Steven Seagal Jan 30th on The Ruthie Report

Please join Ruthie this week Jan 30th, 2014 8-10 pm CST with this weeks
Steven will join the show at the top of the 9 O’clock hour

Ruthie and Steven will discuss - a run for Governor?
What it is like to work with and be a member of…. the Toughest Sheriff in the Nation ……Sheriff Joe Posse
What he sees with regards to illegal immigration and non enforcement of our laws and what can be done

Steven Frederic Seagal is an American action film star, producer, writer, martial artist, guitarist and reserve deputy sheriff. A 7th/8th black belt in Aikido, Seagal began his adult life as an Aikido instructor in Japan. - complete bio below

SEAGAL: “I think that our biggest problem is open borders,” Seagal said. “I think that across these borders, any kind of terrorism can come, and does come.”
Seagal added that open borders are a tremendous oversight by the current administration.

Actor Steven Seagal considering run for Arizona governor
Arizona’s self-proclaimed “America’s Toughest Sheriff” enlisted the combat services of actor Steven Seagal to train a volunteer posse through a simulated school shooting on Saturday. The event was part of the sheriff’s controversial plan of placing armed volunteers guard Phoenix-area schools.
Seagal has spent years in law enforcement training and has a special interest in border issues. Department officials say he will offer pointers to the staff in a series of seminars this year.
“We could get this type of training elsewhere, but there’s just something special about Mr. Seagal. Just say his name and people take notice. He’s revered by the members of our department,” Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Kelly Jameson told the Los Angeles Times.
Seagal has been involved in law enforcement in Louisiana and Arizona, where he assists Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s civilian force of volunteers to provide police protection at malls during the holidays, direct traffic at wreck scenes and transport suspected undocumented immigrants to jail.



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Long before he became a movie star, actor Steven Seagal taught martial arts and later stunt men how to do their tricks in the movies. Never needing a stunt man of his own in a movie, Seagal is about to embark on a new venture…that of an instructor for a training mission on how to respond to a shooting - specifically a school shooting.
“America’s Toughest Sheriff” Joe Arpaio has enlisted the help of Seagal – a member of his “armed volunteer posse” - to lead the training on how they should respond to a school schooting. The “exercise” will involve six instructors, 40 members of the “posse”, and teens playing the role of students as they focus on the various aspects of managing a shooting scene that include entry tactics and hand to hand tactics. The event will take place at a Fountain Hills school.
Arpaio who is known for his tough stance on crime and what he perceives as threats to America has already set up patrols in area schools in the wake of the shooting in Newton, Connecticut in December. “The mission is to patrol the perimeter of the schools as a prevention measure,” said Arpaio.
An 8th degree dan in Aikido, Seagal is a Sheriff’s deputy in Hudspeth County, New Mexico and is a deputy in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.

Steven Frederic Seagal was born on April 10, 1952 in Lansing, Michigan. He began his martial arts training when he was seven years old and achieved the ranking of 1st degree dan in 1974 at the age of 22 in Japan where he had moved to study martial arts.

An accomplished musician, Seagal has been playing the guitar since he was 12 years old. The blues man has honed his skills to a fine art and over the years has played with blues legends B B King, Bo Diddley, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, and John Lee Hooker. He has released two albums - “Songs from the Crystal Cave” and “Mojo Priest”; he is currently working on a third album.

As a musician, Seagal has had his music appear in “Marked for Death”, “Out for Justice”, “Under Siege 2: Dark Territory”, “The Glimmer Man”, “Fire Down Below”, “Ticker”, and “Into the Sun”.

A producer, director, writer, and actor Seagal has appeared in over three dozen roles including his 1988 film debut in “Above the Law”, “Hard to Kill”, “Marked for Death”, “Out for Justice”, “Under Siege”, “On Deadly Ground”, “Under Siege 2: Dark Territory”, “Executive Decision”, “The GlimmerMan”, “Fire Down Below”, “The Patriot”, “Ticker”, “Into the Sun”, “Submerged”, “Machete”, and “True Justice”.