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Join the host panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, with contributor Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the line. You too can Join our Round Table Discussion.
Bards Logic Welcomes Brita Schipner from East Germany, Dr. Jared Bigham, English Professor in China, Lisa Rassi, and more from Ralph Meloon. We will discuss Socialism in America, The Reason the Liberals Have to Lose on Tuesday November 4th.
Dr. Jared Bigham oversees support for successful implementation of Tennessee’s sweeping reforms focused on preparing students for success beyond high school. He was Supervising Principal of Copper Basin Schools in Polk County, Tennessee. He serves on Tennessee’s Academic Standards Leadership Council, and he is the former Executive Director of the Tennessee Rural Education Association. Jared is a graduate of Lee University, a master’s in curriculum and instruction from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and a doctorate degree in educational leadership from Liberty University.
Lisa Rassi Bachelors degree from Wheaton College;Repatriated to America this summer after 8.5 years in Asia Pacific.Int'l travel growing up included the Middle East, Western and Eastern Europe including USSR. Moved with immediate family (husband and 2 daughters) to Beijing in January 2006 where we lived for 5 full years before moving to Singapore for 3.5 years subsequently.
Ralph Meloon became well known in the community for building boats, a system of canals in Orlando, storm proof boathouses, dams, and even rescued an architect's million dollar home from sinking into the Florida muck. His travels travel took him to over 90 nations, almost 40 of which were communist.
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BACKROOM POLITICS is a weekly political roundtable of former politicos and Washington insiders who believe that political statesmanship and civility trumps the strict party line.
Guests on the show include some of the country's top political leaders and thinkers.
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Have you ever walked into a room only to forget why you went into that room? Have you ever thought to yourself, “I’m smart, but I’m no Einstein?” Think about how your life might be different if you could increase your brain power by just 5%. What if you could increase your IQ by several points or become a better problem solver?
Well, guess what?
According to research being done today, you just might be brighter than you think! Your brain, in its current state, has more capacity for learning, intelligence, and imagination than we realize. In each of us, there is the potential for a tremendous amount of unconscious perception and data-processing, which for various reasons is unengaged and seems to be beyond our normal range of consciousness.
Our guest, Dr. Win Wenger, is a pioneer in the fields of creative method, accelerated learning, brain and mind development, and political economy. He is a lecturer and the author of 55 published books, including breakthrough works like “Discovering the Obvious” and “The Einstein Factor,” which detail powerful techniques to facilitate learning, scientific discovery, and technical innovation. H
is unique non-profit organization, Project Renaissance, is dedicated to increasing individuals’ potential and accelerating the dawning of a new Renaissance.
I have been surprised by the chatter going around about South Carolina's proposed State Constitution Amendment election. The crust of the matter isSouth Carolina is the only State in the Union to elect their Adjutant General. Amendment 2 on the November 4th election day will make the office an elected position. As with every matter the opinions vary from who cares, they must be elected and it is stupid not to have the Adjutant General not appointed.
We are going to examine the duties and history of this position> We are also going to explore the pros and cons of having an elected or appointed Adjutant General.
Later in the morning the Chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party will join us for an overview of the Mid-term Elections (State and National) as we get closer to the day we pick our new political representatives.
No matter what State, city or county you live in the candidates and issues may be different; however, all of us face similar issues and we can discuss what do you look for to make your decisions before going to the polls.
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The award winning BlogTalkRadio program The Ron and Don Show with co-hosts Ronald A. Edwards, Minnesota historian, civil rights activist, television host and the most quoted African American in the Star Tribune and Don Allen, Hamline University student, award winning journalist and founder of The Independent Business News Network welcomes Hamline University’s professor Dr. David Schultz to talk about the upcoming elections, Hamline University’s gubernatorial debate and the hearing by senate ethics committee in the cases of Senators Jeff Hayden and Bobby Joe Champion.
On Wednesday, October 29 at 8:30 pm you are invited to an in-depth examination of local politics and our prediction on the elections and who is more likely to win. David Schultz is Hamline University’s professor of political science and law and a University of Minnesota School of Law Professor. He is the author/editor of more than 28 books and 100 articles on American politics and he is frequently interviewed in the local, national, and international media including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and National Public Radio.
BlogTalkRadio is an online radio station that nurtures citizen journalism and is broadcast globally online via laptops, home computers, iPads and Smartphones.
Dr. Schultz told producers of The Ron and Don Show, “I would be honored to do the show.” The Ron and Don Show has been on the air for over three years and is one of the top-rated programs in Minnesota. Please tell fellow students, friends and co-workers to tune in Wednesday, October 29 to the best in BlogTalkRadio. Phone lines will be open and we welcome callers to contact us at (347) 426-3909
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Co-Host Ron March......Are we ready to claim our nationality....Can we handle the changes?
Nationality is the legal relationship between a person and a country. Nationality normally confers some protection of the person by the state, and some obligations on the person towards the state. What these rights and duties are vary from country to country.
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