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#TFH on #VLR 6/22: Rants & “Raisin” Hell with @redsoutrage!

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Katie Jerkovich LIVE in Hour 2!

http://para-sol.ca/portfolio/ http://nolensvillemarketsquare.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://nolensvillemarketsquare.com/join/ UPDATE: REPLAY ADDED! Their Finest Hour is LIVE on Vigilant Liberty Radio tonight at 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific! Clearly, there’s lots to talk about!

can you buy Premarin in mexico In the first hour, I’m hoping to get a pro-gun control voice to join me for a spirited, yet respectful, discussion on firearms and the Second Amendment in the wake of last week’s horrific, racism-fueled mass-murder in Charleston, South Carolina. Whether that comes to pass or not, I’ll still give my take on the topic.

IMG_6696As a result of Charleston, plus a recent Supreme Court ruling, the display of the Confederate flag is back in the news, and on that I’ve got a little bit of a rant ready. I think I’ll also get ranty about the United States Government outsourcing some IT operations and development to China – and with recent data breaches, you can see where that’s gotten us.

In hour 2, I’ll be welcoming Katie Jerkovich (aka “Red Pickle” – Twitter: @redsoutrage) back to the program! Katie has been writing up a storm at her new gig at The Grizz, plus we have to talk about the great result for farmers and liberty that the Supreme Court handed down in Horne v. Department of Agriculture, which she wrote about here at TFH!

Appropriate also that I’ll have Katie on as it’s #RedheadMonday!

Phones will also be open! Please join us in the VLR Chatroom for the program and interact with us as the show goes on! You can also listen direct on Spreaker, a Spreaker mobile app, or using the other embedded show players you’ll find here.

10E/9C/8M/7P – don’t miss the show!

Here’s the replay!

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Raisin A Whole Lotta Trouble

“Being the little guy against the government can feel like a David and Goliath thing and the idea we could win is tremendous.”

These are the words of a small raisin grower in the Central Valley of California whose livelihood now rests in the hands of the United States Supreme Court.

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