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We chat with the Editor of The Only Colors, Pete Rossman, about all things Michigan State, including how they match up wtih Ohio State, whether their offense can continue to improve and who should be more explosive next season, what they can do to beat Oregon, and what needs to happen for the season to be a success, how they're able to win without attracting big name recruits, and more.
Our Big Ten and Ohio State opponent preview series continues with a closer look at Michigan with Josh Henshke of Maize n Brew. In particular, we talk about whether Michigan has a QB battle (or if they need one), how their running back situation is going to develop, why their line stunk with so many great athletes, and how it's going to get better, expectations for Brady Hoke and this team, and a closer look at the defense.
Our special guest tonight hails from Detroit, Michigan. The oldest of four siblings, she graduated from Cody High School in 1976. She's happily married to Wallace F. Hoskins, Jr. with 3 kids. She became a certified paralegal at the American Institute of Paralegal Studies before recieving an Associates Degree in Arts from Wayne County Community College. Then went on to earned her Bachelor's Degree in Business Management from Walsh College in Troy, Michigan.
After earning her degrees, she worked as a Corrections Officer for the Michigan Department of Corrections where she stayed for 3 years. She transitioned to the field of parole and probation thereafter. Other jobs had her working as a Bill Collector for Credit Acceptance Corporation, the Crisis Intervention Advocate for Detroit and Inkster Public Schools.
Today she has her own popular radio show, STAND UP NOW with Cynthia Johnson, and is ready to lead and serve all the people in the House of Representatives, hoping to serve in District 5. You can hear her show every Tuesdays on 1440AM-WDRJ from 10:30am to 11:00am. Her co-host is Political Reporter Levonia Perryman-Fairfax. It's a radio show that showcases Detroiters who are making a positive difference in their City. As we all know, Detroit has gone down but trying to make a comeback out of economic depression.
Michigan's Democratic Primary is set for Tuesday, August 5th, 2014.
We are pleased to have this strong woman here to promote her campaign. Kitchen Politics 123 Radio Show with Dave & Lori proudly introduces the next State Representative from Michigan- District 5, Cynthia A. Johnson!
READ Dave's Column: www.liberalfix.com
Tonight we get right back to the heart of State Sovereignty as we discuss the State Repeal Amendment with Lloyd Thomas Sloan . This amendment petition was introduced in the last Senate session and we will continue to push it hard. Listen in as we discuss a major piece of the State Sovereignty puzzle.
We'll review the day at Preppers and Patriots and Mike Slack will call to give us an update.
We are live at 7PM Missouri Time. You can call and participate at 347-677-1835. It's the best Saturday night you will spend this week.
When one thinks of compassion and enthusiasm for life, there is one person that comes to mind for everyone who knows, love and respect him. Our Special Guest tonight is just that. Born in Flint, Michigan he offers himself up to be the next State Senator hoping to represent District 34 come Tuesday, November 4, 2014. August 5, 2014 is the Michigan Primary. Certain key issues make him stand out from the crowded field of contenders. Love him or not, he's a fighter for:
The Repeal of the Right to Work State Law
Job creation to make Flint, Michigan the hub of Job creation
Fighting Crime: Address overcrowding in jails and reduce crime by putting more police on the street, tougher penalties and sentencing for people who break the law. Reduce crime and take Flint off the "Worst Cities In America" List.
Education: Funding should be a top priority again
Equal Right: Marriage should be for all and endorses Equal Work for Equal Pay
AGAINST the Emergency Manager Law that Governor Rick Synder signed into law.
Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean's Democracy for America has endorsed him.
Make checks payable to: Committee to Elect Nathan R. Morrish, PO Box 320693, Flint, MI 48532
Sign up to Volunteer: www.morrish4michiganstaterep.com TEL: 810-441-0068
Campaign Fundraiser: White Horse Tavern in Flint, Michigan on June 25, 2014 starting at 4:30pm
We are pleased to welcome Nathan Morrish!
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