Friday, June 3, 2011

Program Change

I have decided to change the name of the show to Prison Nation with Remy St Clair and with the change comes a new format. We will discuss topics related to the countries prison population and legal aspects in corrections. The new format carries a long 60 minute show. I look forward to the new format as I will be able to discuss various topics at length and I will be able to add guest segments. Please stay tuned and I look forward to the interaction.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Hello World!

Debut show includes the following topics, the death penalty freeze in CA, border security in Arizona and Texas, and the end of an era; Kendra gets the boot. Just travel down to the On Demand Shows and click the link to hear the latest Remy St Clair Show.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Are We Really Telling The Illegals To Just Go Back Home?

I read an article on the Fox News website about the testimony of Sheriff Larry Dever in front of the  Homeland Security Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security.  The Sheriff provides information about the policy of "Turn Back South".  It appears that the feds are trying to reduce the number of reportable detentions and arrests, so they came up with the idea to have the border jumpers just go back home.  That is a very strong approach to maintaining border security.  I am amazed that the illegals are not obeying the request.  I think a far better approach would be to say "Please, turn back south."  Now, that might not do the trick, so I suggest a very firm and loud Please!  Mr. Dever also made the claim that there is also a policy that if you are caught smuggling marijuana and the total weight is under 750kg, then you go free.  Well, that is not entirely true, you have to leave the bud.  Finally, a well thought out and balanced approach to border security.  I feel better now.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Senate Confirms Prison Guards Contract

The Sacramento Bee reported today that the California State Senate ratified the contract for over 30,000 Correctional Officers.  This puts to an end the long struggle with Arnold's hatred of the men and women who work in the nations largest prison system.  At a time when all government agencies are dealing with record cuts, the prison guards struggled over 5 years without a contract.  Although the leaders of the California Correctional Peace Officers Association are satisfied with the deal, they still created a long term hardship for their members.  After years of furloughs, that proved ineffective, and a complete alienation by the state government, the members of CCPOA have a chance to ratify something that as alluded them for many years, a contract. 

Monday, May 2, 2011

The First...

Well the first of everything went up.  I ventured into Facebook and put out the word.  This Thursday night will be the start of The Remy St Clair Show at  You can put an ear to the computer and catch the gig at 7:30pm (PDT).  We will creep into the Usama bin Laden story and tie that to some interesting news coming from a company called Aerovironment, the maker of the Predator Drones.  I find it curious that this company just took an order for 85 drones from our friends in Pakistan.  Can you say, Quid pro Quo, Mr. Lecture.

I want to touch bases with California politics and the effect of the penal system.  As the show progresses and matures, we will spend time with guests and highlight news.  I will keep my head in the junk, so you won't have to.