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In tonight's episode of the Current Issues Show on TrueChat we discuss how the Republican's prospects may be brightening in the senate. Could the GOP make a real attempt to gain control of the senate? What would this mean for the government, the people, and the president? Is the GOP turning around or not? Find out tonight when your favorite hosts discuss this topic. We will also will debate how to reform immigration.
Elected MP for Glasgow Hillhead in 1987. Expelled from the Labour Party in 2003 over his stance on Iraq, and the following year co-founded the Respect Party. Won Bethnal Green in 2005 election, but at the 2010 election lost out in Poplar and Limehouse. This week he won Bradford West. Galloway opposed the 1991 gulf war and was critical of the effect that the subsequint santions had on the people of Iraq. In a 28 March 2003 interview that Tony Blair and George W. Bush had "lied to the British Air Force and Navy, when they said the battle of Iraq would be very quick and easy. They attacked Iraq like wolves. ..." and added, "... the best thing British troops can do is to refuse to obey illegal orders. This incitement was later among the formal reasons for his expulsion from the Labour Party. He called the Labour Government "Tony Blair's lie machine
In May 2005, a US Senate committee report accused Galloway along with former French minister Charles Pasqua of receiving the right to buy oil under the UN's oil-for-food scheme. On arriving in the US, he told Reuters, "I have no expectation of justice from a group of Christian fundamentalist and Zionist activists." Galloway described Coleman as a "pro-war, neocon hawk and the lickspittle of George W. Bush," who, he said, sought vengeance against anyone who did not support the war in Iraq.
On this special Get Out The Vote (GOTV) episode of The Social Spitball Show, Dr. David Alameel returns to speak with us about how his campaign for United States Senate is going as his Lone Star State quickly approaches the start of Early Voting.
Dr. Alameel gave an outstanding interview last time and we look forward to hearing more of his tales from the campaign trail. His opponent in the November 4 election is Republican U.S. Senator John Cornyn, who is one of the worst offenders against the people in Congress. With the Texas governor's race tightening and Dr. Alameel's friend Senator Wendy Davis gaining more ground everyday, Tune in to find out how that blue energy is affecting Dr. Alameel's race.
As the only guest on our show, Dr. Alameel will have plenty of time to talk about the issues that matter to Texans and Americans in general.
Let's get the conversation going...
Democrat or Republican, your vote is critical in November. That is the Theme for today. Do you want a Republican majority in the house and senate? Do you like what you hear and see from your representative? Do you know your polling place, hours, and requirements before Election Day? Did you know that President Barack Obama might as well be on the ballot?
We also have Dr. Raymond Dorrough, Pastor, Prophet, Author and Dentist Extraordinaire as our special guest. If you have a need of dentistry work, I recommend my dentist, Dr. Raymond Dorrough. If there is a need for spiritual awakening or reassurance, contact Pastor or Prophet Dorrough. If you want to understand your dreams and visions or significance of numbers read Raymond L. Dorrough, Ph.D., books as pictured. If you have questions for Dr. Dorrough, call our show at 347-237-4908 on the day of broadcast for a live answer.
And…of course our musical selections will come from Pastor Marvin Winans’ “Alone but not Alone” CD featuring his soulful rendition of his classic “Just Don’t Wanna Know.” It’s a show about here, now and spiritual. Join us live for a great time out.
This episode will pick up the conversation from September 11, 2014. We will follow up on the issue of Business and Economic develpoment in senate district 19. Candidate Rueben Dockery will highlight the last legislative session as related to twenty bills sponsored by the incumbent Senator Thelma Harper and their affect on the dire condition of constituents.
Tennessee Senate District 19, 2014 Election
On November 4, 2014, voters in Tennessee Senate District 19 will go to the polls to choose a senator to represent their interest.
on this informative show, Write-In Candidate RUEBEN DOCKERY will discuss his seven point platform for bringing strong, responsive and accountable leadership to all the constituents of TN Senate District 19.
You will learn how to "Write Your Choice, to hear your voice!"
"Jeff Bell has worked at the highest levels of American politics and public policy for over forty years. In 1978, at age 34, he became the New Jersey Republican Party nominee for U.S. Senate when he defeated four-term incumbent Clifford Case. As the first major candidate to win on the theme of tax cuts, he produced television ads for Ronald Reagan’s 1980 presidential campaign using the same message. He later worked as an advocate for the bipartisan Tax Reform Act of 1986 with Jack Kemp and Bill Bradley, the man who defeated him in the 1978 general election."
Tonite we will find out where he stands on the "Second Amendment", Education, Immigration, Healthcare, Ecomony and other issues. To find out mor about Jeff Bell go here: http://bell2014.com/
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We again broadcast with candidates as guests...this time with an old friend & a new visitor.
James Harrison Nixon will be making his third appearance on The Social Spitball Show.
Nixon is a different kind of candidate and a different kind of Democrat for a Southern state that desperately needs different leaders. He is that leader who stands for Medicaid Expansion, common sense gun ownership (and regulations), Autism Awareness (and legislative support), as well as equal rights for all Georgians. Nixon doesn't shy away from any group that will have him to speak about his vision, which harbors both conservative and progressive ideals.
Listen to learn more about this outstanding candidate as we talk about what's happening in the Empire State of the South: http://www.jamesharrisonnixon2014.com/
William Osborne, Democratic Nominee for North Carolina Senate in District 26, will be making his first appearance on The Social Spitball Show.
Osborne is a recent former Chair of the Rockingham County Democratic Party & knows how to organize. He'll be putting those leadership skills in play as he becomes a high profile Senate candidate in a "winnable district" against the current Republican NC Senate leader Phil Berger in November. Berger's leadership, along with Thom Tillis' leadership of the NC House as Speaker, has decimated decades of progress made in North Carolina by members of both parties as North Carolina became a progressive beacon of the South.
Tune in to hear his plan to put North Carolina back to work and to restore sanity to the legislature in Raleigh: http://www.electwosborne.com/
These two men look to initiate needed change in the capitals of two hurting states of the South, due to irresponsible Republican leadership. That change depends on you.
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Host Deardra Shuler interviews candidate Robert Jackson who is running for a Senate seat in the 31st district in Manhattan.
Robert Jackson served as a Community School Board President, City Council leader and Education Committee Chair. He has built a record of hard work and integrity and knows how to get things done. He has a record to prove it. Jackson is presently running for State Senate to help provide good schools for children to make certain every child has the same chance to succeed as he had. Jackson continues to fight for workers rights, human rights and to pass the Women's Equality Act, the NY DREAM Act and for an increase in minimum wage. As a marathon runner, Mr. Jackson recently ran a 12.8 mile run for peace.
As a Community School Board President, Robert Jackson filed a lawsuit against the state to fix an inequitable New York State school funding distribution formula that was cheating NYC schools and undermining our children’s future. He walked 150 miles to Albany to highlight the cause and won a court judgment that awarded $16 billion for NYC schools. In 2001, Robert Jackson was elected to the City Council. He was reelected 3 times. He was chosen to Chair the Education Committee and Co-Chair the Black, Latino and Asian Caucus. On the City Council, he effected more than 4,000 new openings for pre-k, fought to prevent thousands of teacher layoffs and helped start the Drop Out Prevention Initiative. He worked to increase jobs by sponsoring legislation to protect small businesses, create a community manpower training program, fought to budget senior centers, libraries and keep fire stations open.
Born and raised in Manhattan, Robert and his family have lived in Washington Heights since 1975. He attended New York City public schools and graduated from State University of New York at New Paltz. He is married and a dedicated father of three daughters.
Senate races, the success of Democratic policy initiatives, including the PPACA and the inadvertent success of the sequester. Joan McCarter — Senior Political Writer and regular front page contributor to Daily Kos. Joan writes about national legislative developments. — and Jay Ackroyd discuss.
Madelyn Thorne talks about her race for the NYS Senate to unseat Hugh Farley
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