• 01:50

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    Paulding County schools seem to have no problem violating the parental rights of their students. Should teachers be using devices like weighted vests on our children without our knowledge? Is the City of Hiram's manager, Robbie Rokovitz, going out of his way to prove a point? Did he contact the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission in an attempt at an end run around the rest of the county regarding economic development projects in the works? And the Libertarian candidate for US Senate, Amanda Swafford, will joing us to explain why she is running for Saxby Chambliss' seat. Make sure to tune in for all of this and much more. There will be plenty of controversial statements and awesome music by Liberty minded artists to keep us all upbeat and motivated. See you there!


     A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:53

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    So, I have come back from vacation to quite a bit going on. The Douglas County Development Authority went ahead with their "hard sell" of the Foxhall project and the debate continues with that. Paulding County has decided to "roll back" the millage rate on property taxes but the Fire and BOE millage rates will remain the same. And the Libertarian candidates for Senate and Governor seem to be getting very busy with their campaigning. Join us for all of this and more. As usual, we'll have plenty of awesome music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. See you there! 


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:55

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    Mike Daugherty, author of The Devil Inside The Beltway, will be with us for an update on his fight with the FTC. So how did he like testifying before Darrell Issa and the House Oversight Committee? And we'll be looking at local shenanigans and how the Hiram City Council has decided NOT to give their portion for Economic Development in Paulding County. Now why would that do that? What possible reason could the Hiram City Council have for not wanting to grow Paulding? And I visited with a candidate this week. Find out who and why I'm seriously looking at a 3rd party candidate this time. As usual, we'll have plenty of good music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated.


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:55

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    Today is the first day back to school for most of Georgia. Let's talk about the BMI requirement and why it is unnecessary and STUPID! The first Ebola patient arrived in Atlanta on Saturday and I'm not the worried. However, let the 'Outbreak' panic begin for a lot of folks. Find out why I'm not worried. SGS#14 was a big hit, but I had an issue with one of the speakers not telling the whole truth. Find out who. It appears that Douglas County is getting ready to give Westin $35 million dollars for Foxhall regardless of what citizens think. Sounds like Paulding County, doesn't it?  We will be discussing all of this and much more so make sure to tune in to hear my latest controversial statements and listen to some awesome music by Liberty minded artists. See you there.


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:49

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    Several folks in Paulding County who support expansion of our local airport are claiming they have been victims of vandalism, burglary and cyber attacks. Do they honestly believe that others haven't been targeted? Can you say "Cry Me A River"? Also in Paulding, there was another attack on the Silver Comet Trail. Is the trail safe? Don't you just love how politicians try to SPIN something their way? Especially in an election year. Find out who is trying to SPIN things their way in Douglas County. We'll also be discussing what I expect at Smart Girl Summit 14 this weekend and the movie I went to see last night called The Giver. Make sure you tune in for what is sure to be a program filled with controversial statements and information. As usual, we'll have music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. See you there!


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:49

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    You know that moment when an elected official says something so incredibly stupid you just shake your head and ask, "Did he really just say that"? West Georgia has had two of those moments this week. First, Douglasville Mayor Harvey Persons inserted both of his feet into his mouth while talking with Douglasville PD and then Paulding County BOC Chairman David Austin does the same thing with members of the community at the BOC monthly meeting. And what was the Paulding County School Board thinking with their latest decision? I'm not the only one shaking my head over that one. Are you surprised with the run-off election results? There results were very close in more than one election.  We'll discuss all of this and a lot more, so you don't want to miss a moment. As usual, we'll have plenty of music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. See you there!


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:56

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    Do politicians really expect us to believe that they don't know they filed something late and now owe a late fee/fine? That's like a citizens telling the judge they didn't know they needed to pay a speeding fine by a certain date. That dog just won't hunt! But it's no wonder that paying late fees/fines isn't a top priority for politicians when they're busy raising property taxes to make up for a $1.6 million budget shortfall like the City of Douglasville. And what about the Citizen Steering Committee for the Airport Authority in Paulding? Find out what my thoughts are regarding last Thursday's meeting. There will be plenty of controversial statements again this week so make sure to tune in and join the conversation in the chatroom. As usual, we'll have plenty of awesome music by Liberty minded artists to take some of the sting out and put us back in a happy frame of mind. See you there.


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:46

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    Tomorrow is run-off day in Georgia and thank goodness for it. I am over all the attack ads by Kingston and Perdue. But while the state has been focused on all those ads, we've had plenty going on locally. Tomorrow is also public hearing day on the Paulding County Chairman's Budget. Are all the increases in spending really necessary? What will the Douglasville City Council do about Chief Chris Womack speaking to the media? Was Womack right or wrong when speaking to the media? And has Douglas County not learned anything from what is going on in Paulding? It appears as though the county is ready to spend a lot more taxpayer money for Foxhall. We'll discuss all of this and much more, so don't miss a minute. As usual, we'll have plenty of awesome music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated.


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed choice at the polls.

  • 01:51

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    Life gets in the way sometimes and when it does, shows get cancelled. But we're back and we have lots to discuss. When running for public office, it's probably not a good idea to dismiss the actions of your predecessor that causes the conviction of a child molester to be overturned. Tuesday is run-off day in Georgia and Sarah Palin has endorsed a couple of candidates. Who did she endorse? The Paulding BOC will be holding a public meeting this coming Tuesday on the upcoming budget.  Make sure to tune in for all of this and a lot more. As usual, we'll have plenty of awesome music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated.


    A program holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:50

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    The Douglas County Sherriff's office is embarrassed this week after the news of two teens being left in a holding cell all weekend hit. So how did this happen and will anyone be fired? And is the State of Georgia going to resort to "fat letters" as a result of the new "nutrition" requirement on Form 3300? What are the possible long-term consequences of using BMI as a standard for healthy weight in our children? And it's time we get over the debate about football being dangerous! Doesn't our Petulant President have anything else to weigh in on or needs his immediate attention? I'm sick and tired of the distraction! Join us for what is sure to be a controversial episode as we discuss all of this and much more. As usual, we'll have plenty of awesome music by Liberty minded artists during the breaks to keep us upbeat and motivated


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  • 01:49

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    It seems that the Georgia Supreme Court has ruled against the "Paulding Six" in regards to the $3.6 million bond for the airport expansion. What does this mean for the citizens of Paulding County? Georgia House Speaker David Ralston's troubles seem to just be getting started for this election year. Will this "complaint" by the state bar have any impact whatsoever on his re-election? And is the DCTP becoming active again? I've seen several postings regarding local issues in the past few days, but is it too little too late? It's the 4th of July this week. What's coming up locally in the way of celebrations? We'll discuss all of this and more (including the SCOTUS rulings today), so make sure to tune in for controversial statements, some laughter and awesome music by Liberty minded artists. See you there.


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

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