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PocketCast Of Liberty – Episode 2

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It’s episode 2 with me, Amy, SR Mann, Bill O’Keefe and Neal Dewing.

Topics covered include a continuing discussion on marijuana legalization and the politics of that stance. We also cover the Toomey/Manchin bill and the implications for those who support and oppose as well as the issue of mental health as it relates to guns. We touch briefly on EqualPayDay and what it means. We also delve into the politics of Rand Paul and his visit to Howard University and what that kind of outreach means to the GOP. We wrap it up with Goofball Tweets of The Week!

Enjoy!

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By day, Jay is a supply chain analyst for a company in the Atlanta area. He lives in Canton, GA with his wife Sylvia, their two teenagers, Michael and Ally and their idiotic dog, Lucky. Jay has been following politics closely since 1992 when he was a moderate Democrat. It was Bill Clinton’s lie about a middle class tax cut that pushed Jay over the edge to conservatism and celebrated when the GOP gained control of Congress entirely in November 1994. Jay also loves photography. You can see that work at Caruso Photography.