• 00:52

    The Real Deal on Bipartisanship 11.10.11

    in Politics Progressive

     
    Wayne Bradley Jr. joins CGTalkRadio Thursday’s for “The Forum”. Old school point/counter-point debate meets the next generation of political and community leaders. The Forum features guest host Wayne Bradley, Jr. as he and Brandon discuss national, state and urban public policy.
    Show Topics:
    Are bipartisanship politics truly possible? Redistricting in Michigan: Have conservatives turned Michigan into a red state?  Join us on air, Monday Through Friday here on cgtalkradio,our blogtalk page or call-in at 714.868.0213.

  • 00:58

    American Vernacular Political Hodge Podge

    in Politics Progressive

    American Vernacular is a 60-minute, public affairs problem that discusses the political, economic, social and cultures issues facing our nation from an urban and secular perspective.  Each Monday we feature Political Hodge Podge as we tackle the hot button topics of the day.


    As part of our belief that all people should be heard, AV presents "Everyday People" where we invite someone from the public to be our guest opine on any subject they like, uncensored and unedited. Freedom of speech for all! Musician-turned-journalist Sandra Booker, and affectionately known as "America's favorite angry, black woman" hosts this hard-hitting and no holds barred show. Tune in and join the conversation with the nation. 3:00PM PT, Monday - Friday. Visit us on line at www.americanvernacular.org


    American Vernacular is urban radio for urban people, progressive radio for progressive people and radio for we the people. 


    American Vernacular is produced for the Booker Group. © 2014 All Rights Reserved. 

  • 02:04

    KANSAS COFFEE BAR

    in Politics

    Program Summary: Nov. 17, 2014


    1st Hour: Free Speech Radio News, an ear to the ground, local voices, global stories..


    Segment Notes:


    U.S. House votes on the Keystone XL pipeline; Senate to do same next week
    U.S. & China announce carbon emissions deal;  the non-binding agreement is sparse on specifics
    Mexican president leaves country as news of apparent massacre deepens political crisis
    Suicide attacker poses as student in northeast Nigeria; nearly 50 students killed
    Visual storytelling emerges as a medium to decode Holy Land conflict
    Protestors challenge ban on sharing food in public in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
    Tomas Young: 1979 – 2014


    Counterspin from Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting (fair.org) the weekly audio version of EXTRA magazine.


    Segment Notes: This week on CounterSpin: Bipartisanship and free trade are two of corporate media's favorite things, so when the Washington Post editorial expressed the post-midterm media consensus, "Now that Republicans have gained control of Congress, no policy area is riper for bipartisan action than trade," you can believe they were happy to do it. But should we be happy? And is it even true? We'll hear from Lori Wallach of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch.


    2nd Hour: Former Rep. Bill Otto of the Kansas state legislature, lifelong public school teacher and administrator, will discuss tax codes with attorney-at-law Bob Brookens..

  • 00:59

    American Vernacular: Political Hodge Podge

    in Politics Progressive

    American Vernacular is a 60-minute, public affairs problem that discusses the political, economic, social and cultures issues facing our nation from an urban and secular perspective.  Each Monday we feature Political Hodge Podge as we tackle the hot button topics of the day and every Friday we present the AVWeekly Recap to highlight the important news stories of the week.  AV will also present a variety of personalities from the world of politics, literature, arts and music and much, much more with the return of Music Spoken Here and Life On Stage. As part of our belief that all people should be heard, AV presents our "Everyday People" segment where we invite someone from the public to be our guest opine on any subject they like, uncensored and unedited. Freedom of speech for all! 

    Musician-turned-journalist Sandra Booker, and affectionately known as "America's favorite angry, black woman"  hosts this hard-hitting and no holds barred show. Tune in and join the conversation with the nation at 3:00PM PT, Monday - Friday.

    American Vernacular is urban radio for urban people, progressive radio for progressive people and radio for we the people. 

    Visit us on line at www.americanvernacular.org 

    American Vernacular is produced by The Booker Group. © 2014 All Rights Reserved. 

  • 01:21

    Government Scandals & Bipartisanship

    in Politics

    5/18/2013 Today's topics - Government scandals and bipartisanship.Hosts for today - Gooch and Sully.Join us https://www.facebook.com/thenwowillfailUnete https://www.facebook.com/Illuminati.Resistencia

  • 01:04

    POLITICS WITH NIXON COUNSEL JOHN DEAN & PROFESSOR ROSS K. BAKER

    in Politics

    Politics is the subject of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, November 5, 3 pm ET when Halli welcomes to her table New York Times bestselling author and former Counsel to President Richard M. Nixon, John Dean, and author and one of the premier scholars on the United States Senate, Ross K. Baker.


    John W. Dean served as White House Counsel for United States President Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal, and his Senate testimony led to Nixon’s resignation. In 2006, Dean testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee investigating George W. Bush’s NSA warrantless wiretap program. He is the New York Times bestselling author of BLIND AMBITION, BROKEN GOVERNMENT, CONSERVATIVES WITHOUT CONSCIENCE and WORSE THAN WATERGATE. In his new book THE NIXON DEFENSE, Dean breaks new ground on what President Nixon knew about the Watergate break-in that was his undoing and when he knew it.


    Ross K. Baker is one of the premier scholars on the United States Senate. In his new book IS BIPARTISANSHIP DEAD? A REPORT FROM THE SENATE the Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University gives a sharp assessment of today’s legislative process, gleamed from his on-the-record interviews with a dozen Democrats and Republicans.


    The past, the present, the future of politics in America with two eminent men from the world of politics: John Dean and Ross K. Baker on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Wednesday, November 5, 3 pm ET. Tune in online at Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • 02:01

    4 More Years...Now What. Time for Bipartisanship

    in Elections

     
    So after a hard-fought political season, around 11:13 pm EST, it was almost anti-climatic when President Barack Obama was declared the winner this past Tuesday. Polls fluctuated, debate performances came and went and yet, without any recounts or hanging chads, the campaign was over.   If you were to look or listen to the likes of Neal Boortz or Bill O' Reilly, we are just days away from the Apocalypse. President Obama's "opponents" can't even find it in their hearts to "congratulate" him for a well run campaign and a victory. O'Reilly's somber assessment is there is something wrong with the "majority" who elected him, and there is still nothing wrong with him or his views. But do they truly represent the majority of what is now the "minority" party, also know as the Republican Party.    As President Obama gets back to work, there are people from both parties planning their next moves. How do the Democrats keep up the momentum, they are enjoying? How do the Republicans gain more traction and develop the next wave of young leaders within their party? At the same time, how do they juggle those strategies, while they do what they were elected to do...govern the country?   Coming fresh off of her appearances on BET and Anderson Cooper, Our guest will be young Florida Republican Chelsi Henry. We will talk about what the strategies are that she believes her fellow Republicans will impose, how she believes the Republican controlled house will or will not work with the Obama Administration, and the importance of bipartisanship? The phone lines will be open. 

  • 01:01

    Martin Luther King Legacy

    in Politics

    Today, on The Meter, we discuss the legacy of Martin Luther King. The civil rights leader organized marches throughout his career that led to sweeping reforms in race relations. We will cover the latest in the New Jersey bridge "scandal" involving Gov. Chris Christie and how this may effect his presidential desires. As he midterm elections take shape a voter ID law in Pennsylvania has been struck down by a state judge claiming its an unreasonable burden. In North Carolina a judge has stuck down a law requiring a woman to have an ultrasound before an abortion. Are these cases a threat to democracy? In a seemingly rare moment of bipartisanship the US Congress passed a $1.1 Trillion spending bill that funds the government thought September reversing previous cuts and freezes. Please join the discussion at 10:00 AM. your not is essential. 


     

  • 01:00

    The Trouble with Bipartisanship

    in Politics Conservative

    Tonight's show will feature a post from my blog on bipartisanship. We will look at some of the failures and the reasons for those failures.

  • 01:01

    Bipartisanship and Broadband in State Legislatures

    in Internet

    "If you've got good people of good will on both sides who really want to get something done, you can have really good debates and then you compromise." This philosophy of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, if nothing else, should be the governing rule everywhere for state legislative action on broadband issues. 
    Iowa Democratic State Representative Mary Gaskill and Republican State Senator Mark Chelgren join us to discuss initiatives both legislators are pursuing to help bring better broadband to constituents. In addition, they give listeners valuable lessons for working effectively with elected representatives on both sides of the aisle. 
    Communities planning broadband projects are advised to include tactics for building strong working relationships with elected officials locally and at the statehouse. These relationships can be key to resolving some of the various challenges along the way to broadband deployment.   

  • 01:02

    David Taylor-Klaus: Political Toxicity too??

    in Politics

    Remember his program on Political Toxicity last year? Well, it's back in a whole new way and David is back to remind us that political toxicity is really a form of hiding; hiding from what you ask? David is ready with the answer.  David Taylor-Klaus deliberately approaches the many important roles in his life with intention and attention. He is ... A Husband, Father & Friend. A Coach, Mentor & Speaker. A Serial Entrepreneur, Strategist & Visionary. A Wine Collector, Avid Cyclist & Gold-medal Rower. In every walk of life, he is a lifelong learner. David’s personal and professional worlds clearly reflect a journey in pursuit of excellence, always with a great deal of humor and heart. He is known for his sharp intellect and incisive ability to see what others do not. He balances fierce candor with a warm heart … a style described as “an iron fist in a velvet glove.”

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