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It is purely by accident that today's first didcussion will be on politicians and ethics will be follwed with SC Attorney General ALan Wilson. Two totally different topics.
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One would think if someone is an elected official who is responsible to enforce existing laws and is a contributing creator of new laws that person would be an ethical individual. Too many times we find that Law Makers (politicians) + Ethics proves to be an oxymoron. Why is it so difficult for these people to be ethical, law abiding individuals? They expect everyone else to be law abiding citizens. They insist everyone else to be ethical. Confusing isn't it?
SC Attorney General Alan WIlson will be joining us during the second half of the morning show. General Wilson has the achieved the reputation of being one of the country's best States Attorneys. As he battles Federal Overreach to protect State's Rights, Political (public) Corruption, Illegal Alien Issues, Human Trafficking and Online Safety Alan Wilson has proven himself to be "THe People's Attorney".
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This episode will discuss the legacy of Attorney General Eric Holder and the Stock Market Plummet of 264 Pts. Is there a correlation? We will discuss his role as attorney general, including the office of civil rights, his role in addressing LGBT rights, and voting rights. We will also discuss "why now?” Why is he resigning during the midterm elections. We will discuss the stock market plummeting 264 points, was it because of tech stocks or something bigger? Who will replace Attorney General Eric Holder and what is his legacy as the First African American Attorney General and as the AG under the Obama Administration.
After reviewing the candidates for Wisconsin's Attorney General it would very clear that the liberal democrat Susan Happ would be the worst person for the job. Her idea is not to defend all the laws in the State of Wisconsin, but just what she feels like and just not enforce any state laws but just what she feel like defending.
The AG is part of the executive banch of government and under the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin the executive branch of Governemnt is to just enforce the law, and not the laws that they feel like defending. now such things that Susan Happ would want to defend is just the things that protant to woman only.
To interpertate this correctly Susan happ hates all males and all children, plus the family.
Susan Happ sounds like a dictator, and is unwilling to obey the law and to enforce the laws like the AG is to do according to both the United States Constitution and Wisconsin's Constitution.
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Mark Obenshain. State Senator Obenshain is the Republican candidate for Virginia's Attorney General. We'll talk about his campaign and his positions on key issues.
Steve Keene. Steve is our Second Amendment and firearms expert for "The American Maverick Show". This week he will talk about his local campaign for Board of Supervisor in Greene County Virginia.
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On this episode we will talk with Bill Wohlsifer Libertarian candidates for Attorney General of Florida Live!TuneIn at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time and 3:30 p.m. Pacific time tonight.www.blogtalkradio.com/patriotnation
Ron Gold is the Republican candidate for Attorney General in the November 2014 election. Gold’s appearance on the show is not surprising given his position favoring the legalization of marijuana, his call for the state to craft regulations allowing for statewide distribution facilities for medical marijuana and, not too surprising for a Republican, his belief that medical marijuana distributors should be able to make a profit which is currently not allowed under California law.
His position on marijuana is in direct contrast to California’s current AG Kamela Harris who laughed at a reporter's question about marijuana legalization earlier this year. It’s no laughing matter that marijuana law reform advocates are aghast at her performance as AG.
As AG, Ms. Harris declined to join other states to remove marijuana from the DEA's list of most-dangerous substances, failed to do much to help the cannabis industry during the 2011 federal Justice Department crackdown and filed an appellate court brief arguing that it is OK to not allow any testimony that a person was following state medical marijuan law.
Kamela Harris’s narrow victory over Republican Steve Cooley was made possible in part by the overwhelming vote she received from marijuana advocates who conducted a statewide campaign dubbed “Anyone but Cooley” to get marijuana consumers to not vote for Cooley. No one believes for a second that marijuana advocates would have been better off with Cooley in office, but still there is major disappointment from the marijuana community over her lack of support.
Mr. Gold speaks about his support for legalization, what the AG’s office under his leadership would do to enhance access to medicinal marijuana for patients and why he would make an overall better AG than the current office holder.
Dem candidate for Massachusetts AG joins us to lay out her many proposals. Her platform goes far beyond the civil rights activities she is best known for in the current administration.
We'll touch on casinos (against), deep and wide reform to criminal justice and gun violence, consumer protection for the elderly, college students and other, and a wide variety of expanded and enhanced rights for many groups. She defines herself by her progressive visions. That includes going to root causes of addiction, crime and even income inequality.
"The American Maverick Show" host, Flint Engleman, has a great line-up for this week's show.
This week's episode of features Virginia State Senator Mark Obenshain. Senator Obenshain is a candidate seeking the Republican nomination for Virginia's Attorney General. We'll discuss some of the key laws passed by this year's Virginia General Assembly. Plus, hear about Senator Mark Obenshain's campaign for Attorney General.
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Mr Holder is the first black US attorney general and has had the fourth longest tenure in the post in history resinged today September 25th, 2014. Listen to The Gist of Freedom with Roy Paul www.BlackHistoryUnversity.com
Now that Holder feels he has accomplished more in recent months in the areas of prison and sentencing reform and helped restart a national conversation about racial justice in light of the shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., the people said, he feels more comfortable with leaving government.
In August 2014, Holder became controversial again when he ordered the Department of Justice to investigate events surrounding the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown at the hands of Ferguson, Missouri police officer, Darren Wilson. He ordered the DOJ to investigate possible civil rights violations related to the shooting and excessive force Ferguson police used against Brown supporters following the incident.
Eric H. Holder, Jr., U.S. Attorney General since 2009, was born on January 21, 1951 in the Bronx, New York to parents of Barbadian descent, Eric, a real estate agent and Miriam Holder, a telephone operator. Holder was raised in East Elmhurst, Queens, a community which included a number of famous African Americans such as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Harry Belafonte, and Sidney Poitier. Civil rights activist Malcolm X lived two blocks from young Holder and on one occasion in 1964, then recently crowned heavy weight champion Muhammad Ali entertained him and other community children on the steps of the Malcolm’s house.
Holder entered Columbia University where he participated in sit-ins by African American students. In 1973, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in U.S. history from Columbia and then entered Columbia University Law School, earning a J.D. in 1976.