Public Corruption and Crime Demoralize Voters #421

On the second-half of the Full Disclosure Network® cable and Internet television program, Councilman Bernard Parks compared the recent dismal 27 percent voter turn-out in the L. A. Mayor’s race to a 67 percent turn-out in the democracy of Iraq.

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L. A. Council to Keep Mayor in Check? #420

City Councilman Bernard Parks who serves as the Chairman of the powerful City Budget Committee says there is a need for the City Council play greater role in screening the Mayor’s appointments to powerful Commissions in order to avert possible conflict of interests, as occurred in James Hahn administration.

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Will Belmont Ever Be Safe? #417

Major political powers continue to impact the Los Angeles Unified School District’s $half billion dollar Belmont Learning Center construction and reconstruction on top of the old Los Angeles Oil Field which began in 1990 and continues to this day.

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Why Destroy Belmont? #416

The California Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) has quietly begun a public relations campaign on behalf and in conjunction with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) in order to win public support for completing the controversial $1/2 billion dollar Belmont Learning Complex.

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LA’s Political Police #418

The Los Angeles Police Department has become so politicized that the Chief of Police is now the Mayor’s mouthpiece, according to retired LAPD Captain Kenneth Hillman who also served as a Director of the L. A Police Protective League.

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CBS Fake Docs Swing Election? #413

Prominent Internet bloggers traded counter punches on the CBS report recently released on the Dan Rather fake documents scandal on this part two of a Full Disclosure special program.

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Bloggers Lead the Media Revolt #414

Internet Bloggers are bringing accountability to the regular news media according to Michael Williams, whose popular Blog entitled “Master of None” is visited daily by fifteen hundred or more people worldwide.

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