Learn about the efforts of Cop Block, Cop Watch, and Peaceful Streets in this 2 hour conversation. Filmed Wednesday afternoon in the media room at PorcFest X.
Learn about the efforts utilized by those active with Cop Block, Cop Watch, and Peaceful Streets, and join in an informal conversation to make more-likely a reality where the need for these projects is non-existent.
Pete Eyre went to school for law enforcement but ultimately concluded that he could have a bigger impact through the libery movement. He began as an intern at the Cato Institute, then as a Koch Fellow, and later as an employee at the Institute for Humane Studies and the then-principled Bureaucrash. After four years working in the libertarian think tank world in DC he hit the road with Motorhome Diaries and later Liberty On Tour. He’s now active with Free Keene and Cop Block. Cop Block is a decentralized project supported by a diverse group of individuals united by their shared goal of police accountability through audio and video recording and sharing.
Antonio Buehler is an advocate of liberty and channels most of his activism through the Peaceful Streets Project and Buehler Education. Antonio believes that the greatest threat to liberty to the average person is their local police force, and he believes that the greatest way to spread liberty will be through a new generation of homeschoolers. To combat the local police he launched the Peaceful Streets Project in 2012 with the goal of creating a cultural shift where individuals understand their rights and hold law enforcement officials accountable, and communities protect and serve each other. Last year the Peaceful Streets Project was named the Best Grassroots Movement in Central Texas and has since spread to nearly a dozen cities nationally. To spread liberty through education Antonio launched Buehler Education to promote alternative education and help families homeschool their children. Antonio focuses on learning styles to inform parents’ decisions on education and college admissions for those students who plan to go to college. Antonio was educated at the United States Military Academy at West Point, the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and will receive another degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2014.