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Butterfly Dreams is very honored to bring you the wonderful founder of Big Voice Pictures, Mr. Simon Weinberg!!
Well know for the social issues his film crew brings to the world through the art of documentary; not simplistic, but intense, real and powerful. Documentaries which are shared around the world for education and panel discussions about the social issues presented.
Their two latest documentaries; 'Boys to Men Healing' and 'The Healing Years' have brought to society the very difficult reality of Child Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence. In both of these documentaries you hear from true survivors who share their powerful voices and their healing to overcome the crimes against them.
Simon has appeared on many radio and television shows. He is also an inspirational and keynote speaker for the military and other national organizations. This incredible man is giving voice and faces to the many harmed by the vicious acts of child sexual abuse. Please join me as he shares an upclose and personal interview about his very impressive film productions and where his next venture is headed. We hope as always you share the shows with your friends and family. It is powerful when we can touch the hearts of thousands by sharing our story and helping others to find their healing journey. Show starts at 9pm eastern/ 8pm central/ 6pm pacific times. Our phone lines and chatroom are always open and welcoming. This is going to be a very powerful discussion with the man who has the talent and courage to bring the cutting edge social issues out of hiding for the world to not only see, but to learn from and discuss as we attempt to end this man-made cancer of our society today. Thank you
Are we any closer to finding out the truth behind Benghazi? I have my doubts. Hillary Clinton's book plummets in sales on week two. Thad Cochran finds support in strange places. The GOP doesn't much care for the ruckus the Tea Party are causing, and apparebtly neither do minority Democratic voters in Mississippi.Shame really, a Tea Party loudmouth might have turned Mississippi blue. Is the immigration reform debate dead?
All this and more
This week the panel will be talking about Bowe Bergdhal, has he moved from POW to POP (Prisoner Of Politics)? It is an unusual situation, only time will tell the end result. Susan Rice claimed he served with distinction, yet his fellow soldiers share a different feeling.
Hillary Clinton is about to launch her new book, or is she launching her 2016 run for the whitehouse? The book campaign has been managed with the care of a military opperation.
Dan Marino withdraws from NFL lawsuit. No doubt due to concussions he could not remember filing the suit.....
And the Donald Stering story gets better and better by the day.
Host Derek Simon discusses Steve Haskin’s Bloodhorse article “Ghosts of Press Boxes Past” and explains what he believes can fill up the press boxes at American racetracks once again. He also opines on Bill Finley's ESPN piece detailing the decline of two-year-old racing.
In the U. of Bet segment Dave “The Horse Handicapping Authority” Schwartz and Derek exchange verbal blows in a debate about what constitutes money management and whether or not bettors can improve or erode their advantage or disadvantage by means of a betting strategy.
Gabriel Weinberg founded search engine Duck Duck Go in 2008 with one key differentiator from his other powerful competitors: Duck Duck Go does not track its users: they don't collect or share personal data. The search engine also puts "instant" answers above any links and ads; features a clean design; does not bias search results towards what they think particular users would already agree with; and is driven by community, not just algorithms and servers.
Tune in to hear the story of Duck Duck Go's founding, how it's tripled its numbers in the last year, and how the company makes money if it doesn't collect and share information.
Tune in on Thursday, May 15 at 12:30 p.m. when our guests on Record Talk Radio will be State Sen. Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck, and my Record colleague Aaron Morrison.
We'll talk to Weinberg about a little-noticed 2002 New Jersey law that has become the focus of a national gun control debate.
The law mandated the use of so-called "smart guns" that can detect the user of the weapon once the technolgy became readily available.
We'll also talk with her about a letter she plans to send to state treasurers in all 50 states urging them not to grant a sale tax exemption to the National Football League as a condition of locating the Super Bowl in their state.
On the second half of the program we'll talk with Morrison about his story in Sunday's Record about the 50th anniversary of Teaneck's decision to desegregate the school district.
We'll also talk about the aftermath of a recent Teaneck High School "prank" gone awry and the outcome of Tuesday's Teaneck municipal election.
If you have questions for either of our guests, send your suggestions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TwinSpires' Derek Simon analyzes last weekend's big stakes races at Belmont Park, along with Shared Belief's scintillating score in the Los Alamitos Derby.
In the U. of Bet/handicapping/racing history segment he discusses "Picking Winners with Systology," as well as the "Racing Maxims and Methods of 'Pittsburg Phil.'"
In the News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon and Ed DeRosa of Brisnet.com take an early look at the Eclipse Awards. Then, in a special Racing History segment, Derek discusses the 1968 Kentucky Derby and the controversial disqualification of Dancer’s Image.
Lastly, in the Handicapping segment, Derek and Dave “The Horse Handicapping Authority” Dave Schwartz chat about figures that lie and liars that figure — or something like that.
In the News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon discusses "How genetics can create the next superstar racehorse" and relates it to handicapping.
In the U. of Bet segment, Dave “The Horse Handicapping Authority” Schwartz and Derek break down class — can it be quantified and how?
I'm so happy to welcome back Simon Majumdar, a favorite on Art of Living. We haven't seen him since January of last year, and it's been far too long.
No stranger to Food Network, Simon is a regular judge on Cutthroat Kitchen, Iron Chef America and The Next Iron Chef, although he didn't start out in the entertainment industry. When he was 40 years old, he quit his job as a book publisher and began a new mission: "Go Everywhere, Eat Everything." Today he's traveling the country doing research for his next television and book project — Fed, White and Blue — which will celebrate America's vast and diverse culinary landscape.
Chris “The Dark Horse” Sorenson subs for Ed “The Absent” DeRosa and in the News & Notes segment and chats with host Derek Simon about the Triple Crown run, “fixing” horse racing and other fun stuff.
In the U. of Bet/Handicapping segment, race caller Jonathan Horowitz of Arapahoe Park stops by to discuss life as a track announcer, Arabian racing and the growth of the Sport of Kings in Colorado.
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