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Michigan's Economic Reality: An interview with Congressman Bart Stupak of Michigan's 1st Congressio...
The Petoskey News-Review editorial board and staff writer Noah Fowle discuss the state's economy with Congressman Bart Stupak of Michigan's 1st Congressional District.
Brett Favre Day at Lambeau on Thanksgiving! Bart Starr coming home along with Brett & Rodgers, it will be an Amazing day and we are going to chat some Turkey Football memories with the gang, Fred, Brandon, Eldridge, Big Cat, Scott T! Time to get this tailgate party started :) And anyone who wants to join in is always welcome, team NFL! (929) 477-3657 :)
The NFL has expanded the Thanksgiving Day game to include three games. The two traditional games include Detroit hosting the early game, and the Dallas Cowboys hosting the afternoon game. The third game is a primetime event that rotates among the league. This year, the NFL decided to add the Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears. This is the leagues most played rivalry and will mark the 192nd meeting between the clubs. Chicago leads the overall series, including playoffs, 93-92-6.
In addition, the Green Bay Packers will retire the #4 jersey of Brett Favre at halftime. Joining the festivities will be Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr. Amidst the holiday and jersey retirement, there will be a football game played. The Packers defeated the Bears 31-23, in week one. Matt Forte tried to be a one man wrecking crew rushing for 141 yards on 24 carries. With the Bears down by eight, and a first and ten at the Green Bay 29; Jay Cutler threw a game changing interception. Clay Matthews intercepted Cutler and returned the ball into Chicago territory with under four minutes to play. The Packers cashed in with an Eddie Lacy two-yard run to make the score 31-16.
The Bears enter week 12 with a 4-6 record, and are in a must win situation if they want a chance to make the playoffs. They are currently two games behind the Atlanta Falcons for the last wildcard spot. The Packers regained first place with a win over the Vikings and must win to maintain first place, in the NFC North. Suprisingly, the Bears offense ranks higher (16th) than the Packers (21st), in total yards. However, yards don't win games and the Packers rank ninth in points scored (24.9) while the Bears rank 21st (21.4). The Bears racked up over 400 yards in the week one loss against a Packers defense that now ranks ninth in scoring defense (19.8). The Bears are allowing 25.1 points per game, which ranks 22nd. Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
Everyone knows you have to be brave to launch your own business; but until you’ve been there, you really don’t know how brave. Host Bart Jackson commiserates and examines several of the most dire and haunting traumas most every intrepid entrepreneur encounters – and he shares the advice of top business leaders who’ve faced down these demons before. All ye entrepreneurs, should tune in. You may not find any quick-fix silver bullets, but at least we’ll open up a few new avenues of attack and some answers that will allow you to sleep better tonight.
Political Animals--Live Guest--Political Journalist Patrick Butler Illinois experience of 50 years
Vision Zero agenda exposed--Controversial Swedish professor
Bicycle Agenda--More White Privilege
New form of Auto Insurance fraud--staged collisions setup by bicyclists?
PUBLIC POLICY QUESTIONS-
***Are our public transportation venues such as the Golden Gate Bridge--The New Bay Bridge--& The BART Tude under San Francisco Bay at risk of a terroist attack
***Are other public transportation venues around the US at risk from a terroist attack/sabotage?
***-Should the US Government pressure middle eastern countries-Saudi Arabia--Yemen--Jordan--Middle east emirits--to take in these Syrian displaced people?
***Was British politician enoch Powell right when he issued the warning about these people and "A river of Blood"
***Should the US offer financial aid to countries that take in these displaced people?
Taking Terroists and Terroism Seriously--Is the Golden Gate Bridge and other Bay Bridges safe from a terroist attack?
Is the San Francisco BART subway tube under the Bay safe from Terroist sabotage?
There are Islamic frogmen--Are any of them Isis?
What's the difference between "Isis" and " Islic"?
What happened to public Transportation in London and Tokyo! Part One
Left wing politicians removed human toll bridge takers--Cameras only record license plates but not the drivers of the vehicles going across the bridges
When over 400 million GPS owners and 50 million smartphone holders hear the warm, mellifluous, yet firm tones of Ms. Karen Jacobsen telling them what to do, they listen and drive exactly as her voiceover directs. Even when the dreaded “Recalculating” issues from their magical global positioning machines, Karen is able to break the news with an almost kindly gentility. Host Bart Jackson discusses with guest Karen Jacobsen the intriguing tale of how on earth she positioned herself to seize this plum position – and more interestingly how she has very cleverly grown this invisible opportunity to into a stage stardom as a singer, business mentor, author, concert performer, and sought-after personality. Tune in to discover the entrepreneur behind the voice, and learn how to wisely employ your own remarkable capabilities.
From a wooded swamp to the hub of American competitive rowing, the Princeton National Rowing Association has made its Mercer Lake in central New Jersey the site of national competitions and Olympic training. Host Bart Jackson invites PNRA Executive Director Kris Grudt to trace the path of his non-profit’s success. Additionally, Bart and Kris will discuss the value of this nation’s oldest sport in building leadership, teamwork, and all around more confident individuals. So stick your oar in the water and learn how the best-organized non-profits are doing it, and just what this exciting sport is all about.
Amina Figarova was born in Baku, Azerbaijan. Piano lessons came early - and she trained to become a classical concert performer. In the late 80's, she became immersed in Jazz studies at the Rotterdam Conservatory. Coming to the States in 1989, she completed her education at Berklee. It was there that she met Bart Platteau, a flutist from Belgium.
Together, Amina and Bart were invited - in 1998 - to join the Monk Institute Summer Jazz Colony in Aspen. And there have been countless shows - everywhere - since then. And a baker's dozen of albums! "Blue Whisper" is her current project, full of personal reflection and haunting melodies. With Amina on this gorgeous ride, is her touring sextet - and a bevy of prestigious guests. Including past "Hybrid Jazz" visitor Wayne Escoffery. And a man whose name you've heard quite a bit on the show, bassist Luques Curtis.
We'll certainly heard tracks from this incredible CD - and talk to Amina about the road that took her to such articulate expression of her musical heart. We'll also hear offerings from November Babies - this month is full of strong Jazz voices and instrumentalists. We might even thrown in some December children - Amina is one of those :)
Join us at NOON Eastern time on Tuesday, 11/3/2015. Our fascinating guest joins us in the second hour. We hope to see you in our Chat Room!
Buying & selling companies is one of the most fascinating – and complex – maneuvers in all business. And if Host Bart Jackson’s latest guest, Michael Nall has his way, it is about to get a whole lot simpler. Veteran dealmaker Mike has founded and heads the international Alliance of Merger and Acquisition Advisors, plus the MidMarket Alliance. Now he is leveraging these two Chicago-based organizations into a giant amalgamation of global M&A resources, ranging from legal, accounting, financial, and funding sources to an online strategic buyer/seller market board. What do you think? Are biz sellers, like NASDAQ investors, ready to find strategic buyer quotes on a smartphone app? Tune in and glimpse the future.
Tonight on the G.O.A.T show we discuss the Greatest QB of All-Time and how much of the QB's success is related to the genius of the head coach.
At least that's where the discussion will start! See you on the G.O.A.T show.
While 30 percent of family businesses transfer to the next generation, less than one quarter of them are still producing the same product. So how can you plan an exit strategy? Host Bart Jackson brings on financial advisor Paula Brancato to lay out a smooth, adjustable, and ongoing system that allows you to ride the product-obsolescence rollercoaster and still exit your business – with it thriving and you smiling. Honored by Brava SmartCEO as one of the top female business leaders in 2015, Paula claims a long history of guiding owners and companies through the transfer stage profitably. Tune in and learn what instruments you should be wisely employing now to make your own future wealthy and the transfer of power seamless.
The Student Section is a Bloguin site that's dedicated to covering college football and basketball the way that it should be covered. It is a place for original commentary and analysis, untethered to conventional thinking and the trends which permeate a lot of the college football media realm. If you can't stand certain outlets in Bristol, Connecticut, that seem to promote one or two lines of thought throughout a the college football season, you'll find something refreshingly different at The Student Section.
Tonight's guests include:
Buckeye Battle Cry's Joe Dexter
TSS Associate Editor Bart Doan
Phil Harrison of big10news.com and Talking10.com
TSS Managing Editor Matt Zemek