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ObamaCare is a wealth-theft program that forces you to bend over and say "ahh"; Federal bureaucracy gets in the way of complex ongoing relationships that serve civil society, and ends with acts of state-sponsored terrorism; Forget Barack Obama's "equal pay" demagoguery - in the Obamaconomy, just about everyone is worse off (except Democrats, of course); The Left is trampling free speech for the sake of orthodoxy - but is it eating itself in the process?
Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, drives homes the point of freedom and America the idea. Don't miss this show! Shane talks about the following issues:
1. Shane moderated the debate between Dr. Zuhdi Jasser and Dr. Carl Goldberg in Arizona. They debated the religion of Islam, what our concerns should be in America, and what the solutions look like. See the debate by going to www.freedomfires.com.
2. VP Joe Biden makes it clear that President Barack Obama intends to move forward unilaterally to deal with the immigration problem.
3. Women and equal pay. What about the lies spewed by the media? What's the truth anyways?
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Welcome to the Seriouside of the jril show. We will be discussing the following topics this morning:
1st SEGMENT: EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK
The numbers are staggering!! Women only make 77 cents for every dollar that is earned by men. How can the GOP continue not to support the Lillie Ledbetter act?
2ND SEGMENT: ALL OUT ASSAULT ON THE BLACK VOTE
Requiring people to show ID to vote…nothing wrong with that right? It is when the main purpose of the law is to suppress the black vote!! We will discuss.
3RD SEGMENT: REVISITING THE DAVONTAE SANFORD STORY
Four people were gunned down in a suspected drug house in 2007. A 14-year-old, partially blind, learning-disabled boy named Davontae Sanford confessed. But a month later, a convicted hit man told police he was the real murderer. We have an update on this story..
Equal Pay Day 2013: Women Still Making Fraction What Men Make
Today is Equal Pay Day, the day in which advocates say women must work until to make the same amount as men made last year. Nearly 50 years after the passing of the Equal Pay Act of 1963, full-time year-round female employees make only as much as 80 percent of what their male counterparts make. Those analyzing this look at various factors such as occupational preferences and differences in the degree that men and women differ in family activities, but many studies still point to discrimination as being at least one factor. We talk to Fatima Goss Graves, Vice President for Education and Employment at the National Women's Law Center in Washington, DC.
FEC Vacancies Mean Lack of Electoral Law Enforcement
Beset by a long-term vacancy and ridden with deadlock, the Federal Elections Commission has become seen as mostly dysfunctional, unable to carry out its task of enforcing rules regarding elections and electoral finance. A recent column in Roll Call referred to the FEC as a lame-duck, a reference to the fact that the terms for every remaining member are about to expire, and it goes on to point out a growing backlog of work and even the ability to even determine when violations occur. We speak to the author of that column, Eliza Newlin Carney who is also a staff writer for CQ Roll Call covering lobbying and influence.
Lang & Wilburn will dsicuss one the hottest topics of the genrations- Equal Pay For Women.
Today's show is based upon the perspective of two women that had careers for 20+ years, have raised a family, have expereinced a multitute of life situtions and still managed to achieve multiple degrees and today remain in the workforce.
Experts in the feild of psychology, business & education will share advise.
Human Resource Professionals
Join Kori as she tackles the question of using social media to market your brand, Equal Pay Day in the US, and how authors really make their money.
Oh, and don't miss her update about the Orange Berry Book Blog tour. Did it work? WOuld she do it, again?
Tonight show will be about the current headlines about equal pay, ACA, Paul Ryan's budget, ect. This years election is shaping up to be democrats pitting republicans as having a "War on Women" and a "War on Poverty" while republicans are basically claiming the ACA, position on abortion, and gay marriage stance is a "War on Liberty", War on Christians", and a "War on Business" It's time to wake up a realize these individuals only care up us when it comes to votes. These are all issues that take up significant time and tax payer money for our congress to discuss and give speeches. Instead of working on real solutions to the problems that plague our nation they focus on things theyh have no control over and things that don't necessarily have a large effect on the whole of America.
Our guest today is Bethany Williams:
Fortune 500 Strategist
Best Selling Author
Senior IT Executive
We cover a lot in a short amount of time!
Bethany, why did you start writing books? You were working as an executive and had 3 kids, surely you had enough to do?
What is the biggest obstacle that gets in the way of women succeeding from your perspective?
What faulty belief systems do women have when it comes to success? .
Why is taking a stand on the pay gap and fighting for equal pay a passion of yours?
Women are paid 100%-300% below their value. Why?
You've authored several books now, what is your most popular book?
Your first book, Winning Strategies for women, appeals to what age group?
You put out a book called CEO of YOU, what is that book about?
What advice do you have for women in healthcare?
For the full blog article and how to contact Bethany and purchase her books, please join us here.
Last night, President Obama appeared to have a new sense of ease as he delivered his sixth State of the Union address. After all, as he noted, he's run his last campaign... and he won both of them. MOMocrats Karoli, Cynematic and Donna Schwartz Mills discuss the speech from the progressive POV: the President's agenda, and the Republican response. Will we get equal pay for women, a raise in the minimum wage, paid leave, subsidized childcare, new infrastructure projects or anything else proposed by the President? Not likely... but the Republican response made clear that this Congress will give us a lot of Koch Brothers pet issues and anti-abortion measures. Produced by Engender Media Group.
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