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  • 00:59

    MADOFF MAYHEM

    in Finance

    Ronnie Sue Ambrosino , the Head of The Madoff Victims Coalition will be with us to give us an update and answers on the whole Madoff Mess. Think you knew everything about this situation? Think again! Peter Madoff committed suicide over the weekend which may further complicate efforts to reclaim assets for the victims. Listen in as Ronnie talks about the actions of the Trustee as well as how SIPC's action effects firms nationwide.

    Rick Nummi, Former SEC Attorney and noted speaker will be joining us and bringing a legal point of view as well as commenting about the legality of the trustees actions.

  • 00:31

    Interview with the founder and principal of Global Reporters Zahra Burton

    in Goals

    Zahra Burton is the founder and principal of Global Reporters for the Caribbean, a consortium of journalists around the world committed to raising the bar on in-depth storytelling and investigative reporting in the Caribbean.


    Zahra Burton is the founder and principal of Global Reporters for the Caribbean, a consortium of journalists around the world committed to raising the bar on in-depth storytelling and investigative reporting in the Caribbean. The Consortium produces 18° Degrees North, a Caribbean focused global news show. Burton serves as host and executive producer.


    Ms. Burton is a former New York-based reporter for Bloomberg Television. During her seven-year tenure there, she covered the stock market from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange as well as other major business stories, including the global financial crisis, health-care reform, the BP oil spill and the trial of Bernard Madoff.


    Prior to joining Bloomberg Television in 2005, Zahra was a segment producer for NDTP Productions based out of KTLA Channel 5 in Los Angeles. It was there that she earned her Emmy nomination for her contributions to producing a weekly show on local entrepreneurs - Making It: Minority Success Stories. While in Los Angeles, she also served as guest host for The Young Turks, a national radio show focused on politics, sports, pop culture and entertainment.


    Burton's inspiration for 18° Degrees North came from her days working as a reporter in Kingston at Television Jamaica. In 2015, she received The Carl Wint Award for Human Interest Feature Stories (Electronic) by the Press Association of Jamaica and was selected as a 2015 fellow at the Reva and David Logan Symposium on Investigative Journalism at U.C. Berkeley.

  • 00:55

    Why Trump Is Right About San Bernardino

    in News

    On this episode - Why Trump is right that family members likely knew what shooters were planning in San Bernardino, Finland launches plan to pay citizens $876 monthly, Puerto Rico's insolvency has reached a tipping point as the country runs out of cash, Jimmy Carter says his cancer has disappeared, Madoff victims get million dollar checks from trustee, and how to buy Christmas gifts for 90% off.

  • 01:01

    You Can't Ruin My Day

    in Spirituality

    You Can't Ruin My Day with author Allen Klein


    You Can’t Ruin My Day contains 52 themes to help readers take back their power and not let other people or other situations ruin their day.

    Each of these themes has three sections: Wake-Up Call (the potential day-ruiner); Follow-Up Exercise (practical steps to turn it around); and Lighten-Up Laugh (gaining a fresh perspective and moving right along).

    Keep these tools in your arsenal of things to help you maneuver around roadblocks, setbacks, or upsets you might encounter on any given day.

    Each of the 52 stories and wake-up calls in the book are amazing and inspiring. One couple lost almost all of their money to Bernie Madoff and his Ponzi scheme and instead of bitterness, they chose to learn from their mistake and move on. From getting a parking ticket, or speeding ticket, to family squabbles to life-changers such as the loss of a job, Allen offers wisdom, good humor, and coping skills that improve the quality of life.

    You Can't Ruin My Day is designed to help you unload the burdens you have been carrying around with you. The book is not only filled with wise words but also inspiring stories and anecdotes, insightful and motivational quotations, and lighthearted and laugh-producing material.


    For more information visit: http://allenklein.com/

  • 02:01

    Export Analysis -Stock Market Meltdown w/Chris Markowski; Weekend review

    in Politics Conservative

    Program Time: 8AM-10AM EST


    Review of the weekend in politics followed by Chris Markowski - Watchdog on Wall Street and Analytical Financial Expert- will be joining us ""In the Pickle Barrel". Get all the answers from the Watchdog on Wall Street. Hear how the stock market works. Find out what’s next! After seeing 6% of their money evaporate this week to drop 8% from the recent highs- investors are wondering how much uglier things can get.Seeing such a rapid decline is a reminder this bull market has gone untested for too long and the pain could get worse - much worse to bring valuations back in line with reality.


    * What is a Bull Market?


    * What is a low market under pressure?


    * Why is it hard to predict the stock market fluctuations?


    * What is going on in today’s market?


    Chris has gone head to head with and exposed the large brokerage houses, the dot-com scams, Enron, Credit Crunch, Madoff Scandal, WorldCom, the real estate bubble, Corrupt Politicians and the Nefarious Activities of the "Too Big to Fail" Banks…Chris used his Wall Street position to expose the Villains and Facilitated in bringing down the Very Firm that he Helped Build, Sacrificing Millions for Honesty and Integrity.


    In addition, we will take a look at updated political news, rumors, and junk. I will let you decide which is which by sharing your views in the online Chat Room or by calling (toll free) 855-236-2486 to share your points live on air.


    See you at 8AM-10AM EST.

  • Expert Analysis by Chris Markowski - Stock Market Meltdown and more

    in Politics Conservative

    Program Time: 8AM-10AM EST


    Chris Markowski - Watchdog on Wall Street and Analytical Financial Expert- will be joining us ""In the Pickle Barrel". Get all the answers from the Watchdog on Wall Street. Hear how the stock market works. Find out what’s next! After seeing 6% of their money evaporate this week to drop 8% from the recent highs- investors are wondering how much uglier things can get.Seeing such a rapid decline is a reminder this bull market has gone untested for too long and the pain could get worse - much worse to bring valuations back in line with reality.


    * What is a Bull Market?


    * What is a low market under pressure?


    * Why is it hard to predict the stock market fluctuations?


    * What is going on in today’s market?


    Chris has gone head to head with and exposed the large brokerage houses, the dot-com scams, Enron, Credit Crunch, Madoff Scandal, WorldCom, the real estate bubble, Corrupt Politicians and the Nefarious Activities of the "Too Big to Fail" Banks…Chris used his Wall Street position to expose the Villains and Facilitated in bringing down the Very Firm that he Helped Build, Sacrificing Millions for Honesty and Integrity.


    In addition, we will take a lookat updated political news, rumors, and junk. I will let you decide which is which by sharing your views in the online Chat Room or by calling (toll free) 855-236-2486 to share your points live on air.


    Hope to see you at 8AM-10AM EST.


     


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  • 01:08

    Ron Nawrocki - Wealth DNA

    in Finance

     Bankruptcy: Investor’s Perspective - The Wealth DNA radio show is dedicated to helping you increase your wealth, as well as educating savers & investors. During this show we’ll share a wealth of information on topic that investors & savers seldom have to deal with – Bankruptcy. It’s very rare that investors file bankruptcy, but there was clearly a surge during the Great Recession. Have you wondered why? Certainly they weren’t all clients of Bernie Madoff or MF Global.
     
    As we heard on a recent show, our portfolios can be negatively affected by one of our publicly traded investments filing for bankruptcy. Is that the only time you have to worry about bankruptcy? Let’s not forget about investments in private companies, landlords dealing with tenant bankruptcy, private mortgage lenders, and business owners who have clients file bankruptcy. What about your bank CD’s if the FDIC filed for bankruptcy? Municipal bonds if a city files bankruptcy? Or what about Treasury Bills or other sovereign debt if that country files bankruptcy?!
     
    Our guest David Knapper, Principal of Knapper Law in Phoenix AZ specializing in Bankruptcy, Business Law, and Commercial Litigation. He earned his BS cum laude from Drake Univ. and his JD with honors from the Univ. of Iowa. Mr. Knapper holds a 5 star rating by his peers, is a member and past President of the Arizona Trustee Assoc. I had the opportunity to meet him as the expert brought in by AZREIA to educate real estate investors about the perils and opportunities in bankruptcy.
     
    Unless you’re one of the few investors who are well versed on how to deal with the various types of bankruptcies, or you expect to be lucky and avoid being impacted for the rest of your life ... grab a cup of coffee, tea, glass of wine, or your favorite beverage and join us for Bankruptcy: Investor’s Perspective ...

  • 00:56

    ClearHeartLife w GodIs ShaniAsantewaa: Dream Community>How to Handle Bullies

    in Self Help

    If we lived in an Intentional Community of like minded individuals along with our family members any of whom may have a variety of bullying, abuse, violence, anti social mental/emotional/spiritual health behaviors...... what preventative actions would you favor? what curative actions would you favor? What system of governing? enforcement?  What things are you moving AWAY from? What would you move toward?  What would you desire for yourself or family member as the agressor? What would you desire for yourself or family member as the victim?  What are current best practices in teh USofA and worldwide, what measures have been taken by societies of the past? Where is the Love & the Wholesomeness?
    Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Cyber Bullying, Police Brutality, GMOs, Toxins, ChemTails, Predatory Lending, Bernie Madoff, Patriot Act.....

    GodIs Shani Asantewaa Sheryl Strothers is a Civil Engineer (Transportation, Urban Planning, Aviation) MIT '84, Mother of 4 young adults, daughter of an Architect & History Teacher, granddaughter of farmers, herbalists & artists, founder of an organic food coop, athlete, metaphysician, prepper, gardener, survivalist & belly dance instructor. Book her now 215.253.2134.

  • 01:59

    Bigg D's Music Toss-Up w.s.g Dyrt Madoff

    in Music

    Your Host Bigg D will be spinning the best in underground and mainstream hip-hop from 10 pm to 12am every thursday ...

  • 01:31
  • 02:11

    O ye Drybones: More Riots to come under Keynesian Rulership

    in Current Events

    If Keynes were alive today, he might be warning of a repeat of 1937, when policy mistakes turned a promising recovery into history’s worst double dip. This time, Europe is the danger zone; then it was the U.S. What’s called the Great Depression was really two steep downturns in the U.S. The first ended in 1933. It was followed by four years of output growth averaging more than 9 percent a year, one of the strongest recoveries ever. What aborted the comeback is still debated. Some economists blame President Franklin Roosevelt for signing tax hikes and cuts in New Deal jobs programs.On Wall Street, Keynesianism never really died, because its theories did a good job of explaining the short-term fluctuations bank economists are paid to predict. “We approach forecasting more from a Keynesian perspective whether we like him or not,” says Joseph LaVorgna, chief U.S. economist at Deutsche Bank Securities.He made and lost fortunes as an investor and died rich. In 1919, in a prescient book called The Economic Consequences of the Peace, he condemned harsh reparations imposed on Germany after World War I, which were so punitive that they helped create the conditions for Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich. In 1936 he essentially invented the field of macroeconomics in his masterwork.The crisis-induced embrace of Keynes infuriated the likes of German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück, who complained in 2008, “The same people who would never touch deficit spending are now tossing around billions. The switch from decades of supply-side politics all the way to a crass Keynesianism is breathtaking.” Wrote John Cochrane of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business on his website: “If you believe the Keynesian argument for stimulus, you should think Bernie Madoff is a hero. Seriously. He took money from people who were saving it, and gave it to people who most assuredly were going to spend it.