The Phil Garris Show
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When asked about Aleppo Gary Johnson was caught flat footed with egg on his face. What would you do, if you were elected, about Aleppo? Gary did not know who or what Aleppo was.
Progressives want to rip apart the Libertarian Party and trash your property rights. The rise of the Libertarian party is terrifying progressives and the baseless attacks have started. Some progressives are clinging to conspiracy theories in hopes to sway voters away from Libertarians.
The Phil Garris Show was the first podcast to report the good news that Live 365 is making a comeback. Phil Garris investigative journalist reported Monday that Live 365 was making comeback, now other news sources have pick up the story.
Good news Live 365 may be on its way back!
A Pakistani IRS scammer comes unglued, when told that he is on the radio and asked if he can say drones and 52's.
A pioneering internet radio service provider called Live 365 was forced out of business by excessive royalty fees imposed by the US government, effectively shutting down thousands of independent radio stations. Under a hideous veil that artist will be paid more lies the real the real motivation, that the government is moving to control internet radio and create a monopoly just as it has done with terrestrial radio.
I am sad to report the death of Glenn Frey.
FBI's Cointelpro used against MLK.
A deep look into the Libertarian Party of Florida problems with race and shifting of core values.
A Florida enforcement officer entered and searched a home without a warrant. The owner of the property was cited for three water stains.
The Orlando city council voted to increase the property tax rate by 17.7% while most working people continue to struggle to earn a living wage. The city of Orlando continues to spend enormous amounts of tax payer’s money on soccer stadiums and a performing arts center.
Orlando city council voted unanimously to increase the property tax rate by 17.7% while most working people continue to struggle to earn a living wage. The city of Orlando continues to spend enormous amounts of tax payer’s money on soccer stadiums and a performing arts center.