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  • 01:29

    Rally At Connecticut Capitol Against Ongoing Corruption & Rackeeteering

    in Family

    Our guest:  Samantha/spokesperson for Corrupt CT


    The rally at CT Capitol DCF family court a success, the family court and DCF corruption was brought to light for all to see. Although it was cold, there was a large turnout. People from Massachusetts, New Jersey and Connecticut came to  support the rally against the corruption within the DCF and family courts. There were dozens of people that showed, thankful for all the people that came out to show support.


    Ct DCF and CT family courts are ruining GOOD families. Ct DCF are removing good children from loving homes. Even worse, targeting fragile children, medically kidnapping children. Such as Weston and Jaxon both children were torn from their loving homes.


    Signs displaying – STOP FAMILY COURT CORRUPTION IN CONNECTICUT, STOP DCF FROM MEDICALLY KIDNAPPING OUR CHILDREN, CHILDREN ARE NOT FOR SALE, CONNECTICUT FAMILY COURTS  ARE CORRUPT, BRING BABY WESTON HOME, BRING JAXON NAVARRO GILMORE HOME, CT DCF STOP MAKING MONEY OFF OF OUR CHILDREN, MY KIDS WERE KIDNAPPED BY THE STATE, OUR KIDS ARE NOT FOR SALE, DCF STEALS CHILDREN FOR FEDERAL PROFIT, CONNECTICUT FAMILY COURTS AND JUDGES CORRUPT, DCF = STATE SPONSORED KIDNAPPING, DCF IS A CORRUPT RACKETEERING ORGANIZATION, MEDICAL KIDNAPPING IS GIVING DCF MORE FEDERAL FUNDING, STOP TEARING FAMILIES APART, CORRUPT FAMILY COURT JUDGES MONEY BEFORE CHILDREN, ALL CHILDREN DESERVE TO BE UNDER THE PROTECTIVE UMBRELLA OF A LOVING FAMILY.


    There must be a FEDERAL INVESTIGATION ON THE FAMILY COURTS. To the FBI in Connecticut to clean up the corruption, go sit at the family courts, all you need to do is watch. 

  • 00:26

    Player Spotlight: Carlif Taylor, Southern Connecticut St.

    in Sports

    Southern Connecticut State defensive tackle Carlif Taylor is a disruptor! He joins host Ric Serritella of the NFL Draft Bible to discuss his NFL Draft preparation, the National Bowl Game experience and aspects of his game that has appealed to pro scouts and landed him on the NFL radar. Follow us on Twitter @NFLDraftBible


    *New Radio Home Coming Soon!!! * Stay Tuned. *

  • 01:57

    The Persecution & Prosecution of Ted Taupier in Connecticut Family Courts

    in Politics

    How do you know when a state has no crime and not enough work to justify their budgets ?  When this is the best show in town; when you make up crime like [breach of peace] as a felony worthy of a state and its tax payer budgets.


    Cromwell, Connecticut resident Ted Taupier found himself embroiled in a nasty divorce and a monumental battle for his rights to his children.  In a series of escalating charges, one more ridiculous than the next, Taupier became the target of another corrupt family court system in Connecticut. 


    In one instance:


    "Edward Taupier recklessly created a risk of causing T***** Taupier inconvenience, annoyance, and alarm by offensive conduct that annoyed and
    interfered with T***** Taupier" so reads the complaint against Ted Taupier. 


    Just imagine, now you can be arrested and charged with a felony just for someone saying you annoyed and inconvenienced them and this alarmed you.   Of course, in order to invoke these idiotic statutes, you must be well connected to those who participate in the court, or, be part of the court system itself.  These statutes were enacted in virtually every state to reduce the standards necessary to prosecute individuals who might be trying to blow the whistle on corruption or, misuse of the system by "special" friends of the court.  Of course YOU can't use them unless the court sees a benefit for itself by doing so.  Otherwise, court dockets would be stacked to the ceilings with pending cases against judges, attorney's, and others who routinely annoy, inconvenience and alarm most of us.


    Join us tonight as we discuss the persecution and prosecution of Ted Taupier!


     


     

  • 00:17

    Connecticut, Maine, Delaware, Kentucky, New York Community Garden "Shout Out"

    in Gardening

    Greetings!


    How about a GREAT "Shout Out" for these Community Gardens:


    1)  Westport, Connecticut


         Westport Community Garden


    2)  Norway, Maine


         Alan Day Community Garden


    3)  Delaware


         The Delaware Center for Horticulture


    4)  Louisville, Kentucky


         Blackacre's Community Garden of the Blackacre Conservancy


    5)  New York City


         New York City Community Garden Coalition


         (NYCCG)


     


    Congrats! to all these Groups and what they have done in sustaining, creating, and education to folks about Community Gardens.


    Have a Great Community Garden Day!


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host


    Email:  communitygardenrevolution@gmail.com


    www.natesamericanstore.com  Put promo code "comgar15" at ONLINE checkout and receive 10% OFF on Garden Equipment and Tools. 


    www.tropiflora.com Great Tropical plants.  Order ONLINE ask at checkout for 10% OFF first order.  They ship Worldwide.


    www.aerogarden.com  Put in Promo Code "community20" and receive ONLINE 20% OFF your order.


    www.gardentowerproject.com  Put in Promo Code "Revolution" and receive $50 OFF your ONLINE order.  


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  • 01:01

    Shattered Lives: Reversal of Parole, Connecticut Cop Killer

    in Writing

    Join Host, Donna R. Gore, and guest Attorney Michelle S. Cruze.


    The sound of "Amazing Grace" played by a lone bagpiper resonated as a line of  Connecticut law enforcement officers honored the family of slain police officer, Robert Holcomb, as they left a victorious parole hearing for the person responsible for his murder.


    In 1977  Gerald "Gary" Castonguay was convicted of shooting Officer Holcomb to death, and in January 2015, without notice to Holcomb's family, the Connecticut Pardon and Parole Board granted him parole beginning in July.


    Not only was the family outraged at this decision, but also fellow officers and the general public who campaigned through letters, emails, and calls to oppose Castonguay's release.


    Granted a new hearing, the family was able to express their injustice and the parole was rescinded. 


     

  • 00:59

    Author Jason McLeod On The Paranormal Filler iCon

    in Paranormal

    Jason McLeod was born and raised in Connecticut.  He attended Sacred Heart University, Eastern Washington University and Fairfield University. While attending SHU, he wrote the newspaper column ‘Hauntings’ for the Sacred Heart University Spectrum.


    After transferring to Eastern Washington University, McLeod became a founding father and the first official Chapter President of the Washington Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.


    While attending EWU he continued  his column ‘Hauntings’ for The Eastern Washington University Easterner Newspaper.  He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Letters and Social Sciences English-Creative Writing.


    Because he was geographically closer, and since he was already a seasoned investigator for and close personal friend of world-famous ghost hunters the late Ed Warren and his wife Lorraine, they requested him to investigate a very serious case in Rathdrum, Idaho on their behalf.  While involved in the case, McLeod met two very in-tune and  powerful psychics: Barbara Doede and Valerie Crisp who not only participated and helped solve the case, but remain very close and dear personal friends and colleagues to this day.


    The Rathdrum, Idaho Case turned out to be one of the most bizarre cases he had ever investigated and it is the subject of one of his next books.


    There was such great interest on campus during and immediately following the investigation that McLeod formed and directed The Northwest Society for Paranormal Research where he taught weekly classes on campus to several dozen intrigued students who learned how to properly and safely investigate real haunted houses and how to identify paranormal activity for themselves

  • 00:08

    RELOAD RADIO PRESENTS: TED AUB and EARL GRANVILLE

    in Current Events

    TONIGHTS FIRST GUEST:Ted Aub
    Connecticut State Coordinator-POW/MIA Families, Adjutant - Marine Corps League Dept of Connecticut, Chairman-Madison/Guilford Veterans Advisory Committee, Vice President-IWO/JIMA Park and Historical Society, Past Chairman "Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans of Connecticut", Member- Connecticut State Coalition for veteran Rights and Services OIF/OEF/OND, Member-Honors Wake Detail Marine Corps League, member Housatonic Detachment -Marine Corps League, Member West Haven Vietnam Veterans Assoc. Special interests include PTSD, Suicide-Resiliance, and homelessness for our Veterans. At our last MCL yearly convention and banquet I was suprised by being inducted into the "Society of "The Chapel Of Four Chaplins".


    TONIGHTS SECOND GUEST: Earl Granville is a nine year veteran under the Pennsylvania Army National Guard as an infantryman. During his time in the service, Granville served in support of Operation Joint Forge in Bosnia, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. In the summer of 2008 while on a patrol in Zormat, Afghanistan, his vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb which resulted in the amputation of his left leg through the knee. His comrades, Specialist Derek Holland of Wind Gap, PA and Major Scott Hagerty of Stillwater, OK were killed in action. After his injury, Earl found himself competing in many sports as an adaptive athlete such as Mono-ski, Sled Hockey, GoRuck Challenge and Spartan Races. He is s Team Member for the veteran runned and owned non profit Operation Enduring Warrior, and the lead ambassador of the veteran found clothing line, Oscar Mike. After his injury, he has competed in the Boston, Detroit, Chicago, New York and Marine Corps Marathon all on a hand bicycle under the Achilles Freedom Team. Earl also public speaks to military units in the importance of finding help in mental distress from returning to combat after the passing of his twin brother.

  • 00:30

    The Connecticut Connection

    in Family

    Brother Alan,Brother Raj and Sister LaTeta Will Discuss "The Connecticut Connection"...How this Will Effectively Affect Our Children...Kick Your Shoes off Family...Welcome Home!

  • 00:37

    Road Trip!

    in Lifestyle

    Garrison talks with Stephanie Miles, Vice President Member Value, Products and Platforms for AARP. Stephanie Miles has been at AARP for more than nine years and leads the Member Value Product and Platforms Team.  She is responsible for the relationship between AARP and AARP Services Inc., and for developing new member experiences on the web for several areas including Travel, Work, Hearing, and Auto. Stephanie is also in charge of the AARP Travel Experience, travel.aarp.org, which launched in March 2014. Her number one passion is travel. In fact, she is on a mission to travel to all 50 states with her family.  Stephanie is on state number 38 and New Mexico is next on her travel itinerary. She also serves on the Board of the US Travel Association.


    And, what road trip wouldn't be complete without a stop at Charlie’s Diner. One of Worcester’s authentic diners, was manufactured by the Worcester Lunch Cart Company in August 1948 (plate number 816).


    Preorder Garrison’s new book, Postcards from the Highway of Life coming September 1st to Amazon, B&N.com and bookstores with a Foreword by Doobie Brothers founder and guitarist Pat Simmons. Check out the Facebook Postcards page 

  • 00:44

    In Search of the Baby Boomer Generation

    in Lifestyle

    Garrison talks with entrepreneur, columnist and author of In Search of the Baby Boomer Generation Rick Bava about his two-year journey across the United States to talk with baby boomers and uncover the true story of this special generation. Rick’s insightful book looks at where baby boomers have been, their rich history, and the cultural aspects so important to this generation. In Search of the Baby Boomer Generation covers the topics of most importance to Baby Boomers today and the issues most on their minds as they look towards the future.


    Read the article about Rick in the Del Mar Times and learn more about Rick's book


    We’ll also take an online road trip to the Mays Landing Diner, a classic New Jersey Diner that takes great pride in offering the finest quality of food and service.


    Preorder Garrison’s new book, Postcards from the Highway of Life coming September 1st to Amazon, B&N.com and bookstores with a Foreword by Doobie Brothers founder and guitarist Pat Simmons. Check out the Facebook Postcards page and if you’re riding through Connecticut have Classic Diners of Connecticut in your saddlebags!

  • 01:21

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1168

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guests are Alan and Barbara Cohen from Connecticut, husband and wife. He's an attorney and author (aka Avi Morris) who's written about the experience of being a foster father in his book "Crocodile Mothers Eat Their Young". Barbara's a now-retired teacher, a middle-school language arts and literacy specialist who continues to teach adult literacy classes. It was her observations of children being removed from abusive homes that led the couple to become foster parents. They began fostering teens after their own three sons were grown and on their own. Their experience with a girl and her sister became the models for the novel's main characters, which has led them to become speakers at various foster care foster care and child abuse advocacy groups. Alan and Barbara's family has not been immune from the ravages of child abuse and trauma. Their niece survived the abuses of her grandfather, but is now a major success story. There were extreme bumps along the way, including she and her younger brother becoming wards of the state after falling into drug abuse. She attempted suicide twice before age 17, and was sent to a year long rehab. When she emerged she was dedicated to sobriety, finished high school with a GED, and got straight "A"s in a community college. Her brother, who Alan and Barbara fostered, is the other side of the coin. He is still struggling with drug abuse and in the process lost an academic scholarship to a good university. "In the meantime," Alan reports, "the grandfather's abuse pretty well tore apart the whole immediate family. There are many victims of one person's abuse."