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Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" at 8AM EST- 10AM EST as we dedicated the morning to the slugfest to get our country's budget under control. The Conservative Right is trying it's best to get a Balanced Budget Amendment passed. The Liberal Left will hear nothing concerning a balanced budget. I am not sure anyone knows what a Balanced Budget means!
Well,Tuesday, March 24, 2015 is Balanced Budget Day "In the Pickle Barrel". At approximately the 8:30AM mark Congressman Tom Rice (R-SC) will be joining us to give his take on the issue. At the 9AM mark Congressman Renee Ellmers (R-North Carolina) will share her opinion on the issue. Hopefully other invited guess will share Balanced Budget Day with us during our discussions.
Through the discussions we will also look at the Pros and Cons of a Balanced Budget. As always, the online live Chat Room will be open for your comments and questions. Also, you are welcome to call in at 855-236-2486 to share your opinions and questions.
The Federal Budget should be of major concern to every citizen of this country we call The United States of America.
Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, takes on the critical issues of the day and tells you what the rule of law, liberty, and our Constitution has to say about it all. Shane talked about the following issues:
1. Lou Marin and Loren Enns of IAmAmerican.org and the Balanced Budget Amendment Task Force are both advocating a state-initiated Article V Convention to amend the Constitution. What are the advantages and disadvantages? Is it a viable option?
2. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) argues that the Democratic effort to amend the Constitution so Congress can impose limits on political spending by companies is really about “restoring freedom of speech for everyone in America.” What was the original intent of the First Amendment anyways?
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LIVE from our Studio . . It's "Budget For Business" YOUR Financial Solutions Talk Show with Giovanni Wade.
Yeeaaah! That's right we are now LIVE on the RADIO! And I am excited about all the people we will be helping over the next days, weeks, months and years to come. We have this Radio Show (http://BudgetRadio.money) our Business, "Budget for Business, LLC, our Websites (by request), LIvE Conference Calls and YES, LIVE Meetings, Seminars and one-on-one Counseling sessions.
All this and a whole lot more to help you OR someone you know who is struggling with this needed and mandatory tool called MONEY. With Budget for Business, WE will help you get it all together: Credit Repair (possibly FREE!), Budgeting, Money Management, Living, Giving, Saving and Growing Money with our popular 70-10-10-10 Principle. We are set and ready to go! LIVE Radio, Community Outreach, Family Meetings, Church Seminars, Individual consultations, YES! Stay tuned for our first and many, many, many more shows.
in Self Help
Updates and readings from my recently published book - New York Budget Weddings: Elegant and Affordable, including excerpts from my most recent teleseminar= Your Wedding Pathway: Ask the Experts.
This is special time this week because I will be traveling during my regularly scheduled show.
Create your wedding with the assurance that no matter your budget you can have all of your dreams come true. We will discuss the best ways to create that wedding with resources from my book: New York City Budget Weddings: Elegant and Affordable.
Defending the Constitution and Conservative Values
The 1st Amendment of the Constitution is one of the cornerstones of American society. As such, it has always been the subject of debate, contention and support. But as of late, the 1st Amendment has come under increased attack from many fronts. Most notably, from Liberals and those who have pure political agendas that absoulutely oppose anyone who has a philosophy contrary to their own. As part of the continuing Constitution Series, we'll discuss- verbatum- what the 1st Amendment says and the opposition to it in the past and today.
Show time 8AM-10AM EST
Do you know what the 14th really says? Maybe you do, maybe you don't. Get ready for some possible controversial interpretations of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America. Two fellow "experts" in the field of political commentary will be joining me as we talk about the good, the bad and the ugly of the 14th. This discussion will surely be thought provoking. The online chat room will be open and if you want to join the conversation live on air just call 855-236-2486.
Around 9:15AM EST Congressman and ex-Governor of South Carolina will join me as we discuss several important issues. Budget issues, national security issues, like the USA Freedom Act and the recent vote on the National Defense Authorization Act in the House are certainly on my list.
Yep, I have a feeling it just might be an interesting day "In the Pickle Barrel".
In the first hour we talked about Sandra Fluke's statement that that the girls being held captive by Boko Haram should “count themselves lucky” they weren't being held captive by Republicans. We also talked about the effort to remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill and replace him with a woman. In the second hour we talked about the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. What makes a citizen? Is Ted Cruz eligible to be president? Are "anchor babies" legal? Does equal protection under the law apply to same-sex marriage? Let's talk about it and I'll take calls on these topics.
On today's show, I want to focus on two recent statements that make individuals such as myself and probably many of you nervous or even offended when politicians say such things. Surrounded by their supporters and like minded individuals, in recent weeks presumed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and our current president Barack Obama have uttered things that make one wonder if the first amendment even matters to them. I'll talk about what both of them said, as well as some general commentary on abortion, sanctity of life, freedom of religion, and this economy of Barack Obama's today on the show. Listen live at 4:30 PM Eastern, or listen on the archives afterward. Check out the Facebook page and follow the show on Blog Talk as well.
Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino talks about his department's 2015 budget at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 18 on the next episode of Record Talk Radio.
Saudino talks about the savings he anticipates from the decision to fold the County Police into the Sheriff's Office.
He also discusses some of the cuts the freeholders are seeking from him in this year's budget and well as additional funds he is seeking for training
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