In this installment of 3D Politics Live.. The US Supreme Court ruled that a defendant can now be tried and punished for the same criminal act, by multiple govt. entities. The Feds can try you after the state gets their pound of flesh out of you.
Tonight we discuss the out-of-control Attorney general & his new state healthcare program,
What are all these war rumors about?
Who decided which children's cartoons are gay?
& Why does a worker need to pay the state for a license to go to work?
Tonight we talk about the bold Kansas claim of states' rights regarding firearms law & manufacturing for intra-state commerce.
Then we talk about the latest strategies being employed by Marijuana proponents, to roll back the state prohibition during next year's session of the 57th Oklahoma Legislature.
Along with all that we'll talk tobacco banning extremists and a possible "Straight Pride" parade in Oklahoma.
This week's show is about abusing power vs respecting freedom. We talk about cops who arrest folks for not talking to them. Remaining Silent might get you arrested, and told that you have the right to remain silent.
Then we celebrate the Oklahoma legislature's recent session and the scores they earned for Extolling Freedoms in law .
Then we take a critical look at the roll & process of party primary campaigns and how a party builds Campaign Rules
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