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The 2016 election is ON and off to a wild start, with Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders winning their respective primaries last night in New Hampshire. This is not the way the pundits figured it would go, and the only thing we are all assured is that it's going to be a wild ride. MOMocrats Cynematic, Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills discuss the race and what it means for progressive voters.
Tonight our incredible special guest is Kevin McCormack, the communications director at CIRM, California’s stem cell institute. Kevin is also a dear friend of Help4HD and was a featured keynote speaker at our first symposium in 2014.
He considers himself to be the official translator for the agency, working to turn complex language about equally complex science into everyday English that anyone, including Kevin, can understand. Before joining the agency he spent more than 20 years working as a journalist, most of that in TV news in San Francisco, California.
There is a new leader at CIRM, President and CEO Randy Mills and a new strategic plan. The topic of tonight’s show is CIRM’s new Strategic Plan which aims to engage the patient advocate community to increase the number of clinical trials CIRM funds, to help recruit patients for those clinical trials and to help make changes in the way the FDA works in order to speed up the ability to move promising research into clinical trials in people
So tune in for a very enlightening show!
Join the Supernatural discussion on Variety Radio Online. Brancey and Kristina discuss the highlights of the latest Supernatural episode. If you want to be part of their show, feel free to tweet your thoughts to @VROBrancey and they will read them on air.
Summary: Claire believes recent murders in town are supernatural and asks Sam and Dean to investigate. However, Sheriff Mills tells the guys that Claire has been getting into trouble lately and has been attacking normal people and accusing them of being monsters.
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Michael Daugherty-"Live from New Hampshire," Daugherty is a Senior Writer for Cyber Defense Magazine and author of The Devil Inside the Beltway:
Brendan Bordelon-The political reporter with National Review discusses Clinton's New Wall Street Headaches and the advantage it is giving one Bernie Sanders.
Samantha Mills-The Good News Girl is back to report on the most popular viral videos from the internet.
Ed Klein-Hillary's Inner Circle Abedin, Mills, and Sullivan Called by FBI to Testify Under Oath? Klein, author of "Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary" explains.
Neil Munro-Report: Marco Rubio Was Democrat Ally and Dupe in Amnesty Deal, Say Dem Aides reports Munro former White House correspondent for the Daily Caller and Washington DC political reporter for Breitbart.com.
Maya Warren-LOVE IS IN THE AIR … AND IT SMELLS LIKE FUDGE TRUFFLE CHOCOLATE Irresistible chocolate delicacies abound this Valentine’s Day from Dr Ice Cream and Amazing Race Winner.
Dr Katherine Brown-22 Million Displaced By Natural Disasters Yearly, How To Improve Recovery Efforts. Dr Brown spent nearly eight years researching a long standing community that was uprooted by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and produced the documentary film "Still Waiting: Life After Katrina."
Horace Cooper-Discusses, People are calling for a Beyoncé boycott after her Super Bowl song sent a harsh message to the police. Cooper is an adjunct fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, co-chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board and a legal commentator.
The Democratic Party, once buttressed by mill workers in eastern and central towns, has expanded its reach all over the state, but particularly in those same southern counties and along the western edge of the state, near Vermont.Suburbs and exurbs that had spotted the countryside now form unbroken furrows across the southern part of the state; the old mills of Manchester and other towns now house tech firms and universities.
Pushing the change have been the tidal surges that reshape politics in many places: Older residents(Clinton'voters), mostly conservative, are dying off; younger and more liberal residents have moved in. Only 45% of New Hampshire residents were born here, a lower percentage than in all but five states. LATimes by Cathleen Decker
Though it has been a few weeks since I moved, in the same building, I am still feeling out of my comfort zone. I can't help wondering if I need to figure out why. I seemed to be learning more about myself. They don't look good; yikes! I think I have to work on my flaws some more. I still suck at creating the Monday segments, of course. Haha!
Don't forget! It is our awesome Dancing Monday! Yay! ^_^ We got Paul Simon, Aaliyah Keys, Hilary Duff (again, during Disney), and a few others. Grab those shoes and your bottle. It's time to DANCE!
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) drop in on Jody Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes), Claire (guest star Kathryn Newton) and Alex (guest star Katherine Ramdine) after receiving a panicked phone call from Claire. She believes the recent murders in town are supernatural and wants the boys’ help. However, Sheriff Mills tells Sam and Dean that Claire has been getting into trouble lately as she’s been attacking normal people and accusing them of being monsters. Stefan Pleszczynski directed the episode written by Nancy Won (#1112).
The rankings at DraftCountdown.com were recently updated to reflect everything that happened at the post-season all-star games. In this episode Scott Wright shares some of his thoughts and revelation from the process.
Topics include QB's (Paxton Lynch of Memphis, Carson Wentz of North Dakota St., Jared Goff of California), RB's (Ezekiel Elliott of Ohio St., Derrick Henry of Alabama), WR's (Laquon Treadwell of Ole Miss, Corey Coleman of Baylor, Josh Doctson of T.C.U., Braxton Miller of Ohio St., Tyler Boyd of Pittsburgh, Will Fuller of Notre Dame, Leonte Carroo of Rutgers, Roger Lewis of Bowling Green), TE's (Hunter Henry of Arkansas, David Morgan II of U.T.S.A.), DE's (Noah Spence of Eastern Kentucky, Emmanuel Ogbah of Oklahoma St., Shaw Lawson of Clemson), DT's (Robert Nkemdiche of Ole Miss, A'Shawn Robinson of Alabama), LB's (Jaylon Smith of Notre Dame, Myles Jack of UCLA, Darron Lee of Ohio St.), CB's (Harlan Miller of Southeastern Louisiana) and S's (Darian Thompson of Boise St., Jalen Mills of L.S.U.).
How much do the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primaries really matter? MOMocrats Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills talk about the official start of Election 2016 and the media narrative. They also chat about the influence of big money PACS with filmmaker Holly Mosher, executive producers of the documentary "Pay 2 Play," which follows the money and the disintegration of our democracy that accelerated with the passing of Citizens United six years ago. .
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