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The only three candidates for Fayetteville's City Council who are actively are working to repeal Ordinance 5703 Chapter 119 are John LaTour (Ward 4) Joshua Crawford (Ward 2) and Paul Phaneuf (Ward 1.) We will be interviewing these candidates asking them about their efforts to repeal as well as their qualifications.
CAROL AND RENE WELCOME BACK SHERIFF PEYMAN, SHERIFF CHRISTOPHER AND MARK SYCK THE CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF OF ELMORE COUNTY, ALABAMA. HERE TED NUGENTS ENDORSEMENT OF SHERIFF CHRISTOPHER ON AIR!
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SHERIFFS ARE THE HIGHEST AUTHORITY IN THEIR JURISDICTION, EVEN OVER THE PRESIDENT! WE NEED SHERIFFS WHO KNOW THEY ARE THE ONES WHO ARE OUR LAST LINE OF DEFENSE AGAINST CORRUPTION AND FIRST ONES WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO DEPEND ON!
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, October 15, 2014, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT).
Last week we talked about the HR Technology “mic drop,” and this week we’re going to talk about how to use company culture to attract candidates.
Because it’s hard enough today to find and source the most in-demand tech talent. And with the high competition for these “holy grail” candidates, it’s not just the job that needs to stand out — your company must, too.
This means you need to learn how to build and communicate a company culture that attracts the best tech pros. Period. You need to develop a work environment that most appeals to in-demand tech professionals, and all professionals for that matter, and how you should effectively promote that culture in your social recruiting efforts.
When you learn how to build and communicate a work culture that attracts the most sought-after tech candidates, it means you know how to identify the aspects of your unique culture that most resonate with your target candidates.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-creators and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn how to use company culture to attract in-demand candidates with this week’s guests: Jim Stroud, Senior Director of RPO Recruitment Strategies at Randstad Sourceright; and Shravan Goli, President of Dice.
Thank you to our sponsors and partners: Dice, RIVS, GreatRated! of Great Place to Work, TalentWise, SAP/SuccessFactors, IBM Smarter Workforce, CareerBuilder, PeopleFluent, Fisher Vista and HRmarketer Insight.
It is hard to believe, but no sooner the 2014 Midterm Election was over potential candidates for the next election cycle began coming out of the woodwork (some people would add like cock-roaches).
A couple of weeks before the November 4th election, someone asked me did I believe "vetting" possible candidates was a necessary ordeal? I quickly replied, "Oh, yes!" and promised to explain my believe in detail after the election. Today is that day.
Many people feel vetting is not needed and is in fact invasion of one's privacy. Others, like me, believe it is imperative to vett those "interested in running" for office.
Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" with us this morning as we explore the the need, the process, possible questions and more about Vetting Political Candidates. Ask your questions and make your comments by joining in the convesation via chat room or by calling in live at 855-236-2486.
See you at 8AM-10AM EST.
Please join the Man, The Myth, The Legend Jason Wade Taylor/Randy Hahn LIVE tonight at 10pm EST For AMERICAN CHAOS right here on qarlive.com Radio for the hardest hitting, over the top Conservative Radio on the web.
Cruz vows to shun negative campaigning
By KEVIN ROBILLARD
3/29/15 11:03 AM EDT
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is swearing off negative campaigning as he begins his run for the White House.
“There may be other candidates who choose to throw rocks in my direction,” the GOP presidential hopeful said in an interview aired Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I’m not going to engage in the personal mudslinging, in the negative attacks on people’s character.”
Cruz last week became the first Republican to officially enter the presidential race. But he insisted that, despite his reputation as an archconservative and a bomb-thrower, he had avoided personal attacks over the past two years in the Senate.
“In my time in the Senate, there’s been more than a few rocks tossed in my direction from Democrats and Republicans,” he said. “Yet in my entire time there, I haven’t reciprocated. You have never heard me speak ill of any senator, Republican or Democrat, and I don’t intend to start.”
Census figures indicate growing numbers of Latino citizens, based on new births and new immigrants. On issues such as immigration reform, multilingual education and minority set aside programs for contractors, African Americans and Latinos often find themselves pitted against each other as rivals for jobs, contracts and economic resources. Among men, both groups are often the recipients of racial profiling and media stereotyping as criminals. There are white gangs as well as African American and Latino gangs, yet when issues of gang violence are addressed white males are not the targets of police crackdowns, black and Latino males are. Chicago Mayoral candidates Jesus "Chuy" Garcia and William "Dock" Walls address the relationship between African Americans and Latinos and how it will affect this year's election.
The first month of the 2014-15 NBA season is complete and the early playoff pictures for both conferences look as predicted, outside of a couple outliers. We'll go over early MVP candidates, such as LeBron James, Anthony Davis and even Demarcus Cousins. The Philadelphia 76ers have also had quite the interesting start to the season, at 0-17. Will they win 10 games? And when will they get their first win?
Tonight marks the season debut for the Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant, just one game after Russell Westbrook made his debut against the New York Knicks. Can the Thunder battle their way back into the top-eight of the Western Conference?
Elections for the Zambians in Florida Association is scheduled for Saturday December 6, 2014 in Orlando. Join us in a discussion with outgoing President Samson Maswau and meet the candidates vying for the various postions. Our conversation with the candidates and the Zambians in Florida will be tonight @ 9pm EST, 8pm CST, & 6pm PST. To participate Call 347-237-4270
Please join host, Watson Prunier @StPrunier every Tuesday night at 9:00pm EST here on Quagmire America Radio. The best three hours of LIVE hard hitting, honest Conservative radio on the Net.
Cult of Personality: Candidates or Characters?
Dealing with the problem of pushing a figurehead instead of a focus. GOP failures because of a lack of substance to win American confidence. Popularity should never be the reason behind a candidate!
OMG...the Polls open here in New York in nine short hours...What will we do??? All the speeches and punditry have been completed. Voters are readying to go to the Polls and do their Constitutional Duty!!! Some, many, have still NOT made up their minds. Nate Silver, the "Statistical Guru," has been quoted as saying that many voters will make up their minds as they enter the booths to cast their ballots. Have you made up your mmind??? Will you be ready??? Call us at 646-595-3275 and share your views. Have the coffee perking!!!
In their return to internet Radio host Nilo and Co-Host Sun 752 discuss:
Possible 2016 Presidental candidates
What makes Mr. / Ms. Right and what you should look for in a long term partner
Have a question, need advice or want to call in and comment dial (347) 826-7467
Candidates for office agree that economic development is the key to ending crime and poverty. The question we're asking today is what skills do YOU have that will attract businesses to your community? Do you know how to resolve issues regarding security, employee wages, and health benefits? What incentives can you offer, what points of negotiation have you considered that would attract both major chain stores and locally owned small business to set up shop in the area you want to represent? Beyond greatspeeches and a slick ad campaign, on this Election Day we want to find out what skills does a person really need to help run a city? Mayoral Candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia discusses his vision for Chicago anf Fifth Ward Aldermanic Candidate Robin Boyd Clark discusses her goals to create economically self sufficient communities.
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