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Tom Bunting is a fourth-year student at UVA studying Government/ American Politics who decided to join Legislators of Tomorrow. A liberal overall, Tom brings the progressive perspective to the table. However, Tom and his associates see it as their job to put aside ideological preferences and to see what can be achieved beyond partisanship.
Patrick MacDonnell is the co-president and co-founder of the Legislators of Tomorrow at the University of Virginia. He is a conservative Republican and contribute this perspective to the organization.
The 13 member organization, 'Legistlators of Tomorrow', was a direct motivator and contributor to HB 206, a bill the House of Delegates in Richmond passed 99-0.
*The Founding of Legislators of Tomorrow and its Mission
*The Specifics of HB 206
*The Tragedy of Senator Creigh Deeds and Suicide of his Son Gus
*Unknown, but existing Mental Health resources at Virginia Colleges and Universities
We all have an invitation, one child at a time, to come to the Father through Jesus the Christ and to be partakers of His incredible love. Jesus has come to make his Father known to us, and he promises to continue to make his Father known in order that his Father's love might be in us and that he too might live in us. But the question God ask of us today is “Will You Love Me Tomorrow?”
C Fox is back and talking movies with you as he reviews the Tom Cruise Sci-Fi action piece "Edge Of Tomorrow" also starring Emily Blunt, Brendan Gleeson, Bill Paxton, Jonas Armstrong, Tony Way and directed by Doug Liman.Cruise plays Major Cage, a Marine Crops major who is in PR during an invasion of an alien race called the Mimics. He ends up being busted down to the rank of private and sent to the front lines at Verdun where he is killed but infected with the alien blood which allows him to start every day over after his death, justlike the Mimics. He meets rita (Blunt), the United Forces most decorated soldier on the battlefield and learns that she also knows the secret to beating the Mimics and that Cage is the humans only hope against total annihilation.
This week the Black Geeks review "Edge of Tomorrow" starring Tom Cruise & Emily Blunt, directed by Doug Liman.
"An officer finds himself caught in a time loop in a war with an alien race. His skills increase as he faces the same brutal combat scenarios, and his union with a Special Forces warrior gets him closer and closer to defeating the enemy." From IMDb
It's been described as "Groundhog's Day" meets "Oblivion". Tune in to see whether this summer blockbuster lives up to the hype!
The radio/TV program all about TV, simulcast live on BlogTalk Radio and Brooklyn Independent Media HD. Our guests: Sean Smith, executive producer of Chasing Life, ABC Family's new drama series launching tomorrow night, and John Kennedy, Beliefnet's media columnist.
Sci-fi action and tear jerking love stories on this weeks episode of the Punch Drunk Podcast when we venture into exo-skeletons and rebirth in Edge of Tomorrow. Then it's onto young love with a heartbreaking twist as we review Shailene Woodley's latest, The Fault in our Stars.
You didn't think we'd go an episode without talking about Game of Thrones, did you? Especially not after last week's landmark episode The Viper and The Mountain. Well go deep into what stands to be the most shocking episode of this season.
Roger is back but the danger is not over. Join VRO hosts Brancey and Daphne as they recap this week's episode of The Tomorrow People!
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Starting into a summer that promises to be one of the best in recent memory for science fiction/fantasy, Swords and Space covers the recent releases of Gareth Edwards' latest incarnation of Godzilla and the Tom Cruise war film Edge of Tomorrow. Hosts Nicholas and Richard Wansbutter will be joined by guest Brian Pauls (who previously appeared on our Prometheus.
We also talk about the Heinlein classic, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress as a bonus. A classic of science fiction, if you've not read it before this discussion should inspire you to pick it up.
This is the official first episode of the Sovereign Voice Radio Show. The topic of this episode is: "BUILDING FOR A BETTER TOMORROW."
The slogan of the Sovereign Voice Radio Show is: "Each one Teach one" - For in order to build anything, one must first start with communicate; in order, to reach and achieve a common goal.
The topic's we will discuss on this episode and future episodes, will include many diverse and even at times taboo subjects but this show will comfront each topic with an open-mind and a clear desire to learn.
So please join me, in the building of a better tomorrow.
Peace and Love Family.
Sincerely, Sovereign Voice
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