Motorhome Diaries

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The Motorhome Diaries are the story of three friends, Adam Mueller, Jason Talley and Pete Eyre, who set off in search of freedom in America in their 30-foot 2000 Four Winds Hurricane dubbed the M.A.R.V. (Mobile Authority Response Vehicle). Driving from the urban jungles to picturesque small towns and everywhere in-between, they connected with those who reject government violence in favor of a voluntary society. Through the stories of the individuals (including Ron Paul) they interview they explore the historic shift in power from individuals to the government and the growing movement of those who are fighting back to reclaim their liberties. In Jones County, Mississippi, they were pulled over and arrested by local police for possessing an unopened beer and carrying a disassembled firearm across state lines. In response to the conduct by the police, the three filed litigation and got the charges dropped.

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