• 02:00

    The Fight For Power: Are Some Politicians Paying Bribes To Win The Election?

    in Women

    It's Election Day and across the country citizens have the power to choose who will make the decisions that control their daily lives. Democrat or Republican? Black or White? Male or Female? Voters must select who they trust to put in authority over them. Some candidates have spent large sums of money to convince voters to support their candidacy. Some may even look at it as bribery. Should you trust a politician who pays for your endorsement? Journalists, activists and candidates analyze the possibilities of the outcomes of today's election

  • 01:13

    Interview with Deb Birge - 12/15/2014

    in Hobbies

    Join us as we welcome back Deb Birge, or Gypsy in the pony community.  You might remember her as one of our FIRST interviews ever on this show.  She has willingly accepted an invite back onto the show.  And no bribery was used.  Join us as we welcome back a pony legend.  I am sorrry I think I may have set the timer wrong on this show.  Hence why it is so short. 


    Also join us for our wacky conversations.


    Please note that we maybe late in starting our topic due to issues beyond our control.  If co-hosts are not yet at their computers or we get distracted please bare with us.  We are not always perfect.  PONY HUGS.


    Also if we continue to be off topic we will change the topic of the show to reflect that.  Also we don't take random callers due to the issues we have had with random people in the chat rooms.  We keep this a family friendly show and want to keep it that way.

  • 02:01

    Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma: the verdict is in. Now its our time!

    in Culture

    UPDATE: The federal bribery & corruption trial of former Choctaw Nation Executive Director, Jason Merida, has been found guilty on all counts but one count. Sentencing will come later. The revelations from the trial has fanned the fire of the numerous similar allegations lasting several years, which had been smoldering since Hollis Roberts conviction in 1997.


    From the activity in the social media, it is apparent this isn't over. Instead, it is a beginning of activism, educating and organizing the Chahta people into bringing about an overhaul of the governmental entity known as the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. The problem is, what will it look like when we are done? Will we be more unified? Or will we be divided into factions? If we as Chahta people want to make a better Nation for our children, then it is our responsibilities to no longer remain silent. Our steps to unity begin at home and community, where we begin developing a consensus of what we need to do to achieve our objective. And we do it ourselves, the real and lasting power to strengthen our nation is our own investment in what we create.


    Bob Burlison, Kalyn Free and Stephen Leflore attended the trial and shared their observations through the social media. Chahta people from around the Nation needed it, but those who do not understad the realities we face living here has been polarized against them.


    This is a very important issue, so please share. Time for the Chahta people to pay close attention as we draw near a critical campaign year.


    United States Attorney Doug Horn in the final statement of his closing argument, turned away from the jury, looked directly at the spectators, pointed his finger and said, "The citizens of the Choctaw Nation are the victims in this case. We have not stopped our investigation nor will we rest. Choctaw people you have a lot of work to do." 

  • 00:31

    Bribery

    in Lifestyle

    We will review the daily news and share our views of the current subjects. We are a mix of people from many different backgrounds and ages. Many times these topics have hilarious results.

  • 00:31

    Stephen J Resnick, Esq., Author of The 45 Stitch Rule

    in Radio

    A riveting crime story always keeps my attention. First time author, Stephen J. Resnick has written The 45 Stitch Rule, a fictional account of events facing members of the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office during a particular week in August of 1974. The book details the good, the bad, and the ugly side of dealing with the victims and perpetrators of crime in Brooklyn. The author also offers a look at the humorous side to criminal proceedings such as The Best Free Night Show In Town also known as Night Court (recall that TV show and you get the idea).The story begins on a Sunday morning, as Assistant District Attorney, Alan Stone, is contacted by an NYPD patrolman seeking help on a problem with a confessed axe murderer. The story follows Stone through the week, as he investigates and prosecutes serious and frivolous crimes, and finds love in an unexpected place. It’s a tough week for ADA Stone and the NYPD and includes plenty of murder and mayhem with a cast of richly drawn characters. The action takes place in Brooklyn but there are sidelines in Bordentown and Hightstown, NJ. The title of the book, The 45 Stitch Rule, had me wondering until the significance was explained. It seems there are many unwritten rules that guide law enforcement in their daily grind of dealing with too many criminals in an overloaded justice system. Think plea bargaining. This book is fiction, but author Stephen J. Resnick definitely has the inside track. He spent many years as a prosecutor in NY and NJ, at county and state levels. He has prosecuted everything from street crime, organized crime, narcotics and such, to bribery, securities fraud, Medicaid fraud and environmental crimes. As a government attorney he has represented sitting judges and prosecutors. After the interview, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live.

  • 02:04

    School Shooting, DHS, Muslim Brotherhood, Political Bribery

    in Politics

    10/22/13 - We will be discussing the Sparks Middle School Shooting and the continuing conditioning of students for active shooter scenarios. Also, the rapid ascension of Mohammed Elibiary within the DHS and his connections with the Muslim Brotherhood. Then finally the bribes the political elite keep receiving and how this will continue to shape the USA.

  • 00:42

    Help Sally to get the MOP/Money Out of Politics

    in Entertainment

    Sally-Alice Thompson will be walking from Albuquerque New Mexico to Sante Fe New Mexico starting on October 13th. She will be leaving the Center for Peace and Justice at 8am.


    Sponsored by ABQ Center for Peace and Justice, Common Cause NM, Central NM Move to Amends and the Veterans for Peace. If you or your group would like to support the walk, or walk any length of the route with her, please call 505-450-1268 or 505-268-5073.

  • 02:01

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Monday, October 20, 2014th broadcast day at 10:00 a.m. EDT with Monday co-hosts John Bailey, publisher and editor of the White Plains CitizeNetReporter and Hezi Aris, publisher and editor of Yonkers Tribune in celebration of foreign ports, people, cuisine, and issues of concern from the other side of the Atlantic.


    International news coverage and analysis with Hezi from 11-11:30 a.m.


    Fordham University Professor Zephyr Teachout, recent Democratic Gubernatorial Primary challenger to incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo, and recently published author of “Corruption In America”, joins the program at 11:30 until its conclusion at 12 Noon. We will delve into to why public financing of elections is a feminist issue; reveal the example of “corruption” of Benjamin Franklin by Louis XVI when Franklin was presented with a diamond encrusted snuff box with an inset of the King’s portrait; reflect over the two centuries during which corruption flourished in the courts while the absence of clear rules governed. It was said to be a time when the voters, civil officers, and election officials were said to have corrupted 50 percent of elected officials, at minimum. When does an implicit promise count as bribery? Learn of Zephyr Teachout’s interest in reducing political corruption – and learn how and if it can come about?


    Engage us in conversation by calling (347) 205-9201 to share your perspective – you are only asked to please stay on topic. Listen live or on demand.


     

  • 02:00

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program "WestchesterOn the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Monday, October 13, 2014th broadcast day at 10:00 a.m., EDT with co-hosts Richard Narog and Hezi Aris celebrating Columbus Day by speaking about their mutually favorite topic, the City of Yonkers. Richard Narog will be on assignment tomorrow, Tuesday, October 14th so is substituting for John Bailey, our Monday co-host, publisher of the White Plains CitizeNetReporter while Bailey is on assignment Monday.Both return to their respective co-hosting days next week. 


    International news coverage and analysis with Hezi from 11:30 a.m.


    Fodham University Professor Zephyr Teachout, recent Democratic Gubernatorial Primary challenger to incumbent Governor Andrew Cumo, and recently published author of "Corruption In America", speaks to why public financing of elections is a feminist issue; reveals the example of "corruption" of Benjamin Franklin by Louis XVI when Franklin was presented with a diamond encrusted snuff box with an inset of the King's portrait; reflects over the two centuries during which corruption flourished in the courts while the absence of clear rules governing voters, civil officers, and election officials were said to have corrupted 50 percent of elected officials, at minimum. When does an implicit promise count as bribery? Learn of Zephyr Teachout's interest in reducing political corruption -  and learn how and if it can it be done?


    Engage us in conversation by calling (347) 205-9201 to share your perspective – you are only asked to please stay on topic. Listen live or on demand.

  • 02:49

    SCANDALS: Sexual Harassment, Watergate, Bribery & More

    in Entertainment

    Today in Headline News on the Brian The Hammer Show:
    -Russell Simmons plans Harriet Tubman Biopic after "Sex Tape" Scandal
    -NSA misrepresented scope of data collection to secret court. - Has the NSA violated the fourth ammendment?
    -San Diego Mayor Bob Filner reaches Mediation Deal - Filner has been in mediation talks on the heels of undergoing intensive two-week behavioral therapy amid multiple allegations that paint him as a serial perpetrator of sexual harassment.
    -President Nixon's Last 'S.O.B. Watergate' tapes released
    -Bo Xilai: Once considered a contender for the top rungs of China's political hierarchy, Bo is now on trial on charges of bribery, embezzlement and abuse of power
    -Hannah Anderson does 1st TV Interview on NBC since kidnapping
    Join us LIVE at 10am pacific - 1pm eastern time - Call in to join us on the air 646-595-3032
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  • 01:08

    Critical Conversations: MH17, Immigration, Truth in Economy & Dirty Politics

    in News

    When you remove the agenda, what do the headlines really mean? 


    Join us for a special edition of the Commdigihour presenting a discussion with Editor in Chief Lisa Ruth talking to Senior Political Editor Jim Picht about some of the most critical issues of the day.


    Ruth, who is also a former CIA officer and an expert on international relations, and Picht, a PhD economist and professor at Louisiana Honors College with extensive experience in international affairs will start with a hard look at what is driving the immigration flood and some creative options for stemming the tide.


    They will also examine two of this week’s top political stories, the allegations of Harry Reid’s involvement in the Utah bribery case and new revelations that GOP legislators worked against Tea Party candidate McDaniels in Mississippi. They will also discuss this week’s statements by Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen on the economy, and explain what it means to America's taxpayers. 

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