Melinda Pillsbury-Foster interviews Kimberly Bunn-Miller, who recently spent time in prison after serving Judge Clay M. Smith with two motions to remove her child custody case to the Tribal Court system due to her status as a Native American.
Tag Archives: human rights
Kimberly Bunn-Miller gives an update about her child custody case and release from prison
Corruption runs rampant in the family law cases involving Julia Gelb and Kim Miller
Host Melinda Pillsbury-Foster and guest Charles E. Lincoln III confer with Julia Gelb and Kim Miller about the discrimination they’ve received by the courts, particularly from Clay M. Smith, a Judicial Officer for the Superior Court of California.
Filed under Government & Organizations, News & Politics
Eben Rey looks at breaking news and takes calls from listeners
Eben Rey takes aim at the global warming controversy and upcoming United Nations vote on Palestinian statehood which the U.S. threatens to veto.
Filed under Government & Organizations, National, News & Politics
Mari-Lynn Evans exposes how the coal industry destroys lives and the environment
Mari-Lynn Evans tells her gripping story about a multi-generational battle to prevent wanton destruction of land and secure basic human rights for coal miners.
Paul Pantone talks about GEET and his release from incarceration
Our guest is Paul Pantone, inventor of the GEET plasma reactor fuel efficiency technology, who will tell us about his wrongful incarceration that began in 2006.
Filed under Government & Organizations, National