Interview and Discussion with Former US Congressman James Traficant

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 Guest Former US Congressman {1985-2002} Traficant, host Robert Jetter, Jr. and panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Founder of Overpasses for America James Neighbors, & Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, with contributor Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Join our Round Table Discussion.

We welcome former US Congressman Traficant to discuss his Project Freedom USA http://www.projectfreedomusa.org/ - eliminating income and payroll taxes, his positions on Obamcare, foreign and trade policies and the FED. We will also discuss the Bilderberg Organization and current events.

Jim Traficant was a Centrist Democrat according to Gov.Track.gov https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members/james_traficant/400611, now an Independent. He was a Guest Speaker at Tea Party Protest '09. On abortion, Traficant voted with the National Right to Life Committee 95% of the time in the 105th Congress, and 100% in the 106th and 107th Congresses. After he voted for Republican Dennis Hastert for Speaker of the House in 2001, the Democrats stripped him of his seniority and refused to give him any committee assignments.While in Congress, Traficant was a supporter of immigration reduction, and a strong opponent of illegal immigration. In the controversy surrounding the defeat of Congressman Bob Dornan (R-CA) by Democrat Loretta Sanchez, Traficant was the only Democratic member of Congress who advocated a new election, due to possible voting by illegal immigrants. Sanchez would later introduce a resolution expelling Traficant from the House. Traficant's major legislative accomplishment in the House was the adoption of some of his proposals to constrain enforcement activities by the IRS.

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