“Declare Your Independence”
Host Ernest Hancock strives to create an understanding of the philosophy of liberty. His nationally syndicated radio show “Declare Your Independence” works closely with the Libertarian-leaning web site FreedomsPhoenix.com to ‘Uncover the Secrets and Expose the Lies’ so that we can flourish in a very exciting future. "Declare Your Independence" airs weeknights from 10 pm until 1 am. The program is a replay of the original afternoon air time on Libertarian Radio Network (LRN.FM).
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Join Michael W. Dean and a rotating cast of interesting insomniac co-hosts aka the “Freedom Feens“ as they feed the hamster in your brain! The nationally syndicated show show replays on weekday overnights from 2 am until 4 am. The live broadcast originates earlier on Libertarian Radio Network (LRN.FM).
Dean is an author and a filmmaker who never sits on his laurels, and he’s constantly touching the world in special places. He has toured America and Europe lecturing at youth centers, colleges, and museums, and was a speaker at the Podcast and New Media Expo. Dean does a weekly podcast radio show called Freedom Feens. Michael sleeps in late, stays up late, and works at home as a writer and filmmaker. He lives in Casper, Wyoming with his lovely, nifty wife Debra Jean Dean and their three cats, Charlie Squitten Jr, Peanut McFluffernutter, and Fuzzbucket McFluffernutter.
Dean says he absolutely loves communicating out to the world, but says, “A good day is one where my phone doesn’t ring.” Michael recently finished his third film, “Guns and Weed: the Road to Freedom” and he co-authored (with Alan Lastufka) a book for Bill O’Reilly called YouTube: An Insider’s Guide to Climbing the Charts. Dean also contributed to O’Reilly’s Digital Video Hacks book, edited O’Reilly’s DV Filmmaking: From Start to Finish by Ian Aronson, and wrote MAKE a Mailbox Movie in MAKE Volume 3. He is the author of the books $30 Film School, $30 Music School, $30 Writing School, Starving in the Company of Beautiful Women, The Simple Pleasures of a Complex Girl, and DIY NOW! Digital Audio. He directed the films D.I.Y. Or Die: How To Survive as an Independent Artist and Hubert Selby Jr: It’ll Be Better Tomorrow. Michael played guitar in the band The Beef People. He sang and played bass in Baby Opaque and Bomb (Warner Brothers).