• 01:01

    Transgender Law, Congress and Obamacare, and AIG Lawsuit

    in News

    Arizona Legislators Propose Outlawing Transgendered From Using ‘Wrong’ Bathroom
    Arizona legislators proposed a law making it a crime for transgendered people who are found to use the “wrong” bathroom. Many see it as a rebuke against the City Council of Phoenix’s passage of a protection law that would broadly outlaw discrimination against the transgendered. We talk with Michael Silverman, Director of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund.
    Members of Congressional Staff Face Their Own Obamacare
    As the Affordable Care Act gradually goes into effect, many companies and organizations are working out how to implement the law. Congress is no exception and an article in POLITICO today illustrates the confusion over how it will impact members of congress and their employees. We talk with Jennifer Haberkorn, Health Care Reporter for POLITICO
    Former AIG Chief Forges Ahead With Lawsuit Over Bailout
    Former American International Group chief Maurice Greenberg is suing the federal government over the AIG bailout. Investor concern over losses in 2008 prompted the government to offer more than $180 billion to keep the company going in exchange for an 80 percent stake in the company. Greenberg contends that the bailout was unconstitutional, unneeded and cost the shareholders billions of dollars in profit. We talk with Bernard Black, Professor, Northwestern University Law School and Kellogg School of Management
    While we have Prof. Black on the phone, we’ll ask him about the Supreme Court decision handed down yesterday saying the state of North Carolina could not seize one-third of a malpractice settlement to reimburse themselves for the Medicaid costs they paid to the plaintiff. 

  • 01:18

    Why A Young Earth - Ken Ham

    in Religion

    Young Earth -- It's Not the Issue by Ken Ham

    Topic: Creation
    Description: Ken Ham rains blow after powerful blow against the root of man-fearing when it comes to interpreting the six-day creation account as being figurative. He quotes numerous Christian sources from mainstream Christianity to show how they have kowtowed to the world by shoving “millions of years” into the scriptures through eisogesis. He points out how no Christian ever believed the world was created in more than six days until the seventeen to eighteen hundreds, when the world told Christianity what they were allowed to believe about the word. However...God gave man dominion over the world…not the word. 

    Please check out our website @Remantxradio.com, follow us on twitter and send me a friend request on facebook!

  • 00:02

    The Global Flood by Ken Ham

    in Religion

     The Word "All" Makes Noahs Flood Global by Ken Ham

    Topic: Noahs Flood
    Description: The Hebrew word “all” clearly indicates that the flood of Noah was a global, rather than a local flood. So why do people believe in a local flood? Because they listen to men more than they do God! Please check out our website @Remnantxradio.com, follow us on twitter and send me a friend request on facebook!

  • 01:24

    The Science of Rioting: A Conversation with Jeremiah Beene

    in Science

    Logicast regular Jeremiah Beene joins us to discuss the Science of Rioting and how Law Enforcement officials might be working with outdated or false information when dealing with this phenomenon. 


    Also on tonight's show: Answers in Genesis got its ass kicked in Kentucky and the Torture Report was released. 


    Logicast is a weekly radio show that airs every Thursday @ 9:00 PM EST. Check us out at www.facebook.com/logicast or follow our channel at www.blogtalkradio.com/logicast and catch up on previous shows.  

  • 01:30

    AIG JIHAD

    in Politics Conservative

    AIG AND TARP MONEY. THE DEMONCRATS WANT YOU TO FOCUS ON 160 MILLION BONUS BUCKS WHILE THEY SEND BILLIONS OVERSEAS NEVER TO RETURN. THE RULE IS AMERICA HAS TOO MUCH. THAT IS WHY DAD AND MOM WORK ON AVERAGE THREE JOBS.

  • 00:37

    Keeping Up with the Growth of Voluntary Employee Benefits

    in Finance

    Over the last 20 years, the availability of voluntary benefits has grown from an anomaly to a strategy for the majority of employers. According Eastbridge Consulting Group, Inc., 54 percent of all employers provided at least one voluntary benefit in 2006. Six years later, that percentage has grown to 77 percent. For Eastbridge, the definition of voluntary benefits only includes life and health benefits where the employee pays 100 percent of the premiums through payroll deduction and there is no direct contribution by the employer. In the 25 years Eastbridge has followed voluntary benefits trends, life and disability insurance remain the first and second most popular products.


    But, people like Mike Zarrillo, Vice President of Voluntary Benefits and Business Development for AIG Benefit Solutions, believe an employer's voluntary benefits strategy can go beyond the Eastbridge classification. Zarrillo sees two other categories gaining in popularity in the workplace: value-added benefits such as legal services and pet, home and auto insurance; and "beyond-value-added benefits" that play on the concept of consumerism at work. He's watched some companies give employees access to home-protection products and even home appliance purchases that the employee buys via payroll deduction.


    So, if you want to learn more about voluntary benefits and how they may manifest in your workplace, join us as we talk with Mike Zarrillo about the changing landscape of employee benefits.

  • 01:00

    Take Action Get Profits - Speak, Present, Communicate & Content Marketing

    in Business

    Take Action Get Profits with Michele Scism and her guest Rachel Parker & Laurie Burton


    A self-described geek who can recite entire episodes of “South Park” by heart, Rachel Parker has had a passion for content ever since she was old enough to hold a crayon (purple, please). Throughout her 15-year marketing career — five of those years spent as a copywriter in one of Houston’s largest advertising agencies — Rachel has helped brands such as Reliant Energy, Hewlett Packard, AIG American General, and SYSCO Foodservice to connect with their customers. Over the years, she’s developed a distinct talent for being able tocommunicate in the voice of the client, often eliciting the comment “You get me, Rachel. You just get me.” http://www.resonancecontent.com


    Laurie Burton is an internationally recognized innovator and author who has helped thousands of people improve their ability to communicate effectively, thereby creating more success in business and in life. The author of, Presenting You, Laurie’s techniques generate dramatic results in an amazingly short time from one-on-one coaching, to seminars, to corporate groups. Promoting the use of each individual’s unique passion, energy and animation, she encourages attendees to her workshops to be comfortable with themselves, creating more effective opportunities to lead, inspire, express, convince and sell! The author of, Presenting You, Laurie’s techniques generate dramatic results in an amazingly short time from one-on-one coaching, to seminars, to corporate groups

  • 01:00

    Jimmy Pomerance: Why Your Presentation Skills Matter

    in Entrepreneur

    Steve Gordon and Dana Reeves welcome Jimmy Pomerance, founder and CEO of Impact Speakers, to the show.


    Jimmy brings over 15 years of experience teaching, training and coaching sales professionals across many industries, and has a great passion for sales, presentation and speaking. Jimmy served as the National Sales Training Director for AIG/Sun America and a Divisional Sales Manager for Sun Life Financial. During those years, he created and instituted several sales training programs for new hires, sales associates and top management.


    Improving your presentation skills is important because the more memorable, impactful, and effective your presentations are, the more both you and your audience will get out of the learning and sharing experience of a meeting, lecture, or workshop (or whatever else your presentation is for). A great presentation can change the world, change your business, or just as importantly, inspire others. 


    Learn more about Jimmy and Impact Speakers at www.ImpactSpeakers.com.

  • 00:59

    GPS Your Career: Bonnie Marcus: Improved Communication

    in Business

    Being able to communicate effectively is crucial for anyone hoping to accelerate their career. Whether that communication involves one on one interactions, board meetings or formal speaking and presentations, your executive presence is determined by all your communications. Today we’re going to take a deep dive into this topic with my guest, Jayne Latz, to understand how we can improve our communication skills, verbal and non verbal, in order to enhance our leadership potential.


    Jayne Latz is CEO of Corporate Speech Solutions, LLC, facilitating both individuals and groups in Fortune 500 companies and small businesses with proven strategies to accelerate communication effectiveness. Corporate Speech Solutions has guided employees and executives from Ernst and Young, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Ltd., The Carlyle Group, Citigroup, Harry Winston, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, AIG, and Mount Sinai Medical Center, to name a few.


    As a licensed Speech Language Pathologist, speech trainer and coach with 25+ years of experience, Jayne Latz launched Corporate Speech Solutions in 2006, customizing speech improvement and accent reduction training programs designed to suit both individuals and groups for business and personal success. Jayne Latz taught at New York University for six years, while mentoring graduate students for twenty years. She is co-author of Talking Business, When English is Your Second Language and Talking Business, A Guide to Professional Communication. She was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal, The TODAY Show, and on air with WILS1320 and NPR. To learn more about Jayne’s services, please visit the company website, www.corporatespeechsolutions.com.

  • 02:00

    Should AIG be allowed to Fail?

    in Politics Progressive

    Edward Liddy, CEO of American International Group, warned a congressional panel Wednesday of "dire consequences" if the bailed-out insurer is allowed to fail.

    Should AIG be allowed to Fail?


    Liddy's warning came in response to questioning by Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D-Penn.), chairman of the Financial Services subcommittee, who asked Liddy if he fully understood the consequences of the decision to pay $165 million in bonuses to AIG executives. lets talk about it tonight....

  • 00:59

    GPS Your Career: Bonnie Marcus: Improved Communication

    in Women

    Being able to communicate effectively is crucial for anyone hoping to accelerate their career. Whether that communication involves one on one interactions, board meetings or formal speaking and presentations, your executive presence is determined by all your communications. Today we’re going to take a deep dive into this topic with my guest, Jayne Latz, to understand how we can improve our communication skills, verbal and non verbal, in order to enhance our leadership potential.


    Jayne Latz is CEO of Corporate Speech Solutions, LLC, facilitating both individuals and groups in Fortune 500 companies and small businesses with proven strategies to accelerate communication effectiveness. Corporate Speech Solutions has guided employees and executives from Ernst and Young, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Ltd., The Carlyle Group, Citigroup, Harry Winston, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, AIG, and Mount Sinai Medical Center, to name a few.


    As a licensed Speech Language Pathologist, speech trainer and coach with 25+ years of experience, Jayne Latz launched Corporate Speech Solutions in 2006, customizing speech improvement and accent reduction training programs designed to suit both individuals and groups for business and personal success. Jayne Latz taught at New York University for six years, while mentoring graduate students for twenty years. She is co-author of Talking Business, When English is Your Second Language and Talking Business, A Guide to Professional Communication. She was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal, The TODAY Show, and on air with WILS1320 and NPR. To learn more about Jayne’s services, please visit the company website, www.corporatespeechsolutions.com.

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