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Join us on this edition of The JOE ALLEN Show when we react to the Hell in a Cell pay per view.
Plus, I'll announce the winner of The Joe Allen Show facebook page "Like" contest drawing!! The winner gets a special prize from Joe Allen. To enter, go to facebook.com/joeallenshow and click "Like". Drawing will include ALL "Likes" to The JOE ALLEN Show Facebook page.
If you like WWE, you will like this prize.
All this and much more on this edition of The JOE ALLEN Show!!
Common Sense with Joe Alexander offers listeners the opportunity to listen to and engage in provocative discussion of contemporary issues from a common sense perspective. Joe Alexander was raised in Baltimore, Maryland. Over the last 23 years, he has lived and worked in the United States, Africa, Asia, Central America, and the Middle East. Follow him on Twitter at @CommonSenseJA.
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On November 14, 2007 Joe Horn shot and killed two burglars in Pasadena, Texas. He should receive the highest award that our nation has to offer to a civilian. The Presidential Medal of Freedom should be awarded to him for shooting the criminal filth from South of the Border, who unlawfully entered our nation to commit crimes against U.S. Citizens. On second thought, considering that the past recipients of our Nation's Highest Award for a Civilian has been given to worthless niggers, traitors, terrorists, and filthy jews, maybe we should give a pass on that recommendation. I doubt Joe would accept the award anyway, especially from a degenerate of unknown origin and loyalties. Instead, I will honor Joe Horn on tonight's episode.
Chauncey Strong, originally from Newark NJ, earned his BA degree in Social Work from Elizabeth City State University, in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, in 1991 and his MSW from Norfolk State University, in Norfolk, Virginia in 1993. He is currently a foster care supervisor with Fairfax County Department of Family Services in Fairfax, Virginia and has worked for 20 years in child welfare. He is currently the Board Chair of Foster Care Alumni of America, a trainer, motivational speaker, and a committed advocate for children and families.
Chauncey has dedicated his career to helping improve the outcomes of children and families in need who are involved in the child welfare system.
Joe “The Plumber” Wurzelbacher crashed on the scene in 2008 when a chance run-in with then candidate Barack Obama allowed Joe to confront the soon-to-be president on his tax-and-spend Socialist philosophy. It was then, in a moment of clarity, Barack Obama let slip his real agenda; “I just want to spread some of that wealth around…”
Indeed, and no truer words have been spoken, it turns out.
Candidates immediately began adopting Joe as their guy in the middle class, mentioning “Joe the Plumber” on talk shows, stump speeches and even televised debates.
But Joe Wurzelbacher had plans other than being a prop for these wanna be Presidential hopefuls: Joe began touring the country, talking about the things he loves and believes will help our country. GOD, Patriotism, Respect, Honor, Courage; ideals that made America the best country in the world.
In 2008, my life changed when Barack Obama came into my front yard on a campaign stop. I asked him why he wanted to raise taxes, and he said that he wanted to “spread the wealth.” Since then, I have gained a national following as “Joe the Plumber” and now travel the country speaking and encouraging other everyday folks to get involved in the political process. Read more at http://joeforamerica.com/about/#jszubofXQuackuu4.99
After three years and over one hundred and thirty episodes of The Kerriann & Joe Show–Spirit Connection, Kerriann and Joe are leaving the airways to pursue their work and dreams: Joe Giaquinto as a gifted medium, and Kerriann Flanagan Brosky as a talented author and inspirational speaker. On tonight’s show, travel back with them to past episodes with amazing topics, fabulous guests, and some blooper moments, as they thank their loyal fans and listeners for a successful run. They will be joined by some popular past guests, who will share their experience on one of Blog Talk Radio’s top shows. Be sure to tune in to this special farewell event!
We have a special show on Tuesday's A.K.A. Music, Art and Comedy Show. Stand-up comedian Joe Charles will talk about his tour entertaining our troops in Kuwait and Iraq.
Charles has been doing stand-up comedy for almost a decade now, and has performed with many great comics, whom he will name on our show.
In January of 2009, he was part of the “Comics Ready to Entertain Tour” along with John C. McDonnell and Scott Kennedy. The three of them had the privilege of entertaining U.S. Troops in Kuwait and Iraq.
Following Charles will be in-house guest, musician Damian L. Tiner, who will perform acoustic music from his guitar.