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  • 02:55

    Jim Crow and Voter ID Laws

    in Current Events

    When the Republican Party loses an election, they go to their bag of dirty tricks to fix things for themselves. We all thought Jim Crow was dead and buried, but some of the laws that were around from Reconstruction are trying to come back. In this week's episode of The Ant Canery Experience, we will talk about this and discuss what we need to do to counter the right's dirty tricks. Join me for another great as we drop some knowledge. Peace and Blessings.

  • 02:14

    TVUH presents "Election Day in Canada - The Rise of Voter Suppression"

    in Politics

    "Election Day in Canada - The Rise of Voter Suppression" opens on the route Stephen Harper walked to work less than 24 hours after the CPC election win on May 2, 2011. He never walks to work but on this day the re-elected Prime Minister of Canada, who 36 days earlier fell on contempt of Parliament, revels in his first "majority" government. In less than 2 weeks Elections Canada investigators will be on the ground in Guelph, Ontario investigating a voter suppression scheme that will result in a national outcry, spark court actions, shake the country's confidence in its electoral system, and government.


    This film examines the history and dramatic rise of voter suppression in Canada beginning in 2006 and how Elections Canada was blindsided from the CPC government's "Accountability Act" to the first record of "robocalls" during the 2008 Federal election. Other red flags in the lead up to 2011 were the 2010 Vaughan byelection, followed by the 41st General Election, the aftermath, Council of Canadians court trials, the Michael Sona trial and the scrapped "robocalls" investigation. RackNine, Matt Meier, claims of ignorance from candidates and the "Fair Elections Act" figures in as the film moves through the timeline and travels from Prince Edward Island to Whitehorse.


    Peter Smoczynski is a Montreal born, trained and working filmmaker; journalist, researcher, field producer, CBC national news, current affairs, sports and short docs; Los Angeles trained and working screen writer. "I’ve cooked meals for my crews, conducted interviews in penthouses and boxcars, and had cabinet ministers slam the door in my face. It really is a crazy profession. I wouldn’t have it any other way."


    Help this film get completed!  http://www.gofundme.com/EDayFilm

  • 00:47

    Hiroshima 1945, Texas voter ID laws & the GOP debate with George Rodriguez

    in Politics

    Guest:  George Rodriguez, conservative activist in South Texas.......we will look at the FOX News debates.......which candidates in the second group could move up to the first tier?   which of the ones at the top will fall off and probably disappear?    or will any of this make a difference since the first vote won't happen until Iowa next January?   will there be any serious discussion of issues in this compacted format?........also our comments about Texas voter ID laws & Hiroshima 1945.....

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  • 01:25

    Tarboro Voter ID Rules Hearing on June 15 by NC Board of Elections

    in Politics Progressive

    This is a rebroadcast of the June 15, 2015 Tarboro, North Carolina Board of Elections Public Hearing on the proposed rules for the new Voter ID law, which will come into effect in 2016.


    This hearing is the ninth hearing of nine hearings that the NC BOE organized across the state.


    We thank you for listening to these important hearings and we ask that you share this rebroadcast with others in North Carolina, so that more can be made aware of this.


    The deadline to submit written statements for consideration in determining the rules for implementing the Voter ID law is June 30.

    You can submit your written statements by emailing them to rules@ncsbe.gov. We encourage to get your perspectives in to the North Carolina Board of Elections!


    Thanks for listening...

  • 01:16

    Fayetteville Voter ID Rules Hearing on June 12 by NC Board of Elections

    in Politics Progressive

    This is a rebroadcast of the June 12, 2015 Fayetteville, North Carolina Board of Elections Public Hearing on the proposed rules for the new Voter ID law, which will come into effect in 2016.

    This hearing is the eighth hearing of nine hearings that the NC BOE organized across the state.

    We thank you for listening to these important hearings and we ask that you share this rebroadcast with others in North Carolina, so that more can be made aware of this.

    The deadline to submit written statements for consideration in determining the rules for implementing the Voter ID law is June 30. You can submit your written statements by emailing them to rules@ncsbe.gov or by mailing them to the North Carolina Board of Elections at P.O. Box 27255, Raleigh, NC 27611-7255. We encourage to get your perspectives in to the North Carolina Board of Elections!

    Thanks for listening...

  • 01:18

    Boone Voter ID Rules Hearing on June 10 by NC Board of Elections

    in Politics Progressive

    c This is a rebroadcast of the June 10, 2015 Boone North Carolina Board of Elections Public Hearing on the proposed rules for the new Voter ID law, which will come into effect in 2016.

    This hearing is the sixth hearing of many that the NC BOE organized across the state.

    We thank you for listening to these important hearings and we ask that you share this rebroadcast with others in North Carolina, so that more can be made aware of this.

    The deadline to submit written statements for consideration in determining the rules for implementing the Voter ID law is June 30. You can submit your written statements by emailing them to rules@ncsbe.gov or by mailing them to the North Carolina Board of Elections at P.O. Box 27255, Raleigh, NC 27611-7255. We encourage to get your perspectives in to the North Carolina Board of Elections!

    Thanks for listening...

  • 02:09

    Raleigh Voter ID Rules Hearing on June 3 by NC Board of Elections

    in Politics Progressive

    This is a rebroadcast of the June 3, 2015 North Carolina Board of Elections Hearing on the proposed rules for the new Voter ID law, which will come into effect in 2016.

    This hearing was the first of several across the state. It is presented here, with little interruption, in its entirety.

    We thank you for listening to this important hearing and we ask that you share this rebroadcast with others in North Carolina, so that more can be made aware of this.

    Thanks for listening...

  • 01:01

    ZBTR Round Table- Voter Registration in Zambia

    in Elections

    The Electoral Commission of Zambia in collaboration with the Department of Registration embarked on a national exercise of issuing national registration and voter cards respectively. This is in view of the upcoming General and Presidential Elections in 2016. A review shows that the exercise is yielding high involvement from eligible citizens. Join the ZBTR Team as we review the significance and impact of this exercise in next year's elections.

  • 00:56

    Voter Gravity

    in Politics Conservative

    Even as Romney's "Orca" was going belly-up on Election Day, another group of conservatives were enjoying the fruits of labor that began long before voters headed to the polls. As the 2012 campaign began, American Majority Action, a conservative 501(c)(4) social welfare organization, invested in a new tool called "Political Gravity."


    Ned Ryun is the founder and CEO of Voter Gravity, a map and mobile-based voter contact technology that turns data into votes. A former writer for President George W. Bush and the son of former Olympic medalist and U.S. Rep. Jim Ryun (R-KS), Ned is also the founder and president of American Majority, a non-partisan political training institute that has trained over 27,000 liberty-minded leaders in the past five years.


    Ned Ryun's commentary on grassroots politics and political technology has appeared on media outlets including “The O’Reilly Factor,” ABC’s “World News Tonight,” Time Magazine and The Wall Street Journal. Prior to his current projects, Ned founded and directed Generation Joshua, a civics education program reaching nearly 10,000 middle and high school students.

  • 02:00

    Sylva, NC Voter ID Rules Hearing on June 11 by NC Board of Elections

    in Politics Progressive

    This is a rebroadcast of the June 11, 2015 Sylva, North Carolina Board of Elections Public Hearing on the proposed rules for the new Voter ID law, which will come into effect in 2016.

    This hearing is the seventh hearing of many that the NC BOE organized across the state.

    We thank you for listening to these important hearings and we ask that you share this rebroadcast with others in North Carolina, so that more can be made aware of this.

    The deadline to submit written statements for consideration in determining the rules for implementing the Voter ID law is June 30. You can submit your written statements by emailing them to rules@ncsbe.gov or by mailing them to the North Carolina Board of Elections at P.O. Box 27255, Raleigh, NC 27611-7255. We encourage to get your perspectives in to the North Carolina Board of Elections!

    Thanks for listening...

  • 02:34

    Charlotte & Winston-Salem Voter ID Hearings on June 8/9 by NC Board of Elections

    in Politics Progressive

    This is a rebroadcast of the June 8, 2015 Charlotte & the June 9, 2015 Winston-Salem North Carolina Board of Elections Public Hearings on the proposed rules for the new Voter ID law, which will come into effect in 2016.

    These hearings are the fourth and fifth hearings of many that the NC BOE organized across the state.


    We thank you for listening to these important hearings and we ask that you share this rebroadcast with others in North Carolina, so that more can be made aware of this.


    The deadline to submit written statements for consideration in determining the rules for implementing the Voter ID law is June 30. You can submit your written statements by emailing them to rules@ncsbe.gov or by mailing them to the North Carolina Board of Elections at P.O. Box 27255, Raleigh, NC 27611-7255. We encourage to get your perspectives in to the North Carolina Board of Elections!

    Thanks for listening...