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Feb 22nd, 2012 - Jordan Page - Adam Kokesh - Brad Friedman - (AV Loaded) (KickAss BONUS Seg.)
Jordan Page and Adam Kokesh Veterans for Ron Paul March - Brad Friedman of BradBlog.Com discusses 8 years of investigative journalism (BONUS 43 Mins in Studio with Brad Friedman 'Freedom vs They/Them/Those')
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Time: 167:0 Mins and Secs
02-22-2012 Hour 1 Ernest Hancock - AZ GOP Debate in
Mesa, AZ and activism surrounding event:
02-22-2012 Hour 2 Ernest Hancock - Jordan Page and Adam Kokesh:
02-22-2012 Hour 3 Ernest Hancock - Brad Friedman In Studio:
02-22-2012 Ernest Hancock - Brad Friedman - BONUS:
Jordan Page just came from the Veterans March for Ron Paul in Washington D.C., and will be playing at 1 p.m. at the Mesa Arts Center on Wednesday, Feb 22nd. Also, Jordan will play at the after debate party being held at the
Friedman's blog covers voting rights and election integrity issues in the USA, and a number of other subjects related to media reform and political corruption from a progressive standpoint.
His blog site is generally critical of Premier Election Solutions (formerly Diebold Election Systems),ES&S, Sequoia Voting Systems and electronic voting in general.
Based on his advocacy at The BRAD BLOG and in other publications, he was invited to testify at the Election Assistance Commission's Voting Advocate Roundtable Discussion. Friedman is a noted advocate of a return to paper balloting and of the role of bloggers as journalists. he has been described in the New York Times as "perhaps the most dogged critic of electronic voting machine technology in the blogosphere".
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