Andy and Larry cover a listener situation where a treatment provider is being difficult. The problem is with receiving payments where the patient is making every effort to pay and be compliant with treatment. Why does the law enforcement apparatus use school resource officers during the summer to monitor registrants? Is it wrong for people to impersonate law enforcement to extort money from registrants? Why was the entire law enforcement apparatus represented in regards to a civil regulatory scheme in reforming the SOR? Is drawing a 1st Amendment right, or is it a thought crime? The rates of sexual offenses continues to fall, but the number of registrants goes up. 40 year sentence is deemed excessive by a conservative judge, given the current administration, are we surprised? The months jobs numbers are good, and this is good news for registrants.
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6 thoughts on “RM32 – Why Are The Job Numbers Good For Registrants?”
Another great podcast!Keep ’em comin’ boys!
You guys sound more like NPR every day!
Next you’ll start playing bumper music before & after the shows and/or segments.
I can’t wait ’til you can have live call-ins!
I’ll take the sounding like NPR as a compliment.
The live call-in is interesting. If people want it, I can flip a switch and we can take calls during recording.
I don’t have a switchboard or anything like that, but have a single phone line that I can patch into the recording if people would want to call in. Do you?
Bumper music – yes, I’m interested. It’s a matter of time and finding the right things.
And of course, licensing
Plenty of musicians on the SOR, so perhaps you could ask one to make a bit of music for the podcast.
You’re absolutely right on that one. I’ll announce it on the pod tonight to see if anyone is interested in helping out with this