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Analysis! Interviews! Commentary! Join Greg Kellogg and special guests as they talk about everything from the absurd to the zany in this weekly football gabfest! Join Gary Davenport, Chris Nunes, Mike Pisani and Greg Kellogg as they discuss everything NFL! Join us as we interview former Chargers OT Rocky Selanders.
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Wednesday, November 12, 6pm EST: On tonight’s show, Mitchell will hold a Round Table on the latest trade agreement, the Trans-Pacific Partnership which may be getting signed imminently and which has menacing implications for the sovereignty of all nations including the U.S. yet the subject is minimally discussed in the media. When it is, the discussion is highly partial and omits key points, which will be discussed in the Round Table by Rocky Anderson, Gerald Celente and Kali Katt. In December 2012, Mitchell interviewed Mitch Jones of Food & Water Watch on the TPP, and it’s clearly time to do so again in light of its potentially imminent signing.
Rocky Anderson, former Mayor of Salt Lake City from 2000-2008, during his tenure, reduced the carbon footprint in the city by about 33%. He an American lawyer and politician. Rocky has practiced law for 21 years in Salt Lake City.
Gerald Celente is publisher of the world-renowned Trends Journal, has been interviewed on numerous national and international media for decades as a trends forecaster in the fields of economics and politics.
Kali Katt is a free-lance journalist and activist with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. She has been conducting on-the-ground educational actions in regard to the TPP for a few years now, to a public who, until meeting Kali, had no idea what it was or that it existed.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership stands as probably the most threatening, so-called "trade agreement", or document of any sort, to our Democracy and sovereignty as a nation. The TPP would legally oblige all nations who are signatories to be subject to a corporate-formed body which would have jurisdiction over any statutes in the U.S., including its Constitution.
With many more firms employing video interviews in order to avoid the time and expense of flying someone in for a meeting, with firms using Skype, Facetime and inhouse services for interviews in general, how you appear in front of a camera is a new skill that you need to add to your repertoire.
On this show, Jeff Altman, The Big GameHunter discusses how to prepare for a video interview before you blow one.
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The first show back for R.W.Coolins after a long hiatus. Coming to you from a new location in the DMV (DC/MD/VA) and ready to bring you new topics that are not only controversial but thought provoking. Soecial guest for tonight is JaLi an up and coming artisit and he will be bringing his new single Give Up On Love. Also, DJ Insane Payne will be stopping by to give us a taste of his new mix Old School Funk. Go to www.speakonitshow.com to get all the information about the show and tune in every Sunday Night from 5-7PM EST. Lets Go!
Blaize Nolynne took that literally when her dreams came into play after she graduated high school. She took her dreams of being an author to heart where she furthered her studies at the Institute of Children’s Literature, where she graduated at the top. The beginning of her career she was under penname for children’s literature, C. Araya Delvesuvio. Her first book out was ‘Sending a Message to Grandpa’ by August of 2009, which was a story about a young girl who dealt with her grandfather’s death in a very unique way. She admitted that the story was close to home, since she was very close to her Great Grandfather and was quite young when he passed.
By the end of 2012 her sequel, District One Stand By: On the Bleeding Edge of Change, was out as well as a book about terminal cancer. At the age of 24, Blaize reached for different heights in her career that she only thought were dreams in the beginning. She realized that hard work and determination had made her dreams a reality. Since the beginning of her career she has published nine books, in which ALL are now being published by publishing houses.
“District One Stand By:’ series is based upon my hometown, Standish, Maine. ‘The Captain’s Last Year, One Year to Live: Fighting the Flame and Cancer’ is based in Maine as well. There is something special about Maine that brings out my inspiration to write.” She admitted.
Proceeds of her book : ‘The Captain's Last Year: One Year to Live, Fighting the Flame and Cancer ‘ she is donating not just to cancer research, but to also help a local Maine Fire Chief, Jeff Douglass of Baldwin, Maine who is struggling with terminal cancer. She is putting part of the proceeds for his treatments.
Be sure to tune in to hear the incredible interview with special guest Debe Gunn. She is a composer/NARAS member whose latest album "Jazzscapes" is getting incredible notices all around.
After graduating from college and abandoning a career in the medical field, Apryl moved to L.A. from Chicago as a member of a girl group called Cellareign, which soon split. As a singer who classifies herself as a mix of R&B and Pop, Apryl sought out her big break for several years, even reaching the final auditions for American Idol, cat Dolls, and Making The Band. She met her boyfriend, Omarion, through their mutual fitness trainer and the two began a relationship as friends. Apryl also occasionally performed as a background singer on his tours.
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