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Shane Krauser and his co-hosts, Donnie and Chappy, aren't taking Labor Day off. They're bringing a great program to you on liberty, American exceptionalism, and the dangers of abandoning our charters of freedom. During this show, they cover the following:
1. A husband and wife, who were fined $13,000 and told they could not discriminate against same-sex couples after refusing to allow a gay wedding on their New York farm, have announced that they will "no longer host any wedding ceremonies on their property." What does the Free Exercise clause of the First Amendment mean anyways?
2. North Carolina is putting a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment on the ballot (SB399) which would allow criminal defendants to waive their right to a jury trial.
3. Stupid things that the government spends money on.
4. The University of Oregon has dropped the unconstitutional conduct charges it filed against a student based on a four-word joke wholly protected by the First Amendment.
5. Senator Harry Reid is being shown the door, as Southern Utah University removes his name from one of the college buildings.
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Jonathan Bydlak and Rebekah Johansen of Coalition to Reduce Spending join Michael to talk about their organization. The Coalition attacks spending like Grover Norquist's Group, Americans for Tax Reform, attacks taxes. The group offers candidates a pledge which promises not to increase spending without an offset elsewhere. Senator Ted Cruz, South Carolina’s Mark Sanford, Georgia’s Doug Collins and Paul Broun, and Ohio’s Steve Chabot have signed the pledge.
The group discusses spending trends, how wars impact spending, as well as mechanisms to keep spending in check. They also talk about the Budget Control Act (BCA) caps and Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) cuts. Bydlak and Johansen applaud members who are beginning to turn to these as avenues to curtail spending and programs ripe for cutting.
The Coalition advocates for a holistic approach to spending rather than a partisan approach where the left refuses to examine entitlements while the right views the defense budget as sacrosanct. However, it seems many new conservative house members are more open to the idea of putting Pentagon programs on the chopping block when these projects fail to deliver objectives or become white elephants.
Coalition to Reduce Spending advocates an approach that would keep the government spending within its means. They realize that the government spends money. They just encourage the government to take a flexible approach that allows it so spend money, but just asks that an increase in a budget for one program or project be met with an offset from another program or project. Visit Coalition to Reduce Spending to learn more.
Tune in Wednesday night at 10pm CST to hear what former McLennan County Commissioner Precinct 3, Joe Mashek, has to say about Lester Gibson's perfomance as Commissioner Precinct 2.
Mashek recently wrote a Letter to the Editor of the Waco Tribune Herald, where he pointed out several flaws in Gibson's track record. We'll get into these topics and the race for Precinct 2, with Republican Candidate Tony Abad.
Tonight, Wednesday, 10/15/2013 at 10:30pm est here on Delicious Talk Radio the segment Bringing Sexy Back we wellcome Abigale Rich who went from being critically injured as a flight medic on an air ambulance helicopter to an actress,model and playboy bunny.You don't want to miss this show. I encourage listening audience participation please feel free to call in with your questions and comments at 646-652-2877. Delicious Talk Radio is for the mature listening audience 18+ only.
Tom Ortuso reports on IBM earnings and Apple Pay.
The Visions first program is being kicked off with a very dear lady to this ministry. Joanie Buchanan is a teacher, a radio host, tv host, a mother as well as a mentor. Joanie and her husband Denver have Pastored churches and have taught across the nation.
You can find more information about Joanie Buchanan Ministry at joaniebuchanan.org. You can also tune into her radio broadcast on blogtalkradio.com/joanie-buchanan.
So come join us on October 1st for our very first program. at 10 AM. A time of blessing and refreshing
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Adrianne L. Cunningham is a 34 year old native of Lexington, Kentucky. She graduated with honors from Henry Clay High School in1998. She has also lived in Virginia and several years in Talladega, Alabama. While in Alabama, she attended Central Alabama Community College and studied for an associate's degree in Computer Science. When she is not writing; Adrianne also enjoys travelling and spending time with friends or family. Writing is definitely her deepest passion. Being able to paint a vivid picture for a readers mind and to hopefully leave an insightful message. Adrianne currently resides in Oak Grove, Kentucky.
Join us Tuesday night October 21, 2014 at 9pm eastern as we welcome Thom Powell to the show during the second hour of our 2-hour special show! Thom will join us at 10 pm eastern, but before that anything goes! Thom is best known as the author of the book, "The Locals". Thom is a career science teacher, spending his entire teaching career in one oppressively small, poorly appointed, 1950’s era, converted kindergarten classroom at Robert Gray Middle School. He does his best to teach eighth graders earth science in the face of ever-dwindling school budgets and ever-increasing class sizes. He would have been committed to an asylum long ago if he didn’t live in a rural setting outside Portland, Oregon where he can spend a great deal of time exploring and appreciating the forests and rivers of the Pacific Northwest. Join us for an exciting, informative show!
Strong Consultants is a non profit organization which provides finance/accounting consulting services for small business, religious organizations and non profit corporations in need of establishing or revamping their accounting/finance department. The daughter of a pastor, Strong saw the immediate need of these organizations that could not afford accounting/finance training and decided to give her God given talents and experiences in corporate America to bring back a level of financial integrity to the church and community. Strong Consultants motto is to “run your accounting department like a corporation, but run your church like a church” Strong believes these should be two separate entities and should be handled as such. Strong is launching her new full accounting/recordkeeping software for religious organizations with a projected target date of October 2014. Outside of work,Kym Strong is also a wife of producer extraordinaire Reggie Strong Jr. and together they parent 7 children. She admits the balancing act can be a challenge, with work and school yet she finds her greatest joy in spending time with family. Strong, also loves to volunteer, read and shop, and dreams of traveling to Venice when she can catch her breath.
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The Alameda County Public Health Department’s EMS Corps program, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is helping local health care providers expand and diversify their workforce by training young men and women from the community to be emergency medical professionals.
“The main thing is to develop strong men...the responsibility for themselves, the responsibility to their families, and their responsibility to their community.” – Michael Gibson, program director of the EMS Corps.
MICHAEL GIBSON, Director, EMS Corps: We have worked with about 90 young men so far. And out of the 90 young men, about — I want to say almost 60 or so are certified EMTs and working in the field. He says his own experience spending time in and out of juvenile hall helps him understand the challenges these young men face.
They can’t get a job because of their juvenile record or they do not have enough work experience. Then they’re right back into the revolving door of incarceration. So, in our program, we wanted to be able to address those needs, to eliminate the excuses.
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