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In this edition of The Social Spitball Show, Bram Sarkowski leads a discussion on topics discussed in the previous shows or brand new topics.
There will be no featured special guests on this show, but all past guests are invited to call in and participate in the discussion. This is a caller-oriented hour long Follow Up Hour show.
Bram is looking forward to talking with you!
Show host Bram Sarkowski will be joined again by co-hosts George Fisher and Barbara Dantonio as they welcome Chris Hyepock, Democratic candidate for Governor of Nevada, as our featured guest for this episode.
Other newsworthy guests will be joining us as well.
We will discuss a variety of other issues related to candidate filing periods and upcoming primaries in many states across this nation.
Having hosted three programs with the co-founders of a group called PETV: People for the Ethical Treatment of Voters, Bram Sarkowski continues to have a conversation with George, Barbara (of PETV) and any callers that join the conversation.
Being that this is a big Election Year, the conversation will most assuredly center around Voting Participation and issues that will motivate voters to go out to the polls in both the Primary and General Election seasons.
Join Bram and his guests and weigh in with your thoughts!
Primaries, International turmoil and party infighting...OH MY!!!
"Your Man in Amsterdam" Bram Sarkowski will guide you and other listeners through these potential topics and more.
This follow up hour show format doesn't automatically have special guests because the special guest is YOU when you raise your voice.
Call (646) 478-3349 to listen in or to get on the show. Bram is looking forward to hearing from you!
Let's get the conversation going...
In this inaugural Thursday episode of "The Social Spitball Show Follow Up Hour with Bram Sarkowski," Bram Sarkowski will lead a discussion on three topics of great importance to him.
*The repeal of the Racial Justice Act in NC and why it was important
*Voting Rights for Ex-Felons who have served their time
*ALEC-sponsored "Stand Your Ground" laws and the recent verdicts in the trials regarding the murders of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis.
There will be no featured special guests on this show, but all past guests are invited to call in and participate in the discussion.
Bram is looking forward to talking with you!
Please join host Bram Sarkowski and PETV co-hosts Barbara Dantonio and George Fisher as they discuss the legacy of the Civil Rights movement, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's vast contributions to advancing our society and the civil liberties of all and the Voting Rights that are essential to this Democracy.
We encourage you to attend MLK Day and Weekend events to honor his memory and legacy.
This follow up hour will start out with talk of medicaid expansion efforts in "red states."
Following this informative talk, Bram will welcome co-hosts George and Barbara to talk about the latest events of the North Carolina Democratic Party.
Missouri has made the national headlines for very tragic and upsetting reasons within the last week, with the unnecessary shooting (murder) of young man Mike Brown. This is one of the many issues that 3 great Missouri candidates will tackle in this episode.
Arthur Lieber, running for Congress in Missouri's 2nd district, has been an educator in the St. Louis area for over four decades. He helped found the Crossroads School, which is now the Crossroads College Preparatory School in 1974. He was director of the school for 15 years. He founded a non-profit organization called Civitas Associates in 1991, which provides opportunities for students in the area to strengthen their thinking skills in the area of such subjects as international relations, human rights and urban studies. Learn more about Arthur's resume of positive influence just after 7pm Eastern: http://www.lieberforcongress.com/
Dr. Bill Hedge is running for Congress in Missouri's 6th district. Dr. Hedge believes in a few key things on his journey to Congress. Among them is the goal of rebuilding the middle class. As he puts it, "when the middle class wins, we all win." He also is ready to fight for women's equality. This means equal pay for equal work, women controlling the conversation about their bodies and allowing their powerful voices to be heard loud and clear. Learn more about Dr. Hedge's practical and positive approach to governance around 8pm Eastern: https://elect-hedge-to-congress.com/
Our final guest is Susan Cunningham, running for Missouri House, district 119. Susan believes in a living wage and expanding Medicaid to save lives and rural hospitals. Learn more about her campaign around 8:30pm Eastern: http://www.cunningham4staterep.com/
Missouri needs these voices. Let's get the conversation going...
This episode of The #SocialSpitballShow features two Democratic candidates for Congress who began their lives in the Republican Party, but gradually moved away from the increasingly radical party it has become.
The first of our two candidates on this show is Will Bronson. Bronson's wife is a "life coach specializing in Radical Forgiveness." Unabashedly sharing his resume of involvement in the Republican Party, Bronson reveals his dedication to fairness in government and to making sure more people have their voices heard in the democratic process. Advocating for re-regulation of banks & the removal of big money in politics, as well as a smart grid power system built on green energy, Bronson reveals that among other things, he is for the people and the environment. Catch more about Will's stance on things after the introduction after 7pm Eastern: http://www.bronsonforcongress.com/
Our second candidate also came out of Republican Party activism that was driven by his dedication to service learned from his parents & his service in the Boy Scouts & the military. Mark Greene, an expert marksmen and former Military Police officer, started out in politics on a local level helping a neighbor run and win a school board campaign. After standing with fellow Texan George H.W. Bush against Pat Robertson in the Republican Party nomination process, Mark soon saw that his party didn't sync with his values. An obvious education advocate, Mark also stumps for political finance reform, energy and natural resource security, as well as other important issues. Learn more about Mark Greene's campaign around 8pm Eastern: http://www.markgreeneforcongress.org/
These two demonstrate what it means to put people before partisan politics...something we desperately need! Let's get the conversation going...
Sunday is normally reserved for candidates for office or for public office holders. This Sunday will be no different. We'll start in Missouri and move northwest to Idaho. No, this isn't the Oregon Trail, but it will be a worthy journey.
Our first guest is Jim Evans, fresh off a win in a primary for the seat he seeks in Congress in Missouri's 7th Congressional District. Jim's practical approach to problem-solving obviously resonated with Missourians. Now, with less than 90 days until Election Day on Tuesday, November 4, Jim Evans is back to make his appeal to Missouri voters. We'll also discuss the "Amendment One" "Right to Farm" action that snuck its way in with craftily worded language that now opens up the opportunity for more factory farming and affects the individual gardener/farmer. With his expertise in economics, statistics and farming, it will be valuable to hear his position on this and so many other issues. Tune in just after 7pm Eastern to learn more about Jim and his vision for the Show Me State: http://jimevansforcongress.com/
Our second guest is Spike Ericson, who is a candidate for the Idaho House of Representatives, running in House District 23B. Spike is a singer, songwriter, musician, family man and a man with a passion for Idahoans! He's ready to stand up to special interests and represent all local communities in southwest Idaho. Tune in after 8pm Eastern to hear more about his stance on the issues and his journey to the Idaho House of Representatives: http://democracy.com/Spike-Ericson
No one is getting sick on this trail...only informed & inspired. Let's get the conversation going...
On this episode of the Social Spitball Show, Bram Sarkowski & Barbara Dee will be taking calls from anyone with ACA Success stories to tell. Call (646) 478-3349 and press "1" to indicate your desire to speak.
Please call in and participate, share your stories..let's get the word out about the good the ACA has done and is continuing to do and how it makes a difference in people's lives to have affordable healthcare.
Join the show LIVE! Chat with us during the show!
What would happen if the GOP repealed Obamacare?
The consequences of repeal, health care officials and industry analysts say, go beyond the fact that 9 million people would suddenly lose their insurance or that anyone with a pre-existing condition would either lose insurance or pay much higher premiums.
All consumers would take a huge financial hit, because health care costs would continue to rise, and insurers would probably recoup their losses by charging higher premiums.
How will Obamcare be remembered in history poll?
See more at: http://knowyourcandidates.weebly.com/#sthash.Zs9SaLgf.dpuf
Call (646) 478-3349. Share your success story. Let's get the conversation going...
In a return to Sunday Night after a much needed break at the beginning of May, Barbara Dee & Bram Sarkowski welcome 2 Democratic Nominees for U.S. Congress in the home state of NC.
*Our 1st guest is a regular contributor to The Social Spitball Show, though he has never had his own segment. Marshall Adame faces Incumbent Republican Walter B. Jones on Nov. 4. Marshall is a retired Marine & U.S. diplomat with the State Department, a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He knows the importance of the military families in support of their soldiers, having 2 sons in service, one a wounded warrior @ home & one serving honorably in Germany. Marshall believes that when military families have to rely on food stamps in the first place that are then cut, something is very wrong. Marshall is adamantly opposed to destroying our environment through fracking and other environmental assaults. Learn more about Marshall @ 7pm EST: http://www.marshall4congress.com/
*Our 2nd guest is fresh from a 3-way Democratic primary victory, securing her the title & honor Democratic Nominee for U.S. Congress in NC's 13th District, facing GOP Incumbent George Holding on Nov. 4. Brenda Cleary has a PhD in Geriatric Nursing and has first-hand expertise on the care of our citizens. She knows what it takes to strengthen the ACA and has great ideas on supporting the solvency of Social Security, Medicare, etc. She has great stances on many other issues as well. Learn more about Brenda ~ quarter 'til 8pm EST: http://www.clearyforcongress.com/
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