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  • 01:59

    Election Fraud by the News Media - How the News Media will Steal Election 2016

    in Politics

    The News Media is responsible for the majority of election fraud  today!

    Take a few minutes to think about it.....

    Look at the undue influence and power the news media has over the outcome of our elections. 

    It is time we had an honest discussion about the way the news media has corrupted our ballot box and stolen our elections. 

    The News Media is controlled by the Political Establishment
    The News Media is controlled by Special Interest Money
    The News Media decides how much air time they will give to candidates
    The News Media manipulates the debates
    The News Media slants their reporting of key Election Issues
    The News Media refuses to properly report on Election Fraud by Candidates and their campaigns

  • 01:31

    Breed Discriminatory Laws as a Ballot Measure? Good Idea? The Aurora Experience

    in News

    Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLN crew will discuss BDL as a ballot measure and talk to Nancy Tranzow about the Aurora Experience. Regular show episodes include:

    Recap of last week's show
    Weekly news update
    BSL updates with Kris Diaz from StopBSL
    Chat with Denise
    Dog Training with Yvette Van Veen

    Don't miss our newly designed network website PBLNN.com where you can see all the latest updates from Pit Bulletin Legal News, Pit Bulletin Legal News Radio, StopBSL, K.C. Dog Blog, Canine Agression with Jim Crosby, the Doglawreporter and Dangerous Dog Law. New content every day. Bookmark it!

  • 00:30

    Inside MLB

    in Baseball

    This morning on Inside MLB your hosts Benson Fechter and Will McElhattan will be giving their all star ballots and playoff predictions if the season were to end today. Fans remember you too can be a part of the show if you call in at (516) 666-9990 or enter our chatroom at www.blogtalkradio.com/insidemlb

  • 00:44

    Morgan Fox of the Washington, D.C. based Marijuana Policy Project

    in Politics

    In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I talk with Morgan Fox Communications Manager of the Washington, D.C. based Marijuana Policy Project. Marijuana Prohibition has failed. It's time for a new approach, and MPP is leading the way. Since their founding in 1995, they've been making real progress in reforming U.S. Marijuana Laws by: ...lobbying for legislation and running ballot intiative campaigns to allow seriously ill patients to use medical marijuana with their doctor's recommendations....lobbying for legislation and sponsoring ballot intiatives to replace marijuana prohition with a sensible system of regulation....garnering widespread media coverage of the need to change marijuana policies....lobbying Congress to reduce the White House Drug Czar's budget for his deceptive ad campaigns...building coalitions of supportive individuals and organizations to advocate on behalf of marijuana policy reform...and much more.

  • 00:12

    #flintjuglifewater #voterfraud #juglifewater

    in Lifestyle

    Flintjuglifewater Juglifewater 7 minutes ago
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/flintjuglifewater please join me in my radio program in this debate over what i consider ?#‎voterfraud? Some potential candidates said they decided to pursue the mayor's job because of specific issues, like the quality and cost of water.

    "It irks me," said Raymond Hall, 52, about the city's water issues. "We can't even bathe in it."

    Hall, a computer consultant, said water issues are "making me get involved. While I think that realistically it would be best to have candidates names on the ballot, I think passing a special

    "one time" law is a bad idea. Everyone was supposed to know the law and follow it, they didn't and should deal with the problem without getting special treatment. What will happen the next time a screwup is made, will we get another special law? If the rules don't matter why have the rules in the first place? I had like 800 signatures most of them people who obtained the required signatures but my last 100 were not voters so i did not submit on that deadline day but since the deadline has been extended i will be submitting mine may the 15 2015 if eric mays can be voted in by the senate bill i shall declare my run for mayor again.

  • 00:33


    in Politics

    Why a March Against Monsanto: Lunch with Louden 5/14/15

    Monsanto is the poster child for INDUSTRIAL agriculture. Not alone in this mind set, Monsanto has shown us a corporate will to pursue profits on the world stage. Some say this is the future of food production, necessary to feed a hungry planet. Others say this is the end of our ability to produce our own food at home and around the world, the more sustainable of the two options. 

    I don’t have to go far to witness the controversy over Factory Farms and Industrial Ranchers. I have a ballot on my desk today that asks the question, “Should voters enact an ordinance prohibiting cultivation of genetically engineered organisms and creating rights relating to local food production?”

    This is a big enough issue to merit the national call for the March Against Monsanto on May 23rd. Will you participate? 

    Weigh in. This is America's conversation.

    Follow us on Facebook at Lunch with Louden and Join the Coffee Party Movement, on the web at CoffeePartyUSA.com


    Tim Danahey Show: Lentil Underground: Renegade Farmers and the Future of Food in America






  • 02:34

    Zombie Watchers 2016

    in Politics Conservative

    As the masses of American Voting Zombies focus on the 2016 Presidential primaries the National War Party scrambles to keep their omni-surveillance powers public.  Some zombies think the fascist police state and the global pseudo-empire can be contained and rolled back through debate, legislation and the ballot box.  Others feel that these domestic spying, indefinite detention and militarized police powers are used by sober people who run benevolent government to protect us. Either way, the result is the same: control under the guise of security and Christian genocide, whether through malice or incompetence, masquerading as counter-terrorism.  This New World Order is the synthesis of managing the created conflict between license and absolutism.

    The Republic has been usurped by the tyranny of soft despotism with a veneer of democracy, elections and the distraction of bread and circuses. It shall persist UNLESS liberty-loving people band together to restore Constitutional governance from your own community on up to the Imperial District of Corruption. Restore The Constitutional Militia of the Several States, sound money, free economies, religious and civil liberties as well as a sensible foreign policy of trade, friendship and non-interventionist defense backed up by the most powerful Navy and Marines; or watch the fascists in both parties push transnational agendas to their benefit and our demise. This is the last chance to stop those who perpetuate a hegemonic empire abroad and a fascist police state at home.  To defeat the lawless hordes of Cultural Marxists, fascists, oligarchs, kleptocrats, useful idiots and their fellow travelers especially the Democrat-socialists, first you MUST CRUSH the Neocon fascist-socialists on ‘the right’. . .for liberty!

    Please LIKE and SHARE our Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/LibertysThunder

  • 02:22

    PGT Episode #247 Round 2 of Hearings on Provisioning Center and Medible Bills

    in Legal



    Tonight 8:00-10 EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626


    Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion


    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center.


    Michigan House Judiciary Committee hearings continue on medical cannabis and  Michigan State House Bills 4209 and 4210


    Joining us tonight-


    Michael Tuffelmire - from Grand Rapids -who ran a successful local cannabis policy reform campaign there in 2012- is working with The Well House and The Grand Rapids Project to present an interview with Ethan Nadelman Director of the Drug Policy Alliance and Major Neil Franklin Executive Director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition- May 14 5-7:00 pm at the Wealthy Theater in Grand Rapids- to be moderated by Michigan State House Representative Jeff Irwin.


    Jeff Hank- Lansing attorney, Executive Director of ballot group MILegalize and leader of the recently successful local ballot effort to legalize cannabis in East Lansing.


    Rachel Hilliker- medical cannabis patient who offered testimony during the Judiciary hearings today


    Josey Scoggin- Executive Director of Sons and Daughters United also offered testimony concerning the consequences of medical cannabis patients denied the use of their medicine while on bond


    And- regular guest and friend of the show attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels, Thetford Twp Trustee and T-Pain who was very helpful with last week's broadcast at O'Mara's restaurant in Berkley.


    Michael's rant, news, current events and more!


  • 00:30

    Inside MLB

    in Baseball

    Tonight on MLB Central your hosts Benson Fechter and Will McElhattan will discuss many topics including Mattitude: Trio drives Cardinals past Phillies, Fernandez faces hiters for first time in '15, Ringo: Tulo too good not to be NL starter, Cast your All-Star ballot online and moblie, Justice: Astros playing confident it's exciting ball, and more! Remember fans you too can be a part of the show if you call in at (516) 666-9990 or enter our chatroom at www.blogtalkradio.com/mlbcentral


  • 01:35

    Who’s the Bad Guy?

    in News

    Dave’s guest this week is Arthur J. Jones, an active participant in the fight for the preservation for White Western civilization for over 40 years.

    His political activity began in 1967 and in 1968 he helped put George Wallace on the ballot, going door-to-door, calling on Black-owned businesses who resented the weekly extortion payments they made to support the Black Panther Party. In 1969, Jones was drafted into the Army and sent to Vietnam as a combat infantryman.

    Jones entered college after his discharge from the Army, and became involved with the Young Republicans and was a delegate to the Wisconsin state Republican convention. He later joined the American Party in support for Congressman John Schmitz, whom Wallace designated his successor in the presidential campaign of 1972 after he was shot.

    Disgusted by the media blackout of Schmitz’s campaign, Jones joined the National Socialist White People’s Party (American Nazi Party) and was that party’s candidate for Milwaukee mayor in 1976, where he received more votes than the candidates of the Republican Party, Socialist Workers Party and the U.S. Labor Party, but lost to the incumbent mayor. He remained with that party for eight years, then left to form his own organization, the America First Committee. Since then he has run for Congress in the 3rd Congressional district in Illinois, where he received 33% of the vote in the Republican primary in 2010.

    Jones has continued his activism by speaking at rallies and demonstrations all across the South and Midwest, sponsored by groups such as Aryan Nations and the National Socialist Movement.

    Jones’s grandfather was a World War 1 veteran, his father was a World War 2 veteran, and his mother was a veteran of the Women’s Army Corp. He is Welsh, Scottish, Norwegian and Swedish, and has been married to his 100% Irish wife, Patricia, a retired Chicago schoolteacher since 1983.

  • 00:50

    HIT:CEC: Alief AFTSE Update w/Willie Stubbins

    in Marketing

    Join Mr. Willie Stubbins, COPE chairperson of the Alief American Federation of Teachers and School Employees and Alief ISD school board candidate Natasha Butler in the studio.

    Education issues are at the foundation of many of the problems facing young people today. These two individuals are part of the education system and will share with you their interests,and concerns.

    With a bond election on the ballot this year, there is much to discuss in the Alief ISD.