News & Public Affairs

Saturday October 25, 2014


Raymond Strack

Retired Homeland Security officer discusses drug law enforcement

Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei speaks to a retired Department of Homeland Security officer about Amendment Two, medical marijuana and the impact of drug enforcement on law enforcement and securing our borders

Raymond Strack retired in January 2010 from the Department of Homeland Security, Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement as a Supervisory Criminal Investigator/ Supervisory Special Agent. He began his Federal Law Enforcement career as a Customs Patrol Officer in 1983 in New Y...

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Previewing the Florida Primary Election

On Tuesday, August 26, Floridians vote in their primary election. We focused in on the Charlie Crist-Nan Rich Democratic gubernatorial primary election, as well as the AG race between Perry Thurston and George Sheldon, and local races as well.

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Wearable Art

The Dunedin Fine Art Center is presenting its 10th annual Wearable Art show, which incorporates recycled and artistic fashions.

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Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL, right) with Craig Latimer.

photo by Janelle Irwin/WMNF News (Dec. 2013).

Senator Bill Nelson calls for more U.S. military attacks inside Syria and Iraq

The Pentagon says U.S. warplanes have made three more airstrikes against Islamic State targets near the Mosul Dam, including a machine gun position that was firing on Iraqi forces.

In a conference call with reporters Thursday provided by his office, Florida U.S. Senator Bill Nelson said he met with the president of the Free Syrian Army in Turkey. Nelson says there should be more U.S. military actions inside Syria and Iraq.

"Well, we're not gonna put boots on the ground. The American pub...

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Pensacola senior challenges Paul Ryan on Medicare vouchers

Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan is touring Florida promoting his new book; the former Republican Vice Presidential nominee was met by protesters Friday in Pensacola.

In this video provided by the liberal activist group Americans United for Change, a senior citizen asks Ryan why his budget slashes taxes for millionaires and corporations, but voucherizes Medicare.

Paul Ryan will be in our area on Sunday. He’ll be at the Books-A-Million at Brandon Town Center Mall at 3:00 p.m. and at B...

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Frank Clemente, Executive Director Americans for Tax Fairness

Some major U.S. corporations make plans to dodge taxes by merging overseas & Florida Cannabis Coalition’s event in Tampa

Today on Radioactivity Rob Lorei speaks with Executive Director, Frank Clemente from the group Americans for Tax Fairness.

In recent months, several major U.S. corporations among them Walgreens, Medtronic and AbbVie have announced possible plans to renounce their U.S. corporate citizenship and move their corporate address offshore by merging with a foreign company. The merged corporation then pays most of its taxes to a foreign government usual...

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From a Woman's POV discusses child deportation and Police practice in Ferguson

“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses…”
Troubling Times……

These are hard troubling times. Remember last week we talked about the immigrant children coming across our border? Did you hear this week that at least five of the children deported to Honduras were killed shortly after arrival back in Honduras? BISHOP MINERVA G. CARCANO, the first Hispanic woman to be appointed a United Methodist district superintend...

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Florida Governor Rick Scott (2012).

photo by Janelle Irwin/WMNF News.

Florida scientists say Governor Scott should engage more on climate solutions

This week scientists from around Florida met with Governor Rick Scott to warn him about the dangers the state is facing because of climate change; several of those scientists told the media about what they shared with the governor during a webinar Thursday.

Florida State University oceanographer Jeff Chanton says he advised Governor Scott that Florida faces unprecedented temperatures and sea levels because of skyrocketing carbon di...

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MintPress News founder talks about the Palestinian-Israeli crisis

Reuters is reporting that an Israeli air strike killed three senior Hamas commanders in the Gaza Strip today. All three, killed in the bombing of a house in the southern town of Rafah, had led operations against Israel over the past 20 years, the Islamist movement said.

Following the collapse on Tuesday of a 10-day ceasefire, the Israeli military appears to have ramped up its efforts to hit the leadership of Hamas's armed wing.

Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei speaks to Mnar Muhawes...

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