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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!
Tonight Local Rivals hook up for round two this season. The Monadnock Girls Basketball host the Hinsdale Pacers live at 7 pm.
The Huskies Ladies winning the first meeting back in December. The Huskies have a 8 game winnung streak on the line. Hinsdale playing for bregging right in 2015!
Last years champs vs the Huskies rising stars... Live on the areas only local talk show.
The Coach will be doing the play by play on
Mike Volpe returns to discuss the abuses occuring in several states via Family Courts. Volpe's article "Chris Christie named in two lawsuits alleging violations by Family Courts" appears on Rebel Pundit.
In Connecticut, children were handed over to pedophile rings after their mothers were arbitrarily determined to be mentally ill.
In New Jersey, " in Bergen County a lawsuit led by Karin Wolf, including more than forty women, will allege that courts ignore abuse on a widespread basis–be it sexual, physical, verbal, or emotional–and instead label women making these allegations as parental alienators or as having a variety of mental illnesses or defects." REBEL PUNDIT
Later in the show, Mike will discuss Bullied to Death: The Chris Mackney Story his new book which will be available soon, about the stalking and harassment of Chris Mackney, a man driven to suicide by the abuses in family and divorce courts resulting in the loss of access to his children, financial ruin and repeated arrests spanning several years.
Family courts are the last place you want to end up.
This show airing 10 PM will review the report of the Office of the Child Advocate (OCA) (2014) concerning the Shooting at Sandy Hook Middle School which was published by State of Connecticut.
This analysis is based largely off of the newly released report on the Sandy Hook School Shootings that was prepared by the State of Connecticut, Office of The Child Advocate (2014). While the report addressed guns, race, privilege, psychiatry, and a host of other intervening variables, and no conclusion of why Adam Lanza did what he did, the authors of the OCA report, referring to Adam Lanza and all he came in contact with, concluded, “In the end, only he, and he alone, bears responsibility for this monstrous act” (p. 108).
People with psychiatric histories have been implicated for the acts of one person and these implications have ranged from being further discriminated against to loss of constitutional rights.
Tonight, I will review the report, offer analysis, and open the lines for your thoughts!
(267)521-0167 to be part of the program.
a Story by: Meg Rosoff
About a decade ago, a friend I knew and cared about deeply told me that she was having an affair with her child's best friend's father. "My God," I said, swallowing hard. "That's complicated."
It was complicated all right. The families lived practically next door and were in and out of each other's houses all the time. But neither marriage was good. And my friend swore that this was the real thing.
The problem was her daughter. She worshipped her mum, watched her like a hawk. And though she was only six, she was one of those strange, precocious children who gets inside adult heads and roams around, looking for stuff. Like the fact that her mother was madly in love with someone other than her dad.
"You can't keep lying to her," I said.
"No, no," she assured me. "It's not a problem. She doesn't suspect a thing."
I looked at her. "She knows. She doesn't know what she knows, but she knows."
And she did. If ever a child knew something was wrong with her family, it was Evie. She had developed a heartbreaking look of puzzlement in the company of her mother, searching her face for answers.
I notice those children now, the ones people lie to. Like all children, they are studying the world, struggling to learn the rules of engagement. Except that, for them, life doesn't make sense because their instincts are negated. So they begin to twist in an attempt to accommodate a world full of half-truths.
An American woman visiting friends in London a few days after the school massacre in December 2012 in Newtown, Connecticut, asked the friend's family (two adults, three teenagers) not to refer to Newtown for the duration of their visit and not to turn on the news in case her children might overhear distressing stories.
This week our special guest is Pastor Marcus Gill. This week we will be talking about the how does one's spiritual beliefs impact their dating and marriage relationships. The question we will be answering is "What role does spirituality have in dating and marriage?"
Pastor Marcus Gill is the Founder and CEO of Marcus Gill Ministries (MGM); a ministry that has been designed to reach lost souls and inspire believers. With the use of clothing giveaways, food distribution, outdoor evangelistic worship experiences, revivals in multiple cities and a weekly television broadcast, MGM has distributed God's license for victory that can never be revoked. He currently serves as the Founder and Lead Pastor of The RUSH Church of New Haven, Connecticut and New York City.
Pastor Gil is a full-time pastor, he runs his own business chain and inspires so many as a saved and single man. Based upon his experience, having been married and divorced and also fathering his now deceased daughter, he shares his testimony to inspire single men and women to learn patience and to enjoy life until God gives them a divine appointment to start a godly romantic relationship.
They say be equal-yoked, and we will ask Pastor Marcus Gill his take on this belief. If you are in a relationship or looking to be in a relationship and religious beliefs are important to you. You do not want to miss this show.
Welcome to Long Island Joe's Grudge Discussions where every Monday at 7:30 pm eastern standard time listeners can find out who's racing the 1/4 or 1/8 mile in the northeast. Long Island Joe is a staple in the drag racing community covering the states of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, (D.C), Virginia and both of the Carolinas. He is a travelling racer and has emerged as one of the superstars of grudge racing.
Long Island Joe is a promoter and part of the "Custom T's" racing and promotional family.
His entire family races...his two sons and his wife. Phil Gray which is his youngest son (16) is a certified hitman and had his first grudge races in Indiana (Sept. 2013) in which he mopped the floor with his opponents.
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"Today and every day, choose one loving thought over one angry thought and encourage every child you know to do the same." – Scarlett Lewis
Scarlett Lewis, mother of Jesse Lewis and founder of The Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation is a new activist for peace. On December 14th, 2012, Scarlett’s six-year old son, Jesse McCord Lewis, walked out of his house and down the driveway towards his father who was waiting to drive him to school. Along the way, Jesse stopped to write a message with his finger in the frost on his mother’s car: “I love you.” Just hours later, Jesse was gone. He was one of the 26 victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newtown, Connecticut.
Days prior, Jesse wrote three words on his chalkboard at home: “Nurturing. Healing. Love.” Following Jesse’s death, Scarlett wrote Nurturing Healing Love, the story of her journey from personal tragedy to a movement that can change the world. The Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation collaborates with educators to develop school-based programs to change our current culture of violence to one of safety, peace and love. Its single guiding principle and motto is - Teaching Others to Choose Love. Visit www.jesselewischooselove.org Watch “Choose Love.”
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Wally Hauck, PhD has a cure for the "deadly disease" known as the typical performance appraisal. Wally holds a doctorate in organizational leadership from Warren National University, a Master of Business Administration in finance from Iona College, and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania. Wally is a Certified Speaking Professional or CSP. The Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation, established in 1980, is the speaking industry's international measure of professional platform skill. CSP is conferred throughout the International Federation for Professional Speakers only on those who have earned it by meeting strict criteria. Wally embraces Dr. W. Edwards Deming’s Theory of Profound Knowledge to assist leaders to develop remove obstacles in the system that block effective performance. As a professor of Organizational Change and Development at the University of New Haven in Connecticut Wally received the highest ratings of all professors in 2012.
His Website is: http://www.wallyhauck.com/
Questioning Authority: MLA Citing in the Digital Age
with Michelle Luhtala,
Librarian, New Canaan High School, Connecticut
If authority control was a problematic concept to teach in 2001, it is even more so now for today's librarians. Grappling with standardization in the library will be discussed ... and how to adjust so students learn proper research techniques.Welcome back, Michelle
Presented by FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS
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Author and Speaker Sumi Mukherjee published his first book titled “A Life Interrupted – the story of my battle with bullying and obsessive compulsive disorder” in July 2011. A new version of his book was published by Mountain Springs House in Jan 2014. His second book, published by Mountain Springs House in June 2014, is titled “Father Figure – my mission to prevent child sexual abuse”. Since October of 2011, Sumi has been working on taking his messages to hundreds of people around the country so others can benefit from his stories. For more info please visit Sumi’s website at www.authorsumi.com
The following are some of the key events Sumi has spoken at:
The 2013 Annual General Conference of the Minnesota Psychological Association (MPA)
Brevard County Schools Youth Leadership Conference in Viera, FL, in Sept 2014
Several school and community presentations for a school district in Winfield, KS, in Oct 2014
The Connecticut Psychological Association, Oct 2014
The Illinois Association of School Social Workers, Oct 2014
The Iowa School Counselors Association, Nov 2014
The Kentucky Counseling Association Conference, Nov 2014
The National Association of Social Workers, Nov 2014
The Texas Counseling Association Conference, Nov 2014
Sumi has published an article in the International OC Foundation (OCF) Newsletter in 2012
Sumi was interviewed by FOX TV in Dec 2011
Sumi was also interviewed by Radio Disney in Minneapolis, MN, and recently by Rogers Memorial Hospital in connection with impact of bullying on mental health
Sumi was interviewed by KEYE TV in Austin, TX, in Oct 2013
Sumi was born in Calgary, Canada, and grew up in Minnesota, USA.