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Cantor’s role as Obama’s nemesis, as the National Review recently dubbed him, is remarkable for several reasons—none more so than the fact that, although he’s now the darling of the tea party, he initially rose to power in Washington by standing for almost everything the tea party is against.Jason Zengerle New York Magazine
Eric Cantor, "widely presumed to be the next GOP Speaker of the House," the most powerful man in Washington. The magazine explain the honor by saying:The Republican whom Democrats — especially Obama — hate most. The Virginia Congressman masterminded, and then masterfully carried out, the GOP's strategy of legislative intransigence that has stymied the White House these past three years. In the process, he imposed his will on all of Washington, refashioning the city into a hyperpartisan capital of gridlock.GQ
Today the Eric and Eric Sports Music debuts another version - The Eric and Eric Sports Show - Topics include upcoming 2016 NFL Superbowl and Pro Wrestling
Today, I am trying out a new co-host.... another DJ named Eric........We have been Facebook friends for awhile now... and share similar interests.....We both have attended many concerts over the years and today, we will discuss some of them......
Welcome to the official Christmas show........Christmas music from The Rogues, Gary Schwartz, James Gallagher and Off The Boat, and sythesizer musician Chris Cooke......
Happy Holidays everyone..........
Here is my new and improved Eric Priest Show, brought to you by The RennRock Radio Network.....From this point forwards, I will feature blocks of music, rather than random tunes. This will help my fans get a feel for any particular band or musician.
In a week that saw more outbreaks of domestic terrorism, school shootings, continued faux outrage at the Bergdahl release -- a ray of political good cheer: Eric Cantor lost his primary bid for re-election. MOMocrats Cynematic, Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills are no fans of David Brat, the Tea Party free-market economics professor who defeated Cantor... but they can't help enjoying a small moment of schadenfreude over this development in this week's political discussion from the progressive point of view. Produced by Engender Media Group.
Please join me on Monday, January 18th, 2016 for my special guest - Drake Enterprises - a company that is inolved with anima, manga, movies, comics, etc....Show begins at 6:00 pm Eastern Time.
The Eric and Eric Show returns, with another episode of concert reviews. Sadly after discussing David Bowie in our first teaming up episode, he has since passed away. Thus we did discuss him more in detail.
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He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver through this economic downturn in the charitable sector to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success. PAGE 2 GUEST EXPERTS:Rob Mitchell & Alan Cantor: Donor Advised Funds are important vehicles for thoughtful donors, but do charities and politicians understand this?
Alan is principal of Alan Cantor Consulting LLC, a firm that works with community-based nonprofit organizations on issues of resource development and governance. Al is a prolific writer and presenter on issues relating to the nonprofit sector, and he is a frequent contributor to the opinion pages of the Chronicle of Philanthropy and Inside Philanthropy. He has been cited in The New York Times, Barron’s, Pro Publica, The Boston Globe, The Daily Beast, CNBC.com, Advancing Philanthropy, The Nonprofit Times, and Boston Magazine.
CEO Atlas of Giving LLC, Rob is currently CEO of The Atlas of Giving LLC, he is one of the most successful and experienced fundraising professionals and nonprofit executives in the United States. He has spent 3 decades as a working fundraiser, nonprofit leader, and innovator. He is also an expert on the mechanics of the charitable giving economy in the US.
Tune in tonight at 6PM EST/ 3PM Pacific for an exclusive NBS Central interview with former Nebraska quarterback and the 2001 Heisman Trophy winner, Eric Crouch. We will talk about his outstanding college career as well as his post football career activities. This will be an interview you do not wanna miss.
Eric is a leading and prominent voice behind the revival of the Flat Earth theory. He currently lives in Thailand where he teaches Yoga and Wing Chun which is the traditional Chinese martial art of self defense.
Eric has also written a number of books one of which is The Flat Earth Conspiracy where Eric explains how the world has been systematically brainwashed and indoctrinated for centuries into believing the greatest lie of all time – that the Earth is a spinning globe.
He has also recently released his free eBook “200 Proofs Earth is Not a Spinning Ball”
The discussion with Eric was wide ranging as we talk about the traction the Flat Earth theory is gaining throughout the world along with Eric’s thoughts on Zionism, controlled opposition, psychopathic behavior and forbidden topics like the Holocaust.
Wearing Cleats To Painting Them
Eric Dorsey played college football at William Penn. His love for the game of football woven into his DNA and also into the artistic patterns he now paints on the cleats of NFL players (and other athletes as well).
Dorsey the owner and operator of Illustrative Creations is quickly becoming a figure NFL players are coming to for their personalized cleats.
Go one-on-one with Eric Dorsey who discusses how he got started and where his gift is taking him. College2Pro.com bringing the hardcore NFL enthusiasts the movers-n-shakers of football.
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