News & Politics
Exclusive interview with Assemblyman Clifford Crouch of the 122nd District of New York
An exclusive NO Soundbites Allowed only interview with incumbent Assemblyman Clifford Crouch about his time in office, his bill to help the disabled, his votes on Red Flag bills, his experience in the Assembly and the first challengers in 12 years for the 2018 election.
Music: Matthew Cornwell, album - Icarus; Adam Ate the Apple, album - No Flying Cars
Simulcast 25: Was 2018 a lump of coal or a diamond? Will 2019 be the same?
The heartwarming gifts from New York State to you
Simulcast 24: What are your politicians doing to protect you?
Simulcast 32: Government invades your privacy for your safety - Consequences to EVERYONE
Greatful for freedom and wary of pending Government privacy intrusion
Were the 2018 mid-terms elections Goblin Slayer episode 1 in real life?
Lost Episode: What is an Affidavit vote and how does it affect voting?
Lost Episode: 2018 elections are like Disney Star Wars
Lost Episode: Do Migrants have US rights?
Lost Episode: Reflecting on 2018 NY-22 Spectrum News Debate at Colgate College
Pelosi get Waters treatment, Cherokee no more for Warren, would you vote for terrorism supporter and more
Live on WNBF: Is there bias in media against Republicans? Does candidate for Sheriff Matt Ryan support Antifa?
Racism, violent action... exactly what is too far for the Far Left and Democrats?
The lack of civility is not new, nor are those failing to provide it
Saturday Facebook Live simulcast #18: Kavanaugh vote impact on mid-term elections, 2020, and beyond with the public
How does Kavanaugh v. Ford predict the 2020 Presidential race? Our prediction
Simulcast 17 via Facebook Live: A public discussion on the Senate Judiciary Hearings of Christine Ford and Brett Kavanaugh - facts, beliefs, and impact
Simulcast #16 - The Ford v Kavanaugh debacle that is harming America - your thoughts discussed
Ford v. Kavanaugh - more than just a Supreme Court battle
In-studio guest Dom Costantino, speaks about Keapernick, 2018 and 2020 elections, mass shootings and heroin, and more
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