March 28, 2018
THIS WEEK: What About Small Business?
Larry Sharpe returns to the airwaves after a week off due to the snow storm. He returns to talk all kinds of topics in New York State politics while taking your questions. This week, he focuses on small business.
He starts the show discussing what the government’s role should be in small business and how he will help small business owners. He talks about how schools can protect themselves from potential dangers such as shootings. He delves into the Safe Act.
Larry on the government’s role in small business: “The government is punishing small businesses. Franchises have taken over the red tape.”
Larry on how to stop a potential attack on schools: “I want to break the planning process. That’s what any counter-terrorism expert would tell you.”
Owning and Building Small Businesses, When should you hire employees for your small business?, Workers Compensation Bills, Being afraid of the Government, Being punished by the Government, Accountant handling Government charges, Becoming a Franchise, Owning a Franchise, Franchises grow and Government regulation expands, Less regulations make small business more successful?
Caller discusses Gun Control as well as guns and guards in school, Arming teachers, Larry: “I don’t want to turn our schools into prisons”, Volunteer patrols in schools?, Making schools harder targets, Caller asks about safe act repeal and fixing New York State, Larry: “Once elected, victims of safe acts will begin to be pardoned”, Larry: “I’d rather have a guilty man go free than an innocent man imprisoned”, Larry: “Cops don’t want to enforce the safe act”
Larry goes into gun control in our country and then where our taxpayer money should go to. He gives his take on speed limits in New York. Gives a brief history of speed limits and what should be done to them to improve safety on the roads. He then goes through a quick fire round with a caller with topics including illegal vs. legal prostitution, Illegal immigration, abortion, adoption and health care.
Second Amendment and its relationship to child safety, Safety for our children in general, More on Gun Control, People are unhappy, Mental Health in relation to Gun Control, Tax payer funds supporting small businesses? Yay or nay?, “Marketer in Chief”, Speed Limits, Taxing the rich more than the poor, Simplifying tax, Legalizing prostitution, Illegal immigration vs. Legal immigration, DACA, Health Care Insurance, Health Care reform and Health Care insurance reform, Obamacare, Abortion, Pro Life vs. Pro Choice, Contraception, Simplifying adoption, Medical marijuana in nursing homes, Legalizing Marijuana, Allowing farmers to grow Cannabis freely, Recreational Marijuana, Pardoning marijuana related crimes,
Larry: “My goal is to let you decide what is right for you.”
Larry on how taxpayer money should be used: “I am against taxpayer money being used to pump up areas.”
Larry: “Speed limits should be made based on the roads they are built on.”
Larry then takes a question on the legality of marijuana in New York. What he will do for people arrested for marijuana possession. He breaks down family law in New York State especially grandparents rights.
Grandparents rights within social services, Family law protecting children, Family court purposely putting kids in foster care, Lying in family court has no penalty, Larry’s position on the e-cigarette industry, Government regulating the vape industry, Cynthia Nixon entering the race, Andrew Cuomo, Decreasing/Raising property taxes, Cutting spending to alleviate taxes, Stand Your Ground Laws, Castle Laws, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, What is Allepo?
Larry on what New York should do about the legality of marijuana: “Let farmers grow marijuana the way they want.”
Larry: “I only do one drug. Caffeine.”
Larry on family law: “I’d rather have children in the hands of family than in foster care. Children are much safer with family than in foster care.”
Larry wraps up the show by talking about the vaping industry. He weighs in on Cynthia Nixon joining the Governor’s Race and competing for the democratic ticket against incumbent Andrew Cuomo. He then discusses how he will handle property taxes in the state. He then gets into Stand your Ground Laws in New York as well as metals and cryptocurrency. He ends the show with a brief take on why Gary Johnson should’ve been elected.
Larry on the vaping industry: “Vaping is a fog machine. People vape to help stop their smoking addictions.”
Larry on Stand your Ground Laws: “Stand your Ground Laws make it easy for people to use them to hurt people.”
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