Failures in 2018 mid-terms start early

What you should know about Dan Livingston, House Majority PAC, and Balanced Budget Amendment (H.J. Res 2)

April 22, 2018 Michael Vass 0

Even before the 2018 mid-term elections have become a curiosity in the minds of the public, some politicians are already pushing 30 second soundbites that omit and manipulate facts. We look at New York, from the local (Binghamton City Council race) to the federal (NY-22 congressional race), for a few examples of the misleading of the public. Voters beware, some seek to mislead you.

Shawn Szymanski, candidate for NY-123

Exclusive Interview: NY 123rd Assembly District candidate Shawn Szymanski speaks live at Strange Brew in Downtown Binghamton NY

April 16, 2018 Michael Vass 0

We are your source for unedited verbatim interviews with candidates and elected officials of all Parties in the Southern Tier and Mohawk Valley. Because voters deserve to hear the in-context words of the people asking for their vote.

@nd Amendment - then and now

Stripping Rights and firearms, one small Bill at a time

April 11, 2018 Michael Vass 0

If an ever expanding list of firearms is banned, or arbitrarily seized, or ownership is criminalized, isn’t that the effective equivalent of outright seizure? Worse, the Right is being seized – and if one Right can be taken, then all Rights can. Especially when the first Right to go is the very one defending all other Rights.

Felicia Mitchell

Listener feedback: In studio with listener Felicia Mitchell discussing President Trump, Rep. Tenney, tax cuts, 2018 elections, and more.

April 8, 2018 Michael Vass 0

We love feedback from our audience, especially when they join us on the show and discuss the issues and concerns they have. This episode Felicia Mitchell comes in to talk about President Trump, the 2018 NY22 congressional race, the economy and more.

Police in Broome County

Ranting against fearmongering of police in Binghamton and nation

March 31, 2018 Michael Vass 0

The difficult question of police use of force is a common theme facing the nation. But is it fair to judge any local police force based on the social media emotion of a largely isolated event thousands of miles away? Especially when facts are not known – facts that often refute the politically motivated messaging of some political organizations? What benefit does such judgement provide to local communities – if any? What is the impact to those that disagree with the political-based messaging? We discuss it all in this episode of NO Soundbites Allowed podcast, please comment and share.

The agenda of destroying the Constitution

The impact of slaying the dragon of Constitutional Rights

March 24, 2018 Michael Vass 0

What is the consequence of handing Rights to a Government? Has that been considered in the recent move by minors, “guided” by unknown political action organizations and the Far Left (Citizen Action in Broome County as an example), to relinquish their Rights? We address this in this recent NO Soundbites podcast. Feel free to comment and share.

As reported by KSTP

Ever wonder who is behind March For Our Lives, or which State just broke the law with an illegal first?

March 15, 2018 Michael Vass 0

As reports are quietly coming out showing that participation was mandatory and refusal was punished, the serious question of who is behind the political weaponization of children for political gain must be asked. Who owns the 501(c)4 that is MarchForOurLives? We reveal what we could find among other top news stories that demand more than 30 second soundbites and memes.

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