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What do you call a random group of political troublemakers in a bar...apparently the Waterfront Caucus? There's no agenda, no membership, no rhyme or reason...just an opportunity for politicites to gather, drink beer, and shoot the breeze. Over the last few months, we've been airing our show live from the Waterfront Caucus (and whatever bar we happen to be in that month). Basically, anybody who shows and is willing to sit in our roundtable discussion is welcome.
We're back at the Waterfront Caucus at Dimitri's in Catonsville Maryland (in case you want to join us in person). Tonight is a round table discussion with the possibility of a surprise phone in guest. But as always in politics, we'll see. Join in the conversation as we discuss the MDGOP election for Chairman, CPAC news of the day, the Rumor Mill, Ben Carson, Todd Huff, and more. Want to actually join the conversation, call in at 213-943-3619 (or join us in p
Today, we welcome Norann Dillon, chair of the Minnesota chapter of the Republican Liberty Caucus. We will discuss what the RLC is, and what the future looks like for the liberty movement following the results of the recent election, as well as speculate what the new competing Democratic led "progressive caucus" means for Minnesota politics. Find us on Facebook: facebook.com/libertytreeradio Twitter: @LibrtyTreeRadio
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Wednesday, May 15th on Bards Logic, we welcome authors Matt Margolis and Mark Noonan.
In November 2003, Matt founded Blogs for Bush, one of the most popular political blogs during the 2004 presidential campaign, earning him an invitation to the Republican National Convention. Since then, Matt has launched a number of successful blogs and has been an invited guest on local and national television and radio programs. Mark Noonan is a longtime blogger and Navy veteran. Noonan writes on a wide variety of subjects and has appeared in old and new media over the years. Matt and Mark both blog at blogsforvictory.com. Their first book, Caucus of Corruption: The Truth about the New Democratic Majority, was published in 2007.
From the Press release: 150 Reasons Why Barack Obama is the Worst President in History exposes the truth about his presidency, and documents the facts that will shape his legacy: His real record on the economy; the ugly truths about Obamacare; his shocking abuses of taxpayer dollars; his bitterly divisive style of governing; his shameless usurping of the Constitution; his scandals and cover ups; his policy failures at home and abroad; the unprecedented expansion of government power.
Bards Logic Political Talk is The Grassroots, We the People Show.
Back a few weeks ago I was saddened to learn of the passing of Howard Phillips. Phillips was a man of principle who was champion for of the Constitution against the rising tides of secularism and liberalism. One of the original founders of the Moral Majority, he was a vocal advocate of Christian Reconstructionism and a follower of R.J. Rushdoony. His faith in Christ was strong, articulate and contagious.
In 1992 Howard Phillips founded what would later become the Constitution Party. After having working relationships with Presidents Nixon and Reagan, Phillips was convinced the Republican Party would not support and defend the Constitution our forefathers handed down to us. Instead of merely going along to get along in order to secure more power, he left the party in order to fight for principle.
Howard Phillips was also the chairman of the Conservative Caucus and host of the Conservative Roundtable weekly television program.
When I ran for Congress in 2007, Howard drove all the way up from Virginia (on his own dime) to help and campaign for me. He knew I had little chance of winning, but wished to encourage me and instill within me some core values about what is really important. My time with Howard Phillips will be a time I will always cherish.
You learn more about Howard Phillips by reading his son Doug’s tribute to him at Vision Forum.
On this episode of the KevCast I will air an interview I conducted with Howard during my congressional campaign in 2007.
Milling About visits The Samoset Resort in Maine where romance, relaxation and recreation meet at their lovely waterfront property sitting on the edge of Penobscot Bay. Just sit back on a lawn chair and watch the boats go by or play 18 holes of their championship golf course while taking in spectacular views of the ocean. Luxuriate in your renewal journey at The Spa at Samoset after negotiating rocks on the near mile trek on the Breakwater to the Lighthouse.
General Manager Connie Russell and Spa Director Julie Slade join host Robin Milling. Connie came to the hospitality business working at his father's motel in his hometown of Orono. Along the property are one and two-bedroom cozy cottages Wind Drift, Spring Tide and Sea Spray, which Connie says are perfect for couples with screened porches and gas fireplaces. The glorious 100 year-old Flume cottage juts out on the rocks boasting an outdoor hot tub on a glass railing deck overlooking Penobsot Bay. Like any historic hotel, The Samoset originally built in 1889, has had it's share of ghost stories like the elevator closing or opening by itself!
At The Spa, Robin was treated to an aromatherapy massage deeply inhaling frankincense; the scents are tailored to your mood. Before your massage, breathe in the ocean air while sipping tea in the serenity room with privacy screens so you can walk around freely in their cushy velvety robe. Julie tells Robin the massage mixes western and eastern traditions with reflexology, Chakra work and Swedish. A former owner of her own day spa in Camden, Julie led Colorado whitewater rafting tours before she settled in Maine, and now she comes 'skipping to work!'
Special Guest ~ JD Messinger JD Messinger began his adult life as a firefighter, and moved on to be the former CEO of Ernst & Young Consulting, Singapore. One of 37 Distinguished Graduates from the United States Naval Academy, a former nuclear submarine officer, television and radio show creator, producer and host, and the Exxon executive who helped supervise the Valdez Oil spill cleanup. JD is the author of 11 DAYS IN MAY: The Conversation that will Change Your Life (Waterfront Digital Press, 2012). 11 Days in May is the story of a spiritual transformation that started after having his second near death experience. It is a dialogue with an unseen being that explores some of the deepest questions mankind has asked throughout human history: Who am I, Why am I here, What is a Thought, What are Intentions, What is Matter, Time, Love, War, Sex, Death, Souls, and so on. JDMessinger.com
Shelly Wilson is an Intuitive Medium, Reiki Master and Spiritual Teacher. Her mission is to assist others on their own journey into consciousness and encourage them to live an authentic life through awareness and empowerment. Her intention is to bring understanding, help you to heal from the past and realize your full potential.
Discussing Mayor Mike Spano's aversion to scrutinize and clean up the mess in Yonkers executive office which he controls and maligns by his conduct while claiming he is learning of more malfeasance that took place under the prior administration is the subject matter discussed on Monday's Westchester on the Level radio program; May 6, 2013, from 10 a.m. onward. Interestingly, not one person has been charged. Not former Mayor Phil Amicone, not JimPinto, not anyone. When will there be an accounting of the money collected by the use of estimated water bills. Where i the money? What about the money spect on paying off electric bills for X2o and the water bill allegedly paid with respect for Zuppa's restaurant? How much longer before Ridge Hill meets the threshhold so that Sales Tax revenue can accrue to benefit the City of Yonkers? When will the Nepperhan Community Center be advised to rid itself of an allegedly thieving executive director who calls himslef Dr. Rev. Jim Bostic? When will SFC Yonkers' last standing Fidelco firm divulge their imprint for economic development on the Yonkers Waterfront? Does Mayor Have enough time to pay attention to the "real issues" confronting the city or are ribbon cuttings consuming his days, 24/7? When will the contractual agreements with developers be such to have bite when they are not adhered to or is that the intentions, that so-called developers are permitted to use the City of Yonkers as their personal bank? When with the Fire Commissioner release an official statement regarding the suspicious fire that took place at Teutonia Hall? When? Hezi Aris is your host today.Listen or share your perspective by calling the program at 347-205-9201 during the "live" broadcast time slot. Westchester On the Level is heard every weekday live from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon, or on demand, by way of the archival database through the Internet.
A non-political show this morning! Live interviews from the Spark Growth Conference;
The Spark Growth Riverwalk 2013 Economic Development Summit has been referred to as "One of the most far reaching events of its type in our area, it sets the stage for future large scale initiatives to promote Economic Development and technology industry growth."
Here is what we will cover during the day:
Regional leaders examine current trends in disruptive technology and business models in a series of panel discussions. Keynote by Jim Stikeleather, Chief Innovation Officer of Dell.
“Yes, there is money” “Why here? Why now?” “Disruptive Technologies and Disruptive Business Models: In a perfect economy where is growth and return?” “Home grown tech: What is coming out of Florida Universities and What some companies are doing about it” “Entrepreneurial Microclimates: Our secret weapon” From funding resources, technology transfer and commercialization, why Florida and why now to entrepreneurial micro-climates, don’t miss this interesting look at our burgeoning Florida eco-system.
Admission for the day and the evening waterfront reception is $85, more information: http://sparkgrowth.net.
Thank you, Sara Hand, for organizing this.
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March 22, 2013
"The Last Word" with Michael Lawson
“Children begin by loving their parents as they grow older they judge them, sometimes they forgive them.”
“The only answer that remains; Will the 3% Regressive, Ultra-Right Wing, Homophobic and Racist that control what’s left of the former Republican Party someday be forgiven.”
Thomas Fortenberry, Senior Producer TLW
Rev. Edward Hailes, The Advancement Project, General Counsel
Walter Rogers, President North Carolina Black Leadership Caucus
Robin Bradford, Candidate for Chair Mecklenburg County, NC Democratic Party
Medicare data is from a 2006 Kaiser study. (re Medicare recipients are about 78% white and mostly over 65.