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Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock
07-15-14 -- David Johnston - Howard Wooldridge - Barry Hess (MP3 & VIDEO + BONUS LOADED)
David Johnston (BitAngels) provides an update on Bitcion - Howard Wooldridge (CitizensOpposingProhibition.org) on the children/drug war refugees on the southern border - Barry Hess (Libertarian for AZ Governor) comes in studio to give an update on h
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Time: 270:0 Mins and Secs
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Time: 270:0 Mins and Secs
BONUS INTERVIEWS AT THE END OF EACH HOUR...
1 -- David Johnston (BitAngels) provides an update on Bitcion
2 -- Howard Wooldridge (.CitizensOpposingProhibition.org) on the children/drug war refugees on the southern border
3 -- Barry Hess (Libertarian for AZ Governor) comes in studio to give an update on his campaign
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Citizens Opposing Prohibtion
Howard discusses this point of view: Kids on the Border=Drug War Refugees
Regarding the humanitarian crisis/kids on the southern border...
During the Blitz of London in 1940-41 parents sent their children to
strangers in the country to save them from German bombs. Parents in Central
America are doing the same, trying to save their kids from Cartel violence.
These 60,000 kids are refugees of the drug wars in Central America.
Currently folks are screaming to pass immigration reform as a solution to
the waves of kids showing up on the border. Passing immigration reform
will have 0.0 impact on kids coming up to escape drug war violence.
Detective Howard 'Cowboy' Wooldridge, Retired
Co-Founder of LEAP.. Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
Drug Prohibition/War on Drugs has been the most dysfunctional, destructive
and immoral policy since slavery and Jim Crow.
, Barry Hess
Libertarian Issues and Campaigns
Local Libertarian Activist running for AZ Governor
As I set out on the campaign trail again, I'm
already noticing that there's something very wrong in Arizona politics. There
are two things missing, and they've been missing for some time now. I listen to
all of the other candidates as I await my chance to sell my ideas to an
audience, and I know full well that potentially one or two of them will
actually compete with me in the general election, for the governorship of
Arizona this November, but I have no hopes that they will offer the missing
What's lacking in Arizona politics are;
'vision', a personal view of what Arizona will be like if their mission is
accomplished, if they get total co-operation from 'everybody', while daring to
take on bold, world-class projects. Of today's world leaders, why is it that
only China and the United Arab Emirates seem to dare to do great things?
The next time you get a chance to ask your
favorite politician a question, ask 'em what they see in Arizona's future, and
how they plan on getting us there. Let me save you some time; they'll propose
to re-invigorate our State in a piecemeal way, not considering those mysterious
'unforeseen circumstances' that always come into play.
Have you ever noticed that candidates will
tell you how they stand on, and what they think of all the little single-issue
legislation; but they can't tell you what the big picture looks like when you
put all their little promises together. Now, I'm sure once this is published
and available to them, that all the other candidates who keep an eye on such
things will follow my lead, and their campaign staff will suddenly come up with
the 'candidate's' personal vision for Arizona's future. That should prove
Based on past experiences, I rest assured that
between 12 and 20 candidates will ultimately announce that they will seek the
Office of Arizona Governor over the course of the dance, and each of them will
come with a plan to fight for some issue, or special interest. At least one
will try to bribe the People of Arizona by claiming they already have
commitments from industries to bring a 'thrillion' dollars, and millions of
jobs with them…but those industries will 'only' come if that particular person
is elected. I always thought it would be interesting to see how CEOs explain to
shareholders that they are willing to put everything, including earnings on
hold for a candidate they don't contribute to.
The rest don't appear to even consider how
their pet issue interacts with individual rights, special interests, and
current circumstances; in other words, they don't have an 'end-game' because
they don't have an objective, or a clear target to aim for. They do not see the
bigger picture. Whether it is through negligence, or limitations in
capabilities, is not the question; the bottom line is that whatever previous
officeholders have done, has left Arizona mired in unemployment; home losses,
enduring a brutal Depression and a continuing loss of manufacturing and
employment opportunities—all while saddling Arizonans with ever-increasing
personal debt, taxes and regulations to comply with, so now is not the time to
do 'more of the same'. Our constitutionally required public education system
remains arguably 'last' in marketable 'results', in a nation that on the whole,
now ranks 39th or lower, as compared with other nations. The stakes
are the highest they have ever been; we need to choose Arizona's future
Considering the resources we spend on
educating Arizona's student population, that is an inexcusable result; and
that's why I'm asking YOU to help turn things around. I tend to look at things
'a little differently' than other candidates; and I don't mind discussing and
considering the value of all points of view on issues of concern to
constituents. After all, my charge as 'chief public servant' requires listening
to all of my employers.
Let me share my thoughts on issues, and how
each fits into my vision for Arizona's future, so there will be no question as
to the objectives we are going to reach. All we have to do is focus on growing
our way out of this Depression, and don't give up until we do. This is how I
think Arizona should go forward, and how I see Arizona's potential future:
I have a clear view of what Arizona's future
could look like. I've also set benchmarks for my administration, so Arizonans
will be able to keep track of our progress. That should give Voters enough
confidence to test me on keeping my campaign
promises. I challenge all Arizona voters to stand with me in November, so we
can finally put Arizona on the right track to a prosperous and productive
candidate I've been asked a lot of questions by the Olde Media reporters, and
the vast majority of them are insultingly stupid, and irrelevant. The one
question that I think is 'the' most relevant, and should always be asked of a
candidate; is the one that none of them has ever asked.
"How will Arizona be different, at the end
of your (first) term; where will we be, and how will the People of Arizona have
benefited by your service in office?"
In other words; what are the candidate's
values, goals, and objectives, and how do they fit into the 'big picture'—the
will of the People?
Isn't that a great question? It kind of
answers all other questions, doesn't it? The 'how' should be of less concern to
responsible voters, than is the objective. A true leader reaches his/her
objective; he/she doesn't just 'try', or 'fight hard for' something—they 'do'.
They see it through, and they get the job done. They identify exactly what they
are targeting, and they don't let the superfluous details stand in their way.
Have you ever noticed that politicians these days will only go so far as to
tell you what causes (s) they 'support', or what bills they think are good, but
no further? I see that as superficial governance, and it's the route they all
seem to take.
I think a candidate's 'vision' should be the
number one consideration for voters, and certainly not "their political
experience". At this particular time in our history, 'successful political
experience' is the last thing I would want on my resume; to say I could thrive
in a corrupt organization would only draw questions as to my own personal
character. Don't you think? I mean, if all a career politician is successful at
is what brought Arizona to where she is, wouldn't their 'successful experience'
be at doing the wrong thing(s)?
At the conclusion of my first term, I expect
to see Arizona leading the rest of the nation in a re-invigoration of the
original ideals that founded 'America", where government is consigned to
protect, not ignore, the rights of each individual. I believe it is essential
that the Arizona government be constrained by recognizing, and respecting its
constitutional limitations; especially in 'urgent' or 'emergency' situations.
I also expect an economic revival that will
catch the rest of the country in an economic vacuum, and I believe they will
follow suit. I see the people of Arizona enjoying a dynamic and thriving
economy based on eliminating oppressive regulatory restrictions and
requirements that currently hinder entrepreneurs, and stifle new business
start-ups. At the heart of our local economy is a thriving State Bank that
keeps our money, right here in Arizona, and it is prepared to accept payment or
trade in a variety of payment forms, old and new. As such, Arizona will offer a
stable political and economic business environment that will attract companies
who will want to settle right here in Arizona.
If you can contribute, the individual limits are $2,500.00
(each), for the Primary, and for the General; you MUST be an American
(no foreign contributions), and if you can give over $50.00, you'll need
to include your name, address, occupation and employer and send it to:
HessForGovernor 2014, P.O. Box 6011, Glendale, Arizona 85312. Or you can
contribute directly from our campaign site (www.HessForGovernor.Com), or even donate directly through PayPal (Send to: AZGovernor@Earthlink.Net)
and make sure you specify that it is a gift, and not payment for
services. (We're also setting up to accept BitCoin for those forward
*Those who contribute $50.00 or more will get a free copy of
Louis Carabini's, excellent book, "Inclined to Liberty"–a modern
equivalent to Bastiat's "The Law". It's 108 pages of brilliance, and
I'll be signing them with a personal message just for you. For those who
contribute $100.00 or more, I'll also throw in a copy of my own book,
The PeaceMonger (see more at: www.ThePeaceMonger.Com). In any case, I'm sure you'll find great some great thoughts to ponder and share in both of them.
*Right now, the Republican and Democrat Parties are bleeding
members because of what they've done, while the Libertarian Party has
grown by 20%! We've gained less than they lost–they're desperate. Only
registered Independents are growing faster. You're at the forefront of
the next American revolution, and with your help, we're going to win
this one, too!
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