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TS Radio Network: TNT Tanya TalkS ..Oklahoma Prisons Profit: Part 2

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Call in to listen is 917-388-4520. Press 1 to speak to the host, (and guest)Tanya Hathaway- of “TNT Tanya Talks; Where your voice is heard-and your story is told” on Marti Oakley’s “TS Radio Network”.

If you are in the range of Stuart Oklahoma’s 89.9 FM KLRB Radio Station; please tune in as they live stream our national podcast, thanks to Stephen Burke!

Tonight’s podcast is about selective prisoner commutations from Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board- and more…and lack of declination TRANSPARENCY. ….

The board seemingly consistently is denying worthy and INNOCENT inmates commutations and failing to adhere to their own protocols.

You will hear a very personal story about an innocent man and his faithful wife ….holding on to hope and praying for justice to prevail for all that have been abused by the system; decades of darkness seeking light.

QUESTIONS:

*Should an innocent man or woman have to “confess” to a crime they didn’t commit?

*Nothing against women here, but; is there compelling evidence of bias in the approvals for females v male.

LET’S TALK.

Could this be an agenda to neutralize the undeniable abuse of women and the staggering nationwide unprecedented imprisonments women in none other than Oklahoma? Or how about the highest rate of imprisonments per capital in- the-world.

Governor Fallin flops throughout her administration; but puts on a good show for those who buy it as she steps away from office.

The parole and pardon board in Oklahoma refused comment -declined to reply to phone and email communication.

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We Say Goodbye to Dorothy Luck: A true advocate for guardianship reforms

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The recent passing of Dorothy Luck, will be sad news for the many people she worked to help free from this human trafficking of the elderly.  Having freed herself from one of these so called guardianships, Dorothy spent the remainder of her time on earth helping to try and reform this insidious system.  She was described by those close to her as “a true advocate and wonderful friend”.

Dorothy traveled many times to the Texas State Capital and worked with many advocates for guardianship reforms.  She never feared those who forced her into this injustice and she accomplished freeing herself from those who used her for her wealth.  Her guardianship was closed and her rights were restored.  She accomplished this by exposing what Guardianship was truly about, money, as it was much better protected than she was, yet many court appointees profited from her wealth.  She tells it like it is in the story below.

http://america.aljazeera.com/watch/shows/america-tonight/2015/5/when-judges-can-take-away-senior-citizens-basic-rights.html

Imagine losing control of the most basic decisions in your life: the right to speak for yourself, how to spend your money or even what medicines you should be taking. Dorothy Luck was in a dispute with family over trust money. After a court-ordered medical exam, she was declared incompetent to make big financial decisions and ended up a ward of the state. In this excerpt from America Tonight, Sheila MacVicar investigates shocking cases of elderly Americans at the mercy of court-appointed guardians.

Thank you Dorothy for all your dedication and efforts on behalf of others.  You will be dearly missed!

National Whistleblower Center: Attorney General Nominee Strongly Opposed to Whistleblowers

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National Whistleblower Center

 

Attorney General Nominee Strongly Opposed to Whistleblowers

William Barr called False Claims Act an “abomination”

December 11, 2018. Washington, DC.  In a public transcript given as part of the Presidential Oral History of the George H.W. Bush Presidency, President Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, William Barr, ferociously attacked America’s most successful whistleblower law, the False Claims Act.  Barr stated, on the record, that he “wanted to attack” the False Claims Act, and specifically called the law’s highly successful qui tam whistleblower provision “an abomination.” In a transcript of his April 5, 2001 interview with the Bush presidency’s oral history project, the content of which Barr personally approved, Barr stated:

Yes, there were significant disagreements sometimes between the SG’s [Solicitor General] office and my office on a position. One of the big ones was the qui tam statute, which is basically a bounty hunter statute that lets private citizens sue in the name of the United States and get a bounty. I felt then, and feel now, that is an abomination and a violation of the appointments clause under the due powers of the President as well as the standing issue of the Supreme Court. So I wanted to attack the qui tam statute, and the SG’s office wanted to defend it. That was a big dispute.”

Upon learning this information, Stephen M. Kohn, Executive Director of the National Whistleblower Center, released the following statement:

“Mr. Barr’s comments demonstrate a deep rooted contempt for whistleblowers.  His radical anti-whistleblower statements are disqualifying for any nominee for the position of U.S. Attorney General. More

FCC ABOUT TO END PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION IN AMERICA-ONLY 24 HOURS NOTICE TO RESPOND!

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Submitted by Rebecca Campbell
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On Friday, December 14th, 2018 between 2:15 pm and 3 pm, I will be interviewing Deborah Vinson (Director Thurston County Media, Olympia, WA), Jeffrey Hansell (Director, Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA), Mary Cardova (Wisconsin Community Media, Madison, WI – see: https://wisconsincommunitymedia.com/advocacy/), Jay April (President and CEO Akaku Maui Community Media https://akaku.org/), and others on FCC plans to cut the funding for Public TV here in the United States.
 
Under proposed rules by Federal Communication Commissioners (FCC) Ajit Pai and Michael O’Rielly, the FCC will allow corporations like Comcast and Verizon to deduct what is called “in kind” contributions for Public TV – these deductions will dramatically decrease the franchise fees now paid by Comcast, Verizon, and other companies for their access to public airwaves to broadcast their private television shows. The result will be the end of Public TV in the United States.
Comcast, Verizon, and other corporations want to shut down the monies for Public TV for several reasons: (a) they view Public TV as a “threat” – they want everyone to pay for TV, (b) Public TV can’t be controlled by the Cabal. If you care about Public TV, and want it to continue, please email or write the FCC at:
455 – 12th Street, SW, Washington D.C. 20544, or email them at: https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filings 
(1) Under “proceedings”, enter 05-311,
(2) Under “name of filer”, enter your name,
(3) Under “Type of Filing”, select “Reply Comments”,
(4) Enter your address, etc.
(5) Attach your comments in a scanned pdf file,
(6) Check “email confirmation”,
(7) Enter “Continue to Review Screen”,
(8), Enter “submit”.
Ajit Pai at the FCC has only given people until 11:59 pm on Friday, December 14th, 2018 to send in comments by email or by mail. So your comments must be received by midnight this Friday!
 
Please the FCC that: (a) you support Public TV and want it to continue, (b) you strongly dissaprove of FCC’s “MB 5-311” recommendations to give companies like Comcast and Verizon a deduction for “in-kind” contributions. All over the United States, Public TV stations relay upon the charitable contributions by people to maintain their stations. If big companies like Comcast and Verizon are allowed to deduct what they pay for the use of public airwaves by so called in kind contributions, Public TV will end in the United States.
Why should we subsidize Comcast and Verizon? Why should we let them destroy Public TV? Not one word of this has been in the mass media in the U.S., because ABC, NBC, CBS, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and FOX all want to destory Public TV. Please also contact your local U.S. Senators and Repreentatives and let them know that we need to save Public TV!
As David Rockefeller said:
We are grateful to The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine, and other great publications whose directors have attended our (Bilderberger/Cabal secret) meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the lights of publicity during those years.But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to … (“democracy”) practiced in past centuries.”https://www.crossroad.to/Quotes/globalism/rockefeller.htm
I urge everyone reading this post to please contact the FCC and tell them of your opinion. The last time anyone tried to end Public TV in the U.S. was Richard Nixon in 1972 — we all know what happened to him. Perhaps it is time for FCC Commissioners Ajit Pai and Michael O’Rielly to be impeached (like Nixon was in 1972)? Their anti-democratic values certainly don’t resonate with most Americans.

Merck & Company and Big Pharma’s Nefarious Search for Profits An Example of how a Small-Town German Apothecary Shop Morphed into a Greedy Multinational Corporation that Disregards Ethical Principles

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Duty to Warn

By Gary G. Kohls, MD – December 11, 2018 (3,141 words)

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“A number of other drug companies paid over a billion dollars in punitive settlements over that same span. Below is a list of seven of the most expensive ones. That list doesn’t include the dozens of other Big Pharma corporations that paid out lesser, “just-the-cost-of-doing-business” payments that were only in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

  • GlaxoSmithKline: $7.63 billion
  • Pfizer: $3.46 billion
  • Johnson & Johnson: $2.82 billion
  • Abbott: $1.82 billion
  • Eli Lilly: $1.71 billion
  • Teva: $1.47 billion
  • Novartis: $1.23 billion”

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One of the oldest and biggest pharmaceutical companies on the planet is New Jersey-based Merck & Company (known outside the US as MSD – short for Merck, Sharp & Dohme). Merck was once a German company (now international, with its head offices in the US) that is, technically speaking, 350 years old this year. Given its recent stock prices, it is having a happy birthday year ($55 per share last spring and $80 per share a few days ago).

Merck & Co was born when Friedrich Jacob Merck bought a small apothecary shop in Darmstadt, Germany in 1668. Friedrich’s shop sold the usual items of his era, including tobacco, wine, spices, herbal “remedies” and any other products that his customers regarded as potentially healing agents. Apothecaries were the precursors of modern-day pharmacies. The owners frequently dispensed medical advice, although they were not licensed physicians.

In 1827 – a century and a half later – one of Friedrich’s heirs, Heinrich Emmanuel Merck, converted the pharmacy into a drug manufacturing facility – and the rest, as they say, is history. Among the first products that Merck manufactured and marketed were the highly-addictive substances cocaine and the two early natural opioids, morphine and codeine. They were all over-the-counter drugs at the time.

Interestingly, Viennese psychiatrist Sigmoid Freud had a Merck connection in that he helped promote their cocaine drug when Sigmund discovered that the drug was a powerful “anti-depressant” (or at least it made him “euphoric” or capable of causing a predictable drug-induced mania). Freud’s support lasted only until the day he realized how addictive Merck’s cocaine turned out to be. More

A virtual presentation: The best 7 minutes of gun control speech!

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Published on Mar 31, 2013    But so relevant today.  This is a virtual representation because you know congress would never tolerate this much honesty put right in their faces.

 

 

 

TS Radio Network: TnT Tanya TalkS ..Oklahoma Prison Profits

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