To all the folks bashing Kokesh, okay I get it... kind of. The guy may have made some odd choices of the past couple years, but you can't deny that he speaks with sincerity. In all the interviews I've seen of him regarding the march, he speaks intelligently and to the point, if anything leaving the hosts with something to think about.
I guess my question to you would be if not now, then when? When will enough be enough? As a veteran myself, I can sympathize with the need to demonstrate instead of just talking about it constantly. I'm sick of seeing people I knew in the service being hauled off on the daily over thought crimes. It's garbage. And the longer we allow this continue, the tougher it's going to be to rise up against it.
Adam obviously put alot of thought into this, and has made a point of it being non-violent. Sure you can argue that some provocateur may use it as an opportunity to start trouble, but that fear shouldn't stop people from taking a stand. I don't think he's disinfo. I think he's fed up, and quite understandably so.
Ecclesiastes 1:9 What has been will be again,
what has been done will be done again;
there is nothing new under the sun.