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This week's Fair Tax Time will feature 2 special guests, both very knowledgable about the currently popular subject - the Article 5 Convention Of States. This episode promises to be very informative.
Author Brent Morehouse will discuss his book "Bill Of Reform." The book offers the reader a compelling list of the similarities between the 1770s and Today. It shows that if we look to history, the answers for the reform we seek, are laid out before us. As in many applications, history provides answers to many of today's problems, one of which always concerns Fair Tax Time listeners: tax reform.
Yale Wishnick is the Arizona State Director for Fair Tax, andArizona State Director for the Convention Of States.
You should take this opportunity to become informed about an increasingly important subject. When it becomes everyday, mainstream news, informed individuals will help to create informed voters - something this country needs in abundance. Be a leader! Join us on Wednesday at 6PM Pacific, 7PM Mtn, 8PM Central, 9PM Eastern for Fair Tax Time Radio, brought to you Commercial-Free each week by the host, John Wesley Nobles.
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As a special feature show to celebrate the month of Pride, please join Annette Brent as she interviews CEO & Founder of Rainbow Fashion Week - E. Jaguar Beckford. Rainbow Fashion Week is "An Official New York City Pre- Pride Fashion Show Event, bringing you 8 Days of QUeer fashion highlighting the art of fashion with the LGBTQ community in mind. This year it will take place from June 19th to June 26th.
Last year, Rainbow Fashion Week attracted over 25,000 queer and gay friendly attendees and showcased queer designers, photographers, models, make-up artist, stylist ,merchants, retail buyers and thus increased access for Gay Fashion Designers, and other supportive talents to ensure their future inclusion within New York’s creative pool.
Hear about the events that are planned for this year's attendees and something new that has never been done before in the LGBTQ fashion world. Coach Annette Brent and Jaguar will be discussing the debut of Metamorphic Corner, a vision that Jag had last year that has now grown into a collaboration called "Metamorphic Corner". Metamorphic Corner is a convergence of the world of social responsibility and fashion, inspiring people to come away from Rainbow Fashion Week feeling good about themselves on the inside and out. So if you're curious to hear about what Rainbow Fashion Week is all about, how it came into existence and want the 411 on all the upcoming creative and unique themes, runway events, pop-ups, soical topics and more that are coming your way this year be sure to catch this show.
Author Brent Morehouse has been a featured guest on Fair Tax Time before. And for good reason. He always brings a degree of expertise to the show on a number of subjects, including the Tea Party, the Constitution and, in this week's episode, Article Five Conventions.
On the heels of a flurry of activity regarding A5 Conventions, Brent will discuss his book "Bill of Reform." The Bill of Reform offers the reader a compelling list of the similarities between the 1770s and Today. It shows that if we look to history, the answers for the REFORM we seek, are laid out before us. As in many applications, history provides answers to many of today's problems, one of which always concerns Fair Tax Time listeners: tax reform.
Join us as usual, this Wednesday, at 6PM Pacific, 9PM Eastern for a lively discussion. The chat room will be open, and you can join in by signing in. You can listen to the show on the web or by phone: call (619) 393-6478 or, if you're charged for long distance, use our toll-free line (888) 436-1206.
For more information, please visit Fair Tax Time Online or Fair Tax Nation.
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Join me today as I welcome Ifbb Pro Michelle Brent choreographer and protein cookie maker and as always my co host The First Lady Ifbb Gloria Faulls will give a rundown of all the previous and upcoming bodybuilding shows.call in to speak to the guest or hosts and listen in 347-215-6772 or click on the live a tive link . Follow me on Twitter@Mouthandmuscle, on facebook @ The Mouth And The Muscle Show pag
The Canadian Moto Show is on the Air 'Live' at 6:00 pm pacific 9:00 pm eastern and can be found right here http://www.canadianmotoshow.com We have a great show planned this week as it is game on as we are now 2 rounds into the Rockstar Energy Drink Nationals. Royal Distributing KTM's Cole Thompson this weekends MX-1 winner will join us and kick off tonights show. We will also catch up with Kaven Benoit, who got the MX-2 overall in Nanaimo making it a double win for KTM. Mike Alessi makes his return to Canada this weekend in Calgary and will join the show Wedenesday night.
This week we continue our Parts Canada Walton Trans Can amateur National profile with Maple Ridge Motorsports Jacob Piccolo. We will also continue our KTM Canada rider profile with Vancouver Islands Zane Mellafont. We will also do everything we can to continue our 'Lockhart's Locker' segment with Maple Ridge Motorsports Ryan Lockhart. This segment has been a lot of fun so be sure to send us your questions for the man we call the Peoples Favourite. Also Kyle Springman will join in with the show host.
Scott Poniuck from the Popkum Motor Park will join show host Brent Worrall as we get up to speed on some the happenings at Western Canada's premier off road riding faciltiy. The Popkum Motor Park is also home to RD 6 of the Canadian Kawasaki Future West Moto South Series on June 27th & 28th.
We also continue our popular Canadian Moto Show giveaways teamed up with Motocross Pefrormance Magazine, Ryno Power Sports Supplements and 2UNDER so be ready to call in to win when the gate drops on giveaways at 1-347-677-0979. Lets Go Racing.
This week The Saucey One springs into action against his mortal foe Comedian Brent Mukai from The Comicality Project, and Las Vegas' longest running improv show, Jest Serendipity.
Who will be Victorious in the Ultimate Drunken Battle of Super Powered Champions? And who will be banished into The Trivia Abyss of Failure? Tune in this week for all the Radioactive Knowledge we can Heroically Deliver to your Super Powered EarHoles to find out.
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Happy Wednesday and we've got a great segment and topic of discussion in store for you tonight. We're exploring the elements of Minimalist Designs in Ultra Modern and Contemporary Interiors. So exciting, especially with summer very near and we want to feel light, airy, calm and serene! Minimalist Designs do just that because they give us the simplicity, and we can incorporate the use of our summer whites with bright and brilliant accents as well. We show various ways to incorporate them into your kitchen and office designs, and how to achieve the overall Minimalist Ultra Modern look, so stay tuned in with us tonight for this exciting segment.
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On this week's program, hosts Doug Field, Ron Bachman and Brent Macy are live in the studio with special guests from Flex and Healthiest Employers for conversations on consumer-driven health accounts (HSAs, HRAs and FSAs) and the role of wearable devices in workplace wellness programs.
The first guest on the show will be David Lindgren, Senior Manager, Compliance & Public Affairs, Flexible Benefit Service Corporation (Flex). With the ACA weighing on employers’ every health care decision, it is no surprise that they are doing whatever they can to stabilize costs for themselves, while better engaging their employees into the cost-sharing process. The integration of consumer-driven health accounts has rapidly emerged at the workplace as a key strategy to combat rising health care costs. As an advocate in this marketplace, Flex pondered how many employers are offering these plans, how offer rates differ by employer size and, in light of the ACA, what the future holds for their growth or demise. In this segment, David and the hosts will discuss the key findings from a recent survey that collected responses from more than 500 employers of all sizes throughout the U.S.
The second guest on this week's program will be Rod Reasen, Chief Executive Officer of Healthiest Employers. The wearable movement is here. In fact, according to a new survey from Healthiest Employers, 54 percent of employers are looking to purchase wearables in the next twelve months. Yet, only seven percent have a plan to use the data to improve health. In this interview, Rod and the hosts will outline what employers want in an a wearable, the reasons to purchase and how to “connect the dots” between activity and outcomes.
Show time: 8AM-10AM EST
Today "In the Pickle Barrel" we begin with the realization Baby Boomers have caught up with their financial future and for many it's not that good. We will also be looking at what Generation Xers and the Millennials aka Generation Y may expect when they enter the so called Golden Years?
Then we will look at another finacial issue when Brent Gardner—Vice President of Government Affairs at Americans for Prosperity—joins us to discuss the corrupt Export-Import Bank and how it is harming taxpayers. The bank, which provides American taxpayer backed loans and loan guarantees to foreign companies, has a history of questionable deals and conduct, and is up for legal reauthorization.
Join in the discussions in the online chat room or call to discuss the issue live on air at 855-236-2486.
Withrow too late to abstain
Supervisor Terry Withrow is too late to abstain on the vote to support the downtown Modesto community benefit district.
He has already voted by investing $1000 in the NEW CITY CLUB, which is a group that organized and created the community benefit district.
The new city club will have its own boundaries, its own police force, it’s own rules and regulations, and will eventually have access to $1 million a year, in assessments on property owners.
After the district is approved and taxes are collected Withrow’s $1000 contribution will be returned.
Other club members will also have their money returned by taxpayers in the district.
Although the County and the city do not pay taxes on our buildings, they have agreed that they will voluntarily give tax payers money to the new city club.
Public properties will also be allowed to vote for the new city club, giving those in favor of the new city, a 15% head start in the vote.
Property owners are being asked to vote a second ballot because of a “technical error” with the first ballot.
We don’t know what was wrong with the first ballot,, we do know that Chamber of Commerce Pres. Dave Gianelli is making phone calls seeking support for the new city.
Finally, deputy city manager Brent Sinclair was asked for a list of the members of the new city club and their contribution. (INVESTMENTS)
Sinclair claimed that he needed 14 days to provide that information.
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