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The People’s Attorney General – an Interview with Rodney Glassman – Ep. 746

Today’s show rundown:

Mark wants to follow up about George Soros – crime goes up significantly every place Soros installs on of his puppets. These prosecutors are letting out people who have been arrested 21 times. Criminals are on a revolving door, allowed back on the street, come back again, over and over. It has NOTHING to do Soros defending the black community. The Democratic Party could care less about blacks and hispanics.

We meet Rodney Glassman who is running for Attorney General in Arizona. He is a Major in the US Air Force JAG Corps. We are thinking Rodney is NOT being backed by George Soros. Rodney goes into a little bit of his background. County Offices and AG offices are being weaponized by the Left, who are calling anyone who voted for Trump now days a domestic terrorist.

Glassman is running for AG to protect the people FROM the Government. The average family has been beaten down by the government…from mask mandates to CRT being taught in schools. The border down in Arizona – what happens at the border doesn’t stop at the border. Its less of a border issue than an illegal immigration issue. 1.7 million Fentanyl pills in Scottsdale. Arizona is under invasion. Listen in for more of what Rodney Glassman has to say.


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Rodney Glassman moved to Tucson over twenty years ago to run his family business and study at the University of Arizona. Prior to graduating from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law and joining the United States Air Force JAG Corps Reserve, Rodney worked full time while earning his undergraduate degree in agricultural economics and a PhD in Arid Land Resource Sciences. While in law school, at age 29, Rodney met his future wife and was elected to the Tucson City Council. He currently lives in Phoenix with his wife, Sasha and their two daughters.

In 2009, Rodney applied to the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps Reserve. He obtained his commission in March of 2009, and after completing Air Force officer and JAG training at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, was assigned to the office of the 355th Fighter Wing, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. At Davis-Monthan, Rodney prosecuted sexual assault, financial crimes, drugs, and DUIs, while providing legal assistance to service members and their families.
In 2014, Rodney was reassigned to the 56th Fighter Wing, Luke Air Force Base, as well as providing operational law support for 612th Air Operations Center and 12th Numbered Air Force in Tucson. Rodney also served in several quasi-judicial roles – as a legal advisor for discharge boards ruling on the admissibility of evidence; and as a preliminary hearing officer where he heard witness testimony and reviewed the government’s evidence to determine if probable cause for the charges existed while providing the commander recommendations on charging and case resolution.
In 2018, Rodney was reassigned to the 354th Fighter Wing, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, where he served as the Acting Deputy Staff Judge Advocate, providing comprehensive legal support to commanders, first sergeants, and organizational leaders responsible for 4,000 personnel. Eielson AFB is home to the F-35A Lightning II and F-16 Fighting Falcon Aggressor Air as well as RED FLAG-Alaska, promoting U.S. interests across the Asia-Pacific region and ensuring the ability to project US airpower in the arctic and Asia-Pacific.
Rodney is currently assigned as the Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) to the Staff Judge Advocate for the 17th Training Wing, Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas where he serves as Acting Staff Judge Advocate. Goodfellow is the home for the Department of Defense Fire Academy and multi-service intelligence technical training. The wing is responsible for training more than 14,000 firefighting and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance warriors annually for the United States Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, other government agencies, and allied nations.
Among his decorations, Rodney was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster, and was recognized as JAG Reservist of the Year for the Pacific Air Forces in 2020 and 2019. Rodney Glassman is a member of the United States Air Force Reserve. Use of Glassman’s military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the US Air Force Reserve or the Department of Defense.

Rodney is a successful attorney, public administrator, and businessman. After moving to Phoenix with his family, Rodney served as Acting Town Manager of Cave Creek, where he led a management and operational transformation which resulted in less government, less bureaucracy, and positioned the town as a more business-friendly community. He also oversaw the merger of municipal courts with the Town of Carefree to create a regional municipal court system, saving taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars annually.
Rodney developed his business law practice at Ryley, Carlock, & Applewhite PLLC, conducting transactional due diligence, advising on legislative strategy, preparing analysis and serving as a legal advisor for privately held businesses, philanthropists, and publicly held corporations. In 2016, Rodney joined Beus Gilbert McGroder PLLC, adding high-stakes commercial litigation to his practice expertise.

While a student at the University of Arizona, Rodney created the Glassman Foundation, a non-profit organization which raised and distributed over $250,000 annually to dozens of non-profit organizations that served children including the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Arizona, Tu Nidito, the Catalina Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus.
Rodney and his wife, Sasha, have co-authored the “Jeremy Jackrabbit” children’s book series and have distributed over 250,000 free children’s books to kindergartners across Arizona.
Currently, Rodney serves as a member of the board of directors for the Honor Health Foundation, Arizona Chapter of the Jewish National Fund, Grand Canyon Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education, as Chair of the Dean’s Circle for the Arizona State University College of Health Solutions, and an appointed member of the State of Arizona’s Military Affairs Commission.

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