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On the show, we preview the Purdue Homecoming game against Iowa, breaking down the areas where the Boilermakers might have an advantage. We talk to Marc Morehouse, the Hawkeye beat writer for the Cedar Rapids Gazette to get his insights on the game, plus feature Danny Anthrop, who has become a go-to big-play receiver for Purdue. Recruiting news and a glance around the Big Ten, including a conversation with BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo about the start of the league season, on the show.
We look at the 2014 US Senate race in Iowa, the future of AG Holder and a little Cowboys/Rangers morning after talk.
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The Total Tutor will interview NFl Super Bowl Champion Darnell Dinkins. He will break down today's Pitt vs Iowa game. Who will win?
This episode will pick up the conversation from September 11, 2014. We will follow up on the issue of Business and Economic develpoment in senate district 19. Candidate Rueben Dockery will highlight the last legislative session as related to twenty bills sponsored by the incumbent Senator Thelma Harper and their affect on the dire condition of constituents.
"Jeff Bell has worked at the highest levels of American politics and public policy for over forty years. In 1978, at age 34, he became the New Jersey Republican Party nominee for U.S. Senate when he defeated four-term incumbent Clifford Case. As the first major candidate to win on the theme of tax cuts, he produced television ads for Ronald Reagan’s 1980 presidential campaign using the same message. He later worked as an advocate for the bipartisan Tax Reform Act of 1986 with Jack Kemp and Bill Bradley, the man who defeated him in the 1978 general election."
Tonite we will find out where he stands on the "Second Amendment", Education, Immigration, Healthcare, Ecomony and other issues. To find out mor about Jeff Bell go here: http://bell2014.com/
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Tennessee Senate District 19, 2014 Election
On November 4, 2014, voters in Tennessee Senate District 19 will go to the polls to choose a senator to represent their interest.
on this informative show, Write-In Candidate RUEBEN DOCKERY will discuss his seven point platform for bringing strong, responsive and accountable leadership to all the constituents of TN Senate District 19.
You will learn how to "Write Your Choice, to hear your voice!"
In tonight's episode of the Current Issues Show on TrueChat we discuss how the Republican's prospects may be brightening in the senate. Could the GOP make a real attempt to gain control of the senate? What would this mean for the government, the people, and the president? Is the GOP turning around or not? Find out tonight when your favorite hosts discuss this topic. We will also will debate how to reform immigration.
Host Deardra Shuler interviews candidate Robert Jackson who is running for a Senate seat in the 31st district in Manhattan.
Robert Jackson served as a Community School Board President, City Council leader and Education Committee Chair. He has built a record of hard work and integrity and knows how to get things done. He has a record to prove it. Jackson is presently running for State Senate to help provide good schools for children to make certain every child has the same chance to succeed as he had. Jackson continues to fight for workers rights, human rights and to pass the Women's Equality Act, the NY DREAM Act and for an increase in minimum wage. As a marathon runner, Mr. Jackson recently ran a 12.8 mile run for peace.
As a Community School Board President, Robert Jackson filed a lawsuit against the state to fix an inequitable New York State school funding distribution formula that was cheating NYC schools and undermining our children’s future. He walked 150 miles to Albany to highlight the cause and won a court judgment that awarded $16 billion for NYC schools. In 2001, Robert Jackson was elected to the City Council. He was reelected 3 times. He was chosen to Chair the Education Committee and Co-Chair the Black, Latino and Asian Caucus. On the City Council, he effected more than 4,000 new openings for pre-k, fought to prevent thousands of teacher layoffs and helped start the Drop Out Prevention Initiative. He worked to increase jobs by sponsoring legislation to protect small businesses, create a community manpower training program, fought to budget senior centers, libraries and keep fire stations open.
Born and raised in Manhattan, Robert and his family have lived in Washington Heights since 1975. He attended New York City public schools and graduated from State University of New York at New Paltz. He is married and a dedicated father of three daughters.
All eyes are keeping a close watch on just about every US Senate race in the country. The GOP Senate take over is in sight,but hey better not "count the chickens before the eggs hatch".
The US House of Representatives approve funding for the President Obama's so called strategy against ISIS. More Democrats vote against it than Republicans; what's up with this odd event? Just because the House voted to support the President's "strategy" he still faces serious support issues.
Eric Cantor is gone and changes are taking place within the Republican House.THe new House majority whip, Rep. Steve Scalise, is reshaping how business is done. Is this good or bad for the party?
Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" this morning at 8:00AM-10:00AM EST and join the discussions on these and any other topic that may come to my mind or yours.
A junior high school coach in Iowa came out to a "homophobic" friend after a Hawkeyes basketball game and got quite the response. We'll talk about Evan Risk's great story and whether he's in "rural" Iowa or not.
Plus, the National Association of Basketball Coaches created a policy that forbids discrimination based on sexual orientation. Openly gay high school basketball coach Anthony Nicodemo, who helped encourage the NABC to adopt a policy, will join us to talk about the great new step for the association.