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12-08-15 -- Nick Dranias - Karen Kwiatkowski (MP3s & VIDEO LOADED)

Nick Dranias (Pres & Exec Dir of Compact for America) provides a summary of the events at Compact for America (ConCon) - Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) gives her perspective on Russia, Syria, Turkey,
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Guests: Nick Dranias

Hour 1 -- Nick Dranias (President & Executive Director of Compact for America) comes on the show to provide a summary of the events his past week/weekend with ALEC 

Hour 2 -- Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) gives her perspective on Russia, Syria, Turkey, etc...

Hour 3 -- Freedom's Phoenix Headline News

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December 8th, 2015

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock

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Studio Line: 602-264-2800 

 

Hour 1

Nick Dranias

President and Executive Director of Compact for America 

Webpage: CompactForAmerica.Org

Nick Dranias is President and Executive Director of Compact for America Educational Foundation, Inc. which is a 501(c)(3) charity that focuses on educating citizens and statesmen about the power of interstate compacts to achieve constitutional amendments and other reforms. He also serves as a Board Member of Compact for America, Inc., a 501(c)(4), and as a Civil Liberties Advisory Council member for Our America Initiative, also a 501(c)(4). He previously served as General Counsel and Constitutional Policy Director for the Goldwater Institute. Dranias led the Goldwater Institute's successful challenge to Arizona's system of government campaign financing to the U.S. Supreme Court. He remains "of Counsel" for the Institute in representing the City of Tombstone in a fight to protect its 130 year old municipal water supply from U.S. Forest Service overreach. Dranias also serves as a constitutional scholar, authoring scholarly articles dealing with a wide spectrum of issues in constitutional and regulatory policy. His articles have been published by leading law reviews, bar journals and think tanks across the country. Dranias' latest works are In Defense of Private Civic Engagement (forthcoming), Introducing "Article V 2.0:" The Compact for a Balanced Budget (Heartland Institute/Federalist Society); Recognizing Pension Fund Insolvency: A Catalyst for Reform (Goldwater Institute with Dr. Byron Schlomach) and Moving Forward: A Roadmap for Choice and Competition (Goldwater Institute with Drs. Andrew Kleit and Byron Schlomach).

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TOPICS DISCUSSED...

EVENT ONE


ALEC (AZ Leg Exchange Council) States and Nation Policy Summit; Dec 2-4, 2015; Scottsdale, AZ

Share your knowledge and experiences in Scottsdale with nearly 1,000 legislative leaders and job creators. Plan your 2016 agenda with workshops and discussions focused on returning the appropriate balance of power between the states and the federal government. Participate in task forces to develop policies that encourage innovation and investment, expand economic opportunity and protect the American taxpayer.

Online Registration for our States and Nation Policy Summit has closed. Please visit our registration desk onsite at The Westin Kierland to register for the meeting. If you have any questions about this policy or are interested in becoming an ALEC member, please contact Marie Vulaj at mvulaj@alec.org.

EVENT TWO

"A Republic We WILL Keep" Adds Vice Admiral Harward To Speakers Panel

(See also - https://arizonadailyindependent.com/2015/11/29/a-republic-we-will-keep-adds-vice-admiral-harward-to-speakers-panel/)

As the ADI reported earlier this month, "Republic We Will Keep" is the ultimate year-end event celebrating Compact for America's success in uniting the states to fix the national debt and honoring the Navy SEAL Foundation.

According to organizers, the event is about honoring those who protect the Republic domestically and internationally and having high octane, unforgettable fun enjoying the freedom they enable.

The event provides attendees with a opportunity to network high impact individuals who might not otherwise meet while forging bonds based on shared values.

Compact for America is laying the social, financial and political infrastructure needed to neutralize and overcome opposition while tackling the single greatest power held by the federal government-its unlimited borrowing capacity.

"Sponsors and attendees will enjoy the benefit of new networking opportunities, having high octane fun, building unforgettable memories, and getting a hellava deal on racing cars, shooting machine guns, cigars, drinks and meals," said Nick Dranias.

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Nick's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Guest-Page.htm?No=01059


Hour 2

Media Type: Audio • Time: 58 Minutes and 55 Secs

Hour 2 -- Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) gives her perspective on Russia, Syria, Turkey, etc...

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Hour 2

2015-12-08 Hour 2 Karen Kwiatkowski from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.


 Karen Kwiatkowski 

 

 

Karen Kwiatkowski

Retired Air Force Colonel, Former Pentagon Officer, Professor, Shenandoah Valley Cattle Farmer

 

Webpages:

Facebook.Com/Karen.Kwiatkowski.12

Archive.lewrockwell.com/kwiatkowski/kwiatkowski-arch

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Karen's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Guest-Page.htm?No=00956


Hour 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 43 Minutes and 32 Secs
Guests: Ernest Hancock

Hour 3

2015-12-08 Hour 3 Headline News from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Ernest Hancock

Freedom's Phoenix Headline News

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TOPICS DISCUSSED...

San Bernardino Hoax: One Shoot Out, Two Locations

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Witness to San Bernardino Massacre Describes Shooters:

Witness Sally Abdelmageed, who works at the Inland Regional Center and witnessed the shooting in San Bernardino, was interviewed live via telephone by CBS Evening News the day the massacre happened.

The news anchor begins "She saw the attackers enter the building, and we spoke to her by phone."

"We saw three men dressed in military attire," she says. "I couldn't see his face, he had a black hat on... black cargo pants on, the kind with zippers on the side... He had a huge assault rifle a lot of ammo..."

She continues, "They opened up the door to building then he starts to, you know, shoot all over into the room - that's the room we have conferences in..."

"I called 911 and I just hid under my desk.."

"As I was talking to the dispatch, we went into my manager's office and locked the doors..

"Mrs. Abdelmageed, can you describe to me in as much details as you can what did the gunman look like?" the CBS anchor asks.

"I couldn't see his face, he had a black hat on. All I could see was a black hat, black long-sleeved shirt...
He had extra ammo. He was probably ready for something, to reload - I don't know know..."

"I just saw three, dressed exactly the same." They looked like they were athletic build, and um, they appeared to be tall..."

"You're certain that you saw three men?" the news anchor asks.

 
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