Antenori Accuses the City Council for using Civility to Silent Conservative Talk
The Jon Justice Show
Broadcasted: Friday, December 7, 2012
Approximate time: 40 minutes
Podcast Author/Asst. Producer: Lenda Yu Brewer
Frank Antenori says he wants to recreate the role of Andrew Breibert, but locally. Andrew Breitbart was a Conservative Commentator for the Washington Post who attempted to make key figures accountable for their actions.
Justice and Frank updates us on the Street Car Project, which seem to be continuously delayed.
Justice reads a story where the question arises of why we have an attempted accused terrorist, Abdullatif Ali Aldosary, in Arizona, who bombed the federal social security building in Casa Grande. He was also to be deported
Both cover articles of tax increase changes between states, state growth reactions and business decisions. Because of the tax increases amongst states, there are significant differences of declining populations in those states and growth toward other states. This is a battle between moochers and producers. Antenori is excited Business owners and Producers are considering moving to Arizona.
Antenori discusses the debates he's experienced with state/city decision makers on spending.
Justice announces Kozachik plans to post a Roast January 7, 2013
They announce a seeminingly hypocritical shocking "Civility Hall" meeting with Councilman Steve Kozachik and Cartoonist David Fitzsimmon. Fitzsimmons created violent representations of politicians in a cartoon. Both are known for uncivil behavior. They ask which Republicans will attend?. Antenori and Justice plan to go to tape it.
Justice reads the 5 Small Business Friendliest and Least Friendliest states
Justice discusses the relation to Tucson Police Departments Response and the possible growth of business. Antenori and Justice brings up the subject debate of where possible new income brought into Tucson will actually go to.
Jon reads a current news story regarding closures of Tucson Schools
What will be done with the buildings, drops in attendance numbers, people moving away, and the waste of funds.
Rick Grinnell calls the show and other callers comment on the lack of priorities of shifted city funds. Both bring up comparisons of Phoenix and Tucson's growth. Justice lists what the City Council has talked about but no real actions.
Antenori Accuses the City Council for using "Civility to Silent Conservative Talk"