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This week's Liberal Dan Radio will air on July 3rd at 8pm.
I will talk about several issues. At the end of the hour I will be talking with another member of the grassroots movement to override the Governor's veto of services for persons with developmental disabilities.
I will also be discussing the Algiers ferry with someone from Friends of the Ferry. The service hours of the Algiers ferry has been reduced significantly. Some people are thinking a lawsuit might be what is needed to stop this from happening.
If there is time I will also be discussing the sheer insantiy that is sweeping throug the GOP at the moment. They are obsessed and they cannot help themselves.
All that, headlines, words of redneck wisdom, and more on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right!
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Thursday June 27th, 2013 on Liberal Dan Radio
Jeffrey Skilling, former Enron executive, was given a reduced sentence last week. You won't believe why.
A huge week for the Supreme Court this week. I will go into the issues of voting rights and marriage equality and point out the highs and lows of this week's rulings.
Also, I will be discussing the line item vetos that Louisiana Governor Jindal made to cut needed funding from Louisiana's children with special needs. On the show I will have activists from the grassroots organization Override The Veto.
Those issues, headlines, words of redneck wisdom, tweet of the week and more, this week on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk from the left, that's right.
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The Senate is planning to begin the gun control debate and the Speaker could have complete veto power over the bill, hear how tonight @ 6:30 EDT. GradeGov radio is hosted by the only women ever elected by the U.S. Senate to serve as the Senate Secretary for the Majority for the GOP. Listen live or hear them archived on GradeGov.com under the radio tab. Happy listening.
POLITICAL ANIMALS: THE VOLSTEAD ACT--Prohibition--Passed over President Wilson's Veto
Significance of the BART--Bay Area(California) Rapid Transit--SEIU--Service Employees International Union Strike--The SEIU's connection to the Mafia at O'Hare (Chicago) Airport
October 28th-Births -Deaths & Events relevant to US(a)
What's the Matter with the TEa Party-Opponents of Obama Care failed to reseach beneficial aspects ofother Countries sucessful health care programs
EPIDEMIC OF AUTO THEFTS--Can installation of THE CLUB protect your vehicle from auto thieves? What one car owner learned after two of his vehicles were stolen after installation of THE CLUB
Updated E Magazine Videos YOUTUBE AMICUSVERITAS
Governor Jerry Brown used his veto power over the weekend. SB 649, the so-called “wobbler” bill, will not become law in California.
If signed it would have given judges and prosecutors a choice when handling cases involving possession of small amounts of illicit drugs as either a felony or misdemeanor.
Supreme Court Affirmative Action case from Michigan could reach California.
The post office prints stamps some say are dangerous.
Meanwhile, there will be a real funeral for Walter White of 'Breaking Bad' -- find out why.
The Educational System is convinced that your money belongs to them. They were the main source for the defeat of the tax cut bill in the House in MIssouri. What I gatheree by listening to the House Reps is that it is NOT your money. Sad but true!
The defeats in the MO House was a sad day for Missouri. What do YOU think?
Are there shennanigans in the State? Join us for a fascinating discussion of the innerworkings of the 2013 legislative session with Missouri State Representative Kurt Bahr. This was the first year Missouri had a session with a Super-majority of Republicans in both the House and Senate. Rep. Bahr will offer some analysis and thoughts on what do expect for the upcoming veto session.