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  • 01:50

    NAVAJO TALK RADIO: NN at Hearings in DC.

    in Politics

    NAVAJO TALK RADIO: Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye testifies in Washington, DC. on the Gold King Mine Disaster.

    Let's examine the in-depth message that could or should have been delivered, was it the right message? Is there something missing? What is missing? Who wrote his speech?

    Maybe you agree with content or may not agree content of speech, did we miss an opportunity?

    This is typical typical standards of our leadership? Take Peter MacDonald he said it strongly but appropriately. He understood the issues and greater issues. The spill is an opportunity to convey a greater message, to the world audience. The Navajo Nation should take a lead and help all tribes will the failures of the federal government to be worthy TRUSTEE.

    We must discuss the seriousness of the greater message.

  • 02:03

    House folds on playing "Shutdown Card", CIA tortured in hearings and more.....

    in Politics Conservative

    Like players holding a hand of cards in a championship poker game in Las Vegas, the GOP led House folded instead of betting it all for a possible big win. Tuesday, the House pushed through a paired down Spending Bill that will allow $1.1 Trillion to be spent to keep government operations running through September 2015.

    The only exception to the spending extention, Department of Homeland Security. This sets the stage for the "Battle Against Amnesty Showdown" when the newbies arrive in Washington DC.

    Talking about torture, did you see what happened to the CIA in the "Torture Hearings"? 

    South Carolina State Representative Kris Crawford surprises everyone by resigning his seat at the table. After winning the November 4th election (without an opponent) Crawford leaves the State Capitol leaving everyone with questions. Expect a herd of GOP folks to enter the Special Election to replace Crawford.

    Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" at 8AM-10AM EST as we discuss these issues and others.



  • 02:22

    PGT Episode #247 Round 2 of Hearings on Provisioning Center and Medible Bills

    in Legal



    Tonight 8:00-10 EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626


    Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion


    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center.


    Michigan House Judiciary Committee hearings continue on medical cannabis and  Michigan State House Bills 4209 and 4210


    Joining us tonight-


    Michael Tuffelmire - from Grand Rapids -who ran a successful local cannabis policy reform campaign there in 2012- is working with The Well House and The Grand Rapids Project to present an interview with Ethan Nadelman Director of the Drug Policy Alliance and Major Neil Franklin Executive Director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition- May 14 5-7:00 pm at the Wealthy Theater in Grand Rapids- to be moderated by Michigan State House Representative Jeff Irwin.


    Jeff Hank- Lansing attorney, Executive Director of ballot group MILegalize and leader of the recently successful local ballot effort to legalize cannabis in East Lansing.


    Rachel Hilliker- medical cannabis patient who offered testimony during the Judiciary hearings today


    Josey Scoggin- Executive Director of Sons and Daughters United also offered testimony concerning the consequences of medical cannabis patients denied the use of their medicine while on bond


    And- regular guest and friend of the show attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels, Thetford Twp Trustee and T-Pain who was very helpful with last week's broadcast at O'Mara's restaurant in Berkley.


    Michael's rant, news, current events and more!


  • 02:03

    PGT Episode #246 Hearings on Provisioning Center and Medible Bills Commence

    in Legal


    Thursday, April 30, 2015 830-10:30 EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626


    The hearing on the Provisioning Center and Medible Bills Commenced this week, we will have updates and commentary for your listening pleasure.

    Robin Schneider Liaison for NPRA, the sponsors of the Bills, who testified at the hearings, will join us tonight. Other community members, who were present and witnessed the events will be calling in to offer their thoughts and commentary.


    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center.

    Rick with the News


    Michael's rant, news, current events and more!

  • 02:56

    Snowden On Hillary, Captive Opens This Weekend & America's Religious Freedom

    in Politics

    Dr Katherine Albrecht-Internationally known privacy researcher, consumer advocate, and bestselling author discusses Edward Snowden's comments re: Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. Plus Anneli-Marie R's kidnapper researched her on Facebook.

    Ashley Smith-Her book, Unlikely Angel, Is Now A Movie, "Captive" Opens This Weekend.  "CAPTIVE," which tells the miraculous true story of Ashley Smith, who in 2005, was at a crossroads both personally and spiritually, when God stepped in during a harrowing encounter with fugitive Brian Nichols. 

    Todd Moss-After The Golden Hour Comes his next novel, Minute Zero. Moss is Chief Operating Officer and Senior Fellow at The Center for Global Development, a Washington think tank, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.

    Bruce Hausknecht-The Future of Religious Freedom in America is discussed with Hausknecht, an attorney who serves as Focus on the Family’s judicial analyst. He is responsible for research and analysis of legal and judicial issues related to Christians and the institution of the family

    Jillian Kay Melchior-Writes investigative reports for National Review as a fellow for the Franklin Center and Independent Women's Forum. Her latest report is on “Disability Hearings: Are Lawyers Judge-Shopping?” 

  • The Coming Apocalypse with Pastor Paul Begley

    in Current Events

    Russia continues to advance in Syria despite Nato concerns. Violence continues in Jerusalem not yet ready to call it an intifada. Sarasota principal that hypnotized students that later committed suicide is in the news with families receiving $600,000 in settlements. Joy Behar who minimized the professionalism of nurses a few weeks ago continues her assualt on health care professionals as she rudely interviews Dr. Ben Carson. Planned Parenthood hearings taking place today and new findings that the Obama administration failed to provide oversight as set out in federal laws.  Breaking News Spencer Stone, hero in France train terror attack, was stabbed multiple times just a week after Alek Skarlatos who attends Umpqua Community College was speculated if the shootings there had to do with his attendance there. 

  • 01:01

    CJP Training Series - Life After In Re CDR and GC, Practice Implications

    in Education

    Life After In re: CDR and GC, Implications for Wyoming Juvenile Law Policy and Practice

    Aaron Hockman, Chief Trial and Appellate Counsel with the Wyoming Guardian ad Litem Division and Christina McCabe, a Senior Assistant Attorney General in the Wyoming Attorney General's Office, Human Services Division will provide an overview of two (2) recent Wyoming Supreme Court opinions:  

    In the Interest of:  CDR, Minor, MR, Appellant (Respondent) v.  The State of Wyoming, Appellee (Petitioner), 2015 WY 79 

    In the Interest of: GC, A Minor Child, KC, Appellant (Respondent) v. The State of Wyoming, Appellee (Petitioner), 2015 WY 73 

    The presentation will include information about juvenile court jurisdiction, consent decrees, permanency hearings, due process and evidentiary considerations specific to Wyoming juvenile cases.    



  • 01:01

    CJP Training Series - Dispositional Hearings 101

    in Education

    Dispositional Hearings 101.  Aaron S. Hockman, J.D., Chief Trial and Appellate Counsel for the Wyoming Guardian ad Litem Division, will provide a presentation on dispositional hearings in Wyoming’s juvenile court, including an overview of relevant Wyoming statutes and procedures related to these important hearings.  The presentation will provide basic information on procedural and evidentiary processes specific to disposition hearings in abuse and neglect, Child in Need of Supervision (CHINS) and delinquency cases.

  • 01:05

    Hump Day with Quantum Mechanic: Healthcare Law; Gun Violence; GOP Vs. Clintons

    in Politics Progressive


    Morgan Freeman Headlines 
    Pissed-Off Progressive Rant. Keep in mind, we bring you nothing but the cold, hard truth, but pepper it with a little humor.
    Special Guest, Affordable Care Act expert Lynne Coons will talk & answer questions about the Healthcare Law.
    Special Guest, Benjamin Corey Feinblum will discuss "The Conspiracy Machine," about the GOP Vs. Clintons, etc. As Kevin McCarthy accidentally lobbed a truth bomb about the 8 Benghazi hearings designed chiefly to attack Hillary Clinton & bring down her poll numbers, we will examine the GOP methodology & how to reverse this propaganda trend.
    Taking your calls at 646 564-9639
    Douche Nugget Of The Week - 2 make the list this week. HINT: "Stuff Happens" & "I Would Not Just Stand There and Let Him Shoot Me."
    CHANGE YOUR WORLD BY BEING THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE. Vote!  Do your civic duty & participate. It's YOUR government!  Make yourself heard!
    Be cool, be nobody's fool and don't dismiss the bliss.


  • 01:22

    The Power of Deflection!

    in Christianity

    Welcome to another show here at, "Your Place"  From Last weeks show Wild Bill got a lot of comments in regareds to some of the things he said about Ronald Regan and the Republican party.  He said, It is sad that out of that entire show all people got out of it was what a congress woman remarked on in the hearings on "Planned Parenthood" and my remarks to the Republican's real stance on abortion.  If that stirred emotions then tonight should start a fire storm.  We are going to look at some personal information about Wild Bill.  Mostly to explain his stance on polictical issues.  Do not think this is going to be a show based on polictics. As Wild Bill is known to do.  He is going to take us on a joureny that will end with the reminder of how people of faith cannot use deflection as an excuse to not obey GOD.  He has specific thoughts as do all people regarding issues that was discussed last week regarding Obama Care, and the new marriage law that was created by the supream court.  I guess we will not know exactly how this is going to play out without listening. So here is your host Wild Bill on the mound with this show!

  • 01:02

    Shattered Lives: Arizona Victim Services Administrator, Jan Blaser-Upchurch

    in Current Events

    Jan Blaser-Upchurch, Victim Services Administrator, AZ Department of Corrections. Jan Blaser-Upchurch has a distinguished record of leadership and service to crime victims, both in Arizona and across the country. She is a steadfast advocate for the rights of victims and has worked diligently to educate the public and train victim advocates regarding vital issues facing the Victim Services community for over 20 years. Tragically, her first husband Sgt John Blaser, AZ DPS, was killed in the line of duty by a drunk driver in 1990. Since his untimely death, Jan has worked tirelessly to educate the public and to enhance DUI and crime victims’ rights legislation. She has dedicated countless volunteer hours and leadership to organizations both statewide and nationally, some of which include: Arizona Concerns of Police Survivors, Arizona DPS Critical Incident Review Board, AZ Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Task Force; Southern AZ DUI Task Force, MADD National Board, and the Concerns of Police Survivors National Board. 

    Jan has been the Victim Services Administrator at the Arizona Department of Corrections since 2009. In her position at ADC, she has been able to maintain a high level of service to victims of crimes whose perpetrators are incarcerated. She regularly attends clemency hearings and executions; and assists in a variety of ways to advocate for victims each and every day.  Jan has provided services and morale support to thousands of victims throughout her career, and has been instrumental in shaping laws and guidelines that affect victims and offenders both in Arizona and throughout the nation.