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  • 01:00

    Can Marco Rubio win the Hispanic vote?

    in Politics Conservative


    Tonight's Andre Controversa Show will only be an hour long, and it will
    start at 9-00 Ct.
    Our guest will be political science professor Susan Macmanus, from the
    University of South Florida.
    We will be asking the question, can Marco Rubio win the Hispanic vote?
    We will also be touching on the other candidates, especially Jeb Bush and
    Ted Cruz in relation to Rubio.
    Please listen in at www.blogtalkradio.com/andrecontroversa, or feel free
    to call in at 914-803-4350.
    See you at 9-00 Ct.


    Regards,
    Andre Traversa, partner, Epic Quest Media
    phone, 773-774-1583.
    email, prodigal70@xnet.com

  • 01:09

    Should Christians Vote?

    in Radio

    Call in to the show with your feed back should christians vote i would love to hear from you.

  • Orlando Presentz...Before the Fame: Should Christians Vote?

    in Radio

    Today show is some nice music and a Question, Should Christians Vote? I would like tp hear your thoughts on this some say yes and a lot say No


    What do you think cant wait to hear your opinion on this one should be fun.

  • 00:12

    And Let Every Vote Count: Approval Voting with Aaron Hamlin

    in Politics

    Aaron Hamlin, executive director of The Center for Election Science, joins Modern Whig Radio to discuss approval voting -- how it works, what its applications are, and the barriers to it being implemented more widely. 


    Mr. Hamlin graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a bachelor of science in psychology and a minor in mathematics. He went on to receive his juris doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan, and he also holds graduate degrees from Indiana University and Miami University, where he focused on statistics and research. He is a licensed attorney.


    Mr. Hamlin is a frequent speaker at conferences around the country, and has been a consultant on voting procedures for both organizations and publicly elected officials in several states. He has also offered his expert opinion and analysis in articles published in Deadspin, Democracy Chronicles and Independent Voter Network.


     


     

  • 02:01

    Carson's Corner with the Election Boycott Advocates.

    in Politics Progressive

    On this episode of Carson's Corner with the Election Boycott Advocates, we discuss the most important issues facing the working class. We'll discuss the U.S. flights over China. Why is the U.S. deliberately trying to provoke China; some have suggested insane brinkmanship on the part of the U.S. Is this part of a larger strategy?


    It's been documented that one African American is killed by the police every 28 hours. Unfortunately, virtually no police officers are held accountable. The latest example of this is the acquittal of a white Cleveland police officer who shot and killed an African American couple. Do black lives matter in the capitalist cystem?


    Michael Parenti of the Greanville Post wrote an article in defense of existing socialism and socialism of the past. We'll discuss the importance of the article and the implications for the future. http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.greanvillepost.com%2F2015%2F05%2F23%2Fleft-anticommunism-the-unkindest-cut%2F&h=0AQFIdGMH


    Also, it was revealed last week through a FOIA lawsuit that the U.S., Saudi Arabi and other allies supported the creation of the Islamic State. Was this a deliberate act to create further military action in Syria and elsewhere?


     

  • 00:11

    Vote for Nick Augustine for Shady Shores, Texas Town Council, Place 2

    in Politics

    Keeping an eye on the past while focusing on the present and future, we can ensure Shady Shores, Texas will be a great place to buy a home and raise a family.


    If elected to Town Council, my votes will be in the direction of:


    (1) Spending cuts and maintaining our savings and assets for the future;


    (2) Manageable growth that increases our land values and preserves our charm;


    (3) Increased resident communication and involvement in future decision-making.


    Voting for me, Nick Augustine, is a smart choice because I am educated, available, and interested in adding a new sense of balance and viewpoints to our council with my volunteer background and experiences.


    I operate a local marketing and public relations business, which allows a flexible schedule to talk with residents anytime they give me a call or want to meet to talk about their concerns. Being on Council requires a great deal of work and I have the time to get it all done. 


    I hope to see you all at the Candidates Debate on Monday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. 


    Volunteer Experience:



    Chair, Town of Shady Shores Citizens’ Advocacy Committee on Revenue
    Appointed Board Member of Alumni Association Board of Directors at The John Marshall Law School
    Chair, Government Affairs Committee, Woodridge Area Chamber of Commerce
    President, Kiwanis Club of Woodridge
    Law Student Intern, Milwaukee County Office of the District Attorney


    Education


    Marquette University, Bachelors of Arts degree earned 1999


    The John Marshall Law School, Juris Doctor degree earned 2002

  • 01:59

    Election Fraud by the News Media - How the News Media will Steal Election 2016

    in Politics

    The News Media is responsible for the majority of election fraud  today!


    Take a few minutes to think about it.....


    Look at the undue influence and power the news media has over the outcome of our elections. 


    It is time we had an honest discussion about the way the news media has corrupted our ballot box and stolen our elections. 



    The News Media is controlled by the Political Establishment
    The News Media is controlled by Special Interest Money
    The News Media decides how much air time they will give to candidates
    The News Media manipulates the debates
    The News Media slants their reporting of key Election Issues
    The News Media refuses to properly report on Election Fraud by Candidates and their campaigns

  • 00:11

    Celebrating Ireland's Historic YES Vote

    in LGBT

    Saturday, May 22, 2015, Ireland carved out a special place in history. Ireland voters clearly voted YES for marriage equality.  Ireland's amended Constitution now provides equal access to all the rights and privileges civil marriage offers.


    The BBC reports: "Out of 43 constituencies, only the largely rural Roscommon-South Leitrim had a majority of "no" votes." 


    In this short podcast, we celebrate Ireland's history making!  Before you go, do share your thoughts in the comment box below as well!


    After the show, remember to click the Follow button at the top of this page.  To access / enjoy our on-demand show library - any time -  click this link.  Download shows to listen to at your leisure.


    Slide 1: photo credit - ballots:  BBC

  • 00:30

    WLC Approval By Public Vote?

    in Politics

    Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will discuss the recent proposal to put the WLC's approval to a vote by the people of Moreno Valley.

  • 01:29

    The Hispanic Hurricane Wilkins Santiago

    in Radio

     I will be talking with my quest The Hispanic Hurricane Wilkins Santiago, We will be going over The Mayweather v. Pacquiao 

  • 00:03

    And Let Every Vote Count: the Magic of Approval Voting

    in Politics

    Aaron Hamlin, executive director of The Center for Election Science, joins Modern Whig Radio to discuss approval voting, the way it differs from our current system, and the obstacles to its implementation.


    Mr. Hamlin graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a bachelor of science in psychology and a minor in mathematics. He went on to receive his juris doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan, and also holds graduate degrees from Indiana University and Miami University, where he focused on statistics and research. He is a licensed attorney.


    Mr. Hamlin is a frequent speaker at conferences around the country, and has been a consultant on voting procedures for both organizations and publicly elected officials in several states. He has also offered his expert opinion and analysis in articles published in Deadspin, Democracy Chronicles and Independent Voter Network.