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Bi Talk Radio will be talking to Project Director, Sanford E. Gaylord to discussion issues facing black bisexual men and why studies are needed for funding, awareness, education and more. Project POWER is a collaborative venture between two institutions. The grantee for POWER is Nova Southeastern University, Dr. Isa Fernandez is our Principal Investigator based in Miami, FL. There is a subcontract to Stroger Hospital of Cook County/Hektoen Institute. Dr. Sybil Hosek is our Co-Principal I
From Mark Sanford's win in South Carolina to the President's incomprehensible stance on Plan B -- Cynematic and Donna Schwartz Mills weigh in on the week's political news in this topical discussion from the progressive POV, hosted by the MOMocrats. Produced by Engender Media Group.
Chapter 1: South Carolina Special Election Results
Robert Behre, Political Reporter for The Charleston Post and Courier and writer for their Political Briefing blog
Chapter 2: Gov. Chris Christie Tackles Weight Issue with Elective Surgery
Paul Mulshine, Columnist for the New Jersey Start-Ledger
Chapter 3: Hearings on Benghazi Elicits New Evidence and Testy Exchanges
Katie Glueck, reporter for POLITICO
Chapter 3: South Carolina Special Election (Cont’d)
Ty Thomas, Colbert-Busch Supporter Christie Fisher, Colbert-Busch Supporter Laurie Turner, Sanford Supporter Joe Bustos, Chairman, Charleston County Republican Committee
Chapter 1: Supreme Court Rejects Suit Against Corporation for Human Rights Abuses Abroad
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court determined that activists could not sue Shell Oil in domestic courts for human rights abuses that occurred abroad. We talk to Carey D’Avino, a Partner at Eaton & Van Winkle LLP, who represented the plaintiffs.
Chapter 2: Mark Sanford and the South Carolina Congress Race
Mark Sanford is not having a good week. First his wife accused him of trespassing. Then – and presumably as a result – the national party pulled support for his Congressional candidacy. We talk to Corey Hutchins, Reporter at the Columbia Free Times in Columbia, S.C.
Chapter 3: Senate Passes CISPA, Opponents Cite Privacy Issues
The U.S. Senate passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, designed to allow the federal government to obtain Internet traffic information from We talk to Rainey Reitman, Activism Director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation Activism Director.
Chapter 4: Obama Loses Major Legacy Goal in Gun Bill Defeat
The president lost a signature piece of legislation when the U.S. Senate killed an expansion of background checks yesterday, perhaps even a significant piece of his second-term legacy. The White House, however, seems galvanized to move forward with controversial immigration reform. We talk to Jennifer Epstein, White House Reporter for POLITICO.
This show is dedicated to: 1st Lt. Robert J. Hess, 26, of Fairfax, was one of two soldiers killed in action Tuesday, April 23, 2013 in Logar, Afghanistan, according to the Department of Defense. Capt. Aaron R. Blanchard, 32, of Selah, Wash., was also killed.
Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick" and "Cool" Mike is an ongoing discussion of recent events, issues and the upcoming elections.
Special Guests are Amy Kremer, Founder of Tea Party Express http://www.teapartyexpress.org/tag/amy-kremer and Mark Sanford candidate for US Congress, SC District 1 http://www.MarkSanford.com .
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Dr. Adelaide L. Sanford, Vice Chancellor Emerita of the New York State Board of Regents Sanford studied at Brooklyn College, where she earned her B.Ed. degree in 1947; she received her M.Ed. degree from Wellesley College three years later. From 1950 to 1965, Sanford taught in New York's elementary schools, before being hired as an assistant principal. Sanford earned her Ph.D. degree from Fordham University in 1967, and later became principal at Crispus Attucks School in Brooklyn, earn
Is being a hypocrite a winning formula for Republicans? Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, Republican Wins 1st District Congressional Seat for the State of South Carolina recently defeated business women Elizabeth Colbert Busch. Join me in a discussion on how this could have happen! that such a flawed candidate like Mark Sanford was still able to win...
It's a nail-biter in the race for South Carolina's open Congressional seat in the 1st District. While many believe former Governor Mark Sanford is poised to win his old seat in Congress, most seem to agree Elizabeth Colbert-Busch could still pull out a victory if her "ground game" is solid and she managed to pull out more of her supporters to vote today.
We get more from Kendra Smith, a political science professor at the College of Charleston. We also talk to several voters to find out who they voted for, why they voted that way and what they want from the district's next representative. Then we'll talk to John Steinbegger, vice chair of the Charleston County Republican Party about why he's confident Sanford will prove victorious. We also visit the studio of ABC 4, the local ABC news affiliate and talk to Sam Tyson about the reports they are getting from the ground and why Elizabeth Colbert-Busch's name is on the same ballot multiple times.
Due Diligence is reporting live from Charleston South Carolina, the center of the activity surrounding the race for state's First Congressional District. National attention has focused on this race for Congress that pits a scandalous ex-governor against the sister of comedian Stephen Colbert. The latest polling suggests it’s still anyone’s victory as Republicans rally to try to keep the seat and Democrats are tempted by an off-year pickup.
We talk to Republican nominee Mark Sanford, State Democratic Party chairman Jaime Harrison, Charleston County Republican Party Chairman Joe Bustos, South Carolina Congressman Jim Clyburn, Texas Congressman Jaoquin Castro and some constituents.
Be sure to join host, Bobby Keith, along with Michael Simon, as we take a look at the news and current events from a conservative, tea party perspective. Tonight, State Rep. Scott Sanford will give us a Texas Legislative update, and Constitutional Attorney, Michael Connelly, will discuss the IRS targeting TEA Party groups. Join in our live chat, and feel free to call (646)200-0248 with your questions and comments.
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Listen to our interview with Mark Sanford, best-selling author of The Fred Factor. We'll be talking with him about the release of the sequel, Fred 2.0. The Fred books stress the importance of passion in our work, leadership, creativity and customer service.