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  • 00:31

    MARSH TAX LACKS SUPPORT

    in News

    Mayor Marsh wants community leaders to put pressure on his city Council to support a ½% sales tax in the next election.


    Marsh claims that 80 to 90% of the tax will be spent on public safety. Surely the pressure on the Council will come from the Modesto Police Union, whose mission is to obtain more money, better benefits, and job protection.


    Given the choice between more money and more officers the unions have historically selected more money.


    Two years ago, former Mayor Carmen Sabatino headed the “NO 0N MEASURE X” campaign and spent $3000.00 to defeat the measure while the Mayor’s supporters spent over $178,000 in a failed attempt to pass the tax.


    Measure X failed because the people got it, they understood that giving seven people on the City Council $26 million a year to spend as they pleased was not a good idea.


    Now he wants only want $14 million and claims it is just for public safety.


    Termed out Councilman Dave Lopez, who has been a cheerleader on the Council and accomplished little else opposes the tax.


    Marsh and Lopez cannot explain what they did with $25 million of federal funds for the neighborhood stabilization program.


    The city received 10% or 2.5 million to administer and supervise the federal money. Then, Mayor Jim Ridenour, claims he didn’t know anything about SCAP and it wasn’t his business how much they paid their executives.


    The newspaper at the time distracted the community with the reports on SCAP, which was really a small part of the larger scandal that forced bee editor Mark Vasche to tell the Bee publisher that he had a conflict and could no longer participate in any meetings to discuss the scandal.


    There are many other examples that lead to the logical conclusion that Marsh should not ask for any more money until he reveals what’s been done with the money they have already been given.

  • 01:30

    Bitchez Brew -Tax Season Bitches

    in Radio

    Bitchez Brew -Tax Season Bitches

  • 01:01

    I Still Believe

    in Christianity

    Sometimes and a lot of times, life can get very hard. We may want to quit. We may want to run from the Lord. But Jesus loves us ! And He is always with us. Psalm 34:18 reads,' The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those crushed in spirit . "  So keep the faith, trust in Jesus, He will carry us into eternity ! Amen !

  • 00:28

    Money and More ... taxes, tax season, and thoughts

    in Entrepreneur

    Wendy Cassera of Taxpectations hosts this show that deals with finances and money for Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Individuals, and Mostly YOU.  Words like Finances, Money, IRS, Taxes and Financial Statements shouldn't create fear.  These things should be used to strengthen and grow your business and your life.  Besides ... where were you when it stopped being fun?  Let's bring the fun back together.  


    Wendy Cassera is an accountant and tax expert with over 25 years experience.  With a Masters of Science in Accounting degree she uses her extensive knowledge to help those struggling with their finances to find simple, easy to use ways to manage and understand their finances and make more money. 


    This Success Place is about you succeeding.  So ... come to where the fun is ... hear tips about taxes, short cuts to bookkeeping, jokes, quotes, and even some really great guest speakers that can help you with your life, your business, and your Success ... whatever that means to YOU.


    Today Wendy is discussing IRS issues, tax thoughts, review 2015 tax season, prepare for next year, and more thoughts.


    www.taxpectations.com // wendy@taxpectations.com

  • 00:15

    DO I STILL QUALIFY FOR #DACA THAT WAS GRANTED 2012; LATES ON IMMIGRATION EXECUTI

    in Legal

    DO I STILL QUALIFY FOR #DACA THAT WAS GRANTED 2012; LATES ON IMMIGRATION EXECUTIVE ORDER INJUNCTION


    #ExtendedDACA & #DAPA are still on hold by the Texas' Federal Judges #injunction. Everyone awaits the results based on the oral arguments at the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on 17th April 2015. The narrow issue that court will decide is whether the #injunction should be lifted.


    Anyone who was in the US on or before the age of 16 (and in the US before 06/15/20107), you are in school/graduated from  high school, you were not yet age 31 on 06/12/2012, you are now 15, & have no major crimes may qualify for #DACA that was granted back in 2012. A child has to be age 15 and meet the above qualifications to apply. A child at any age, under 15, who otherwise meets the above conditions and also in #removal  / #deportation may apply for #DACA that was granted back in 2012.


    Marcus Jarvis, Attorney at Law. 3621 85th Ave. N., Suite 201, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443. 763 425 5447. www.m-jlawltd.com


    Author Marcus Jarvis, Book: A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the US: What you need to know when you come to America. www.a-tbooks.com   

  • 01:00

    RACISM IS STILL VERY MUCH A PROBLEM IN AMERICA

    in Lifestyle

    TONIGHT 9P-Not everyone in America can appreciate how much racism is still very much an issue in this country, one that pervades many aspects of life. As many studies show, white Americans are often cut off from the realities of racism, living within homogeneous social networks and communities. But if you have any doubts about whether racism still exists in America, a real, open, honest conversation, might clear them up. Join the discussion. We want to hear your opinion. Dial 917-889-3926 to comment LIVE. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES.


    We are #TheSocialLab #TMHymanRadio Network. Follow us on Twitter: @TMHymanRadio @MrTMHyman @MadameBoston @VeryHotChoc @SabeJames

  • 00:30

    Branson Benefit Music Performance

    in Religion

    "BE STILL AND KNOW THAT HE IS GOD."


    NAME OF SHOW:   BENEFIT MUSIC PERFORMANCE  


    LEGAL NAME:  "Branson Ozark Mountain Hootenanny."(R).  Produced by, & a subsidiary of:  "Carole Donovan Productions"  a Missouri non-profit humanitarian Org.


    PERORMANCE LOCATION:  Historic Owen Theatre in Down Town Branson, MO. USA
    Dates:  Every Sunday afternoon from 3-5 p.m. beginning May 3rd ~ August 30th.
    For Ticket information, call:  417-


    * 100% NET PROCEEDS FROM TICKET SALES GO TO HEL  VETERANS, HUMANITARIAN PROJECTS & ABANDONED ABUSED PETS/ANIMALS


     FORMAT INCLUDES BOTH GOSPEL AND TRADITIONAL OZARK MOUNTAIN FOLK MUSIC


     AND IS ALSO DEDICATED TOWARD PRESERVING THE AREA'S MUSIC CULTURE, AND  


      DEDICATED TO ONE OF AMERICA'S GREATEST FOLKLORIST & SONGWRITERS:


     THE WORLD RENOUN, JIMMY DRIFTWOOD  ~ Signature Song "Battle of New Orleans,"


     MADE FAMOUS BY NASHVILLE STAR, JOHNNY HORTON. 


      RADIO SHOW GUESTS:     Producer/Director:  Dr. Carole Donovan ~  Producing Benefit Shows since 1988


       and...  BENEFIT SHOW COMMITTEE MEMBERS:


       Promotions & Entertainer: Troy Johanson


       Assistant Promotions & Entertainer: Belinda Johanson


    Disclaimer:   Blogtalkradio has aired my program for over three years and I appreciate that. However, I am not responsible, at any time, for the advertisements on this network.


    Thank you for your understanding, God Bless.

  • 00:25

    NFL Draft: Talking Pittsburgh Steelers with Craig Gottschalk of Still Curtain

    in Sports

    City of Champions Radio returns to the air to discuss the newest members of the Pittsburgh Steelers' organization, as the 2015 NFL Draft has come and gone.


    Host and City of Champions co-editor Matt Gajtka welcomes Craig Gottschalk to the program to talk about the team's hopes for the new talent; Gottschalk is a co-editor for Still Curtain, the FanSided Network's Steelers-only site.


    The guys explore the eight collegiate standouts who will presumably head to Latrobe for training camp in July, with Gottschalk taking a stab at how these players might fit into the Steelers' schemes on both sides of the football.

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  • 01:33

    Learn To Be A Fair Tax Ninja With Paul Hannosh

    in Politics

    YES! Be a Fair Tax Ninja! Learn how to inflict political pain with our special guest, Paul Hannosh (rhymes with Spanish) on Wednesday, April 1. Paul has learned to make politicians pay for their lies and deceit, and his methods make the Samurai look like the nice guys. When we’re finished with them, politicians will want to commit seppuku.


    Fair Tax Time is brought to you commercial free each Wednesday evening, 6PM PT, 9PM ET, courtesy of our host, John Wesley Nobles. You may listen on your computer or on your phone. Dial (619) 393-6478 or, if you’re charged for long distance, use our toll-free line: (888) 436-1206. Just follow instructions when the nice British lady answers.


    Show info: Fair Tax Time Radio, Fair Tax Nation, HR25 Fair Tax Review

  • 01:29

    BLACK people who served time for Crime, still paying the price Today when freed

    in Music

    BLACK people  who served time for Crime, still paying the price Today when freed


    There will never be a revolutionary movement in this country that doesn’t fully unleash and give expression to the sometimes openly expressed, sometimes expressed in partial ways, sometimes expressed in wrong ways, but deeply, deeply felt desire to be rid of these long centuries of oppression [of Black people]. There’s never gonna be a revolution in this country, and there never should be, that doesn’t make that one key foundation of what it’s all about.

    Bob Avakian, Chairman of the 
    Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, 


    A growing number of states are pushing inmates out of prison in early release programs designed to reduce overcrowding and save money. But faced with a tight job market and few employers willing to hire someone with a criminal record, many former inmates are likely to end up right back behind bars.


    Last month, California began releasing prisoners deemed at low risk for re-offending. Colorado, Oregon, Kentucky and Connecticut, all wracked with budgetary issues, have instituted similar moves as a way to cut costs, while others, including Michigan and Mississippi, are considering similar initiatives.