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Liberty Talk Radio with Joe Cristiano

Liberty Talk Radio – Featuring the Chancellor of The University of Logic, better known as Cristiano’s conservatory, correcting convoluted conversation. Joe addresses issues directly effect you. His programs is based on critical thinking not always palatable but good food for thought. Also Joe is found on the web at LibertyTalkRadio.com where you can view his YouTube Channel or download his iPhone and Android Apps. Joe subscribes to following organizations: – Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF) – American Institute of Economic Research (AIER) – Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) – Americans United for Separation of Church & State (AU) – Cato Institute – Oklahoma Council on Public Affairs Joe feels passionately about our country and believes we have strayed too far from our founding fathers vision of America. He was Oklahoma’s Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Congress First Congressional District of Oklahoma in the 2000 General Election
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May 23, 2016

In 2012, Ms. Dearn served as General Counsel to Governor Gary Johnson’s Libertarian campaign for U.S. Presidency. She is the founder of Bellatrix PC, a woman-owned law firm with offices in Saint Louis, Missouri and San Diego, California. Bellatrix PC handles lawsuits and business transactions and gives legal advice in business, employment, real estate, civil litigation and election law.

Notably, she successfully defended multiple legal challenges to Governor Johnson’s placement on ballots. This earned Dearn a reputation as fearless as she single-handedly defeated some of the nation’s top-ranked election law attorneys in multiple eleventh-hour state electoral proceedings simultaneously.

During our broadcast, Ms. Dearn would like to discuss the issues of ballet access, the Vice Presidential race, small business and over regulation and the cost of the war on drugs.

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