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10.13.18 Voter ID and Trump’s Judicial Legacy

October 13, 2018
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On today’s how we’ll look at the Voter ID issue and the latest from North Dakota. Also, two Supreme Court appointments and dozens of other Federal Judge appointments. Did Obama drop the Judiciary ball? Will the courts be Trumps longest lasting most significant achievements?

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A victory for voting rights.. a victory for all Americans.

October 12, 2018
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The “Voter ID” argument has been going on for years. My question has always been why? Why is this even a debate? Why are you opposed to one person, one vote? Why are you opposed to the person voting is who they claim to be? ..you get my point. It is simple. Your vote...

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Trump has been making great strides in the Judicial system

October 12, 2018
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Well, the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation received a lot, and I mean a lot of attention the Trumpster has been killing it in the Judicial system. He has been replacing Judges left and right. BO let so many vacancies in the entire system sit open and unfilled. The Senate has confirmed 84 Trump nominees to...

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10.16.18 Bryan Riley will join us to discuss the USMC agreement recently signed

October 5, 2018
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10.16.18 Bryan Riley will join us to discuss the USMC agreement recently signed

Bryan Riley is Director of NTU’s newly minted Free Trade Initiative. Bryan’s background includes years of research on the impact trade has on people in the United States. He has led grassroots campaigns in support of initiatives like the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and in opposition to special-interest efforts to get the...

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6.30.18 SCOTUS Deals Unions Devastating Blow

June 29, 2018
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We’ll be discussing the Supreme Court ruling that teachers, police officers and other public employees cannot be forced to pay dues or fees to support their unions. The decision changes employees’ rights in 22 states and could end the financial structure and political power of unions as we have known. The Mackinac Center for...

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Save Notre Dame Alliance seeks to pack tonight’s Worcester City Council meeting

June 12, 2018
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MEDIA ALERT Save Notre Dame Alliance seeks to pack tonight’s Worcester City Council meeting Alliance calls on city’s 11 councilors to have the courage to keep their word, and save Notre Dame Big, vocal turnout being organized for Council meeting, which begins at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall Hey, Worcester City Council! Have the...

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They are coming for your guns in the Commonwealth!

June 12, 2018
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ALERT – PLEASE CALL GOVERNOR BAKER IMMEDIATELY, URGE ERPO VETO! Massachusetts legislature targets licensed MA gun owners, approves bill aimed at stripping rights, confiscating property. Please call Governor Baker immediately at 617-725-4005 and urge him to veto ERPO. The Massachusetts State Senate last week approved ERPO legislation, H.4539, “An Act Relative to Firearms”. A...

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