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Join Dr. Gwyneth and Kyle Colbert, son of Dr. Don Colbert as they discuss living at an optimal level of health and wellness. Learn how to look, feel, and be the best you can be.
Aimee Colbert teaches from her book "The Irreplaceable Woman" available on Amazon and upcoming book "Little Sister". For more info on Aimee Colbert visit her online at www.thatssotrueithinksotoo.com www.twitter.com/aimeetweets4u http://www.facebook.com/#!/Dr.AimeeColbert
It's a nail-biter in the race for South Carolina's open Congressional seat in the 1st District. While many believe former Governor Mark Sanford is poised to win his old seat in Congress, most seem to agree Elizabeth Colbert-Busch could still pull out a victory if her "ground game" is solid and she managed to pull out more of her supporters to vote today.
We get more from Kendra Smith, a political science professor at the College of Charleston. We also talk to several voters to find out who they voted for, why they voted that way and what they want from the district's next representative. Then we'll talk to John Steinbegger, vice chair of the Charleston County Republican Party about why he's confident Sanford will prove victorious. We also visit the studio of ABC 4, the local ABC news affiliate and talk to Sam Tyson about the reports they are getting from the ground and why Elizabeth Colbert-Busch's name is on the same ballot multiple times.
Is being a hypocrite a winning formula for Republicans? Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, Republican Wins 1st District Congressional Seat for the State of South Carolina recently defeated business women Elizabeth Colbert Busch. Join me in a discussion on how this could have happen! that such a flawed candidate like Mark Sanford was still able to win...
Chapter 1: South Carolina Special Election Results
Robert Behre, Political Reporter for The Charleston Post and Courier and writer for their Political Briefing blog
Chapter 2: Gov. Chris Christie Tackles Weight Issue with Elective Surgery
Paul Mulshine, Columnist for the New Jersey Start-Ledger
Chapter 3: Hearings on Benghazi Elicits New Evidence and Testy Exchanges
Katie Glueck, reporter for POLITICO
Chapter 3: South Carolina Special Election (Cont’d)
Ty Thomas, Colbert-Busch Supporter Christie Fisher, Colbert-Busch Supporter Laurie Turner, Sanford Supporter Joe Bustos, Chairman, Charleston County Republican Committee
I think every person has their superficial reasons. But in the end, we can blame no one but ourselves!
Due Diligence is reporting live from Charleston South Carolina, the center of the activity surrounding the race for state's First Congressional District. National attention has focused on this race for Congress that pits a scandalous ex-governor against the sister of comedian Stephen Colbert. The latest polling suggests it’s still anyone’s victory as Republicans rally to try to keep the seat and Democrats are tempted by an off-year pickup.
We talk to Republican nominee Mark Sanford, State Democratic Party chairman Jaime Harrison, Charleston County Republican Party Chairman Joe Bustos, South Carolina Congressman Jim Clyburn, Texas Congressman Jaoquin Castro and some constituents.
Chaprter 1: Unemployment Down but Economy Still Struggling
Unemployment hit a four-year low today when the U.S. Labor Department released its latest jobs report, showing a drop from 7.6 to 7.5 percent after the economy added an estimated 165,000 jobs in April. The DoL also raised the estimate for March to 138,000 new jobs from the dismal 88,000 originally reported. We speak with Tony Yezer, an economics professor at George Washington University.
Chapter 2: Close Race Between Sanford and Colbert-Busch
Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford and businesswoman Elizabeth Colbert-Busch have entered the final stretch in the state’s race for the first congressional district seat with each campaign pushing voters to turn out in Tuesday’s special election. The two met in a head-to-head televised debate this past Monday where both candidates ferociously and often humorously attacking each other. We speak with Corey Hutchins, a Slate contributor and a reporter with the Columbia Free Times in Columbia, S.C., to discuss the story.
Chapter 3: Washington No Place for Obama's Focus on the Rational
President Obama is often considered stately, articulate and practical. His demeanor has been the fodder for much speculation about his real personality, how much of the true Obama we really see and even where his political positions truly lie. Georgetown University professor Stephen J. Wayne argues in polarized Washington, the president’s tendency for purely rational arguments, his avoidance of socializing with other politicians and his default for negotiation have both hurt and helped his presidency and his policy goals. We speak with Wayne, who is an expert on the American Presidency and author of – among other books – “Obama For and Against Himself: The Legislative Presidency and Presidential Leadership,” to discuss Obama’s political tendencies.
“Some guy came up to me the other day, and he said, ‘You look a lot like Lazarus,’ ” Sanford said in his victory speech here.“I am an imperfect man, saved by God’s grace, and one who has a conviction of the importance of doing something about spending in Washington, D.C.,” he added. “I am going to try to be the best congressman I could have ever been.” Mark Stanford the disgraced former governor in his victory over Elizabeth Colbert Busch
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