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  • 00:29

    PIJN News: Republican Landslide! Church Voters Take Back Gov’t in Record Number

    in Religion

    Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:


    * The Republicans won the elections with record turnout by church voters — Catholics and Evangelicals.
    * Two lesbian T-shirt makers come to the defense of a Christian.
    * Christian high school students are told that they cannot pray or sing hymns in school.

  • 01:02

    For the candidates...for the voters...it's "crunch time!!!"

    in Elections

    OMG...the Polls open here in New York in nine short hours...What will we do???  All the speeches and punditry have been completed. Voters are readying to go to the Polls and do their Constitutional Duty!!!  Some, many, have still NOT made up their minds. Nate Silver, the "Statistical Guru," has been quoted as saying that many voters will make up their minds as they enter the booths to cast their ballots. Have you made up your mmind???  Will you be ready???  Call us at 646-595-3275 and share your views. Have the coffee perking!!!

  • 00:33

    Obama - Where Urban and Rural Voters Agree

    in Politics

    Is the President doing what he promised?  Urbana and Rural voters tend to be split on many issues.  According the Wall Street Journal on certain questions voters agree.  Tune in and get the hosts opinions on President Obama and answers to tough economic questions on this half hour special edition episode from Relay for Life in Urbana, Ohio.

  • 00:44

    GOP Continues to Block Young Voters

    in Politics

    The GOP must be running scared.  They must be seeing the numbers that consistently show that younger voters are skewing left. Why else would they be bending over backwards to disenfranchise these and other likely progressive voters?


    How are they doing it? In North Carolina, the Republican supermajority in the General Assembly enacted the most draconian voting laws on record.The 1 percent’s twisted new scheme: The Kochs and other billionaires are determined to buy the White House in 2016


    Trey Radel, Busted On Cocaine Charge, Voted For Drug Testing Food Stamp RecipientsDemocrat Hits Republican Hard During Debate: ‘You’re Going To Owe The Koch Brothers Everything’


     

  • 00:29

    GOP blocks bills and Voters Rewards GOP for being Obstructionist

    in Politics

    GOP blocks bills American need and citizens actually vote over and over for the GOP. I can't help but wander who those voter are.  In America today, there still lives great numbers of people were actually threatened with loss of lives if they dared go out to vote. People still live whose job was jeopardized if they went and voted. People are actually dead today, because they failed to listen to the threats of death if they even spoke in favor of voting. Today, Americans rank 125 out of 169 countries in lowest voter turnout. What about these numbers makes Americans exceptional? Why does so many American find voting to not be of interest? Why does so many Amerians vote for people who do things that cause more harm than do. What prevents Americans from benefiting from the opportunities available to them.


    GOP blocks bills that will save lives of citizens;


    put Americans back to work;


    assure women access to reproductive services without taking a road trip;


    provide jobless with unemployment benefits;


    provide support services, jobs and medical assistance to veterans


    repair roads and bridges which prevents deaths by neglience and extends the lives of vehicles as well as save money on unncessary repairs.


    Voting is the opportunity for Americans to build better roads, schools, hospitals, and opportunties which makes for a better future for all. It is not understandable why so many people vote against all these things. GOP blocks bills and voters rewards the GOP for blocking bills.

  • 01:01

    GMOs, Voters, Money and Facts: Lunch w Louden 11/13/14

    in Politics

    Kate Wildrick and Manju Bassell will join host Jeanene Louden as we discuss GMOs, Voters, Money and Facts: Lunch with Louden 11/13/14. (Bios for our guests and many related articles can be found at the Lunch with Louden Facebook page.)

    The Oregon Mandatory Labeling of GMOs Initiative, Measure 92, was on the November 4th ballot as an initiated state statute, where it was narrowly defeated (at least "called"). The measure would have mandated the labeling of certain foodstuffs that were produced with or contained genetically modified organisms. 

    This ballot measure became the poster child for everything that has become a challenge for the informed voter.

    Voter Participation - With just under 4M residents in the state, 2.2M are registered voters. Even with the healthy voting rate of 69.5%, over 630K ballots were not cast, or at least not counted. Wednesday morning The results of this too-close-to-call race were NO 696,293 (50.5%), and YES 683,276 (49.5%). The 13K+ spread was down to just over 6K by mid morning. That means if 1% of the non-voters had voted, they could have changed the outcome.

    Money - The financial investment on this issue alone was record breaking. NO supporters spent just over $20M and YES supporters spent just under $9M. This pencils out to over $20 per vote. Most of the money for both sides came from out of state. Big money was well represented. 

    Information - "Information" flew fast and furious. Oregon felt like a battleground state (not normal for us) with ads that answered ads that answered ads and too many non-recyclable "post cards": the nature of GMOs, the costs of labeling, the need for "more law" had a ping pong tournament quality. 

    What was an informed voter to do? What shall we do in the future?
     

  • 01:10

    Q&A: Responsibility of Voters, Charity to Strangers, Leaving a Bad Job, and More

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on voters' responsibility for politicians, charity to strangers, quitting or waiting to be fired, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    Question 1: To what extent are voters responsible for the actions of politicians? 

    Question 2: Is charity to strangers virtuous? 

    Question 3: Should a person quit or wait to be fired from an increasingly intolerable job? 

    To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. 

    For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.

  • 01:01

    Chicago voting Machines only let voters vote Democrat

    in Politics Conservative

    Chicago vote Fraud!!!!  Machines only let voters vote Democrat!!!!!!!


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  • 00:30

    Voters, Move those Elephants

    in Politics

    Voters are fed up and fired up! Voters voted in liars. Voters are the ones, and the only ones who can see to it that the liars  straighten up and fly right. If the liars choose to continue their lying ways, then come time to vote, VOTE'EM Out!
    Voters in some of the poorest of states continue to vote for republicans. It's not working. You're not working and your children who managed to graduate high school are not working because the GOP signed contracts to not ever raise taxes on businesses. The inequality we live with in America is because of individual greed of the 1% and failure of citizens to exercise their voting power, and voters trusting politicians to do the right thing. Voters, it is past time. Move those elephants and give equality a chance to flourish into prosperity for all Americans.

  • 02:00

    DEMOCRATS JAILED VOTERS OUTLAWED

    in Politics

    Did the program title appear an exaggeration when you read it?


    You might be a Christian Theocrat.


    You might be surprised what you hear today on RFK.


    Hear the hottest from two investigative journalists, both who have been on RFK before, and what they are saying about the 2014 elections.


    Links of Possible Note:


    Brad Friedman of the notorious Brad Blog and BBC investigative journalist Greg Palast talk about the election and cite Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.  Was Gov. Sam Brownback re-elected by a margin that SoS Kobach designed?


    Then hear the latest news about and consider what happened to the last Democratic Party governor from Alabama, Don Siegelman


    You'll be hearing more about this in the coming days and weeks ahead on RFK.
     

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