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Today on "It's My House" we shall be discussing "voting distinctions". Most people only know about "Ballot Box" voting, however many people do not know about "Access/Vested Interest Voting". When you Ballot Box vote you have no say so on issues BEFORE you vote and you can only cast (1) vote every election cycle. In addition you are restricted to a physical geographic location.
When you "Access Vote"........aka.........."Vested Interest" voting you are not restricted to physical locations or just (1) vote. You can "vote" in many ways, which gives you "access" which is something that the average Ballot Box voter never has.
MA is not CA, but this elwection at least, we get a plethora of ballot questions. In our case, the excess is four votes that qualified for Nov. 4th.
Tune in for truth and knowledge (at least in our best cuts).
Three questions have roaring proponents and opponents. Legally granting earned sick time for employees is not so controversial; in fact, doing that seems like enacting child-labor laws. The others are hot.
Question 1 is in the Taxachusetts fantasy world. It would stop the law that index gas taxes to inflation. The don't-tax-me-bro crowd really wants this.
Questino 2 would expand our low-rent nickel bottle depost to include non-carbonated water and such. The veberage folk predict the end of the world if that passes.
Question 3 would prohibit casinos in the commonwealth. The gaming (a.k.a gambl;ing) commission just awarded a license for one of three. The drama continues.
The airways are clogged. Mailers clutter doors and slots. Rhktoric is sizzling. You might not be surprised to learn that we have opinions.
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I'll be discussing AZ and other states infection with what is called by most Early Ballot Harvesting and this practice makes our Elections basically a Fraud on All Voters and needs to be stopped or cancel Early Voting and return to Absentee & Poll Voting Only. Vans programs consist mainly on Political Issues and his Comments on them. He'll have Guests, and take Callins @ 347-857-4804 / 877-572-4283, join us in the Chat Room. We appreciate your Sharing the Program & Join me on Face Book with comments, postings, likes etc., Contact Van to speak with your groups in person. God Bless You All; Van
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Check the #’s;
FAIR/Pulse, Feb. 2013— poll of likely voters: * 86% believe illegal immigration is a problem in the U.S. * 74% believe the government isn’t effective at preventing illegal immigration.
Rasmussen, Jan 2013— poll of likely voters: * 90% of Union Members say reduction of illegal immigration is important to them.
CIS/Pulse, Feb. 2013 — poll of likely voters: * 64% say immigration enforcement is too little.*71% believe illegal aliens in the U.S. a result of a failure to enforce immigration laws
53% would be more likely to support a political party that favored the enforcement of immigration laws.
Check out this link as well having to do with “AZTLAN” MOVEMENT: http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jan/25/local/la-me-0126-compton-20130126 ,
Contact; Van to share this and more Information with your groups as well.
State laws mandating these public-owned broadband networks get voter approval through referendum campaigns used to mean near-certain death for any project. Kiss those days goodbye! Meet the winners who have turned the tide.
November 4, EIGHT towns and counties all passed ballot initiatives to return the authority to pursue broadband to their constituents. With 70% or more of the vote. Predominately Democrat or Republican didn’t matter. How did they do that!? Representatives of Boulder, Rio Blanco, San Miguel, Yuma County and other communities give us the scoop on how they pulled off these big wins.
We’re going to find out:
Are the political winds blowing heavily community broadband’s way?
At the local level, is broadband now a bipartisan issue?
What tactics were effective getting these referenda passed?
What happened to the giant telcos and cable companies?
What comes next for these communities?
Will there be a flood of communities rolling out their own ballot initiatives?
Title: CA Ballot Measure 2014 Recommendations on Southern California Political Round-Up
Show: Southern California Political Round Up
Hosted by: John Stammreich
Co-Host: Matt Kauble
Topic: CA Ballot Measure 2014 Recommendations
John and Matt go through the 2014 Ballot Measures and discuss why each is bad idea.
Air Date: Sunday, October 5, 2014 @ 7pm
Lee talks about the court case scheduled for tomorrow morning that will decide on constitutional grounds whether or not Ryan Gaddy should be given ballot access.
California's ballot proposition process was meant to give the people more of a say in legislation, but the process has become entirely corrupted by money and special interests. Proposition language makes the proposals sound like good ideas, but like the legendary Trojan Horse, buried within the legalese are often provisions that have entirely different consequences. And lately, when a bad idea proposition is enacted in one state, thanks to organizations like ALEC, they tend to pop up on ballots all over the country.
Proposition 46 is billed as a patient safety act, by requiring physicians to undergo drug and alcohol testing. But there's more to it than that.
Donna Schwartz Mills and Karoli are joined by Cathy Frey, CEO of the Central Valley Health Network consisting of 13 community helath center corporations serving high-need communities throughout California's Central Valley, and Democratic political consultant Teri Holomon.
Political discussion from the progressive point of view by the MOMocrats. Produced by Engender Media Group.
In this episode, Dru discusses the use and misuse of the ballot box in America. The ballot box is a necessary part of the system to ensure the freedom of Americans. But, the question becomes, since Americans can actually vote out their own freedom, is the ballot box serving our needs properly? Issues regarding the abuse of the ballot box are raised as well. The Constitutional authority given to the People and the limitations put on Congress by the Constitution serve as a great protection from Administrative, Judicial and Congressional abuse maximizing the effectiveness of the process. However it takes the People to actually participate in the process to make it work.
With possession of less than two ounces carrying a prison term of up to six months and a fine up to $2,000 Texas is one of the most repressive and scary states for marijuana consumers. From marching on the State Capitol in Austin to activist training/public education to submitting bills reforming the state’s draconian laws, Texas NORML is changing the picture. Texas NORML Veteran’s Affairs director Dave Bass will review the dismal legal situation in Texas, reveal where progress is being made and explain the programs Texas NORML has developed to drag their state into the 21st Century.
Missouri ain’t much better than Texas with possession of less than an ounce imposing fines and prison sentences up to $1,000 and a year in jail with convictions for sales of less than five grams imposing a prison sentence of up to a 7 years. Mark Pederson with the Cannabis Patient Network is working with a group of Missourians to bring before the voters the Missouri Cannabis Restoration and Protection Act which defines marijuana as food!!! As the show’s second guest, Mr. Pederson will explain this unique approach to legalizing marijuana and their program to get it on the ballot.
Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Alex Butler, and Jeffry Sanford on Monday, December 22nd, 2014 at 7pm Eastern as they welcome Nicholas Sarwark. Nicholas is the Chair of the National Libertarian Party Of America.
Born in 1979, Nicholas is an unabashed, second generation Libertarian with a strong commitment to fighting on the party’s behalf against unfair ballot access obstacles and exclusion of qualified candidates from public debates.
Nicholas has been an active member of the Libertarian Party since 1999 and has served on the Judicial and Bylaws committees of the national party. He also served as chair of the Libertarian Party of Maryland and as vice chair of the Libertarian Party of Colorado where he played a key role in recruiting the state's 42 Libertarian candidates in 2014 and supported the passage of Colorado's historic marijuana legalization initiative in 2012.
Professionally, Nicholas has been a criminal defense attorney and has worked over ten years in the private sector. He served as a deputy public defender in Colorado, trying more than 30 cases before a jury and arguing in front of the Colorado Supreme Court. He also has more than a decade of experience in computer consulting and sales. In 2014 he moved to Arizona with his wife and two children to join in the operations of a family business, the oldest independent auto dealership in Phoenix, founded in 1942.
The call-in number for the show is: (347)-994-2949.
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