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Civil Chat with Lee looks at what's trending around the United States on this Tuesday, December 23rd. Main story is on blame put on President Obama and the alleged "blood on the hands" as well as on the steps of city hall as stated by NYPD union president Patrick Lynch and ex mayor Guiliani. Sony to release "The Interview on a limited basis Christmas Day". Did US cause internet to shut down in North Korea.
December 23, 2014 at 5:00:00 PM PST 1 minutes
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Civil Chat with Lee looks at Sony Response to President's calling them out, Rubio's hypocrisy, Rand Paul calling out Rubio, North Korea lies and says they were not part of hacking of Sony, Christian Bale still pouting over Affleck playhing Batman, Our infrastructure
Taylor Mason’s quick wit, flawless delivery and polished material make him a hit with audiences of all ages. He is a ventriloquist, musician and stand-up comedian.
He has carved out a career in comedy and entertainment that has taken him around the world and into living rooms across the United States for the past 25 years. He’s won multiple, prestigious entertainment awards, appeared on a myriad of television programs, helped craft and performed in television commercials, wrote a book on ventriloquism for Penguin Publishing, and on and on.
He has a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree from The Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. His experience as a comedy writer and performer has taken him from The Second City Theater in Chicago to headlining gigs at every major comedy club across the country. He’s as comfortable writing and executing humor for corporate clients like Microsoft and Wal-Mart as he is doing a show for teens or children on a Disney Cruise ship. He’s performed for countless church functions. He’s done bar mitzvahs and synagogue shows. He continues to sell out comedy clubs and is requested at college campuses.
It’s impossible to put Taylor Mason in a box. You cannot define his audience, because his act transcends demographics and niches. It’s a throwback and yet it’s contemporary. He’s inclusive, he’s genuinely interested in his audience and he’s 100% committed to every performance, every project, and every single job he takes.
There is no way to describe what he does, because combining ventriloquism, music and comedy is unique to Taylor Mason and quite literally needs to be seen to be believed.
What's Trending?:Obama confident and positive about accomplishments and 2015. Obama says "Sony Made A Mistake". Sony resopnds to president's speech. Obama addresses: North Korea, Infrastructure, Cuba, and other issues. Bit Torrent offers to help Sony out with platform to release "The Interview". Rand Paul calls out Rubio for statrements about Cuba. Our infrastructure problems are bad, really bad. Obama calls for attention to this growing concern. Christian Bale not "over" Affleck playing the caped crusader. North Korea officially responds to US accuations and warns "grave consequences" if US doesn't comply.
Open Forum Tuesday Call in! Trending: Missouri bar sells Michael Brown shots, then stops under public protests. Bernie Sanders president? George W. Bush says brother Jeb would be a forrmidable candidate for 2016 republican president. Hugh Hefner speaks out on Cosby rape with former "bunnies". Lena Dunham book generates more public clamor. Garner widow speaks about husband on Meet the Press. Tamir Rice's mom speaks on day she found out her son was shot.
Bringing the next generation of NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Cadarreus Mason. Mason recorded 9.5 sacks over the last two seasons with the Braves.
Ex-Mormon Bishop Earl Erskine interviews former Mormon Bishop Lee Baker on his TV Program: Ex Mormon Files: Journeys from Mormonism to Jesus Christ. They talk about their experiences as Mormon Bishops in Hawaii. Reasons why they left Mormonism include Joseph Smith's false Boasting: “I have more to boast of than ever any man had…A large majority of the whole have stood by me. Neither Paul, John, Peter, nor Jesus ever did it. I boast that no man ever did such a work as I.…”—Joseph Smith, May 26, 1844, History of the Church, vol 6, pp. 408-409 and Smith's polygamy and polyandry - “For although a man may have many revelations, and have power to do many mighty works, yet if he boasts in his own strength, and sets at naught the counsels of God, and follows after the dictates of his own will and carnal desires, he must fall and incur the vengeance of a just God upon him.”—Doctrine and Covenants 3:4 For more information see: http://4mormon.org/why-did-joseph-smith-die-so-young/ Connect with us at: www.LeeBaker.4mormon.org
Greetings in The precious name of Jesus! Welcome to TLO Ministry from our staff, Cohost Prophet Oshea Morgan of Dallas, Texas, Cohost Dr. Carolyn Mason of Mighty Warriors For Jesus Prayer Group, Orlando, Florida and Min. Bonnie Howell of Orlando, Florida.
Tonight we are going to hear a awesome word from our Very own Dr. Carolyn Mason of Orlando Florida who loves Jesus with her whole heart.
We, at TLO Ministry are only doing what God has called us to do and to say what God tells us to say. God is our Commandering Chief in charge!
Be bless as you tune in with us on tonite. call a friend, a neighbor an unsaved person or loved one and tell them to tune in. Work your telephone ministry.
Multi-talented Rachel Mason drops by to discuss The Lives of Hamilton Fish, her award-winning cinema rock opera inspired by a true story. Rachel is a filmmaker, sculptor, songwriter and performer. She has written three operas, recorded ten full-length albums, and performed at numerous art museums and other venues, including the Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art and School of the Arts in Chicago. Winner of the Best Picture Award at the 2014 New England Underground Film Festival, The Lives of Hamilton Fish deals with two men with the same name who died a day apart in 1936. One of them was a serial killer, the other a descendant of one of the most prominent families in New York State. Their obituaries were published together on the front page of a newspaper. Told entirely through songs in the newspaper editor's voice, the story mixes the surreal with historical facts. Film critic Phil Hall calls this independent offering the best movie he's seen during 2014.