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David Dorer Show – The Hold My Calls (and coffee) Edition

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Welcome back to the David Dorer Show Listen live to the show via Spreaker by playing the media player below.   This week’s episode is the “Hold My Calls” Edition where we will discuss Congress’ 54 day recess leading up to the midterm elections, the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder, and the coffee-cup salute heard round the world. […]

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Did Obama Just Play Congress?

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Congress is out for 54 days so that representatives can head back to their home states and politic for reelection in November. They won’t be back before these elections have passed. Almost immediately after this was announced, Attorney General Eric Holder resigned. On top of that, key members of congress have balked at the President’s […]

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Attorney General Eric Holder Resigned

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Immediately following reports that Congress will be out until the conclusion of the midterm elections, Attorney General Eric Holder announced today that he has resigned from the office. Giving credence to my allegations that the Executive Branch has played the Legislative Branch like a fiddle. Now, he can appoint an Attorney General by recess appointment, […]

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Knolan’s Knonsense – Tax Inversions

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We’ll get to tax inversions in a minute, but let’s talk about how the IRS and the Treasury are pursuing every possible manner of tax collection.   The Guardian ran a story on Wednesday entitled “Banks tell US customers they won’t work with Americans.” Banks are doing this because of the FATCA, Foreign Accounts Taxation […]

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Salute-Gate: No One Can Tell the President to Sit Down

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Much has been made by the the conservative press about the “latte salute” by President Obama. Sean Hannity and Karl Rove had a spout about it, where Hannity asked “would President Bush ever do that?” Rove didn’t comment on Bush’s salutes, but called Obama “insensitive” and asked, “How disrespectful was that?”   Maybe the reason that Rove […]

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Judge’s Order Removing Veronica Brinson From Murder Case

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Veronica Brinson, a local Macon attorney, was removed from representing Mr. Frank Reeves in his murder case by the presiding Judge, Honorable Judge Howard Simms, for providing “defacto ineffective” representation.   She claimed to media outlets following this decision that she felt it was retaliation for filing a motion to recuse Judge Simms on the […]

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The David Dorer Show – The More Things Change Edition

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Welcome back to the David Dorer Show Listen live to the show via Spreaker by playing the media player below.   This week’s episode is the “The More Things Change” Edition where we will discuss the President’s Decision to authorize airstrikes against Syria to curb the progress of ISIS, Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension following the release of him […]

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Obama approves US airstrikes in Syria

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President Obama, on this eve of the 13th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, has authorized US airstrikes in Syria in order to curb the progress of ISIS in Iraq and Syria.   I find this disheartening, and feel like if we continue to be reactionary, and continue to resort to […]

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Ravens Release Ray Rice

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The Baltimore Ravens have released Ray Rice and the NFL have banned him indefinitely following the release of the video below.   I have no problem with the Ravens’ decision, and I think it’s one that should have been made long ago. However, it seems that this decision should have been made when he was […]

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Dating Naked Contestant Sues For Being Shown Naked

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The patently ridiculous reality show that I do not watch, nor care to, has a funny legal twist: Dating Naked producer VH1 has been sued by a contestant for showing her naked, and not blurring out her “vagina and anus” in one shot that aired on national TV. A copy of the complaint is embedded […]

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