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Dr. Gusmano’s research interests include politics of health care reform, comparative health systems, aging, health and health care inequalities, and normative theories of policy analysis. His most recent book, Health Care in World Cities (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010), documents the implications of national and local health care policies for access to care in New York, London and Paris. The first book from the World Cities Project, Growing Older in World Cities (Vanderbilt University Press, 2006), which explored how the largest cities in the OECD are addressing the challenges and opportunities associated with population aging. He holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Maryland at College Park and a Masters in public policy from the State University of New York at Albany. He was also post-doctoral fellow in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholars in Health Policy program at Yale University (1995-1997). Dr. Gusmano is member of the Academy of Management, the American Political Science Association (APSA), the American Public Health Association, the Gerontological Society of America, and is the secretary of APSA’s Organized Section on Health Politics and Policy. He serves on the editorial boards for the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law and Health Economics Policy and Law.
The fast food business is one of the most grueling and demanding aspects of the public service industry. Workers serve thousands of strangers in an eight-hour shift, sometimes with no thank you's. Normally, employees are allowed meals from where they work at a discounted price. However, for those that can't afford even the discount, or are struggling, the prepared foods that are left unsold at the end of the night, counted as waste are off-limits are off-limits to the workers, but give to the trash. If employees are caught taking home these foods, they are reprimanded or terminated. Is this a fair practice?
MONDAY, April 22nd, 2013- TONIGHT we are discussing SEX TRAFFICKING & TECHNOLOGY. From accepting mobile payments to live Tweeting their cam shows, Bay Area (Silicon Valley) sex workers have adopted the technology developed in the area for their own businesses.Call in, share insight or your experience surrounding the topic. Dial 917.889.3926 to join the discussion and comment LIVE. Real talk. Real People. Real Times. We are TM Hyman Radio!
H1B jobs allows for workers to be imported to America and to work. H1B workers are not working for cheaper wages tha Americans.
H1B workers are not doing jobs Americans refuse to do
H1B workers are not accepting jobs Americans not able to do.
H1B workers are not accepting jobs American are not available to do
H1B workers are getting jobs that American companies, (ALEC), has attested to that they are unable to find Americans who will take the jobs; the job; Americans who can do the jobs; or workers are available to do the jobs.
Sen Sessions seems to be on the right track toward assuring that Americans who can do these jobs get these jobs before even considering workers be imported to America to do these jobs.
Learn more about H1B jobs. Listen in today, please. We have to stop the importing of foreign workers while Americans are losing jobs, homes, healthcare because Americans cannot get hired by American companies.
We have a terrific show this week. Topics include:
1. May 1st International Workers Day and the ugly trend in worker benefits and compensation globally
2. Next, are we finally going to get somewhere on Reasonable Guns Control Legislation?
3. Then Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor talks about Bush v Gore regrets
We will also have our Trademark weekly hall of fame and shame for those politicians and prominent individuals who made great sense, or shameful nonsense, respectively.
Today I'll be celebrating International Workers Day on air with commentary and the following play list of programs:
Free Speech Radio News headlines after which I will be announcing the changes in our work week broadcast schedule, the latest links for live May First news coverage as it develops around the world and here in the U.S.
The latest Tax Justice Network's "Tax Cast" from Naomi Fowler.
A special May 1st broadcast of Smells Like Human Spirit podcast #66 with Dr. Michael Parenti on the "Make Believe Media."
The famously funny and sharp master at the mixing board Virtual Renderings will finish off the Download Zone - 3rd hour. VR is available free in full stereo at Radio4All(don)Net.
Appropriate music provided by the late Utah Phillips, David Rovics, Billy Bragg, Dick Gaughan and others.
Have a great International Workers Day!
We the People Are One Sen. Paul seems to believe we need to pass his type of immigration reform making even easier for the illegals to move from one job category to another thereby having even more of a negative effect on the American Worker and this guy wants to be President, it's time for All of US to take a Stand for Ourselves as the Gang of Eight isn't working for US and never will. Vans programs consist mainly on Political Issues and his Comments on them. He'll have Guests, and take Calls @ 347-857-4804 / 877-572-4283, join us in the Chat Room with your comments & questions. We appreciate your Sharing the Program. I also hope you'll join me on Face Book with comment
Did you known that opression can come crom those you love and trust the most? Today my goal is to let you know that your oppression can come from family, friends and co workers.You don't have to wak around looking for trouble, it is always present, you just has to remember that no weapon formed a gainst you will not prosper.Isaiah 54:17
Jesus told us in Luke 12:52 For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two, and two against three...
But you must remember it is God who vindicates us.
Psalms 55:12 says it was not an enemy that reporached me; then i could have borne it,......
Coming at you a little late this week, Elias Wilkin brings the view of Spiritual Politics to bear upon the question of workers' rights, particularly the issue of wages. He'll examine the rights of property and contract, in the terms of Spiritual philosophy, and then lay out a view of the role the government should (or should not) play in the regulation of labor.