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Michelangelo Lopez and Team LightSpeed will explain why their system is blowing everyone away. It is not some pretty boy replicated site system where you try to make money selling silly stuff that has nothing to do with the opportunity...
Want to learn Exactly what you will need to do to earn six figures? Listen to this show!
This week, Gene & Russell will be joined by the Executive Director of the Hispanic Leadership Fund, Mario H. Lopez to discuss recent policy conclusions that indicate skilled immigrants can stimulate economic growth for our nation.
The Institute for Policy Innovation has just released a report that concludes that that wages rise fastest in U.S. cities with the greatest influx of highly skilled immigrants. Findings indicate that U.S. cities with the greatest increase of immigrants specializing in the STEM professions (science, technology, engineering and math) between 1990 and 2010 saw an increase in wages for college-educated, native-born Americans by 7 percentage points, and 3 percentage points for the non-college-educated population.In other words, skilled immigrants are good for the economy AND for your pocketbook.
Plus, we'll recap the week that was in NY Politics, including the Smith / Halloran Corruption Trial!
Tonight's special guest is Jojo Sayson, founder and CEO of Project Michelangelo. Jojo is a community leader with influences that span from Kankakee County Illinois to NASA, to his beloved homeland, the Philipines. Jojo joins the Ladies of the Diner tonight to share some of his multiple passions and his recent endeavor with Project Michelangelo. For ways that you can help, check out Jojo's Go Fund Me Project. . Jojo Sayson's Bio
Midwest Mondays co-host Diane B. and Mary E., bring spring and share with their listeners all the happening things going on in their communities and Chicago. Excerpts from an interview with Geja's Cafe, General Manager. They will also be sharing Mother's Day ideas, and more! Tonight's musical guest is Steve Champagne, of Champagne and LaLuna, currently ranked #1 in their community on Reverbnation.Diane Blanchette is an artist from Kankakee Illinois. She was recently selected to be one of only 10 artists to participate in an area wide are project in Kankakee County. Mary E. LaLuna is the executive producer/host of ArtSees Diner Radio. She is an author, blogger, musician, creator of ArtSees Diner and an artist, currently residing in Northwest Indiana. Steve Champagne is creative producer/contributor to ArtSees Productions, engineer for ArtSees Diner Radio. He is also an independent musician, and a part of acoustic group, Champagne and LaLuna.
Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say each Monday to Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Clare Lopez from the Center for Security Policy joins us to discuss Bergdahl and the Hagel Hearing
Amber Lopez is a survivor of child abuse, human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence and has struggled with numerous mental illnesses such as PTS and severe depression. Ambers last "normal" childhood memory was dancing with a dance production company called "Starshine Stage Players". Shortly before her 12th birthday, her dreams of becoming a professional ballet dancer abruptly ended and her life was tragically changed forever. She was abducted, drugged and traded to a man who was epitome of evil. She was held in captivity as a sex slave for 30 days and in that time she was raped & abused repeatedly, beat with the butt of a gun and forced to watch one of the four other children, who was also captive, be sexually abused as well. As a result of a lifetime of addictions, four years ago she was told that she only had 2 years to live from a diagnosis of severe chronic pancreatitis and liver damage but by the grace of God 3 months later there were no signs of damage. Currently Amber is writing her first book and is an active member of “Made for Them” and “Breaking the Chains” which are local anti-human trafficking organizations/ministries. She is also a mother of 5 boys and plans to continue her education majoring in Journalism.
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Host Cyrus Webb begins his 6th year on Blogtalkradio by welcoming author Jenny Cutler Lopez to Conversations LIVE to discuss what led to the writing of WHO I AM: American Scar Stories and what she hopes readers take away from it.
Topic : Is an Islamic Caliphate rising up this week in Iraq? Rick talks with Retired U.S. General Paul Vallely and retired CIA special operations officer Clare Lopez. Later in the program, Brandon Smith talks with Rick about the mysterious U.S. Treasury bond transactions in Belgium. One hour of uncensored news!
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I've been shouting the lovely Cara Lopez Lee out on Twitter as a #winsomewriter for ages before I (finally) decided the time had come to invite this wonderful author of They Only Eat Their Husbands on the Lowdown! I can't wait to chat with her about her ghostwriting, editing, and journalistic adventures, too!
Cara Lopez Lee is the author of the memoir "They Only Eat Their Husbands" and coauthor of the novel "Back in the Real World." Cara has written, edited, or ghostwritten more than a dozen books. She coaches writers of all ages and abilities, and leads youth workshops for Denver's Lighthouse Writers Workshop. Her stories have appeared in The Los Angeles Times, Denver Post, Santa Fe New Mexican, Connotation Press, and Wazee Journal. She was a TV journalist in Alaska and North Carolina, and a writer/producer for HGTV, Food Network, and Discovery Health. Cara and her husband live in Denver.
Strategic policy expert and former CIA officer, Clare Lopez, shares the damming verdict reached by the Citizen’s Commission on Benghazi; namely that under Obama, the U.S. has “switched sides” in the war on terror and now openly supports Al Qaeda Jihadists. Joining Lopez on the commission were several high-profile individuals including Ret. General Paul Vallely, Ret. General Thomas McInerney, Ret. Admiral James Lyons Ret. Lieutenant Colonel Allen West, among others from the defense and intelligence community. Later in the program, Gary Marbut, discusses the egregious actions of the EPA in their attempt to suppress ammunition production by a Bozeman, MT company.