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Tune into The Drop Night Show Tuesday October 7th, 2014 at 9:00pm EST as we interview Julian Mitchell Editorial Director for REVOLT. Julian Mitchell is an award-winning Content Creator and Digital Strategist, currently serving as the Creative Director for Quantasy, an LA-based digital advertising agency. In this role, Julian spearheads campaigns and content for brands such as Google, Wells Fargo, American Honda Motors, and EdisonLearning. Mitchell also served as Social Media Director for REVOLT Media & TV, working closely alongside Sean "Diddy" Combs to launch his new 24/7 music network. Julian became Editorial Director for REVOLT, where he now continues writing compelling think-pieces and news stories as a Editor At-Large.
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Bill Samuels of the New Roosevelt talks about the July 23rd New York Times editorial on the Moreland Commission
Ms. Verna V. Nickelberry, mother of two sons and the grandmother of two little boys, Zion Truth Oliver and Israel Jadon Oliver, is a graduate of Northside High School and LeMoyne-Owen College located in Memphis, TN. Ms Nickelberry has completed classes toward a master degree in Theologies at Jacksonville Theological Seminary.
Ms. Nickelberry is the founder and editorial director of ORDINARY PEOPLE MAGAZINE (OPM).
ORDINARY PEOPLE magazine is the result of a God given assignment which Ms Nickelberry received in the 2005 but wasn’t birth until March of 2008.
“When God gave me the assignment I was excited and reluctant to take on such a huge task. I had no experience in this type of work. I didn’t know where to start, nor did I have the funds. So, I put it off for about two months, this only made the voice of God louder in my ear. I started in the fall of 2005, but was met with some obstacles and once again I stopped. On October 18, 2007, the voice of God spoke, “saying it was time to start on the magazine again.” And once again I had do idea as to where to start and no funds. I began to research the start up cost of producing a magazine. After weeks of spending nights on the internet, praying, and having conversations with God, things began to fall into place. It was then that I realized that this was not my idea, but God’s idea. Ordinary People magazine is not my magazine but God’s magazine, I am but the vessel used to carry out the mission that He has given me charge of.” ---Verna V Nickelberry
Political / editorial cartoons convey messages into daily life. These messages fertilize social movements, large and small.
Meet Pulitzer prize award recipient Clay Bennet. With over 45 awards to date, his cartoons often challenge souls to ponder topics large and small. In honor of Pride and the on-going expansion of marriage equality across our nation, his recent cartoon inspires lively commentary from conservaties to liberals alike.
Join us to listen to Clay's evolution on his journey to tackle LGBT civil rights issues. After the show, be sure to visit (bookmark, favorite, like, etc.) the following sites:
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Join host Wes Blackman as he welcomes David Willson to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. David is an editorial cartoonist. For the past 20 or so years, David has been just that for the Palm Beach Daily News (The Shiny Sheet), along with other pursuits. He has a rich background in illustration. Check out his website where he is selling his new book Billionaires and Butterfly Ballots.
Baca Haran inciting more fear with recent kidnappings. The banks are still in charge! Proof positive is latest bill passed that guarantees payment if investments go bad.Also, the men behind the CIA torture scandal. Some thoughts on China and more! Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.
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This week we have a loaded show! Getting ready for the Holidays and baking cookies... pies... and other sweets is what our First Guest George Geary is all about! We call him the Pastry Chef Extraordinaire... Always on the go... from sea to shining sea and everywhere else he travels. It's all about Pastry and Travel., Recent TV Appearances.. and Old Hollywood... and whatever else George wants to stir up! www.georgegeary.com
Our next guest is: Chef Troy Black: All Fired Up
With a knack for invention and love of barbecue, Troy Black has gained an impressive reputation as an award-winning, competitive barbecue chef, and spokesperson. His zeal for both barbecue and the industry has taken Troy on an incredible journey from the Southern Living magazine editorial staff to full-time competitive barbecue chef to a nationally known food personality. He discovered the world of professional barbecue competition while on assignment for Southern Living. From that moment on he was hooked and immediately went home and began preparing to compete on the pro barbecue circuit.
Our Musical Guest this week is Katy Moffatt If you like Western Music..you will love Katy! "The most searingly beautiful thing you'll ever hear..."
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This show is dedicated to: Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson killed during a terrorist siege at Sydney's Lindt cafe
Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick", Kel and Dan is a discussion of events and issues.
Guest: Bridget Johnson, is a veteran journalist whose news articles and opinion columns have run in dozens of news outlets across the globe. She came to Washington to be online editor at The Hill, where she wrote The World from The Hill column on foreign policy. Previously she was an opinion writer and editorial board member at the Rocky Mountain News and nation/world news columnist at the Los Angeles Daily News. She is an NPR contributor and has contributed to USA Today, Wall Street Journal, National Review Online, Politico and more, as an television and radio commentator. Bridget is Washington Editor for PJ Media. pjmedia.com/blog/author/bridgetjohnson/
Guest: Roan Garcia-Quintana, is an American citizen who came to the US as a political refugee from Cuba. He loves the South and everything for which it stands! He was a research statistician for the SC Department of Juvenile Justice and the SC Department of Education. He worked for Reagan's 1980 campaign as a pollster with the late Lee Atwater, he received a Presidential Appointment to the US Department of Education’s National Institute of Education, under Reagan, where he was a Deputy Director.He has been a political consultant to numerous candidates and is Executive Director for the Americans Have Had Enough Coalition and the Coalition for a Traditional America. americanshavehadenough.org
It's a battle of Conservative values and principles!
Tonight: The new Pope trying to bring in some fresh air to the church. France says no to GMO'S and american food imports. Banks still want subsidies in a back handed way. Also birthrates at an all time low. And Greece still in turmoil. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.