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  • 00:35

    PETRULAKIS HAS NO USE FOR LUSTGARTEN

    in News

    PETRULAKIS PATTERSON POLITICS


    Patterson councilmember Lustgarten is no longer needed and is now being recalled on much less serious charges than those she apologized for in the past


    Patterson councilmember Annette Smith can appreciate what Lustgarten is going through.

  • 00:28

    30JK -- Msg to a Certain Mayor...

    in Entertainment

    30JK NATION... eyes up here!

    HOW DARE HE!!! Man... makin' fun of the First Family... now ya done did it!
    Now get this! Your man JK has a message to the mayor of Washington. Exclusively on "The J"...
    Do NOT miss... ONE... SINGLE... MINUTE!!!

    Miss me... and you miss OUT!!! WORD UP, YO!!! The party starts, of course, the second YOU get over here!

    And in case you've forgotten who this is... THIS IS PROJECT JKFX!!! Come on!

    Also follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube too!

  • 01:59

    Talk Jamaica Aug 2

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this Sunday, we review stories from ‘THE WEEK THAT WAS’: Our top stories are: 
    • PRIME MINISTER WANTS DEBT RELIEF.
    • JLP URGES STOP ORDER ON SCHOOLS WITHHOLDING REGISTRATION PACKAGES UNLESS FEES ARE PAID.
    The discussion segment commences at 4:30. Kingston’s Mayor Senator Dr. Angela Brown Burke yesterday endorsed the launch of Pride Jamaica 2015. We play excerpts of her presentation of what will be Jamaica’s first ever Gay Pride Event. 
    At 4:45 p.m., we’ll be joined by the Mayor of Montego Bay, Glendon Harris, who will speak to the crime wave affecting St. James, particularly, Montego Bay, which has recorded more than 100 murders since the start of 2015. 
    At 5 P.M., we sit, one on one, with INDECOM boss Terrence Williams, who has just commenced his second stint in the post. He will address the issues of the proposed oversight body among other burning issues.


    Then, later in the broadcast, we take you into our Talk Vault feature, at 5:35 PM where he meet with 2015 Senior Grand Champion of the World Championship of the Performing Arts, Francois Medley.

  • 00:03

    POlitical Animals

    in Current Events

    POLITICAL ANIMALS:  Republican 2016 Presidential Candidate  --Religious 
    Afflilation---Roman Catholic--Chris Christie-George Pataki-Bobby Jindahl-Rick Santorum-John Kasich-Marco Rubio


    Pope Francis Contradictions----Climate Change Conferance  in the Vatican--Featured politicians connected to Gay Marriage & Funding of Pedophiles ---Governor Jerry Brown & Mayor Ed Lee San Francisco


    PUBLIC POLICY QUESTION--Is the-Bicycle Colalition--Using Domestic Tatics in protest of defying Rules of the Road


    July 31st--Births-Deaths & Events relevant to US(a)  
    Elmer 'Roper---pollster---


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:32

    ANEW CITY IS COMING

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    The new city club is proposing to take over a segment of the city of Modesto to rule with their own budget, their own police force, their own regulations and it will be paid for by the property owners in the district.


    City of Modesto has already surrenderedits capacity to govern to a special group of people..

  • 00:46

    Police Refuse To Arrest Dog Thief/Rapist CALL TO ACTION

    in Pets

    Looking at the website for Waynesboro, MS, I see they take pride in their city. The police site proudly displays "To Protect and Serve'. However, these must just be words that they display to make their city look good! In reality, the police are failing to 'protect and serve' one family and their despirate calls for police assistance.


    James and Laquita Johnson were awaken at 2:30am Saturday morning by a call from their neighbor stating he had witnessed a man tearing thru their fence to get to one of their beloved dogs (why the dog was kept outside if it was so beloved is unknown to me). The witness gave a description of the truck and the Johnsons knew exactly who was the thief. Laquita called the police but when they showed up, they simply told her they could NOT knock on his door!!!!!!!!! So James, the owner of the missing dog, walked don to the suspects house to get his dog back. As he approached, the dog came running out of the house!!!!!! Evidence in the rectal area proved the dog had been raped.


    Now we are making a Call To Action plea for our listeners to spread the news, make calls, and write emails. Those living near the Waynesboro, MS area are asked to picket the City Hall and demand an investigation, arrest and prosecution of the suspect, Eddie Woullard.


    Here is the information:


    Waynesboro City Office


    714 Wayne St


    Waynesboro, MS 39367


    601-735-4874, 601-735-3121


    waynesboropolice.org


    waynesboroms.us


    cityofwaynesboro@gmail.com


    Mayor: Richard Johnson 601-735-4874


    Story from: Shannon Stewart Bates facebook page

  • 00:22

    Ernest Everett talks about his candidacy for Mayor of Troy

    in Politics

     


    Earnest Everett talks about his candidacy for Mayor of Troy

  • July 29th Home Court Sports Show

    in Sports

    Be sure to tun into tonight's show live from 7-9pm CST! We've got another classic lined up. We'll be joined by Milwaukee Mayoral Candidate, James Methu, to hear what he likes & dislikes about the new Milwaukee Bucks arena funding plan and how he'd change it. We'll also touch on the Shaquille O'Neal vs Scottie Pippen drama, as well as the Ghostface Killah vs Action Bronson beef! Also, we'll touch on if the Milwaukee Brewers should be sellers, John Henson's contract extension, and the addition of Chris Copeland. Tune in!?

  • 00:33

    WITHROW TOO LATE TO ABSTAIN

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    Withrow too late to abstain


    Supervisor Terry Withrow is too late to abstain on the vote to support the downtown Modesto community benefit district.


    He has already voted by investing $1000 in the NEW CITY CLUB, which is a group that organized and created the community benefit district.


    The new city club will have its own boundaries, its own police force, it’s own rules and regulations, and will eventually have access to $1 million a year, in assessments on property owners.


    After the district is approved and taxes are collected Withrow’s $1000 contribution will be returned.


    Other club members will also have their money returned by taxpayers in the district.


    Although the County and the city do not pay taxes on our buildings, they have agreed that they will voluntarily give tax payers money to the new city club.


    Public properties will also be allowed to vote for the new city club, giving those in favor of the new city, a 15% head start in the vote.


    Property owners are being asked to vote a second ballot because of a “technical error” with the first ballot.


    We don’t know what was wrong with the first ballot,, we do know that Chamber of Commerce Pres. Dave Gianelli is making phone calls seeking support for the new city.


    Finally, deputy city manager Brent Sinclair was asked for a list of the members of the new city club and their contribution. (INVESTMENTS)


    Sinclair claimed that he needed 14 days to provide that information.

  • GR Mayoral candidate Rev. Robert Dean interview on Beer City Hoops: 7-29-15

    in Sports

    Rev. Robert Dean, candidate for Mayor in Grand Rapids talks about his campaign, the City and its' future.


    sports, basketball, Grand Rapids, Michigan, hoops, hops, local, craft beer, beer city, beercityusa, interviews, opinions, talk show, events

  • 01:10

    Helping the Homeless with Jermaine Hampton

    in Non-Profit

    The homeless situation is a problem all over. We are finding that more and morecollege students are homeless. What can we do to help these individuals. Here to give us some tips on how he handles the homeless situation in the DMV area is Jermaine Hampton. 


    Jermaine Hampton brings a wealth of experience to the table as Director for both the AimHire Job Placement/Housing Program and the Before Thirty Youth and Young Adults Program. Before joining the Friendship Place team in Feb 2011, Jermaine worked as a government contractor for Montgomery County as a Specialist in employment services, education, and training. In addition to his workforce development background Jermaine also has a great deal of experience in staffing, business management, marketing, advocacy, fundraising, and the nonprofit HR field.   


    Under Jermaine’s leadership, Friendship Places AimHire program has received the Tyler Christian Rusch Help the Homeless Award from Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church and a Certificate of Appreciation from the DC Department of Employment Services “for being a valued partner through Mayor Gray’s One City One Hire Initiative.” Jermaine is a current member of the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals and was honored with their 2015 Leadership Award.  Jermaine holds a Bachelor of Science from Virginia State University.