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Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel discusses Los Angeles city budget and finance issues, problems and concerns, audits of city government offices, and how her office works to monitor city spending. Greuel tells what measures her office is taking to insure taxpayer dollars are used efficiently and effectively by city agencies. This is especially crucial given the city’s continuing financial and budget shortfalls.
Discussing how to truly free ourselves from what controls us and keeps us in hidden bondage.
The Little Book of Energy Medicine with Donna Eden and Dondi Dahlin.
I Believe: When What You Believe Matters by New York Times best selling author Eldon Taylor. Host(s): Dr. Pat Baccili Guest: Eldon Taylor Station(s): KKNW_plus_Syndicated_Channels, WBLQ, Transformation_Talk_Radio Eldon Taylor fully reveals the extent to which our inner controller dictates success or failure in every aspect of our lives. This discovery is so powerful that not to know it is almost a certain path to failure. The strength of this solution is lite...View Host Page »
Travelers around the country are seeing thousands of flight delays, many up to 2 hours, the result of furloughs the Federal Aviation Administration started earlier this week following sequestration cuts which went into effect last month. The FAA, like many other agencies, are requiring their 47,000 employees - including 13,000 air-traffic controllers – to take extra unpaid days off, one day for every two weeks in this case.
In addition to the inconvenience for travelers, per the Passenger Rights Act passed in 2011, airlines are expected to compensate them for delays and time spent on the tarmac. Airlines, as a result, are calling on the government to fix the furlough issue or, at least, give them exceptions while furloughs are in effect.
It’s one of the first obvious effects sequestration is having on the general population, but if you are expecting Washington to do anything about it, don’t hold your breath. Rather both parties are pointing fingers at each other.
Senator Pat Toomey argued the FAA could cut from less important areas. House Appropriations Committee Chairman Harold Rogers accused the administration of mishandling the situation.
Democrats counter Republicans could have avoided the situation and only they now have the power to abate the impact. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Congress botched the job and the FAA had no choice but to cut back in labor costs to absorb the sequestration cuts.
One thing everyone seems to agree on is that it will only get worse as we head into the summer travel season if no action is taken.
We talk to Jim Marinitti, an Air Traffic Controller at Miami International Airport and Bob King, Energy & Transportation Editor for POLITICO.
The we talk internet sales tax with Tracy Gordon, Fellow for Economic Studies at The Brookings Institution.
Ron Siegel discusses:
Key Players in the Home Buying Process
Senate’s decision to block Gun Control Legislation
Furloughs of the Air Traffic Controller
Existing Home Sales Report
Recent Home Price Gains
2 Batch of Foreclosure Review Checks
Ron Siegel, consumer advocate and mortgage lender, discusses anything that affects the roof over your head, your bank account or other items that will benefit you / your family.
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Prof Rodney G Roberson is a Sr Emergency Management Consultant and Trainer with Readiness and Emergency Management 4, aka, REM4. Prof Roberson has been active in the Emergency Management Industry for 30 years. As luck will have it, his MOS or military job translates to Emergency Management in the civilian job market. Following his retirement from the Marines, he continued his Emergency Management career development. He earned his Master’s degree in Emergency and Disaster Management in 2007. During the past 10 years, Prof Roberson has provided a variety of emergency management contract support to DoD, FEMA, DHS, State and Local agencies. He is serving or has served in the following capacities: * Currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland University College * Sr Emergency Management Analyst with IEM, Inc. * Advisor to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for the Elimination of Chemical Weapons, Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) * Subject Matter Expert to the Joint Program Executive Officer for Chemical-Biological Defense, Army Emergency First Responder Program * WMD Awareness Instructor * Incident Command System (ICS) Instructor * Exercise Controller * Exercise Evaluator Certifications: ICS Train-the-Trainer Homeland Security and Exercise Evaluation Program (HSEEP) Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP) Military Emergency Management Specialist (MEMS) Web sites for more info: www.rem4.net www.rem4ed.com
BIGDAWG MUSIC RADIO PRESENTS “Today In News, SUNDAY MORNING FUN HOUSE”, 9:30am ET (6:30am Pacific)
The show will begin on a serious note with our special guest, Air Force Tech Sergeant Shannan Basler Brown, who served as an air traffic controller in Afghanistan. You’ll hear her stories about meeting many Presidents and other famous dignitaries and what it's really like to be a woman serving in the United States Air Force.
The Sunday Morning Fun House will be an exciting half hour that will start your week off RIGHT! Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.
Jimmy Jay: Host of the Rewind Show and is known as the "DJ of the Stars". Jimmy says "It's a Very Long Story...go to RewindShow.com and PartyMaker.com to learn a little...one thing for sure is I have a Rockin' Wife!"
This show can also be heard at www.bigdawgmusicradio.com
Captain Robert Salas~US Airforce Officer/Teacher/Author Captain Robert L. Salas graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy and spent seven years in active duty from 1964 to 1971. He also held positions at Martin Marietta and Rockwell and spent 21 years at the FAA. In the Air Force, he was an air traffic controller and a missile launch officer as well as an engineer on the Titan 3 missiles.
"The UFO incident happened on the morning of March 16, 1967. I was on duty along with my commander Fred Mywald. We were both on duty at Oscar Flight as part of the 490th strategic missile squad and there are five launch control facilities assigned to that particular squadron. It was still dark out and we were sixty feet underground [at the ICBM launch control facility]..."
Dr Julie Helmrich, famous Shrink'n'Drink psychologist from Milwaukee, answered these questions: 1) can't get going, overwhelmed with little things, 2) problems with being involved with older men, 3) how to get over fear that everyone will leave you, 4) how to end conversation with convo controller, 5) boyfriend needs more confidence in bed.
This episode features an interview with Kenneth Vogt, as he discusses life sustaining entrepreneurship, and how to find clarity in your business.
To learn more, and to get a free report "How to Get Clarity and Hold On To it", visit www.veraclaritas.com
Kenneth Vogt is a man who has "been there, done that". He had a stodgy title at a traditional company (controller for a manufacturer), a sexy title at a splashy company (Principal Solutions Architect for a fabulously successful dot com), but mostly he has been an entrepreneur for over 30 years. Kenneth created one of the first e-commerce web sites for a Fortune 500 company way back in 1997 and he has rode the internet ever since. Having worked in entrepreneurial enterprises large and small, he is uniquely qualified to provide clarity about what it takes to create, run and even recreate life-sustaining businesses.
Kenneth has lived and worked all over the US, Europe, and most recently Mexico, where he currently resides with his family. He speaks several languages poorly (Spanish, Hindi, Punjabi) and English quite well.
Ignacio Huergo, MBA, CPA, of The Tax Firm, LLC, earned a Bachelors degree in Accounting from Florida International University in 1992 and a Master of Business Administration from Barry University in 1995. Additionally, he attained his certification as CPA after having met all the requirements for qualification as Certified Public Accountant for the State of Florida. Ignacio's experiences include over 10 years as senior accountant, internal financial auditor and controller for v