Hello from Radio Land: VoteRescue Radio, Where People Count, One Vote at a Time!
This Friday, July 11, from 6 til 8 pm Central time, we are excited to have several fascinating guests: In our first hour, we'll have Penny Langford Freeman giving us her take on the Texas Legislature's June 25th hearing on electronic voting, where she gave a statement; on the "Festival 4 Freedom" event in Sturgis, S.D. where we shared a house for several days on and around the 4th of July; and another surprise topic of high interest to Texans! Penny will be joined by colleague Carol Jones, who also attended the hearing; Carol was the ballot integrity chair for former Texas Governor Bill Clements.
Penny Langford-Freeman is a fourth-generation rancher/farmer who worked for Congressman Ron Paul as his District Political Director, Caseworker and Scheduler for 10 years. While representing the Congressman before many forums, she became a spokesman for the Americanist cause in her own right. She currently owns Revolution Consulting, an independent political consulting agency. She and her husband also own an equine health facility, Liberty Oak Ranch on the Gulf Coast. They have eight children ranging in ages from 15 to 34. Penny has a lot of political savvy and gives a fun and fascinating interview.
In our second hour, we welcome back Richard Hayes Phillips, who has been touring the country promoting his new book, "Witness to a Crime", an investigative report and eyewitness history -- the document of record for what really happened during the 2004 election in Ohio.
Richard began investigating the 2004 Ohio Presidential election when he received an unsolicited e-mail containing obviously erroneous election results from Cleveland. He quickly found that hundreds of votes in certain precincts had inexplicably shifted from John Kerry to other presidential candidates. This made him a witness to a crime, with a duty to investigate further and to present his findings publicly.
Phillips wrote and submitted 21 papers to the Ohio Supreme Court as an expert witness in the Moss v. Bush lawsuit. He presented evidence of voter suppression, failure to count ballots cast, and alteration of the vote count, sufficient to question the alleged victory of George W. Bush in Ohio. You won't want to miss this interview!
Karen and I will also be giving more details about the Texas Legislature's hearing on electronic voting, and the excellent presentations of the experts VoteRescue brought in: Bruce Funk, Noel Runyan, Jim March, and Clint Curtis; and we'll talk about the Sturgis event and what transpired there last weekend at the "Festival for Freedom", organized by "Granny Warrior" Linda Hunnicut.
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