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We are down to just three legislative days in the Georgia General Assembly. Medical Marijuana has passed both chambers and is on its way to the Governor's desk to be signed into law. Criminal Justice Reform also has cleared both chambers. But HB 310 and SB 94 are bad for Liberty and create another level of bureaucracy in the criminal justice system. Meanwhile, RFRA is still being debated in committee and Governor Deal is threatening a "special session" if the Senate and House don't come to an agreement that the Governor can live with regarding the transportation bill. Of course, through all of that, there is still plenty of shenanigans to be found in Douglas County regarding Foxhall and in Paulding County regarding the background checks kerfuffle. Join us as we discuss all of this and more. As usual, we'll have music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. See y'all there
Did the Georgia General Assembly lose their collective minds this year? If you're following HB 170, the Transportation Bill, you probably think they have. Having studied the original bill and now the "Senate Substitute", I am absolutely convinced their is something in the water under the Gold Dome, OR someone needs to open the windows to clear out all the carbon monoxide in the chamber, legislative offices, and committee rooms! HB 1, the Medical Cannabis bill, cleared another hurdle in the Senate on Thursday, now it goes to the full Senate for a vote. Some changes were made to the bill and we'll discuss that. And how can an elected official (or government employee) resign from office under questionable circumstances only to be awarded a "consulting contract" or be hired in another part of the state? What was Griffin Judicial Circuit District Attorney Scott Ballard thinking when he hired former Douglas County DA, David McDade for the Fayette County office? We'll also be giving the latest updates and possible movement regarding any investigations into the background checks conducted by former Paulding County Administrator, Mike Jones. Make sure to tune in as we discuss all of this a more. As usual, we'll have some awesome music by Liberty Minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. You won't want to miss a minute.
In 2008, Jamiel Shaw, II (17 yrs. young), was assassinated three doors from his home; by an illegal alien gangbanger from Mexico. The killer was negligently released from jail (prior gun charges), on March 1, 2008 and assassinated Jamiel the very next day on March 2, 2008. Jamiel's Mother was serving in Iraq at the time. She's still Serving in the Army. The illegal alien killer was sentenced to death row in November, 2012. http://tinyurl.com/lwzn5rg
On Tonight's broadcast, Jamiel Shaw Sr., will be talking about the Execution of his Son
http://www.isupportjamielslaw.com/ & the Deportation of illegal alien gangs; H.R. 1041 https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/1041/committees; The 287g program & Three of the Five LA County Board of Supervisors aiding & abetting illegal aliens http://tinyurl.com/9pmaw; LAPD; LASD; Plus much more! If you can, tune in.
Introducing Derrick Hardaway. Derrick is a teacher and as a band director at Wooddale Middle School in Memphis, TN. Derrick not only marched with our host in college but had a very important responsibility at the same time. Tonight we meet Derrick to find out where he is from, his role in college and what he is doing now in the Memphis area. Please call in at 718 664 6025, you can join our chat room live on the page of the broadcast. You can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
By Twomucht, Topix National News Editor,
Welcome to All About Gwinnett. National News Editor, Tom Livsey and Snellville City Hall Councilman, Dave Emanuel, will be the talk show hosts. The talk show is the 'Brain Child of Mr. Emanuel.
Each week we cover a different Gwinnett County topic and bring you exclusive insight into business, recreation, politics, arts, entertainment and education.
This week, our guest is Snellville's Mayor Pro Tem Tom Witts. But we're not going to be talking about politics. Instead we're going to talk about the well anticipated Snellville Veterans' Memorial, and last night's Memorial Day celebration.
Thousands enjoyed this amazing event that included tributes to our nation's veterans, a concert, craft beer tasting and the launch of hundreds of illuminated balloons with tags bearing the name of a veteran attached.
Come out and support. The Wall is located in front of Snellville, Georgia's City Hall on Min Street.
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County Legislator Doug Bullock talks about issues being decided by the Albany County Legislature
On the show we have the Hon. Duwayne Gregory on the show. Duwayne is the presiding officer of the Suffolk County legislature. He is the first african american be elected to that position. DuWayne has just announced that he will now run for congress. We will also pay homage to all our fallen soldiers and also salute all those soldiers that are active or have served in the US armed service.
The Bergen County Sheriff's Office is the latest agency to explore equipping it's officers with body cameras, as reported in today's Record.
Sheriff Michael Saudino talks about the pilot project on the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio at 2 p.m. May 21.
County Executive James Tedesco talks about why he thinks the body cameras could be a useful tool.
In the second segment of the program, you'll meet Rhonda Richardsen, one of the 2,800 students graduating from Bergen Community College on Thursday.
Richardsen is the first student to graduate from the college's aviation administration program.
What's the matter with Kansas? "The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy recently reported that Kansas has the ninth-most unfair tax system in the county. A Kansan earning $47,700 a year pays 9.5 percent of income in state and local taxes; but someone earning $1,191,700 pays an effective rate of just 3.6 percent."
So much for the 'trickle down' libertarian economic theories masterminded by the Wichita plutocrats Charles & David Koch; and implemented by Gov. Sam Brownback and his cronies in the state legislature.
Here is a very informative article by Larry Weigel recently featured at the Women for Kansas web site "Bleeding Kansas – Revenue shortfall will require grassroots leadership to deal with crisis". Mr. Weigel has appeared multiple times on Radio Free Kansas and in this article describes who, how and why Kansas has entered this dangerous phase of reactionary policies, self-imposed austerity and regressive taxation.
Naomi Fowler's latest world wide informative "Tax Cast" from the Tax Justice Network (30 min. ca.) SUMMARY: Do our politicians believe in the societies they serve or not? The Taxcast looks at making the tax returns of our elected representatives public and the inspirational achievement of journalist Umar Cheema of the Centre for Investigative Reporting in making Pakistan only the fourth country in the world to publish the tax returns of its Parliamentarians. Also: how the British general election demonstrates political capture by finance interests; libertarian paradise – the world's newest tax haven; and is Singapore trying to shut down reporting on its tax haven status?