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1. 3 PLF case representing the 3 P’s of our practice areas:

a. Clark v. Seattle (personal liberties)

b.People for the ethical treatment of property v. Us fish and wildlife service (property rights)

c. Center for biological diversity v. Zinke (procedural guarantees)

2. California Considering Ban on internal combustion cars

3. New Tax Plan could hit Californians hard

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1. Las Vegas shootings: Reason to rethink gun control or rethink prescribing of drugs designed to deal with “mental health issues?”

2. Can Trump handle Kim il Jung? Does he need handling?

3. More than half of all California Students miss English Standard. Even more fail at math. Is it time for School Vouchers?

4. Venezuela: How much proof do we need that Socialism doesn’t work

Muslim American Contributions to Interfaith Dialogues

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Host Ismael Abdulhaqq is joined by Imam Haazim Rashed, Imam Qadir Al-Amin, Imam Raqeeb Abduljabbar, Imam Omar Shareef, Imam Yusef Ali, and Imam Antar Jannah.

topics to be discussed include: history of interfaith dialogue, current events, sports and interfaith, and interfaith organization.

Introduction by Aleem Shabazz.

Recorded 10/12/17.

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PLF case: Yim v City of Seattle; the so called “Democracy Voucher” taxes

property to give money to voters to spend in a local election.

PLF case: Markle v US Fish and Wildlife Service. How can it be critical habitat for dusky gopher frog when none live there and couldn’t survive under the conditions on the land?

Do police use deadly force when nonlethal tactics would be very adequate?

Is North Korea a serious threat, or just an excuse for bluster?

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What’s really being normalized is leftist bad behavior

Manafort wiretap: so-called Russian Collusion in election a real problem or just another distraction?

Global warming (aka “Climate Change”): “settled science” or simply political science?

Jedediah Bila departs after 1 year as resident libertarian on ABC’s “The View”. Is she headed for something better, or just being punished for confronting Hillary Clinton?

Adrian Moore’s reasons for leaving California?

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Credible threats of violence warrant self-defense. Who will deal with the psychopathic ruler of North Korea?

Forest mismanagement and wildfires are related; what to do?

Treating drug abuse as a health problem leads to less crime and fewer deaths. Will Federal Government adopt sane drug laws?

Has the demonization of law enforcement by divisive propaganda and actions degraded public safety?

Have the disruptive, destructive, and violent actions of certain political action groups qualified them as terrorists?

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• Occupational licensing regarding dentists is hurting poor people

• Tourists can buy weed in Vegas but can't smoke it anywhere

• Pre-crime in Georgia — persecuting alleged intent?

• Poor neighborhoods in Vegas getting destroyed by civil asset forfeiture

• Thomas Jefferson warned: a poorly educated society will not remain free. How does government monopoly K-12 schooling affect this?

• Are government entitlement programs Ponzi schemes?

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1. Duarte Nursery vs Corps of Engineers which resulted in a farmer settling for $1.1 million dollars in fines for plowing a field. Information can be found on Pacific Legal Foundations Web Site.

2. The lame stream media’s selective approach to first amendment rights. Should everyone have the right to protest and hold rallies or only those that are politically correct or supported by the left? Charlottesville Rally rally and the resulting violence. A libertarian perspective.