James Dean Leavitt, Danny Tarkanian & Christina Gruber to appear on the Veterans In Politics video Talk-show



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Veterans In Politics proudly announces that James Dean Leavitt candidate for Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Department 1 and Danny Tarkanian candidate for United States Senate Representing Nevada, Christina Gruber a victim from the Las Vegas Strip Mass Shooting all will appear as a special guests on the Veterans In Politics internet video talk-show Saturday October 7, 2017.



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Talk-Show every Saturday from 14:00-15:00 (2:00pm-3:00pm PT) on World Wide Digital Broadcasting Corp.



The VIP Talk-Show is a trusted source of information. For more than a decade, Steve Sanson, Jim Jonas and co-hosts Brittany Nicole and Mantis Toboggan and Guest Co-host Christina Ortiz have informed the listeners about important local and national issues. Not only do they discuss major national issues, but they also bring public’s attention to multiple local issues affecting our community that other news sources choose to ignore. Past guests are politicians, candidates running for public office, organization leaders, published authors, business owners and citizens. VIP‘s involvement in local affairs has led to investigations of multiple government agencies and corrupt individuals. VIP received special recognition and multiple awards from government officials and non-profit organizations.


If you would like to be a guest on our show, please call or e-mail us.

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Our New co-host:

Brittany Nicole is an educator and passionate about teaching, justice, equality and politics. Brittany late grandfather a US Marine that witnessed the American Flag go up at Iwo Jima.


Special Guest

Christina Gruber a victim from the Las Vegas Strip Mass Shooting



James Dean Leavitt candidate for Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Department 1



Danny Tarkanian candidate for United States Senate Representing Nevada




Missing Las Vegas Girl

Sharlotte was last seen across the street from Palace Station walking Westbound with an older white male with brown hair who’s a parolee. We don’t know his name but the youth parole officers do! We’ve tried to get any information out of them and nothing.


She attends Bonanza High School where another girl was missing too that was seen with her. She has information but she’s too scared to say anything.


Marks none, scares none, tattoos none, medication no, habits bites her cuticles, allergies none, last seen westbound on Sahara, clothes gray mini dress with pink fuzzy slippers.



Family Court Litigants Corner


Nevada Supreme Court RULED it’s mandatory to video interview children in Family Court so our Due Process of Law is guaranteed under the 14 Amendment of the US Constitution


Lyudmyla Pyankovskaya‎ to WAR declared on Clark County Nevada Family Court System

Everyone, I am so pleased with our Nevada Supreme Court advance published opinion on case Gordon v Geiger case #67955. Finally it is mandatory for interview with our kids to be audio recorded so our Due process of law is guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution. “We now take this opportunity to clarify that child interviews must be recorded and must abide by the Act.’ Further, we provide family law judges with guidance in interviewing child witnesses in the noncriminal proceedings over which they preside.


Under the Act, a judge may sua sponte order a hearing in determining whether a child witness should be allowed to testify by an alternative method. NRS 50.570(1) (a); see also NRS 1.428 (defining ‘judge”).


However, a court must order a hearing if a party makes a motion and shows good cause. NRS 50.570(1) (b). Regardless of whether a hearing is ordered sua sponte or after a party shows good cause, the parties must be reasonably notified of the hearing, and the hearing must be recorded.

NRS 50.570(2).


Furthermore, the family court judge may allow a child witness to testify by an alternative method upon finding by a preponderance of the evidence that such allowance “is necessary to serve the best interests of the child or enable the child to communicate with the finder of fact.”


NRS 50.580(2). In making this necessary finding, the judge must make relevant considerations as statutorily proscribed. See NRS 50.580(2) (a) – (e). If the judge makes a satisfactory finding, he or she must consider additional statutory factors to determine whether a child should be allowed to testify by an alternative method. See NRS 50.590(1)-(7).


The judge must then support his or her determination by stating the findings of fact and conclusions of law in an order. NRS 50.600(1). The order also must specify certain conditions under which the testimony by an alternative method is to be presented. See NRS 50.600(2) (a)-(e).


Notably, the judge’s order “may be no more restrictive of the rights of the parties than is necessary under the circumstances to serve the purposes of the order.” NRS 50.600(3). The Act also sets forth constitutional safeguards. In conducting the alternative method of obtaining child witness testimony, the district court must afford each party with a full and fair opportunity to examine or cross-examine the child witness. NRS 50.610. 8



Opinion Corner


Steve Sanson “You don’t protest against our country and the Veterans that shed their blood for you by taking a F**^ knee during our National Anthem.”




He Defended Us, Let’s defend Him!



your only warning.. Sealing cases will not cover anything up…

Like Donald Trump says: “Believe Me!”

Steve Sanson
President of Veterans In Politics International, Inc. (TM)


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Veterans In Politics proudly announces that Jasmine Flower Bourn discussing the Parental Alienation by Clark County District Court Judge Family Division Rena Hughes will appear as a special guests on the Veterans In Politics internet video talk-show


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