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There is a grassroots uprising, in Missouri, against the heir apparent GOP Speaker of the House. Missourians are sick and tired of having progressives march in lock-step with liberals. We are gonna examine every aspect of why it is time for folks to speak up and stop the progressive/liberal locomotive from running over conservative principles in the legislature. The folks from MO Leadership Project are here to outline the issues. Is this happening in your state too?
Tom Martz, of the Locke and Smith Foundation stops by to talk November ballot issues.
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Tonight we get right back to the heart of State Sovereignty as we discuss the State Repeal Amendment with Lloyd Thomas Sloan . This amendment petition was introduced in the last Senate session and we will continue to push it hard. Listen in as we discuss a major piece of the State Sovereignty puzzle.
We'll review the day at Preppers and Patriots and Mike Slack will call to give us an update.
We are live at 7PM Missouri Time. You can call and participate at 347-677-1835. It's the best Saturday night you will spend this week.
Tonight Dave and Mike Slack discuss the variety of topics that involve the sovereignty of the State of Missouri. We'll discuss Article V, Convention of States, State and local control, and invite you to bring your favorite topic. It's Free Speech Saturday and we'd be happy to hear from you. Call and participate at 347-677-1835. 7PM Missouri Time.
ONE GOOD COP....
The bravery shown by Sgt. Randy Henry during the investigation into the death of Brandon Ellingson has been inspiring. We look at how the actions of one good cop have provided insight into the actions of Tony Piercy...
SPECIAL PROSECUTOR SILENCE
For the second time in a year, a Special Prosecutor has found a reason not to file charges in two cases involving the 'good ol' boy' network in Missouri. What began in Maryville has been revisited in Morgan County....
THE BULLY SYSTEM: STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE
The Laclede County DFS office appears to endorse a bully system. Yesterday, a DFS employee, Amy Killion, watched while a former psych patient acts out at the end of a visit....
FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABES
Admissions during this DFS visit from the children, speak to a threat against their lives for telling the truth....
And much, much more...
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If you are interested in hearing about women in leadership roles in sports join us Tuesday, at 11:30 am est and hear from the only sitting Division I non-HBCU African-American female Athletic Director, Carla Wilson of University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC). Wilson’s leadership in the department has touched many facets – budget, human resources, facilities, sport administration and student-athlete welfare and development.Wilson became the only female athletics director in the Western Athletic Conference, and the first ever female leader of intercollegiate athletics at UMKC. She is one of a few minority women serving as an athletics director at the NCAA’s 351 Division I institutions. At the time of her hire, less than 9 percent of Division I athletics directors were women; less than 4 percent were minority women. She was also the only African-American woman athletics director in Division I not at a historically black college or university.
Attorney Kirk Stange from Stange Law Firm, PC talks about some of crucial differences between mediation and collaborative divorce. This is an important family law topic as individuals look for alternatives to court proceedings, or uncontested divorce, as a way to resolve their divorce or family law matter amicably. You can read more about this important topic on www.familylawheadquarters.com in an article titled: Key Differences Between Mediation and Collaborative Divorce.
Stange Law Firm has locations in Missouri and Illinois throughout the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. You can contact Stange Law Firm and their Mediation and Collaborative Divorce and Family Law Attorneys in St. Louis at 314-963-4700.
Disclaimer: The information provided is general in nature, and may not apply to a specific factual or legal circumstance. An attorney and client relationship should not be implied. Nothing in this episode is intended to substitute for the advice of an attorney. Therefore, if you require legal advice, please consult with a competent attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction.
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Lets look at the world and the events of the day and discuss them without concern for offense. Political Correctness is the disease the permeates our society and makes communication between us problematic. If we remain divided we will surely be destroyed.
With Election Day, Nov 4th 2014, closing in, and local government taking the point once again for most of us. We meet today with Assemblyman John Hambrick, AD2 of Nevada, to discuss the events of the legislature, concerns for the future and longterm goals of a state that that continues to redefine itself under the shadows of its bigger sisters. Join me today for a no holds barred conversation.
Politically Incorrect with Warren Markowitz, Its My World You Just Live In It.
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There was a time when the press, and specifically newspapers, were seen as watchdogs of the government. That is why the press was given such freedom from oversight by the founders. Few news agencies today see themselves that way. One that does is The Missouri Torch. Tonight we will talk with Duane Lester, editor of that forum about the duty of journalism and Missouri politics in general.
Too little is said and understood about the important job of the State Auditor. In a time when tax dollars are jealously guarded by you and me, the State Auditor is supposed to be our champion for guarding those dollars. We will chat with Sean O'Toole, Libertarian candidate for State Auditor. He will be facing off in November with the incumbent Auditor, Tom Schweich and Constitution Party candidate Rodney Farthing.
Have you written or talked to your State Rep about the Diehl or No Diehl? Please call in tonight and let us know what your rep had to say about this issue. If this is going to work we absolutely need your support and participation.
Join us live at 7PM by clicking the link above. Call the sudio line and participate at 347-677-1835.
Law enforcement around the country has been transformed into agents of tyranny whose actions are 'above the law'. We look at Ferguson, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Camden County Sheriff's office...
A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER
There is a new threat to families across Missouri, brought to you by DESE, MSBA and the law firm of Mickes, Goldman and O'Toole. All students and parents are targets of this loaded gun...
THE CITIZENS OF CARE
We look at the need for citizen oversight and the Lake community's efforts to ensure that ethical responsibility to the people is a guiding force for government officials...
All this and much more...
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1st Hour: Edited samplings from the Oct. 14, 2014 forum and debate courtesy KVOE 1400AM radio. The complete debate can be heard in the stations audio vault, click here.
Former state Rep. Bill Otto (R-9th) is currently campaigning as an Indepedent in the "new" 76th district. Here are some of his quotes from an old 9th District debate as cited in the Emporia Gazette:
Otto said he also felt as though he was a consistent conservative, but said it was important to be a consistent conservative who supports funding promised programs initiated by the legislature.
“This state is a dead-beat, and being a conservative is not being a dead-beat,” said Otto.
Otto was quick to bring up school board redistricting.
“The first one that directly affects you guys, in small areas, we didn’t have school boards redistricting,” he said. “We had areas, actually in rural areas, where it was hard to get anybody to run.”
He said the first bill to mention that he had authored was to have one person, one vote for school boards.
Rep. Otto agreed with the importance of small schools, saying he was the leading expert on school finance.
“When we continue to drop the equalizations formula … it continues that pressure, to close small community school,” he said.
2nd hour: Bill Otto LIVE!
Tonight, Dave and Mike Slack will spend the first hour talking with Galen Chadwick, co-founder of Well Fed Neighbor Alliance. Then, we'll chat with Greg Tlapek, Libertarian candidate for Missouri State Representative from the 147th. Greg is opposed by incumbent Republican Kathy Swan and Democratic candidate Gary Gaines. We'll discuss the hot topics with Greg for the second hour.
And, we want to hear from you. Did you contact your Representative about Diehl or No Diehl? We want to hear what your Rep had to say.
Tomorrow night we'll talk with Duane Lester of Missouri Torch and Sean O'Toole, Libertarian candidate for State Auditor.
Join us tonight at 7PM Missouri Time by clicking the link above. Call the studio line at 347-677-1835 to participate.
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