• 00:24

    A look back at some of my American Thinker posts

    in Politics

    We will look at my American Thinker posts of the last week....the Clinton emails controversy.......US-Cuba talks........US-Venezuela issues....Mexico 2015.....President Obama facing opposition in Latin America for his executive order regarding Venezuela.......US-Iran nuclear deal and 47 GOP US Senators writing a letter to Iran about the legality of such an agreement..........PLUS other stories from the front pages, including Yu Darvish lost for a year and DeMarco Murray going to Philadelphia.....





  • 02:31

    The View Up Here welcomes Stephen Lautens on the Tools of the One Party State

    in Politics

    As the days count down to General Election 42, the misdirection, the obfuscation, the blurring of party and government gets ever more pronounced. The program to fundamentally change Canada into some semblance of Emperor's mindset is almost a decade old. Hundreds of millions of tax dollars wasted trying to convince Canadians how wonderful things are. Hundreds of millions of tax dollars wasted in courts fighting Canadians who seek their rights to be upheld. Hundreds of millions of tax dollars given to corporate media for compliance and propaganda.

    Emperor's Government shows no regard for legality of legislation, no regard for the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, no regard for the esteem of the Supreme Court. They simply carry on criminalizing dissent, auditing opponents and creating bogeyman enemies at home and abroad. The litigation record of this administration is zero wins against double digit losses before the highest court in the land. And yet they persevere. Is this democracy? Or has the combination of government brute force and corporate power crossed that line nobody wants to see?

    Stephen Lautens is a writer, lawyer and entrepreneur with an extensive background in communications and business. He currently has a private consulting practice in investor relations, communications and governance. Stephen is also a political commentator and dedicated Twitterer. He served two terms as president of the Toronto Press Club and served for seven years as a Governor of The National Newspaper Awards. For 16 years he wrote a weekly column for The Calgary Sun. He has also been a weekly columnist for The National Post, The London Free Press and Toronto Sun. His articles have also appeared in numerous other publications.

    Stephen joins us to talk about the heavy-handed tactics to militarize the public consciousness, the political capitalization of fear, security, patriotism and historical revisionism. And the one institution fighting it.

  • 00:34

    Is it Legal or Fear?

    in Current Events

    Tax attorney Tyrone Taylor joins us to discuss freedom of speech and fear in light of last week’s terrorist attack on French cartoonists as well as the recent removal of the Christian portion of a War Memorial in North Carolina. Do you have questions about what is legal and what is not? If we have time we will open up the lines and take your calls.

    To read about the North Carolina legal battle click on this link: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/01/12/sabotaged-and-bullied-veteran-wins-battle-to-ban-cross-from-war-memorial-but-this-official-let-the-public-know-hes-not-happy-about-it/



  • 00:30

    Militia Re-Vitalization and Legality, How to Prep When You Are Dead Broke

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight's episode deals with prepping when you are broke, and the Militia Re Vitalization-Why it needs to be done. Closing the border crossings update, and of course, Ebola

  • 00:38

    New Year Eve 2015

    in Politics

    The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a lawsuit challenging the legality of the state’s Medicaid expansion could proceed, dealing a setback to one of Gov. Jan Brewer’s signature initiatives less than a week before she leaves office.
    The new film “Selma,” directed by Ava DuVernay, has won rave reviews and awards buzz for its depiction of the tense maneuvering surrounding the protests in that small town in March 1965, as Dr. King (played by David Oyelowo) contended with racist authorities in Alabama as well as factions inside the civil rights movement.
    The charge began on Dec. 22, three days before the movie’s release, when Mark K. Updegrove, the director of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, wrote an article in Politico saying that the film was trying to “bastardize one of the most hallowed chapters in the civil rights movement.” A few days later, Joseph A. Califano Jr., a former top domestic aide to Johnson, issued another salvo, in The Washington Post, accusing the filmmakers of deliberately ignoring the historical record.New York Times 2015
    Happy New year 2015 !



  • 01:09

    Legalize It! A Conversation with Marijuana Legalization Advocate Samuel Walter

    in Science

    Darbi's out of town this week, so Samuel Walter, a marijuana legalization advocate living in Colorado, will fill in as cohost for this evening's conversation. We'll be discussing the pros of legalizing marijuana, the history of its legality, and what we've learned from Colorado and Washington. 

  • 00:03

    Butane Conundrum plus Butte Co. Initiative Controversy Pt. 1 - 3 mins.

    in News

    Butane legality and Butte Co. cultivation controversy are the focus of the 6 p.m. Monday, August 18 live podcast of Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense at blogtalkradio.com/marijuananews.


    The use of butane in the production of marijuana concentrates is highly controversial. What is legal and what is not legal on both state and federal levels will be examined by famed marijuana attorneys Allison Margolin and Raza Lawrence. With home explosions making the headlines, fears of butane residuals in concentrates and the rapid growth of shatters and waxes especially among youthful consumers, the topic couldn’t be hotter.


    In 2013, Butte Co. passed a very restrictive cultivation ordinance banning outdoor grows on lots of less than ½ acre and severely restricted cultivation on larger parcels. Patients rallied and collected enough signatures to place an initiative on the ballot to repeal the restrictive ordinance and replace it with one that is more patient friendly. Andrew Merkel of Butte County Citizens Against Irresponsible Government will speak on how patients succeeded in collecting enough signatures and the heightened tensions that have developed in Butte Co as a result of their success in putting the measure on the ballot.


    With news, views, humor and grow tips, this is the marijuana show worth listening to this Monday August 18 at 6 p.m. and every Monday at 6 p.m. at www.blogtalkradio.com/marijuananews. Be a part of the live podcast by calling in your comments and questions to (657) 383-0011.


    If you missed the show, you can still listen to it and all past shows on the archived podcasts available 24/7 at www.blogtalkradio.com.

  • 01:12


    in Entertainment

    It was taught that early Pilgrim settlers in America sought to escape European persecution and unfair legal processes. These same pilgrims and descendants thereof have turned America into a prison colony of their own. With nearly 3 million people packed inside American jails there is no doubt that something is terribly wrong about the either the laws or the people that govern them. Those that escape the grip of corporate prison are sought to be   subjected to a different sort of incarceration, one of the mind. This world is what you make it but for those held imprisoned behind walls of the corporate legality and consumerism America has become HELL ON EARTH! Next 2RAW4TV we talk about how to return to your self and give you the keys to freedom.
    World renowned author and healer, Master Yao comes back to 2RAW4TV for his reoccurring segment "Master Feminine" and gives a tantric perspective about Atlanta and what next in his ever evolving teachings.


  • 02:13

    Planet Green Trees Episode 203-I was right you were wrong.

    in Legal

    June 12, 2014 Thursday 8-10:00 p.m. call 347-326-9626 or Listen at   www.planetgreentrees.com

    Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion-


    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles and Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center-


    Tonight- The Michigan Supreme Court decided today on whether or not to to hear several medical marijuana cases including Carruthers and the legality of concentrates, the Hartwick/Tuttle cases, Clinical Relief, and Bylsma. Two patient friendly House Bills 4271 and 5104 are still pending in the Michigan Senate after being passed out of the House with overwhelming bi-partisan support earlier this year, and we continue the discussion of the MIchigan Supreme Court ruling in Ter Beek v Wyoming, including "footnote 9" and how some cities and townships are interpreting it to mean that they can continue or create restrictive policies.


    Calling in tonight- Attorney John Ter Beek who is a resident of Wyoming, MI and who sued the city for creating an ordinance that was more restrictive than the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act.


    Robin Schneider the Legislative Chairwoman for the National Patients Rights Association.


    And- Attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law will check in from California where he is visiting fellow attorney and friend of the show " The Professor" John Targowski


    Michael's rant, news, current events and more!"

  • 02:06

    The Zone with Dev: What's Love Got To Do With It?

    in Romance

    Come join Dev & Friends as we discuss the institution of Marriage. What is the meaning of a marriage and what is its purpose?

    Is the union between two people via a mutually agreed upon contract less valid that a license by a third party mediator called THE STATE?

    Is obtaining a marriage license the ultimate expression of love?

    Are two people who have made a commitment to each other minus THE STATE less married than two people who need and rely upon permission from THE STATE?

    If you happen to be a Christian why do you not practice biblical marriage (polygamy) and instead endorse STATE SPONSORED marriage (monogamy)?


  • 00:27

    John Rubino--GDP Goes Criminal In Italy 29.May.14

    in Finance

    John Rubino writes, "Ah, the Italians. They’re good for at least one entry in the 'Why We’re Ungovernable' series each year, and their latest is the best yet: Italy has announced it will start including estimated revenues from prostitution and illegal drug sales in official gross domestic product (GDP) figures.The country’s National Institute of Statistics says starting next year, the GDP result will also include estimates on the value of the black market in cigarettes and alcohol. The move has been driven by new European Union rules requiring nations to include all activities that produce income in their national accounts, regardless of their legality."

    We also discuss what happened with the UK and EU elections. They represent a tectonic shift that's coming to America soon. Forget austerity, more money printing and Quantitative Easing and pass the credit card please. We just don't want to feel the pain. 

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