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This week .............SEPTEMBER 4TH
Rusty will be in Colorado at a Colorado Police Narcotics Conference and will take time out to update us onall the news on the illegal alien front, the news in southern Texas and all updates on the Mexican Drug Cartels
I will also ask Rusty to weigh in on the reports of ISIS at our southern border.
Rusty Fleming is the Public Information Officer for Hudspeth County in Texas.
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Greetings and Welcome to RTP with Valerie Jarrette Bass, Host, Every Monday and Friday @ 5pm with experts and entrepreneur's interviewed with forefront, breaking, useful information.
Ken Esrig, CEO of Delray MRI will be talking about his informative "Living Pain Free" a TV show that presents Medical experts practicing from the perspective of narcotic free pain elimination and control. Live Pain Free will be on TV soon. Including Dr Oz (commercial). We will be promoting the latest in non surgical intervention for pain and better living without narcotics. Ken Esrig Www.MISTProductions.netYou tube channel: M1ST Productions
Brandon Albert, Esq., A NYC attorney will be discussing: Driver Responsibility Assesment, Suspended License, Cell Phone's, What is Uber, and more.. Brandon can be reached at Email: email@example.com Phone: 914.843.0903 - FaceBook brandon albert.
Valerie Bass will be discussing a myriad of issues.. and upcoming events.
Bernard Kerik, former New York City Police Commissioner, had one of the most dramatic rises and falls in life. After a meteoric ascent from narcotics officer to police commissioner to decorated 9/11 hero to Homeland Security director appointee, he lost it all when a series of revelations landed him in prison for a three year sentence. After his release, he has devoted his energies to criminal justice reform. Bernard Kerik calls in to Liberty Drive to discuss his remarkable journey as detailed in his new book, "From Jailer to Jailed: My Journey from Correction and Police Commissioner to Inmate #8488-054."
FIRST HOUR: RICHARD MACK
Sheriff Richard Mack (Ret)
Sheriff Mack is best known for challenging the Brady Bill, a gun control scheme requiring local law enforcement to perform background checks on prospective gun purchasers. He maintained that the Federal Government had no authority to command local officials, and became the first sheriff in American history to sue the Federal Government (under the Clinton administration) and win at the US Supreme Court. The case was based on the Tenth Amendment, states rights and local sovereignty.
Mack is the son of an FBI agent and began his own law enforcement career as a street cop in Provo, Utah. After graduating from BYU in 1978, Mack became an officer with Provo P. D. He was soon promoted to corporal, sergeant, and detective. He spent one year as an undercover narcotics agent. In 1988, Mack moved home to Arizona where he ran for sheriff. He was elected Graham County Sheriff and served as such for eight years. It was during this time – in 1994 – that federal agents informed all sheriffs that they would be required to work for the Federal Government under the mandate of the Brady Bill, and Mack's court case began. Since that landmark ruling Mack has written seven books and appeared at over 120 Tea Party rallies nationwide. He has stood against the incursions of the Federal Government and has fought for civil rights from Hawaii to Bangor, Maine.
He is the Founder and President of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) and is on the Oath Keepers Board of Directors.
Depression, suicide, relapse and the Third Step are the topics for God Box Mike and dougananda for their March 21, 2015 Blogtalk Radio broadcast. Depression, cross-addictions and suicides are the ugly ugly side of recovery. Depression hammers alcoholics and addicts who slip back into their addictions and even some who despair despite being in recovery. Suicide often looks like a way out.It is hard to "turn it over" to a higher power when you've been living for years in the negativity of addiction. Let's face it, being clean and sober requires a mammoth effort to find a transformation that will bring about serenity in the face of all the problems stacked up against recovering people.
Suicide is a hot topic these days. National Public Radio reports that suicide was the third largest cause of death for people between the ages of 10 and 19. Anyone with time in recovery has known at least a few people who took their own lives, either before or after a relapse. Mike and dougananda have known a few. They as for only one thing: Please don't do it.
Our operation was named after Chris Eggle, a National Park Law Enforcement Officer who gave his life protecting our great country. In March of 2015 a group of Men gathered together to continue defending and protecting this great country in his Honor. Men from the east cost to the west coast to the central part of America came together for one cause, Protect America.
The Team hit the trails and mountains hard! We flushed out an area of approximately 8 ROUGH DESERT MILES, and rid it of drug and human trafficking. Our team initiated no less than 3 foot pursuits with cartel, and did a search for additional the last two nights. The area that we hit enabled us to push the cartel straight into Border Patrol, which affected directly the apprehension of at least 57 total individuals, 23 of which were drug mules, 30 illegal aliens, and at least 798 pounds of narcotics. For our team this operation was a success, but more importantly, for the men and women of this country this was an opportunity to show Americans what is possible if we just stop talking and start acting. We could run these operations all year round if enough people would walk the walk and back up the talk. I love my country and am proud to say that I did something to actually protect it, and I urge every man and woman to stand and do the same.
"The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results."—Not Albert Einstein*
In the interest of demonstrating our sanity, Jeff, Matt and I went to a SMART Recovery meeting. Then we talked about it.
*The earliest verifiable instances of the quote are:
Alcoholics Anonymous / Step 2: A Promise of Hope (pamphlet) / 1980
Narcotics Anonymous / The Basic Text of Narcotics Anonymous / 1981
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan wants to fight Heroin. He has quite a bit of work to do. That heroin is simply flooding out of Afghanistan daily. In fact, this is the biggest drug epidemic America has seen since the 1980's cocaine/crack epidemic while the CIA was helping those Contras down there in South America where the cocaine is grown from the coca plant then processes for delivery to America by the plane load. That crack scourge rivaled the old heroin epidemic in the 1960's and 1970's when the drug mostly came from Southeast Asia where by coincidence America just happened to be fighting a war with Vietnam keeping the world free from the communists playing dominoes or something like that if I recall correctly.
Here's an idea. Now I don't want to tell the generals how to fight their wars and such but every place our military fights that happens to produce illegal drugs ends up flooding those drugs into our country. My humble suggestion is if you want to fight a drug war wouldn't it be better to do it right where you already have our military? I noticed on FOX Geraldo did a story about our GI's protecting the poppy crop so those Taliban don't get at it. It worked too because it all turned up on the streets of America where we hardly have any of those Taliban.
Now if we could only find out who snatched the tons of refined product when the military obviously must have been preoccupied fighting the Taliban. Then we could really put a stop to this latest heroin outbreak. Maybe you might share this broadcast so that it could make it's way to the military leaders who obviously haven't noticed that right where they are always are fighting, narcotics are found as well then they find their way to America somehow.
Maybe Blogtalk will permit this broadcast.
Jamie Miller is a political consultant specializing in political campaign management, strategic planning, public relations, grassroots motivation, and crisis communications. He has been involved with running and managing political campaigns since 1994. He has been involved with six statewide campaigns in Florida and West Virginia serving as campaign manager, senior advisor or general consultant; most recently serving as a senior advisor to Newt Gingrich’s Presidential Campaign in Florida.
Jamie’s experience includes serving as executive director for the Republican Party of Florida, and Director of Field Operations for all of Florida’s 67 counties. His service as director of field operations includes the recount that followed the disputed presidential election in 2000.
Army Veteran, Retired Police Officer, Private Investigator and True Crime Author
By growing up in a military family and having served 8 years in the US Army, Vincent Hill is well traveled. After serving his country, Vincent went on to serve the community of Nashville, TN as a police officer for five years. During his time with Nashville Police, Vincent worked as a patrol officer, special Flex Unit officer and in narcotics. Always going above and beyond, Vincent received countless Officer of the Month Awards, the Chief Coin of Excellence and several other awards and nominations. Most notably, Vincent was nominated for the Fox Network, America’s Most Wanted Officer of the Year award. The nomination was the result of Vincent’s keen attention to detail and interview techniques, which led to capturing a murder suspect wanted by the FBI who eluded capture for two years.
Mark Langan retired after a twenty-six-year career with the Omaha Police Department. In 1978 Mark was the youngest police officer ever hired on the Omaha Police Department at age eighteen. He worked as a uniformed officer and as a detective in the Burglary, Vice, and Narcotics Units. Mark was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 1988, working as a supervisor in the Narcotics Unit until his retirement in 2004. During his career Mark wrote nationally published articles on various law enforcement topics and lectured throughout the country. Recognized as a court-authorized expert on narcotics investigations, Mark testified hundreds of times in both state and federal court Mark was awarded the Omaha Police Department’s highest honors: the Medal of Valor for his actions in the Chavez shooting and the Distinguished Service Medal for his work in the Narcotics Unit, and numerous commendations over the years. From 2000 to 2008 Mark was appointed by the Governor to the Judicial Nominating Commission and was involved in selecting candidates for judgeships in Nebraska. Mark is now Vice-President of Field Operations for the Nebraska Humane Society where he is responsible for the investigation of crimes involving animals.
Our passage from the Word of God today is Isaiah 40:31. It reads, “But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”
Our quote for today is from Rex Rouis. She said, "A desire becomes a hope when we discover a reason for its expectation, and there is no better reason to expect something than a promise given in the Word of God."
Our problem today is "The Problem of Addictions in Your Life" (part 2) from the book, "The Guide to Biblical Counseling" by Dr. Tim Clinton and Dr. Ron Hawkins. And, I want to remind you to take advantage of our special offer. If this podcast has been a help and blessing to you, please feel free to purchase a copy of this book -- "The Guide to Biblical Counseling" by Dr. Tim Clinton and Dr. Ron Hawkins. It is available on our website for just $30. You can make your purchase today at ordainedchaplainsusa.org.
Today, we want to share with you some causes of addictions:
Dawn loved the bingo games. No one thought much about it until a neighbor discovered her young children home alone one night while Dawn was playing the cards at the bingo parlor.
Reggie had always been famous for how many beers he could drink without feeling any effects. But something had changed. He'd been drunk several times recently, according to friends. You're called in when he's arrested for a DUI.
In 2001 there were 1.4 million arrests for driving under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. That is 1 out of every 137 drivers.
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