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Clark and Selby

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With Samuel Clark, a whistleblower police supervisor, and Andrew Selby, a whistleblower fire captain, expose the secrets of the police department, fire department, and corrections department.

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Democracy is a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation by way of ?free elections.? Are we the people presently able to actually exercise... more

Is America plagued with corruption? How pervasive is the problem of corruption in the United States? Is corruption in America less harmful than corruption in other countries? In this abbreviated segment of The Justice For All Show, we will... more

Apparently the problems with Tokyo’s nuclear power plant are more serious than initially reported. Presently water is being dumped on the reactor in order to keep it cool. The water runoff from this process is a radioactive and is spilling into... more

The weekend Haitian presidential election between Martelly and Manigat is now history. According to an article in US News and World Report, the election results will be released March 31. Will the election of a new president in Haiti produce... more

Gladys Barker Grauer (born in Cincinnati, Ohio in1923), is an artist, teacher, and activist. Prior to completing high school she and her family moved to the Chicago. After completing high school Gladys attended the Art Institute of Chicago. She... more

The newly revised edition of “Total Misconduct” is scheduled for release in approximately five weeks. This edition delves into several incidents of police criminal activity, and the lack of sanctions imposed upon these criminal cops.... more

Recent economic challenges to state and municipal budgets have prompted some elected officials to sponsor legislation to restrict collective bargaining rights for public employees. Is this a positive or negative solution to a fiscal crisis? On... more

On June 24, 2010, a Federal Jury ruled that former Newark Police Office Darren Nance had been fired unlawfully in 1996. Unfortunately, this indefensible unlawfully termination was not discovered by any Newark Police Official. Despite... more

Former New York City Corrections Officer Donald Winkfield was fired after reporting serious corruption and discrimination in the Department of Corrections. Was his firing the typical response of an agency plagued with systemic... more