Monday, October 31, 2011

My Speech at Libertopia

Monday, October 24, 2011

Back From Libertopia

Had a great time at Libertopia! A lot of great speakers like Butler Shaffer, Stefan Molyneux, Marc Stevens, Richard Boddie, Bill Buppert, Peter Bos, David Friedman, Anthony Gregory, Jim Peron, Sharon Presley, Sheldon Richman, and Larken Rose. I was also a speaker at the event.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Ron Paul proposes $1T in specific budget cuts

It seems most Americans agree federal spending is out of control and needs to be cut.  However, actually having the courage to identify specific and massive cuts is where all politicians become cowards; at least until now.  I am glad to see Ron Paul has the courage to identify exactly where he would cut federal spending.  No doubt many people will be upset about having their favorite federal program cut, but too bad.  We are at risk of losing the American way of life forever.  

Ron Paul is the only candidate, with the possible exception of Gary Johnson, who actually would improve the problems that are absolutely set to destroy our country.  However, I don’t put much confidence in the ability of the typical American voter to actually do the right thing.  Indeed, they got us into these problems in the first place by electing morons.  Most Americans will be more impressed by a slick suit or an energetic, promise laden speech given by some well polished politician than dry, boring, solutions to our problems.  

As Ronald Reagan once said, “Government is not the solution to our problems, government IS the problem.”  He was right.  A simpler and more direct way to express the problem is as my good friend Ernest Hancock says, “Freedom Good! Government bad, bad, bad, bad, bad!”    

Marc J. Victor   


Monday, October 10, 2011

Camp 420 Medical Marijuana Event

Arizona Canna Kush Girl Contest and Medical Marijuana Expo

Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 5:00 PM - Sunday, October 9, 2011 at 2:00 AM (MT) Tempe, AZ.

The Law Office of Marc J. Victor (Attorney For Freedom) was at the Camp 420 Medical Marijuana Event in Tempe on Saturday.  


Friday, October 7, 2011

Occupy Wallstreet?

This story is one more example of why our country is in such a mess.  Capitalism is not the problem.  Government interference in the free market is the problem.  The free market is one of the main reasons our country achieved any level of economic greatness.  Capitalism and free enterprise are indispensable components to a free society.  Indeed, the freedom to trade in an unregulated market is a major reason standards of living rise among humans.  Certainly fraud and theft, which are not free transactions at all, have no place in a capitalist society and should be punished when properly proven.  

However, simply protesting against “Wall Street” or capitalism generally reveals a poor understanding of the very concepts which advance humanity and raise standards of living for humans.  To be sure, take a look at countries where markets have been strictly controlled by governments and witness substandard living standards.  Instead of promoting more government interference in markets, Americans should be vigorously clamoring for the government to get out of the way and allow the free market to regulate the flow of goods and services for a change.  Other than a selected few government ordained elite, we would all be better off. 

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Rainbows Festival

The Law Office of Marc J. Victor was at the Rainbows Festival in Phoenix 


The Rainbows Festival & Street Fair

The annual Rainbows Festival & Street Fair is a celebration of the diversity of the LGBT community. The event is located in historic Heritage Square Park in downtown Phoenix. Each year, the Rainbows Festival draws a crowd in excess of 25,000 gay and lesbians, family members and friends. This is one of the largest LGBT events in the state of Arizona.

The first ever Rainbows Festival was held in downtown Phoenix in 2002.

Date & Time
The event has expanded to a full weekend of fun and entertainment. It is both Saturday & Sunday – October 1st & 2nd, 2011.
On both days, the annual Rainbows Festival will open at 10 am and close at 6 pm.

Heritage Square Park is located in downtown Phoenix at 7th Street & Monroe, adjacent to the Phoenix convention Center and the Science Museum.

Parking & Transportation
The Rainbows Festival & Street Fair is located next to Chase Field, US Airways Arena and Arizona Center. There are parking structures next to Heritage Square Park for over 20,000 cars. For additional public transportation, check

There are several light rail stations located adjacent to the event, just get off at the Chase Field exit, and walk to the Rainbows Festival.


The annual Rainbows Festival is a free admission event — there is no charge to attend this fun weekend of fun, frolic and food. The event is open to the general public.