Every week we reach out to the public about the issues that affect us all. In our 38th outreach, we talk about how Congress is failing, and how to improve representation.
No planes. No cargo containers for food and trade. No cars. What are you willing to trade to make Progressives and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez happy?
Gun bans, election lies, a mass exodus almost in its 10th year. Not even at the middle of January and already Government is more a mess than in 2018.
The payoff for the 2018 mid-term elections has begun as the Government Shutdown continues. Gov. Cuomo is dragging NYS to become the Progressive capital of the nation. But what are some doing about 2020?
Did 2018 turnout to be the year you hoped it could be? Were the results of the mid-term elections the best or worst thing that could happen? We talk about it like with the public directly in this podcast simulcast.
Government would never abuse its power like that, you say. Corruption like that could never happen, not in New York State, you say. Read the State Senate Bill and try to say that again.
A rarely used term in elections is the Affidavit ballot, sometimes called a Provisional ballot. What is that? How is it counted, who makes it? Will this relatively unknown part of the election process change who will represent the public, or has it already?
As Honduran and Central American migrants swarm Mexico, violating their laws, they created a lawsuit to demand US rights before they arrive. Plus trouble with Broome County Board of Elections hits the internet before the 2018 mid-term elections.
What candidates will be picked for 2020? What will be the political platform? How does this change to 2018 mid-term elections? And most of all, what do you think about it?
With our 16th Facebook Live simulcast of the NO Soundbites Allowed podcast, we address the on-going controversy of the accusations against Brett Kavanaugh. We look specifically at the impact that the proceedings will have on future allegations, with and without proof, and the potential for abuse. An intense discussion directly with the public on a hot button issue. Comments welcomed.