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  • 01:28

    Term Limits And Bargain Basement Politicians

    in Politics Conservative

    Today we have a conversation about about conservative focus.  It always amazes me what good good people with the best intententions will choose to focus on.  Today we open the conversation up about  term limits and the salary problem of those in congress. 

  • 02:00

    U.S. Term Limits - Time for Citizen Legislators, Not Career Politicians

    in Politics

    It is Time for U.S. Term LImits - Citizen Legislators NOT Career Politicians!

    Guest: Nick Tomboulides, Executive Director of U.S. Term Limits since 2013, overseeing its national grassroots activism efforts in support of a constitutional amendment to term limit the U.S. Congress. Nick also serves as Editor of the Term Limits National Blog at TermLimits.Org.

    U.S. Term Limits has been fighting for term limits at all levels of government since 1992. U.S. Term Limits played a key role in enacting term limits by ballot initiative on 15 state legislatures and 23 congressional delegations, the latter being thrown out by a 1995 Supreme Court decision. Today, USTL’s main focus is on enacting a constitutional amendment to term limit the entire U.S. Congress to no more than three House terms and two Senate terms.
    Get Involved Today. https://termlimits.org/
    Sign Petition https://termlimits.org/ustl-petition/

    Thomas Jefferson wanted Term Limits

    "General Washington set the example of voluntary retirement after eight years. I shall follow it, and a few more precedents will oppose the obstacle of habit to anyone after a while who shall endeavor to extend his term. Perhaps it may beget a disposition to establish it by an amendment of the Constitution." --Thomas Jefferson to J. Taylor, 1805.
    "I apprehend that the total abandonment of the principle of rotation in the offices of President and Senator will end in abuse." --Thomas Jefferson to E. Rutledge, 1788.
    "If the principle of rotation be a sound one, as I conscientiously believe it to be with respect to this office, no pretext should ever be permitted to dispense with it, because there never will be a time when real difficulties will not exist and furnish a plausible pretext for dispensation." --Thomas Jefferson to H. Guest, 1809.

  • 01:13

    Police Misconduct, Term Limits, and Government Waste (11.20.14)

    in Politics Conservative

    Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, fires away at tyranny and advances liberty. Shane takes on the following issues:

    1. What happens when the government detains someone when no crime has been committed? What does the Fourth Amendment say? Tune in for this fiery debate. 

    2. Our founders established four year terms for our president, yet the 22nd Amendment establishes term limits. 

    3. What does government waste money on? Bet you've never heard of some of the things. 

    Facebook: Liberty Storm with Shane Krauser
    Twitter: Shane Krauser

    Find out more about how to get involved by going to Freedom Fires or Shane Krauser Enterprises.

  • 00:59

    Could Term Limits Save America?

    in Politics

    This episode is the next edition in our series, The War to Save America. We look into whether Term Limits could help fix issues like the National Debt and the gridlock in congress. We also discuss if Term Limits are not the answer, then what is? Find out in this exciting Current Issues Show episode, exclusively on TrueChat Radio.  This is a rerun from August 2013.

  • 01:03

    Term Limits: Yes or No?

    in Politics

    Join your favorite hosts and a special quest to discuss Term Limits at the National and State Level!

  • 00:59

    Could Term Limits Save America?

    in Politics

    This episode is the next edition in our series, The War to Save America.  We look into whether Term Limits could help fix issues like the National Debt and the gridlock in congress.  We also discuss if Term Limits are not the answer, then what is?  Find out in this exciting Current Issues Show episode, exclusively on TrueChat Radio.

  • 01:31

    Otter Limits Radio - Term Limits / Scott Esk

    in Politics

    Your politically awkward host Steve Long presents an equally awkward look at the world blending politics and pop culture from a libertarian perspective.  

  • 01:26

    Congressional Term Limits; Public Defender Furloughs

    in News

    Chapter 1: Congress to consider term limits amendment to U.S. Constitution
    Congressman Matt Salmon is in his fourth term, but that hasn’t stopped him from proposing a Constitutional amendment to impose term limits on members of Congress to just two. This follows Senator David Vitter’s similar proposal in January to the Senate. A recent Gallup poll puts favorability for Congressional term limits at 75 percent but a Constitutional Amendment requires more than a popular position even if Congress were to approve it. We talk to Phil Blumel, President of U.S. Term Limits.
    Chapter 2: Public defenders seeing furloughs under sequestration
    This year marks 50 since the Supreme Court gave the guarantee of legal defense regardless of one’s ability to pay for one in the decision Gideon v. Wainwright. Many more cases have been decided since then that have impacted the definition of that right, but simple economics has impacted it more than any legal precedent. In many public defenders’ offices, heavy case loads and a lack of resources mean, in practical terms, an erosion of that right. Now news that public defenders are no exception to furloughs due to sequestration cuts threatens to exacerbate the problem. We talk to Jonathan Rapping, law professor at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School and a career public defender who founded Gideon’s Promise.

  • 00:30

    Government Needs Term Limits or Else

    in Politics

    US Officials are elected, appointed, hired. and without term limits they can do dirt for as long as they so desire. America need term limits. States with term limits. All divisions, branches need term limits. TenureCorrupts.com Voting is not term limits. When we get term limits we will get corrupt officials & corrupt billionaires out of US government.
    Millionaires buys midterm elections. Term limits brings the buying of elections to a screetching halt for politicians and CEOs. Millionaires do one thing. Millionaires watch their money and watch for ways to grow their money. Millionaires are being elected to watch tax payers dollars. Millionaires look for oppportunity to gain tax payers dollars. Millionaires invest in getting elected so they can grow their money. Not yours. It has nothing to do with you. Term limits will end this. Oversight ends this. Accountability ends this.
    Make this election about you this time around. You need JOBs, Affordable health care, Veteran Jobs and support services for Veterans. US needs more teachers, firefighters, police officers, public workers. Mitt Romney is the man with the plan to make these jobs obsolete. Which ones of these things can you do without now and decades from now? Vote for (President Barack Obama) the man with a plan to keep government workers and to increase the capabilities of government workers, and to pay government workers for performance

  • 00:23

    Living, Caring, Learning and Sharing W/Don Durant

    in Writing

    The farce called the "War on drugs" has really been a war on people of color and the poor. There is something deadly wrong about America's criminal justice system which chooses long, punitive prison terms over rehabilitation. Prisons are not manufacturing Centers and products made at 25 cents and hour are made and sold overseas. It is time that the people rose up to make changes in our Congress, when "Conservative Right" leaning members of Congress can bring productivity to a halt.  The election of a Speaker is on hold till forty or so Congressmen say so...Congress should be made to have term limits, and the retirement program, of $174,000 for a single Senatorial term should be eliminated...

  • 00:29

    Who Says It's a Constitutional Convention? (Part 1)

    in US Government

    Today's episode will begin a series considering the phrase "Constitutional Convention", as it has been used for decades to describe the second mode of amending the Constitution as defined in Article V.  This will be an introductory presentation, laying some basic ground work, highlighting both opponents and proponents of an Article V "convention for proposing amendments" using the phrase "Constitutional Convention", and beginning the discussion regarding whether that is helpful, or harmful, to the understanding of the meaning of Article V.

    The news segment will be a bit longer, as we missed last week's news, so we have two weeks of news to cover.

    We will definitely allow time for phone calls as well.