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Happy Cinco de Mayo! We're celebrating today!!! Also, Novelist Eric Jerome Dickey talks about his new novel, DECADENCE! And, America's psychologist, Dr. Jeff Gardere talks about how his own painful divorce experience led him to help others through this horribly confusing time with his new divorce app! Every Sunday afternoon, Ro shares news, views, advice, and interviews, as well as motivation, encouragement, and inspiration on different ways to add
Hear Mike Silva discuss the proposed trade of RA Dickey to the Toronto Blue Jays. Hear reports on Jays top prospect Travis d'Arnaud from NY Baseball Talk minor league expert Jed Weisberger. Howard Megdal of Capital NY discusses how the Mets are handling the deal from a PR standpoint. Fans and blogs get their say on trading the popular Dickey.
Welcome everyone to The Real Sports Talk Podcast, brought to you by everyone at therealsportstalk.com. The MLB Hot Stove is heating up, as well as the Bowl Season starting. TRST has you covered on Tonight's show.
TRST Founder Tim Kelly (@KashKelly_TRST) will host, and to begin the show he will be joined by Justin Godsey who will discuss tonight's UFC Action.
Tim and Justin will then play Contender/Pretender discussing which teams in the NFL are serious Superbowl Contenders.
Next Tim will be joined by TRST College Football Analyst Nate Sarmir (@NaterSarms_TRST) to discuss the beginning of the College Bowl Season. To finish out tonight's show TRST MLB Analyst Jack McNeil will join Tim to discuss rumors of R.A. Dickey to Toronto, Josh Hamilton signing with the Halos, and Mike Adams signing with the Phillies.
LOS ANGELES (June 12th, 2014) -Our sincerest apologies as "The Dan Hardy Show" experienced technical difficulties and was unable to bring you the compelling sports talk you're accustomed to last week. The team is back this Thursday stronger than ever with a host a great topics and interviews. Tune in as Dan Hardy brings his South-Jersey style humor and opinions to "The Dan Hardy Show" Thursdays for a thought-provoking hour.
For this week's show:
Join him as he talks baseball during his" Dan's in the Dugout" segment for the week. Listen to Dan's one-on-one interview with Mike Trout arguable the best young player in the game. .
It's the NBA finals and its ALI vs Frazier II. As they say "styles makes fights" Will the best player in the game beat the best team? Join our newest reporter from LA as she provides insight on what each team needs to do to bring home the trophy.
Who is Eldridge Dickey? Find out as Doc Corsey reporter from California enlightens the listeners on the first African American Quarter Back drafted in the 1st round.
Taylor Townsend is an American professional tennis player and the 2012 Australian Open girls' singles champion. She is the first American to hold the No. 1 year-end world ranking for junior girls since Gretchen Rush in 1982. Join Professor Delgreco from Philadelphia as he keeps the listeners abreast on what's next for the young star.
Finally, if you haven't had the pleasure of tuning into the "Dan Hardy Show" after hours, you won't want to miss the funniest gut wrenching ½ hour, when the team comes together and lets it all hang out! This is a half hour of barber shop talk, trivia and good old cutting-up. This all happens from 9:30-10:00pm EST
Throughout the Bush years a dilema between national security and human dignity came to the forefront with the torture (ahem, I mean "enhanced interrogation") issue. Yet, a Senate Intelligence Committee report now seems to suggest that this choice was in fact a false one. How badly did we torture people, what did we gain from it, and how deceitful are the CIA's claims of what really happened? Today we light up the airwaves with this oldy, but goody, bringing you back to the days when terms like "surge" and "shock and awe" were more prevelant in our political discourse than "healthcare" or "immigration."
Yesterday, nineteen innocent victims were directly impacted by the horrific shooting at the Fort Hood military base in Texas, with countless other friends and family members of those victims being indirectly affected. Thus far three have died, and sixteen more are injured, with the extent of injuries yet unknown. Whenever something like this happens, we inevitably can't help but start to tie in all sorts of emotionally charged political hot button issues. Generally guns and mental health/healthcare are the two that are guarenteed to come up from the left, and once again they did here, so we'll examine that. But furthermore, in this particular case we are also dealing with an Iraq vet, so foreign policy, specifically the Iraq war becomes another associated issue. Beyond that, we had the distgusting fascist/theocratic sounding off from the right the instant the shooting became news, with the assumption having been, gee, something bad happened? Must have been one of those anti-American Muslims, let's go slaughter them all!!! So, we'll examine that as well. Over the course of the half hour we will discuss how this shooting gets tied to the issues of
-The Iraq War
The 2010 Citizens United case stands as a historical landmark for wealthy infuelence in the democratic process. Yet, for all the bad such has done to corrupt our system, things can and seemingly will get even worse. Today, a big step was taken towards that world of dystopian campaigns and elections with the SCOTUS ruling in McCutcheon v Federal Election Commission. Here, we will discuss what happened, what it means for the future of our democracy, and if there is yet anything the rest of the 99.99% of us can do to stop this plutocratic madness.
As everyone remains transfixed by the news of the day; be it the missing Malaysian airplane, Putin’s annexation of Crimea, the final day of Obamacare enrollment, or Chris Christie’s being exoneration from having personally shut down the GWM bridge, the world on which we depend continues to change in response to the ways we use it, unaware of any day to day topics its human inhabitants are currently thinking about. The way in which we humans acquire massive amounts of ancient stored energy to power our increasingly sophisticated, modern world ultimately produces gradual detrimental changes to the world in which we live. While this may be a long term problem that is too conceptual for most to care about or grasp the magnitude of, in the long term it is more important to the future prosperity of our species than any short term subject involving healthcare, territorial grabs, or anything else. Today, although it will go completely undetected by most, a vital portion of a crucial report was relapsed to the public pertaining to the one subject anywhere in the news today that will still matter 100, 500, 1,000 years from now. This under the radar news is the release of working section II of the IPCC’s fifth assessment report on climate change. Today, we will talk about what the IPCC is, what this report and this particular section of it is. Beyond that, we will be looking at a most basic, fourth grade level synthesis of what the surface level science of this all is, and what that means on a most basic level for our human future.
As the blockbuster "Noah" debuted in theaters across the country these past few weeks, a hysterical outcry from angry Christian fundamentalists and militiant atheists alike has ensued. The polarization of people into distrusted and detested opposing "enemies" breaks us down not just within the meaningless world of pop culture, but also in the crucial political arena.Seemingly no divisive force drives us further politically apart from unified solution building than differing religious oreintations. Furthermore, seemingly no issue which holds as much potential to do harm to the people of our world, as the human impact on enviornment (and most specifically climate) does, is more shunned by religious conservatives as an issue we need not address because it is some sort of "alternative to religion" promoted by the "secular world."
Today we talk about where the attitudes towards the movie "Noah" eminate from, and what we can learn from them as it pertains to what it will take to gather the poltical will to accept the reality of, and push for solutions to, the most daunting long term problem our world, our species, and it's political entites face.
The gap between the American budget and the price of healthcare has long left a significant portion of the nation without health insurance coverage. For decades, dating back to the days off Harry Truman, politicians bantered about the hope of legislative reform to make healthcare and thus health insurance more affordable and, by extension, more accessible for more people. Yet, the timing was never right, as the political will could not be mustered to get any sort of reform passed into law...until 2009. Despite this being a problem that dates back to the WWII era, it was not until the 2009 healthcare reform that we tried to do something about it. Now that we have this law, and its major component (the subsidized individual insurance market) was implimented in October 2013, we can evaluate how the first insurance enrollment season (October-March) faired. Has "Obamacare" done more good or harm, and what are the good and bad outcomes we've seen? Furthermore, what can be done in addition to or in place of this inagural attempt to fix our age old healthcare problem to more completely and effectively solve the larger, overall problem? Today we will talk about the statistics from this first post-ACA enrollment period, what they mean, and what comes next.
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