Media activist Jane Velez-Mitchell speaks very strongly about being a vegan and how leading that lifestyle can/will effect climate change and animal rights. Our second guest, Michael Lee, author of “Boomers Turning 60’ish” gives a 10 point plan on tips and advice on health, exercise, eating, sleeping, relationships, and avoiding diseases. Download this episode (right click and save)
David Crowe talks with Desmond Meade about restoring the right of felons in Florida who have completed their sentence (including probation) to vote. But this is not the only right they lose. Desmond served time in his youth for drug and robbery offences, but even after he got his life together, and got a law degree, he cannot practice in the State of Florida. The discussion covers the specifics in Florida, as well as the general situation in the United States where the justice system discourages reintegration into society. For more information on his Florida Rights Restoration Coalition see http://floridarrc.com.
Another week of mayhem that has brought us ever closer to a political apocalypse. Yet, we’re still standing and relatively sane. Polls are showing that “Free Your Mind Friday” is the single most effective defense against the system’s nefarious mind-control plans. (Actually, there’ve been no such polls, but it’s lying season, and the intent was to hype the program.)
The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks speaks with Sarah Trumble, Sr. Policy Counsel for Third Way a centrist think tank organization and Sue Roman, Social Activist and Filmmaker. Both will be discussing the need for Gun Control in America, due to the alarming number of American citizens being killed by guns.
On today’s program, Vince discusses the Khan family (recently made famous during their performance at the DNC in Philadelphia), Identity Politics (particularly Muslim-Americans and Veterans) within the context of the War on Terror, Jill Stein and the Green Party that doesn’t exist, lead poisoning in East Chicago, uprisings in Naples, Italy, and world’s disappearing water aquifers.
Police officers carry out random acts of legalized murder against poor people of color not because they are racist, although they may be, or even because they are rogue cops, but because impoverished urban communities have evolved into miniature police states. Police can stop citizens at will, question and arrest them without probable cause, kick down doors in the middle …
Almost two years after the firestorm that took place in Ferguson, Missouri, when a white police officer shot an unarmed black teenager and militarized police descended in a brutal show of force to quell local protests, not much has really changed for the better. Unarmed Americans are still getting shot by police with alarming regularity. SWAT teams are still bursting through doors, terrorizing families and leaving …
Caesar Goodson, the third officer, and “star” defendant, tried in connection with the brutal death of Freddie Gray today was cleared of all charges—including second-degree depraved-heart murder; three counts of manslaughter; assault; reckless endangerment; and misconduct in office.
Noted attorney Alton H. Maddox Jr., who predicted the outcome of the case, deciphers the verdict.
In the immediate aftermath of the June 12 massacre of 49 people and the wounding of 53 others at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., President Barack Obama told the nation that the alleged lone gunman, Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old security guard, had committed “an act of terror” and “an act of hate.”
Various other officials in his administration—including Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, FBI Director James Comey and their boss U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch—have echoed the president’s characterization of the tragedy, and it appears to be the legal definition that is informing the government’s ongoing investigations.
The surveillance state reaches new heights. In the aftermath of the massacre in Orlando, Republican senators are seeking to expand the FBI’s surveillance capabilities. Where are the liberals? Screaming about gun control while remaining silent on yet another move to restrict your rights. Gerald Celente breaks it all down in this edition of Trends This Week.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, the nation’s highest-level law-enforcement official, followed quickly on the heels of President Obama’s declaration of outrage about the June 12 massacre at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., and his promise to the nation to “seek justice.” Lynch was a featured guest on major weekend newsmaker shows discussing the progress the DOJ was making in pursuing leads in the case, with the alleged gunman, Omar Mateen, 29, and others believed connected to him at the center of the investigation. Forty-nine people were killed and 53 wounded in the mass shooting. Mateen died was killed in as gun battle with police.
Leid Stories discusses a troublesome—and recurring—theme in the DOJ’s investigations, raised once again in Lynch’s probe of the Orlando massacre