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He's baaaack.... Summarizing his trip to Manhattan, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Norfolk and Annapolis, Ernest shares his thoughts on the state of the Libertarian Party, his run for National Chair, his meeting with Dr. Paul and his visit to the Na

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Superior Court Judge John Buttrick joins Ernest in Studio for the entire 2 hours. Judge Buttrick was also the Libertarian candidate for Az Governor in 1994 and served on the Libertarian National Committee and as LPUS Platform Committee Chairman.

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The city's 30-day notice of foreclosure, sent to hotel owner Monument Realty last month after the company defaulted on its loan, expires today. The notice lists an outstanding $40 million balance on the loan. Monument officials said two weeks ago that they hoped the lender, New York-based PB Capital, could agree to new terms before the property across from the Kennedy Center was forced into foreclosure. But apparently new investors did not step forward in time.

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Mobius Nemesis

Today several us showed up for the case of Eason v. Indymac bank. I was, for the first time in my life, impressed by a judge. Judge Buttrick was actually concerned with following the law and doing the right thing. In court? I had never seen that done before and if you know who I am you understand that I have seen a lot of trials and been involved in more than my share. I was almost speechless afterwards. The judge was biased toward doing the right thing and reaching a fqair conclusion. He did not even appear to be concerned that the banks might not like him. What the hell did I just write?