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Florida Voter Alert!
Seek the Truth and Face the Truth. Then we can save Florida and America.
Vote No on Amendment 1 - Florida Land Grab
Stop Common Core Education - The Indoctrination of the next Generation of Americans.
Florida Notary Public - Demand Criminal Background Checks and full Accountablity.
Stop Expansion of the Orlando Orange County Expressway Authority.
Stop Excessive Taxation of Highway Infrastructure - Toll Taxes
Stop Public Private Partnerships - The Collusion of Government and the Private Sector.
Stop Transportation Corruption
Stop Quazi Governmental Public Boards - Non-Elected Individuals Writing Public Policy. This power must be reserved for elected Public Servants.
You can't discuss the digital divide and access to broadband without also addressing the lack of access to media: TV, radio, print. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler took a bold step and visited Oakland, CA to engage citizens directly in a conversation about media access. But what resulting action should communities on the wrong side of this digital divide expect? Three of the public advocates who organized Oakland's town hall meeting (hosted by Voices for Internet Freedom) ana
Sallie O. Elkordy, Host of "Public Advocate" https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sallie-O-Elkordy-for-NYC-Public-Advocate/587347554614900 Guest Keith Michael Dewsnup: Facebook News https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlAzIfsEMbI Say No to Fracking Barton Moss
Join host Flint Engleman of "The American Maverick Show" for great informed guests and news beyond the headlines. Listener calls are welcome! Dial (434)964-1075 anytime during our live broadcast. FEATURED GUESTS: 8:15pm EDT David Almasi - Executive Director of the National Center for Public Policy Research. We'll discuss his efforts to approach major corporations about their policies that cater to big governement. 8:35pm EDT Dave Schwartz - VA State Director for AFP.
This show will be about how the kids are adversely impacted in the countries who supply us with our drugs. We will explore alternatives to current drug policy and the harm reduction model as we abandon the "Drug War" in favor of a more intelligent method of dealing with issues concerning the abuse of substances. A serious look is taken at the money behind the drug trade and the needs for national security in this climate of terrorism. We take a close look at both Afghanistan and
Drug Policy Options - Questions being asked about wheteher or not it is fair to drug users that our politicians are able to brag about their drug use while we have millions of people in jails and prisons across the country as the result of their own drug use. How are we supposed to win a "Drug War" when we have national leadership bragging about their own drug use. This confused message only makes the struggles of the United States and Mexico more difficult in drug reduction ef
Tom Jensen of Public Policy Polling joins us to discuss polling and NC politics
This show we will be discussing the impacts of the drug war on children involved in the nations the drugs are coming from. Yesterday's show addressed the need for reformed policy. This show focuses on children and how children pay the price for the drug problems not only in this country but in others as well. The lack of confidence in the American people and the amount of dysfunction in American society is further fragmenting our drug reduction efforts. In today's training broadcast we
Kim Johnson is the Public Policy Director at Californal Child Care Resource and Referral Network. Tune in to hear her story of service!
To accomplish the California Child Care Resource & Referral Network's goal of promoting quality child care options for every family and community throughout California, it monitors state and federal policy issues, coordinates with its member agencies to determine local and statewide child care needs, and develops an annual policy agenda that addresses current and emerging issues that impact families, providers, and children.
With 58 member agencies statewide, the Network is uniquely positioned to hear, document, and communicate the impact of national and state policies that affect child care and to bring a comprehensive, reality-based position to policy makers throughout the diverse areas of the state.
To learn more about the organization, visit http://www.rrnetwork.org/.
Joel “Tyler” Pearson is the Democratic candidate for State Senate District 35. Pearson believes that it's time to put hometown values and local issues front and center. He is a life-long resident of Conway, a graduate of Conway High School and the University of Central Arkansas (AR). He is a member of St. Joseph’s church and works at AR Children’s Hospital Foundation. Read more of his bio here!
Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show Special Guests: Annamarie Hill, Executive Director, Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and Melanie Plucinski, Legislative and Grants Director, Minnesota Indian Affairs Council. Show Topic: “2014 Public Policy, Legislative, and Dakota Ojibwe Language Program Overview. Annamarie Hill, Executive Director, Minnesota Indian Affairs Council. Annamarie is a regular monthly guest on my show. She is Executive Director of the state of Minnesot
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