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  • 01:35

    Charging The Afronerd Radio Machine W/Positive Ions, This Wed @7:30pm EST

    in Politics Conservative

    We're going to keep this week's description short, sweet and POSITIVE (as best we can)!  Join Dburt and Capt, Kirk for another fact finding expedition commonly referred to as The Mid Week in Review, courtesy of Afronerd Radio airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm (EST).  The topics to be analyzed are: we finally get to the two HS students of color that garnered national media attention by receiving multiple Ivy League acceptance letters; Dburt revisits and "deconstructs" progressive Black aversion to the notion of respectability politics; a homeless student who lived in San Jose barbershop graduates from law school; Dburt will probably still bring how great Netflix' Daredevil is and how it is a game changer for future small and silver screen projects; a video by self described "redneck" named Dixon appears to be going viral due to a heartfelt rant about the need to end white supremacy (or is it a test reel.....we'll explain); highlighting a new crowdsource film project by famed director,  Julie Dash (Daughters of the Dust). And lastly, a former inmate cuts his dreads and encourages the youth to clean up their image (is this respectability politics, intelligence or survival?).  *Oh and Taraji P Henson gets called back to Person of Interest...really? (minstrel ratings boost?) Call the hosts live ar 646-915-9620.

    I hate a bureaucrat with delusions of adequacy-T'Challa, King of the Dead  


  • 00:37

    Podcast 318

    in News

    Your Dog Understands You. Updates just ahead of the weekend. The bloated and unresponsive Internal Revenue Service and its arrogant bureaucrat in chief have apologized to small businesses that have had their assets seized after running afoul of byzantine regulation. It seems if you deposit over ten thousand dollars in a bank account, the IRS […]

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  • 00:37

    Podcast 318

    in News

    Your Dog Understands You. Updates just ahead of the weekend. The bloated and unresponsive Internal Revenue Service and its arrogant bureaucrat in chief have apologized to small businesses that have had their assets seized after running afoul of byzantine regulation. It seems if you deposit over ten thousand dollars in a bank account, the IRS […]

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  • 00:05

    Help A Bureaucrat Make His Grant Giveaway Quota, $12 Million Is Waiting

    in Self Help

    Matthew Lesko of http://lesko.com/leskofreeradio tells us that by helping a bureaucrat make his grant giveaway quota, $12 Million is waiting for you. 

  • 00:33

    Jason Mattera, Lois Lerner's Worst Nightmare

    in Politics Conservative

    Jason Mattera has made a name for himself in the conservative movement with his "ambush interviews" of liberal sacred cows. His recent video questioning a frantic disgraced IRS bureaucrat Lois Lerner as she begged a neighbor to let her in the house went viral. Jason will call in to discuss the Lerner video, the state of conservatism and his new book "Crapitalism: Liberals Who Make Millions Swiping Your Tax Dollars." The book details how liberal elites like Steven Spielberg, Al Gore, Jay-Z, George Soros and Harry Reid have gotten filthy rich at taxpayer expense. 

  • 00:35

    Home Front with Mark Kiser- The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrate

    in Politics Conservative

    Are you tired of watching the courts make up new laws?  Is there anything the elected officials can do when the unelected bureaucrats twist the constitution into a mangled mess ?
    Today we talk with Mark Kiser about a concept and some new vocabulary words: The doctrine of the lesser-magistrate. 

    What is the right response to a bad law?  Whose job is it to oppose injustice?  What should the elected officials do when faced with a conflict between the Constitution and a misguided bureaucrat?  Accountability is critical, but who creates that accountability?  

     Mark Kiser is the President of Reclaiming Missouri for Christ. http://www.missouriforchrist.org/   He shares with us his insights on what it's going to take to be a conscience for our culture.   Join us for a history lesson and some fresh hope.

  • 00:27

    Emmy Nominated Actor Freddy Rodriguez

    in Entertainment

    Tune in for a special morning edition of That's Entertainment as I talk with Emmy Nominated actor Freddy Rodriguez.  Rodriguez is best known for such movies roles as "Dead Presidents," "Poseidon," "Nothing Like the Holidays," and the Quentin Tarantino directed horror-action flick, "Grindhouse."  On televisions, he starred in "Ugly Betty," "Scrubs," and "Six Feet Under." And now he can be seen on the NBC medical drama, "The Night Shift," playing a strict enforcer of hospital protocol and a bureaucrat who is determined to cut cost.  Please join me this morning as I talk with one of Hollywood's most versatile actors, Mr. Freddy Rodriguez at 10:30am ET on www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs.  Call in to listen at 347-637-2656.





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  • 03:01

    Escape, Life On The Run, Homeless, Death, Mobbed & Survival with Ion Baleanu

    in Entertainment

    It's Thursday on the Brian The Hammer Show as Brian welcomes his guest today:

    -Ion Baleanu, Actor, Voice Artist, Musician, Author. As a child of 3 yrs in Romania Ion's Father witnessed a murder by some Securitate (Secret Police) and he wanted justice. Not knowing this was something ordered by mid-level government bureaucrats he thought he was following the chain of command by reporting it. Through this they tried to get "rid" of him by putting him in a mental institution, putting Ion's family in orphanages, etc to shut him up so he sought political asylum in the US.

    What Ion learned from his life experiences:

    -Our family's escape from communist Romania; Fortitude and never give up. When you are told you can't, show them you can!

    -Homeless as a teenager; Find the Fight in You! Although Ion had nowhere to live he still found a way to live and survive each day.

    -The death of his son Elijah of Anenecephaly in 2005 (Anencephaly is a condition where a baby is born without a skull, mostly dur to a lack of folic acid in the mother prior to conception. As tragic as that was for Ion he learned the he can't let it keep him in a funk!

    All these life lessons have taught Ion that he doesn't belong to himself, that he is on this earth to help others. Through his various art forms he touches others.

    Ion's most recent project is being selected to be involved with Asociatia Romanilor din New England. He is also involved in a play "The Annulment", written by Plymouth playwright Sheila Kelleher. Ion is taking character classes with well known voice over Wren Ross. Ion is also starting his own food line. And would like to one day open his own technical school.

    Of all Ion's accomplishments he is happy to have reconnected with his daughter on live national TV on the hit show "Mobbed" starring Howie Mandel

  • 02:00

    Radio Free America with Duke Brooks: The GOP vs. IRS

    in Politics Conservative

    At the intersection of policy, history and politics lurks Radio Free America!

    Tonight, after more than a year, the Gov't. Oversight Committee of the House of Representatiaves finally considers former IRS bureaucrat Lois Lerner to be in contempt of Congress. What will happen next?  If she is found in contempt of Congress, she could serve up to a year in jail.  But...if she's found in violation of the laws governing the conduct of IRS employees, she could be liable to serve up to 11 years in prison.

    Plus, some hangar flying, various current events, Civil War history and...your calls!  Don't miss it!

  • 00:27

    SwCA Ep. 034: HR.: Employee evaluations that create lawsuits? Not on your watch!

    in Business

    SITE: http://www.courtneyanderson.com/swca-episode-034-hr-heroes-hangout-series-employee-evaluations-that-create-lawsuits-not-on-your-watch.html

    SHOW NOTES: Our HR HEROES HANGOUT™ series is dedicated to those who serve our societies each day, toiling in the bowels of the human capital infrastructure issues that fuel all organizations (hiring, retention, engagement, compensation, legal compliance,  etc.); our HR HEROES! These are the unsung heroes that ensure that organizations achieve and sustain maximum human capital competitive advantage! In this episode our topic is, “Employee evaluations that create lawsuits? Not on your watch!”

    Employee evaluations (aka performance reviews) appear to some to be dull, meaningless tasks that some bureaucrat requires simply to waste time. No. The HR HEROES know that these deceptively simple tasks are the foundation for developing, deploying and maintaining organizational competitive advantages regarding human capital. If an organization needs the best team members, the evaluation process is the stealth tool to success.

    Poorly run organizations ignore the entire concept of feedback (whether formally or informally, verbally or in writing). Average organizations expend some time on basic compliance (ensuring that everyone completed the required forms by the required dates) but with no education to team members about why the process exists and how it could benefit them. There is no meaningful follow-up or integration of the documents into the employee life cycle. Exceptional organizations understand the true purpose and underutilized power of the review process. They customize processes that fit their unique culture and maximize the review as a single swiss-army knife (to increase employee retention, engagement and loyalty while simultaneously mitigating the potential of successful legal action). Awesome!   

  • 01:31

    #41 - House Republicans Are Completing Obama's Job by Forcing Insurers to Sell

    in Politics Conservative

    These boneheads in Congress really don't get it! The policies that have been canceled are gone forever! That market has been destroyed by Obamacare! What's next forcing people to buy something they don't want? Oh wait! THAT'S ALREADY HAPPENED!  How about a wild idea? Let's let the free market and competition (which hasn't existed in years) drive down the cost of health care. This reminds me of when the politburo in the USSR "decided" they could grow wheat in the winter. Just because some idiot legislator or do-gooder or bureaucrat "decides" something doesn't mean it will really be that way. Kind of like Global Warming.