• 01:30

    Civil Liberties Act Of 1988 - Reparations

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the topic of  "Reparations".  Is it "empowerment" that gives you power and prosperity or is it another  "Entitlement" program that enslaves people ?


    We shall review and discuss the "Civil Liberties Act Of 1988.  This Act gave reparations to Japanese Americans who were connected to the Interament Camps set up by the United States goverment.


    After we give people the information on Civil Liberties Act Of 1988, we shall discuss strategies and tactics in which the invidual and empower themselves WITHOUT a "Reparations Handout" from the government.


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  • 01:03

    Shocking & Provocative Interview with Alberto R. Gonzales On US Civil Liberties

    in Current Events

    Alberto R. Gonzales (born August 4, 1955) was the 80th United States Attorney General, appointed in February 2005 by President George W. Bush, becoming the highest-ranking Hispanic in executive government to date.[1] He was the first Hispanic to serve as White House Counsel, and earlier he had been Bush's General Counsel during his governorship of Texas. Gonzales had also served as Secretary of State of Texas and then as a Texas Supreme Court Justice.


    Gonzales's tenure as U.S. Attorney General was marked by controversy regarding warrantless surveillance and the legal authorization of so-called "Enhanced interrogation techniques", generally acknowledged as constituting torture. Following bipartisan calls for his removal, Gonzales resigned from the office "in the best interests of the department", on August 27, 2007, effective September 17, 2007.[2] Democrats were particularly opposed to Gonzales for his role in the firings of several U.S. Attorneys which they believed had caused his office to become improperly politicized.[3]


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    Michael B Kelley joined Business Insider as an intern in February 2012. He became the Front Page Editor in February 2014 and Senior News Editor in October 2014.


    Michael earned a BA in philosophy from Northwestern University and a master's degree in journalism from Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern.


    During college he studied Buddhism for four months in India, and worked as a high school sports reporter at the Chicago Sun-Times.


    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/author/michael-b-kelley#ixzz3PfijBSqU

  • 00:06

    2014 As I See It – Civil Liberties

    in Politics

    Darrell Castle finishes last Friday’s discussion on the corrupting influence of power and talks about civil liberties in 2014 and beyond.

  • 01:12

    EPISODE #14: Security vs Civil Liberties w/ fmr CIA officer and EFF technologist

    in Current Events

    UNREDACTED with Rachel Marsden: Lifting the black ink to reveal the covert information and intelligence around global events.


    Details about today's guests: www.unredactedshow.com/vault.html


    Show website: www.unredactedshow.com

  • 01:07

    Gloria Allred on Bill Cosby / John Whitehead Discusses American Civil Liberties

    in Current Events

    Gloria Allred is a founding partner of the law firm of Allred, Maroko & Goldberg (AM&G). Her firm handles more women's rights cases than any other private firm in the nation and has won hundreds of millions of dollars for victims.


    John W. Whitehead is an attorney and author who has written, debated and practiced widely in the area of constitutional law and human rights. Whitehead's concern for the persecuted and oppressed led him, in 1982, to establish The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties and human rights organization whose international headquarters are located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Whitehead serves as the Institute’s president and spokesperson, in addition to writing a weekly commentary that is posted on The Rutherford Institute’s website (www.rutherford.org), as well being distributed to several hundred newspapers, and hosting a national public service radio campaign. Whitehead's aggressive, pioneering approach to civil liberties issues has earned him numerous accolades, including the Hungarian Medal of Freedom.


    Elan Journo is a fellow in foreign policy at the Ayn Rand Institute, and the director ARI's Policy division. His book, _Winning the Unwinnable War_, looks at what went wrong with America's response to 9/11--and what we should do going forward in the face of an Islamist threat.  He has appeared on Fox News Channel, PBS and NPR affiliates, and numerous nationally syndicated radio programs, including The Thom Hartmann Program. He has been a guest commentator on Front Page with Allen Barton on PJTV.com.


    Jim Horn Retired Diplomat, Writer, Security Consultant


     

  • 00:31

    Has America Lost Most Of The Freedoms & Civil Liberties It Once Had?

    in Current Events

    David Rocah is the Senior Staff Attorney at the ACLU of Maryland. He is engaged in general legal work, including litigation against state police spying on political activists, and also advocates on legislative issues.


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    John W. Whitehead as president of The Rutherford Institute


    John W. Whitehead is an attorney and author who has written, debated and practiced widely in the area of constitutional law and human rights. Whitehead's concern for the persecuted and oppressed led him, in 1982, to establish The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties and human rights organization whose international headquarters are located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Whitehead serves as the Institute’s president and spokesperson, in addition to writing a weekly commentary that is posted on The Rutherford Institute’s website (www.rutherford.org), as well being distributed to several hundred newspapers, and hosting a national public service radio campaign. Whitehead's aggressive, pioneering approach to civil liberties issues has earned him numerous accolades, including the Hungarian Medal of Freedom.

  • 00:39

    Super Dave Show - Selling us safety to steal our liberties!

    in Politics

    The authorities are always telling us that they need our freedome to make us safe.  Is that a trade you are willing to make?

  • 01:30

    LRO: Civil Liberties in Ohio

    in Politics

    How can a group called the "American Civil Liberties Union" so often be at odds with the "Liberty" movement?  How does the ACLU pick its cases?  Where do the ACLU and conservative paths intersect? Is there a chance at coalition building?


    Join hosts Bill Yarbrough and Scott Pettirew as they welcome Gary Daniels, Associate Director of the Ohio ACLU.  Let's explore the relationship between the ACLU and our constitutional rights.


     

  • 01:46

    Racism in America: Why It Will Not Go Away!

    in Politics Progressive

    In this episode Bob Kirkconnell, author of American Heart of Darkness, will discuss America's biggest and oldest problem of "Racism in America". If there ever has been an opportune time to abolish slavery, it was during and after the Revolutionary War. And yet it survived. Even after the Civil War, a horrific event that killed more Americans than any other war, what did survive was racism. Despite excellent legislation against racism, it morphed into what is today called "Jim Crow," a de facto form of slavery. America tried again in the '60s and '70s with the civil rights movement that resulted in legislation that struck down Jim Crow. The Civil Rights Act of 1964, The Voting Rights Act, and many others made Jim Crow a thing of the past, but this system was replaced again with what we have today which is "The Prison Industrial Complex." Will this ever end, and why won’t it go away?


    This brings up some conclusions and also questions:



    What is the Prison Industrial Complex and what effect does it have?
    Why is legislation ineffective against racism?
    Why cannot America leave its racist past behind?
    What would replace the Prison Industrial Complex if it was legislated out of existence?
    What needs to be done to solve this cancer that has been with America from the very start?


    Call in and join the discussion!

  • 02:10

    LAW AND DISORDER

    in Politics

    This news program is broadcast and streamed at KKFI-fm 90.1 Tuesday, 9am (CST)


    1st HOUR: Law and Disorder Radio is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States and broadcasting on the web. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government. This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.


    Three top progressive lawyers host the program and bring an amazing, diverse line up of guests from grassroots activists to politically mindful authors. Most importantly, Law and Disorder brings access to attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases the show is the generator of news within the radio echo-chamber throughout the country.



    2nd HOUR: Segment Summary: Amanda Marcotte’s outstanding “RH Reality Cast” from the vital news web site RH Reality Check. (30 min. ca.)

  • 01:00

    Episode 3: The Fastest Way to Freedom

    in Motivation

    We vote.  We come and go as we please.  We have more liberties now than ever before.  In our external world, we live a life of as much freedom as we choose.  But our internal world is quite different.  Fear, worry and anxiety, which can balloon to full-on panic, rob us of truly feeling free inside.  Join us on Love, Trust & Pixie Dust as long-term law enforcement officer Bob Seklecki and host Leslie Green share solid techniques that you can begin to implement today to stop, and eventually reverse your fears, throwing the doors wide open to the freedom within.      

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