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  • 00:29

    Our People

    in Pop Culture

    This episode we will discuss if black men are to blame for so many young black men dead or in jail.

  • 01:07

    Steven Curtis Chapman - The Story Behind The Music

    in Christianity

    Have Tea with Blase, every Thursday night at 8:30 pm eastern time on a journey to becoming our AUTHENTIC Self.
    Call in to speak with guest live on the air (347) 324-5185

    Contact Blase to be a Guest or promote on the I Am A Success Story Radio Show.

    Phone: 315-333-2377

    E-mail: SuccessStory@verizon.net

  • 01:03

    People 2 People Global Health Forum

    in Current Events

    P2P's Global Health Forum presents Dr. Jignesh Shah and Dr. Roberto Amado-Cattaneo for a discussion on cardiovascular diseases and cardiovascular surgery. Dr. Shah completed fellowship training in cardiology and sub-specialty training in cardiac electrophysiology at Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess medical Center of Harvard Medical School.   He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology.  Dr. Shah has a faculty appointment at University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky and has a thriving practice at Boulder Community Health in Denver.  He is currently working with medical schools in Ethiopia to establish a cardiology fellowship training program. Dr. Roberto Amado-Cattaneo is a thoracic and cardiac surgeon practicing in Great Falls, Montana. He is board certified in Thoracic Surgery, is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the International Society of Endovascular Specialists. Dr. Cattaneo has many years of experience in his field and has performed numerous coronary artery bypass surgeries and valve replacements. He has been working with the Children's Fund of Ethiopia and made several trips there to perform valve replacements in children with rheumatic heart disease.

  • 00:32

    Al Diaz, Marilyn Starr Rewrite Your Story with Honey People

    in Lifestyle

    Al Diaz and Marilyn Starr share their insights on Rewrite Your Story with Honey People.

    Sunday, Dec. 28th  10am PST

    Marilyn realised at a very early age if she took the risk to act on the knowingness she already had, she always knew what to do. This she finally figured out was her intuition.

    As her life developed she realised she was a member of a “club”. She could identify other “club members” when she saw them, but for years had no idea what that club was. She called these people honey people, because they looked as if they had been dipped in honey; they glistened. Eventually she worked out that all these people had one thing in common – they paid attention. That’s all – they paid attention. To everyone they came across. Finally Marilyn realised that this is what is known as unconditional love.

    Now she spends her time encouraging others to listen to what they already know and to pay attention  –  to use their intuition and to love unconditionally. 

  • 02:55

    We Are Everyday People / South Shore Tars For Life - Host Keith Bledsoe

    in Current Events

    Wondering what alternatives you have to financing the pharmaceutical industry? It’s that time of year for the flu bug. Been on the fence about changing your eating habits? Trouble sleeping? Just simply want to live a healthier life?

    Also, income tax refund season is coming. The time many people will go out and purchase autos. Are you planning to? Ever purchase a car and learned later that you’ve been screwed? Ever wondered what’s going on in that back room at the dealer as you sit there waiting? Guest Calvin Perdue, President and CEO at Automotive Media Group will be on to discuss what you should know when planning to purchase an auto before, and during the negotiation. Calvin is also a founder of Next .thletics Basketball and we will discuss the youth basketball program.

    Will also replay interview from class of "75" reunion picnic (Duwain Bailey, Smokey, Kevin Farmer)


  • 01:00

    Toxic People

    in Spirituality

    Join Jess and I as we discuss Toxic people. How to recognize them. The red flags..How to avoid them (like the plague).....How to deal with them.

  • 02:59

    Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People for Wednesday, November 25, 2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Continuing our week of being thankful, I am truly thankful for our regular Wednesday guests Susan Demas, the Publisher and Editor of Inside Michigan Politics and a featured political columnist at MLive.com, Amy Hunter our LGBTQ activist and advocate and director of the Transgender Project with the ACLU of Michigan, our featured guest with Planned Parenthood and our continued and necessary partnership with Workers Independent News.  What's not to be thankful for, right?

    Join us on-air by calling 347-308-8392 or e-mail Tony at tony@thetonyshow.org. You can like us on Facebook at Tony Trupiano or at The Voice of the People and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @ VOTPTony.


  • 02:38

    Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People for Tuesday, November 24, 2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Tuesday, November 24, 2015, is about many things that we should be thankful for, including the ongoing struggle to make water not just an issue to focus on, but on solutions that are being ignored by those who can do something about it, but prefer to just talk about it, if even that.  That is until the PEOPLE get involved, and they are!  We'll also spend a considerable amount of time to discuss Syria refugees, but not as radicals or terrorists, but as war-torn victims who have been largely forgotten in too many ways.  Time to engage, people.  Yes, be thankful, but be engaged now!

    Join us on-air by calling 347-308-8392 or e-mail Tony at tony@thetonyshow.org.  You can like us on Facebook at Tony Trupiano or at The Voice of the People and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @ VOTPTony.


  • 02:55

    Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People for Wednesday, November 23, 2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Monday, November 23, 2015, begins much like last Monday did:  Terror, politics, divisiveness, disagreement, confusion and consternation, for beginners.  But, as Joe DiSano with DiSano Strategies and Chris Savage with Eclectablog.com also realize there is much more going on that you need to know about, so stay tuned.  We'll also explore the race to get your health coverage through the Affordable Care Act, what your options are, and how to best make sure you have exactly what you need and the least expensive way to get it.  Erin Knott with Enroll America is back to begin a series to be sure you get all you have coming to take care of yourself and your family.

    Join us on-air by calling 347-308-8392 or e-mail Tony at tony@thetonyshow.org.  You can like us on Facebook at Tony Trupiano or at The Voice of the People and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @ VOTPTony.



    in Christianity


    The relationship Abraham enjoyed with God was a remarkable one by human standards – but tremendously encouraging for us. God is not a partial God. He is not a respecter of persons. God doesn’t involve Himself in cliques or narrow, exclusive groups of people that only a few can enter. Rather, He extends the hand of friendship to all of those in His family. If we follow the example of our spiritual forefather Abraham by being in agreement with God, displaying loyalty and dependability towards God, and freely confiding in Him in all matters, then we too will be called the friends of God.

  • 02:56

    Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People for Friday, November 20, 2015

    in Politics Progressive

    This Friday, November 20, 2015, show will explore in vast details, with varied opinions, audio, analysis and a sense of humanity what the terror tragedy in France is doing to the world and the US, and the reaction is disturbing from some circles.  We'll also visit with David Hecker with the American Federation of Teacher - Michigan on new bipartisan cooperation on education and where that could lead us.  Sean "Smitty" Smith, our Sports Director will lighten tings up to end the show as we take a final look back at the 2015 baseball season and explore the careers of two great athletes that may just be passed their prime.

    Join us on-air by calling 347-308-8392 or e-mail Tony at tony@thetonyshow.org.  You can like us on Facebook at Tony Trupiano or at The Voice of the People and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @ VOTPTony.