TLBTalk Radio: Empowering The Election Process

TLBTalk Radio: Empowering The Election Process

Today my discussion is once again with Christina Tobin, Founder of The Free & Equal Election Foundation, and longtime Friend. Let’s discuss elections in America from a perspective of someone right in the middle of it all …

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Show Preface by Host: Roger Landry (TLB)

Hello again and welcome to Episode #102 of the TLBTalk Radio show on the Republic Broadcasting Network. Today’s title – Empowering The Election Process. Let’s wind our way through the chaos and tyranny … But first allow me to get through this intro routine …

Before we jump into today’s topics I would like to once again, say thanks to RBN for the platform, to the shows producer Sam, and to Annie at the ShakeAndWake Radio forum for this show replays on Thursdays, and for also hosting my newest show (with Co-Host Stephen Roberts) Eagle’s Eye Report on Wednesdays from 3-4 PM Central. They are all a very significant part of the weekly success of The Liberty Beacon Project’s Message …

Again I will state that the message I bring to you today is not entertainment, nor is it baseless guesses, or remote possibilities. Most of what I deliver is in your face reality, recorded facts or an inevitability depending on our course of action.

Source Credit: As usual I take my inspiration for each show from current research or from an article recently published on The Liberty Beacon (or one of the other TLB Project websites). Any articles used can be found below the Archived show.

Now, on with the show


Empowering The Election Process

Show Intro Comments:

For today’s show we have a return special guest, Christina Tobin. Christina is the founder of Free & Equal Elections Foundation, and a longtime friend of The Liberty Beacon Project.

As I stated in my first discussion with Christina, a little over 2 months ago, and will reiterate here again …

This is America … A union of states governed by a Constitution and Bill of Rights. America is not, and never has been a Democracy, even though this is what our politicians openly state and our children’s teachers … teach!

As I often state – In America our elections, be they local, state or national, are We The Peoples ticket to the main show, the decision making as it will effect our lives going forward. If this system is sound and dependable, made to truly represent, then it is exactly what our founders wished for.

But if it is rigged via the presence or absence of money, or via any mechanism of illegal ballots or ballot counting … and more … then it not only makes a mockery out of our system of governance … but also of us for having tolerated it for so long.

So what can/should we do?


Show Talking Points:

1. Empowering The Elections Process Through Technology and Transparency Free and Equal Election Assistant Blockchain Application Beta

– Voting Technology: Highlight the Free and Equal Elections assistance app’s role engaging voters.

– They picked top 6 candidates you want to see in the debate.

– Audit the poll results with us.

– Election Integrity: The significance of the blockchain for accountability and poll audits and crowdsourcing for fair elections, emphasizing public participation and transparency.

2. Revolutionizing Public Participation in Elections and Debates

– Presidential Debates: Explore the February 29 debate initiative, focusing on opening the debate stage to diverse candidates.

– Asking the public to submit questions they want asked at the debate at

– Ballot Access Challenges: Delve into current barriers to ballot access and how innovations in debates and voting technology can address these issues.

3. Fighting Political Corruption and Promoting Electoral Reform

– Corporate Influence: The influence of corporate finance on politics, particularly regarding debate participation and funding.

– Electoral Reforms: Discuss actionable steps and reforms needed to combat corruption and ensure a fair, inclusive political process.

4. Grassroots Support and the Role of Community Funding

– Highlight the importance of publicly funding needed to push out censorship requirements imposed on the current system by corporate funding.

– Grassroots funding and community support can lead to significant electoral reforms.

– Ways people can support our work at The Free and Equal Elections Foundation is by donating to our givebutter campaign to help us meet our $100,000 goal.

Let’s roll into this show …


TLBTalk Radio: Empowering The Election Process

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Please be sure to visit Christina at Free & Equal Elections Foundation –


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TLBTalk Radio: Free & Equal – Let’s Talk Elections


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About the Author & Host: Roger Landry (TLB) spent about three decades of his adult life either in, or working for the military, with about two decades working directly for the Military Industrial Complex facilitating DOD contracts. His awakening to Political, Economic, and Health realities was about fifteen short years ago. Since that time he has founded The Liberty Beacon Project (TLB) consisting of a half dozen proprietary global websites, media projects and partner websites across the planet. He contributes regularly to multiple forums both in and outside of TLB Project. Most of Roger’s published work can be found on the TLB Flagship website 

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