• 01:00

    Sheree Evens: The fight for widow's benefits from the VA

    in Politics

    Sheree Evans published her book, “By the Grace of God, A Promise Kept” on Valentine's Day, 2015. The book details and documents her fight for her VA Widow's Benefits, after the death of her husband.


    Sheree's husband, Edward “Tommy” Evans, a former Marine from the Viet Nam era, died from brain cancer linked to his exposure to Agent Orange during that war. Her book documents not only his death from Agent Orange, but the subsequent battle she waged and won to gain her widow's benefits, and to establish what the VA already knew: Agent Orange could cause brain cancers in the soldiers who were exposed to it.


    Please join us as Sheree tells of her battle to gain her benefits, fianlly winning in court and the subsequent writing of her book.

  • 01:56

    Trafficking Milo: Maricopa County Probate At Work

    in Legal

    Greg Elofson and his father Milo have come face to face with predators working in Maricopa County Probate Court in Arizona.  Targeted by Adult Protective Services, unscrupulous attorney's and other predators in the system who are operating under cover of the probate court to separate Milo from his small estate and his freedom to live without fear. Greg continues his search for adequate accomodations for his father. 


    Bio:   Greg Elofson is the CEO of By Your Side (byyourside.care), which builds personal rescue beacons for individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's/Dementia.


    He holds a PhD from the University of Arizona in Artificial Intelligence/Cognitive Science, a Juris Doctor degree from the Fordham University School of Law, a Master of Science in Information Systems from the University of Arizona and a Bachelor's degree from Occidental College.


    Greg has been a National Science Foundation Reviewer, published in numerous top international peer-reviewed journals, lectured internationally at schools like the London School of Economics, the Asian Institute of Technology, and Edith Cowan University in Australia, and conferences internationally including those in Helsinki, Geneva, and Paris. Greg also holds certificates in China law from China's #1 law school, Renmin University, and in EU intellectual property law from University College Cork, in Ireland.


    He began his career working at the #1 accounting firm in the world, Arthur Andersen & Co, worked as a Staff Scientist at Science Applications International, was a Professor at Emory University, the University of Miami, Fordham University, and Middlebury college.


    Greg is also a caregiver, looking after his father Milo, while they search for solutions and answers to finding proper assisted care for him, through a mine-field of dangerous interference and malfeasance originating from the Maricopa County probate court.

  • 01:58

    Journalist Mike Volpe: Corruption in Family Courts

    in News

    Mike Volpe returns to discuss the abuses occuring in several states via Family Courts. Volpe's article "Chris Christie named in two lawsuits alleging violations by Family Courts" appears on Rebel Pundit.


    In Connecticut, children were handed over to pedophile rings after their mothers were arbitrarily determined to be mentally ill.


    In New Jersey, " in Bergen County a lawsuit led by Karin Wolf, including more than forty women, will allege that courts ignore abuse on a widespread basis–be it sexual, physical, verbal, or emotional–and instead label women making these allegations as parental alienators or as having a variety of mental illnesses or defects." REBEL PUNDIT


    Later in the show, Mike will discuss Bullied to Death: The Chris Mackney Story     his new book which will be available soon, about the stalking and harassment of Chris Mackney, a man driven to suicide by the abuses in family and divorce courts resulting in the loss of access to his children, financial ruin and repeated arrests spanning several years. 


    Family courts are the last place you want to end up. 


     

  • 01:58

    Marlena Fearing: The corruption in Minnesota Courts & Elsewhere

    in Politics

    Guest : Marlena Fearing, an extraordinary woman who is an accomplished land developer, real estate agent and business owner.  She has also worked tirelessly as a guardian ad litem for children and adults and knows what really goes on inside these courtrooms.  She can speak to the the back room deals that harm so many.  Marlena has also devoted much of her time to caring for the homeless. 


    Licensed Real Estate Broker – Minnesota since 1975


    Licensed Land Developer and General Contractor            


    Licensed Court Appointed Guardian Ad Litem – trained in court room proceedings     


    Licensed in Mexico for Land Development (Odyssey de Mexico)  


    Operation Brotherhood – A Minnesota non-profit corporation - President/CEO- A non-profit organization with a mission statement to serve as “First Call for Help” providing food, housing and shelter for homeless.


    Guardian Ad Litem – Court appointed by Dakota County, MN to serve as an advocate for vulnerable adults and children in a courtroom setting. My role was to advise the court as to the best interest of the vulnerable adult/child.


    Organizations:


    MAGAL – Minnesota Chapter for Guardian Ad Litem


    Women’s League of Minnesota -  Served as Vice- President


    Lions Club, Garrison MN- Lioness/ Women’s Division – Providing food/ shelter


    PFAW – Wrote various articles for publication/Civil Rights Violations


     

  • 00:57

    Troublesome Country: Book review with author James Hufferd

    in Politics

    "Troublesome Country presents an unflinching evaluation of America's true history, as one generation after another betrays our cherished ideals."


    Describing our history as one of war, injustice and greed, Hufferd gives us an unfiltered look at who we are and how we are manipulated by those in government for reasons far different than what we are led to believe.  Are those we are told we should fear really our enemy?  Os is the real enemy someone we know; someone we voted for? 


    Author James Hufferd holds a BA in history, an MA in international studies and a PhD in geography.  He has taught in schools and universities, and has traveled and researched 19 countries including the Arctic and Brazil. 
     

  • 00:03

    Rebroadcast: Tammy Hooks on treatment of disabled adults in Minnesota

    in Politics

    This is a rebroadcast of our Memorial Day show with Tammy Hooks.  Tammy discusses her case dealing with her son who had suffered a severe brain injury. 

  • 01:32

    James McCormick: Helping Veterans Succeed After Service

    in Military

    In coordiantion with Citizens Commssion on Human Rights International (CCHR)


    Tonights guest is James McCormick


    James McCormick is currently a member of the West Virginia Governor’s Council, which serves to advise the Governor and Secretary of Veterans Assistance on matters concerning veterans and their families.


    He is the State Director for the West Virginia Veterans and Warriors to Farming and Agriculture program, a program that assists veterans in becoming involved in agriculture with a real opportunity to enter in to the field of Agriculture and Farming with access to state resources, giving the veteran the maximum opportunity to succeed.


    Owner/operator of Raising Cane Farms www.raisingcanefarms.com


    Former State Chairman for the West Virginia Veterans Coalition, Chapter Commander Post 1863 Military order of the Purple Heart.


    Military Enlisted: Infantry and Cavalry PVT –SSG, Military Officer: Armor/Air Defense/Transportation and Logistics 2LT-CPT


    Retired CPT O-3E in August 2009 Army Wounded warriors AW2 due to combat injuries incurred during Operation Iraqi Freedom, served 16 years enlisted prior to becoming an officer.


    Military Awards: Bronze Star Medal with combat V, Purple Heart Medal , Meritorious Service Medal, ARCOM , AAM , Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Medal, SW Asia campaign Medal with three service stars, Iraq service medal, Armed forces expeditionary medal, War on terrorism service and Expeditionary medal, Reserve Component Achievement medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait and Saudi Arabia), Combat Action Badge.


    Combat Service in Operation Desert Storm 1990-1991 (2/18th Infantry BN 24th Infantry Scout Platoon)


    Combat Service Operation Iraqi Freedom 2004-2005. (518th, 1487th and 106th Trans Battalion).


     


     

  • 01:57

    The Persecution & Prosecution of Ted Taupier in Connecticut Family Courts

    in Politics

    How do you know when a state has no crime and not enough work to justify their budgets ?  When this is the best show in town; when you make up crime like [breach of peace] as a felony worthy of a state and its tax payer budgets.


    Cromwell, Connecticut resident Ted Taupier found himself embroiled in a nasty divorce and a monumental battle for his rights to his children.  In a series of escalating charges, one more ridiculous than the next, Taupier became the target of another corrupt family court system in Connecticut. 


    In one instance:


    "Edward Taupier recklessly created a risk of causing T***** Taupier inconvenience, annoyance, and alarm by offensive conduct that annoyed and
    interfered with T***** Taupier" so reads the complaint against Ted Taupier. 


    Just imagine, now you can be arrested and charged with a felony just for someone saying you annoyed and inconvenienced them and this alarmed you.   Of course, in order to invoke these idiotic statutes, you must be well connected to those who participate in the court, or, be part of the court system itself.  These statutes were enacted in virtually every state to reduce the standards necessary to prosecute individuals who might be trying to blow the whistle on corruption or, misuse of the system by "special" friends of the court.  Of course YOU can't use them unless the court sees a benefit for itself by doing so.  Otherwise, court dockets would be stacked to the ceilings with pending cases against judges, attorney's, and others who routinely annoy, inconvenience and alarm most of us.


    Join us tonight as we discuss the persecution and prosecution of Ted Taupier!


     


     

  • 01:19

    Attorney Allison Folmar: Refusing deadly drugs is not medical neglect

    in Family

    These shows are conducted in coordination with Citizens Council on Human Rights (CCHR)


    Attorney Allison Folmar has been an Attorney for 15 years in the State of Michigan. While in law school Allison received an Award of Excellence in the field of juvenile law.


    Earlier years:


    From 1988-1994 Allison was a Corrections Officer for the State of Michigan Department of Corrections and then went on to become a Probations Officer. Allison assisted in restructuring the Federal mandated Interstate Contact Agreement whereby people on probation and parole are handled so as not to fall through the cracks.


    On the day Maryanne Godboldo’s story broke. Attorney Allison Folmar was in her car listening to the radio. She heard about the police stand off and her first thought was: “This woman is protecting her child from being drugged and they’re gonna take her baby? “Oh, no they’re not!”


    The next day Allison took on the case pro bono.


    And so began her 10 month battle on behalf of Maryanne Godboldo and her daughter.


    She fought and won two legal battles on the fundamental premise that charging a parent with medical neglect for refusing to give their child a deadly drug is not only a complete oxymoron but a violation of the law.



     

  • 02:01

    Tracey Miller: Olmstead Act Violations

    in Family

    This evening Tracey Miller talks about her ongoing battle over the care of her brother who has suffered a long term brain injury.  Tracey is now considering what provisions might be available under the Olmstead Act to finally rescue her brother from the unwanted and unneeded guardianship.  This will be a huge undertaking as there is lots of money at stake. 


    Tracey's brother Mike is a virtual cash cow in the system and one that has been milked for decades.


    In 2009, the Civil Rights Division launched an aggressive effort to enforce the Supreme Court's decision in Olmstead v. L.C., a ruling that requires states to eliminate unnecessary segregation of persons with disabilities and to ensure that persons with disabilities receive services in the most integrated setting appropriate to their needs.


    Please join us as we look at a little known law and what it might mean to those held against their will by predatory guardians and other interested party's.


     

  • 01:59

    Palomino Armstrong: Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang Rescue/Critical care of foals

    in Current Events

    Our guest will be Palomino Armstrong, who (along with her husband, Matt) is the angel who runs the CHILLY PEPPER - MIRACLE MUSTANG, that specializes in CRITICALLY ILL, NEO-NATAL, SICK AND/OR INJURED FOALS.  They take care of the foals that are near death's door, needing literally 24/7 care, and live with them in the nursery until the foals are strong enough to live outside.  They also rescue other injured or newborn orphan animals.


    They're also training DaBubbles, a miniature horse who survived a mountain lion attack, to visit the sick, elderly, and best of all, kids who are in the hospital.


    This radio show is co-hosted by Debbie Coffey, Vice-President & Director of Wild Horse Affairs at Wild Horse Freedom Federation and Marti Oakley, PPJ Gazette.

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