Mike opens with an encouraging report of a Texas legislator seeking to ban red-light cameras. Lou shares some of his thoughts on underage drinking and military service. Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth founder Richard Gage is coming to Scranton next Saturday. Mr. X simply notes that no heads rolled for 9/11 failures: there seemingly were no repercussions for the profound security failures of that awful day. Lou speaks briefly about free market medical care, citing new Gazette subscriber Lane Chiropractic of Clarks Summit as an example. Lane no longer accepts insurance, opting for a “pay what you can” model.
Segment II (18:03)
Judicial reform activist Bruce Levine is in studio to discuss the next Custody for Cash strategy session at Scranton’s Elm Park UM Church on March 19 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Rich Pius, director of the Luzerne County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) group, will speak at the meeting. Levine said that those caught up in the Family Court system are no longer alone as he was just a few years ago, citing his facebook group Voices as one example of the support and networking systems currently in place. He says, “We’re helping people find meaning in the chaos.”
Segment III (33:58)
2014 U.S. congressional candidate Andy Ostrowski calls in to discuss his efforts to expose and curtail homeowners’ association (HOA) abuses. Andy is the founder of the Pennsylvania Civil Rights Law Network and his March Gazette article highlighting one particular HOA, Hidden Valley in Berks County, may be found here.
Segment IV (46:58)
Independent Gazette IT director and graphics artist John Manko makes a rare studio appearance to discuss some of the technical aspects of Hillary Clinton’s home-based email server. One significant concern: insufficient security measures for the server. Shortly after the story began to break John had scoured various registration records and discovered a significant connection to a longtime Clinton aid with a Drums address.