject of his assassination.