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Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ tells about the lies hidden in budget cuts.
The Philadelphia School district has suffered some severe budget cuts- which will cut the Kindergarten day in half, severly effect Early Childhood education, and decrease jobs. Isn't this 2 steps back considering the youth of Philly is already in academic trouble? Is a soda tax or higher property taxes the answer???
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Host Dave Etter opens the lines up to the military male spouse to discuss/argue/rant concerning the upcoming congressional budget cuts and what we can do about them. Probably going to get heated, so, put on your cussword shield, things look rough today! (516) 453-9167 to call in and play!
MMSRS is a weekly 2-hour web-based radio show, hosted by Dave Etter, focusing on the needs of men married to serving military members, both men and women. Male Military Spouses are a small niche of military spouses, comprising of only 7%-8% of all military spouses. We feel left out, usually, at support functions - especially those designed with the spouses being identified as "wives"! We get cajoled at playgrounds where our kids play, from the mommies there who think we don't belong. We are proud SAHDs, who gave up our careers to follow our spouses as they dedicate thier lives to defend our country! Here, on this show, we come together and share beer recipes, diaper changing techniques, financial discoveries - manly things, for men! Airs Fridays at Noon CT, rated R for the cussing that can occur, and available for download (podcast) immediately following each show if requested.
Saturday, March 19, 2011 - 11PM ET. 8PM PT
Tonight’s Topic: Budget Cuts At What Cost?
Join us "Live in the Vocal Booth" With The BKS1 Radio Team; Storm Norm “The General”, Trish aka "Super Woman", Chill Mr. Keep It Real, Smoov P, and Jeff aka Short Fuse
The price of everything is escalating it seems, except incomes. Americans have watched their property values fall, their stocks plummet and their taxes go up. What happens when Communities and School districts have to cut budget’s to keep running.
The community wants to know that their elected officials our being responsible with their hard earned tax dollars. What does a community do when vital services are cut in areas of true need? Tonight the BKS 1 Radio team will discuss this tough topic and explore what communities must do to protect their interest and their quality of life.
Programs for our children our vital and often in urban communities the first things to get cut are services like recreation. What about urban communities that are thriving? Where are they and what is their secret? How can you create change where you live? Many people are quick to point the finger at the problem, but who will step up and be a solution? Another Hot Topic Live in the Vocal Booth.
Special Guest: Councilwoman At-Large of Plainfield, NJ Annie McWilliams
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How do you make your budget? Can you go to someone else for money to get by until payday? Why should you have to look to another to get by? Why should one adult control another?
Who do you know with the last name of Taxes? Who is this fictitious character anyway and why doesn't he or she show up at work instead of only appearing on payday? What can we do to see where our money goes? Divorces happen over finances, what are you waiting for? Are you happy where you are? Are you prospering? Who is? Raise your hand please!!!
Do you know anyone with the last name (Surname) of Taxes? Then how can he or she get paid? How did he or she get a social security number? Hmmmm... Let's play! You are so smart!
JJ Greenway is a former chief pilot for AOPA, former President of Avemco, and now a Capitol Hill advisor on Aviation Matters. Susan Loricchio private pilot, is the Vice President NJ for Government Affairs, Air Force Association. Their interview will focus on the recent federal budget-cuts directed towards our Air Traffic Control system. Since the recording of this interview, these budget-cuts have been repealed as of April 27. However, major economic and military damages have already been caused. Damage from sequestration to the Air Force's readiness was articulated by Michael Donley on the 23rd of April by saying, ?[It] will extend into Fiscal '14 even if sequestration is undone before the end of this fiscal year.? Donley also told defense reporters in Washington, D.C., ?standing down pilots and weapon-system operators due to slashed flying and training hours means it will take anywhere from three to six months into Fiscal 2014 to get proficiency levels back up to combat mission-ready status.? This is probably the most important topic we have covered yet, and the information discussed here will affect all Americans. www.afa.org Susan's e-mail: email@example.com Jonathan Greenway e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
JJ Greenway is a former chief pilot for AOPA, former President of Avemco, and now a Capitol Hill advisor on Aviation Matters. Susan Loricchio private pilot, is the Vice President NJ for Government Affairs, Air Force Association.
Their interview will focus on the recent federal budget-cuts directed towards our Air Traffic Control system. Since the recording of this interview, these budget-cuts have been repealed as of April 27. However, major economic and military damages have already been caused.
Damage from sequestration to the Air Force's readiness was articulated by Michael Donley on the 23rd of April by saying, “[It] will extend into Fiscal '14 even if sequestration is undone before the end of this fiscal year.” Donley also told defense reporters in Washington, D.C., “standing down pilots and weapon-system operators due to slashed flying and training hours means it will take anywhere from three to six months into Fiscal 2014 to get proficiency levels back up to combat mission-ready status.”
This is probably the most important topic we have covered yet, and the information discussed here will affect all Americans.
Susan's e-mail: email@example.com
Jonathan Greenway e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sometimes the truth in your face is what you need. HERE IS THE TRUTH: More than 20 states are in financial trouble along with the federal government and other countries. Agencies such as the Department of Aging, Department of Children and Family Services, Department of Public Aid, and Department of Human Services are working for the people but are in jeopardy of budget cuts and cuts in services, can we afford that?
Joining CWT4R co-host Michelle and Terry will be Michael Holmes who is currently the Executive Director of the Illinois African American Family Commission were he has strategically planned to move the Commission in a new direction which focuses more on developing partnerships with all state agencies throughout the state of Illinois that provide services to African American’s. Michael’s favorite hobby is coaching. Michael is married with four wonderful kids. Regardless of what role he has he believes that the work that we do is mostly important when it is about helping others. The health of the African American Community is in jeopardy with the strong hold that Governor Rauner has over the budget. We have to be educated and know what is happening and how is it happening as it affects our communities. Per their website, The Illinois African American Family Commission develops, evaluates and advocates for public policies, plans, research and programs that will strengthen and preserve families, family economics, workforce participation, health status, safety, education and training, and quality of life for African Americans.Believe that Illinois is not alone in this nightmare check your states finances and join us as we talk about Illinois and the financial crisis surrounding the African American Community. The information you obtain could arm you with what and who to search out in your state for assistance.
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Today on The Boochcast, Booch and Elvis recaps their respective weekends, talk about their new girlfriends, play clips from Money In The Bank 2011, Vince Russo Says Sting Deserves Better Than His Current WWE Run, WWE Talent Suspended For Wellness Policy Violation, Vince Russo Takes An RKO At UK Show, The Latest On Plans For The Rock At WrestleMania 32, Nikki Bella Says John Cena Has Nothing To Do With Her Success – “He Has Zero Pull,” Bray Wyatt Says Wins & Losses Are Meaningless, Seth Rollins Comments On The Shield Possibly Reuniting One Day Update On Lucha Underground’s Season 2, Budget Cuts, Fewer Episodes, and Kevin Dunn calls in to rant about Sports Entertainment and the ghost haunting his house.
A politically charged budget package moving in the House this week is creating a headache for Senate Republicans. The package, which under budget reconciliation rules cannot be filibustered, will block money for Planned Parenthood and gut ObamaCare. And... The Democrats are bucking Obama in defense vote.
Meanwhile, The House has formed a special panel to probe Planned Parenthood. And the House (conservative) Freedom Caucus has endorsed Daniel Webster for speaker, as Trey Gowdy rips Kevin McCarthy on his comment about Hillary's dwindling poll numbers.
Details and back story tonight with Capitol Hill expert Elizabeth Chryst.
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