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Please tune in as Rachel Marie, Eamon Donahue, and Mark Ortega interview Kesha Rogers. Kesha Rogers is in a run-off for U.S. Senate (Texas) for the Democratic Party.
Elsie Jacobs discusses last night's (4.22.14) political forum in Suitland held by the Suitland Action Team. Economic development, public education, and public safety were the key issues. Gansler's people show up; Brown nor proxy appeared. C. Anthony Muse, Bobby Henry, Aisha Braveboy. 24th and 25th districts were covered as it relates to Maryland Primary on June 24, 2014. Prince George's County is the largest black demographic in Maryland and is key to any Democratic winner.
Keith and Naomi will discuss the Supreme Court's 6-2 ruling upholding Michigan's ban on race-based Affirmative Action in college admissions. They will also discuss a NYT poll of four Southern states showing Democratic Senate candidates with decent numbers and also showing that two Democratic Governors in the South who accepted the Medicaid expansion are very popular.
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Dr. Oren Levin-Waldman, professor of public policy in the School for Public Affairs at Metropolitan College of New York is the author of several books on wage policy; works such as Wage Policy, Income Distribution and Democratic Theory (http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415779715/#reviews, will open the "featured" BlogTalkRadio platform program "WestchesterOn the Level with Narog and Aris" this Wednesday, April 22, 2014 at 10 a.m. He will focus on "The Low-Wage Labor market and the failure of Management". The second hour finds us in review of national and international concerns. Call the show at (347) 205-9201 to share your perspective; if you use Skype: use the contact “eHezi18″ during the “live” broadcast, or listen on demand.
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Episode 37 – 04/23/2014 – Zoo Schools with Dr. Mark Wilson
Bureau of Land Management for trying to take more land in Texas;
The importance of land and ranches for natural grazing and animal management;
Zoo schools and good careers in animal management;
Conservation, integration and extension of species and why it is important;
Common misconceptions about zoos and animal management;
Resources and organizations to help people learn more about careers in animals.
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Detroit U.S.A.: Once the most prosperous city in America. With a booming manufacturing sector and cultural magnetism, the city had bright horizons after World War II. But as the 1960′s rolled in, the marriage of Big Business and Big Government overtook Detroit.
Big Business and Big Government overtook Detroit. The central planners in government needed the powerful corporations, and the powerful corporations came to depend on the bureaucracy, too. The marriage worked well for the politicians and for their corporate cronies, but Detroit itself entered a decades-long decline. America watched as Detroit slowly bled people, jobs and revenue. Politicians tried spending money. They tried raising taxes. The more they taxed and spent, the faster the city declined.
Detroit still had its “Big Three” auto manufacturers, until two of its crown jewels, General Motors and Chrysler, imploded in 2008 under the weight of reckless and subsidized mismanagement.
Instead of allowing market forces to rebuild Detroit and the auto industry, the United States handed billions of dollars to General Motors and Chrysler.
Five years later, the city of Detroit is bankrupt and almost $20 billion dollars in debt. Meanwhile, General Motors has a cash balance of over $20 billion, still owes the taxpayers over $10 billion dollars that outgoing CEO Dan Akerson said will not be paid, and the company continues to benefit from an unprecedented $18 billion tax gift from the bankruptcy. TONIGHT HERE IT ALL.
Today's show will look at a little news of the day from the intelligence community to the bundy ranch to, once again, the philosophical underpinnings of this nation. Feel free to call in and share your take on things.
Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.
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Karen Marr is your Charleston’s Historic and Paranormal Resource Before I became a Historic Tour Guide , I had a booth in Charleston’s Historic , Old Slave Market from 1995 thru 2008 . I made hand wrapped copper jewelry with semi precious stones , shell & pearl , and fossilized sharks teeth . Have been custom making jewelry for about 25 years. During my time at the market , after setting out a display of my custom jewelry , I would study for the licensing test to become an Official Historic Tour Guide in Charleston City . After passing the written test , I took the oral exam to become a Ghost Guide . Ghost Guides have to study extra for their tour info is extra curricular . Join me , as I give you a Tour you will never forget .These are several of the tours I give : Haunted Pub Tours , Jail Paranormal Investigations , Darkside , Ghost & Graveyard , Ghost and Dungeon , and Haunted Jail . My Special Guest tonight on Lowcountry Haunts is Sean Pike . Sean Pike is currently A jail guide with Bulldog Tours after working during the day at the Citadel. He is a former police officer that rode horseback and had the beat around the jail, before tours were given. He came to being a jail guide after taking part as a contest winner in an Episode of Ghost Hunters and has been a guide with the jail ever since. Sean is from an old Charleston family and he even has a distant relative that had served at the jail during the Civil War as a medical officer. Currently he has had a women that has taken a liking to him. The building has its own way of welcoming a tour guide, the spirits will come.
Join us for an in depth discussion with special guest:
Steven G. Feifer, D. Ed., NCSP, ABSNP is an internationally renowned speaker and author in the field of learning disabilities, and has authored six books on learning and emotional disorders in children. He has 19 years of experience as a school psychologist, and was voted the Maryland School Psychologist of the Year in 2008, and awarded the 2009 National School Psychologist of the Year. He is also a diplomate in school neuropsychology, and a faculty instructor in the ABSNP school neuropsychology training program. Dr. Feifer currently works in private practice at both the Monocacy Neurodevelopmental Center in Frederick, MD, and Counseling and Treatment Associates in Bethesda, MD. He has authored two tests on diagnosing learning disabilities in children, both of which are slotted to be released in 2015.