After now having been a political commentator for 10 years, I took a short break to assess the political landscape since President Trump was electeed. The result is shocking. Not because of Pres. Trump, but because of the propaganda and zombie partisanship that is taking place. It's an issue that needs to be addressed first, as the nation resets its political agenda for the next 4 years.
Lots of life changes going on, sorry for the delay. With that said, this episode we discuss flag burning. Not just the American flag either. Based off of conversations on social media and in person, we decided to take on this issue. Most of all, in the final segment we issue a challenge about burning flags - will you take up that challenge? Like and share, and most of all comment.
With the 2016 NY elections over, and incumbent State Senator Fred Akshar re-elected, we discuss what are the plans for 2017. What issues are the priority and what can votes expect to see in legislation?
This special episode is dedicated to a discussion on a controversial topic: militias. Specifically constitutional militias, especially in New York. We speak to guest and founder of the New York Revolution and State Commander for the NY Light Foot Militia, George Curbello. We ask the questions the media won't ask but the public wants to know. It's an informative conversation that can only be found here at NO Soundbites Allowed.
To see the first interview with George Curbello, and our video of that interview, visit http://www.mvass.com/2015/04/21/discussing-the-2nd-amendment-ny-safe-act-constitutional-militias-at-vfw-478/
This episode is dedicated to speaking with the next generation. We discuss the 2016 election and current politics with Chris Almeida of Binghamton University and President of the BU College Republicans. This is an exclusive look into a segment of the voting population rarely heard from by major news media.
Things get a bit excited in this episode, but with the 2016 elections just a week away how can you blame us. Wikileaks and revelations about the DNC abound. The impact on down-ballot races is apparent. But most of all, the rank-and-file vote is pre-eminent in everything happening. Corruption cannot exist where well informed voters reside.
Just a semi-rant of how disappointing the 2016 elections are. Not just the Presidential election, but all the way down the ballot. Yes, voters are being played, manipulated, and most don't even see it.
Well it took a few months, but we were able to lockdown candidate Jason Garnar inbetween events in his campaign schedule. The Democratic challenger for the Broome County Executive race, spoke without fear to the "Dragon of the Southern Tier" and addressed his concerns for the future and the Southern Tier.
The 2016 elections, more than any election in recent memory (or perhaps ever), is poised to be an election cycle based on feelings over facts and details. From the presidential to the local elections, candidates of all political Parties are avoiding details and manipulating the emotions of voters. How this will prioritize policy, where it can, depends entirely on how your vote ranks.
With the latest news on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton since Friday in the open, we stop to look at what this all means. What are the critical things to be thinking about as the 2nd Presidential debate of 2016 unfolds? What will this mean for the nation, and the world?