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July 31, 2016 Podcast: “Local Happenings and The Democrats Party”

With C.J. joining us again,we started this week show focused on what our state and local government is doing:

920x920Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate, Bill Bledsoe is promoting open carry for SC with a series of rallies in every county and at the State House.

ZIk0NG4Greenville County closed off Tower Rd and a popular lookout spot atop Paris Mountain due to vandalism and trash.


While much of Greenville has enjoyed growth and progress, some areas are still mired in the poverty and stagnation.  The City is calling these areas Special Emphasis Neighborhoods, although we may know them better by other terms, like “the ghetto” and “District 25″(although not all of them lie withing District 25) .  We took an initial look at how the City is growing and why these areas have been left behind.

Hillary Clinton delivers her acceptance speech of the Democratic nomination for president on the final night, July 28, of the Democratic National Convention at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pa. --Deanna Del Ciello/Education Week

Finally, the Democrats and Hillary Clinton had their party and we shared out thoughts.


July 24, 2016 Podcast: Domestic Violence Unpunished, An Instructive Police Shooting and The Donald’s Party.

We began this episode examining a recent sentencing in an Upstate domestic violence case that might begin explaining why South Carolina has such a horrid record on domestic violence.



Next, another unarmed citizen is shot by the police, but maybe this one will lead us to a real discussion on how to improve policing in America and more safety for all our communities



Finally, we look at look at the Republican National Convention and Republican nominee, Donald Trump’s acceptance speech.


July 3, 2016 Podcast: Runoff results and Policing the Police.

We were surprised by some for some of the results of our recent runoff election and discussed what happened.
We spent the remainder of the show talking about how we, the People, police the police,
policing employing FOIA requests,  filming the police and more.



Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th

Time to vote again!


Tomorrow, Tuesday June 28th is election day again.


In Greenville County, there are several runoff races to be voted on:

State Senate 6:
Sen. Mike Fair
William Timmons

State Senate 12:
Sen. Lee Bright
Scott Talley

Greenville County Council 21:
Stacy Kuper
Rick Roberts

Greenville County Council 25:
Ennis Fant
Councilwoman Lottie Gibson

Greenville County Sheriff:
Sheriff Steve Loftis
Will Lewis

If you live in any of these districts or live in Greenville County in general, be sure to go out and vote tomorrow.


Remember that if you voted in the Republican primary, you must vote in the Republican runoff and if you voted in the Democratic primary, you must vote in the Democratic runoff. Also, if you did not vote in either primary, you are free to vote in any runoff that is in your precinct, but only in one party.