All Rise! The Libertarian Way with Judge Jim Gray

All Rise! The Libertarian Way with Judge Jim Gray

“All Rise! The Libertarian Way with Judge Jim Gray” will set forth some of the problem areas in our country, with interesting, experienced and knowledgeable guests. Judge Gray and his guests will provide some practical and workable solutions that benefit virtually everyone in our country except many vested interests. We will learn that there really are Libertarian solutions to many of our problems, including our healthcare, justice and educational systems, national security, dispute resolution, problems with over-incarceration, civil liberties, homelessness, mental health, creating jobs and mentoring our youth! Tune in to our program every Friday at 7 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel, and you will be gratified, stimulated and encouraged by the experience!... Show More

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September 18, 2020 56 min
Ain't it awful?! Deficits that will harm our children, too many foreign wars and failing schools, a Justice system that IS too often unjust, overly-expensive healthcare systems and political polarization everywhere ! We have strayed from what works: Liberty, responsibility and private innovation and creativity. But you can be part of the solution by voting for Libertarians Jorgensen and Cohen for President and Vice President! T...
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September 11, 2020 55 min
Fear is the best way for governments to gain power over us and to reduce our Liberty. This week's guest, Mr. Leon Weinstein, immigrated from his native USSR in 1973, first to Israel and then to America. And now he watches with deep concern how our government is getting closer to the ways of the former Soviet Union in how it reduces our Liberty. For example, do you think that any elected federal government official will ever dec...
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September 4, 2020 56 min
There is a huge difference between being mentally disabled and being brain injured. So if you know someone who had an incident that resulted in a brain injury, and you care about that person, you should listen to our guest Sue Rueb, whose daughter was the victim of a brain injury. The daughter was wrongly diagnosed for years until Sue and her husband researched the problem, learned about it and established B.R.A.I.N., which stands ...
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August 28, 2020 54 min
You are probably like me: I cannot point at very many leaders in today's world. But I can and do point to this week's guest, Kurt L. Schmoke, a former football quarterback and leader of the Black Student Alliance at Yale (where he also helped to found a child care center for the university's janitors and cafeteria workers), Rhodes Scholar, Harvard Law School graduate, State's Attorney, Mayor of Baltimore and present...
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Do you want to be able to vote in favor of a candidate for President instead of just against one? Do you want a President to represent all of all of the people who has actual effective ideas and plans to do just that? Do you want to be proud of your vote? Well, listen to this week's guest Dr. Jo Jorgensen, the Libertarian candidate for President, and you will have an answer to all of those questions. She has plans for excellenc...
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August 14, 2020 57 min
Please join us and meet a truly accomplished entertainer and song-writer. Steve Lawless leads sing-a-longs from his piano, playing familiar and wonderful songs that everyone loves. Plus, just for us, he will play three of his own creative songs that are fun, but also thought-provoking. So he is one of a kind, but always in tune. In fact, now he can even give play by ear piano lessons over the telephone. (Contact him at stevendooz&#...
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August 7, 2020 55 min
Many people today are questioning what the proper relationship is or should be between the police and the communities they serve. One man knows, and he is direct in telling us in this edition of All Rise! Steve Downing is a former Deputy Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, and he shows us what proper and effective policing looks like. Repeal the harmful and failed War on Drugs! De-militarize the police forces! Do not allow ...
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July 31, 2020 56 min
Annie M. Fonte is a treasure, and she shares her insights about how to live a gratifying life with us as our guest. Taking the basic values she gained by being raised on a farm, getting an education from Harvard Business School, learning about pluck and entrepreneurship, suffering setbacks and persevering, she has become a success in every sense of the word. She also discusses her book: Keep Your Ass in the Saddle, and favors us wi...
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July 24, 2020 57 min
The Libertarian Party is the only political party that truly represents the interests of young people today. Education, healthcare, unnecessary wars. Liberty and financial responsibility are only parts of that representation. And, increasingly, young people are beginning to understand this, to the degree that more and more interested, able and thoughtful young people are joining the Libertarian Party and running for public office. ...
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July 17, 2020 55 min
Our guest today is Dr. Sam Sugar, who is a general internal medicine physician in Florida. Based upon a bad experience he had when a guardian was appointed by the court for one of his family members, he researched the issue and found that this type of abuse is widespread all around our country. So he shared his findings in his book called Guardianships & the Elderly: The Perfect Crime, and now he shares his experiences and insi...
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In this episode we hear our guest, Commissioner Jim Turney of Altamonte Springs, Florida, discuss how he became a Libertarian, how employing the Libertarian values of financial responsibility on both the local and national party level actually works, and how governments frequently use fear as a motivating factor in reducing our liberties and overextending budgets. Witness only the COVID-19 situation, much less 9/11! But there are b...
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July 3, 2020 55 min
In this episode, celebrating our 4th of July, your host Judge Jim Gray addresses various issues of our time, and proposes Libertarian solutions. Why? Because when it comes down to it, it is our government, and if it's not working we have no one to blame but ourselves! And each one of us is sometimes in a position to make the system work! Not only being an educated voter, but assisting people to stand up for themselves, mentorin...
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Do you want to listen to a truly articulate, intelligent and sophisticated speaker? Then tune in to this episode with our guest Larry Sharpe. Larry has overcome adversity, built up successful businesses, and become a genuine leader in the Libertarian Party. After running for Governor of New York, and receiving enough votes to secure ballot access for the LP, Larry continued to help 103 other Libertarian candidates win elective offi...
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June 19, 2020 55 min
Personally I have never met or even heard about anyone who has attained the status of Eagle Scout who was not successful in life. And this week's guest, Mayor Ethan Reynolds of New Carlisle, Ohio, is no exception. At the age of 19, having just graduated from high school, Ethan was aghast that his city was about $5.6 million in debt and not doing anything about it. So he ran for city council on a platform of financial responsibi...
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In today's edition, New Jersey attorney Charles X. Gormally explains how governments all-too-often promote programs that sound good to the voters, but in reality don't work. These include rent control and healthcare, as well as attempts to prohibit or over-regulate cannabis. Hear insights on these subjects from a different perspective. If the incentives are adjusted to promote businesses to provide low-cost housing, control...
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May 29, 2020 55 min
Do you have back pain? Most likely the answer is yes. So tune in and listen as Dr. Grace Walker Gray, DPT, DOT,HHP, provides you in her book Bye-Bye Back Pain with the insights she has learned over the years as a physical therapist about how that pain can be significantly reduced. Is your host biased? Actually yes, because Gracie is my wife. But consider my endorsement of her new book: I get no sympathy from my wife when I complain...
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Ken Armstrong, with his background in the military, NATO and strategic planning for emergencies, is a candidate for the Libertarian nomination for President. Listen as this qualified and experienced man discusses his thoughts to bring safety, prosperity and good will to us and much of the rest of the world by employing advanced emergency preparations as well as free trade zones. You will find yourself nodding your head yes to what ...
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May 15, 2020 55 min
As only our second repeat guest, former Congressman, State Senator and business school and law school Dean Tom Campbell gives us great insights about how an understanding of economics and incentives can result in prosperity. Citing his teacher Dr. Milton Friedman's comment that You get more of what you subsidize and less of what you tax, Dean Campbell shows us how government has been subsidizing bureaucracy and poor results, an...
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Do you know that there is a nationwide private group that connects people in need with resources? It's called 2-1-1. Anyone can call 211 on their phone and be connected to services all the way from crisis counseling to food distribution to procuring transportation. If this group doesn't make you proud, something is wrong. Our guest is Ms. Karen Williams, the President and CEO of 2-1-1OC, which is in Orange County, Californi...
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Talk about dedication and principled yet sophisticated leadership? Meet our guest Dr. Jo Jorgensen, who is presently a professor of psychology at Clemson University and a candidate for the Libertarian nomination for President. Dr. Jorgensen understands and explains how it was the federal government that primarily caused the banking crisis in 2008 by guarantying bad loans, how we are often needlessly sending our troops into battle a...
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