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First, Anita MonCrief, best known as the woman who blew the whistle on ACORN and voter fraud.
MonCrief said Obama lost states that require photo identification to vote.
But she said Republicans really lost before election day. MonCrief said falling behind in technology for get-out-the-vote efforts was crucial.
“Our blogosphere, our technology side is great,” she said. “We can’t get that side to work with the establishment side.”
Also tonight -- Steve Adler, founder of rVotes, LLC. Co founded Voter Activation Network, Inc (NGP VAN) and is the original architect of the infamous “VoteBuilder” system, the campaign software that elected Obama.
Adler co-found Voter Activation Network, Inc., with business partner and talented political strategist, Mark Sullivan in 2001. Voter Activation Network, Inc., the foundation of all Democrat campaign efforts in most English speaking countries. Adler sold his half of the company in 2005, and after a 5 year non-compete has rolled out his improved, rVotes, with the hopes to help level the playing field for those being beaten by his former creation.
And, Steve Kuivenhoven of Michigan rVotes and the Michigan's Voice of Freedom Super PAC.
HOLISTIC MARKETING with ANDREA ADLER
Andrea Adler, referred to as the “metaphysical marketer,” pioneered Holistic Marketing in the early 80’s. Her three books on Marketing: PR for The Holistic Healer, Creating an Abundant Practice and The Science of Spiritual Marketing sell worldwide.
In the 80’s Andrea was a highly respected consultant in Silicon Alley (NYC) during the Internet boon and worked with several dot.com companies prior to receiving their IPO’s. She has supported business men and women in every industry from therapists to filmmakers, authors, software developers and CEO’s, turning their business and profit margins around 180 degrees in two hours. Find her at http://www.holisticpr.com
On this show we will primarily be discussing her book “The Science of Spiritual Marketing: Initiation into Magnetism.”
At a speech given at an event organized by Riposte Laïque in the wake of recent events in Calais, France, a lifelong resident of Calais named Simone gives an eloquent and impassioned description of the catastrophic situation in Calais, and the daily horrors that she and other townspeople have to endure at the hands of the “refugees”.
That and more...
People from all over the country are writing condolences to the family of Lavoy Finicum. Who was he, you ask? Tonight I'll tell you and why it matters that you should know of this man and what he died for. And the dirty reason behind the land grab Finicum was trying to stop.
The green flag has been waved, signalling the official start to the 2016 Presidential race. The starting line is in Iowa, where caucuses are underway this evening.
There's plenty to talk about! Be sure to join me at 9p ET as we monitor who the Iowa caucus goers choose to be their GOP and Democract nominees.
All that and much much more!
The noted Foremother and Pagan Elder, Margot Adler, author of "Drawing Down the Moon" considered a watershed in American Neopagan circles, as it provided the first comprehensive look at modern nature-based religions in the US. A journalist, lecturer, Wiccan priestess, radio journalist and correspondent for National Public Radio will discuss her work in the world and her insights into what's ahead for Goddess Advocates and Pagans, how things have changed in the last 15 years, the good and bad of the movement going more mainstream, feminist spirituality and closing of feminist bookstores and the passing of Pagan elders. We'll also go off-topic and discuss the spirit of the times, the interest in vampires. What do powerful Bill Compton and Stefan in the Vampire Diaries have in common and the feminist the environmental thrust in the vampire phenomena.
Tonight we're joined by Elizabeth (Letchworth Chryst) who will give us her take on the New Hampshire primary and what she thinks will come next. Now that Carly Fiorina and Chris Christie have ended their campaigns, the field narrows. Who benefits?
Also, Congress critters on Capitol Hill have been busy at work doing the people's business. And like Ripley, you can believe it or not.