Lou’s back in the studio from his excursion out West. Mike offers well wishes to the son of a fellow Tea Partier from the NEPA Tea Party. The young man give Mike some hope for America. Gary from Millville calls in to discuss recent US House action concerning the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) secret trade arrangement. He challenges his fellow fifty-somethings to ask themselves if they’re proud of the country they’re passing on to today’s youth. As for Gary, he’s rather ashamed. Lou also speaks briefly about a bombshell revelation of IRS targeting of Obama administration critic Wayne Allen Root.
Segment II (19:54)
Lou speaks to the difficulty of mounting a free and independent press venture . . . how does it remain free of corporate dollar shackles yet remain financially viable? He then shares some events from the previous week concerning a child custody hearing and a plea for help. One recipient of that plea was a local television station. It’s response? It did not possess the investigative resources to pursue the matter. Bruce Levine is in studio and states that he’s got a moral obligation to speak out about Family Court injustices. Becca calls in to relate her experiences in Luzerne County Family Court the previous day.
Segment III (35:33)
Lou wants to discuss the importance of accurate, reliable official court records. Bruce testifies of court records locally having been altered, while Mr. X speaks about government in general designing a system to obfuscate. X also comments on the recent USA FREEDOM Act, asserting that federal courts in particular are operating outside the bounds of the law.
Segment IV (50:43)
Bruce invites listeners to the next Strengthening Families Rally, to be held on the grounds of the Lackawanna County Courthouse in Scranton on July 18, from noon until 4:00 p.m. He also mentions the next Custody for Cash/judicial reform meeting at Elm Park UM in Scranton, June 24 (a Wednesday this time), from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Carolyn calls in to relay the difficulties she’s experienced locally in obtaining her own court records from the clerk of courts.