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Discussing the aftermath of the GOP Debate and how the old adage of Divide and Conquer is playing out among Americans. Assignment: tells the stories of America from history, military, politics, social and economic to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
Sandmich and Egg tackle the Israel and Palestine confict. We dive deep into America's political divide and just how divided we are. Fun pack show. We also discuss which presidents ran up our national debt the most and which ones cut the debt. HINT: debt cutters lived long ago and are few and far detween.
Join Austin Thomas on UNRAVELING THE MATRIX Sat 12/12/2015 as we discuss Divide and Conquer Techniques ... 6pm pst / 9pm est OPEN LINES # 347-855-8301 press 1 to join the discussion.....
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Join us Sunday night as we talk about major news and political events of the week, including the LAUSD school closure, the first Fed rate hike in over a decade, and the Sanders campaign fallout with the DNC. We will also have a panel of local political guests to give us their impression of the latest Presidential debates, including who they think won and who they believe should wrap up their campaigns.
We will also be starting our candidate spotlight segment as we kick-off the 2016 campaigning season. Our first guest will be Marcus Musante (D), who is running to replace Congressmember Janice Hahn as the representative for the 44th District, which includes Compton, Carson, Wilmington and most of San Pedro.
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Jimmy Carter is still teaching Sunday school in his 90s. He has built a lot of habitats for humanity houses. He keeps on trudging onto the eternal light. Who else can set an example? This year we look to leaders who will guide us to better decisions to determine our future. We discuss the course of our religious values and sources of inspirations among the vast field of candidates beyond Trump. All three co hosts somehow get into a metaphor of greed of how the L.A. aqueduct system drained Owens Lake in Calif. We talk about political campaign donor limits and more....
Only about 1000 of 170,000 Democratic votes counted?
Trump running for President of the USA - and he manages to get THIS FAR?
Unethical, if not illegal mailers sent by one campaign to threaten voters with violations for not voting?
Cruz born in Canada - is he even eligible?
Well, SERIOUSLY, politics are weird everywhere, but caucuses are condisederd the weirdest - even by political junkies. We junkies usually consider them the most fun, too.
But Hillary is NOT the ONLY one who won coin tosses in Iowa Monday night. Bernie won a handful, too.
Cruz's campaign sent out an offical looking mailer that actually threatened people with a "violation" if they didn't come out and caucus.
Trump LOST - now he is seeking to have the election "overturned," or the results "vacated."
I will open up the lines tonight, so we can discuss this political weirdness and more on tonight's show.
Let's keep it "clean," and have fun.
Join me tonight at 11:00
Suffering of believers is not something that you hear in many churches today. It is kind of a hard sale, join up and suffer!! That is not a slogan of hope and change is it. However the fact of the matter is just that, tough and not easy to handle. The prosperity crowd would not have you to understand this fact. They want to tickle that ear, give you what sounds good. If you don’t like something in this book, that’s ok. We can change it, it doesn’t always mean what you think. Accept and have the roads paved with gold if that is what you want. God wants you to be happy and is here to fight your fights and fill your desires.
Bards Logic discusses the 2016 Iowa Caucus. The votes are in. The Democrat race was a virtual tie hinting at Hillary Clinton's vulnerability. Ted Cruz ( as the Host predicted) wins Iowa. Front Runner Donald Trump gearing for New Hampshire. Marco Rubio sets himself for the pick of the Establishment.
We have commentary and analysis from the host, panalists, and the grassroots audience. You will hear the recent polls and delegate counts as well as Ted Cruz's Victory Speech in it's entirety. We will discuss who is still in and who is out.
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Also Presidential Primary candidate Constitution Party J.R. Myers
Our Guest: President of the Native American Club and a National Merit Semifinalist. Board of Directors of the Great Falls Native American Association Founding member of the Great Falls NAACP. Republican Precinct Committeeman and Flathead County Republican Central Committee. B.S. in Liberal Arts, Cum Laude University of Great Falls, Masters of Human Services and Masters of Professional Counseling. Political resume includes affiliation, service and leadership in the Montana Republican, Libertarian and Reform Parties, the last two which he chaired. 2003, member of the Alaskan Independence Party for seven years, rising to become AIP Vice Chair. In 2010 founded and Chaired the Alaska Constitution Party, a formally affiliated with the national Constitution Party. Recently elected President of the Alaska Counseling Association. http://jrmyersforpresident.com/
The Southern California Political Round-up is back on the air on Sunday nights at 6pm PST, 9pm EST, to go over the past week's political events and prepare you for the upcoming week's expectations.
We will go over the latest in the presidential races every Sunday night, hear from local elected officials, political candidates and activists, and other guests striving to make a difference in Southern California. We have expanded to two hours as we invite more guests, including many of you, to participate in political topic panels. We also plan to expand our coverage greatly to include as many Southern California election races, from the Presidential primaries and Congressional races to the local races where conservatives need the support.
On this show, Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council board member Shannon Ross will join us to talk about some local issues she's working on in the San Pedro community, including the increasing homelessness attention. We'll also talk about the increasing intensity in the GOP Presidential Primary, as well as how the Democratic Presidential Primary is shifting.
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