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Tonight we discuss the Republican Debate!
3 others will be on the program: Caller of the program Herold, who worked under the George H.W. Bush Administration and the Clinton Administration, Steven Whiteman, a facebook friend of mine and political commentator, and James Clary, friend of the program and political Libertarian Commentator.
Tonight we'll be following the Republican Presidential Debate via Twitter and commenting on the insane, hilarious, and ridiculous shit that will most likely be said.
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A good deal of the commentary about the recent Republican candidate debate was couched in theatrical terms (many not so kind). It behooves us to look at how we define "theatre" and to apply that definition to what was going on in Cleveland. I'll also give you an update on the New York New Works Festival, which will feature one of my plays on August 17 in Manhattan. Please feel free to call into the show or to write to me at email@example.com to have your voice heard!
The Sons of Lincoln team breaks down the Republican debate and much more.
Today, THE COOL CRITICS will give their take on the recent REPUBLICAN DEBATE that was held in Cleveland, this past THURSDAY, August 6, 2015 - the city where the 2016 Republican convention will be held. You can see Cleveland hustling up the city to accommodate this event, as they have recently been handed (along with Detroit) several movie making facilites. Cleveland is ON THE MOVE!
Donald Trump appears to be leading, but so many critics (not us, cause we're COOL), say that Trump will do like all the other POLL LEADERS did from previous campaigns, where they are out in front early, but fizzle out. We'll have our take on that too - 347-205-9366 - Call in Ya'll in? 347-205-9366
I checked out both the first and second tier debates and I am interested in hearing you thoughts on the performance of the candidates. I heard the commentators after it was all said and done and I don't think we were watching the same debate. I know the establishment Republicans are upset with Donald Trump and want him to get out but could they have been less obvious with the way they were trying to go after him. I have a great idea for following the candidates over the next year. I have come up with a Sweet Sixteen bracket where you rank each candidate based on what you think their strengths are and as they drop out you cross them off and advance the next candidate to the next round. I am not big on betting money but you can never go wrong with bragging rights. We will also take a look at how Hillary is losing and what is happening with increasing the minimum wage for those who didn't earn it.
After taking a few weeks off, tonight Gerald? and I are back and we'll be talking about some of the hot stories in the news. We'll be discussing tennis pro James Blake and his mistaken identity arrest, Kentucky's county clerk, Kim Davis, and her refusal to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples, and the second round of the Republican Presidential debate. Tune in Wednesday, September 16 @ 9pm to listen live or if to join in the conversation directly from your phone by dialing (347) 989-1140 or stream live at www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalkwithnancy
Ryan Miner, the host of A Miner Detail as brought to you by the Change Montgomery County Radio network, will moderate a six-member panel on Thursday, September 17, 2015, beginning at 9:00 p.m.
Miner and his guests will analyze the CNN Republican presidential debate that was aired on Wednesday, September 16 on CNN.
The panel will include:
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Tune in at 9:00 p.m. to hear from a great panel!
Good evening, tomorrow morning on The Meter, we will discuss the aftermath of the second republican debate. Republicans sparred for the second time this week with CNN as the host. Many observers says businesswoman Carle Fiorina dominated the stage as it was no holds barred as each candidate attempted to distinguish themselves from the others. Donald Trump once again was the main target of the other participants. On the democratic side, Bernie Sanders continues to lead Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire as Joe Biden may be nearing a decision to enter the race. In other news, a Texas teen was arrested for brining a homemade clock that school officials though might me a bomb. Is this boy a victim of racial profiling or anti-gun hysteria? Please join us at 9:00 AM. The call in number is 347-308-8933. Your input is essential.