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Tonight: Atty Gen, Eric Holder resigns. His resignation seems too convenient given certain circumstances the Obama administration has today.
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Ding dong, the witch is dead - but the next one will be even worse; Holder's legacy: "playing politics with the law," and converting the Constitution into double-play bathroom tissue; Are Obama and the Arabs dragging us into World War IV? Yes! They! Are!; The president who began as a champion of the legislature’s prerogative to declare war has morphed into Napoleon; and as the Obamunist Left will sooner or later discover, when central planners' plans unravel, fists are clenched - and then will come the crackdown.
Mr Holder is the first black US attorney general and has had the fourth longest tenure in the post in history resinged today September 25th, 2014. Listen to The Gist of Freedom with Roy Paul www.BlackHistoryUnversity.com
Now that Holder feels he has accomplished more in recent months in the areas of prison and sentencing reform and helped restart a national conversation about racial justice in light of the shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., the people said, he feels more comfortable with leaving government.
In August 2014, Holder became controversial again when he ordered the Department of Justice to investigate events surrounding the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown at the hands of Ferguson, Missouri police officer, Darren Wilson. He ordered the DOJ to investigate possible civil rights violations related to the shooting and excessive force Ferguson police used against Brown supporters following the incident.
Eric H. Holder, Jr., U.S. Attorney General since 2009, was born on January 21, 1951 in the Bronx, New York to parents of Barbadian descent, Eric, a real estate agent and Miriam Holder, a telephone operator. Holder was raised in East Elmhurst, Queens, a community which included a number of famous African Americans such as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Harry Belafonte, and Sidney Poitier. Civil rights activist Malcolm X lived two blocks from young Holder and on one occasion in 1964, then recently crowned heavy weight champion Muhammad Ali entertained him and other community children on the steps of the Malcolm’s house.
Holder entered Columbia University where he participated in sit-ins by African American students. In 1973, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in U.S. history from Columbia and then entered Columbia University Law School, earning a J.D. in 1976.
This govt. can't even secure one building with hundreds of highly-trained agents . . . How the hell do we think they can secure the entire country.
I think we've seen the answer to that the last few years and especially the last few weeks!
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Did you know There's a U.S. district court judge in Alabama who was arrested in August after his wife called 9-1-1 crying and being audibly beaten by her husband? The police report says the good judge blodied the woman's face and legs and dragged her around the room by her hair. On top of that, his first wife reports he did much the same to her during their marriage. So what's happening? What happens much too often in these cases: he took a plea deal that requires him to see a counsellor once a week for 24 weeks and the whole thing disappears from his record. The community wants him out. The fact is, this man was appointed a judge for life and unless he resigns or is impeached by the U.S. congress, he will still be on the bench hearing cases involving domestic violence and other crimes. And he will sit in judgement of others while his own messy background goes away. Huh?
That's right, no jail time, no conviction, even, eventually, no record of arrest. Is this a guy you want to stand before in a court of law?
This week we are welcoming Staci Zaretsky, an editor of ABOVE the Law, and a contributor to other legal publications such as Judgepedia, Lawyerist, and Ms. JD. She's been featired on various TV and radio programs including CNBC's Power Lunch, HuffPost Live, and Chicago Public Radio. Staci is a gruaduate of Lehigh University and Western New England University School of Law. She has been published in the Western New England Law Review. She is going to help us figure out what this case is about, how it compares to other domestic violence cases, and what's going on with Judge Mark Fuller.
Attorney General Eric Holder resigned - lots of speculations, and the COOL CRITICS want to chime in their opinion. It was the talk of the week, everyone had a chance to weigh in.......What say you?
And FEMINISTS. (Women) - Are all women feminists? Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Here's what I don't get. There are only two kinds on this planet. MEN, and WOMEN. It is 2014, haven't we got use to each other yet? Don't women deserve the same kind of rights and attention that men do? We'll see what the COOL ONES have to say about this.
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Our country is going through transformations not seen since the Industrial Revolution. America is transforming because it HAS TO. The current state of our nation, politically and economically, is unsustainable. Change is the only certainty. I am a part of that change. If you live in the United States, consciously or unconsciously, YOU are a part of that change too. As we go through these changes together, we will be the ones redefining the state of America, the new American state. These are extraordinary times.
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The Lions have the bye week, which means most of their injured players can heal up easier. Oh, and the Spartans also have their bye week.
The Wolverines don't. They do, however, return home to Ann Arbor and play another struggling team, the Indiana Hoosiers, on Homecoming. Before that game, Athletic Director Dave Brandon resigns, and former Steelcase CEO Jim Hackett is the interim AD.
Plus, the Central Michigan Chippewas and Eastern Michigan Eagles square off in Ypsilanti, while the Western Michigan Broncos take on the Miami-Ohio Redhawks.
The Wings play the Capitals, Kings, and Sabres.
The Pistons start their regular season in Denver against the Nuggets and in Minnesota against the Timberwolves and play their first regular-season home game against the Brooklyn Nets.
The World Series is over. Updates on the Tigers offseason roster yet? Let's find out.
You can't make this stuff up. If you don't want the truth go watch TV.
Tonight on Wake Up America the Rowdy One aka Ricky Robinson is joined by John Wright formerly with News Radio 1000 KTOK. Rick and John will discuss the recently announced resignation of the AG Mr. Holder and what that might mean. Next on tap the recent attacks on the White House that are coming to light and then the recent Attack in Moore Oklahoma. John and Rick will discuss whether they agree with the media talk of this possibly being a terrorist attack or if there could be another explanation. All this and much more tonight on Wake Up America!
Bye-Bye Eric Holder! America's first African-Anerican Attorney Geneneral is vacating his office. The liberal left is in a panic; conservatives are asking "What took you so long?"
Why did Holder resign? Why now? Who will Obama nominate to replace him?
The speculations are going wild!
So Long, Marcus Welby, MD: Today's Health Care Is Suffocating Independent Physicians and How Some Changed to Thrive, addresses the most pressing issues facing U.S. doctors, and how the landscape is dramatically changing for them.
Steve Jacob, former nationally syndicated healthcare columnist and founding editor of D Healthcare Daily will be joining us to discuss the issue that is changing the way doctors practice and how your healthcare may change.
- Why physician autonomy is under siege and morale is declining
- Texas: A last bastion for independent physicians
- Medical stagnation: Survey says most physicians would not recommend a career in medicine
- Why physician suicide rate is higher than any other profession
- Why medical care is the leading cause of bankruptcy in U.S.
- How rising medical expenses are consuming a growing proportion of household budgets
- How 30 million more insured Americans will impact the unchanged provider base
- The high stakes of getting patients engaged in their health
- Why physicians aren’t talking to patients about the ACA
This and more at 8AM-10AM EST this morning "In the Pickle Barrel
Onn today's show we discuss:
Update: Penis-Amputation Suit Thrown Out in Alabama
Watchmaker May Sue Former Execs for Breach
NY Family Gets $2M for Death in Police Custody
ACLU Sues Fla. County Over Sex Predator Law
Parents Blame Bullying for Daughter's Suicide
Alt Hip-Hop Band Must Arbitrate Dispute
The Scariest Thing About Halloween is . . . The Liability!
VIDEO: CITIZEN PULLS COP OVER FOR "DRIVING AN ILLEGAL VEHICLE"
Wayne, N.J. Teacher Resigns After Facebook Post Mocking Student's Name With Curse Word
Woman Wasn't Engaged, Can Keep $10K Ring From Ex-Boyfriend: Judge
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