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Host Kristine Kubat discusses the Citizens United decision with callers.

On January 13, a federal judge ruled that Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Jon Huntsman and Newt Gingrich cannot participate in the Virginia primary. Ballot access expert Richard Winger discusses this development and what it means for... more

Coffee Party candidate, Sean Closson, calls in from Occupy the Roundhouse at the New Mexico state capital to talk about his campaign and what he calls "agressive optimism." Meantime, check out his stellar YouTube Video: at... more

CJ Farrar, Founding Member of the MIssissippi Justice Party and three levels deep in the Occupy Movement, shares stories from the January 15 candlelight vigil held at the Mississippi Supreme Court Building in Jackson. If he's not... more

Cynthia Papermaster, founding member of the California Justice Party, shares the dream of a nation governed by justice along with a progress report and exciting news about upcoming events.

Dr. David Levitt, an MIT and Yale graduate making his living as a software engineer in Sebastopol, California, talks about his campaign for the U.S. Senate, the ReplaceCongress movement and what this all means for incumbent Diane... more

Ben Shaw, Chair of the newly-formed Texas Justice Party, talks about the organizational effort there.

To your Health! Michael McGee, an American ex-pat living in France and founding member of the Justice Movement, shares thoughts about the benefits of a national health care system.

Charlotte Scot, former head of the Democratic National Committee during the Carter Era, drops in to discuss how the Justice Party and disenchanted Tea Partiers can work together to end government corruption.

Justice Radio hosts discuss how the 2012 presidential election will be financed. Viveca Novak of the Center for Responsive Politics makes a short appearance to educate listeners on the public funding option.