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Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* An openly-lesbian legislator in Hawaii votes against gay marriage because the bill had no exemptions for religious freedom.
* Another court rules against ObamaCare.
* A preacher in Pakistan is thrown into jail for talking about Jesus.
Look around. Are there any roaming in your neck of the woods? We can start with the "Responsible Republicans" aka GOPers, who refuse to call for impeachment. Any reason to say impeachment of whom? Then we'll bring the conversation back home, to the local level, to your neck of the Federal District woods.
This episode, with your help, we'll "turn the light on" these "Responsible Republicans". Will they stand and defend themselves with more than "rhetoric"? Or scurry to dark their hidden places?
Maybe you'll be surprised...maybe not and just maybe, you'll hear your name mentioned.
Side note: Here's a couple, three sites to whet your appetite and possibly turn your eyes red with anger (and maybe turn your stomach). Montana Floodlight and Bruce Tutvedt: Lobbyist or Legislator?
And here's a site we can use to turn the "floodlight" on them. http://www.rinolist.org/rinos/
Do you know when you are being "Yankee Doodled?" Is your legislator your "friend?" Do you fall for every conservatively worded speech, but never recognize when you have been hoodwinked, by your "friend," after the legislative session ends? Tonight, Cindy McGee and I give a couple of examples of Yankee Doodle Legislation hoodwinking. The signs you should look for and what you can do about it. You don't want to miss this one. This show will help you take control of the process and be a force to be reckoned with as the Tea Party rises again.
May 23, 2014
A Conversation with Stan Hess – “On Ethno Activism”
Stan Hess is a long time Ethno Activist and a former Radio Host at VOR – Voice of Reason Network.
Stan Hess worked many years ago to successfully have a California legislator sponsor a “European-American Day”.
Stan Hess is an adult child of Zionist parents. He believes the smartest White folks are blue collar and those who have been mugged on city streets or in the halls of academia. Stan believes in subverting the dominant paradigm of rampaging Kosher hucksterism by mocking our oppressors and developing our own community based comedy skits. Stan refers to these skits as political performance art. He believes white folks are way too serious Stan says, after all, every joke is a tiny revolution. Be the change.
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Konbanwa to our learned and metaphysically fit listening audience! Welcome to another fiery fact finding mission, courtesy of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm. Join your hosts, Dburt and Captain Kirk as they discuss the following current event laden issues: Dburt finally checked out Godzilla and they became great friends; Chirlane McCray, the First Lady of New York causes a stir when she disclosed that her foray into motherhood was not a natural fit (and did NY media report her story fairly?) ; and in yet another local NY/Long Island political dust up, a liberal Nassau County legislator is being called to resign for stating that an adjacent neighborhood was bad "because African-Americans live there”; a Black Voices piece reports that the job market discriminates against recent AA college grads; hopefully (and finally) we'll get a chance to discuss a NY Times article that highlighted a proposal to add PC coding to the elementary school curriculum; Ahmir Thompson aka Questlove has written a rather provocative six part essay, courtesy of Vulture.com on the failures of current Hip Hop culture and lastly, is "Hood Disease" a real phenomenon? Call the show live at 646-915-9620!
Some news articles, some TV clips, a few coffee break discussions are popping up about human trafficking. Isn’t that a problem found only in the slums of Asia? Unfortunately it’s an issue that is much more prevalent than most of us know, and it affects people everywhere – even cherry cheeked farmers’ daughters in Iowa.
Joining us this Saturday for a discussion about what trafficking is, who it affects, and what we can do about it, will be Velma Veloria, former Washington State legislator, and expert on trafficking, will join us. Ms. Veloria was instrumental in passing HB1175, making Washington the first state in the nation to criminalize trafficking. She’s now working to address corporate responsibility around human trafficking, as well as working with Washington legislators to formulate and pass legislation that would make aspects of human rights offenses covered under Washington law. She authored legislation that created a Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on International Trade Policy in the State Legislature. As a former labor organizer, Ms. Veloria has established a track record of for laws and education about family issues across the broader community. In 2011, Ms. Veloria was recognized by the National Women’s Political Caucus (NWPC) with the Women of Courage Award, which is presented to women from diverse backgrounds that have demonstrated courage by taking a stand to further civil rights and equality.
Join us Saturday at 11 to learn more about this significant topic. Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you are able. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways
Tom Vigneulle is running for the 6th Congressional District of Alabama.Tom decided to run for Congress because of his love for God, country, and the constitution. Like you, he is frustrated with Washington bureaucrats who continue to pass federal regulations that burden the middle class. From health care to small business, the American dream is under attack.
Tom will be that voice for the middle class. He is not a professional politician. He plans to be a citizen-legislator who will push back the federal government and empower the states so that government can be restored to its proper place within the means of the constitution.
This show is about sovereignty. Sovereignty in the home, in our local communities, and in our States as well as our Nation. CommonCore, CSCOPE, ObamaCare, the EPA, and a plethora of other schemes and government agencies are trying hard to take away our rights and freedoms.
Join Jennifer Montrose (AL), Dan Wilson (FL), and Scott Osborn (TX) as we discuss the latest happenings and open up a free speech dialogue around the nation. We welcome you to call in and join the discussion!
The stated goal of the left as quoted my MSNBC's Melissa Perry:
"…we’ve always had a private notion of children, your kid is yours and totally your responsibility. We haven’t had a very collective notion of these are our children. So part of it is we have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families and recognize that kids belong to whole communities. "
This has been an issue lately on Facebook. This is visited by children,and is not appropriate for posting nudity. Let's keep it clean! I will be speaking about issues related to vulgar posts, inappropriate words and languge posted on Facebook. My guests will include former Mayor Charles Robinson.and Stephen Stitler State Legislator. Callers will allow themselves to be expressed and issues will be addressed. We will be discussing the elephant in the room. In which everyone sees and doesn't talk about. Members of Facebook have come forward in complaints against it, with no response, this is an opportunity to be heard.https://www.facebook.com/groups/100379153414941/ ( Rethoric) Is this a social disease and can it be prevented.Both sides of the topic, for and against.
Delegate Aisha Braveboy is an accomplished lawyer with over twelve years experience.
In 2006, Ms. Braveboy was first elected to represent the 25th Legislative District in the Maryland General Assembly, and then again in 2010. She was assigned to the House Economic Matters Committee, where she serves as Chair of the Consumer Protection Subcommittee, and member of the Business Regulations and the Banking, Economic Science and Technology Subcommittees.
Ms. Braveboy has received numerous recognitions for her work as a lawyer and as a legislator. She received the 2011 Rising Star award in Super Lawyers Magazine, a publication that features lawyers who have made significant contributions in their field. She has also been honored by the NAACP, the Family Crisis Center, the Washington DC Building Trades Council, the Women Business Owners of Prince George’s County, and many other organizations.
Ms. Braveboy currently serves as Chair of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, and is also a member of the Women’s Caucus.
Legislative highlights include: raising the drop out age in the State from 16 to 18; providing strong, but balanced, criminal justice laws; championing equality in higher education, strengthening homeowner and condo associations, assisting families facing foreclosure, empowering victims of domestic violence; supporting the immigrant community; advocating for workers’ rights, including raising the minimum wage; growing women and minority business opportunities; promoting sustainable growth and economic development; and defending consumer and civil rights.
Ms. Braveboy is a graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park, where she joined the Eta Beta Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. She is also a graduate of Howard University School of Law.
Guest: Brenda Barton AZ House of Reprentatives District 6
Home City: Payson
Born in Arizona’s Gila Valley, Representative Barton is a fifth generation native of rural Arizona. In 1871, her great-great grandfather established the first crossing on the Colorado River, and by 1880, the family settled in Lee Valley in the White Mountains. Brenda spent her early years at the family’s historic homestead in Artesia, just a few miles south of the Gila River in what once was Mexico. Brenda’s Roots and Boots are firmly planted in the rich red soil of Arizona. She was first elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2010 and now serves Legislative District 6 an area stretching from the Grand Canyon through Sedona east to the White Mountains. Representative Barton has quickly moved up in leadership and now serves as Chairman of the House Committee for Agriculture and Water.Representative Barton…
Serves on the North American Council of the State Agriculture and Rural Leaders Legislative Summit
Is the Arizona Chairman of the National State Legislator’s Article V State’s Convention
Represents Arizona as a task force member of the Council of State Governments-Western States
Is a Graduate of the Western Legislative Academy
A Graduate of the Dodie -Londen Excellence in Public Service Leadership Program
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