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The News Media is responsible for the majority of election fraud today!
Take a few minutes to think about it.....
Look at the undue influence and power the news media has over the outcome of our elections.
It is time we had an honest discussion about the way the news media has corrupted our ballot box and stolen our elections.
The News Media is controlled by the Political Establishment
The News Media is controlled by Special Interest Money
The News Media decides how much air time they will give to candidates
The News Media manipulates the debates
The News Media slants their reporting of key Election Issues
The News Media refuses to properly report on Election Fraud by Candidates and their campaigns
On tonight's edition of Carson's Corner with the Election Boycott Advocates, we'll discuss a recent article in the new Jacobin magazine, titled, " Struggles and Progress." How can an analysis of the Civil War help workers in 2015.
In another week in the capitalist United States, two television journalists were gunned down on live television. The man who filmed the attack and is believed to be responsible, Vester Flanagan, was a gay black man in America who couldn't find a job. Although clearly a disturbed individual, we'll discuss how our extremely stratified society under capitalism contributes to Vester's rage. The corporate media will mainly analyze the individual and omit and analysis of the underlying social conditions caused by capitalism.
This, plus your calls on Carson's Corner.
Aug 19, 2015 we celebrate 8 years on air so we have a Summer Preview Show for Season 8 http://madison2media.com
?The Media. Tonight we will have a very special guest, Mr. Allen Rosskopf, retired Journalism and English Professor. We will be tackling the following:
How the delivery of news has changed and the concept of what now passes as a news story, vs. what we have seen historically (print, TV and radio).
What part has technology played in the changing landscape of the media? Pros and Cons?
Are we adversely affected as a society, by the manner in which information is currently being disseminated?
What has happened to the Black Media (The Afro-American Newspaper, BET News, etc.)? Why is it relevant/necessary to the Black community?
Plan on an exciting dialogue and have your questions ready. No-Tea, Just talk. We'll be waiting.
Dr. Ron Capps is a communications professor at a midwest university. He is an avid social media marketer and works with a variety of clients for online marketing an promotion.
The show is hosted by Ken English, an online marketing consultant with a video focus.
Dr. Capps will talk about his 68th Birthday Bundle of Social Media and other projects, including a special Facebook bundle of information products.
Ever since the US Supreme Court muddled the waters of our sovereignty in the "Marshall Decisions", our Chahta Okla have remained politically unstable with outside influences upon our traditional form of self-governance. Even in recent years, the administration has been clouded of the Choctaw Nation has been clouded with corruption, election fraud/tampering, favoritism,and rewarding themselves enormously. Just before the election year, a former official, Jason Merida, was convicted of corruption and fraud, and sentenced to 12 years. The trial brought out testimony of widespread corruption, fraud and abuse of office. Efforts were underway to reform the constitution and election rules. Concurrently, Batton created a task force to provide election recommendations, which brought objections from citizens at the council meeting because it failed to resolve the problems.
Recently, an issue arose challenging Wards residency. Election rules require a candidate must have lived in the district one year prior to the filing for office (May 2015). Documents appeared in the social media of Facebook indicating he was a resident of District 1 one month prior to filing for office. An election hearing was called for August 19th after the opposing candiate, Mike Amos contested the validity of Wards qualification to run for office. They met at 10 AM and and said they would give their decision by written reply.
At the beginning of the election, three candidates were challenged on their residency. One survived the board, while the other two didn't. Alicia Nevaquaya would have been an opponent of Wards and Amos, as well as several others for the council seat. Questions have been raised about the boards thoroughness.
This evening I spoke with Mr. Ward about this issue and invited him to come on the show and tell us what he knows. He agreed to come on. I hope other guests versed on this subject do so as well.