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Join us tonite at 8pm Eastern Time to listen to a broadcast followed by live discussion with Leslie Brill, the mother of Amanda Weincowski. On Januuary 9, 2009, the body of Amanda Wienckowski was discovered naked and upside down in a garbage tote across the street from the residence of Antoine J. Garner, where she had gone to provide sexual services. Antoine Garner (not charged in her death) has been a person of interest to the Buffalo Police. The initial Eerie County Medical Examiners Report stated she died of a drug overdose. However, retired Buffalo Homiced Detective "Mark J. Lauber " is breaking his silence and has come out to say that he believes the most likely scenario was that a large person accidentally choked the petite, 20-year-old Kenmore woman during a paid sexual encounter. The medical examiner toxicologist was notified and said that he agreed with the detective but no other cause was found. Wienckowski's family sought the assistance of attorney Steven M. Cohen of the Amherst law firm Hogan Willig and had a second autopsy done by a West Coast pathologist who concluded that Wienckowski's cause of death was strangulation. Read more here: http://www.studentsforabetterfuture.com/2014/08/03/the-case-of-amanda-wienckowski/ Make a pledge to the Amanda Weincowski case here: https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/8qjK9?psid=faa7c4cb7a264a71a2ee5b315c80dd2a&fb_ref=share__b3tzma This show sponsored by Studemtsforabetterfuture.Com
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Tonite we are going to discuss what maybe the "freebies" given to to students in the public education system. Recently, students in the 9nth grade of the Parsippany District were given ipads. One of the reasons behind the iPad... more

It is well known that Politics is a chess game. Who ever plays this game well comes out like a winner both at playing chess and at politics. There are some fine examples of this besides our current poltical state in history which include the... more

Kim Thatcher is a member of the Oregon House of Representatives and of the Republican Party. She represents Keizer from the 25th district. She is owner of the highway construction firm KT Contracting and is a critic of the Oregon... more

Who is Michelle Prescott? Well, she is a homeschool mom and the founder andPresident of American Gun Rights. (www.AmericanGunRights.us) They have 50 state chapters that work hard to help educate and inform about our rights,... more

Kim Thatcher is a member of the Oregon House of Representatives. She is a member of the Republican party representing Keizer from the 25th district. She is owner of the highway construction firm KT Contracting and is a critic of the... more

Join us tonite as it is (Primary) election day in some states. We will have all the results, and we will be joined by Candidate for Governor, Robert Newman (CA). He will be sharing with us some strategy on how we can bring down the... more

Kathy Weppner is a lifelong resident of Western New York. She and her husband Dennis raised five children in Williamsville, NY. She attended St. Bonaventure University and the University of Buffalo studying Mass Communication. She was... more

Article Five of the United States Constitution describes the process whereby the Constitution may be altered. Altering the Constitution consists of proposing an amendment or amendments and subsequent ratification. "The Congress,... more

Reid Reasor is a U.S. Senate Candidate (R) from Texas contesting for the people's seat currently occupied by Senator John Cornyn (R). He is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, with a bachelor's degree in... more

"Your ability to be human does not apply the minute you step outside your doorstep." (Finkle) We all remember the story of 1984 wrtten by "Big Brother?" Just how close are we living in 1984 "themes" today. Consider this.One day... more

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