Carlos Beruff

carlos promo Carlos Beruff – Senatorial candidate for Florida will be on today’s show

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July 16th Show

Rubio, Brown and Baxley were all in the cross-hair sights of this show. Don’t understand Pokemon craze? Neither does Terry and Jim explains it to him. Plus the normal left vs. right argument.


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Florida lawmaker campaigns on the death of officers


A state lawmakers is vowing to pass what he is calling “Blue Lives Matter” legislation that would make killing police or firefighters a hate crime.

State Rep. Dennis Baxley, R-Ocala, was already researching the idea earlier this summer, but said after seeing the police killings in Dallas at a Black Lives Matter rally on Thursday night, he’s even more determined to file a bill patterned after a Louisiana law when the Legislature next meets in early 2017.

“Law enforcement officers hold the fabric of our society together,” said Baxley, who is locked in a tough Republican primary battle for a state Senate seat in central Florida. “An attack on them is an attack on our tradition of ordered liberty and we must do everything possible to hold individuals who do them harm accountable.”

Historically an action is considered a hate crime when the victim is targeted because of characteristics such as their race, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation, not because of the type of employment they have. Hate crimes can result in longer prison terms or steeper fines for people convicted of them.

“(A hate crime) has to be against something intrinsically tied to someone’s sense of self, someone’s immutable characteristics, things they can’t change. It has nothing to do with someone’s profession,” Stetson Law professor Charles Rose said.

Traditionally, the hate crime label has been used when there is a “societal reason to prevent habitual and implicit bias against a certain group,” he said.

Rose added that he thinks the “Blue Lives Matter” legislation proposal is a political ploy that came too quickly after the Dallas shootings. And he doesn’t expect any new laws to give police more protection anyway.

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July 9th Show

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Did you know you can get married in Virginia at 13 years old? Neither did Jim and Terry and they voice their thoughts on that idea. (read about this story here) Plus other stories from around America.


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July 2nd Show

House of Representative District 10 candidate Carol Daugherty came in today to introduce her campaign to our audience and Judge/attorney Rick Schutte came in for “ask an attorney” segment. State law have change on DUI, you should listen to the new law.

Here’s Attorney Schutte website: Frederick Schutte’s website


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The Gun Argument is a Diversion From Other Issues

Murder rate us

It never fails, a mass shooting happens in America and the gun hate groups come out and scream “gun control” by some measure. Let’s look at the simple facts.

The simple facts are:
There are roughly 330 million people in the United States. According to the FBI of the year 2013 there were 12,253 murders. That means: .004% of the United State population was murdered. (This number includes guns, knifes, fist beatings, drowning, etc.) Out of this number 8,454 people were killed by some type of gun (rifle, handgun, other gun)

The rest of the murders, 3799 people were killed by other means. (fighting, knives, poison, blunt objects)

Remember, gun ownership has been increasing over the last 20 years with murder rates dropping.

There were 29,989 fatal motor vehicle crashes in the United States in 2014 in which 32,675 deaths occurred.

This means: .009% of the United State population died in a car accident. **More people died in a car accident than by murder.

Does this sound horrible? Yes, when you come pair it to countries like the U.K. which has a population of 64 million people, France population of 66 million and Australia population of 23 million.

We have 14 times more people living in the US than Australia and 5 times more people than France.

If you look at the U.K. murder rate, it seems you have a better chance dying by murder there than in the U.S.

murder rate in UK

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