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TS Radio: Whistleblowers! Whistleblowers! Lawrence Lucas & Eddie Slaughter on the eve of SCOTUS Protest

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whistleWhistleblowers is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit July 27-29, 2016 in Washington D.C.

Join us this evening for a special broadcast with Lawrence Lucas and Eddie Slaughter as the farmers arrive in DC for tomorrows protest at the Supreme Court.  The USDA, referred to as “The Last Plantation”, refuses to treat women, Hispanic, native Americans and black farmers with the same degree of equal access that is provided to farmers not in these groups.  Funding withheld or denied and more than 14,000 formal complaints to the EEOC civil rights division of USDA have gone unanswered.  By law the USDA has 60 days to respond and yet many of these complaints were filed many years ago.

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On Friday, July 8, 2016 at 9:00 am, farmers from the Southern Region and others who believe in justice and equality will descend on the U. S. Supreme Court to once again seek and demand justice through the courts and to bring to light and awareness of the unfairness of the settlement of the Pigford Class Action, and the continued discrimination by the USDA, “The Last Plantation”. The theme is “Are Black Farmers in 2016 the New Dred Scott of 1857?”.

Many of the complaints have involved the fraudulent taking of land.  To date more than 2.3 million acres have been taken from black farmers alone.

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Whistleblowers! Arthuretta Martin..Racism, stress and its effects

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marcelWhistleblowers is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit July 27-29, 2016 in Washington D.C.

Distinguished Toastmaster Arthuretta Martin is a longtime advocate in the Whistleblower Community. After a 25-year career in the Federal Government, she launched a small business that focuses on stories and song to heal, educate and inspire. A certified Stress and Wellness Coach, she currently serves as Chair of the Health and Wellness Committee for the Coalition for Change – an Advocacy organization that informs the public on the systemic practices of discrimination against Black Americans within the Federal Government. Her business, Words and Melodies, provides audiences of all ages the experience of learning through the powerful tool of storytelling. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Administration and a Master’s of Science in Federal Contract Management. As a member of the National Speaker’s Association, Toastmaster’s International, National Storytelling Network and the National Association of Black Storytelling she believes in using story to promote healing, understanding and respect.

TS Radio Whistleblowers! Michael Springmann: Orlando: False Flag or actual event!

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Stop BLM’s cruel experiments using wild horses & burros as lab rats: Charlotte Roe, founder of Wild Equid League of Colorado (& TCF Advisor), on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., 6/22/16)

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Carol Walker, Dir. of Field Documentation and R.T. Fitch, Pres. and co-Founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation host tonight’s show.  Our guest is Charlotte Roe, Founder of Wild Equid League of  Colorado and Advisor to The Cloud Foundation.  We’ll be detailing BLM’s cruel experiments on wild horses and burros that are a launching pad for widespread use as “population suppression” on the remaining wild horses and burros.  These heartless experiments are the endgame for wild horses and burros on our public lands.  We’ll also tell you how you can help to stop these experiments.

BLM experiments include senseless laser ablation on 8 month old foals and, with along with partner Oregon State University, risky ovariectomies via colpotomy (pictures below) performed by veterinarian Leon Pielstick.

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TS Radio: World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD)

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TS RAdioJoin us June 15, 2016 At 6:00 pm CST!

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Our show will open with a remembrance of Tracey Anne Miller who passed away on April 30th, 2016

Join us this evening along with our guest speakers to demand awareness of the abuse of the elderly at the hands of professional predators working through the Probate Tribunals.

6:15  Deirdre Gilbert.   Founder of the National Medical Malpractice Association

Discussing the medical abuse of the elderly.

6:30  Carole Herman.. Founder of  F.A.T.E

30 years of fighting for the rights of the elderly in guardianship

6:45  Joe Roubicek..Investigator/State of Florida

How Law Enforcement is basically not set up to protect the elderly. 

How probate court has changed over the last 30 years.

7:00  Patrice Gilgan.. Private Investigator/ Owner of Pat Rice Investigations

Investigations and California state Ombudsman

7:30  Kathleen Dunn...  Advocate for her mother even after her death

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Whistleblowers! Forestry Continues its discriminatory practices & USDA’s Silence

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TS RAdioJoin us June 9th, 2016 at 6:00 pm CST!

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marcelWhistleblowers is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit July 27-29, 2016 in Washington D.C.

Our Guests: Lesa Donnelly and Darlene Hall

Lesa Donnelly lives in Anderson, California. She is a California native.
She worked for USDA, Forest Service, in California (Region 5) in administrative and collateral fire positions from 1978 to 2002, retiring in 2002 under a settlement agreement.
Lesa currently works as a paralegal, representing Federal employees in civil rights matters ad federal employment matters. She and her brother, Robert Donnelly have represented employees before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Merit Systems Protection Board for twenty years. In 2002 they founded Donnelly and Donnelly Alternative Dispute Resolutions and have represented federal employees at the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Interior, the Postal Service, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Veterans Administration.
While working for the US Forest Service, Lesa filed a sex discrimination class action lawsuit in 1995 (Donnelly v. Glickman; Donnelly v. Veneman) on behalf of 6000 Forest Service women in California. The issues were sexual harassment, hostile work environment and reprisal. The federal court certified the class in 1996. Working with a team of attorneys, Lesa was part of the Settlement Negotiation Team. The Federal Court approved a Consent Decree in 2000 that provided injunctive relief and individual settlements to class members. The Federal Court appointed Lesa as a Monitor for oversight and implementation of the “Donnelly Settlement Agreement.” The Consent Decree ended in 2006.
Since 1998 Lesa has been Vice President of the USDA Coalition of Minority Employees and the Women’s Issues advisor to Coalition Presidents Ron Cotton and Lawrence Lucas. The Coalition addresses civil rights issues that affect USDA and other Federal employees by working with agency officials, congress, the White House, other civil rights organizations, and the media. Since 1998 Lesa has worked on civil rights policy issues with the House and Senate. She is considered an expert on issues of sexual harassment and work place violence in the Federal sector.
In 2008, Lesa testified before the House Committee on Government Reform on sexual harassment and workplace violence against federally employed women. She has been invited to the White House three times to discuss civil rights issues.
Lesa currently represents a class action complaint filed in August 2014, on behalf of USDA, Forest Service female firefighters in Region 5, California. There are seven class agents representing the north, central and southern forests of California.
Lesa has participated in civil rights panel discussions in conjunction with the NAAPC, The Coalition 4 Change, and the National Whistleblowers Conference, to name a few. She has given interviews to the New York Times, Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Sacramento Bee, the Associated Press, Reuters, CNN, National Public Radio, Pacifica Radio, and other national/local radio and TV media.
Darlene Hall lives in Lancaster, California.
Born in Massachusetts, moved to California in 1980.
Employed by USDA – Forest Service, Angeles National Forest
Current Position: Forest Fire Aviation Officer
Darlene started working for the US Forest Service in 1980 at a Young Adult Conservation Corp. (YACC) on the Los Padres National Forest, Region 5, California. This was a Recreation Trails/Fire Crew. She quickly moved into being a crew supervisor and worked until 1984.
In spring of 1987 Darlene was asked to come back to the Forest Service and be the Youth Conservation Corp Crew Leader (YCC) for the program between the Los Padres National Forest and Santa Barbara County Schools. In August of that year after the program, she was asked if she would go into the Fire organization, and work on the Pine Canyon Engine and assist in the driving. (This was due to her experience working with heavy equipment when she lived on the East coast.)
Darlene has worked in Fire since 1987 – all in California, Region 5. Throughout her career, starting on the Los Padres National Forest she has endured Job Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Bullying, Name Calling, Work Place Violence, and blatant Reprisal for reporting it.
In 1990 Darlene joined the Local Union as a Steward to help clean up blatant violations against the employees and their negotiated rights, and to address unequal treatment from management and others toward the employees. In 1995 she became the Local Union president and held that position until 2002 when she left the Los Padres National Forest. Darlene’s goal was to create an all-inclusive and positive working environment for all employees. This is still her goal.
While working for the US Forest Service, Darlene was one of the 6000 Forest Service active class members in the 1995 California class action lawsuit (Donnelly v. Glickman; Donnelly v. Veneman). Prior to this class action Darlene had filed an EEO complaint on sexual harassment and discrimination on hiring practice (non-selection) for only promoting male employees in fire. For example, a local Fire Management Officer told her that he would let her know when, where, and how she would promote when he felt like it. It was widely known that he only promoted men past the GS-5 level. Since the Donnelly class action (and Consent Decree) Darlene has filed numerous other EEO Complaints for Reprisal, discrimination, sexual harassment, and discriminatory hiring practices.
During Darlene’s 27+ years Fire career in the Forest Service – Region 5 she has endured dead, rotten, and road kill animals placed in her fire pack and on her driving seat on the engine. She has been called derogatory and profane names and comments, to her face and in front of male peers. She has been denied promotions while male peers received them. Often she was expected to perform those duties without the promotion. Numerous times Darlene was denied promotions for which she was clearly the higher qualified candidate, but males that were hired. She was held to a different process than male peers for fire qualification upgrades. She was denied developmental training that would enhance her career and make her competitive to male peers. Darlene was denied fire assignments she needed to stay current in fire qualifications, while only males were ordered to fill those positions. She was selected for a promotion but the Regional Human Resources Office delayed it, and after 7 months pulled and improperly disqualified her from the position. Darlene has endured wide spread defamation of her character, work ethic, knowledge and abilities due to male managers in the region and at the Regional Office purposely discrediting her.
In 2013, three months after her former male supervisor of six years retired, she received her first of two promotions. He had been providing potential employers false information about her performance when contacted as a reference check. During that time Darlene worked for him she applied for over 50 job promotions with no success until the supervisor retired.
 On several occasions Darlene traveled to Washington, D.C. and talked personally with Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell about the discriminatory practices against female firefighters and others. She also met with other assigned personnel from the Department of Agriculture and Forest Service to discuss these matters. She met with members of the House and Senate. To date nothing has been done to clean up the widespread, blatant discrimination and reprisal.
Darlene is a lead Class Agent in the Region 5 Female Firefighter Class action complaint filed August 29, 2014.
Darlene has talked with news reporters and spoken on national radio stations regarding the civil rights violations against female firefighters.

TS Radio: Voices Carry for Animals #92

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TS RAdioJoin us Tuesday June 7th, 2016 at 7:00 pm CST!

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Guest will be: Donna Hughes-Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, and Performer – Animal Rights Advocate

Dog On A 10 Foot Chain by Donna Hughes (OFFICIAL)

Did you know that an estimated 4-5 million dogs are still living outside 24/7/365 on chains and in pens all across the nation? And that in most areas of the country chaining is not banned or even limited? If you, like most musicians, think dogs deserve better than life at the end of a chain.
Donna Hughes’ original song, “Dog On A 10 Foot Chain” has certainly caught the attention of people around the world as she brings important awareness to dogs being kept on chains and living a life of suffering. The heart-wrenching tune appears in different two versions on her current albums, From the Heart and Fly.
Multi-award winning Singer-Songwriter and Animal Rights Activist, Donna Hughes has won the 2015 Canine Freedom Award in the Musician category from Dogs Deserve Better – a nonprofit organization that has been freeing chained dogs since 2002.
Most Americans know that dogs are Man’s Best Friends, AND we love and treasure them as true family members. We don’t want to see any dogs left alone out in the cold; let’s work together to bring them out of the backyards and into the home and family.
The Animal Rights Advocate continues her passionate mission to change tethering laws around the country. Hughes recently launched a Change.org petition to change tethering laws around the country and in her home state of North Carolina.
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TS Radio: Whistleblowers! With Lawrence Lucas~~ The USDA is “The Last Plantation”

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TS Radio: Mike Volpe reports on the Rucki divorce/custody case

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Ts Radio: Whistleblowers! Sheila White~~Fighting the Giant~~all the way to the Supreme Court

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TS RAdioJoin us this evening May 19th, 2016 at 6:00 pm CST!

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marcelWhistleblowers! is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit July 27-29 in Washington D.C.

Sheila White began her employment at Burlington Northern And Santa Fe Railway Company in June of 1997 finally leaving their employment in October of 2002. During those five years, Sheila endured sexual harassment and gender discrimination on a virtual daily basis. The harassment was followed up with three formal complaints to the EEOC. Eventually, Sheila sued for the humiliating discrimination and the retaliation intitiated by her supervisor and many co-workers which was continuous.

Sheila took her case all the way to the Supreme court…..and won. Her 9.5 year journey is documented in her book: Fighting the Giant Available at Amazon.

On June 22, 2006 the United States Supreme Court made a landmark decision in Sheila White’s favor, ruling 9-to-0 in the case she brought against the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company. She worked in the Tennessee rail yards, one woman alongside many men. Her book describes how she learned to stand up for herself and how she helped the legal system defend her from the discrimination, retaliation, and humiliation she experienced.

Sheila is available for speaking engagements. You can contact her for information at Swhite50@yahoo.com

Fighting the Giant by Sheila White is available at Robertson Publishing.

www.robertsonpublishing.co and at Amazon.

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TS Radio: Brian Kinter and the Judicial Accountability Movement (JAM)

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Brian Kinter joins us to talk about the Judicial Reform Movement (JAM) is gathering momentum!  Brian has first hand experience in the abuses of what is now laughingly referred to as our “judicial system”.  Across the country the abuses, corruption in what is supposed to be courts, is at an all time high.  As families, single parents, the elderly, the disabled become victims of what is nothing less than human trafficking conducted through this system, it is evident that we are being bought, sold and traded for profit by those who are enabled and protected by these so called “courts”.

Join us as Brian talks about JAM and his new radio show !

https://www.facebook.com/groups/jam2016/

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TS Radio: Whistleblowers.. Ret. Federal Marshall David J Grogan

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TS RAdioJoin us this evening May 12, 2016 at 6:00 pm CST!

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TS Radio: Electroshocking children…Dr. Linda Lagemann

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TS Radio Whistleblowers! Sean Higgins update on Memphis VA

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Gail Eisnitz, author of “Slaughterhouse” and Chief Investigator for Humane Farming Assoc., on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., 5/4/16)

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