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  • 01:02


    in Elections

    Jason is a product of some of the best schools in Georgia having graduated from Benjamin E. Mays High School, Morehouse College—alma mater of Martin Luther King, Jr.—and U.G.A. School of Law.  He also has a vast, wealth of experience that has prepared him for leadership.  He has been a senior prosecutor assigned to the Homicide/Major Case unit in Fulton County and Dekalb County.  He’s also served as the Executive Chief Assistant District Attorney in Clayton County and successfully prosecuted the murder of Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Daly, slain in the line of duty.  Jason also put his talents to use to defend those wrongly accused and over-charged.  He is a defense attorney has his own law firm.  Just as important as his technical abilities, Jason has the heart to lead. Let's welcome Jason Green to TRUTH TALK RADIO.

  • 00:17

    A discussion with Ross County Common Pleas Judge Michael Ater

    in Politics

    A discussion with Ross County Judge Michael Ater about the Ross County Drug Court, and the Opiate Epidemic overall

  • 01:03


    in Politics

    This evening, our special guest is Wade Starr, Jr. He was born in Clayton County and he resides right in Clayton County, Georgia. Currently, Wade Starr is the Executive Director of the Clayton County Housing Authority. Wade Starr's top priority will be to implement an agenda that will MAKE CLAYTON COUNTY BETTER in every way possible. Whether you have lived here a long time or not, it is clear to all of us that we are on the wrong track. I believe that the citizens of this county are not satisfied with pawn shops, and dollar stores. The residents of Clayton County don't appreciate seeing trash lining our streets. Homeowners don't appreciate their taxes going up every year while the value of their home remains stagnant.  We want to feel safe in our communities and in our homes. Mr. Starr has over 30 years of experience in business and experience in being cost efficient with big budgets. We do not want to become the next Detroit. 

    Mr. Wade Star is asking to lead Clayton County as the new Chairman of the Board of Commissioners because he genuinely cares about the people of Clayton County and his desire for Clayton residents are that they live in a safe, clean and prosperous county.   A county Wade Starr says, "we can be proud to call home". Wade Starr's motto is, " LET'S MAKE CLAYTON BETTER"! This will be a "power-packed" evening.  You don't want to miss this interview. Call in with your questions and concerns and they will be answered. The call-in number is, (516) 418-5667 at 7:30 p.m.

  • 01:01


    in Politics

    Leslie Miller-Terry is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She moved to Georgia in 1992. Leslie has been an attorney for 30 years and has practiced law in Philadelphia as well as Georgia. Leslie graduated from Temple University in 1981 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, major accounting. She began her career as an accountant with the fifth largest Trust Department in the United States at Provident National Bank. In August of 1983, she entered Villanova University School of Law. Leslie graduated from Villanova University School of Law in May 1986, where she earned her Juris Doctorate degree.

    Leslie Miller-Terry began her career as a prosecutor in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office as an Assistant District Attorney in 1988, after a two year stint as a tax professional at the Firm of Laventhal and Horwath. Shortly after moving to Georgia, Leslie continued her career as a prosecutor with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office. While in the District Attorney’s office, Leslie prosecuted murder, rape, armed robbery, and a host of other felony cases.

    In January of 2000, Leslie became a sole practitioner in the Law Office of Leslie Miller Terry. Leslie’s office was located in Jonesboro, Georgia and she specialized in criminal defense. Leslie continued to practice law out of her Jonesboro office until she returned to prosecution in January 2005. In November 2004 Leslie was elected as the first African American and first woman to serve as Solicitor General of Clayton County. In January of 2009 Leslie returned to private practice. However, realizing her true passion for justice and desire to serve the citizens of Georgia.


  • 00:14

    A discussion with Ross County Prosecutor Matt Schimdt on "Amensty Program"

    in Politics

    A discussion with Ross County Prosecutor Matt Schimdt on "Amnesty Program" and OD Epidemic from a legal perspective 

  • 01:39

    Sunday Services

    in Religion

    Church Services of the Church of God at 116 S Wayne Ave

  • 00:36

    Karen Anderson ~Animal Communicator/Author/Psychic and Medium

    in Paranormal

    Karen Anderson~ PLEASE NOTE THAT A THUNDERSTORM knocked out the power in Karen's area show night. She will return June 17th to share her exciting story with us!

    Karen Anderson is an Author, Animal Communicator, Psychic and Medium from Eastern Washington. Karen's ability to talk to the animals surfaced when she was very young. Later in life that she found that these psychic skills enabled her to read the energy of the suspects and criminals she dealt with while she was a deputy sheriff in Colorado. Now Karen uses her intuitive abilities to read the energy of all animals living or deceased providing private consultations to clients all over the world. Known for providing extremely detailed messages, Karen is also a MEDIUM and connects with departed human souls as well. Her book, 'Hear All Creatures' documents her journey into the hearts and minds of the animals. Her second book, as a contributing author of Amazing Paranormal Encounters Volume 2 depicts true stories from the Afterlife. Karen works exclusively from her home near the Spokane, Washington area where she lives on a small farm with the animals she loves.

  • 00:37

    Animal Communicator and Reiki Healer Nancy Windheart

    in Lifestyle

    My life’s work is to create deeper harmony between species and on our planet through telepathic animal communication, and to facilitate physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing and growth for both people and animals through my healing services, classes, workshops, and retreats. 

    Since childhood, I have had a deep love for animals, and a fascination for understanding how other beings think, feel, and view the world. I will never forget spending hours in the barn on my grandparents’ dairy farm, singing to the barn cats and cows, in a little trance of joy with my beloved friends 

    When I finally got on my true life path as an animal communicator, energy worker, and teacher, I realized that the years I spent in the music world had given me many valuable gifts, including deep, intuitive listening beyond spoken language, an ability to communicate with people from many different backgrounds and cultures, and experience with teaching and speaking to audiences both small and large. 

  • 00:30

    WDW Fan Zone BlogCast #112 - Animal Kingdom After Hours

    in Travel

    On this episode of the WDW Fan Zone BlogCast the gang gets together to talk about Disney's Animal Kingdoms new nighttime schedule beginning Memeoria Day weekend. Join the discussion with Stuart Sternberg, Lottie Ferguson, Darlene Nagi, and Kurt. 

  • Rachel Tilseth - Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin

    in Education

    Wolfdog Radio is proud to present Rachel Tilseth on our next show, with the theme "Without Wolves there would be no Wolfdogs" on Tuesday 4/26/2016 at 7:00 PM EST 

    Our show focuses on someone virtually unknown to wolfdog people, but has been one of the "protectors" of wolves in Wisconsin. She has been a pre-emptive and pro-active voice for wolves by her deeds and actions.  Rachel founded Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin in 2012 to bring attention to the brutality in the Wisconsin Wolf hunt. She could not fathom wolves going from endangered to hunted in such a brutal manner.

    She is a grandmother, artist, educator and naturalist. Her journey has been inspirational. She is a true leader in the wolf community because she leads by example and teaches with results. In Rachel's own words "I fought for them and will always fight for them. I want my grandchildren to grow up in a world where wolves can live free from hate, and persecution. Where wolves are appreciated for what they contribute to the health of our ecosystems. Wolves are essential and wolf hunts are about power, not conservation. Let's serve earth, not special interests bent on stripping the life out of our last precious wild places where wolves live and raise their families."  Join Wolfdog Radio for this special show introducing Rachel to us all. Cry with us, laugh with us, rejoice with us, and then do something about it! 

  • 00:40


    in Education


    Thank you, Waterford Institute for bringing us Paula Rankin-Reese ,Pre-K program Manager for Mobile County on the simple fact that Alabama ranks #1 in quality Pre K. Learn about the 'Just 4' program