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DA FLADAGER WINS ELECTION BUT FRANK CARSON WINS COURT CASES
FLADAGER HAS MADE CARSON A JAILED DEFENDANT BUT HE WILL WIN AS LONG AS HE REMAINS ALIVE
Birgit Fladager brings political trials to court and fails to prosecute legitimate crime.
For example, there are 58 unsolved cold murder cases in Stanislaus County.
The Dist. Atty.'s office has 14 deputy investigatorsbut obviously not enough attorneys.
While these investigators conduct SWAT team raids and create fairytale cases against selected individuals the community remains at risk.
The nine defendants arrested in the alleged murder of a tweeker called Korey Kaufman are innocent and the DA's office is becoming aware
that they can't win.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has generally been regarded as a serious-thinking man when it comes to social issues. Then TIME magazine gave him an op ed column, and he proved to be just another clueless liberal. HIs latest column has the unmitigated gall to say that Dr. Ben Carson would be "terrible for black Americans." Really? Seems that no one could be worse for black Americans than Barack Obama and his devastating leftist policies. Kareem also claims that Carson's reluctance to accept the climate change orthodoxy is proof that he would be a bad president. This is too juicy. We will discuss from all angles.
Ben Carson has come under fire for comments he has made regarding the Pyramids, his childhood, etc which has brought up the conversation whether or not he has what it takes to become the next President of the United States. People are suggesting his lack of holding a political office means he doesn't understand what it takes to become President. If memory serves me, President Obama was a junior senator before he became president. What other experience did he have other than being a community organizer? If a community organizer can become president then why not an accomplished neurosurgeon. President Obama didn't have any real ideas to move the economy forward, no foreign policy experience dealing with Islamic terrorist, no energy policy to help the United States to become energy independent and definitely no way of bridging the "income inequality" gap. We will also look at the GOP debate and I have to wrap up some comments on the last episode "When is a child not a child"
Imagine... A Sarah Palin & Ben Carson Ticket
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Dist. Atty. phones into conference call in the Frank Carson State Bar discussion. She claims that she had a right to call him but the question is who gave her the phone number.
The Dist. Atty. was told by the judge to hang up it was not a public meeting it was the same as a discussion in judge's chambers.
The judge continues the case until September 15 in regard to report of clients who would still like to be represented by Mr. Carson. Mr. Carson is in the Stanislaus County jail awaiting the next hearing on September 14 he has indicated that he will be cocounsel if the case should proceed the trial.
Another week, another GOP debate tonight in Colorado - and the Republicans have a new front-runner: Dr. Ben Carson, whose mild-mannered demeanor distracts listeners from all the whack-a-doo theories and policy positions he seems to believe in. Or maybe that's what they like about him. At any rate, pundits are predicting that this debate could make or break Jeb Bush, who still leads the field with PAC money but is apparently struggling to pay his campaign staff. Pass the popcorn.
In the meantime on the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton is still enjoying a very excellent October, Bernie Sanders is still in the game, and Martin O'Malley is hoping to reap the benefits of Jim Webb and Lincoln Chaffee dropping out of the race.
In other news: John Boehner is getting out of Dodge while Paul Ryan is poised to become the next Speaker of the House. We predict very little changes there, except the so-called Freedom Caucus will likely make getting things done even tougher. MOMocrats Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills discuss politics from a progressive point of view.