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Podcast 179: Unveiling Political Hypocrisies and the Biden Administration’s $40M Fine Against GCU

Currie Myers Unveiling Political Hypocrisies and Stacy Skankey on Biden Administration's $40M Fine Against GCU
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Podcast 179: Unveiling Political Hypocrisies and the Biden Administration's $40M Fine Against GCU

Tune in to Breaking Battlegrounds this week for an eye-opening discussion with Sheriff (Ret) Currie Myers, PhD, MBA, a seasoned law enforcement officer and criminologist. Dr. Myers sheds light on the surge in crime amid anti-police rhetoric, delving into the hypocrisy of politicians who advocate for defunding the police while prioritizing their own safety through private security. Later, hear from Stacy Skankey, Staff Attorney at the Goldwater Institute, as she unravels the mystery behind the Biden Administration‘s staggering $40 million fine against Grand Canyon University. Discover the implications of this fine and the government’s refusal to provide transparent explanations, as Stacy shares insights from the Goldwater Institute’s lawsuit against the Department of Education.

About our guests

Sheriff (Ret) Currie Myers, PhD, MBA has a combined 35 years of professional experience as a law enforcement officer at the local, state, and federal level, and as a criminologist, professor, and executive. Dr. Myers ended his law enforcement career as the sheriff of Johnson County, Kansas which serves a population of more than 600,000 citizens in the Kansas City Metropolitan area and is one of the largest sheriff’s offices in the Midwest. Prior to being sheriff, Dr. Myers was a Kansas State Trooper and a KBI special agent. He is a nationally recognized expert in criminal justice public policy as well as organizational management and leadership and has spoken at more than 1,000 local, state, and national conferences.

Dr. Myers possesses a PhD and an MS in Criminal Justice as well as an MBA and is the president of Sheriff Myers & Associates, a consultancy firm that focuses on business practices, organizational culture, security, and public policy.  In 2019, he started Green Canopy Consulting which is dedicated to security and compliance of businesses. Dr. Myers is on faculty in the Criminology Department as the Professional-in-Residence at Benedictine College, located in Atchison, KS.


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