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The 2014-15 NBA regular season is rapidly approaching!
In advance of Opening Night, we will be conducting our annual divisional preview shows. This week, we will be dissecting the ultra-competitive Pacific Division.
Will the Los Angeles Clippers be able to fend off their divisional foes and retain their Pacififc Division crown? Can a healthy Kobe Bryant help the L.A. Lakers return to relevancy following a dismal 2013-14 campaign? Will Stephen Curry continue his ascension to stardom under new head coach Steve Kerr? Will the Phoenix Suns emerge as legitimate contenders the Western Conference?
Be sure to join the boys from NBA Live Talk every Friday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. EST, only on Blog Talk Radio!
Adam Rickert and Brian Bobal are back and will begin their weekly division-by-division previews by tackling the rough Pacific Division. The two will go through a preview of what to expect from each of the seven teams on or near the West Coast and finish the show with their own personal predictions. Will the Anaheim Ducks win their third straight division title? Will the Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings win the Pacific for the first time? Will the San Jose Sharks finally rise up? Or will a dark horse team surprise everyone? Tune in to Top Shelf Hockey at 8:30 ET/5:30 PT on Monday night to find out!
Tonight we will share with you our favorite haunts of the Pacific Northwest. The Haunted Hunters has completed many noteworthy investigations of famously haunted locations and will share with you our tales. We will also share with you our bucket list of haunts we have yet to visit.
Wednesday, November 19, 6pm EST: Due to the profound importance of a what is called a trade agreement being negotiated in secrecy by heads of state of some 11 countries world-wide and the political, economic and jurisdictional implications of this, I am convening another Round Table this week on the subject of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, (TPP).
Most people, even educated and politically attentive, don’t know about the TPP or what it’s about or its implications, which is why we’re doing a third show on this.
In short, what is being called a ‘trade agreement’ such as NAFTA and others, is more accurately a political coup d’etat through which a corporate advisory counsel’s decision-making would have authority over sovereign nation’s democratically elected officials, e.g., Congresses, Parliaments, Prime Ministers and Presidents. Sovereign nations could be sued for profits which were projected by a given company’s accounting departments but not realized (for any number of reasons, including inferior product, service or not finding the assumed presence of natural resources in a given location).
Please tune in and post the link of this and last week’s show in all of your social media and lists. Here’s the link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/abetterworld/2014/11/12/rocky-anderson-gerald-celente-kali-katt-on-the-trans-pacific-partnership.
Joining in discussion with Mitchell is Arthur Stamoulis, Director of the Citizen’s Trade Campaign, and another of his colleagues.
In December 2012, Mitchell interviewed Mitch Jones of Food & Water Watch on the TPP.
Today on BR on the World we cover Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Unlike the WTO or other multilateral trade bodies, APEC has no treaty obligations required of its participants. Decisions made within APEC are reached by consensus and commitments are undertaken on a voluntary basis,21 members - referred to as "member economies" - which account for approximately 40 percent of the world's population, approximately 55 percent of world GDP and about 44 percent of world trade. Member Economies are Australia; Brunei Darussalam; Canada; Chile; People's Republic of China; Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Japan; Republic of Korea; Malaysia; Mexico; New Zealand; Papua New Guinea; Peru; The Republic of the Philippines; The Russian Federation; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; Thailand; United States of America; Viet Nam.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Rant, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec stay away from a rant, and turn their attention to week 17, of the NFL. There are four divsion titles on the line. We start in the AFC, the Sunday night game, is for all the marbles, in the AFC North. The Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers will battle to see who will host a playoff game. Both teams have clinched a playoff berth with 10 wins. Although, all other divisions are claimed, the AFC still has one playoff sport remaining. Currently, the San Diego Chargers control their own destiny. A Chargers win over Kansas City Chiefs, will put them in the playoffs. A Chargers loss, could open the door for the Baltimore Ravens, Houston Texans, or Kansas City Chiefs.
All of the NFC playoff berths are locked. However, there are three division titles on the line. The high powered NFC South (Ok, just a bit sarcastic) has the Atlanta Falcons (6-9) battling the Carolina Panthers (6-8-1). A team under .500 will host a first round playoff game, next weekend. The NFC West has the two 11-4 teams battling for the Division Title and possible first round bye. The loser of the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks game, will have to go on the road, as a wildcard team. Finally, the NFC North, is in the same situation, the loser of the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers, will travel next weekend.
What games are you most interested in watching? What teams will claim their division title? Listen in or call the show with your thoughts!
Join me tonight along with other leaders as we discuss Club Moringa's new Home Party Division "Sptitz Me Now".
We have so many updates on how we are conducting these parties and we have updated our training materials....
get your team members on the call because we are going to explode in 2015 and we want to make sure all your team members are taking advantage of all we have created...
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will discuss the Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions. The winner will claim the NFC North Division title, and host a playoff game. The Green Bay Packers could possibly clinch home field advantage, with some help. However, is the division title necessary?
The NFC North has been in existence, for 12 years. No division winner has won the Super Bowl, and only the 2006 Chicago Bears went, to the Super Bowl. Since winning the Super Bowl, in 1996, the Green Bay Packers have won eight division titles. The only time they went back to the Super Bowl, was the following year in 2007. Therefore, the last seven times they won the division, the have been eliminated; from the playoffs, before making the Super Bowl.
One of the Packers four losses, has been to the Detroit Lions. The defense played well, and a sluggish offense allowed more point, than they scored. A fumble return for a touchdown, and a safety accounted for nine of the Lions 19 points. The defense held Matthew Stafford, without a touchdown pass, and forced two interceptions. However, Aaron Rodgers was held to 162 yards passing, and was sacked two times. Listen in and call the show.
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In this episode of True North with Rev. Dr. Ross Riggs , Dr. Riggs delivers his weekly message live from Budapest. This week's message: AN ABRAHAM KIND OF FAITH
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