The Dobbs Wire: Do we need the sex offense registry? Counting registrants, family members and significant others, the number of people directly impacted by sex offense registration laws in the U.S. is estimated at several million. Every state has had a registry for at least 25 years and politicians continually push for harsher registration requirements. These are all good reasons to question the registry. David Pakman, a political analyst and commentator with a large audience, did some digging. Have a look at this five minute video and let me know what you think of Pakman’s take! –Bill Dobbs, The Dobbs Wire If you or a friend would like to be added to The Dobbs Wire mailing list, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @thedobbswire.com
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The David Pakman Show started as a community radio show called Midweek Politics in the basement of WXOJ’s studio in Northampton, Massachusetts. Today, it is a daily internationally syndicated politics and news talk show airing on radio, television, and the internet, and on Free Speech TV via DirecTV and DISH Network. The program first aired in August 2005. Host David Pakman holds an MBA from Bentley University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Communication from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. He is originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Pakman started the program at age 21, and was for some time the youngest nationally syndicated political host.