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Liberty Unbridled with Ken Moellman

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This show is going to be huge.  There's just so much going on, that we're going to extend the show.  It'll be either 90 or 120 minutes, depending on how things roll.  Feel free to call in and sound off.  This week has been the most revealing week for our government's dirty laundry in a long time.

Where to even begin?  IRS head says the American public no longer trust the IRS.  Newsflash: It's not just the IRS that we don't trust.  Wiretapping everything -- Big Brother is watching, and Big Brother is angry you know it.  Annoying police is a felony? It might be soon, in New York. The US Supreme Court says it's A-OK to have your DNA put into a national crime database, even if you're not convicted of a crime. The FBI doesn't need a warrant to spy on you. Media locked out of the Bradley Manning (wikileaks) trial.  Don't worry, you'll get your rights back when the war's over.  Meanwhile, the War on Terror is declared to be of indefinite duration.

All the while, Kentucky's retailers say things aren't so good. ACLU shows blacks more likely to be arrested for possession of marijuana than whites, while the public wants far less nasty punishments than what are given for possession. And dental decay is the new "health crisis"; those darned first-world problems.

Ken Moellman discusses liberty issues in Kentucky. He covers everything from our Federal government, to the KY General Assembly, to the Fiscal Courts and local referendums across Kentucky.  And of course, there's always the unaccountable bureaucracy, too.

Interested in an issue? Join the conversation every Sunday at 7PM Eastern LIVE.  Call in at (858) 683-1326 and press 1 if you want to talk to Ken on the air.

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