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  • Oct. 19, 2017 – Senior Legal Analyst Time And Did The White House Press Secretary Break This Law By Calling For A Firing?

    A personality on ESPN called Donald Trump a white supremacist, and then some, and the White House Press Secretary then called for the personality to be fired. She was not fired, but suspended, but there are now calls for the White House Press Secretary to suffer consequences for the demand for the firing! There is […]

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  • Oct. 18, 2017 – How The Internet Changed Banking And Still Is Changing Banking – What Is “Social Finance, Inc.?”

    The Internet is only about twenty years old, in popularity. Email and web surfing really didn’t hit big until the mid-1990’s and then it exploded – as we know. Today we use the Internet for everything and banking, like sales and so much more, has been revolutionized by being online. One aspect of the online […]

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  • Oct. 17, 2017 – Senior Legal Analyst Time And Can States Make Tax Return Disclosure A Condition For Ballot Access?

    California’s Governor just vetoed a bill that would have required presidential candidates to disclose five years of tax returns in order to get ballot access. He said it would be likely thrown out by the courts and that it is a dangerous instrument to use. We’ll explore this today, but it’s definitely Senior Legal Analyst […]

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  • Oct. 11, 2017 – Senior Legal Analyst Time – The Legal Complexities Of The Harvey Weinstein Situation

    On the show today, we discussed the political component of the Harvey Weinstein story. In this BTN, we look at the legal problems arising from his situation. Mr. Weinstein has apparently been the beneficiary of eight settlements with women (they stopped suing him) and now his company has ousted him. From potential criminal prosecution, to […]

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  • Oct. 9, 2017 – It’s Not “Columbus Day” But “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” At Least In LA, Seattle, Denver, And More!

    If you are in L.A. today, welcome to “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” as there is not an official City of Los Angeles “Columbus Day” celebration to be found – it has been eradicated from the city calendar! Plus, the County of Los Angeles has done so as well, and other large cities (and a few states) […]