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  • 01:58

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    Well yippie-ki-yay...Hillary Clinton has announced she's running for President in 2016. I'm just so excited that I don't know what to do...NOT! The question now is...will Elizabeth Warren challenge her or not? There is a major movement among the populist Democcrats to recruit Senator Warren based on they don't think Hillary is "left enough". GA Lawmakers have filed legislation for a pilot industrial hemp program and RFRA is NOT going away in Georgia any time soon. Also, the Paulding County Board of Commissioners will be meeting tomorrow. What's on their agenda? I bet it won't be getting to the bottom of the background checks conducted by Mike Jones on the county credit card. We'll also be discussing the latest in the City of Dallas, Ga. I found it most interesting how Mayor Austin made one of the worst and least interesting 10 minute videos for the city website that is nothing more than a glorified re-election ad.And last, but certainly not least, Pete Grubbs of Toe Jam will be talking to us about the release of their new album because we all need a break from politics on occasion. You will not want to miss my thoughts on Hillary and the Presidential 2016 race or recent developments in Georgia and Paulding County. So make sure to tune in for what is certainly going to be controversial conversation and some really great music from Toe Jam. See you there.

  • 01:54

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    The Georgia General Assembly (GGA) has ended for 2015 and thank goodness for it. We'll be having our own GGA legislative wrap up and discussing what we will expect from state lawmakers over the next 8 months and in 2016. We'll also be discussing a few national issues such as the national RFRA debate and the 2016 Presidential election cycle. And then, of course, we'll also be discussing local issues such as the ridiculous email one resident got in response to an open records request they submitted to the City of Dallas. $80 an hour because they don't have a "dedicated open records request officer"...really? My aggravation with National, State and Local politicians and their flunkies is reaching a crisis point and I think I'm about to erupt. As usual, we'll have plenty of music by liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. You won't want to miss a minute of tonight's show.


     

  • 01:59

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    What happens when the Good Old Boys turn a blind eye to constant violations of county and state building codes by their friends and campaign contributors? Find out tonight why Paulding County is all in a tizzy over the latest kerfuffle created by a Facebook posting. We'll give you the ins and outs of what is really happening and who you should truly be upset with. The Georgia General Assembly kicked off the 2015 legislative session today and Governor Deal was officially sworn in for a second term. There are a lot of hot button issues and I'm wondering what Libertarians think of some of them. And what exactly is Spartacus Legal? Find out tonight who started the Spartacus Legal Foundation and why. Also, we'll talk about my humorous adventures over the weekend that kept me from attending the Wild Hog Supper on Sunday. Join us for all of this and much more tonight at 8 p.m.ET. As usual, we'll have plenty of great music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. 


    Ponytail Patriot is here to hold any and all public figures accountable on the state and local level in Georgia. Completely unaffiliated and independent, Candi holds nothing back when confronting tyranny and abuse of power. 

  • 02:01

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    Did the Georgia General Assembly lose their collective minds this year? If you're following HB 170, the Transportation Bill, you probably think they have. Having studied the original bill and now the "Senate Substitute", I am absolutely convinced their is something in the water under the Gold Dome, OR someone needs to open the windows to clear out all the carbon monoxide in the chamber, legislative offices, and committee rooms! HB 1, the Medical Cannabis bill, cleared another hurdle in the Senate on Thursday, now it goes to the full Senate for a vote. Some changes were made to the bill and we'll discuss that. And how can an elected official (or government employee) resign from office under questionable circumstances only to be awarded a "consulting contract" or be hired in another part of the state? What was Griffin Judicial Circuit District Attorney Scott Ballard thinking when he hired former Douglas County DA, David McDade for the Fayette County office? We'll also be giving the latest updates and possible movement regarding any investigations into the background checks conducted by former Paulding County Administrator, Mike Jones. Make sure to tune in as we discuss all of this a more. As usual, we'll have some awesome music by Liberty Minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. You won't want to miss a minute.

  • 01:55

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    Last week was an interesting week in Georgia. From the 2015-2016 Georgia General Assembly kicking off to local drama, it was a very busy week. Join us as we discuss our thoughts on the beginning of what promises to be an interesting year under the Gold Dome in Atlanta and local drama at the Paulding County Board of Commissioners first meeting of 2015. Oh yes, Paulding County is once again in the middle of another kerfuffle. But the Paulding BOC aren't the only ones creating kerfuffles. Oh no, the saga between "Me and Mr. Jones" continues and I'll be giving everyone the latest updates on that particular saga. We'll be discussing all of this and much more, so make sure not to miss a single minute. As usual, we'll have plenty of great music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. See you there!

  • 01:59

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    We are down to just three legislative days in the Georgia General Assembly. Medical Marijuana has passed both chambers and is on its way to the Governor's desk to be signed into law. Criminal Justice Reform also has cleared both chambers. But HB 310 and SB 94 are bad for Liberty and create another level of bureaucracy in the criminal justice system. Meanwhile, RFRA is still being debated in committee and Governor Deal is threatening a "special session" if the Senate and House don't come to an agreement that the Governor can live with regarding the transportation bill. Of course, through all of that, there is still plenty of shenanigans to be found in Douglas County regarding Foxhall and in Paulding County regarding the background checks kerfuffle. Join us as we discuss all of this and more. As usual, we'll have music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. See y'all there

  • 02:00

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    After a brief hiatus due to family issues, we are back! There is plenty to discuss including SB85, the GA Senate Bill that would expand definitions pertaining to Development Authorities, SB130 that would ban smoking in vehicles IF there is a minor under 15 years of age in the car, and HB170 - the transportation bill. We'll also be discussing the GOP county conventions held this past Saturday and of course, I'll be giving the latest update on the Me & Mr. Jones saga. And what is up with the Paulding Board of Education on Twitter? Is it really ok for the person responsible for social media to get rude when asked questions about whether or not schools will be open, as well as other issues? As usual, we'll have plenty of great music by Liberty minded artists during the breaks to keep us upbeat and motivated. You do not want to miss a single moment of what is sure to be a show full of controversy. See you there!


     


     

  • 01:55

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    The Paulding County BOC meets again on Tuesday and their agenda is full. What are they going to discuss and will Jennifer Farrell, Paulding's own "Chicken Lady", get a chance to discuss "Pet Chickens in Paulding"? Of course, it doesn't appear that a week can go by with Chris Pumphrey coming up with a brand new plan to keep Foxhall moving forward. What are non-rated bonds and how does the Douglas County Development Authority have the authority to issue such bonds? These high risk "muni-bonds" could inpact the taxpayers of Douglas County in the area of higher taxes. Find out how and why. Also, the GOP is set to have their mass precinct meetings on February 7th. What are the mass precinct meetings and should you attend? Join us for all of this and much more. As usual, we'll have plenty of music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. I'm thinking it's a Michael Tracy kind of night. See y'all there.

  • 00:59

    Mad Women of Smoking Hot Politics

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    Kimberley Irvin and Julie Driscoll host a politically liberal show with no holds barred and all callers welcome.

  • 02:34

    THE UNIA-ACL STATE OF THE BLACK RACE

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    JOIN BROTHER RAMISOUS AS WE EXAMINE THE STATE OF THE BLACK RACE


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  • 02:01

    State Sovereignty: Cynthia Davis

    in Politics Conservative

    It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!


    Tonight's headliner is Cynthia Davis, former Republican legislator and Constitution Party candidate for Lt Governor. On the agenda, American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and Convention of States. You can bet Cynthia has opinions about both of these items.


    You can join the discussion on our studio line at 347-677-1835 as Dave and Lloyd cover all the bases. It happens live at 7PM Missouri Time. Be there or be left out