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This Tuesday, join us for a very special episode of Graphic Policy Radio with guest Kieron Gillen. Gillen got his start writing for numerous publications and was the founder of the PC Gaming site Rock, Paper, Shotgun. Now Gillen writes some of the most iconic characters out there which are socially astute, funny, and full of #feels as his definitive iteration of Kid Loki might say.
Kieron's work in comics is varied and impressive, from Phonogram to Three, X-Men, Thor, Iron Man, Journey Into Mystery, Young Avengers, his latest creator owned series The Wicked + The Divine, and so much more.
We'll be talking to Kieron, about a lot of these series, and more!
Join us, and listen in live!
Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say each Monday to Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Daniel Simmons, Director of Regulatory and State Affairs for the American Energy Alliance, joins the show to discuss important energy issues.
Vic Matus, writer and editor at The Weekly Standard, joins us to discuss his new book, "Vodka: How a Colorless, Odorless, Flavorless Spirit Conquered America"
Please join Ruthie This week... Thursday July 3rd, 2014 from 8-10 pm CST
News 8-8:30 *** Criminally and/or Insane 8:30-9 *** Guest 9-10 pm
This weeks GUEST: RUSTY FLEMING
Rusty Fleming is a specialist concerning the Drug Cartels and being that he in on the front lines in Texas -
I will be asking Rusty his thoughts on several issues.
Is part of this current out-of-control invasion is a cloak to tie up Border Patrol as many are suggesting, and if these suggestions are factual - as many of us suspect - what if anything is being done about it in Hudspeth County
What Rusty is seeing on the front lines
Is there skuddlebutt from Mexico and the Cartels about this invasion
And, any updates he has on Mexican Intrusions - some serious
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This show will be about how the kids are adversely impacted in the countries who supply us with our drugs. We will explore alternatives to current drug policy and the harm reduction model as we abandon the "Drug War" in favor of a more intelligent method of dealing with issues concerning the abuse of substances. A serious look is taken at the money behind the drug trade and the needs for national security in this climate of terrorism. We take a close look at both Afghanistan and
Drug Policy Options - Questions being asked about wheteher or not it is fair to drug users that our politicians are able to brag about their drug use while we have millions of people in jails and prisons across the country as the result of their own drug use. How are we supposed to win a "Drug War" when we have national leadership bragging about their own drug use. This confused message only makes the struggles of the United States and Mexico more difficult in drug reduction ef
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We’ve had a couple years now to allow the drug court process to mature. We’ve had several “graduating classes” and a very good track record. We talked to the initial sitting drug court judge to get the framework of the court’s operations so now, let’s talk to several recent drug court participants and hear their stories from the inside. Join us this Sunday evening as we speak to Dan and Kurt and one of their biggest supporters, Blu.
This show we will be discussing the impacts of the drug war on children involved in the nations the drugs are coming from. Yesterday's show addressed the need for reformed policy. This show focuses on children and how children pay the price for the drug problems not only in this country but in others as well. The lack of confidence in the American people and the amount of dysfunction in American society is further fragmenting our drug reduction efforts. In today's training broadcast we
It's not like there aren't many better ways to make money but selling drugs seems to generate revenue faster. It's not like there aren't better ways to feel good and confident but drugs seem to get people there faster.
How do we protect our young people from getting caught up in the life of drug elling and drug abusing?
Let's get right into this.
Do you know anyone that had the potential to do something great but chose to sell drugs?
Have you known anyone that lead an otherwise productive life EXCEPT that they had a little drug habit?
Have you ever lost a loved one to the drug game?
Do you think jail sentences for drug activity are given fairly?
Have you ever tried drugs of any kind?
What are your feelings about rehabilitation?
Do you think that it's easy to go straight after making money selling drugs successfully for a number of years?
Do you think that getting off of drugs is easier than people give it credit for?
Do you think that the Just say no campaign of the 80's was a good slogan?
What advice would you give to a young person that was in the beginning stages of selling or using drugs?
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Susann has run across some very interesting ties with the Council For National Policy, the media, and the propaganda... http://www.occupycorporatism.com/home/council-national-policy-right-hand-cfr/
This is Part 2 in a discussion about having an open immigration policy. The two main reasons in support of an open immigration policy are the principle of movement and the principle of humanity. Views in this discussion are influenced by London School of Economics Professor Chandran Kukathas essay on "The Case for Open Immigration" taken from the book Arguing About Political Philosophy - edited by Matt Zwolinski 2009
Zorg discussion continues!! Recorded Sun. 7/6/14