Schaeffer Cox is a political prisoner, held in an illegal US prison called a CMU in Indiana. In 2011, he was convicted and sent to one of the world’s most inhumane prisons. Although one of the main charges was dropped in August of 2017, he still remains in prison. My guest Jordan Page, a singer-songwriter and musician, co-wrote “The Persecution of Schaeffer Cox” to bring awareness to this injustice and raise funds for his defense. Jordan shares the song with us at the end of our discussion.
Jordan began writing politically bent music during the Bush administration at the end of 2008. His early music is critical of US foreign policy, advocating for peace and non-intervention. A strong supporter of civil liberties, his music has been embraced by libertarians. He has performed at events in support of Ron Paul’s 2008 and 2012 presidential runs.
About the Guests:
Jordan Page is a national recording and touring artist known for writing songs in support of freedom, peace, and limited government. His music is a mixture of rock and folk with powerful spiritual and political poetry that has captivated audiences all over the world.
As an activist, Page has championed many freedom causes ranging from anti-war initiatives to gun rights to medical cannabis freedom to Bitcoin, and he is known as a leading voice of liberty in America.
Jordan first arrived on the national scene through the Ron Paul movement and shared the stage with Congressman Ron Paul dozens of times as his opener during the presidential campaigns in '08 and '12. He has headlined at hundreds of large events in support of peace and individual liberty since then.
His new song "The Persecution of Schaeffer Cox" is an iconic anthem calling the public to witness the abuses of power by agencies that weaponized the American justice system against an innocent man.
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