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This evening we welcome incumbent candidate and current Chair of the Board of Selectmen, Selectwoman Ann McGonigle Santos. We discuss all the issues, hills Anthony may or may not die on, businesses development, the "PC" way to say Ann's title, and much more. Hope you enjoy the show.
This evening we finally welcome Candidate for Town Selectmen Daniel Benjamin to the show. With Adam's crazy schedule, Dan's been so kind to bare with us to get this show out there for you. We will be asking the typical questions for the upcoming April 26th election, why Dan wants to be a Selectman, what are his views on a new proprosed High School, how will he address issues with downtown businesses, and more.
This evening we discuss updates to this April's local election, who is in, who is for real, and who needs some help. Speaking of help, we give the full "AP Course" on how to run a campaign 101, and a lot more. Hope you enjoy this week's show!
This episode we discuss this past week's tour of downtown with Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash's view of the town currently and what still needs to work, as well we tackle the issue of political ethics. What is appropriate, how should a decision be made, and do we have a right to be upset as a voter? (Because if you don't vote you should not complain.) All this and how late will Anthony call in this week.
Join us as we invite Candidate for Wakefield Town Selectman Peter May to the show. We will be going over what we believe will be key issues for the upcoming April 26th election, including over rides for school development, revitalization of the downtown businesses, and more. Get to know another one of the candidates and enjoy the show!
Due to technical difficulties last week, we are re-recording last week's episode. Tony has been kind enough to join us once again to discuss his background, why he is running, some of what Anthony and Adam think are going to be key local issues, and more.
Tonight's episode is our first ever running candidate episode. Tony Longo, candidate for the Tuesday, April 26th election for Town Selectmen joins the show. We discuss his background, why he is running, some issues to discuss, and more. We hope you enjoy this special episode!
Join us for three hours of very independent talk radio, as we dig deeper into the stories you want to know about. Like:
Famed Economist George Gilder Exposes the "Scandal of Money" While President Obama claims the economy has recovered, 94 million people have dropped out of the workforce, family income has dropped to $53,000 and the number of Americans on food stamps has mushroomed to 45 million. As famed economist and New York Times bestselling author George Gilder points out, “despite multi-billion dollar stimulus packages and near-zero interest rates, Wall Street recovers but the economy never does.”
The impact of the $15 an hour minimum wage for New York and California.
And direct from Hollywood, CA The Movie Capital of the World, Steve The Movie Guy reports on the latest box office winners, losers and coming attractions.
Plus more on Pope Francis’ papal exhortation, “Amoris Laetitia” (“The Joy of Love”), which expresses the Holy Father’s thoughts on the controversial 2014 and 2015 synods of bishops on the family,
Only Laughter Is The Cure To America's Political Anger And Frustration
Inquisition: Professor Calls For Climate-Change ‘Deniers’ To Be Punished
And the great alleged Ted Cruz Colorado Caucus Theft Caper.
On this special episode, we review our first year of our podcast. From downtown development to parking garages to town meetings to new superintendents, we try to cram it all in. You may be asking how can we do all of that. We have no idea but we are going to try. Enjoy the show.
We ring in the new year with our first episode of 2016. On this episode we will be discussing Wakefield's local election to be held on April 26th. Who is running for what position? Why do residents not run for office? We may even take a fun wager as to how many residents vote this election. Enjoy the show.
George Gilder-The Scandal of Money: Why Wall Street Recovers but the Economy Never Does. Famed economist and New York Times bestselling author George Gilder points out, “despite multi-billion dollar stimulus packages and near-zero interest rates, Wall Street recovers but the economy never does.”
Jodi Magness-“The Story of God with Morgan Freeman.” Professor Magness specializes in the archaeology of ancient Palestine (modern Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinian territories) in the Roman, Byzantine, and early Islamic periods.
James Hirsen-Bernie Slams Hillary for Hollywood Fundraiser. Hirsen, New York Times best-selling author, commentator, media analyst and law professor discusses.
John McTernan-Middle East and Israel; John’s Book, As America Has Done to Israel. McTernan, is founder of Defend and Proclaim the Faith Ministries.
Travis Weber-Little Sisters and Big Brother. Weber is Director of the Center for Religious Liberty at Family Research Council.
Robert Dekelaita-Middle Eastern Christians Least Likely To Find Sanctuary or Asylum. He was drawn to immigration law as a way to help his own people and other persecuted minorities, and has handled thousands of immigration cases.
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