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The show today begins a three week investigation into the Coffee Party USA. Our first show will look at the origins of this organization, from the single comment first posted on a FaceBook page to more than 1,100 paid members and 400,000 "Likes" on the main FaceBook page for the group.
It is an amazing, and sometimes controversial history. As a Non-Profit Grassroots organization to a mainstream political movement, Coffee Party USA has in its past ignited the passions and activism of American citizens across our land--and even on multiple continents.
Like any truly grassroots organization, the Coffee Party USA has seen both success and failure, riding the wave of American political life from your house to the White House, and every step in between.
For the activities, activists and activism of America, grassroots organizations are full of excitement and difficulty as they work to become the change they seek in our land.
Citizen becomes the change they seek. It is most often a rugged and dirty, messy business fraught with danger, and replete with amazing success for those who can safely navigate the often murky waters of activism.
We hope you will join us as we begin a conversation, a journey, and a real look at what makes grassroots activism succeed and fail. Our chat room is open, and our phone lines are available.
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Please tune in as our hosts discuss current events and catch up on Texas Grassroots politics with scheduled guest Adam Cahnman.
Minnesota State Auditor Rebecca Otto joins us for an interview. We will discuss a lot of things among them the primary election a look a head to the general election in Novemember, also the issues she see's that need to be addressed and much more tune in.
Tonight's Politics: Second Murder. Ferguson. Unrest. Guests include writer/singer John Milton Wesley (MD), DeeAnna Lopes (TX), and LaQuay Juel (NJ) of Obsidian News. National panel discusses Ferguson and the second murder. Panel discusses history of race relations in the US.
Perry on Donk indictment: "I wouldn’t change a thing"; "Criminal" politics used against Perry, Walker, Christie, D'Souza - and they're far from the first; Video surfaces of drunk DA accusing Governor Perry of "abuse of power" (an encore presentation); Rich Lowry catches up to me on the real Donk motivations for the Perry persecution; Three diametrically opposed forces are now in play in Ferguson; Is the enemedia the new criminal justice system? For whites and Republicans....yes! It! Is!; Contra smug liberals, riots in Missouri are a far cry from sectarian violence in the Middle East - but they're getting there.
THIS WEEK ON BACKROOM POLITICS...SPECIAL GUEST KSDK ANCHOR PAT MCGONIGLE REPORTS FROM FERGUSON, MISSOURI AND PROVIDES INSIGHT ON THE TENSION THERE...ALSO, HAS THE MEDIA BEEN A FACTOR IN THE TENSION AND IS THE MILITARIZATION OF THE POLICE TOO MUCH?... POLITICAL ATTORNEY ELLIOT BERKE PROVIDES ANALYSIS ON THE GOV. RICK PERRY INDICTMENT...AMERICA CONTINUES MILITARY OPERATIONS IN NORTHERN IRAQ, IS THIS A SMART MOVE FOR THE ADMINISTRATION? THIS AND "TELL ME A STORY" THIS WEEK ON BACKROOM POLITICS.
The riots in Ferguson, MO over hte kllling by police of an unarmed black man has been international news for 2 weeks.
But will it impact the mid term elections?
Join us for another truth-telling episode of the RINO Hour of Power, with your host Rick Moran and co-hist tonight, Oregon political consultant Jeff Kropf.
Joining us for a discussion of Ferguson and politics will be Rod Kackley of PJ Media's election hub, The Grid.
The show streams live from *;00 - 9:00 PM Eastern time. A podcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
Join us at 7:15pm EST 2 talk about the NFL, Mo’Ne Davis, and Texas Gov. Perry’s indictment. Then our guests, Jonathan LaGrone & Dr. Smith-Missouri community activist and a police officer to discuss the Michael Brown shooting, what’s next for Ferguson, Missouri and the National Guard. Call us at 213-943-3655.
Fasten your seat belts. It started with the Ferguson Police, then Missouri Governor called in the State Highway Patrol and now there is an effort to get the United Nations involved. With Al Sharpton and the Black Panthers along with others from out of state interfering with our community, it seems like they are inciting more national attention yet.
Tonight we have two special guests: A veteran police officer who worked in a nearby community, Dan Benson and William Grigg, former correspondent, researcher, and senior editor for The New American Magazine.
Now the police are arresting elected officials and the media for being present during the order to disburse. Who is in the right? What is right? Dan and William will share from their experiences and will explain the proper constitutional jurisdictions.
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Tonight we will delve into the fight for the legalization of marijuana. Our guest will be entrepreneur, Jasmine O’Day! She has more than 30 businesses which include marijuana dispenseries. She will help to bring out the truths about the drug, it’s benefits and side effects.
On the second half of the show, we will have supervisor of elections Jerry Holland. He will talk to us about the redistricting of congressional districts right here in florida. If you didn’t think things could get any more confusing for the voters in florida, just wait until you hear this!
The possibilities are unlimited and the information invaluable when you are listening to “Let’s Talk Politics with Fredrick Wilson!” See you tonight at 7pm!
Tonight's Politics w/ Ric Rare (Portland Observer), DeeAnna Lopes (Florida), Will Hanna (Baltimore) and LaQuay Juel (NJ, Obsidian News). Topic, once again, is Ferguson: The Aftermath. National Discussion on Ferguson: Civil and Human Rights; behind the scene violence, arrests, and hospitalizations. Timeline on Mike Brown's murder. The autopsy report stated there were 6 shots, including two to the head - one that actually into the top of his skull. Video tape. Mainstream media's contribution to racial profiling, homicide justification. Role of social media. Wakeup call for Black America. The militarization of cities across America, like Baltimore, as noted by Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Meet The Press yesterday. Also, breaking news about resignation of Dick Cologne in Baltimore's Park Heights Community.