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I (Brian Lange) am going to talk with John Stacks of "Mountain Pure Water", over his business being raided by our Government.... ... Unconstitutionally, and as if he and his employees didn't have any rights at all. This has gone way overboard since Obama was elected. Some businesses have closed down because of the cost, and some have had hundreds of thousands of dollars STOLEN from them, and not returned. With no charges brought up against these businesses at al
I have a lot of opinions about this story, and I am SURE you will, too. A New Jersey family had their home raided after someone reported a Facebook photo of the 11-year-old son holding what appears to be a military style assault weapon. The father claims it's a .22 made to look like one. Who's right here?? CPS has the right to try to protect kids. We have the right to be safe from unreasonable searches and seizures. Where is Up and where is DOWN on this controversial
IRP Solutions, an 18 employee black-owned company in Colorado Springs, Colorado were raided by over twenty FBI agents on February 9, 2005. The FBI received a subpoena on the basis that IRP Solutions had “purported” software and were accused of mail and wire fraud.
BALTIMORE - Federal agents have raided a flea market in southwest Baltimore after a lengthy investigation Department of Homeland Security spokeswoman Nicole Navas says agents raided Flea Market Sunday &confiscated counterfeit, pirated and unlicensed merchandise that was being sold there. She says sports apparel, musical recordings and cosmetics were among the items confiscated. The 300,000-square-foot flea market attracts hundreds of visitors each weekend. Is this the end of the popular fl
Cairo (CNN) -- Egypt, including its capital Cairo, teetered on the edge early Thursday as clashes persisted following the bloodiest day since the revolution two years ago that was envisioned to bring peace and democracy to Egypt -- but has not.
The violence Wednesday pitted Egypt's military and current government against backers of deposed President Mohamed Morsy, though others also were caught in the fray.
At least 278 people were killed, including 235 civilians, state TV reported, citing an Egyptian emergency official. Interim Interior Minister Gen. Mohammed Ibrahim said that an additional 43 police officers died.
"It's an open war," said a protester who escaped one of two Cairo camps that were raided.
The intensity and violence lingered into Thursday morning, when state TV reported Morsy backers were attacking police stations, hospitals and government buildings despite a government-mandated curfew. More Egyptian troops were being deployed at entrances to Cairo and Giza, with the unrest prompting the closure Thursday of banks and the nation's stock market.
Jesse Jackson Jr and his wife are going to prison for stealing campaign donations.15 year old Anthony Stokes is allow on heart transplant list.This and more,plus open conversation on "The Night Shift".So clock in folks and let's enjoy the show.
July 11 2013 Tonight 8-10pm or call 347-326-9626 Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion
Every week PGT is proud to bring you the Top Cannabis Lawyers in the State to give their comments, reflections and take questions from the listeners on various issues and topics that challenge the medical cannabis community. As always we will also be discussing current court cases and events and encourage our listeners to call in and join in the conversation. Guests will include attorney Daniel Grow who was the lawyer in People v Jones, representing Cynthia Cherelle Jones, in which the Court of Appeals reversed a Berrien Circuit Court Judge’s finding and held that the MMMA’s Section 4 “immunity fact-finding is a question for the trial court to decide. Also joining us will be others familiar with the case.
We will be hearing from Barbara Weaver Agro and son Nick Agro whose homes and business were raided in Oakland County in 2010, and get an update on how they are and the current status of their court cases. Michael's rant, news, current events and more!
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles and Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center." Sponsored By: Your host: Attorney Michael Komorn of Komorn Law, PLLC-18006563557 Regular guests: Chad from the Birmingham Compassion Club, Jamie Lowell of Third Coast Compassion Center, Rick Thompson-Editor and Chief of the Compassion Chronicles- reporting on news events, The MMMA: michiganmedicalmarijuana.org Thanks to all the moderators Komorn Law - Atty Michael Komorn (800) 656-3557- The Med Joint Community Compassion Center - Oshtemo, MI Kevin Spitler Also The Marijuana Ranch Call 313 422 5281
Join us as we chat with Joe Grumbine!!!
"At an early age Joe Grumbine began studying herbs and their medicinal properties. Using his extensive reference library and natural herbs that he cultivated at his Willow Creeks Springs botanical garden, he began experimenting with making ointments, tinctures and poultices. In 2008, Joe Grumbine founded and operated a medical cannabis Collective that was subsequently raided by the DEA. His long and continuing Court case laid the ground for “The Human Solution”, a nonprofit educational organization, founded by Joe Grumbine to provide court support for Defendants under California Medical Marijuana Program. "
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Home Front with Rep. Cynthia Davis on Missouri Grassroots Radio. As a writer, speaker and former state legislator, Cynthia Davis shapes the public debates back toward integrity, honor and the ultimate weapon for limiting government---strengthening families.
Tonight on Home Front, we will be talking with Joe Dixon, owner of Morningland Dairy. Their farm was raided by the Missouri Milk Board and about 15 tons of cheese was destroyed by the order of the Missouri Milk Board.
March 28, 2013 -13473269626 dial 1 to get on the airHosted By: Attorney Michael Komorn/ Komorn Law PLLC 18006553557SHOW TOPIC: The Battle In Bad AxeIn what was one of the biggest news stories in 2009, Ellis claimed he had done nothing wrong after local police raided his home. A card-carrying registered caregiver licensed to give patients medical marijuana, Ellis felt he deserves protection under the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act. We plan to talk about this case, relish the victory and memorialize the victory for our community, for Jeff and Susan Ellis- may she rest in peace. SPECIAL IN STUDIO GUEST:Attorney David Rudoi, will be live in the Studio to discuss 3 new COA cases addressing the MMMA, and offer his thoughts and commentary: people-v-dehko/people-v-christner/people-v-mccleese
CALL IN GUEST:ASA Announces New Michigan Chapter:Special GuestHunter Holliman ASA National Representative will join us to discuss the recent announcement of the New Michigan ASA Chapter and the local activists participating. Possible call ins from those activists:Brandi Zink chair of the Michigan ChapterBrought to you by: Our Regular Group of Community Entertainment. Your host: Attorney Michael Komorn of Komorn Law, PLLC-18006563557 Regular guests: Chad from the Birmingham Compassion Club, Jamie Lowell of Third Coast Compassion Center, Rick Thompson-Editor and Chief of the Compassion Chronicles- reporting on news events, Canna-Miracles our very own Gold Cup Winner. Thanks to Purnell Jameson and Greg Pawlowski for producing tonight’s show. Tonight's Show Sponsored By: MMMA: michiganmedicalmarijuana.org Thanks to all the moderators especially Q tipper! Komorn Law - Atty Michael Komorn (800) 656-3557- The Med Joint Community Compassion Center - Oshtemo, MI Kevin Spitler
Peter McWilliams was a New York Times best-selling author. He was everywhere from the Oprah Winfrey Show to TIME Magazine. His books spanned from poetry to computers, from personal growth to political, among them, "How to Survive the Loss of a Love," "Ain't Nobody's Business if You Do" and "You Can't Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought." In later years Peter was diagnosed with AIDS and Cancer and discovered medical marijuana.He was in the process of writing: "A Question of Compassion: An AIDS-Cancer Patient Explores Medical Marijuana" but died before being able to complete it. He died at the young age of 50. He had become an outspoken cannabis warrior, and the DEA labeled Peter a "drug kingpin," they raided his house, took his computer and his latest works in progress. Peter was jailed for thirty days. He was going to go to trial, and he was told if he smoked marijuana again, he'd go to prison and his mother and brother would lose his house. Peter died at the young age of 50, never making it to trial, and many feel the government murdered him. On March 31st, Easter Sunday, this book will become a youtube video narrated by American Weed's (National Geographic) Josh Stanley. Peter's books in print are still available by ordering through petermcwilliams.org. Proceeds allow Julia of PeterMcWilliams.org.Please join our facebook event page for "A Question of Compassion":https://
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Pete Kennedy, Esq., President of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund is our guest tonight. We will be discussing the government war against raw milk, and the FDA SWAT-style raids with complete lack of legal due process. Can the FDA seize and destroy dairy products without a scintilla of evidence that the products are contaminated or defective. The government thinks that it can, and it is doing it on a regular basis. Examples of places that have been raided include Morningland Dairy, Rawsome Foods, and Rainbow Acres Farm.
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5 Massive Fashion Mistakes that Make You Look Too Old, (or Too Young.) How to Get It Just Right Join Cathy and JoJami as they discuss ways women over 40 can update their image and wardrobe so they're modern, appropriately youthful and classy. Discover how to create a look that's modern, updated and uniquely YOU. Find the balance between yesterday's fashion nightmare and looking like you've just raided your teenage daughter's closet. Embrace practic