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Dec 30, 2011 - Gaetz.wma or Gaetz.mp3 - This (almost) New Year's Eve show gives a salute to the Philadelphia Mummers and features special guest, Florida Senator Don Gaetz, Chairman of the Senate Reapportionment Committee, discussing Florida's redistricting.

Dec 23, 2011 - Acosta.wma or Acosta.mp3 - Special guest, R. Alexander Acosta, dean of Florida International University College of Law and former United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida discusses public corruption and his prosecutions of several Palm Beach County Commissioners and the Sheriff of Broward County, term limits, the County Inspector General, his work with the Florida Innocence Commission...and much more!

Dec 16, 2011 - Ostrow.wma or Ostrow.mp3 - This week's guest is Harold Ostrow, past Chairman of the Voters' Coalition, and a long time Palm Beach County civic activist.

Dec 02, 2011 - Fladell.wma or Fladell.mp3 - Special guest, Andre Fladell, the "Prince" of Palm Beach County Politics, discusses destination casinos, redistricting, the Palm Beach County IG, and his views on the death penalty and immigration!

Nov 25, 2011 - KatesWomenMilitary.wma or KatesWomenMilitary.mp3 - Florida lawyer Elizabeth J. Kates discusses women in the military. Should women be in military combat?

Nov 11, 2011 - DeNapoli.wma or DeNapoli.mp3 - Special Veteran's Day show with guests, Chairman of the Broward County Republican Executive Committee and immediate-past Chairman of the Florida Real Estate Commission Richard DeNapoli, Esq., and BREC Treasurer Mark McCarthy.

Nov 04, 2011 - Valeche.wma or Valeche.mp3 - This week's special guest is Hal Valeche, candidate for Palm Beach County Commission. His candidate website is at

Oct 28, 2011 - CainStolenValor.wma or CainStolenValor.mp3 - Guest host Chuck Winn discusses the phenomenon of the post-Presidency V Herman Cain surge with Michael Phillips, and the Stolen Valor Task Force with Captain Paul Crespo, and Captain Ed Maxwell.

Oct 21, 2011 - KreegelCasinos.wma or KreegelCasinos.mp3 - On this show, Lisa's guest, Representative Paige Kreegel, discusses casino gambling, prison privatization, redistricting, university salaries, and lots more.

Oct 14, 2011 - RawhideDown.wma or RawhideDown.mp3 - Special guest, Del Quentin Wilber, a Washington Post reporter and author of Rawhide Down, reveals new details on the near assassination of President Ronald Reagan. Also appearing, Teresa Turim ( discusses her family court injustice involving Judge Dan Wilensky of Clay County, and the judge's court-appointed "custody evaluator" -- personal friend and failed judicial candidate Steven Combs, Esq. (who showed up at Teresa's house in Sunrise, Florida for her "evaluation" with his attorney wife!)

Oct 06, 2011 - Liz18.wma or Liz18.mp3 - Turning 18: discussion about what you and your kids need to know about the law, with guest attorney Elizabeth Kates.

Sep 16, 2011 - Clemens.wma or Clemens.mp3 - Representative Jeff Clemens discusses various issues in Tallahassee including his proposed legislation to legalize medical marijuana, energy, adoption, real estate foreclosures, and his other career as the lead vocalist and guitar player in a rock band -- The Datura Street Band. Special appearance by Montgomery Blair Sibley discussing his new Washington DC based medical marijuana business and his current lawsuit against President Obama and AG Eric Holder.

Sep 09, 2011 - KlassCustody.wma or KlassCustody.mp3 - Psychiatrist Joel Klass reveals the top 10 signs of a bad custody evaluation.

Aug 19, 2011 - ErvinGonzalez.wma or ErvinGonzalez.mp3 - Ervin Gonzalez, superstar civil and business litigator from Coral Gables, discusses tort reform, Chinese drywall litigation, pending BP litigation, the inadequacy of laws protecting American citizens from defective products from China and other foreign countries, medical malpractice, and his settlement of the Menorah Gardens grave desecration cases.

Aug 12, 2011 - Furnari.wma or Furnari.mp3 - Jack Furnari, President and CEO of discusses immigration, results of Wisconsin's recall election, Republican Presidential primary, the Palm Beach County Commission, Governor Rick Scott and the recent 4th DCA decision reversing Carol Lisa Phillips's decision striking down Broward County Term Limits.

Aug 05, 2011 - KatesDCF.wma or KatesDCF.mp3 - Lisa and attorney Elizabeth Kates discuss what to do and what NOT to do when DCF "child abuse investigators" come knocking at your door.

Jul 28, 2011 - PatRooney2011.wma or PatRooney2011.mp3 - Florida Representative Patrick Rooney, Jr. discusses the State's battle against the Pill Mills, the "baggy pants" law, changes at the South Florida Water Managment District, gambling, redistricting, "Caley's law"... and gives an update on the Pittsburgh Steelers next season!

Jul 21, 2011 - Bucher.wma or Bucher.mp3 - Nathan Skop, Esq. guest hosts this week's show with Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, Susan Bucher, discussing redistricting and early primaries and Former State Senator and Public Service Commissioner, Nancy Argenziano, discusses her attempts to reform the PSC and to establish a citizens' lobbying group, and gives her views on the US Senate race in Florida and on the looming debt crisis.

Jul 14, 2011 - Lawrence.wma or Lawrence.mp3 - Lisa's guest is David Lawrence, Jr., retired publisher of the Miami Herald and leader of The Children's Movement of Florida.

Jul 7, 2011 - RodenSpencer.wma or RodenSpencer.mp3 - DUI attorney, Gerald Roden, hosts the show with Federal Court litigator Tom Spencer from Miami discussing the recent decision from the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals that the Interstate Commerce Clause of the Constitution allows the government to mandate that every person in the US purchase health insurance. Tom talks about the history of the Commerce Clause and the implications of and further impact to American citizens when the Commerce Clause is interpreted in this manner.

Jun 30, 2011 - Shepherd.wma or Shepherd.mp3 - This week's special guest is Florida's former Statewide Prosecutor, William N. Shepherd. Meet the man who indicted RPOF Chairman, Jim Greer, and did the Statewide Grand Jury on Public Corruption calling for sweeping changes.

Jun 23, 2011 - Hays.wma or Hays.mp3 - Nathan Skop, former PSC Commissioner, guest hosts this week's show featuring Florida Senator Alan Hays, discussing Citizen's Property Insurance and Craig Miller, former CEO of Ruth's Cris Steakhouse, discussing his possible run for U.S. Senate in Florida.

Jun 16, 2011 - Tate.wma or Tate.mp3 - Special guest Stanley Tate talks about his tenure as Chief Executive Officer of the Resolution Trust Corporation, his work as a bankruptcy trustee, his 18 years serving on the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission, and as the Founder and Chairman of the Florida Prepaid College Program well as the skyrocketing cost of a college education.

Jun 09, 2011 - WilliamSnyder.wma or WilliamSnyder.mp3 - Former PSC Commissioner Nathan Skop guest hosts tonight's show featuring Representative William Snyder discussing recent legislative attempts at reorganizing the Courts, his Immigration bill, and his filing to become the next Sheriff of Martin County, and Radio Host, Ray Junior discussing the Florida Senate race.

Lisa dances in a flash mob, Las Olas June 4, 2011 Jun 04, 2011 - Lisa dancing in a flash mob on Las Olas. Click on the picture at the right to see the youtube video. More pics may be available later in the photo galleries.

Jun 02, 2011 - Neily.wma or Neily.mp3 - This evening's guest is Clark Neily, senior attorney with the Institute for Justice, discussing the 2nd Amendment and his role as co-counsel for the plaintiffs in District of Columbia v. Heller, the historic case in which the United States Supreme Court announced for the first time that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to keep guns at home for self-defense.

May 26, 2011 - LeMieux.wma or LeMieux.mp3 - Former United States Senator from Florida and current Senate Candidate George LeMieux is this week's special guest. Hear his take on the issues of the day.

May 19, 2011 - Fresen.wma or Fresen.mp3 - This week's special guest is Miami Dade County Republican Party Chair, Representative Erik Fresen discusses the Miami mayoral and commission races, upcoming Presidency V, the Jacksonville mayoral race, and the Teacher Merit Pay bill.

May 12, 2011 - CrystalBerman.wma or CrystalBerman.mp3 - This week, Florida Rep. Lori Berman, gives a wrap up of the 2011 Legislative Session and Dave Crystal talks about his race to become the next Mayor of Miami Beach.

May 05, 2011 - Braman.wma or Braman.mp3 - Norman Braman, the CEO of Braman Enterprises, discusses his recent overwhelming success in spearheading the recall of Miami-Dade County Mayor Alvarez and one commissioner with an astounding 88% vote. Find out how it took a guy from Philly to begin to clean up the cesspool of Miami-Dade government!

Apr 28, 2011 - Johnny&Jane.wma or Johnny&Jane.mp3 - This week, Lisa talks briefly about the latest scam used by the Florida Courts (St. Lucie County, in particular) called "CourtCall" -- a private company out of Los Angeles, California -- in which parties and attorneys are charged a fee of $50 to use their own telephone to call in to the court for a 5 minute court appearance. CourtCall is used as a revenue generator for the courts, a profit business for a private company out of California, and serves to increase the cost of justice in the Florida Courts and burdens the citizens of Florida with additional fees. Clark Neily, Esq. also speaks briefly on HB 5005 and the legislature's attempts to deregulate the interior design businesses in Florida. This week's special guest is Dr. Paula J. Caplan, a clinical and research psychologist, affiliate with Harvard University's Dubois Institute and a Fellow at the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, who returns to discuss her new book: When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: How All of Us Can Help Veterans.

Apr 21, 2011 - Dockery2011Session.wma or Dockery2011Session.mp3 - Florida Senator Paula Dockery discusses recent and pending legislation from the Florida Senate and issues in the State of Floridaincluding prison reform and privatization, the budget, teacher merit pay and much more!

Apr 14, 2011 - Pando2.wma or Pando2.mp3 - Miami Dade County Judge Ana Maria Pando returns to discuss Domestic Violence and the anticipated effects of the legislative budget cuts to the courts.

Apr 07, 2011 - WansleyWalters.wma or WansleyWalters.mp3 - This week's special guest is Wansley Walters, newly appointed Secretary of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

Mar 31, 2011 - Hager2011.wma or Hager2011.mp3 - Rep. Bill Hager discusses what is happening in the Florida legislature: the Pill Mill war, Red Light Cameras, SCoFla, JNC, the Florida Bar, Dolphin Stadium...and much more! This show also featured the latest parking scam being employed by the City of Fort Lauderdale. No due process, no ticket, and ticketing on a legal holiday recognized by the federal government and Broward County, but not the City of Fort Lauderdale. Parking meters display that no money is due on a "legal holiday" -- funding the municipal budgets at the expense of law abiding citizens! Contact Mayor Jack Seiler, Esq. after you've heard the story! (954) 828-5003.

Mar 24, 2011 - Manley.wma or Manley.mp3 - Palm Beach County Resident, Michael Manley, Republican Candidate for United States President, Republican Senatorial Medal of Freedom Recipient, Meritorious Service Medal Recipient, Veteran, Author and Entrepreneur is this evening's guest.

Mar 03, 2011 - Pando.wma or Pando.mp3 - Judge Ana Maria Pando from Miami Dade County Court discusses Small Claims Court and Domestic Violence.

Feb 24, 2011 - PupoKaufman.wma or PupoKaufman.mp3 - Joe Kaufman, Chairman of Americans Against Hate, and Raul Pupo, author of America's Service Meltdown: Restoring Service Excellence in the Age of the Customer.

Feb 17, 2011 - WomensStudies.wma or WomensStudies.mp3 - Drs. Josephine Beoku-Betts and Jane Caputi from the FAU Center for Women's Studies discuss current issues facing women in politics and in society.

Feb 10, 2011 - CampbellRicker.wma or CampbellRicker.mp3 - Former Florida Senator Walter "Skip" Campbell discusses his candidacy for President of The Florida Bar -- the first contested race for President-Elect in 10 years. Daniel Ricker, Publisher of the Watchdog Report, provides an update on Miami-Dade and South Florida politics and government.

Feb 03, 2011 - Morgan.wma or Morgan.mp3 - Lucy Morgan, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist for the St. Petersburg Times discusses the research for her groundbreaking story behind "The Taj Mahal" courthouse.

Jan 27, 2011 - Fasano.wma or Fasano.mp3 - Lisa's guest is Florida Senator Mike Fasano talking about his attempts to reform the Public Service Commission, reform the legislative ethics, keep the judiciary honest through his inv-estigation into the 1st DCA courthouse - better known as "The Taj Majal" - and reduce government pensions. Forget about "Let's Get to Work" -- this guy got to work a long time ago.

Jan 18, 2011 - Skop.wma or Skop.mp3 - Nathan Skop, former Public Service Commissioner, discusses his experience on the Florida PSC and its recent decision on customer refunds. Issues: Do you care about how much you pay for your electric bill or how much profit a utility monopoly is entitled to make off your household? Do you care if the members of the Public Service Commission are protecting the rights of the rate paying consumers? If so, listen and learn.

Jan 11, 2011 - LocontoRoden.wma or LocontoRoden.mp3 - First guest is Frank Loconto host of the popular South Florida/Gold Coast cable television show, CountyLine, and lead singer of the Lane Brothers, who recorded on the RCA label and appeared on American Bandstand, the Jackie Gleason Show and many others. Then DUI attorney Gerald Roden discusses driving under the influence and the law. Fact: a DUI conviction remains on your record for 75 years in Florida and cannot be sealed or expunged if you plea to it. Roden discusses whether you can be forced to take field sobriety tests, whether you can be forced to give blood, and whether you should you blow or not. Know your rights and defenses in a DUI arrest. His website is:

Jan 04, 2011 - Andrews.wma or Andrews.mp3 - Miami-Dade County Tom Whatley guest hosts with Palm Beach County's newest school board member, Marcia Andrews.


Dec 28, 2010 - Leifman.wma or Leifman.mp3 - Miami-Dade County Judge Steven Leifman talks about the criminalization of the mentally ill.

Dec 21, 2010 - Phares.wma or Phares.mp3 - This evening Special guest and international counter-terrorism expert, Walid Phares, discusses his new book, The Coming Revolution: Struggle for Freedom in the Middle East, and other issues..

Dec 14, 2010 - Knight.wma or Knight.mp3 - This evening Jefferson Knight, Esq. discusses the risks of ignoring a Summons, and Andrew Carrabis, J.D. talks about Cyber-Bullying laws.

Dec 07, 2010 - Gruters.wma or Gruters.mp3 - Chairman of the Sarasota County Republican Executive Committee Joe Gruters discusses his candidacy for Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida.

Nov 30, 2010 - AIM.wma or AIM.mp3 - Former United States Senator Bob Smith discusses his involvement with AIM, a citizens' media watchdog group whose mission is to promote accuracy, fairness and balance in news reporting. AIM, Accuracy in Media, exposes politically motivated media bias, teaches consumers to think critically about their news sources, and holds the mainstream press accountable for its misreporting. Their website is:

Nov 23, 2010 - KreegelAbruzzo.wma or KreegelAbruzzo.mp3 - Florida Representatives Paige Kreegel and Joe Abruzzo talk about last week's Special Session and upcoming issues for the Florida Legislature.

Nov 16, 2010 - Argenziano.wma or Argenziano.mp3 - Florida State Senator and Former Chair of the Florida Public Service Commission, Nancy Argenziano, provides her insider's view of corruption within this commission which regulates crucial utility services to the people of Florida.

Nov 09, 2010 - FijaLiberty.wma or FijaLiberty.mp3 - James Cox of the Florida Fully Informed Jury Association (, and Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller of Liberty on Tour ( talk about the power of the jury and protecting and enforcing individual liberties to maintain our freedoms in the US and to protect us from the tryranny of the government and ridiculous and unfair laws.

Nov 02, 2010 - KreegelElection.wma or KreegelElection.mp3 - Florida State Representative Paige Kreegel (Dist. 72) from Punta Gorda joins Lisa on Midterm Election night to discuss the various campaigns and races in the state and his prognostications on the results as well as current issues facing the citizens of Florida.

Oct 26, 2010 - WhiteHouseBoys.wma or WhiteHouseBoys.mp3 - Former State Representative Gus Barreiro discusses his involvement with the survivors of the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida, also known as "The White House Boys." The Boys of the Dark, written by Robin Gaby Fisher, also appearing on the show, is a true account of those crimes which are so unspeakable that their effects linger for a lifetime. Such was the case with the horrific beatings endured by the youngsters, some only 8 years old, who passed through the Florida School for Boys in Marianna -- a small town in Florida's Panhandle - for much of the last century. Survivors, Dick Colon and Robert W. Straley, recall the sadistic abuse of their childhood spent at the AG Dozier School. More than 500 young boys were victimized at the institution in a rural town where most kept the horrors behind the beautiful facility a secret while others in the town participated with the school officials and employees in murder, sexual and physical abuse, and forced labor of the young boys imprisoned there -- many simply for the crime of not having parents. Book at

Oct 19, 2010 - Januszr.wma or Janusz.mp3 - AJ Janusz bravely tells her true story of horror, injustice, and courage after being drugged with GHB, raped and almost killed by two men at Club Boca. In her newly released book, Through My Eyes... The Past Comes Calling, she gives a blow-by-blow account of the events that occurred during her long battle for justice in the Florida courts.

Oct 12, 2010 - Dantzler.wma or Dantzler.mp3 - Tonight's show features United States Congressman Tom Rooney, Martin County Commissioner Sarah Heard, and Vernai Dantzler-Smith, attorney and author of Sitting Duck or Sitting Pretty - Financial Self-Defense for Women.

Oct 05, 2010 - MorellMack.wma or MorellMack.mp3 - Attorneys Tim Morell of West Palm Beach, FL and Jacquelyn Mack of Englewood, Florida from "Florida Attorneys Saving Homes" discuss the foreclosure crisis in the Florida Courts including the due process violations resulting from the foreclosure "rocket docket", forgeries and widespread misuse of affidavits, the use of retired judges to dump these cases on with very limited accountability, the sham of mediation, and the loan modification scams.

Sep 28, 2010 - Budd.wma or Budd.mp3 - This week's show features Jan Bergemann of Citizens for Cyber Justice, Inc. discussing rights of homeowners in Florida and the terrible protections afforded against their HOAs, Condo Boards and Property Management Companies; Lt Col Tim Kirk, US Air Force, calls in from Kabul, Afghanistan to detail what our troops are doing in Operation "Afghan Hands"; and Joe Budd, discusses his Candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives in Florida District 19. His website is at

Sep 21, 2010 - PutnamLee.wma or PutnamLee.mp3 - This week's special guests: Congressman Adam Putnam, Candidate for Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, and Sherry Lee, Candidate for Palm Beach County Commissioner.
                     Sherry Lee discusses the subject of corruption of our political officials and attributes it to the fact that one quarter of our nation's wealth travels through Palm Beach County, power of elected officials that was amassed without the imposition of term limits, along with the corrupting force of developers (who have all escaped prosecution themselves). Sherry's ideas on corruption in Palm Beach County include an expansion of the new ethics rules to include campaign finance so that contributions would be prohibited for candidates from vendors doing business with the County.

Sep 14, 2010 - Calabro.wma or Calabro.mp3 - Dominic Calabro, President and CEO of Florida TaxWatch is this week's guest. TaxWatch consists of business, civic and community leaders in the State of Florida. The objectives of TaxWatch are to improve government through wiser spending for more taxpayer value, to improve government accountability through citizen participation, and to encourage a healthy and diversified economic growth. Dominic discussed TaxWatch's effort in the areas of education, transportation, and to promote tax cuts which encourage economic business growth, as well as TaxWatch's report on the future of solar energy in Florida, FPL, and the current battle between FPL and the PSC, and TaxWatch's Turkey Report which uncovered Ray Samson's 6 Million Dollar hangar at the University of West Florida.
                     Dominic spoke at length about the "Milk Party," a recent movement in Florida to focus our State on improving the quality of life for children and intended to pressure lawmakers to reverse the State's dismal record on funding for child-welfare and education programs. The Milk Party's goal is to make proper investments for children, e.g., prenatal care, early childhood development, infant care, universal pre-K, education, and to make sure the State actually delivers on those investments. TaxWatch believes that children's health and well being are simply can be ignored. The Milk Party seeks demonstrable and specific results in the area of children's issues taking it beyond the well intentioned to those that are well performing.
                     Dominic also spoke at length about TaxWatch's efforts at Criminal Justice Reform which has been lead by former Judge and Sheriff, Allison DeFoor. TaxWatch looks at criminal justice reform in terms of cost savings. Dominic says new prisons cost One Hundred Million Dollars to build and Forty Million Dollars per year to operate. The Prison Correctional Industrial Complex has gotten out of control when the number of prisoners have increased dramatically over the last 5-10 years, while the population of the State has declined. Dominic says the insane proposal of "lock 'em up and throw away the key" simply does not work. The prisons have become a school for hard core criminal activity. It costs $70,000 for the first year and $16,000 each additional year to house a prisoner. TaxWatch has found that over 50% of prisoners are there for non-violent and non-sexual related crimes. We've seen too much social control through incarceration where other alternative exist which would be more effective and less draining on the State budget. The monies used toward building and operating prisons and housing these prisoners would be better directed toward education, early childhood development and helping our seniors.

Sep 07, 2010 - fielding.wma or fielding.mp3 - Guest host, Chuck Winn, discusses conservation and development issues and Martin County politics with Ed Fielding, Martin County businessman, conservationist, and Republican candidate for Martin County Commissioner, District 2. Ed discusses his upset Primary victory of two term incumbent for the County Commission seat. He also talks about several areas of conservation including the Florida Everglades, Lake Okeechobee, waterflow, pollutants, the St. Lucie Estuary, U.S. Sugar/Everglades deal and the potential for causing tremendous damage to our ecosystem unless our water issues are addressed properly.
                     Ed also talks about various issues of development and the real estate market in Martin County including comprehensive plans and their relation to conservation, breaking the urban services boundary, his position on Florida Ballot Amendment 4, and the effects of the Martin County 2008 economic stimulus plan which waived impact fees and its effect on the taxpayers.
                     Ed emphasized economic development and the important issue of attracting more jobs in the County through good infrastucture, a low tax rate, and stability. Ed discusses the ineffectiveness of the stimulus money in creating jobs, and is critical of the county's business development program to attract businesses. Although Ed is concerned about unemployment, he does not believe in giving taxpayer money away to businesses without a legitimate analysis and concern for the effectiveness of these programs. Ed wants to focus on helping existing local businesses to prosper.

Aug 31, 2010 - CFNS.wma or CFNS.mp3 - Lisa's first guest is Yvonne Brown, President and General Counsel of whose goal is to achieve equality and parity in the property tax system in the State of Florida. Yvonne talks about the property tax system in Florida, the impact and effect of the TRIM notice received in August, the effect of property valuation and millage rates on taxes, the Save Our Homes cap from the Florida Constitution, and taxes on homes damaged by hurricane. Yvonne's company works to get property taxes lowered when property is over-assessed and when exemptions and designations are denied. Some examples are agricultural designation, homestead, senior, widow, veteran and disabled. Yvonne stresses the deadlines for fiing an appeal of your property taxes which are: 9/16 in Palm Beach County and 9/20 in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties.
                     Lisa's second guest is Peter Lebowitz, the Executive Director of Citizens National Security. Peter is a patriot who loves the United States which is why he became involved with CFNS whose goal is to educated the public about the threat of Radical Islam. CFNS has speakers available to speak to groups and organizations about the Islamic threat and their concern for the security of the US and its citizens. Peter discussed the immigration problem and the lack of assimilation by the Islamic immigrants. Peter says the enemy knows how to use our strengths to try to destroy us, e.g., 1st Am, tolerance, and diversity. CFNS recently conducted a study of Florida school children textbooks and the infiltration of Islam, calling it part of a "stealth jihad" in our schools. CFNS recently conducted a seminar on protecting yourself and your family at the airport and on the airplane, and Peter shares some tips. CFNS website is at

Aug 24, 2010 - Slade.wma or Slade.mp3 - This week's special Primary Election Show features special guests: Tom Slade, former Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida and Senator Paula Dockery discussing Florida's political climate, the Primary Election and previews of November's election.
                     Tom Slade discusses his time as Chairman of the RPOF, the recent criminal charges and arrest of former RPOF Chair, Jim Greer, and political corruption in Florida, and their possible effects upon Florida's Primary and General Election. Tom also talks about how the political parties traditionally stayed out of primaries and questions the wisdom of substantial party expenditures in the primary election, the impact of the Tea Party groups, the Florida Senate race, and Gov. Crist's switch to Independent. Tom give his analysis of the Scott/McCollum race, the Greene/Meek race, the Attorney General race, and mentions his favorite Mayor -- Susan Whelchel from Boca Raton!
                     Senator Paula Dockery discusses her Primary endorsements and her disappointment in the Republican Party of Florida's attempts to clear the field in the Primary for its "chosen candidates" and overall interference in the Primary Election, her attempt at the Governor's race, the possibility of being named as Lt. Governor, and the Tea Party impact.

Aug 17, 2010 - Foreman.wma or Foreman.mp3 - Special guest, Sean D. Foreman, Ph.D, Barry University Professor of Political Science discusses the unprecedented year of Florida politics and the upcoming Primary Election. Dr. Foreman discusses the resignation of Sen. Mel Martinez, the appointment of Sen. LeMieux, Gov. Crist decisions to run for US Senate and to become an Independent, the Scott/McCollum race, the Sink/Chiles race, the Meek/Greene race, the RPOF and Jim Greer, CD 21 race for Lincoln Diaz-Balart seat, the CD 25 race for the Mario Diaz-Balart seat, the CD 17 race for Kendrick Meek's seat, the effect of GOP support of the AZ immigration law on hispanic voters, the proposed repeal of the 14th Am. "anchor babies" provision, the races for the seats held by Wasserman-Schultz, Klein, Grayson, and Kosmas, the Florida Attorney General race, and voter turnout for this primary election.

Aug 10, 2010 - RodriguezMcGovern.wma or RodriguezMcGovern.mp3 - This week's first guest is Francisco Rodriguez, Candidate for Florida House District 83. Francisco was inspired to run for office after seeing the government take away liberties by violating the Constitution. He talks about his position on individual rights and liberties, abortion, and the BP Oil Disaster. Francisco is very involved in the 10th Amendment movement which he describes as the nullification by states of federal mandates which exceed the legal reach of the federal government. He also talked about the history of the 10th Am. Francisco wants to give more power to local governments over local issues and less to Tallahassee. Francisco believes that the most important issue for District 83 is to generate more jobs.
                     Lisa's second guest is John McGovern, Candidate for Palm Beach County School Board. John spoke briefly about his work with abused and neglected children as a Guardian ad Litem in juvenile dependency cases and opposes the school pushing psychotropic drugs upon children, and his work as the District Ombudsman Manager for Florida Department of Elder Affairs advocating for senior citizens in nursing home and adult care facilities who are victims or abuse, neglect and exploitation. They talked about the new Children's Movement of Florida, known as the "Milk Party." With regard to the schools, John has many years of experience in education and served as Principal and Superintendent of the District in New York and CT.
                     John is opposed to the FCAT and talks about how New York's equivalent of the FCAT was a dismal failure. John says the FCAT is based upon a system of failure in which 60% of students are expected to get higher order thinking questions wrong. John made a public records request for an FCAT item analysis for Palm Beach County students and was told that no such report was available. He believes we need course curriculum reconstruction that includes higher order thinking skills. John believes in testing to monitor individual student achievement, but opposes aggregation of scores to produce false data. John says that the school district and DOE are manipulating data which is truly misleading the public. He says schools are getting "A" grades while not meeting federal Annual Yearly Progress. He says 10 Boynton schools all failed AYP this year and almost all are rated as "A" schools. He says "A" grades are artificially calculated and the grading system is "tweaked" every year with "weighted" averages. In terms of the graduation rates, John says that 9th graders in Palm Beach County are dropping out at the rate of 31%. John reports that there is an 11% discrepancy between that graduation rates being reported for Florida by the Gates Foundation at 59% and Florida reporting at 70%. He says the newer graduation statistics from Florida are being reported in 60th percentile.

Aug 03, 2010 - BermanCohen.wma or BermanCohen.mp3 - Laurie Cohen, Candidate for County Court Judge in Palm Beach County was Lisa's first featured guest. Laurie discussed her work in the Lake County Procecutor's Office, Public Corruption, her service as Wellington Councilwoman, and the need for improved technology and improved case management in the Palm Beach County Courts.
                     Lori Berman, Candidate for Florida House District 86, was also Lisa's featured guest. Lori is an estate planning attorney and formerly served as legislative aide to Congressman Robert Wexler. Lori discussed the recent special session and the BP oil catastrophe. Lori would like to put the issue of near shore drilling to a public vote in the State of Florida. Lori also discussed the need for energy self-sufficiency, Lake Okeechobee issues, Arizona SB 1070, the Public Service Commission, Insurance, Property Taxes and Medicaid. Lori's priority if elected would be to improve employment/jobs and the economy in the State.

Jul 27, 2010 - Kaye2.wma or Kaye2.mp3 - On this week's Justice Hour, Senator Jeff Atwater, candidate for Florida's Chief Financial Officer, joined the show to discuss medicaid fraud and the fraud enforcement and financial oversight activities required of the CFO. Next, we heard from Eduardo Godoy, CEO of Hola! Television Network, a Spanish language television station which is new to the area, and he invited political candidates on Hola's morning show to speak to the Hispanic community.
                     Carole Kaye, Immigration attorney and Candidate for Florida State House District 86, was the featured guest. Carole talked about the Arizona law and ACLU lawsuit and the potential for the same or similar law in Florida. She also discussed her vision of comprehensive immigration reform which is needed. Carole says that from a fiscal perspective, there are 12 million illegal immigrants in the US (the population of the State of PA). The cost of merely holding the immigrants in a detention facility for a 15 days period (without other expenses) at $105. per day, amounts to a cost of $189 Billion Dollars; however, if the immigrants were granted a path to legalization and charged $5,000 each, that would generate revenues of $60 Billion for the US. Carole is very concerned about recent events in South Florida which Carole terms as unconstitutional abuses by Customs and Border Patrol. In October of 2009, CBP "locked down" a Tri-Rail train in order to "check papers" of each of the passengers without probable cause or reasonable suspicion of criminal activity in violation of the US Constitution and CBP internal regulations. She also says that Mayan Guatemalans have also been unfairly targeted by ICE and CBP in Palm Beach County.

Jul 20, 2010 - AbruzzoBrown.wma or AbruzzoBrown.mp3 - Rep. Joseph Abruzzo appears on this week's show to discuss Florida's Special Legislative Session on oil drilling which lasted less than one hour. Abruzzo tells us that there were a number of protesters removed from the House gallery during that brief session and discusses his attempts to close the loopholes on his recently passed "Pill-Mill Bill." Pill Mills have been a large problem in South Florida and Abruzzo tells us there are more Pain Clinics in Broward County than McDonalds. He also discusses his attempts to pass a "Sexting Bill" which will prevent teenagers from becoming listed on the Sex Predator Registry upon a first offense for sending sexual photos to each other -- which is how the law currently stands.
                     Also: Jenny Prior Brown, Palm Beach County School Board Candidate and former Dept. of Justice 9/11 Prosecutor discusses her past employment as the DOJ Prosecutor assigned to the 9/11 investigation of Flight 93 which crashed in Shanksville, PA and her work with the US Attorney's Office in the Public Integrity and National Security Division. Brown is against new taxes, wants to eliminate waste in spending for the Palm Beach County School Board. Brown emphasizes that a robust curriculum is needed in the public schools centered around making our children and high school graduates college-ready and work-ready upon graduation rather than a curriculum set up to appease the bureaucracy.

Jul 13, 2010 - LevinePostelnik.wma or LevinePostelnik.mp3 - This week's show features Lowell Levine, a Palm Beach resident, real estate broker and candidate for Palm Beach County School Board, discussing the extraordinary wasteful spending in the School District Budget. He says he will be working hard to getting more money for the teachers. Levine is against the FCAT and "teaching to a test" and wants to work against the sadly high percentage of high school dropouts in Palm Beach County. Yomin Postelnik, Candidate for Florida House of Representatives District 91, is a 32 year old native Canadian living in Broward County. Postelnik discusses the oil gusher in the Gulf, oil drilling off the coast of Florida, and the state budget.

Jul 06, 2010 - Moraitis.wma or Moraitis.mp3 - The Justice Hour's first exciting show on WBZT features guest George Moraitis, Esq., Candidate for Florida House District 91, with an appearance by Republican Florida Attorney General Candidate, Pam Bondi discussing the recent murder of two Tampa police officers and the apprehension of the suspect, and her endorsement from Associated Industries of Florida (AIF).

Jun 28, 2010 - AnneKanjian.wma or AnneKanjian.mp3 - Anne Kanjian, Candidate for Palm Beach County School Board, Seat 4, is Lisa's special guest discussing what her idea is of a "great education." Anne also talks about the importance of a school board seat, not only to parents of school-aged children, but to real estate owners, local businesses and to municipal and county government. Anne emphasizes the need for improved communications between parents, teachers, the school board and the superintendent in order to avoid the massive upheaval of this past year.

Note: This was the last show for The Justice Hour at WPBR after its management announced it was moving the Justice Hour to an hour later to make room for white supremacists Don and Derek Black's show in our 9 a.m. time slot, notwithstanding numerous letters of protest from our listeners. Refusing to follow such offensive material on air, we relocated to Tuesdays 7 to 8 p.m. on Clear Channel's WBZT 1230 AM, a more family friendly station. Thank you all for your continuing support!

Jun 21, 2010 - Lemoine.wma or Lemoine.mp3 - Ken Lemoine, Palm Beach County Circuit Court judicial candidate discusses Liz's article "A Child-centered Divorce" with Lisa along with "best interests of the child," his experience as a police officer in West Palm Beach, his experience as a school expulsion hearing officer, along with his thoughts on judicial integrity and cronyism in the courts.

Jun 14, 2010 - Goodman.wma or Goodman.mp3 - Jaimie Goodman, Candidate for Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge, discusses Labor and Employment Law. Goodman talks about how employment laws came about in the US and in Florida, choosing between a federal versus state court forum for litigation, employment discrimination cases, whistleblower rights, and the benefits and deteriments of arbitration. Jaimie's campaign for Judge is unusual in that he is not accepting any campaign contributions in order to preserve the integrity and impartiality required of the bench. He believes in judicial sensitivities to such things as attorney pregnancies and family emergencies, which often-times are ignored for statistical purposes of expediting the docket. Goodman believes that continuances should be granted based upon the equities at hand, not based on personal relationships with the attorneys or parties. Once elected as Judge, Goodman does not intend to accept the judicial "freebies" doled out by the local bar association for such things as: dinners, luncheons, "Happy Hour" Events, and Black Tie Affairs at the Breakers.

Jun 07, 2010 - Maymon.wma or Maymon.mp3 - Today's guest is David Maymon, Candidate for Florida House District 91. David discusses medicaid/medicare fraud and abuse, the gulf oil spill, the U.S. Sugar plan, the economy, corruption in Florida politics, gambling, the Seminole compact, and the Arizona Immigration Law, as well as his positions on oil drilling in the state, transportation, government regulation, taxes, and balancing the state budget.

May 31, 2010 - Dorsainvil.wma or Dorsainvil.mp3 - Dr. Douglas Barlow, a Boca Raton pediatrician, talks about his work with the Dorsainvil Foundation, dedicated to providing healthcare to the people of Haiti. Dr. Barlow also discusses the anticipated medical school at Florida Atlantic University, the AMA as unrepresentative of physicians (18% of doctors are members), the FDA, HIPAA and the unconstitutionality of electronic medical records requirements.

May 24, 2010 - Comiter.wma or Comiter.mp3 - Lloyd Comiter, Candidate for Palm Beach County Court Judge, talks about landlord/tenant law and the judicial race. His website is at

   May 17, 2010 - PatRooney.wma or PatRooney.mp3 - Pat Rooney, Jr., President of the
   Palm Beach Kennel Club, Rooney's Public House and Rooney's All In Sports Bar, attorney, and Candidate for Florida House District 83, is this week's special guest. Pat is the oldest of seven Rooney children with two political younger brothers, Congressman Tom Rooney and Brian Rooney, running for US Congress in Michigan. Pat is running for Florida House District 83 and talks about the acreage cancer cluster (in his district), public corruption and the Palm Beach County Ethics Commission, offshore drilling, tourism, agriculture, natural resources and the environment, illegal aliens and the Arizona law, US Sugar Land Purchase and the Seminole Gaming Compact.

May 10, 2010 - Lukis.wma or Lukis.mp3 - Vicki Lopez Lukis, former Lee County Commissioner who served time in federal prison for honest services fraud, discusses her "insider's" view of the fastest growing industry in America and the impact of incarceration. Hear about her tireless efforts on behalf of women in prison and girls in detention. Show also includes a discussion of the future childless female justices in the USSC if Elena Kagan is confirmed; how Florida is looked upon on the national scene as an outpost of uncontrolled corruption, the ethics commissions and Inspector General; the new IG appointed in Palm Beach County; USSC court review of the honest services statute and its constitutionality; inadequacy or absence of proper healthcare in prison resulting in death or more serious injury and the increased need for healthcare for women in prison; how most women are serving time in prison relating to activites/conspiracy charges connected with their spouse or another significant male in their lives; reentry into society and the underestimation of the post-traumatic stress, the problem of reconnecting with your own children following incarceration and the devastation to children when their mother is imprisoned.

May 03, 2010 - Kurlander.wma or Kurlander.mp3 - Attorney, author, and political blogger, Steve Kurlander, discusses his new book, The Dog Days of September, and current issues including the oil spill, the new Arizona immigration law, and Governor Crist's new political status as an "Independent"... as well as Steve's own "New York state of mind."

Apr 26, 2010 - Estremera.wma or Estremera.mp3 - Jaime Estremera-Fitzgerald, CEO and Mary Jones, from the Area Agency on Aging, "Your Aging Resource" discuss the changing of our country as our population ages. Calling seniors "the second largest economic engine in the State of Florida", the Area Agency on Aging provides Disaster Preparation services, Senior Advocacy on all issues relating to seniors, refers those seniors seeking community involvement to volunteer programs, and serves as the gateway to services for senior who choose to remain in their home. The Elder Helpline for answers to all questions relating to seniors and their caregivers is: 866-684-5885. The Hotline to report suspected Elder Absue is 800-962-2873. (Lightning strike occurs in studio during this show.)

Apr 19, 2010 - Kleinfeld.wma or Kleinfeld.mp3 - Today's special guest, Miami attorney Denis Kleinfeld discusses the potential for collapse of the U.S. dollar as people lose faith in the government; the Obama admnistration's effects on the economy; speculation of how long the economic downturn will last and what it will take to turn it around; The Euro and the European economic client; immigration and the effects on our economy as open borders lead to our economic demise; the problem of some attorneys representing themselves as competent in asset protection when, in fact, they are not;lLying with statistics and the economic realities -- pervasive in tax analysis and international economic analysis; offshore trusts and the Grupo Mexicana case. Special appearance by Merry Morris to discuss her civil contempt incarceration in Palm Beach County relating to her Cook Islands trust.

Apr 12, 2010 - Bondi.wma or Bondi.mp3 - Pam Bondi, career prosecutor and Republican candidate for Florida Attorney General discusses the Florida healthcare lawsuit and the importance of defending 10th Amendment Rights. She also talks about her passion to combat domestic violence, her insights into the criminal mind, prosecuting a death penalty case, crimes against children, ponzi schemers, public corruption, and mortgage fraud.

Apr 05, 2010 - SchoolDistrict2.wma or SchoolDistrict2.mp3 - Guest host Tom Whatley discusses the grassroots movement of parents, teachers, and concerned members of the community in Palm Beach County known as "Testing is not Teaching! PBC Citizens United to Make a Difference" which has been remarkable in its efforts and gains to make the school district accountable to the parents and teachers for their decisions. Susan Petosa and Debbie Block, both attorney moms, talk about their efforts in starting this Facebook group which, to date, has accumulated over 10,000 followers and was in the forefront of getting the chief academic officer to resign. Robert Dow, President of the Classroom Teacher's Association (CTA) also joins the discussion. Dow, Petosa, and Block reflect on the deficiencies of SB-6 in removing tenure and pay enhancements for teacher education (later vetoed by Governor Crist). They also discuss upcoming elections, term limits, and School Board Superintendent Art Johnson.

Mar 22, 2010 - CaplanA.wma or CaplanA.mp3 - Harvard Psychologist and Researcher, Paula J. Caplan, discusses her experiences with psychology through various committee assignments to the revisions to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the "DSM," also known as the "therapists bible." Dr. Caplan candidly discusses that psychiatrists are not being taught in medical school the ability to perform good research or properly evaluate the research that has been done. Training is basically to go along with the "establishment views." Her website is

                        Proposed DSM-V: Dr. Caplan discusses the proposed DSM-V scheduled to be released in 2013. Dr. Caplan has formed the opinion that the DSM is essentially unscientific, worthless and a farce due to the lack of science or objectivity. Several of the proposed diagnoses in the DSM-V threaten frightening repercussions for the justice system including: PAS, Temper Disorder, and Paraphilliac Rapism. Dr. Caplan emphasizes that any label from the DSM can have devastating effects upon an individual's life including losing custody of a child or children, losing the right to make important decisions in one's life, and the ability to obtain employment. The DSM diagnoses are frequently normal reactions to life experiences such as death, divorce, trauma, violence, oppression and war. Unfortunately, the victim is the one diagnosed with the mental disorder. The only advantage to getting a diagnosis from the DSM is that insurance coverage will likely cover the payments for therapy; however, being given a diagnosis has no effect whatsoever on treatment or outcome. Dr. Caplan encourages everyone to provide their comments and feedback against the proposed revisions to the DSM at

                        FAMILY LAW: Dr. Caplan did an assessment in Canada of the custody reports/assessments performed in the family courts and was shocked by the results which revealed sloppy work, skipped steps in the analysis and the psychologists claiming to know things they did not know. She said that judges and lawyers assume that psychologists and psychiatrists are performing objective science in custody cases which is absolutely false. Family court judges need to be quite critical of the assessments performed and, by all means, should not be abdicating their decision making in very difficult custody cases to a so-called psychological expert. This work is generally biased and unscientific. Dr. Caplan also expressed her dismay at the lack of follow-up on placements done based upon court decisions and custody assessments.

                        PAS: In the area of family law, the concept of Parental Alienation Syndrome has been misused against mothers by abusive fathers. The use of "PAS" has been banned in many courtrooms due to the lack of any science behind it. Despite years of lobbying by Richard Gardner, the creator of PAS, it has been kept out of the DSM, but somehow, the lobbying has continued and PAS is proposed to be included in the next revision.

                        VETERANS: Dr. Caplan is writing a book about the the injustice of diagnosing veterans with PTSD. What used to be called battle fatigue or shell shock, has now been labeled Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Paula stresses that war has very real and traumatic effects that any normal person would experience, but society wishes to ignore these effects, instead labeling our combat veterans with a mental disorder. Sending veterans to therapy for this so-called disorder masks the problems of war and isolates our veterans. It is sending a message of "get over it," instead we should be saying, "If I had been in your shoes, I would feel the same way." We need to listen to our Veterans and not judge them. The most useful "therapy" for veterans would be to have them share their experiences with other Americans. Dr. Caplan encourages parents to become educated on military service so that they may properly advise their teenage and young adult children regarding this life course.

Mar 15, 2010 - Barreiro.wma or Barreiro.mp3 - Former State Representative, Gus Barreiro, talks about his personal observations at the Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida. Rep. Barreiro was one of the first people to uncover the graveyard at the Dozier facility and investigate what went on with individuals now labeled as The White House Boys. He talked to the boys there, the community members and believes the stories of horrific abuse which occurred at the remote rural youth correctional facility in the Florida Panhandle of boys being brutally raped, beaten and killed. He disagrees with the outcome of the recent FDLE investigation which determined that there was no abuse at the facility. Gus Barreiro wants this place SHUT DOWN! He also discusses the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, the criminalization of adolescents, Florida youth correctional facilities in which 68% of the kids are on psychotropic drugs, and the 12 million dollar pharmaceutical contract the DOJJ has with outside vendors. Sounds more like a system of Juvenile Injustice. Gus Barreiro seeks to win back his seat in District 107 after being term limited out to try to fix the broken Florida Juvenile Justice System. Link:

Mar 08, 2010 - Wismick.wma or Wismick.mp3 - Today's show features: Nancy Hogan, Candidate for Ocean Ridge Town Commission, and Wismick St. Jean, Candidate for Wellington Village Council. Wismick St. Jean was born in Haiti, he moved to the U.S. as a young boy and worked hard to graduate college in 3 years while working full time and is now the CEO of the three real estate related corporations. Wismick has a heart for people and he is willing to work hard and help the people and will not tolerate injustice. Wellington is an equestrian community just West of West Palm Beach Florida. Wismick discusses the importance of paying attention to how the government is spending your money as well as the importance of holding elected officials accountable for their actions. Nancy Hogan is a Certified Public Accountant and former municipal auditor in upstate New York. Nancy is seeking to regain a seat on the Ocean Ridge Town Commission, an oceanfront community just South of Palm Beach. Nancy is concerned about the spending and the quality of life in Ocean Ridge. She believes in fiscal accountability and responsibility. Ocean Ridge has a history of giving out contracts without a bidding or proposal process and insufficient actions to reduce spending prior to annexation. Ocean Ridge has increased their millage rate during the years of a good economy while most other municipalities -- and even the County -- were reducing or at least keeping their millage rates stable. Ocean Ridge's spending has increased dramatically over the past several years. Nancy Hogan emphasized the importance of having a local fire rescue service east of the intracoastal waterway as well as the importance of cooperation with adjacent municipalities and unions.

Mar 01, 2010 - SchoolDistrict.wma or SchoolDistrict.mp3 - School Board Candidate Tom Whatley guest hosts today's Justice Hour while Lisa is in Tallahassee for the start of the legislative season. The topic of the show is how the poor education, incompetency and inefficiency at the Palm Beach County School District has brought the community together to seek reform. With special appearance by Robert Dow, the President of the CTA - Classroom Teacher's Association, the show also discusses the Facebook group formed by parents, teachers, politicians and concerned members of the public regarding the ongoing crisis in the Palm Beach County School District, entitled "Testing is not Teaching! - PBC Citizens United to Make a Difference" with almost 9000 members/fans to date.

Feb 22, 2010 - Stipo2.wma or Stipo2.mp3 - Lisa talks about the Florida "ethical prohibition" on Facebooking judges and the Palm Beach Realtors Association's recent disclosure form regarding the acreage "health concern." Special guest for today's show is Francesco Stipo, a lawyer from Rome Italy and Director of the U.S. Club of Rome who discusses some differences between Italian and U.S. laws and practices, the mission and activities of the Club of Rome, and his book, World Federalist Manifesto: Guide to Political Globalization.

Feb 15, 2010 - JRodriguez.wma or JRodriguez.mp3 - Boynton Beach Commissioner, Jose Rodriguez, joins Lisa to talk about what is happening in the City of Boynton Beach and his candidacy for Mayor of the city. His website is at

Feb 08, 2010 - Spencer.wma or Spencer.mp3 - Today's show features Coral Gables attorney Thomas Spencer, President of South Florida Association for Intelligence Officers and Co-counsel for Bush/Cheney in the Florida Recount 2000, discussing judicializing the State Secrets Privilege.

Feb 01, 2010 - Graber.wma or Graber.mp3 - Lisa's guest is Dr. Ben Graber, well-known Florida physician and politician -- and now Democratic Candidate for Congressional District CD-19. His website is at

Jan 25, 2010 - Dockery2.wma or Dockery2.mp3 - Paula Dockery, Republican Candidate for Governor of Florida, does an encore on the Justice Hour. Her website is http://

Jan 18, 2010 - RSolomon2010.wma or RSolomon2010.mp3 - Today's show features New York trial attorney Richard Solomon, discussing the nuts and bolts of litigating without an attorney.

Jan 11, 2010 - ThompsonRothstein.wma or ThompsonRothstein.mp3 - Lisa's guest is Jack Thompson, J.D., discussing The Florida Bar and Scott Rothstein.

Jan 04, 2010 - KatesGoldman.wma or KatesGoldman.mp3 - Today's show features South Florida lawyer Elizabeth Kates discussing feminism and the family courts, the Sean Goldman Brazil abduction media drama, and the Bristol Palin custody case. Her websites are: the liz library and collaborative law.

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