Elizabeth and John start this episode with a reading from the Los Angeles Times Article "Cellphone call from a U.S. ambassador at a Kyiv restaurant could compound Trump's troubles" https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2019-11-14/cellphone-call-from-ukraine-could-compound-trumps-troubles. We talk about Ambassador Sondland's testimony in the Trump impeachment inquiry. Then we talk civics and history. The Founding Fathers weren't perfect. "We're in a Republic, not a democracy." George Washington warned his fellow countrymen about the dangers of competing political parties, a two (or more) party system would wreak havoc on the body civic. E Pluribis Unum. We talk about Colin Kaepernick and his speaking out against police brutality against minorities, people of color. Then we turn to the subject of expunging a criminal record: What do you have to do to get a case expunged and sealed in Florida? Elizabeth Boyle and John Stewart will discuss his experience getting his case expunged. What is the difference between Prison and Jail? Does it costs money to be locked up in Florida? What are the conditions like in Port Manatee Jail? We talk about the recent news stories of detainee abuse by deputies at Port Manatee Jail. We also talk about the deputies who stepped forward to report the abuse and about Whistleblower protections.