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What would happen if hundreds of people from 159 Counties in the State of Georgia swore-out private citizen warrants and initated criminal charges against Governor Nathan Deal and Attorney General Sam Olens? Well, this episode will discuss a "Warrant for Criminal Charges Against Georgia's Governor Nathan Deal," and the State Attorney General. We will discuss the adverse effects of Georgia's private citizen warrant under OCGA 17-4-40 where citizens initiate criminal charges against members of the public with no oversight by the Georgia legislatures, judges or members of law enforcement; notice is required, but judges have abandoned the notice provision and no police or investgative report is required to consider issuance of a warrant . We will discuss how simple it is for Georgia's Governor Nathan Deal and others to be the subject of an application for a warrant and arrest and we will discuss what Governor Nathan Deal can do by way of an executive order to issue an immediate Moratorium and Directive on the issuance of private citizen warrants. The moratorium will authorize reexamination of the law authorizing private citizen warrants as well as whether Georgia should repeal their laws and akin to states like Tennessee, whether Georgia should amend its laws to authorize summons as oppose to warrants, whether the onus on the party with the Burden of Proof to establish as a matter of law the existence of fact of all elements of his or her case should shift from "probable cause" to Clear and Convincing for issuing a warrant or to Beyond a Reasonable Doubt before a person can be subject to deprivation of their liberty (jailed).
Horace Julian Bond (born January 14, 1940), known as Julian Bond, is an American social activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement, politician, professor, and writer. While a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early 1960s, he helped to establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Bond was elected to four terms in the Georgia House of Representatives and later to six terms in the Georgia Senate, having served a combined twenty years in both legislative chambers. From 1998 to 2010, he was chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the first president of theSouthern Poverty Law Center.
Southern Fried Championship Wrestling's Shindig II takes place June 6 and features some of indie wrestling's biggest stars, many making their SFCW debuts. Seemingly a perfect fit for Southen Fried, the Ol' Dixie Bastards, consisting of Premiere Wrestling Xperience Innovative Television Champion "Son of the South" Billy Brash and "The Human Hand Grenade" dany only will be part of the anniversary festivities. They're also this week's Georgia Wrestling Now guests. Wrestling with Pop Culture's Jonathan Williams, New Generation Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion The Jagged Edge, SFCW owner Charles Anschutz and Anarchy Wrestling color commentator John "The Body" Johnson also discuss recent and upcoming events in WWE, Total Nonstop Action, Ring of Honor and the Georgia scene, with additional commentary from Dr. Joseph Brock III. Listen live every Monday at 7 p.m. EST and call 347-324-5735 for questions and comments.
Down South and Dirty continues it's Series on being Democratic and living in Georgia. This week we will talk about the County Party system and Grassroots efforts to reach out to Democratic supporters in Georgia. So join Scout Smith and Stacey Hopkins as we talk County Parties of the DPG. We will get down and dirty only the way Down South and Dirty can!
This week it's the Florida Law Girl LIVE covering all the HOT TOPICS when it comes to our world even international law!! this Tuesday Night at 8pmCST & make sure you call in 917-889-8224!
FlLawGirl is a licensed attorney in Florida since 2001. She works in the areas of corporate law, focusing on Trademarks, Intellectual Property and Domain Law.
After law school, she traveled to Caracas, Venezuela studying Latin American Legal Systems and International Law. She has worked for South Florida companies such as Sensormatic Electronics, Tyco International and Corporate Creations, specializing in licensing and corporate regulations. She has also worked in local government in South Florida as an Assistant City Attorney.
FlLawGirl is active in social issues concerning basic human rights. She has been on numerous boards of non-profit organizations in Florida and Arkansas that promote justice for the LBGT community. She is an active member of the Human Rights Campaign seeking equal treatment and fighting discrimination of the LBGT community throughout the U.S.
Most recently she has been active in defeating the proposed RFRA in the Arkansas legislature which would have given the right to freely and openly refuse service and promote hate and discrimination to the LBGT community in Arkansas.
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The world is changing. Relationships are changing. Women are more independent and taking the lead in realtionships now. Some men are confused on how to handle such independence, but on the other hand some men know exactly how to handle the independence. Nevertheless, this Tuesday June 2, 2015 Grown Folks Talk brings another topic to the roundtable that warrants serious discussion.
Tonight's subject matter is "“The Truth Behind What a Man Really Need and Want From "The Independant Woman" in a Relationship Part I." Join this explosive dialogue as we dive into the minds of men on this topic. Dial (347) 324-5327. Or go to www.blogtalkradio.com/taylorkennediemedia
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A DAILY WORD FROM MAKU: THE EIGHTEENTH MONTH THE NINTEENTH DAY JUNE 2, 2015 "IT IS A SIN TO CALL ANOTHER A SINNER."
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This program is being recorded for the NY State Legislature. Oppose Assembly Bill A791a and Senate Bill S4324 calling for increased and mandated meningitis vaccines for 6th and 11th graders.
Adrian Koesters holds an MFA in poetry from the Rainier Writing workshop at Pacific Lutheran University and a Ph.D. in fiction and poetry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her first book of poems, Many Parishes, was published by BrickHouse Books as part of their New Poets Series, and other work has appeared in Berkeley Review, The Gettysburg Review, Hotel Amerika, and elsewhere. She has been a poetry and fiction assistant editor at Prairie Schooner and fiction editor at A River and Sound Review. She taught writing at UNL and the Creighton University MFA program, and lives in Omaha, Nebraska. Web URL: www.adriankoesters.com
Koesters' Many Parishes is an original. The poems seem to smack the hard-ass contemporary world up against a deep spiritual sense, until we see they're one and the same. Adrian Koesters is able to write of men calling out to a ten-year old ''spinster'' to ''come on down, sweetheart, I got something over here to show you,'' and allow us to feel in her small, frightened heart the identical anguish of soul as in the nun who's ''divided from the principalities and goes in terror of them.'' These poems, like the nuns, ''take things personally.'' They're lyrical confessions of the deepest griefs--abuse, divorce, doubt, and loneliness. They provide absolution, and positively joy, in their skillful and lucid singing. --Fleda Brown, author of No Need of Sympathy
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with founder of the Magnaforce Mounted Archery Club, Debra Redman, about her new group, their goals, and activities. Debra, owner of WEST, Win Win Equine Services and Therapy in Buchanan, Georgia, developed the club to complement her offerings through WEST. Both able-bodied and disabled individuals benefit from the club. Debra reveals some of the terminology and tools used in mounted archery as well as talks about upcoming events and clinics for the new members. Listen to Debra's horse story on Tuesday, June 2, at 8:00 am CST, on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.