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  • 01:30

    Early Voting In Texas

    in Politics Conservative

    Early voting for the General Election began this week in Texas.


    Join host, Bobby Keith, along with WTP President, Toby Marie Walker, as we take a look at early voting, and other top news stories of the week.  Our guest this evening will be the Republican candidate for McLennan County District Clerk, Jon Gimble.


    As always, you can be a part of the show by logging into our live chat room, or by calling (200) 646-0248.

  • 00:29

    What is the History of Legal Voting Rights in the United States?

    in Art

    Chicago's Black Business Radio Network


    (All Black! All News! All You!)


    This segment is Art and Social Justice Issues, a combination some listeners might not be aware of. My goal is to connect you to social justice issues throught art.


    On today's show, What is the History of Legal Voting Rights in the United States?, we will be talking about the issues of legal voting rights in the history of the United States.


    Thank you, for listening to Art and Social Justice Issues. I'm Dianna Long and I am about connecting people to social justice issues through art.


    If you would like to sponsor one of our upcoming shows, please contact our show's Executive Producer at cesarquiroz379@gmail.com.


    Dianna C Long, Host of "Art and Social Justice Issues"


    Chicago's Black Business Radio Network


    (http://www.chicagosblackbusinessradionetwork.com/)

  • 00:19

    Register to vote and voting

    in Legal

    Register to vote and voting. Ways a person becomes a United States citizen (USC)


    Four ways to be a USC: Birth in the US, Birth abroad, Derivative citizenship, and Naturalization.


    Naturalization may draw the most complication/litigation. Generally, be a lawful permanent resident for five years; tree year and other exceptions. Be a person good moral character.  Potential waivers: fee waiver, medical waiver, 20/50 rule, and 15/55 rule.   


    To vote in the federal elections, a person has to be a USC and has to be age 18.


    Some states require you to register before Election Day, so that you can vote on Election Day.


    Other states, like Minnesota, allow you to register on Election Day and also vote on Election Day.


    I believe that some litigants are trying to eliminate this same day registration and voting on Election Day in Minnesota. 


    Registering to vote and voting is a free process. Registering to vote and voting is a constitutional right that each United States citizen has.


    The #15Amendment gave African American men the right to vote.


    The #19Amendment gave women the right to vote.


    A violation of either amendment could also trigger violation of the #FifthAmendment and #FourteenthAmendment .


    Marcus Jarvis is an International Business, Immigration, and Criminal Defense Lawyer. He is the author of A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the United States: What you NEED to know when you come to America. Google Marcus Jarvis for his contact. Dial: 1-(763) 425 5447. Visit: www.a-tbooks.com  and www.m-jlawltd.com .Twitter: @wadali1960. Fb: marcus Jarvis. Address: 3621 85th Ave. N., Suite 201, Brooklyn Park, MN 55443

  • 00:43

    ​EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: CHOOSING THE RIGHT TECHNOLOGY TOOLS​

    in Education

    EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: CHOOSING THE RIGHT TECHNOLOGY TOOLS


    Gryphon House  co-authors of  "Digital Decisions"   Fran Simon and Karen Nemeth are our guests

  • 02:01

    Can We Create An Electronic Voting System To Empower All Citizens To Participate In The Election Pro

    in Women

    When Election Day rolls around, most people choose to stay home rather than take advantage of the opportunity to choose the people who create the laws that affect their lives. Why is that? Have people become so skeptical and hopeless that they no longer believe they have the power to choose individuals who will represent their interests? What would happen if we simplified the voting process and made it possible to go online, type in your social security number, and cast your ballot over a 2 week voting period? What if you could go online and rate each elected official, judges included, and also see their rating prior to voting on them? Would that increase voter participation and change election outcomes?

  • 01:03

    Voting “Yes for #42”

    in Self Help

    We have an opportunity to change Mississippi’s blurred history by voting “Yes for #42” on Tuesday November 3, 2015. Voting “Yes” means more funding for our schools, more teachers in the classrooms, building and facilities repairs and purchasing updated technology and more textbooks to enhance our children’s’ future. We need families and individuals to arrive early at their voting precincts on Tuesday November 3, 2015. Please remember to vote “Yes for # 42” to help build a brighter future for our children.  We are inviting you to participate in a live radio broadcasting on Friday October 30, 2015, 3pm from Momma B’s Place (located at 606 West Main Street in Louisville, MS, 662-705-8569). Bring your noisemakers and appetites, as Bertha will be serving lunch. You can listen at 3pm by calling 323-580-5735. We will have sample ballots onsite to serve as a guide. Please share this information with others to promote a better future for the next generation of children. I will see you at Momma B’s Place on Friday October 30, 2015 3pm..

  • 01:31

    Early Voting Special with Congressman Bill Flores

    in Politics Conservative

    Early voting continue in Texas until Friday.  The General Election will be held next Tuesday, November 4.  Will Repblicans gain more seats in the House, and take control of the Senate?  If so, what will be done during the Lame Duck Session of Congress?


    Join host, Bobby Keith, along with WTP President, Toby Marie Walker, as we discuss the possibilities that lie ahead after the election, with our special guest, Congressman Bill Flores.


    Congressman Flores, who is up for re-election, has represented the 17th Congressional District of Texas since 2011.  He curently serves on the Committees of Budget, Natural Resources, and Veteran's Affairs.

  • 01:04

    Texas Biker Radio #115 - Let The Voting Begin

    in Podcasting

    Texas Biker Radio #115 With Mel Moss & Mel Robins of SOLR RC 


    On Today Show -  Let The Voting Begin - Lets Get Ready To Rumble!!! Do No Harm - IOWA (Idiots Out Wondering Around)  Caucus - Colorado Shooting -  Willie Tompkins - Biker Attack Police "Realy" - National Council of Clubs - Socialist Everywhere The Rise Of Bernie - All That BS & More On Texas Biker Radio.


     


    Show Time 8:30PM CST


    02/01/16


     

  • 01:31

    Local and State Politics-Voting Matters

    in Current Events

    Voting. A word defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary as “an expression of opinion or preference.” A concept well known by all Americans, as it should, considering our many things about this country are decided by elections. President, judges, mayors and governors are all voted upon by the general population; and if not, they are decided by elected officials Join The Smoking Glass Hour tonight as we make a final push encouraging voters to go and let their voice be heard on Saturday November 21 2015

  • 02:18

    TWO GROUPS OF ADVENTISTS/EARLY WRITINGS

    in Christianity

    TWO GROUPS OF ADVENTISTS AT FIRST ONLY A FEW WERE IDENTIFIED WITH THIS GROUP WHO WERE MOVING FORWARD IN ADVANCING LIGHT. BY THE YEAR 1846 THEY RECKONED THEIR NUMBERS AS ABOUT FIFTY. THE LARGER GROUP WHO TURNED FROM CONFIDENCE IN THE FULFILLMENT OF PROPHECY IN 1844 NUMBERED APPROXIMATELY THIRTY THOUSAND. THEIR LEADERS CAME TOGETHER IN 1845 IN A CONFERENCE IN ALBANY, NEW YORK, APRIL Early Writings Of Ellen G. White 8 29 TO MAY 1, AT WHICH TIME THEY RESTUDIED THEIR POSITIONS. BY FORMAL ACTION THEY WENT ON RECORD AS WARNING AGAINST THOSE WHO CLAIM “SPECIAL ILLUMINATION,” THOSE WHO TEACH “JEWISH FABLES,” AND THOSE WHO ESTABLISH “NEW TESTS” (ADVENT HERALD, MAY 14, 1845). THUS THEY CLOSED THE DOOR TO LIGHT ON THE SABBATH AND THE SPIRIT OF PROPHECY. THEY WERE CONFIDENT THAT PROPHECY HAD NOT BEEN FULFILLED IN 1844, AND SOME SET TIME FOR THE TERMINATION OF THE 2300-DAY PERIOD IN THE FUTURE. VARIOUS TIMES WERE SET, BUT ONE AFTER ANOTHER THEY PASSED BY. THESE PEOPLE, HELD TOGETHER BY THE COHESIVE ELEMENT OF THE ADVENT HOPE, AT FIRST ALIGNED THEMSELVES IN SEVERAL RATHER LOOSELY KNIT GROUPS WITH CONSIDERABLE VARIATION IN CERTAIN DOCTRINAL POSITIONS. SOME OF THESE GROUPS SOON FADED OUT. THE GROUP THAT SURVIVED BECAME THE ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. SUCH ARE IDENTIFIED IN THIS BOOK AS THE “FIRST DAY ADVENTISTS” OR “NOMINAL ADVENTISTS.” DAWN OF THE LIGHT ON 

  • 01:00

    Grassfire Report - Last GOP Debate Before Voting Starts

    in Politics Conservative

    Tonight is the last GOP debate before the voting starts.  Iowa starts this free for all in a few days.  The debate tonight on paper seemed like the perfect kick off into the first elections in Iowa as it is a FOX News debate. Fox News has traditionally been soft on Republicans and it seemed to be a perfect launching pad into the elections later this week. But this as been a season like no other thanks to Donald Trump. Trump this week has decided he will skip tonight's debate due to his ongoing fued with Fox News. He will instead hold a fundraiser for wounded vets to air on a rival station in Iowa. 


    Not possible not to talk about this today but there is a great deal more going on. Tune in to Grassfire Report! for all the news and information you need!

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