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John Merlau, State Senate candidate for District 28, discusses how too much regulation is bad for business, bad for Indiana, and bad for residents of Indiana's District 28.
Across the state of Georgia, every race to the Georgia State House and the Georgia State Senate were being watched intensely. With Republicans controlling the State House and the State Senate, Democrats were trying to gain seats while Republicans were trying to maintain them. Who were the candidates and how did they fair in the big scheme of things? Who won? What were the platforms? What were the ideas to make Georgia better? What is their take on the elections of 2014 and how will it impact the 2015 legislative session? Who will return to the campaign trail in 2016? Let's hear it straight from the candidates themselves!
Tonight is the Liberal Dan Radio election recap. I will be discussing mostly the big elections in the Senate and some Governors races. I will also briefly discuss some of the Louisiana issues that came up.
Who is at fault for the loss? Was this a referendum on Obama's agenda? Were the Democrats too weak spined? Does it make sense that people voted Republicans into office even though Republicans had a lower approval rating than the President? And what will happen now that the Senate is controlled by the GOP?
Those questions and more tonight on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right.
And if you are listening after the live broadcast and want to comment, please see the show thread at LiberalDan.com.
The New York Times reported today that the Senate has faulted the CIA over extenisve brutality used to interrogate prisoners for information. Have they gone to far? What does this say about the governemnet as a whole? Are there any considerations of oversight necessary for the amount of current CIA control? How should the CIA and other government agencies responsible for negotiation handle the interrogation of people? We will discuss these questions and more on tonight's episode of The Current Issues Show brought to you by TrueChat Radio.
In tonight's episode of the Current Issues Show on TrueChat we discuss how the Republican's prospects may be brightening in the senate. Could the GOP make a real attempt to gain control of the senate? What would this mean for the government, the people, and the president? Is the GOP turning around or not? Find out tonight when your favorite hosts discuss this topic. We will also will debate how to reform immigration.
John Merlau, State Senate candidate for District 28, talks about the problem with the current State funding formula. It helps the big schools, but hurts the smaller, rural schools--like those in District 28.
THIS WEEK ON BACKROOM POLITICS...BREAKING NEWS...THE SENATE AND SENATE DEMOCRATS RELEASE THE CIA "TORTURE REPORT"....WHAT IS CONTAINED IN THE REPORT... DOES THIS HURT OUR INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY....WHAT IS THE FALL OUT....A NEW YORK CITY GRAND JURY FAILS TO INDICT OFFICERS FOR THE GARNER DEATH ON STATEN ISLAND...IS THIS CONFIMRATION THAT OUR COUNTRY NEEDS BIGGER DIALOUGE ON RACE RELATIONS?...AND ROLLING STONE'S CREDIBILITY IS CALLED INTO QUESTION AFTER A STORY DETAILING SEXUAL ABUSE ON CAMPUS AT UVA...HOW BAD IS THE DAMAGE AND IS THIS A BLOW TO VICTIMS RIGHTS?...THIS AND TELL ME A STORY ON THIS WEEK'S BACKROOM POLITICS!
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Congress should have more partisanship about ideas and less about the legislative process - but of course, Harry (G)Reid won't; Not that anyone’s paying attention, or believes Jim Geraghty's misplaced optimism, but the thinks GOP House candidates are set for a great cycle; Taking the Senate would give the GOP control of the legislative process, and that would mean very little, given that their first order of business would be to restore full minority party rights; And if even it did, remember who has the veto pen in addition to his pile of Imperial Executive decrees.
On this special Get Out The Vote (GOTV) episode of The Social Spitball Show, Dr. David Alameel returns to speak with us about how his campaign for United States Senate is going as his Lone Star State quickly approaches the start of Early Voting.
Dr. Alameel gave an outstanding interview last time and we look forward to hearing more of his tales from the campaign trail. His opponent in the November 4 election is Republican U.S. Senator John Cornyn, who is one of the worst offenders against the people in Congress. With the Texas governor's race tightening and Dr. Alameel's friend Senator Wendy Davis gaining more ground everyday, Tune in to find out how that blue energy is affecting Dr. Alameel's race.
As the only guest on our show, Dr. Alameel will have plenty of time to talk about the issues that matter to Texans and Americans in general.
Let's get the conversation going...
Aaron will be welcoming U.S. Senate Candidate from Georgia Amanda Swafford on the show.
Aaron will be discussing the Georgia political scene as the nation prepares for election day. Give Aaron a call at (646) 200-3400.
Aaron is the new voice of Conservative talk radio. Unafraid and aggressive he will take on anyone, including Republicans.
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Elected MP for Glasgow Hillhead in 1987. Expelled from the Labour Party in 2003 over his stance on Iraq, and the following year co-founded the Respect Party. Won Bethnal Green in 2005 election, but at the 2010 election lost out in Poplar and Limehouse. This week he won Bradford West. Galloway opposed the 1991 gulf war and was critical of the effect that the subsequint santions had on the people of Iraq. In a 28 March 2003 interview that Tony Blair and George W. Bush had "lied to the British Air Force and Navy, when they said the battle of Iraq would be very quick and easy. They attacked Iraq like wolves. ..." and added, "... the best thing British troops can do is to refuse to obey illegal orders. This incitement was later among the formal reasons for his expulsion from the Labour Party. He called the Labour Government "Tony Blair's lie machine
In May 2005, a US Senate committee report accused Galloway along with former French minister Charles Pasqua of receiving the right to buy oil under the UN's oil-for-food scheme. On arriving in the US, he told Reuters, "I have no expectation of justice from a group of Christian fundamentalist and Zionist activists." Galloway described Coleman as a "pro-war, neocon hawk and the lickspittle of George W. Bush," who, he said, sought vengeance against anyone who did not support the war in Iraq.
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