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  • 00:59

    JUMBLED JUSTICE

    in Politics

    1.  In the News   2. Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard  Kerik talked by remote video from New York City about his book, From Jailer to Jailed, in which he detailed his 2010 guilty plea to making false statements and tax charges for which he served three years in federal prison. He talked about the criminal justice system and prison reform and also the civil rights investigation into the Baltimore Police Department announced the previous day. He also responded to electronic communications and telephone lines divided between those in law enforcement, those with experience in the prison system, and all others.   3.   Book Talk   4.  Listener Calls

  • 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.

  • 00:58

    JUMBLED JUSTICE

    in Politics

    1.  In the News    2.   Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) talked about his book Our Lost Constitution: The Willful Subversion of America’s Founding Document, in which he examines portions of the U.S. Constitution that he argues are currently diminished, including the Fourth Amendment’s protection against unreasonable search and seizures and the Origination Clause, which states that all tax bills must originate in the House of Representatives. Senator Lee spoke with Matt Kibbe, president and CEO of FreedomWorks.   3. Book Talk   4. Listener Calls

  • 01:00

    What Cops Watch

    in Film

    The May 21, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Captain Chris DiGiuseppi, Saint Louis Lake Police Department, and Mike Wilkerson, the creators of the podcast What Cops Watch.


    About the Guests


    What Cops Watch is a podcast that provides reviews and a law enforcement perspective on popular film and television.


    Chris DiGiuseppi is an award winning and local bestselling author from his first novel, The Light Bringer and has been traditionally published five times.  Chris has over 20 years in Law Enforcement at various levels up to and including Assistant Chief of Police. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and Northwestern University School of Police Staff Command. He is trained in various aspects of Law Enforcement and holds degrees in Human Resources and Business Administration.  Chris lives with his wife and children in Missouri.


    Mike Wilkerson has been creating podcast content for over a decade. In that time, he has provided the capture, edit, and promotion for all manner of skill sets, perspectives and more that inform, education and create legacies. After creating one of the most prolific podcast networks online, Mike continues to look for people with unique perspectives to share their stories with audiences that number more than 4 million annually. Mike, originally from the great white north of Wisconsin, now resides in St. Louis Missouri where he and his family enjoy Cardinal baseball, toasted ravioli, and all things cinematic.

  • 00:21

    When justice stops at the border

    in News

    Join us on Saturday, May 23 at 10 a.m. Eastern time when our guest on Studio SPJ will be Brad Heath, a reporter with USA Today and the winner of the 2015 Al Nakkula award for police reporting.


    Heath won the award for a series of stories in which he revealed how police and prosecutors nationwide had allowed nearly 200,000 fugitives to escape justice simply by crossing over state lines.


    The series led authorities in at least four states to reconsider or reverse this policy.


    The Nakkula award is named after the late Al Nakkula, a legendary cops and crime reporter for the Rocky Mountain News. The award is co-sponsored by The Denver Press Club and The University of Colorado's College of Media, Communication and Information.


    This broadcastis co-sponsored by the Colorado chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

  • 00:47

    MyFixitUpLife talk show: Let's talk tools and DIY makeovers

    in Design

    MyFixitUpLife is a the National Hardware Show scouting innovations for better DIY makeovers at the HYDE tools booth with expert friends Sara Bendrick, Cari Cucksey, and Patrick McCombe.


    We have a little bit of everything for tool geeks and DIY makeovers afficionados on this episode of MyFixitUpLife, broadcast from the National Hardware Show in Vegas.


    Lucky are we that Cari Cucksey from HGTV's 'Cash and Cari' and the queen of furniture makeovers joins us to talk about flea markets, Country Living Fairs, and her new paint line that may just be showing up in a retailer near you soon. (Theresa was able to score a few samples to take home and test out. She'll be sharing a blog soon.) For now, head over to Cari's Repurpose Shop online to check out the paint and her amazing creations.


    Fine Homebuilding editor Patrick McCombe comes ready with a pile of tool finds he's geeking out on from the companies sharing their innovations at the National Hardware Show. Patrick's keen sense of finding the best innovations from the rows and rows of products makes him a savvy expert. After the show, you'll want to head over to Fine Homebuilding to find out what he's sharing next. Your DIY makeovers will thank you.


    DIY Network's 'I Hate My Yard' host and expert yard-master Sara Bendrick brings her enthusiasm for all things in the landscape, sharing Theresa's motto of 'It's only a weed if you don't want it there.' Composting, yard makeovers, and a quick painting during the broadcast to raise awareness for her favorite charity, you won't want to miss what happens next.


    Live music by the talented John Valerio.

  • 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

  • 00:29

    PIJN News: Will Kennedy Be Swing Vote on Gay Marriage?

    in Christianity

    Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:


    * The Supreme Court is reviewing a landmark case about homosexual “marriage”. Will Justice Anthony Kennedy be the swing vote? We read his surprising quotes from oral arguments and can they force homosexual “marriage” in all 50 states?

  • 00:52

    Cochran Firm Fraud v. Justice for Stanley Parker, Killed by St. Louis PD 2002

    in Politics Progressive

    Another Cochran Firm Fraud: Meet us Thursday night at 6:00pmPST to meet Ms. J. Nashville and learn about police violence against her son, Stanley Parker, 17, and The Cochran Firm fraud that robbed her family of justice in this wrongful death case. Call in at (818)572.2947 to NNIA1 at Blogtalkradio (Justice for All). The African American youth was killed by a St.Louis police officer Keith McGull in 2002. On the civil trial date in 2006, Rodney Holmes, Esq., a Cochran Firm lawyer, was missing in action. Holmes did not appear in court to defend his client's wrongful death case. Nashville called The Cochran Firm's office and inquired. The Cochran Firm frauds reportedly called Holmes repeatedly but claimed they could not reach the missing attorney. The police department's lawyer reportedly told Nashville that Holmes often did that to clients. Once again, The Cochran Firm frauds used up their client's statute of limitations then pulled their CoIntelPro trick and "disappeared" -­ this time on the court date. Later, Nashville was allegedly told that The Cochran Firm had no money to pay for a continuance. She says she could not find another lawyer to take the case at the last minute and that the judge refused to allow her to proceed as a pro se plaintiff. Therefore, her son's wrongful death resulted in justice denied. Many Cochran Firm clients find themselves in similar circumstances. Read more at 
    "Fraud Against Police Victim Stanley Parker" in our "Cochran Firm Fraud" blog.
    http://cochranfirmfraud.blogspot.com/2015/05/fraud-against-police-victim-stanley.html


    Help Wanted: A lawyer to file a lawsuit for RICO Act racketeering with possibly hundreds of plaintiffs. See "Treacherous Lawyers: The Cochran Firm."

  • 00:31

    Managing The Mind - Tools For Optimal Living

    in Health

    Greetings and Welcome to Radio Time Productions with Host, Valerie Jarrette Bass. Broadcasting every Monday and sometimes Friday @5pm. Our guest Dave Siever, CEO of Mind Alive, Inc., will be discussing; Managing The Mind - Tools For Optimal Living using mind machines and AVE. This is an ongoing series on the benefits of utalizing these advanced tools to advance health in the body/mind.


     

  • 00:01

    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