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Constitutional background and arguments over same sex marriage, with Attorney, Ross B. Russell, of Hampton & Associates, P.C. in Fort Worth, Texas.
Topics covered on this show:
Introducing Ross Russell and brief background;
Same sex marriage (SSM), decisions in Texas, 9th Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court;
Identify and explain levels of scrutiny and process in deciding constitutional issues;
Current case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, potential outcomes;
Alternative theory of gender discrimination, Justice Roberts stated thoughts;
Possible challenges and reactions to the U.S. Supreme Court, if in favor of SSM.
Ross Russell is a native Texan from Central Texas and his passion for Texas law and constitution drives his focus in litigation. After graduating number five in his class from Texas A&M University School of Law, he achieved the highest score on the bar exam among A&M law graduates. A long-time entrepreneur, Ross launched his own firm, Russell, PLLC, a full service general practice firm. He also works as an attorney at the Fort Worth law firm of Hampton & Associates, P.C. and is active with a variety of complex legal matters. Ross is active in the Tarrant County Bar Association and attends frequent programs and continuing legal education seminars. Ross will be a frequent guest on Texas Law Talk Radio, sharing insight in Texas law and developments with our attorney and business professional audience. For more information visit www.TheRussellLawFirm.com and www.HamptonLawOnline.com. You may also call Ross at Hampton & Associates, P.C. by dialing (817) 877-4202.
Bryan Krut, Owner of Open Water Swim and professional coach, helped Hilary learn how to swim as part of her triathlon training. He will be discussing the helpful swimming techniques he shared with Hilary. Bryan and his wife Sandra will also discuss the fourth annual Fire Island Ocean Charity Swim Competition, happening in July. Interested in participating in the swim competition or quickening your swimming pace for future triathlons? Check out this episode.
IBM toxic pool defies cleanup
TOM WILBER, Special to the Press & Sun-Bulletin 1:37 p.m. EDT April 5, 2015
A remedy for a concentrated pool of solvents directly under the manufacturing site where at least 1,500 people still work may take years to find.
(Photo: Jeff Platsky / staff photo)
The contaminated hot spot lies under an area the size of eight village blocks.
Situated over and near the source area, and blocking access to cleanup, are dozens of buildings.
To date, nearly 70,000 gallons of solvent %u2014 more than 40 tons %u2014 have been pumped from the ground.
ENDICOTT – After 35 years, IBM Corp. contractors have stanched the flow of industrial solvents into a commercial and residential district in the heart of the village, but they have yet to find a solution for the source of the problem at the company's former flagship manufacturing plant.
Officials recently reported that efforts to intercept and remove the subterranean flow of hazardous chemicals coming from the industrial complex — now owned by Huron Real Estate Associates — have been successful. Consequently, health risks to a nearby neighborhood have been eliminated.
Yet they have no remedy for a concentrated pool of solvents directly under the manufacturing site, where at least 1,500 people still work. Full story: http://www.pressconnects.com/story/news/local/2015/04/05/ibm-tce-issues/25302109/
As our partying Monday continues on, I explain what goes on in my world. Not very much to tell, which is somewhat of a good thing. It is another Monday! So remember to keep those feet moving and drink plenty of water. We get to party; we get to dance, dance, DANCE!
Like most of the time, today's music is varied and ranges from well known artists to singers you don't know. Tune in to find out who they are!
Join Cultural Conversations with an intimate interview with KM Davis, Founder of Davis Law & Associates. Davis is a returned special guest to Cultural Conversations and will enlighten and engage on the subject of the Supereme Court ruling making same sex marriage legal in 50 state, the path to marriage equality and her personal journey in the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) community.
KM Davis is founder of Davis Law & Associates. She discovered her passion for helping business owners far before she realized her own entrepreneurial leanings. However, upon realizing her dual interest (and the need to now “practice what she preached”) Davis’s interest in business law matters has only deepened. The ability to understand the needs of business owners and their families allows Davis to consider aspects of client issues that sometimes even they haven’t realized, and creates a relationship beyond attorney/client…for most clients Davis serves a more comprehensive business advisor role.
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Ed Tate is an award-winning international keynote speaker, trainer, author, executive, and motivational movie star. He is known as “The Speaker Who Energizes, Educates and Entertains.”
He has spoken in 47 states, 15 countries and on five continents.Ed won the “American Idol of Public Speaking” becoming the 2000 World Champion of Public Speaking - Toastmasters International’s highest speaking award.In 2008, Ed earned the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation by the National Speakers Association and the International Federation for Professional Speakers (IFPS).
It is the speaking profession's international measure of professional platform skill. Since 1998, Ed has been principal of Ed Tate & Associates, LLC, a professional development firm that provides keynote and endnote presentations and workshops, as well Leadership and Business Presentation Skills.
Marcy has won three Golden Mike awards for outstanding news writing and broadcasting. With her co-author Jackie Hirtz, Marcy wrote television scripts for Nickelodeon's animated show "Doug"and educational software. Now, Marcy and Jackie have teamed up to write the Lola Zola series for tween girls. The first book in the series is "Lola Zola and the Lemonade Crush" and the second novel, with many of the same characters, is "New Girl on Salt Flat Road."
Jackie Hirtz, MS Ed., worked in publicity and public relations for authors and tech clients. She also taught elementary school for seven years before working as a writer in Concepts and Communications at Disney Imagineering and as an assistant to a producer at the studio. In addition to writing educational material for teachers and students, she created interactive "edutainment" for themed entertainment companies. Jackie's credits include Disney, the Los Angeles Times, Canter & Associates, and the Brentwood Media Group. Together, she and Marcy wrote for children's television, including Nickelodeon's animated series "Doug."
Join Gail Davvis and Jaee Logan for LISTENGIVE and SAVOY Sound bites about music, arts, culture, society, youth, education and giving back.
Join us with Special Guests, Kendall Minter of Minter & Associates and SoundExchange Board Member. A Music Industry Pioneer who talks about his new book, "Understand and Negotiating 360 Ancillary Rights Deals", for Music Artists and his juourney of inspiration in the Music Industry.
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Ken Kraetzer, vice president, at CBSIServices, "Talks Business" with Retail-Digital expert Ryan Craver.
We will talk with Ryan about his talks at several spring conferences including the Direct Marketing Assocation - Integrated Marketing Week in NYC, how 2015 trends are emerging and happenings in retail marketing.
Ryan’s fascination with the intersection of retail and technology has led to a career of inspiring and leading retailers to be on the forefront of the evolving "connected retail" environment. Most recently, Ryan was in charge of the core department store strategy at Hudson’s Bay and Lord & Taylor. Prior to joining Hudson’s Bay Company, the graduate of Arizona State University was a senior leader at Accenture, driving growth and profit improvement across multiple clients, including Virgin Media, FedEx and Best Buy. Reach Ryan on email@example.com or @ryanmcraver
Ken Kraetzer works with Harrison NY based CBSI on programs that provide loyalty and usage benefits to major credit and retail card brands aswell as providing contact center mangement behind programs. Prior to CBSI, Ken worked in card and financial marketing at Chase Manhattan Bank, Dean Witter, American Express, and Herbert Dunhill Associates. Reach Ken on kkraetzer@CBSIservices.com or 914-630-3457.
Most of us know that junk food is unhealthy. We know that poor nutrition is related to heart problems, high blood pressure, and a host of other health ailments. You might even know that studies show that eating junk food has been linked to increases in depression.
But if it’s so bad for us, why do we keep doing it?
There is an answer. And the science behind it will surprise you.
Why We Crave Junk Food
Steven Witherly is a food scientist who has spent the last 20 years studying what makes certain foods more addictive (and tasty) than others. Much of the science that follows is from his excellent report, Why Humans Like Junk Food.
According to Witherly, when you eat tasty food, there are two factors that make the experience pleasurable.
First, there is the sensation of eating the food. This includes what it tastes like (salty, sweet, umami, etc.), what it smells like, and how it feels in your mouth. This last quality — known as “orosensation” — can be particularly important. Food companies will spend millions of dollars to discover the most satisfying level of crunch in a potato chip. Their scientists will test for the perfect amount of fizzle in a soda. These factors all combine to create the sensation that your brain associates with a particular food or drink.
The second factor is the actual macronutrient makeup of the food — the blend of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates that it contains. In the case of junk food, food manufacturers are looking for a perfect combination of salt, sugar, and fat that excites your brain and gets you coming back for more.