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LTC Allen West is the CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis. Previously he served as an United States Representative representing Florida's 22nd and 18th Districts. He is a 22 year veteran of the military where he earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel as well as a Bronze Star and a Meritorious Service Medal. He is a Fox News contributor, and founder of AllenBWest.com. He is the author of the bestseller, Guardian of the Republic: An American Ronin’s Journey to Faith, Family and Freedom.
Abby Johnson is a pro-life activist from Texas, and author of Unplanned, which revealed her experience as a Planned Parenthood clinic director. She is the founder of abbyjohnson.org and abortionworker.org.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack chats with Michael Haskins and Carol Tedesco of the Mystery Writers Key West Fest and two of it's best-selling author panelists, Libby Fischer Hellmann and Don Bruns. The 2nd Annual Mystery Writers Key West Fest, a gathering of your favorite mystery writers along with local storytellers. This is a meet-and-greet where authors can catch up with old friends and readers can chat with their favorite mystery writers, get them to autograph books, and listen to panels where writers explain how and why they do Key West has been a long-time writers’ haven -- from Hemingway to Tennessee Williams. But it’s also been an island of popular intrigue -- from the mystery novels of Laurence Shames to Stuart Woods, John Leslie, Tom Corcoran, John Hersey, Thomas McGuane, and Robert Stone.
The inaugural Jeremiah Healy Mystery Writing Award - “The Jerry” – will be presented at the 2nd Annual Mystery Writers Key West Fest, August 14-16 in Key West, Florida. The winner will claim a book-publishing contract with Absolutely Amazing eBooks, free Mystery Writers Key West Fest registration, hotel accommodations for two nights, and a captivating bobble-headed Jerry trophy. http://mysterywriterskeywestfest.com/
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Join us every WEDNESDAY AT MIDNIGHT for Trade Martin's fast-paced, one half-hour conservative, political talk show.
We will discuss the most current political news.
I will also take your calls at (347) 838-8898.
Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.
Larry Klayman, founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, joins us this evening with an update on the work he's doing in opposition to the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Larry ran for the U.S. Senate in 2004 as a Republican in Florida's primary. After the race ended, he founded Freedom Watch. He's known for his strong public interest advocacy in furtherance of ethics in government and individual freedoms and liberties.
During his tenure at Judicial Watch, he obtained a court ruling that Bill Clinton committed a crime, the first lawyer ever to have done so against an American president.
Klayman became so famous for fighting corruption in government and the legal profession that the NBC hit drama series "West Wing" created a character after him: Harry Klaypool of Freedom Watch. His character was played by actor John Diehl.
Your thoughts on the NFL upholding Tom Brady’s 4 game suspension? Should he continue this appeal process?
Russell Wilson’s 4 year/$87.6M Contract: Does he deserve it and is this good for Seattle long term?
RGIII, Andy Dalton, or Jay Culter: Who has the most pressure going into this season at QB?
AFC West Perdictions and winner
Darkhorse in the conference
Duke, Clemson, or FSU: Which team is posed to have a let down year?
Who will play in the ACC Championship game and the winner?
PAC 12 Preview
Is this the year UCLA or USC finally jumps passed Oregon as the head of the PAC 12?
Is Cody Kessler a Heisman candidate and will he have another great season?
Darkhorse of the conference
Who wins the PAC 12 championship?
Your thoughts on Gibert Arenas comments towards LeBron James not being a #1 option?
Team USA: Should Derrick Rose play for the team despite the injuries?
If you had to choose 5 starters and 3 bench players for Team USA, who would it be & why?
UFC 190 Wrapup
Will anyone beat Ronda Rousey?
Welcome to Infidels Are Watching with your Hosts, Tim Burton and Kel Fritzi, where we ARE the Freedom Loving Infidels.
We have a very special show, an encore from Freedom Quest (Kel accidentally down-loaded the wrong episode... It's exceptional, though - you will love!)
Next week, who knows? Vito and Al? Gadi and Dee? stay tuned!!!!!
A Special Thanks to Al and Vito for ensuring our programs are aired, while Tim and Kel continue to get work done in the United Kingdom.
(Sorry about the slide - all Tim had was Penguins...)
Robert J. Yancy is the 1st African American Chairman of the Atlanta Chapter of SCORE. The chapter has 12 branch offices and more than 60 volunteers. In 1986, Yancy founded the School of Management at Southern Polytechnic State University. It was the first graduate degree program and first academic degree program outside of “Engineering Technology” in the history of the institution. His management degree programs earned accreditation in the shortest possible time. Yancy was elected “Professor Emeritus” and “Outstanding Faculty of the Year” for 2005-2006, and received the university’s nomination to the “University System of Georgia Hall of Fame” in 2006.During his tenure as an administrator within the University System of Georgia, Dr. Yancy served as Chairman of the Regent’s Council of Business School Deans, and as Chairman of the Regent’s Advisory Committee on Graduate Affairs. Prior to working at Southern Polytechnic he served the faculties of the University of West Georgia, Clark Atlanta University, Hampton University, Albany State University, and Southern University. He has a number of research publications relating to small business and management, including a six-part series entitled “Managing Business” that appeared in the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, and a book entitled Federal Government Policy and Black Business Enterprise. He also co-authored (with Dr. Edward D. Irons) a series of case studies on African American entrepreneurs.
On the show today, we take a look at the MLB Trade Deadline - who won, who lost, and who made a serious push to the postseason. Also, the fallout of the dismissal of Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski.
Plus, we start our NFL Previews with the NFC West and AFC West divisions, including the defending NFC Champions Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos.
Brad Maule was graduated from Stephen F. Austin College cum laude with a B.F.A. in theater and English. He grew up on a farm in rural west Texas where he attended one of the few remaining country schools with an enrollment of 150 students in twelve grades. Maule's theatre credits include Billy Barnes' musical revue, Movie Star. He then played Hamlet in Somethin's Rockin' in Denmark. He won the Drama-Logue Award for his performance in Stephen Sondheim's Marry Me A Little. Maule's television credits include guest starring roles in The White Shadow (1978), Three's Company (1977), Too Close for Comfort (1980), and Charlie's Angels (1976). He also appeared on the ABC miniseries Malibu (1983). Brad Maule wrote and performed songs before he became an actor. He worked as backup singer for Bob Gentry, Jim Nabors, and Don Ho, among others, and has released a couple of albums.
Born Nana Kwame Biney Asiedu Agyemfra in West London to a single Ghanaian mother, he soon moved to Ghana to live with his grandparents, where music became his passion. Kwame was influenced by the rhythms of traditional Ghanaian and West African music as well as Reggae, Folk, and American Soul and Blues. Moving to the United States to further his education enabled Kwame to fulfill his dream of making music. He attended William Paterson University, which is recognized as having one of the finest Jazz and Contemporary Music Programs in the country. At William Paterson, he began pursuing his musical career by teaming up with fellow musicians, creating a classic rock, blues and soul band, The Kause. After leaving The Kause, Kwame met songwriting partner Justin Wilcox at a recording session in Union City, NJ.
Kwame Binea Shakedown Official Site: http://www.kwamebineashakedown.com