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Mercedes AMG Petronas is at the top of the Constructors for the Formula One World Championship. Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton helped get them there with his second straight win Sunday, at the Formula One Grand Prix in Bahrain. Hamilton's brilliant calculations were instrumental in fending off his greatest challenger, teammate Nico Rosberg. Roberg had fresh tires and the Drag Reduction System (DRS) option. Hamilton had to keep him close enough to prevent the use of the DRS, while racing on tires that were in need of a change. Fans have said, "it was the most exciting race they have seen in a long time." After three races, Nico Rosberg is in the lead with points after winning one race and two second place podiums. Lewis Hamilton is second in scoring points after winning two races, and missing points for the first race, due to car trouble. While it is still early in the season, fans are asking "where in the world is Red Bull and Ferrari"?
Sergio Perez with Sahara Force India came in third, after a very impressive drive. And not to be over-looked, is the ever dependable Williams-Martini driver, Valtteri Bottas, who continues to score points for the Williams team.
Next race, China
Finian Cunningham of Global Research will be with me tonight to speak to me about Bahrain and their failed Arab Spring. With US help, the Kingdom continues to suppress their Democracy movement. The US Fifth Fleet has their home port there. Another question we'll discuss: Is Democracy Coming to the U.S.A.
A recap of todays race
Coming off of a spectacular win in Malaysia and Bahrain, pole sitter and 2008 Formula One World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, won his third consecutive Grand Prix race of the season. The race was a historic accomplishment for Hamilton, who had never won three races consecutively. He is now tied with the great Nikki Lauder, one of his mentors at Mercedes AMG. The Mercedes team must be dancing on their toes with three wins by Lewis Hamilton, and one by Nico Rosberg, which put them ahead in the constructor series.
Some have declared this to be the year of a Hamilton/Mercedes championship feast. They may be right but there are many more races ahead and many more drivers who are, hungry enough to force their way to the table, including his teammate Nico Rosberg.
The Grand Prix China marked the third time; both drivers were on the podium together with a 1-2 smack down. The brilliant and humble Lewis Hamilton is poised to continue his reign at the Spanish Grand Prix. If the Mercedes car continues to be superior to its competitors, there is no reason why Hamilton cannot achieve a fourth consecutive win.
At the end of the day, it will be pure speed, tire care, intelligence and ability, that will win the championship, and Lewis Hamilton can do it all.
For the next 3-weeks he and his team, should be on a beach sipping fruit juice and soaking up the sun.
The third interview with Finian Cunningham about Bahrain and the Pro-Democracy movement. This is a very telling account that actually wshgows how American foriegn policy is working against our best interests. The media reports that "Bahrain is returning to normalcy" is hogwash. Military actions against the people and torture and detentions of "dissidents" proves otherwise. Finian Cunninham reporting from the Bahraini Capitol Manama, is a real eye-opener. Listening to this w
Finian Cunninham is a journalist from Bahrain. Here is his latest interview to give us the scoop about what's really happening in that nation.
The original podcast of April 22 on the subject of Bahrain with Finian Cunningham was corrupted. I taped the show and have reposted it. Sorry for the inconvenience, but the interview and the information coming out of Bahrain is very telling and suggests that the United States is supporting a murderous Monarchy with the help of its ally Saudi Arabia, even while it claims that they are involved in the civil war in Libya for "humanitarian" reasons. Listen to this interview with a journa
Saudi Arabia and Iran may be butting heads over the troubles in Bahrain. Meanwhile a look back to Google news search results about Japan BEFORE the earthquake and meltdown took over the headlines.
An interview on Talent management, reward strategies and rewards with Roger Knight, Director of Human Resources and Training at American Mission Hospital Bahrain. He will be speaking at IQPC's HR in Healthcare Forum, Bahrain from 17 - 20 October 2010
In Today's Brett Winterble Show the latest in the Democracy movement from Bahrain, also what is Operation Gunwalker and why is it killing our agents, finally your tax dollars in USAID paying for sex trafficking. A Jam packed hour! 888 567 7287 to weigh in!
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License plate readers, WiFi Tracking, Red Light Cameras, DUI Checkpoints. With the massive data mining recently revealed through NSA leaks, Consumer groups, the US ''apparatus of oppression'' becomes clearer to see. What does this say about IRS targeting and Occupy assassination discussions? What kind of country has America become?
We will talk about a reality check for LOPD, a fan's red light camera experience and police presence at the Lake.
PLUS: What role has the media played in aiding and abetting these criminal overreaches of our Constitutional rights? What can a local political kickback scandal tell us about our own local media and the interests they serve?
We will talk Lake Sun, Joyce Miller, Franken's appearance Monday on KRMS and the software scandal.
ALSO: Why do events in Egypt matter? The Muslim Brotherhood is calling the current government ''illegitimate" important? What does it tell us about the US's recent past and Egypt's future?
We will talk Fox News, Blackwater and Bahrain.
All this, and the latest entry into the Franken File: 'Facts, Lies and Audiotapes'. What prompted 2nd District Commissioner Cliff Luber to buy a digital recorder? Kris Franken's history as Presiding Commissioner gives us the answer.
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