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Join us as we talk about the upcoming presidential election. It is important that people our age and everyone know what these candidates are about. What are their plans for the American people? So be prepare to talk about all the candidates that would like our vote.
On this episode of Carson's Corner with the Election Boycott Advocates, Bob and Christopher delve into the issues that face the working class of America and beyond. The phone lines will be open at 347-326-9749.
Socialism, communism and social-democracy: how to tell the difference.
Vermont's Independent U.S. Senator, Bernie Sanders, this week gave a major speech at Georgetown University in which he promised to explain what "democratic socialism" is. At that task, Sanders failed miserably. In this episode of Carson's Corner we'll explain what genuine socialism is and what it isn't. And it isn't Bernie Sanders!.
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Tonight on Real Talk with Eddie Hinkle, we will be talking about the U.S. Presidential Election of 2016 and my personal bets on the candidates.
On this episode of Carson's Corner with the Election Boycott Advocates, we will discuss the issues of the day from a radical leftist perspective- the kind you won't hear expressed on any corporate owned entity. Russia and China are supporting Syria; these two countries have supported nearly every anti-imperialist, anti-colonial revolutionary movement in the post-war period. Is this the new front against capitalism and its manifestations of imperialism and colonialism? We'll discuss this and more, plus your calls.
Matt Bevin(Eastcoast Con Man), a Republican political novice, wealthy Louisville businessman and Tea Party favorite, was elected Kentucky’s next governor on Tuesday and swept fellow Republicans into statewide office with him.Of the six statewide offices in Kentucky, Republicans currently hold one; Tuesday’s results mean they will hold four — and Mr. Bevin’s running mate, Jenean Hampton, will make history as Kentucky’s first African-American to hold statewide office.Mr. Bevin had won 52.5 percent of the vote with Mr. Conway taking 43.8 percent of the vote. An independent candidate drew about 4 percent of the vote statewide.NYT
In a single stroke, Ohio voters rejected a ballot proposal Tuesday to legalize marijuana for both recreational and medical use.WANE
Tacoma voters decided to raise the city’s minimum wage to $12, according to results Tuesday evening, and advocates across the board agree that wouldn’t have happened if not for 15 Now Tacoma.“Congrats to 15 Now (Tacoma),” said Kevin Hayes, co-founder of the $12 for Tacoma campaign, on Tuesday night. “They got this in front of voters, and they did a good job to at least raise the question about wages and fairness here in Tacoma.”www.thenewstribune.com
Three controversial Jefferson County Board of Education members have been recalled. Julie Williams in District 1, John Newkirk in District 2 and Ken Witt in District 5 have been ousted from their seats two years after they were elected to the school board.Jefferson County voters overwhelming approved the recall, with 60+ percent voting "yes" on three recall questions.Denver Channel
Locked in the fight of his political life, veteran City Councilor Charles Yancey said yesterday he believes aggressive door-knocking will be enough to record a “resounding” victory in tomorrow’s election over surging rival Andrea Joy Campbell, who trounced the 31-year councilor in the September primary.Boston Herald
Ohio voters could make history when they head to the polls Tuesday. Depending on the outcome of the election, Ohio could become the first state to legalize marijuana for both medical and recreational use in a single vote. The decision comes down to votes on two issues, though. Issue 3 on the ballot led to the creation of Issue 2, which could keep Issue 3 from actually happening. It’s easy to see how this can get confusing, but here’s how it all WANE
Tacoma,Washington is stepping into the spotlight as voters on Election Day decide on two minimum-wage measures, including one that would immediately bump pay in the city to at least $15 an hour — one of the highest minimum wages in the country.Seattle Times
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I am happy to have with me Co hosting! Sumaiya Wood is a licensed spiritual life coach and spiritual teacher! She will be giving us also the "spiritual side" of looking at the political process.
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