Saturday, October 12, 2013

Show Notes 10/10/13

Show Sunday 10/10/13

Interview with Mark Harvey
Mark Harvey is a member of the “Committee of Concerned Journalists” and hosts his own talk radio program on the “Heading Right Radio Network.” He is a Citizen Journalist and a featured contributor to “American Daily Review.” He has had his work published by the “Canada Free Press”, “Digital Journal”, “The New Media Journal” and contributes to several other publications.

Truckers Ride for the Constitution to Shutdown D.C.
This weekend, October 11 – 13, Truckers Ride for the Constitution plan on driving into Washington, D.C. and shutting down the beltway (the I-495 loop which encircles D.C.) with their big rigs.

Border prosecutions curtailed
U.S. attorneys are shelving most civil prosecutions and immigration courts are closed except for the most pressing cases because of the federal government shutdown.

Family calls 911 for medical help; cops show up and kill son
A Georgia family claims they called 911 in order to get medical help for a member of the family suffering an adverse reaction to diabetes medication.
But instead of an ambulance, the dispatcher sent two police officers, who proceeded to shoot and kill the 43-year-old Jack Lamar Roberson in front of his mother and fiancé.

‘Battle of Yorktown:’ Private Restaurant Refuses To Obey The Fuehrer’s Orders To Shutdown
The shutdown of Washington has now become the battle of Yorktown.
In the same place where America fought its final battle of independence, one American businessman is refusing to bow to pressure to close up shop during the shutdown.

Rent-a-cops hired to ring Philly's Independence Hall, threaten arrests
Armed private security guards are on the job to keep the public away from Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, and one even threatened to arrest a political activist if he stepped on the sidewalk beside the iconic building where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were debated and adopted.
http://washingtonexaminer.com/rent-a-cops-hired-to-ring-phillys-independence-hall-threaten-arrests/article/2537087