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  • 01:03

    USCHO Live! Season 4, Episode 14: Rand Pecknold, Nate Ewell

    in Sports

    Our scheduled guests on the February 10, 2015, episode of USCHO Live! are Quinnipiac coach Rand Pecknold, whose No. 13 Bobcats sit atop the ECAC Hockey standings, and College Hockey Inc. deputy executive director Nate Ewell.


    About the hosts


    Jim Connelly is a senior writer at USCHO.com and has been with the site since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with USCHO.com as the correspondent covering the MAAC, which nowadays is known as Atlantic Hockey. Each week during the season, he co-writes "Tuesday Morning Quarterback." Jim is the winner of the 2012 Joe Concannon award, and is a studio analyst for NESN.


    Ed Trefzger has been part of USCHO since 1999 and now serves as a senior writer and director of technology. He has been a part of the radio broadcasts of Rochester Institute of Technology hockey since their inception -- serving as a producer, studio host, color commentator and as RIT's play-by-play voice for eight seasons. Ed is general manager of CBS Sports Radio affiliate 105.5 The Team in Rochester, N.Y., and COO of its parent company, Genesee Media Corporation.


     

  • 00:08

    Quinnipiac news conference after 2013 Frozen Four championship game loss

    in Hockey

    Quinnipiac coach Rand Pecknold and captain Zack Currie addressed questions from the media after a 4-0 NCAA championship game loss to Yale, April 13, 2013.

  • 00:18

    Quinnipiac news conference after 2013 Frozen Four semifinal

    in Hockey

    Quinnipiac coach Rand Pecknold and players Zach Davies, Jeremy Langlois and Jordan Samuels-Thomas addressed questions from the media after a 4-1 NCAA semifinal win over St. Cloud State, April 11, 2013.

  • 00:59

    Obama the Clown President

    in Politics Conservative

    Beclowning is unbecoming for an American President. But for Barack Obama the clown suit fits fine. Our enemies are laughing; we are not.


    A clear majority of the American people say that the Obama administration is not competent to manage the affairs of the U.S. government, according to a Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday.


    When Obama took office, he had a dazzling 67 percent approval to only 13 percent disapproval. Only one in five disapproved of the president and most of that can be chalked up to natural ideological differences and the fact that he belongs to a different political party. Now, after he won his second election, he has a dismal 40% approval and 52% disapproval. Results matter.


    This cannot be emphasized strongly enough: the American people are not “racists.” They are good and decent people who have lost their patience with the Obama administration’s blame games, lack of accountability, You can only smear your opponents with baseless charges for so long before people wise up and realize they’re being played.

  • 00:58

    Talking Foreign Affairs w/ Van Hipp

    in Politics

    Brooklyn GOP Radio welcomed a friend of the show who will be discussing the latest on the crises in the Middle East - Van Hipp, Former Deputy Asst. Secretary of the Army under President George H.W. Bush. 


    In 1990, Van Hipp was sworn in as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Reserve Forces and Mobilization). In this capacity, he served as the Army Secretariat’s “point man” for the successful mobilization, and then demobilization, of the Army’s reserve forces for Operation Desert Shield/Storm.  Van is currently the Chairman of American Defense International, Inc. (ADI), a Washington, DC based consulting firm specializing in government affairs, business development and public relations who is an expert commentator on the War on Terror and has been a guest on virtually every major cable news network’s major news programming. 


    Plus, join Gene Berardelli and Russell Gallo on a tour of the week that was in political news, including the latest out of Ferguson, MO, the Quinnipiac poll that shows how polarizing Rev. Al Sharpton really is and the flap between Bill de Blasio and a law enforcement union over DNC 2016.  Plus, a BIG announcement about the future of Brooklyn GOP Radio that is NOT to be missed?  


    Click-bait, much?  You bet!  But tune in anyways!

  • 00:42

    Friday Java 4 July 2014

    in Politics

    The political magazine with a full cup of Coffee and a few polling numbers in between the refills.
    La revista política con una taza llena de café y algunos números de las encuestas entre las recargas.


     

  • 00:31

    Baseball and Statisics, Dr. Stanley Rotheman

    in Culture

    Join Eric and Dr. Rothman Monday at Noon on Talk With Turcio. Dr. Rothman is a Math Professor at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT. He will discuss his new book on various statistical data of baseball players. Dr. Rothamn will chat about how the quantitative data from a baseball player is analyzed and used to compare to other players with similiar data. 

  • 00:31

    Staying the Course When You Decide To Go Solo

    in Legal

    When you first commit to the whole concept of entrepreneurship, starting a solo practice, you are simultaneously ecstatic and frantic and giddy and fretful.  Once the decision is made, though, it seems you can't get started soon enough.  You want to realize your dreams of self-employment, the autonomy, and the flexibility.


     


    However, once the euphoria fades, how do you stay the course and realize your dreams? Learn some tips and tricks to help you navigate the dips and valleys known as solo practice which will be an eventuality for the majority of lawyers at some point in their professional lives.


     


    Susan Cartier Liebel is the Founder and CEO of Solo Practice University® (solopracticeuniversity.com), the only online educational and professional networking community for lawyers and law students who want to create and grow their solo or small firm practices.


     


    Susan is a coach/consultant for solos, entrepreneur mentor for LawWithoutWalls.org, member of the advisory board for the innovative Suffolk School of Law - Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation, an attorney who started her own practice right out of law school, adjunct professor at Quinnipiac University School of Law for eight years teaching law students how to open their own practices, frequent speaker, and columnist for LawyersUSA Weekly, Connecticut Law Tribune, The Complete Lawyer, and Law.com. She's contributed to numerous legal publications and books offering both practical knowledge and inspiration.

  • 00:13

    Professor Khalilah Brown-Dean on the Politics of Punishment

    in Politics

    The politics of punishment is today’s topic. The "tough on crime" ethos that entered American public policy during the Reagan years still reverberates through certain American communities.


    Billions of dollars more have been spent since to support the incarceration of millions of Americans.


    My guest today argues that the impact of these policies touch more than just the person who is convicted of a crime.


    Khalilah Brown-Dean is associate professor of political science at Quinnipiac University. Her next book is titled Once Convicted, Forever Doomed and examines the impact of the criminal justice system on African American and Latino communities.

  • 00:45

    Should Donald Trump Run As a Democrat in 2016 ?

    in Politics

     


    All signs point to “The Donald” making a run for the White House in 2016 and in a nutshell this is his message, “Republicans need to pick the right person for the next cycle.”So expect his bumper sticker to read something like, “Trump is right,” and let’s examine some recent media reports leading one to conclude that Trump is “right now” laying the groundwork for a serious presidential campaign.Redstate
    But,what about a run as a Democrat ?


    Billionaire businessman and reality TV personality Donald Trump has grabbed headlines recently by teasing his possible entry into New York’s 2014 gubernatorial race, but according to a new poll, New York voters aren’t exactly racing to coronate Governor Trump.The survey, released  by Quinnipiac, shows Gov. Andrew Cuomo, D-N.Y., defeating Trump by a greater than 2-to-1 margin, earning the support of 63 percent of New York voters compared to Trump’s 26 percent.

  • 00:13

    Khalilah Brown-Dean Discusses the Politics of Punishment

    in Politics

    The politics of punishment is today’s topic. A “tough on crime” ethos that entered American public policy during the Reagan years still reverberates through certain American communities.


    Billions of dollars more have been spent since to support the incarceration of millions of Americans.


    My guest today argues that the impact of these policies touch more than just the person who is convicted of a crime.


    Khalilah Brown-Dean is associate professor of political science at Quinnipiac University. Her next book is titled Once Convicted, Forever Doomed and examines the impact of the criminal justice system on African American and Latino communities.


     


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