• 00:37

    Ms. Clinton

    in Politics

    After the election, more mistakes. At a Nov. 21 black-tie gala in New York, Mrs. Clinton endorsed Mr. Obama’s executive order on immigration by suggesting the events’ servers and food preparers were in the country illegally, as were most construction workers.The next presidential election is in 23 months. But no amount of time is likely to be enough for Mrs. Clinton to make herself a much better candidate. She is who she is and cannot change. In 2008 she could not articulate a compelling purpose for her run and stressed only her inevitability and entitlement. So far, it looks like Hillary 2.0 will have at least as many problems as Hillary 1.0.Uncle Karl Rove

  • 00:19

    Radio [itvt]: Hilary Perchard on Sky's Investments and Partnerships

    in News

    Based in California, Hilary Perchard, VP of business development at Sky, is in charge of that company's efforts to invest in and build partnerships with US start-ups. In this recorded interview with [itvt]'s Tracy Swedlow, he discusses some of Sky's recent investments in US high tech and other areas, explains the strategy behind those investments, describes the kinds of companies that Sky is looking to invest in, and more.


    (Note: Hilary Perchard will be speaking at TVOT NYC 2014, December 9th in New York City; purchase your tickets here.)


     

  • 01:29

    What if: Clinton does not run; IRS admits mistakes; Ethics were in politics, etc

    in Politics Conservative

    How many times have you heard, "What if things were different?"  "What if (he or she) had done (this or that)?"  How many times have you used a comment starting with those two words..."What if..."


    Tuseday morning's special 90 minute program (I have a court case I must attend at 10AM) we are going to play the what if game by asking some what if's.


    1. What if Clinton does not run for President of the United States?


    2. What if the IRS admitted to mistakes? 


    3. What if ethics were actually practiced in politics?


    I know these are silly questions; however; what if these things actually turned into truth


    Bring your "What if" to the show and let's explore your far out question.

  • 00:49

    Surviving Life After Death with Hilary Jamron

    in Spirituality

    At age 18, author Hilary Jamron died of a drug overdose, and came back. What did she see on the other side, and what might she have left behind?


    Join Robert Manni, author of The Guys' Guy's Guide To Love as we discuss life, love and the pursuit of happiness.


    Subscribe to Guy's Guy Radio on iTunes!


    Buy The Guys' Guy's Guide to Love now!

  • 01:13

    The Mother Ship Has Landed. George Clinton Live

    in Music

    Musician George Clinton was born in Kannapolis, North Carolina on July 22, 1941. His music career began in a barbershop where he created a doo-wop group called The Parliaments. Clinton regularly reorganized musicians in The Parliaments, later known as Funkadelic and then P.Funk All-Stars, to create new sounds. He had a number one hit on his 1983 solo album, Computer Games.


    Early Career


    Musician. Born July 22, 1941, in Kannapolis, North Carolina. Raised in Plainfield, New Jersey, Clinton began his music career in the 1950's, while working at a barbershop in Newark, New Jersey. He founded a doo-wop singing quintet he called The Parliaments out of the shop's backroom. When Clinton headed to Detroit in the early 1960s to work as a staff songwriter for Motown, the group stayed in New Jersey but continued to work together long distance.


    Landing a deal with Revilot Records, The Parliaments turned out their first hit with in 1967 with the single "(I Just Wanna) Testify," which landed at No. 3 on the Billboard R&B charts. The only member of The Parliaments to actually appear on the recording, however, was Clinton; no one else was able to travel to Detroit for the session, so studio musicians filled in.


    Parliament and Funkadelic


    When Revilot went bankrupt later that year, the group's name became tied up in litigation. In 1968, they renamed themselves Funkadelic, after Clinton's back-up band. In 1972, when Clinton was finally able to get back the Parliament name, the group began using both the Parliament and Funkadelic monikers, but under different record labels. Often referring to himself as "the Referee", Clinton mixed and matched the musicians and singers in his groups, which helped maintain a fresh, innovative sound.


     

  • 00:08

    Hillary Clinton – Presumptive Favorite

    in Politics

    Darrell Castle talks about Hillary Clinton, a presumed Presidential candidate.

  • 00:29

    Clinton or Bush for President?

    in Politics

    Hillary Clinton for President?  Will she run? If she does is it likely she will win?  How do people feel about Clinton?  Will Jed Bush run for President?  What happens if it is Clinton vs. Bush?  Answers to these questions and more on tonight’s episode of The Current Issues Show.

  • 00:53

    Women's Physique Competitor Andrea Clinton

    in Sports

    Join me Sunday as I talk with Canadian Women's Physique Competitor Andrea Clinton about her life as a competitor, a full time nurse and an animal advocate, and as always my co host IFBB Pro Gloria Faulls and I will discuss recent and upcoming bodybuilding coming competitions and hot button topics in the sport. Call in to talk to the host or guest 347-215-6772.Click on the active link to listen live. Follow me on Twitter @Mouthandmuscle or on Facebook The Mouth And The Muscle Show

  • 00:15

    Hilary Neiman: Things Fall Apart

    in Business

    Early one morning in 2011, Hilary Neiman was hard at work in the offices of her own successful adoption and surrogacy practice when 3 agents for the FBI entered without warning, read her Miranda rights, and informed her: “This is your come to Jesus day.”


    How does one go from being raised in a loving, ethical family and earned an advanced education, including the law, to being accused in the headlines of joining a baby-selling, human trafficking ring?


    After studying the world’s religions in undergraduate school and earning advanced degrees in child development and law, Hilary Neiman passed the Maryland state bar exam and accomplished her dream of building a successful law practice. She served her clients faithfully for years, but ultimately made some bad decisions, which she took responsibility for, pleading guilty to wire fraud.


    Hilary spent five months in the big house (and not the kind that comes with an indoor pool and a four-car garage). She now works as a mentor, helping others overcome their challenges. Hilary spends as much time as possible with her loving family and enjoys being a baker extraordinaire and a slow-as-a-turtle runner. 


    Link to website/book


    www.hilaryneimannetwork.com


    http://www.amazon.com/Things-Fall-Apart-Hilary-Neiman/product-reviews/0991547802/ref=cm_cr_dp_qt_hist_five?ie=UTF8&filterBy=addFiveStar&showViewpoints=0

  • 00:25

    Increase Your Sales in 2015

    in Business

    Looking to increase your sales in 2015? Try listening to your prospects. Tim Healy of Healy Success Solutions Inc., a sales and coaching company, discusses the most powerful technique in sales- Listening. Understand how this underestimated and misunderstood technique can boost your sales by 25%! Listen to this episode of Hilary Topper on Air and improve your sales and listening skills in time for the new year. 

  • 00:15

    The Jean Gladwyn Show Ep 47-Clinton and UN

    in Politics

    Jean discusses the effects of Clinton's presidency and the UN

Results Per Page: 12 | 24 | 48
Loading...
Loading...