SHOW AUDIO: 2013-08-14
Welcome to Thinkwing Radio with Mike Honig (every Wednesday from 2-3PM CT) on KPFT-HD Channel 90.1-3. One of our mottos is that you’re entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts, so we try to get our facts right.
If you don’t have an HD (‘Hi-Definition’) radio, you can hear KPFT-HD 90.1-3 at KPFT.org, listen online by going to KPFT.org and clicking on “Listen Live”, and then one of the HD3 links: HD3 (32k) HD3 (64k) . Or go to ‘HOW TO LISTEN’ and get the graphic on how it works.
Some of the links used for this show are as follows BELOW:
- Cornyn Op-Ed: Voter ID Protects Voter Equality (Also Here)
Only in America, Posted on August 7, 2013 8:44 pm by Rick Hasen
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS, SAN ANTONIO DIVISION (See p.19 of the actual complaint; p.27 of the PDF doc.)
- “Fast food joint pays workers $12 an hour, and lives to tell the tale”
- Moral Majority – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Pro-Life argument w/ Pro-Death Penalty argument, by Adam Strange 9m:20s (Self-described Professional artist, amateur comedy screenwriter, volunteer political psychologist) Discusses the Conservative ‘moral compass’ of action vs cost/responsonsibility:3:58-6:33
- From The Rachel Maddow Show, 29-June-2012 6m:08s (clip quoting MS State Rep Bubba Carpenter, 3:47-4:39)
- 10 Best Pro-Choice Arguments, by David Wuthen 33m:37s (Rebutting an article called “10 arguments in favor of pro-choice policy” because it seems to have the most common pro-choice arguments in the opinion of Mr. Wuthen.) 3:20-4:38, 6:06-6:55
- The Mann Act of 1910 [FULL TEXT]
- Effect of the Mann Act over decades of enforcement: The White-Slave Traffic Act, better known as the Mann Act, is a United States federal law, passed June 25, 1910 (ch. 395, 36 Stat. 825; codified as amended at 18 U.S.C. §§ 2421–2424). It is named after Congressman James Robert Mann, and in its original form prohibited white slavery and the interstate transport of females for “immoral purposes”. Its primary stated intent was to address prostitution, “immorality”, and human trafficking; however, its ambiguous language of “immorality” allowed selective prosecutions for many years, and was used to criminalize forms of consensual sexual behavior. It was later amended by Congress in 1978, and again in 1986 to apply only to transport for the purpose of prostitution or illegal sexual acts. For more info, go to article
- Florida governor says he’ll sue Georgia for water.
Rep. Anthony Weiner: Great Video Moments On The House Floor [VIDEO]
KPFT is the Pacifica station in Houston, Texas