• 01:28

    Don and Tomas - Cuban Americans Won't Go For This Nonsense Again

    in Politics

    The two Cuban amigos are kicking butt and naming names. Tune in at 6 PM Saturday with your questions and comments.Cuban Americans will rise up to lead our fellow Americans out of this social morass because we've seen this before and we damn sure aren't going there again! We especially want to hear from you average communist dupes who feel the crooked government will make us equal.


    One tip for the police. During the communist revolution in Cuba the police were lined up against a wall and shot. So don't be fed a fake narrative that aides another banker backed socialist revolutionary who admits he want to transform America.

  • 00:30

    Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic at Lunch with DriveThruHR

    in Business

    Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic @drtcp at Lunch with @DriveThruHR with @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy


    DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals.  Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time.  The radio program is hosted by @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup and @thehrbuddy The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at  @drivethruhr and #dthr.


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  • 01:45

    Cuba After The Banksters Invasion

    in Politics

    Don and Tomas discuss the ramifications of Obama's moves on Cuba. Tune in and tell us what you think.

  • 00:30

    HRExaminer Radio: Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

    in Business

    Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic is an international authority in psychological profiling, consumer analytics, and talent management. He is a Professor of Business Psychology at University College London (UCL), Vice President of Research and Innovation at Hogan Assessments, and has previously taught at New York University and the London School of Economics.


    Dr Tomas has published 7 books and over 100 scientific papers, making him one of the most prolific social scientists of his generation. His work has received awards by the American Psychological Association and the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences, to which he is now director.


    Dr Tomas is also the director of UCL's Industrial-Organisational and Business Psychology programme, and an Associate to Harvard's Entrepreneurial Finance Lab.


    Over the past 15 years, he has consulted to a range of clients in the financial services (JP Morgan, HSBC, Prudential), advertising (Havas, Fallon, BBH), media (Yahoo!, MTV, Endemol), consumer goods (Unilever, Reckitt Benckiser), fashion (LVMH, Net-a-Porter) and government (British Army, Royal Mail, National Health Service) sectors.


    Dr Tomas' media career comprises over 70 TV appearances, including the BBC, CNN, and Sky, and regular features in Harvard Business Review. Dr Tomas is a keynote speaker for the Institute of Economic Affairs and the co-founder of metaprofiling.com, a digital start-up that enables organisations to identify individuals with entrepreneurial talent. He lives in London and New York.

  • 01:38

    NSA Spying Didn't Save the NY Cops

    in Politics

    Remember, the NSA said they were spying on us but that was to keep us safe? Were those two dead NY cops kept safe by NSA spying?


    Remember that the killer of the NY cops posted what he was planning to do hours before he did it? Yet somehow the NSA collected that data but never warned the New York City Police Department. Why?

  • 01:02

    NHLBreakdown

    in Hockey

    12/8- Senators Fire head coach Maclean, Who else might be on the Coaching Hot Seat, Fantasy Reports and Hot/Cold Players continued...


    NHLBreakdown hosted by Scott Levy, w/George Kurtz of RotoExperts.com, covering all the on & off ice action of the NHL!


     


    Our Fantasy Reports, including the IR, Goalie & Waiver Wire reports, will help keep you fantasy team a constant threat!


     


    Shows twice a week:  Mondays @ 5 pm/Fridays @ 2pm (September thru May)


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  • 01:30

    YGY Radio Show: 2014 Winter Meetings Day 1

    in Baseball

    This week on the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, join senior staff writer Ricky Keeler Monday-Thursday night as he will recap what happened on that day down at San Diego during the Winter Meetings.


    On Monday's show, the main topics will be centered around New York trading for Didi Gregorius to be their new shortstop as well as the signing of Andrew Miller that both took place last Friday. What were Ricky's thoughts on the moves and what does he expect the Yankees to do this week? 


    At 9:35 PM ET, Bryan Hoch, who covers the Yankees for MLB.com, will be on the show LIVE from San Diego to give us the latest on Chase Headley and David Robertson, is New York really out on the Jon Lester sweepstakes, and what is Brian Cashman's plan in San Diego this week? 


    At 10:00 PM ET, Tom Lynch, a staff writer at  Venom Strikes, will join the show to talk about his thoughts on Gregorius when he was with Arizona. How does Lynch see Didi panning out in NY? Plus, Ricky and Tom will breakdown Arizona's signing of Yasmany Tomas and what their next moves might be? 


    Then, at 10:15, Joe Vituli will join Ricky to talk about all the reaction from today's news around the league as well as what to expect coming up at the Winter Meetings. 


    As always, you can call in to voice your opinion on the latest free agent signings, trades, or rumors by calling us during the LIVE show at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow 

  • 02:04

    KANSAS COFFEE BAR

    in Politics

    Program Summary: Nov. 17, 2014


    1st Hour: Free Speech Radio News, an ear to the ground, local voices, global stories..


    Segment Notes:


    U.S. House votes on the Keystone XL pipeline; Senate to do same next week
    U.S. & China announce carbon emissions deal;  the non-binding agreement is sparse on specifics
    Mexican president leaves country as news of apparent massacre deepens political crisis
    Suicide attacker poses as student in northeast Nigeria; nearly 50 students killed
    Visual storytelling emerges as a medium to decode Holy Land conflict
    Protestors challenge ban on sharing food in public in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
    Tomas Young: 1979 – 2014


    Counterspin from Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting (fair.org) the weekly audio version of EXTRA magazine.


    Segment Notes: This week on CounterSpin: Bipartisanship and free trade are two of corporate media's favorite things, so when the Washington Post editorial expressed the post-midterm media consensus, "Now that Republicans have gained control of Congress, no policy area is riper for bipartisan action than trade," you can believe they were happy to do it. But should we be happy? And is it even true? We'll hear from Lori Wallach of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch.


    2nd Hour: Former Rep. Bill Otto of the Kansas state legislature, lifelong public school teacher and administrator, will discuss tax codes with attorney-at-law Bob Brookens..

  • 00:49

    Partnering for Children’s Success: Why Parent Engagement Matters

    in Education

    Tomas Mejia and Jennifer Garcia Rosendo (2nd Year Buell Fellow) are members of the ECE Committee for the State Advisory Committee for Parent Involvement in Education (SACPIE).  Tomas and Jennifer will be joined by guest Alberto Torres and a few parents to share insights into some of the work that SACPIE has striven to implement statewide.  Learn why the group is passionate about supporting parent involvement from Pre-K through Higher Education.  Please join these guests to hear more about the impact of parent engagement on children’s success in school and how the legislature has enacted statues to improve student achievement statewide.  The show is hosted by Sofia Esteve-Sychla, 1st Year Buell Fellow and passionate advocate for parent involvement in education.   

  • 00:55

    A Debate; Cast a Ballot or Not?

    in Business

    Jimmy Franco Sr., "LatinoPOV", Tomas Gonzalez: LULAC and Leticia Ocano: California State University Los Angeles


     "Disinterested Voters, Is It Apathy or Manipulation and Gridlock?"

  • 01:05

    Let's Talk about Voting: Lunch with Louden 10/23/14

    in Politics

    Americans all across the country are now or are about to have the opportunity to vote. But will they?


    Today we will be discussing voter participation in America with two experts in the field: Tomas Lopez, Brennan Center for Justice, and Rob Richie, Executive Director of FairVote.org Center for Voting and Democracy.


    According to The Brennan Center for Justice: ince the 2010 election, new voting restrictions are slated to be in place in 22 states; in 15 states, 2014 will be the first major federal election with these new restrictions in place; the courts will play a crucial role in 2014, with ongoing suits challenging laws in seven states. Voting restrictions for the most part have to do with voter identification.


    Laws to improve the election system and increase voting access passed in 16 states since 2012, and these laws will be in effect in 11 states this November. The most common improvements were online registration and other measures to modernize voter registration, and increased early voting.


    According to FairVote: voter turnout in the US fluctuates in national elections, but has never risen to levels of most other well-established democracies. In countries with compulsory voting, turnout hovered near 90% in the 2000s. Other countries, experienced turnout rates near 80%. Overall, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries experience turnout rates of about 70%, while in the US, about 60% of the voting eligible population votes during presidential election years, and about 40% votes during midterm elections.


     


     

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