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Tonight we start, as all Fridays, with our Legislative update from Representative Mike Moon. Hearings next week on HB376: the selection and binding of delegates to the CoS; HB436: Campus Free Expression; HCR14: Calling a CoS. Other discussion on the agenda include the supremacy of the State Constitution over Federal rulings when defining the life of a child, anti-agenda 21 legislation, food freedom; and much more. You don't want to miss this segment.
Then, in the second segment we will be joined by Judy Sofka and Frieda Keough of Missouri Precinct Project (MOPP) for a lively discussion of emerging issues.
BTR three-time featured host Dave will be joined by his trusty cohort Mike Slack for this exciting two hours of Missouri politics. Join us at 7PM Missouri Time, Friday night. As always, you are encouraged to interact with our guests at the studio line 347-677-1835.
JR The Bossman (@JRTheBossman) will be joined by "Hollywood Alec" to chop it up on all the FUI's that made complete fools of themselves in the previous week.
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Last July, the Delaware General Assembly established the Unclaimed Property Task Force (the “Task Force”) to inquire into, examine, study, and make findings and recommendations related to improving fairness and compliance in Delaware’s unclaimed property program.
They have now enacted the first part of the unclaimed property reform legislation.
Today, we are speaking with Trish Hopper, Senior Director, State & Local Tax and Advisory, Altus Group US Inc., about this and more.
Tonight is freestyle Thursday and we have a special guest with us! Aaron Eick from the Racine Teachers Union we'll be on talking about the Right to Work Act and why the unions don't agree with this new legislation from Gov Scott Walker and the Wisconsin elected officials. For any one who wants to call in, listen or follow the show, feel free to do 1 of the following: Join Apex Talk Radio
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1st HOUR: Law and Disorder Radio is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States and broadcasting on the web. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government. This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.
2nd Hour: A rare archival recording from Bristol (U.K.) Broadband Cooperative. David Barsamian of Alternative Radio originally produced this prescient hit lecture. About the lecturer: Philip Agee was a former Central Intelligence Agency officer who served in Latin America. After resigning from the CIA he lectured and wrote on the Agency's clandestine operations. His activities were not unnoticed. Ex CIA Director and later President Bush the first called Agee "a traitor to our country." He is the author of "Inside the Company: CIA Diary" and "On the Run." He died in Cuba in January 2008.
Our guest will be Janine Blaeloch, Founder & Director of Western Lands Project, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that fights public land privatization in order to protect the environment and the public interest. Their mission is to scrutinize public land trades, sales, giveaways, and any project that would cede public land. Their goal is to keep public land public.
Janine will talk about the destructive utility-scale solar plants planned on 19 million acres of public lands open to industrial solar applications, instead of alternatives that would focus solar development on degraded lands and in the already-built environment.
Each year, approximately 200 land deals are proposed by the Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service, in addition to those introduced by legislation. The BLM & the Forest Service do exchanges of land with private parties, including timber companies, mining corporations, ranchers, and developers
While the two sides must get lands of equal market value, and the exchange must create a net benefit for the public, the appraisal process can be corrupted and the public interest is often ignored. For years, the Forest Service was trading lushly forested lands to timber companies in exchange for the cut-over, damaged land the companies had already exploited.
And in the U.S. Congress, members wheel, deal, carve up, and give away public lands with no regulations to hinder them. Frequently, the bottom line is the direct, pragmatic opportunity to reward friends or curry political favor through the gift of public land.
Today we are privileged to have Stephen Black, a former homosexual, who runs First Stone Ministries and who is a member of The Restored Hope Network.
Stephen was the Chairman of the ministry counsel of the now defunct Exodus International and was there when Alan Chambers decided to shut down this ministry that used to believe in the possibility of homosexuals changing. Stephen will share with us what happened behind the scenes at Exodus International, and explain the unbiblical grace doctrine that many who profess to be homosexual Christians now embrace.
If time permits, Stephen will also address current legislation that his working its way through Oklahoma.
Visit Stephen’s websites at http://www.firststone.org and http://www.stephenblack.org
Today's episode is sponsored in part by The Chronopticus Chronicles.
James M. Breaker, Jr LTC, Retired U.S. Army. I have deep roots in Jacksonville's northside community. I’m a devoted family man, married for 32 years, the father of five sons and 2 grandchildren. The Breakers are long time active members of St. Pius the V Catholic Church where I serve as an Extra Ordinary Minister of the Eucharist. I attended Jacksonville area schools and is a proud graduate of William M. Raines Class of 1971. I earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Marketing/Management from the University of North Florida. After graduating from college, I was commissioned as an Officer in the United States Army. I served honorably in "Operation Enduring Freedom" and retired at the rank of LTC after 26 years of service to our country.
I declined several promising job offers because I feel that I’m needed more in my community. As a Real Estate Developer, I have continued to work in the community by revitalizing commercial and residential property for the beautification and economic development of our community. I am already heavily involved in community and business development plans for District 8 (The District of Soul). I have been a businessman in District 8 for over 25 years and a Real Estate Developer for more than 10 years. I have successfully developed real estate in Sweet Water/West Jacksonville, East Jacksonville, New Town as well as the District of Soul. I’m an avid lifetime supporter of business development in the northwest quadrant and active Board Member for the Jacksonville Black Chamber of Commerce, First Coast Chapter of the National Business League, District of Soul and Jacksonville Youth Works. I am also a member of the SCLC, Knights of Peter Claver, Knights of Columbus, American Legion Post and the VFW.
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org www.jamesbreaker.com
Oh, my! The hot topic of the day is Marijuana, Hemp, medical and recreational. Can you tell the differences? What is legal and where? What is beneficial and what is growing in healthcare? What is 'growing and where', in your back yard, the local clinic or the fields of green in the West? So many questions and so little correct information. Today is Cannabis 101!
Did you hear the special for today's listeners and the telephone number given? You must say you listened to the show for the special when you call.
Chris Boucher is one of the true American pioneers of the modern USA hemp industry. He is the founder of the Hemp Industries Association in 1992, co-wrote the first California and Colorado Industrial Hemp Legislation Act of 1995 and Vice President of Product Development at CannaVest. Chris is the top hemp expert in the country.
For more information visit: www.cannavest.com
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