SML Podcasts

Saturday Morning Live for Apr. 5, 2014

    Guest Host Samuel Sefzik interviews Max Nelesen from Freedom Foundation and Erin Shannon of the Washington Policy Center, to discuss the Socialist Party movement to raise minimum wage to $15 in Seattle and eventually the entire State of Washington.  

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Saturday Morning Live for Mar. 29, 2014

Host Kris Halterman interviews Gary Hagland and Mike Newman, from Skagit County CAPR about their upcoming workshops and current issues for the community of Skagit County and her residents.            Direct play SML Skagit CAPR program:

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Radio Real Estate & Wealth Wakeup Live for Mar. 22, 2014

Is Your County Lifestyle Secure?   KGMI Radio – March 22 Saturday 10Am -12pm Bellis Fair Mall Forestry; Gordy Iverson Commercial Fishing; Reider Solberg Small Cattle Farms; Wes Kentch Small Horse Ranch; Sara Singleton Meat Packinghouse; Ben Elenbaas Water planning Future; Skip Richards Private Well Future; Karen Brown Facilitator; Larry Helm Rural Life – Then & Now Part 1. (direct play) Rural Life – Then & Now Part 2. (direct play)

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Saturday Morning Live for Mar. 22, 2014

Host Kris Halterman interviews Perry Eskridge, Whatcom Assoc. of Realtors – Governmental Affairs, about the Planning Unit, its role and thoughts on where and how to insure its success.   SML Mar 22, 2014 (Perry Eskridge discussion on the role of the Planning Unit – direct play)

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Saturday Morning Live for Mar. 15, 2014

Hosts Kris Halterman and Jacob Deschenes interview Randy Pepple of ShiftWa.org.  As ShiftWa.org shines the light of truth on the relationship between politics and non-profits.  How big money is influencing local politics in Washington and around the U.S.          

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Saturday Morning Live for Mar. 8, 2014

Hosts Kris Halterman and Lorraine Newman will interview Carl Olsen and Gary Lysne on theWhatcom County CAFR (Comprehensive Annual Financial Report) and the Whatcom County “Cash Balance Report.”  Is Whatcom County broke?  Does Whatcom County really need to raise taxes and fees?  Or, should there be “ceilings and floors” applied to all the voter approved levies and designated/restricted funds in the Whatcom County bank account?  

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Saturday Morning Live for Mar. 1, 2014

Host Kris Halterman interviews local Whatcom County CAPR (Citizen’s Alliance for Property Rights) – Roger Almskaar and Washington State CAPR President – Darol Johnson, about their organization, its history and mission, and their upcoming 10th Annual Convention. We Invite you to attend our 2014 Workshops and Banquet – Celebrating 10 Years of Protecting Property Rights Banquet Keynote Speaker: Randal O’Toole | Senior Fellow, Cato Institute Workshop Presenters: Mary Baker | Creator of How to Become a Citizen Ninja™ Darcy Brandon | Landscape Architect, Co-Publisher of Dimensions of Sustainability Steve Neugebauer | Hydrogeologist/Engineering Geologist with SNR Company Date: Saturday, March 15, 2014 Times: Workshop Registration: 7:45 AM Workshops: 8:15 AM – 3:30 PM Reception and Silent Auction: 5:30 PM Banquet & Live Auction: 7:00 PM Location: Doubletree Guest Suites Southcenter / 16500 Southcenter Parkway / Seattle, WA 98188 “Nothing is ours which another may deprive us of.” -Thomas Jefferson Copyright 2009 Citizens’ Alliance for Property Rights    

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The Morning Show Feb. 10, 2014

Host Kris Halterman interviews local farmers; Larry Helm, Wes Kentch and Jeff Rainey (also a former Whatcom County Planning Commissioner) about the economic future of farming in Whatcom County.

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Saturday Morning Live for Feb. 1, 2014

Host Kris Halterman interviews Hugh Foulke, Ferndale School District Board member on the $125M – Ferndale School Bond up for vote this February 2014.    

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Saturday Morning Live for Jan. 25, 2014

Host Kris Halterman interviews Glen Morgan of the Freedom Foundation about local issues and entities like Futurewise and how they litigate County Legislatures into their agenda.  Also top of the heap is Glen’s most recent post about the need to abolish the Puget Sound Partnership.      Greedy capitalists get money by trade. Good liberals steal it. The direct use of force is such a poor solution to any problem, it is generally employed only by small children and large nations. Property rights are not the rights of property; they are the rights of humans with regard to property. They are a particular kind of human right. ~ David Friedman

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