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You just landed a drone on the White House Lawn .... what are you gunna do next? Didn't they just clean house at the Secret Service? We cannot be less impressed with the new Men In Black. Calling Agent K, Dick Tracy, Dudley Do-Right, Somebody! Anybody! Who amongst you can protect our president?
Tonight I will also finish up what I didn't get to on that Warrior for the people, Elizabeth Warren.
We are also going to jump into Senate Political Theatre. The media is now focusing on fissures in the new Elmo Senate. Is it cause for concern or much ado about nothing.
Queen Pelosi is making her own 2016 wish list. This ought to be good.
And Obama is drawn into defending the United State's alliance with the Saudi Arabi. Didn't the Smurfs constantly question George W Bush's insistence that Saudi Arabia was our friend?
Thangs that make ya go hmmmmmm.
All this and more, tonight!
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Today on "Frosted Pop" host David Jeffrey Frost looks at the drone landing on the White House lawn, the big snowstorm, Sam Smith and Tom Petty and Kobe Bryant. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Isagenix Indenpendent Associate at www.Purpose.Isagenix.com.
Other than having the mother of bad public relations problems, what is it going to take to get the FAA to lift its draconian rules that prohibit the vast majority of commercial drone operators from flying the friendly skies? While many naysayers point out the obvious problems that have occured with recreational drones, such as the one that recently wound up on the White House lawn, licensing drone operators would reduce this problem to managable levels. Yet the US government has been dragging its feet to regulate and train drone pilots, which is actually making our airspace more of a free-for-all and hampering air safety. In this episode we'll explore the pros and cons, as well as the political football that is making the Dawn of the Drones in US skies a white knuckled ride for us all.
Until Vito Rizzuto went to prison in 2006 for his role in a decades-old Brooklyn triple murder, he ruled the Port of Montreal, the northern gateway to the major American drug markets. A master diplomat, he won the respect of rival mafia clans, bikers and street gangs, and criminal business thrived on his turf. His family prospered and his empire grew--until one of North America's true Teflon dons finally lost his veneer. As he watched helplessly from his Colorado prison, the murders of his son and father made international headlines; the killings of his lieutenants and friends filled the pages of Canadian news; and the influence of the 'Ndrangheta, the Calabrian Mafia, spread across Montreal faster than the blood of Rizzuto's crime family. In 2012, Vito Rizzuto emerged from prison, a 66-year-old man who could carefully rebuild his criminal empire or seek bloody revenge and damn the consequences. From the events leading to his imprisonment to his shocking death in December 2013, Business or Blood is the final chapter of Vito's story. BUSINESS OR BLOOD-Mafia Boss Vito Rizzuto's Last War-Peter Edwards
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