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Time Out With Kevin Gallagher: December 2007

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Another Set Of Shows From The Archives

As many of you know, I’ve been very busy going through the archives and encoding past shows to digital format and up loading these to the blog. I’m uploading these to three different places on the web. They’re going to YouTube, Google Video and VEOH. So you can look there to see what I’ve got up. This is especially important for the shows I do that are longer than 30 minutes. This is important because many times, I will put a higher quality version up on both Google Video & VEOH because they have no upload size limitations as YouTube does.

So now here is the next set of shows from the archives.

First up is freelance photographer Daniel Smith. I had come across him in an article in the Fairfield Weekly about how he goes to places like Iraq to get photos of places that are in the news. This show dates back to 2005 and I’m attempting to reschedule him back on for another set of shows. His photos just as amazing as his experience there.

In this second part he talks about how he was basically kidnapped by Al Sadir’s people and brought to Al Sadir in person. He was set free once they knew that he was in fact just a freelance photographer and not military or CIA. In the program, we show the only known photograph taken by Al Sadir himself.

Next up is a show that originally aired in 2006 with guest Brigid Geurtin of the Danbury Historical Society. In this edition of the show we look at the written history of Danbury, CT through the official written records and books that have been written on the areas history. Mrs. Guertin is always an articulate and knowledgeable guest and is a regular on the program as a result.

Next up is a show that I did back in February of 2007 on Contra Dancing. In this show, we presented the music and dance of Contra Dancing. It was a fun show to do and happily I was able to fix the audio problem it had so now it both looks good and sounds good! The featured band that evening was “The Reel Thing” which features Julie Sorcek, a past guest on the show and has worked behind the scenes directing some of the other musical shows and all but the last election night show I did.

Over the years I’ve been doing the show, I have found that the most popular and most watched have been when I’ve had the former racecar drivers on from the Danbury Fair Racearena. This interview with track legend Don LaJoie is the one that started it all. What I found totally unbelievable was that this interview was done over 10 years ago in November 1997! I still remember doing this interview very clearly and it doesn’t seem as though it was done just over 10 years ago!!!

This is still one of my personally favorite interviews over the many years of doing the show. Mr. LaJoie talks about his experience at the track. Everything from his many victories to the death of flagman Ted Abbott at the track in 1980. When he spoke about the accident at the track that killed Mr. Abbott you can see how emotional he gets and anyone can see that for him it was just as real at the time of the interview as it was then when it happened.

In May of 2003 this gem aired with former racecar drivers Don LaJoie and Bones Stevens. Joining them was also track official Dan Evon to talk about their experience at the races. These have always been very lively with great interaction among the drivers. This show from 2003 was no exception.

A former workplace gave me several guests on my show over the years. One of these was with train enthusiast Dan Gallo to show many of the pictures of the local trains than run in the greater Danbury area. Also featured is video of the trains dating back to circa 1948. The video of the local trains I found to be really interesting, especially the color video of trains in Danbury. The video traces the railway from the Ridgefield – Cannondale stations to the Danbury rail yard. This is also covering much of the area when the TV show is seen on Comcast Community Access Channel 23.


Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Money As Debt

This is a very entertaining 47 minute video on how money really works. Paul Grignon's animated presentation of "Money as Debt" tells in very simple and effective graphic terms what money is and how it is being created.

This could be thought of as the animated version of teaching how money is created and used to Aaron Russo's masterpeice "America: From Freedom To Fascism."


Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Super Bowl Steve On John McGowan Presents

This past Monday, I appeared on my friend John McGowan's TV show, "John McGowan Presents." I had set up for John at his request a guest that has been on my show a few times and this is Super Bowl Steve.

We spent the hour talking with him about what he was told back in 1988 regarding what would be happening at the beginning of the 21st century.

John has asked me to co-host the show with him and I have agreed to do so, so you'll be seeing more of me on John's show on Monday nights covering issues in more detail.


Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Fulford Interviews Rockefeller

This is an amazing segment from Benjamin Fulford who was the Asian Chief of reporting for Forbes magazine. He interviews CFR and Trilateral Commission founder David Rockefeller Sr in Japan and offers his own background on the interview and analysis of Rockefeller's answers to his questions.

This is a subject that recent guest Warren Cuccurullo referred in my interview of him a few weeks ago. This is a must see video! Please check it out and share with everyone you know.


Sunday, December 09, 2007

Time Out's Cameraman Rich Merritt

On this episode of Time Out, we turn the cameras around onto one of our own to discuss his long association with cable access television. He has been doing the lion's share of the camera work for my show and many others for at least 9 years.

Rich is one of the best cameramen that help out many of the producers with their shows. In this edition, we talk about some of the challenges he faces as a cameraman in producing not only my show, but some of the others he helps out on.

The show was originally broadcast on 29 September 2006 and 2 October 2006.


Time Out Interview With Daphne Clark-Hudson

Time Out With Kevin Gallagher interviewed fellow cable access host and producer Daphne Clark-Hudson for a program that originally aired on 7 July 2006.

Ms. Clark-Hudson's website is

This is a little of her background from her home page bio:

Daphne Clarke Hudson is a Certified Professional Speaker and is recognized nationally for her Motivational and Keynote presentations. In her role as an empowerment specialist for more than twenty years. She is presently President & CEO of Clarke Hudson & Associates LLC, located in New Milford, Connecticut. This consulting firm works with individuals and organizations to fulfill their visions.

Clarke Hudson & Associates LLC's mission is to help people succeed in the changing world of work through improved communications with companies and employees, by increasing productivity and transforming negative attitudes into positive action to enhance employee and client’s relationship. The vision is to educate people with the techniques needed to tap into their authentic selves. This will enable their ultimate purpose and passion.

In recognition of her accomplishments and dynamic spontaneity, she was sought out to serve as Mistress of Ceremony at the highly acclaimed C4C Learning Center and T-House Conference where prominent U.S. attorney, Willie E. Gary was the featured speaker. For the past five years, Ms. Clarke Hudson has been the empowerment specialist for the Federal Correctional Institute for Women in Danbury, CT. She has made numerous speaking engagements throughout the tri-state region for profit and not-for-profit organizations.

Daphne has received numerous accolades, awards and honors for her wide range of community involvement and commitment. Her numerous recognition includes The Inter-religious and International Federation appointment of Ms. Clarke Hudson as an Ambassador for World Peace (IIFWP); She was recognized for excellence of leadership by the IIFWP, which was presented o her on Capitol Hill. She received two proclamations for the State of Connecticut General Assembly for Community Service and her education of parents to be advocates for their children. For three consecutive years (2002-2004), Daphne has been an Honoree for he International Who’s Who of Professional and Business Women for significant Career Achievements and Contributions to society. Ms. Clarke Hudson is an honored participant of the Korea, Japan and United States in the Pacific Era International Leadership Conference held in Washington, DC, with representation from (89) different countries.

Because of her passion for diversity, she founded the Multi-Cultural Parents Day and the Parent-to-Parent Buddy System in the City of Danbury Connecticut. She is also the state coordinator to the Echanges Culturels Internationaux Program. She continues to impact different communities through her involvement on various boards such as HUSKY Connecticut, The Connecticut Conference of Volunteerism, The Community Health Center of Danbury and copious members of others.


Saturday, December 08, 2007

Bizzy Bender From March 2004

I am happy to add another of the wonderful musically based shows from the archives and this one was with Bethel, CT based contempary singer songwriter Bizzy Bender.

Time Out has had a long tradition of having musical artist on the show. I came across her from an article in the Newstimes that year. Her webpage is and you can get a lot of really good info about her and her music there.

Christian songwriter and performer Bizzy Bender talks about her life, performing, song writing and influences in this half hour show.

She performs several of her songs during the show. Originally broadcast 12 & 15 March 2004.


2006 Christmas Show To Re-Air

Here is the Christmas show from 2006 and I'll be re-airing it complete on 21 & 24 December of this year, in 2007.

The focus of the special is Nancy Macko of Danbury , CT and how she decorates her home both inside and out.


Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Election Deception Video

Election Deception

Abbe Delozier and Vickie Karp of tell you more about why we should stop HR 811 now in this You Tube video.


Time Out's 3rd Show With

This is the 3rd show I did on vote fraud / computerized voting and on the contemptible electronic voting machines with Abbe DeLozier and Vickie Karp, the editors of

This show originally aired the Friday evening and Monday morning right before the 2007 Elections.

This year's elections were the first time all of Connecticut was forced to use the Diebold scanner type machines. These machines are notorious for rampant fraud which is one of the major reasons why the states of California and Florida have de-certified them from being used and the state of Illinois is very close to doing the same thing at the time of this writing.

The Secretary of State for California, Debra Bowen is currently suing ES&S, the largest maker of computerized voting machines for 15 million because of the fact that they continued to sell these machines to various California communities despite the fact that their machines were de-certified.

As I predicted, these machines showed varied results around the state. Here in the greater Danbury area had spotty results. In some areas, the machines seemed to work, although I did notice that the machines (as I said they would) returned the "results" no faster than the lever machines that my town, Bethel was using for many years.

Just over in Brookfield, the machines melted down and the police had to be called in to restore order. In East Haven, the meltdown was total and the results for the election there did not come through for a week.

Currently I am happy to say there is a 50 state lawsuit to stop the use of these fraudulent machines around the country. Our Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz was served papers for the lawsuit against her on election day of 2007. May justice prevail.


Time Out - Live From 13 September 2006

Presented for the viewers of the show and readers of this blog is a live show from the archives. This was one of the better live call- in's that I've done to date. It featured long time Bethel taxpayer advocate Matthew Paulsen (who is now ex-patriot in Breuno Aries, Argentina) and Dr. Armand A. Fusco, a 17 year Superintendent of schools and expert in school system finance corruption.

Many areas of this important issue were covered by not only the people on the program that evening, but many of the callers had truly excellent questions.

This show was special because it had one of those truly unbelievable things happen during it. This is the nature of live TV. This is a place where anything can happen and I mean anything.

Here's what happened. We had one particular caller to the show that evening. The person's identity I didn't pick up on at the time. The call comes in at roughly 41:53 into the show and was none other than the Head of Building Maintenance for the Town of Bethel, Robert Germanarro, who was the person in question who purchased a 1988 Jeep Cherokee from the Bethel Superintendent of Schools, Gary Chesley. Please keep this in mind when you hear the phone call. Understand the agendas at play and how Matt instantly picks up on it. The very next call is from Billy Michael, then the Vice Chair of the Bethel Action Committee who very tactfully plays political hardball with Mr. Germanarro and exposes the hypocrisy.

These series of phone calls were for me the highlight of the show that evening. Now here is some background information on Mr. Fusco and Mr. Paulsen.

Dr. Armand A. Fusco Bio:

During his combined 17 years as superintendent of schools for the towns of Branford and Hadley, Massachusetts, Armand A. Fusco, Ed.D. began to question what he felt was a “legacy of corruption” in the operation of public school systems. Five years ago, the Guilford resident, who also has 35 years experience in the education field, began compiling hard evidence to back up his suspicion that many forms of what he labels corruption exist within nearly all public school systems in the nation, cheating taxpayers out of money and children out of a better quality of education.

This September, Armand published his findings in School Corruption: Betrayal of Children and the Public Trust. (2005, iUniverse). Armand's book exposes corruption in public schools and related agencies like PTA/PTOs by compiling overwhelming evidence of cheating, deceit, waste, mismanagement, fraud, and stealing occurring in the public school realm. “Nobody will believe what's happening. This book is just the tip of the iceberg; what's hidden is what I couldn't find,” says Armand.

Armand delves into tough questions including, “why corruption and political correctness leads to poor student achievement, disgraceful school outcomes, and failing schools.” He also sheds light on inept school government, which he says is allowing corruption to “flourish.” Armand adds he did not write School Corruption to stir up controversy. By including his idea for a “remedy,” applicable within any school district, people can begin to change the system for the better, he says. “I want to see positive change, not stir up a lot of controversy. This has to get out now, so it's discussed as a hot topic, or like the Catholic Church [priest sex scandal], it will explode and cost us dearly—all because they wanted to hide the facts instead of protect the children.”

Armand was writing an education column for local newspapers between 1999 and 2003 when he began a six-part series touching on ways corruption surfaces in public school districts. His research continued after the series ended. It developed into the idea for School Corruption, when Armand realized such a book did not yet exist. As he uncovered story after story, Armand shared them with his wife, Constance. An experienced educator and education administrator, Constance M. Fusco, Ed.D. recently retired after 30 years in education. Constance served her last four years in the field as assistant superintendent of Madison Public Schools. “My wife, as I was writing this book, would say 'That can't be,' because she doesn't think that way,” says Armand, who dedicated his book to her.

From the Long Island school superintendent who somehow stole $11 million of public school money to an administrator who took candy money from a school fundraising drive, Armand can back up each example of greed and corruption with corresponding news stories painstakingly culled from national news archives. “It covers a 20-year span, but a lot of it is recent,” he points out.

His book offers page after page of examples, state by state, including a Connecticut test-tampering scandal at Stratfield Elementary School in Fairfield. The school, one of nine in the town, scored 40 percent higher than other schools and tested highest in the state. “In fact, it was the envy of other schools and even captivated educators from India and Japan, who visited the school seeking the secret for its success. The community and parents revered the principal,” writes Armand. The acclaim continued until an analysis of the school's standardized test scores showed five times the number of erasures than on tests by other schools; 89 percent of the answers were changed from wrong to right. As a result, a probe by the Connecticut Department of Education also found evidence of tampering in state tests taken at the school between 1993-95. An investigation, which cost taxpayers $200,000, followed. The state Department of Education resolved the principal couldn't be excluded from suspicion, as he had access to test materials. However, the principal denied the charge and even passed a lie detector test. Then, he made what Armand found to be a “secret” deal with the school board, and retired. When the students were re-tested under strict security, scores dropped below other schools.

In School Corruption, Armand calls such examples of cheating and deceit “CheDe” (cheaty). Armand also identifies waste and mismanagement as a form of corruption, calling it “WaMi” (whammy). WaMi typically follows CheDe's decay of value and ethics, opening the door to complacency, which allows school resources to become mismanaged. While it doesn't typically involve personal financial gain, personal gains come in the form of less work, less effort, empire building, and more.

As the Hadley superintendent of schools (1972-80), Armand encountered WaMi first-hand, when the district hired a speech therapist. “The first year, we had her as a part-time speech therapist. At the end of the year, she asked for full-time status, because of her caseload. She had the numbers [to show need] and she was made full-time. Beginning in the third year, she said she needed an assistant,” he recalls. Armand felt the numbers weren't making sense. “When you are working with students in speech therapy, you should have turn-over, not an increase; and I told her so,” he says. Armand called in an independent speech therapy consulting group from neighboring UMass, and asked for a review of the needs of students in his district's speech therapy program. Meanwhile, the speech therapist went to parents and the press, until “they were ready the hang me at tenure time,” he says. But Armand was able to prove the expense of adding an assistant to the speech therapy program was unnecessary. “The [UMass therapists'] report came back saying two-thirds of the kids didn't need therapy. She was building an empire,” says Armand of the therapist.

WaMi violates what Armand feels is an “...implied sacred covenant between the taxpayers and the schools,” to spend money effectively and efficiently. As Branford superintendent of schools (1985–92), Armand says one instance of coming up against WaMi occurred during an attempt to save money by consolidating teacher hiring. “While I was there, we consolidated five elementary schools to three schools. The principals of each school wanted an art teacher. I said, 'What do you want covered?' They told me, and I worked out a schedule where two teachers could cover the three schools. Each principal then went to the school board to say they weren't getting an art teacher; and the board gave them three art teachers.” Astounded, Armand recalls asking the principals, “What will you do with the extra time those teachers will have? They said, 'We'll think of something,' and the board agreed to that!”

The final fitting acronym for the third form of corruption covered in Armand's book is “FraSte” (frosty); fraud and stealing. “It should 'frost' all taxpayers because it's their dollars that are being stolen in some way,” he says. Just one FraSte example in School Corruption describes a middle school secretary who regularly stole money from student accounts set aside for activities such as field trips. By the time auditors uncovered the theft, she'd already left town, having embezzled an estimated $483,000. No matter what you call it, Armand says, “Where ever you find money, you're going to find corruption...they've even stolen grand pianos. It's not just little stuff; it's anything that moves.” Corruptions also comes in less tangible forms, such as stealing time or tweaking work loads to justify jobs and programs.

In addition to exposing the many types of corruption in public school systems, and its resulting diminished quality of education for students, Armand notes he wrote School Corruption to challenge school boards to re-tool and create a new beginning. He even provides what he calls “...a simple remedy,” to make the challenge a reality.

Matthew Paulsen Bio:

A 33-year resident of Bethel, Matt first became active in community affairs in high school and college, serving as the alternate youth member of the newly-formed Bethel Youth Commission in 1986, and as the Secretary to the Permanent Building Committee under the leadership of Geraldine Mills in 1988. He was elected by the voters of Bethel to a two-year term on the Zoning Board of Appeals in 1991 and was subsequently elected to a four-year term on the Board of Finance in 1993, serving as its Vice Chairman in 1996. Matt has been a Justice of the Peace of the State of Connecticut since 1995.

Matt is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations. He currently has responsibility for marketing development for a Fortune 500 company in Danbury, CT. A frequent global traveler, Matt has visited over 65 countries to date. Mr. Paulsen is currently living in the country of Argentina.

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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Time Out Interviews Elise Marciano Of United States Citizens for Immigration Enforcement

In this episode of Time Out With Kevin Gallagher, we had local immigration activist Elise Marciano of United States Citizens for Immigration Enforcement (USCFILE)on the program to discuss the issue. The show originally aired on 28 September 2007 and 1 October 2007. This was after she appeared on another program and had to hold her own against three other people. I wanted to have her on my show to hear what she thinks and believes on this important issue without being interupted and demonized.

No matter what side of the issue you may fall on, I believe this made for a very interesting discussion on the issue with points that are not widely covered by either side.


Monday, December 03, 2007

27 November 2007 Article - Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

November 27, 2007
Impending Destruction Of The US Economy

By Paul Craig Roberts

Hubris and arrogance are too ensconced in Washington for policymakers to be aware of the economic policy trap in which they have placed the US economy. If the subprime mortgage meltdown is half as bad as predicted, low US interest rates will be required in order to contain the crisis. But if the dollar’s plight is half as bad as predicted, high US interest rates will be required if foreigners are to continue to hold dollars and to finance US budget and trade deficits.

Which will Washington sacrifice, the domestic financial system and over-extended homeowners or its ability to finance deficits?

The answer seems obvious. Everything will be sacrificed in order to protect Washington’s ability to borrow abroad. Without the ability to borrow abroad, Washington cannot conduct its wars of aggression, and Americans cannot continue to consume $800 billion dollars more each year than the economy produces.

A few years ago the euro was worth 85 cents. Today it is worth $1.48. This is an enormous decline in the exchange value of the US dollar. Foreigners who finance the US budget and trade deficits have experienced a huge drop in the value of their dollar holdings. The interest rate on US Treasury bonds does not come close to compensating foreigners for the decline in the value of the dollar against other traded currencies. Investment returns from real estate and equities do not offset the losses from the decline in the dollar’s value.

China holds over one trillion dollars, and Japan almost one trillion, in dollar-denominated assets. Other countries have lesser but still substantial amounts. As the US dollar is the reserve currency, the entire world’s investment portfolio is over-weighted in dollars.

No country wants to hold a depreciating asset, and no country wants to acquire more depreciating assets. In order to reassure itself, Wall Street claims that foreign countries are locked into accumulating dollars in order to protect the value of their existing dollar holdings. But this is utter nonsense. The US dollar has lost 60% of its value during the current administration. Obviously, countries are not locked into accumulating dollars.

The reason the dollar has not completely collapsed is that there is no clear alternative as reserve currency. The euro is a currency without a country. It is the monetary unit of the European Union, but the countries of Europe have not surrendered their sovereignty to the EU. Moreover, the UK, a member of the EU, retains the British pound. The fact that a currency as politically exposed as the euro can rise in value so rapidly against the US dollar is powerful evidence of the weakness of the US dollar.

Japan and China have willingly accumulated dollars as the counterpart of their penetration and capture of US domestic markets. Japan and China have viewed the productive capacity and wealth created in their domestic economies by the success of their exports as compensation for the decline in the value of their dollar holdings. However, both countries have seen the writing on the wall, ignored by Washington and American economists: By offshoring production for US markets, the US has no prospect of closing its trade deficit. The offshored production of US firms counts as imports when it returns to the US to be marketed. The more US production moves abroad, the less there is to export and the higher imports rise.

Japan and China, indeed, the entire world, realize that they cannot continue forever to give Americans real goods and services in exchange for depreciating paper dollars. China is endeavoring to turn its development inward and to rely on its potentially huge domestic market. Japan is pinning hopes on participating in Asia’s economic development.

The dollar’s decline has resulted from foreigners accumulating new dollars at a lower rate. They still accumulate dollars, but fewer. As new dollars are still being produced at high rates, their value has dropped.

If foreigners were to stop accumulating new dollars, the dollar’s value would plummet. If foreigners were to reduce their existing holdings of dollars, superpower America would instantly disappear.

Foreigners have continued to accumulate dollars in the expectation that sooner or later Washington would address its trade and budget deficits. However, now these deficits seem to have passed the point of no return.

The sharp decline in the dollar has not closed the trade deficit by increasing exports and decreasing imports. Offshoring prevents the possibility of exports reducing the trade deficit, and Americans are now dependent on imports (including offshored production) for which there are no longer any domestically produced alternatives. The US trade deficit will close when foreigners cease to finance it.

The budget deficit cannot be closed by taxation without driving up unemployment and poverty. American median family incomes have experienced no real increase during the 21st century. Moreover, if the huge bonuses paid to CEOs for offshoring their corporations’ production and to Wall Street for marketing subprime derivatives are removed from the income figures, Americans have experienced a decline in real income. Some studies, such as the Economic Mobility Project, find long-term declines in the real median incomes of some US population groups and a decline in upward mobility.

The situation may be even more dire. Recent work by Susan Houseman concludes that US statistical data systems, which were set in place prior to the development of offshoring, are counting some foreign production as part of US productivity and GDP growth, thus overstating the actual performance of the US economy.

The falling dollar has pushed oil to $100 a barrel, which in turn will drive up other prices. The falling dollar means that the imports and offshored production on which Americans are dependent will rise in price. This is not a formula to produce a rise in US real incomes.

In the 21st century, the US economy has been driven by consumers going deeper in debt. Consumption fueled by increases in indebtedness received its greatest boost from Fed chairman Alan Greenspan’s low interest rate policy. Greenspan covered up the adverse effects of offshoring on the US economy by engineering a housing boom. The boom created employment in construction and financial firms and pushed up home prices, thus creating equity for consumers to spend to keep consumer demand growing.

This source of US economic growth is exhausted and imploding. The full consequences of the housing bust remain to be realized. American consumers lack discretionary income and can pay higher taxes only by reducing their consumption. The service industries, which have provided the only source of new jobs in the 21st century, are already experiencing falling demand. A tax increase would cause widespread distress.

As John Maynard Keynes and his followers made clear, a tax increase on a recessionary economy is a recipe for falling tax revenues as well as economic hardship.

Superpower America is a ship of fools in denial of their plight. While offshoring kills American economic prospects, “free market economists” sing its praises. While war imposes enormous costs on a bankrupt country, neoconservatives call for more war, and Republicans and Democrats appropriate war funds which can only be obtained by borrowing abroad.

By focusing America on war in the Middle East, the purpose of which is to guarantee Israel’s territorial expansion, the executive and legislative branches, along with the media, have let slip the last opportunities the US had to put its financial house in order. We have arrived at the point where it is no longer bold to say that nothing now can be done. Unless the rest of the world decides to underwrite our economic rescue, the chips will fall where they may.

Time Out's 2nd Interview With Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

Recently, I posted the third interview I had done with Dr. Paul Craig Roberts. The is the second interview and in this interview Dr. Roberts speaks on the insanity of the neocons and how they are in fact "Jacobins" in their political thoughts and actions. Also covered are his views on the events on 9-11, particularly the strange, controlled demolition of Solomon Brothers Building, more commonly known as "Building 7."

Dr. Roberts has a long and impressive background. Known to many as the "Father of Reaganomics", he was the number two at Treasury in the Reagan White House.

He is the author of Supply-Side Revolution : An Insider's Account of Policymaking in Washington; Alienation and the Soviet Economy and Meltdown: Inside the Soviet Economy, and is the co-author with Lawrence M. Stratton of The Tyranny of Good Intentions : How Prosecutors and Bureaucrats Are Trampling the Constitution in the Name of Justice.


Time Out Elelection Night LIVE 2007

This is the entire three hour show from Tuesday, 6 November 2007 covering the elections in Bethel, Danbury and Ridgefield, Connecticut.

Not only included were the results, but many segments that included interviews with the candidates and the voters that were done that day.

This is an incredible snapshot in time to be able to look back upon to see where the three towns headed politically and why.


Sunday, December 02, 2007

Al Cuppett Video

This is a video of a guest that I will be having on the show in the next week or two.

Retired Joint Chiefs of Staff Action Officer Alexander Cuppett, with 31 years military experience and an above top secret classification delivers what might be the final warning you'll receive before the new world order makes their big moves.

In this video, he speaks of FEMA concentration camps, Red & Blue list roundups, the return of the guillotine and this is just the beginning!

I am able to present this video here with the full knowledge, permission and blessing from Al Cuppett.


First Set Of New Shows

Hello again to all of the viewers of the TV show both on Comcast and over the world wide web! As you will see, I have been very busy getting many of the past shows
encoded. Recently, I was able to track down a software package that makes it possible for me to encode from analog video to a digital format that can be upload to
places like YouTube and Google Video. Without getting into all of the gory details, this means that there will be a lot of activity on this blog, so make sure you come back and visit often, because you'll be seeing many of the past shows here all too soon.

First up is a recent interview I did with Duran Duran's former lead guitarist of 15 years, Warren Cuccurullo. Warren was discovered by the late great Frank Zappa and was a member of Zappa's band. From there, he was a founding member of the band Missing Persons with fellow Zappa band mate drummer Dale Bozio.

Scroll down a little ways and please check out two interviews that will give you some awesome backgrounding on Frank Zappa. There is his 1980's era appearance on the TV show Crossfire and on a now defunct BBC TV show Music Box.

If after seeing the interview, you would like to find out more about Warren, he has a MySpace page and that is so check it out if you dare! ;)

Next up is an interview I did not too long ago with fellow long time cable access producer Walter Hronchik, who produces the program Earth Matters. Walter has been producing his show for some 20 plus years.

I have always been truly thilled to have this next guest on my program and that is the former Asst. Sec. of the US Treasury and now (my favorite) columnist Dr. Paul Craig Roberts. Dr. Roberts in my humble opinion calls it like it is politically down in the district of criminals (Washington DC) and he worked with many of these madmen in the Reagan White House. It is because of this that I have always highly valued his insights on the current happenings at the Hill and many other important world happenings. This is important because the very same madmen he was working with in the Reagan Whitehouse are the same ones running the country into the ground right now are a gearing up for a war in Iran.

Next up are two interviews I did about one year ago with political activist Walter Reddy of Easton, CT. In this first of two interviews we discuss the rampant vote fraud going on all over the country because of the use of these very fraudulent electronic voting machines. Walter, to his credit, has been very radio active in getting the word out about how bad these machines are. He is currently involved with the 50 state lawsuit to stop the use of these machines and is suing Connecticut Secretary of State Susan Bysewicz.

I have soon another show on vote fraud I'll be posting, so please watch for it.

On this second show with Walter, we discuss the effect and role secret societies in our american culture. I feel this show is a really good intro to learning about about secret societies if you do not know much on the subject.

I plan to have Walter back on the show again soon. Over the summer of 2007, Walter was very active helping with the Ron Paul campaign. I'll have him talk about those experiences, and yes even with Rep. Ron Paul personnally while on the campaign trail with him.

Coming up in the next day or two will be the recent 2007 Election night show, all three hours of it posted here.

Enjoy the shows and tell a friend to stop by the blog.