• 01:55

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    The Paulding County Chamber of Commerce is once again proving that they care little about "quality of life" in our community. A simple email request was answered with rudeness. Find out what the request was, from whom and who was rude. Douglasville Mayor Harvey Persons took time this week to go testify in front of State Senator Donzella James' study committee on "mold and mildew remediation contractors". Does he think his constituents can't handle their own issues either? And what is going on with the Jeff Amason "notary" kerfuffle. I attended a meeting last night that enlightened me on the "conflicting notary laws". Please join me for all of this and more. As usual, we'll have plenty of awesome music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. See you there!


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:50

    Peach State Politics

    in Politics Conservative

    We have an extra special guest this week. Mike Daugherty, author of The Devil Inside The Beltway, will be with us to discuss his book and his kerfuffle with Big Government. Mike is a force of nature and is taking on the Devils in D.C. to fight for what is right and just. You do NOT want to miss this interview. Also, we will be chatting with Douglas County BOC District IV candidate JR McCoy. Tune in to find out why Mr. McCoy is running for elected office. As usual, we'll have some great music by Liberty minded artists to keep us motivated and upbeat. See y'all there.

    After years of political activism on a national level, the Ponytail Patriot has turned her attention to issues facing Georgians on the local and state levels.  With her two TEA Party canines, Shasta and Patton, she's decided it's time to clean up her own backyard and she has a list.

  • 01:53

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    What a busy few days. The Secretary of State's office has denied one Georgia House candidate ballot access in November, find out why. Douglas County and Douglasville just can't seem to stop the kerfuffles. Between the DA's office and Mayor Harvey Persons, the citizens of the county and city just can't stay off the evening news. But hey, the City of Dallas and Mayor Austin brought some positivity to residents. Too bad it was quickly followed by more airport perfidy. Tune in as we discuss this and much more. It's sure to be another night full of controversial statements but we'll have plenty of awesome music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. See you there!


     And A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:46

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    Tomorrow is run-off day in Georgia and thank goodness for it. I am over all the attack ads by Kingston and Perdue. But while the state has been focused on all those ads, we've had plenty going on locally. Tomorrow is also public hearing day on the Paulding County Chairman's Budget. Are all the increases in spending really necessary? What will the Douglasville City Council do about Chief Chris Womack speaking to the media? Was Womack right or wrong when speaking to the media? And has Douglas County not learned anything from what is going on in Paulding? It appears as though the county is ready to spend a lot more taxpayer money for Foxhall. We'll discuss all of this and much more, so don't miss a minute. As usual, we'll have plenty of awesome music by Liberty minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated.


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed choice at the polls.

  • 01:49

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    It seems that the Georgia Supreme Court has ruled against the "Paulding Six" in regards to the $3.6 million bond for the airport expansion. What does this mean for the citizens of Paulding County? Georgia House Speaker David Ralston's troubles seem to just be getting started for this election year. Will this "complaint" by the state bar have any impact whatsoever on his re-election? And is the DCTP becoming active again? I've seen several postings regarding local issues in the past few days, but is it too little too late? It's the 4th of July this week. What's coming up locally in the way of celebrations? We'll discuss all of this and more (including the SCOTUS rulings today), so make sure to tune in for controversial statements, some laughter and awesome music by Liberty minded artists. See you there.


    A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:01

    Progressive Plantation State Politics.

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    Tonight we will replay our most popular blogtalk ever, Progressive Plantation State Politics.  Live news Headlines by Wolf. 

  • 01:52

    Peach State Politics

    in Politics Conservative

    The Georgia General Assembly went back into session today. Will the gun bill that stalled on the last day of the session in 2013 be one of the bills we get passed into law this year? James Bell will be with us to give us an update on local political goings on and his take on the GA General Assembly. No doubt he'll agree that the legislators want to get everything handled as quickly as possible in this election year. And the Paulding Board of Commissioners and the Paulding Airport Authority meet tomorrow and Wednesday, will they listen to the citizens or will they brush them off? Join us for a discussion on local and state politics, as well as campaign shenanigans. As usual, we'll have plenty of music by Liberty Minded artists to keep us upbeat and motivated. See you there.


    After years of political activism on a national level, the Ponytail Patriot has turned her attention to issues facing Georgians on the local and state levels.  With her two TEA Party canines, Shasta and Patton, she's decided it's time to clean up her own backyard and she has a list.

  • 01:55

    Peach State Politics

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    The first Civics Youth Day in Paulding County was yesterday and it was an awesome experience for the teens that attended. We'll be discussing what my own daughter thought about it as a participant. Herb Haynes, Post 3 Commission candidate, will be calling in to chat about why he has thrown his hat into the political arena. We'll also be discussing some interesting items from yesterday's Board of Commissioners meeting and I even have a "KUDOS" for the BOC. Make sure to tune in for interesting conversation and awesome music by Liberty minded artists. See you there!


    After years of political activism on a national level, the Ponytail Patriot has turned her attention to issues facing Georgians on the local and state levels.  With her two TEA Party canines, Shasta and Patton, she's decided it's time to clean up her own backyard and she has a list.

  • 01:58

    Peach State Politics

    in Politics Conservative

    Paulding County voters will be voting on E-SPLOST 5 on May 20. What is it and why does it matter? Is it a lie or just a stretching of the truth? You'll have to tune in to find out what that question is all about. And Vernon Collett, Post 3 candidate for the Paulding County Board of Commissioners, will be with us to discuss his campaign and why he has thrown his hat into the political ring. We'll be discussing all of that and a lot more. Make sure to tune in for what is sure to be enlightening conversation and awesome music by Liberty minded artists. See y'all there!


    After years of political activism on a national level, the Ponytail Patriot has turned her attention to issues facing Georgians on the local and state levels.  With her two TEA Party canines, Shasta and Patton, she's decided it's time to clean up her own backyard and she has a list.

  • 01:50

    Peach State Politics by Ponytail Patriot

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    Paulding County schools seem to have no problem violating the parental rights of their students. Should teachers be using devices like weighted vests on our children without our knowledge? Is the City of Hiram's manager, Robbie Rokovitz, going out of his way to prove a point? Did he contact the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission in an attempt at an end run around the rest of the county regarding economic development projects in the works? And the Libertarian candidate for US Senate, Amanda Swafford, will joing us to explain why she is running for Saxby Chambliss' seat. Make sure to tune in for all of this and much more. There will be plenty of controversial statements and awesome music by Liberty minded artists to keep us all upbeat and motivated. See you there!


     A program for holding elected officials accountable regardless of party, and vetting candidates so that voters make a more informed decision at the polls.

  • 01:55

    Peach State Politics

    in Politics Conservative

    Did everyone survive Income Redistribution Day? Are you ready to avenge yourselves after paying? Are you tired of the government spending your tax dollars while infringing on your civil rights? I am and we'll discuss just how much we're willing to pay to have our freedoms taken away. The Georgia Primary is just around the corner and we have more Board of Commissioner candidates coming up. We'll have Post 2 candidate, Patti Smith on the show tonight to discuss why she has decided to get into politics. Make sure to tune in for great conversation and awesome music by Liberty minded artists. You will not want to miss one moment of this one!


    After years of political activism on a national level, the Ponytail Patriot has turned her attention to issues facing Georgians on the local and state levels.  With her two TEA Party canines, Shasta and Patton, she's decided it's time to clean up her own backyard and she has a list.

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