Diligently trying to provide a Libertarian stance from a young millennial's point of view. Dakota is the Boss Hog's partner in crime. Dakota skipped college and joined the construction industry after high school, where he later studied electrical theory at Ivy Tech. Moving out of construction, he now works to help maintain the electrical grid. Dakota is the Libertarian Party of Henry County's Chairman. Dakota's eagerness to learn new things makes him a good right-hand man and makes for great show notes.
Dakota is married to Audrey Jo Davis, and has two dog's, a German Shepherd named Daisy and an Australian Shepherd named Hank; who is the brother to Jeremiah's Aussie named Garth.
Episode | October 11th, 2018 | 1 hr 31 mins
Episode 81 of Boss Hog of Liberty is now available!
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis continue the fan favorite candidate series with Jeannine Lee Lake, candidate for Congress. Tonight’s episode is sponsored by Big Bounce of New Castle. In the co-host seat is New Castle City Councilman, Aaron Dicken.
We learn about Jeannine’s interest in politics, the chance meeting with David Letterman and how it helped power her to a win in a crowded primary. This race has been marked by a lack of public appearances and debates by the GOP nominee, Greg Pence, seeking to fill the seat once held by his brother, Vice President Mike Pence.
Topics include transparency, energy, education, civil liberties, civil rights, agriculture, tariffs, and much more!
Note – all candidates on the ballot were invited to join the program, Tom Ferkinhoff will be joining us next week. Greg Pence has declined our invitation, but if their campaign changes their mind, our door is always open.
Episode | October 4th, 2018 | 1 hr 11 mins
Episode 80 of Boss Hog of Liberty is now available!
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis host the kick off episode of the fan favorite candidate series. Tonight’s episode is sponsored by Wieland’s flowers, Henry Counties favorite florist!
We are joined by candidates from the 3rd Henry County Council district, Dakota Clark and Jesse Riddle.
Topics include transparency in county government, the future of the jail, parks, and the future of our county budget. We even went the extra step and asked the candidates to identify something that they liked about those in their race, and those already serving. Are you satisfied with their answers?
Note – all candidates on the ballot were invited to join the program, Peg Stefandel declined the invitation, and referred voters back to her appearance on episode 55.
Episode | October 2nd, 2018 | 35 mins 20 secs
Jeremiah and Dakota took the podcast on the road and did an episode live on location. The crew was invited to join the Henry County Saddle Club at their fall Membership meeting. After the meeting, the guys did interviews with multiple members of the HCSC. Learning the history of the club and why it means so much to so many people. Enjoy!
Episode | September 26th, 2018 | 1 hr 24 mins
Episode 79 of Boss Hog of Liberty is now available!
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis are re-joined by Sara Morrell in the co-host chair. Somehow this became teacher night on BHOL. As retired teachers Nan Polk and Cathy Hamilton have joined us, along with Sara’s retirement from teaching. Each of them have continued their service to the community through a number of roles!
Nan Polk is leading the newly re-started Henry County League of Women Voters organization. They have been behind a voter registration drive, candidate forums, and advocacy for voting district sensibility.
Cathy Hamilton works with the Hope Initiative, and is working as the fundraising campaign chair for the new Expo Center inside of Memorial Park. We talk about the future of the park, the prospects for the new facility, different programming that will be available, including Purdue Extension, and the recently announced Henry County Community Foundation.
Donations to the Henry County Expo Center are fully tax deductible as a 501c3 group, and the first $10,000 each individual donates will be matched 100% by the Community Foundation.
Checks may be sent to:
PO Box 137
New Castle, IN 47362
Finally, Dakota and Jeremiah detail the upcoming candidate series between now and Election Day. Get ready for PLENTY of local coverage on Boss Hog of Liberty!
Episode | September 20th, 2018 | 1 hr 41 mins
Episode 78 of Boss Hog of Liberty is now available!
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis are joined by co-host Chase Peyton this week. Our featured guest is Donya Lester, recently retired from the Purdue College of Agriculture as the Director of Public Engagement and the Executive Director of Purdue University College of Agriculture's Alumni Association.
Donya explains how Purdue University fits in as a land grand university, and the way that integrates into our daily lives, with regard to research and getting that research into our local communities. Absolutely fascinating conversation, ranging from food security, crop research, opioid addiction and much more.
Additionally, we explore the new sidewalks in southern New Castle, are they a giant waste, or a great thing? We talk about a potential new movie theatre in our community. Finally we learn about Chase’s trip to Chicago and if he followed Jeremiah & Dakota’s advice.
Episode | September 13th, 2018 | 1 hr 32 mins
Episode 77 features We Are Libertarian's own Dear Leader, Chris Spangle. Chris runs and founded the WAL network that syndicates Boss Hog of Liberty. He stopped by to record the first episode in the brand new studio, made possible by our Patreon donors.
Chris and Dakota talk about the reason Hooters restraunt is not performing well with Millennials. Is it really because men our age dont like women the same as generations before us? Or are Millennial men more respectful of women because of the #MeToo era we live in? Dakota thinks that the buffalo shrimp is lacking. What do you think?
Jeremiah and Chris talk about the rise of podcasts and Chris's new show, The Chris Spangle Show. CSS is a daily, center of the spectum news show. This week, Chris may have accidentally been involved in a North Korean Propaganda photo shoot. The story is hilarious, listen as Chris recounts his moment of horror in Indianapolis.
Finally, we are joined by Chase Peyton and Kade Koger. Chase had the most offensive shirt printed that he could think of. If he thought our "baby boomer" fans disliked him before, just wait until you see this.
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Episode | September 6th, 2018 | 1 hr 14 mins
Episode 76 of Boss Hog of Liberty is now available!
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis host the final (we think) episode of BHOL from the Davis home studio. To help close it out, Chase Peyton and Audrey Jo Davis sit in studio.
Darrin Jacobs comes by to educate us on what a county planning commission actually does, and their role in creating ordinances. Darrin also serves as the President of the Spiceland town council. Dakota and Darrin nerd out over electric delivery methods.
Darrin shows off this green thumb and brought in some home grown ghost peppers. Against all medical advice, everyone in the studio ate a pepper…We will warn you…It is great video, but some less than ideal podcast audio. Make sure you watch the Facebook or YouTube video for the full experience.
Finally, the guys try to get through a conversation about the US Senate race…And then Jeremiah got the sad idea to eat another pepper. That pretty much ended things. This one is memorable.
Episode | August 30th, 2018 | 1 hr 26 mins
Episode 75 was full of laughs brought on by guest Chris Bowers. Chris is the former owner of Morty's Comedy Joint and motivational speaker/comedian. Dakota and Chris talked about the hard work that comedians have to do to become successful in their fields, after Dakota saw the incredible amount of work Dan Cummins puts into his shows.
Jeremiah and Chris talk about the current climate on college campuses. and whether or not the environment there is increasingly hostile towards comedians. Chris makes the distinction that Andy Gross is in fact a magician and not a comedian.
Jordan Bruno is back from living life in his Chevy Astro. The guys called him crazy when he told them his plan in episode 15. Were they right? Or was living life on the road better than it's cracked up to be?
Episode | August 20th, 2018 | 1 hr 38 mins
Episode 74 saw the return of Boss Hog of Liberty fan's favorite guest, Economics professor, Steve Horwitz. Steve stopped by to talk to the guys about the current political climate on college campuses. Starting first the decision to remove John "Papa John" Schnatter's name from his building and professorship. Steve and Jeremiah talked about the use of language in today's world, and the reasoning behind Ball State University's decision.
Purdue Freshman, Mason Rottinghaus called in to tell the guys about his experience in the auditorium during Andy Gross's performance. The crew delves into the specifics of the "outrage" by Purdue students and asks whether or not this is a case of 21st century manufactured outrage. Chase Peyton asks Mason about his first impressions on campus, and Steve gives his insight as a professor.
Finally, they discuss the supposed morality of shopping local vs. purchasing from a big box store. Steve does what he does best and breaks down the logistics of the scenario. Completely dismantling all of the "pro-local" arguments. What do you think, should we be more supportive of local businesses? Steve's writings for FEE on the topic can be found at https://fee.org/articles/economic-localism-is-no-better-than-economic-nationalism/
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Episode | August 16th, 2018 | 1 hr 36 mins
Episode 73 of Boss Hog of Liberty is now available!
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis host the legendary tax cutter from Brownsburg India, Rob Kendall. Rob is a We Are Libertarians network alumni, Host of the Rob Kendall Show at 93 WIBC, and producer for the Chicks on the Right’s midday show during the week. Our 3rd chair co-host is the American Hero, Chris Guffey.
We talk local government, Rob’s exclusive interview with President Donald Trump. We learn how you go from volunteer at a radio station to working at the talk radio standard in the Midwest.
Roncalli high school alumni, and Espresso podcast host, Joey Mulinaro called in and we discussed the controversy surrounding a school employee being suspended for being in a same sex marriage. A wildly complicated story, with as many layers as an onion. Should private schools be able to have moral clauses? If there are public dollars going to private schools, should there be strings attached? What happens when someone weaponizes a marriage license?
Episode | August 9th, 2018 | 1 hr 29 mins
This episode of Boss Hog of Liberty featured special guest Jon Kindred. Jon is a Realtor with F.C. Tucker, and has witnessed the growth of the market first-hand. jon sat down and explained the in's and outs of the business, as well as some trade secrets. The guys were ready to learn and asked Jon a series of questions, all of which came with a good answer.
Kade Koger and Dakota Davis talked about the effect of home prices on local economies and how business like L&K Farms use the numbers to help caculate costs. Kade broke the news that the are now selling their world famous blueberry doughnuts once again. Jeremiah spent some time campaigning this week and is ready for your vote in the fall.
Such a great episode with lots of incredibly valuable information!
Episode | August 2nd, 2018 | 1 hr 38 mins
In this episode of Boss Hog of Liberty, Dakota and Jeremiah are joined by Craig Armstrong of Armstrong Farms, and Mark Wenning. Both are farmers in Henry County, Indiana and have a lot of information to share about the current issues facing the people that feed our nation. We talk about the history both have had in the farming industy and the future that they see coming. Craig shared some interesting facts about all of the products that soybeans are a part of.
Dakota delves deep into the history of tariffs and their role/previous roles in the United States economy. There is a lot of information to be learned and history helps to develop a more well rounded view for 21st century politics. Craig and Mark answer questions about what they believe the effects these tarrifs will have on their family farms.
Lastly, the crew discusses how farmers can diversify their operations in uncertain times like these. Options are out there, but they are not without controversy. Craig has been outspoken in his support of Industrial Wind Turbines and answers why he believes they will be good for America and Henry County.
Episode | July 26th, 2018 | 1 hr 39 mins
This week on the show, the crew is joined by Lee Marcum. The owner of the nations greatest doughnut chain, Jack's Donuts. Jack's has been a staple in the the New Castle community for decades, but under Lee's leadership has been shaking up the doughnut game accross the state and accross the country. Lee explains what it takes to build up a business like he has and discusses the future of Jack's
The guys also spent some time talking about the shell building in Henry County, Indiana. There are 25 shell buildings accross the state of Indiana and thousands more accross the country. Dakota talked to Corey Murphy from the Henry County Economic Development Corporation about the uses of the Shell Building and the specifics behind its purpose.
Finally, they talked a little bit about the impact that social media has had on the world of politics. digging into the use of Twitter and Facebook by elected officials and candidates seeking office. The four discuss the benefits that have come along with it's rise, and the apparent downfalls as well.
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Episode | July 18th, 2018 | 1 hr 40 mins
Episode 70 saw the return of Boss Hog of Liberty's own 1970's expert. Mark Brim joined the crew in the studio for a surprise visit and Jeremiah's honeymoon return. Kade Koger is this week's third co-host.
At the start of the show, the guys talk about Mark's background and make him take a quiz to figure out if he is a hipster, like he's been accused of. They discuss Mark's video career, and the projects that he has had a part in. This episode features the first session of Kade's Korner! Get expert farming advice and learn to be a pro!
Finally, they discuss/debate what decade is/was the best to live in. a deep analysis of all things 70's, 80's, 90's, and 00's. Dakota thinks that the current time is the best. Mark says it was the 70's. What do you think?
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Episode | July 13th, 2018 | 1 hr 35 mins
Episode 68 saw the return of all 5 co-hosts. The guys reminisce about the weekend activities which included Jeremiah's wedding and a trip to New Castle Motor Sports. We also learned that Kade Koger loves to break out his dance moves.
Dakota and Jeremiah took a trip to the Joint meeting concerning the Henry County jail and discovered that we are not unique in our current corrections situation. The duo gives a synopsis of what was said at the meeting, and their own personal opinions of what can be done to get us out of this mess. We talked about Attorney General Curtis Hill, and Dakota questions how any sane person can believe that he is innocent with the information that we know. Towards the end of the show, the guys talked about the Brussels NATO Summit and wether or not Trump was right to call out our allies during the meeting.
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Episode | July 5th, 2018 | 1 hr 33 mins
In the episode leading up to Jeremiah's wedding, the listeners finally get to meet the legendary cousins; Donnie Morrell and "Cousin Rick." The topics were the Krupp Cannon dedication that happened at Henry County's Memorial Park and other 4th of July holiday celebrations, Donnie's background and the interesting array of careers that he has had in public service. Plus, what story is Donnie hiding?
On the national side, the guys cover the Libertarian National Convention, and why the elections for national leadership turned out (pretty close to) how they hoped. They also talked about Ron Paul's controversial tweet made in the last week, and Walmart's poor taste in marketing.
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