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04-22-16 -- Keith Cyrnek - Scott Horton - Kathy Inman -- (VIDEO & MP3s LOADED)

Keith Cyrnek (local activist) on his letter to Senator Lesko on Pension Reform Bill - Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) on the GOP circus, the push for war - Kathy Inman (Executive Director, MomForce AZ) provides an update on marijuana/cannabis
Media Type: Audio • Time: 197 Minutes and 0 Secs
Guests: Keith Cyrnek
Media Type: Audio • Time: 57 Minutes and 23 Secs
Guests: Scott Horton
Media Type: Audio • Time: 91 Minutes and 00 Secs
Guests: Kathy Inman

Hour 1 - 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 197 Minutes and 0 Secs
Guests: Keith Cyrnek

Hour 1 - Keith Cyrnek (local activist) on his letter to Senator Lesko on Pension Reform Bill

Hour 2 -- Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) on the GOP circus, the push for war

Hour 3 - Kathy Inman (Executive Director, MomForce AZ) provides an update on marijuana/cannabis in Arizona

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April 22nd, 2016

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Hour 1

2016-04-22 Hour 1 Keith Cyrnek from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Keith Cyrnek - In Studio

Local Activist - Keith details his letter to AZ Senator Lesko on Pension Reform Bill (Prop 124)

 

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Keith's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Guest-Page.htm?No=01066

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On 4/19/2016 7:29 AM, Keith Cyrnek wrote:

Hi Debbie,

Thanks for sending out another legislative update April/2016.

I will vote no on 123/4.

I have not spent the hours that you and fellow bureaucrats, politicians and lobbyists have researching the financial numbers.

However, government financial number most always lie.  

Government programs most always exaggerate, distort and simplify the math.  These programs cost the non-government worker and most importantly the unborn and the under voting age trillions of dollars.  The trillions of dollars of debt are immoral and the greatest disease and disservice the country can do and have done to the future generations.  The "greatest generation" as stated by Tom Brokaw began the way to enslaving the youth and future citizens via debt.  

Regarding pensions for the 2nd responders (remember family members or the citizens that are on the scene first are the first true responders).  Why do police and paramedics (rarely are there fires) have their own pensions.  Why don't they pay into social security?  Why do they even have pensions - a no pension proposition would save even more money. Let the second responder invest their paycheck as they please.  if there are 10 job openings for the paramedic department - there may be 3-4 thousand applicants, perhaps more.  A good government sector job.  Perhaps there could be 10 chosen that would take a salary (perhaps lower), and as public servant just say no to a taxpayer funded pension that most certainly is well beyond the estimation of the best actuary.

I think there is enough police.  We live in a police state.  I do not want more government workers.  No more added police, sheriffs, NSA, FBI, CIA, Border patrol, DEA, secret service, air marshals, ICE, TSA, homeland security, correctional facilites and all the military that backs them up.  There is plenty.

I currently pay very little property tax compared to states in the northeast and west coasts.  I think part of the reason is that Arizona has had a late start with the number of government workers as the state didn't have many people until the 1980's.  Arizona did not have the liabilities that many of the older states are indebted to such as the great state of Illinois. If the public servant pension/entitlement is not stopped, we can expect to pay the large pensions and eventual debt/taxation as the other states.

Ok, that's all for now…thanks for letting me express and I know either you or a staffer will read my note.  

Thanks Debbie for your work and if I could give one bit of advice, stay out of the stadium business.  Those sports teams/owners are so full of sh*t!  Perhaps more than politicians.

Take care,

Sincerely,

Keith R. Cyrnek. (In response to the monthly legislative update, below)...

Lesko Legislative Update

April 2016

Why I VOTED YES to refer Propositions 123 and 124 to the ballot:

A. Proposition 123 (Education Funding): Republicans and Democrats in the AZ Legislature voted to refer Proposition 123 to the ballot in order to increase funding for K-12 education and to resolve a long-standing lawsuit. The legislation is a result of negotiations with the schools, teachers, legislature, and governor's office.

I voted YES to refer this to the ballot because:

It adds $3.5 Billion to K-12 education over 10 years without increasing taxes.

$2.2 Billion comes from increased distributions from the state land trust which is in place to help fund education.

$1.325 Billion comes from the legislature's decision to increase state general funds to education and reallocations.

Protections are added to ensure that state trust land assets are protected for the future. The state land trust ending balance is projected to increase from the current $4.8 Billion to $6.2 Billion by 2025 even after the increased distribution to schools.

For more information see these non-partisan analysis reports:

Analysis by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Summary by the Joint Legislative Budget Committee

B. Proposition 124 (Pension Reform): Proposition 124 is the result of the legislation I sponsored and worked on for over a year. It passed out of the Senate unanimously and out of the House overwhelmingly.

I voted YES to refer Proposition 124 to the ballot because:

It protects and sustains the fire fighter and police pension system.

It saves taxpayers over $1.5 Billion.

It saves the cities, counties, and state money so more law enforcement and police can be hired.

This proposition is a result of over one year of negotiations with the fire fighters, police, cities, counties, Republican and Democratic legislators, and the governor's office.

For more information see these non-partisan analysis reports:

Analysis by Legislative Council

Fiscal Impact Summary by the Joint Legislative Budget Committee

C.  The election for Prop 123 & 124 is on May 17th or by early ballot.  For voting information, visit Maricopa Co. Elections

Together, we can make a difference.

Sincerely,

Debbie Lesko

Arizona State Senate
Legislative District 21

 


Hour 2

Media Type: Audio • Time: 57 Minutes and 23 Secs
Guests: Scott Horton

Hour 2 -- Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) on the GOP circus, the push for war

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Hour 2

2016-04-22 Hour 2 Scott Horton from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Scott Horton

ScottHorton.Org

 

TOPICS: GOP, Trump, and the desperation of the republican party, the establishment's push for more war

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Scott's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Guest-Page.htm?No=00040

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Hour 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 91 Minutes and 00 Secs
Guests: Kathy Inman

Hour 3 - Kathy Inman (Executive Director, MomForce AZ) provides an update on marijuana/cannabis in Arizona

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Hour 3

2016-04-22 Hour 3 Kathy Inman from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Kathy Inman

Kathy Inman is the Executive Director of MomForce AZ.  She has been an advocate for cannabis and other social issues since 2003.  As a woman raised with a respect for life, a mother who wants to keep kids safe, and an Arizonan for personal liberty and less government intrusion, she has taken her questions about cannabis to officials across the state. She understands there are many social issues of great importance, but believes not one of them has touched every aspect of our society the way cannabis prohibition has.

Executive Director of MomForceAZ

Webpage: http://www.momforceaz.org/

About MomForceAZ...

MomForce AZ was established to address the very obvious questions regarding addiction, toxic substance abuse, and the over-prescribing of legal pharmaceuticals that has kept our country on a cycle of addiction for decades. 

Since 2008, I have organized and lead various pro-cannabis organizations. When my child went through school, I was reminded of my time in high school and college. I remembered who got in the most trouble, and who lost their life from experimentation. I never wanted a mom to get the call that their child overdosed from alcohol or prescription drugs, and I felt a moral obligation to speak up. I knew I could save lives by talking about the non-toxic alternative to these- marijuana.  I would be standing up for those who would not speak out for fear of losing their home, job, children, or freedom. For many years, I stayed silent for the same reason. I have tried to break the stereotypes associated with cannabis (marijuana) and create a place where folks feel comfortable talking about their use, and bold enough to tell their friends. From starting the Phoenix chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws in Phoenix in 2008, to serving as State Director from 2012-2014, I am confident that I speak for the majority when I say "Arizona is Sick of Prohibition". 

People are improving, extending, and sometimes even saving their lives with the medicine in cannabis.

MomForce AZ, formerly known as Phoenix March, was incorporated in 2011 as an outreach to women.  My hope is to empower other women to speak out and tell what they know about cannabis. We are the mothers, grandmoms, aunties, and sisters our families trust to give them medicine, food, and advice. We have an obligation to learn all we can to help them, and our communities as a whole.  

Talk about cannabis with your family, friends, and co-workers. 

I am not a paid lobbyist. I am just a Mom. 

The more ordinary people stand up for what is right, the less there will be that is wrong.                                                                                             

TOPICS: Marijuana/Cannabis in Arizona Update

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Kathy's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Guest-Page.htm?No=00927

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