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    We read the news to the residents of Claremont, NH area

    in News

    Volunteer guest readers will read the local daily news to the residents of Claremont, NH and the surrounding areas each day at 5 pm.

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    We read the news to the residents of Claremont, NH area

    in News

    Volunteer guest readers will read the local daily news to the residents of Claremont, NH and the surrounding areas each day at 5 pm.

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    The Honey Room

    in Entertainment

    Check out The Debut Single by Lee Love entitled Claremont Village as he acknowledges the neighborhood, Hip Hop Airtist, Break Dancers & Our Very Own Greg Hill of The Delfonic Revue

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    Welcome Judge Mablean

    in Spirituality

    Mablean Ephriam, the ninth of ten children born to Robert T. and Mable Ephriam, in Hazlehurst, Mississippi, is now known throughout the world as Judge Mablean, since her seven year run as the judge on the FOX television show, Divorce Court. She returns to television September 15, 2014, as the judge in Justice With Judge Mablean, produced by Entertainment Studios and Byron Allen. Please check your local listings for channel and time in your area.


    The family migrated to Los Angeles in 1955, allowing Judge Mablean to begin school in Los Angeles. She graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in 1967 with honors. She was awarded a four year academic scholarship to Pitzer College in Claremont, California.


    After her undergraduate studies, she married and became a mother, delaying her childhood dream, since age thirteen (13) years old, to become a lawyer. During these times, she worked in investment banking at First Western Bank, as a correctional officer at the Federal Women’s Prison, Terminal,\ Island, California and a legal secretary. She never gave up on her dream.


    In 1974, she decided it was time to fulfil her dream. She began law school in the Fall of 1974 at Beverly Rubens College of Law (later changed to Whittier College School of Law). Judge Mablean attended law school at night. She continued work during the day as a legal secretary. In her third year of law school, she was employed as a Certified Law Clerk in the Criminal Division of the Office of the City Attorney of Los Angeles. There, she researched, wrote and argued criminal misdemeanor appeals before the Appellate Division of the Los Angeles Superior Court.


    She graduated from Whittier College School of Law in 1978, earning her Juris Doctor degree. During her law school years, she participated in Moot Court. Her team won second place in statewide Moot Court Honors Program.

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    We Read the News Daily to Residents of Claremont, NH and Surrounding Areas

    in News

    Volunteers read the local news and events to the residents of Claremont, NH and the surrounding areas who do not have Internet access or know how to use a computer. The residents of this area in NH and VT do not have a local daily newspaper any longer after the Eagle Times closed its doors July 10, 2009. YourClaremontPress.com was launched July 15, 2009 and now the daily news is back in the area! But, for the people who do not have a computer or Internet access, we will read the news to them daily. Simply call 718-766-4123 at 4:55 pm. Wait until the show begins at 5 pm and you will be able to listen to the news being read by Volunteer Guest Readers. Anyone can volunteer. Simply call Nancy Brown at 877-898-1556 ext 104 or email her at NancyBrown@YourClaremontPress.com

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    Is America Vulnerable To Another Attack? WithElan Journo & Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

    in Current Events

    Elan Journo is a fellow and director of Policy Research at the Ayn Rand Institute. He writes, speaks and gives interviews for ARI; he is a senior editor, and he teaches at the Objectivist Academic Center. He specializes in the application of Rand’s ethics of rational egoism to public policy issues, and his research and writing focus on American foreign policy. His 2009 book, Winning the Unwinnable War: America’s Self-Crippled Response to Islamic Totalitarianism, analyzes post-9/11 U.S. foreign policy from the perspective of Rand’s philosophy.  His work has appeared in Foreign Policy, the Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, the Journal of International Security Affairs and in popular media outlets, including Foxnews.com, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Sun-Times, Australia’s Herald Sun and Canada’s Globe and Mail. He has been interviewed on Fox News Channel, PBS, NPR and hundreds of radio programs nationally and internationally. Mr. Journo has briefed congressional staffers and speaks regularly at conferences and university campuses, including Stanford, Berkeley, UCLA, New York University, George Mason University and the U.S. Naval Academy. In 2013 he was a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute.


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    Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is an American Orthodox Rabbi, author, TV host and public speaker. Rabbi Shmuley, “America’s Rabbi,” whom The Washington Post and Newsweek call “the most famous Rabbi in America,” whom The Jerusalem Post lists as one of the fifty most influential Jews in the world, and whom The New York Observer calls “the best-known Orthodox Jew in the world,” is one of the world’s leading values and spirituality exponents and relationship experts.

  • 00:30

    We Read the News Daily to Residents of Claremont, NH and Surrounding Areas

    in News

    Volunteers read the local news and events to the residents of Claremont, NH and the surrounding areas who do not have Internet access or know how to use a computer. The residents of this area in NH and VT do not have a local daily newspaper any longer after the Eagle Times closed its doors July 10, 2009. YourClaremontPress.com was launched July 15, 2009 and now the daily news is back in the area! But, for the people who do not have a computer or Internet access, we will read the news to them daily. Simply call 718-766-4123 at 4:55 pm. Wait until the show begins at 5 pm and you will be able to listen to the news being read by Volunteer Guest Readers. Anyone can volunteer. Simply call Nancy Brown at 877-898-1556 ext 104 or email her at NancyBrown@YourClaremontPress.com

  • 00:30

    We Read the News Daily to Residents of Claremont, NH and Surrounding Areas

    in News

    Volunteers read the local news and events to the residents of Claremont, NH and the surrounding areas who do not have Internet access or know how to use a computer. The residents of this area in NH and VT do not have a local daily newspaper any longer after the Eagle Times closed its doors July 10, 2009. YourClaremontPress.com was launched July 15, 2009 and now the daily news is back in the area! But, for the people who do not have a computer or Internet access, we will read the news to them daily. Simply call 718-766-4123 at 4:55 pm. Wait until the show begins at 5 pm and you will be able to listen to the news being read by Volunteer Guest Readers. Anyone can volunteer. Simply call Nancy Brown at 877-898-1556 ext 104 or email her at NancyBrown@YourClaremontPress.com

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    Scottscope Talk Radio 8/2/2014: We are Groot!

    in Entertainment

    On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Guardians of the Galaxy!  Is it Marvel’s first true misstep?  Was a mistake for them to embark on a highly comedic journey to the farthest reaches of the cosmos?  Should they simply stick with super soldiers and heavily armored billionaires?  On the flip side, could it actually be Marvel Studios single best movie to date?  Has James Gunn crafted the most quirky and original production to ever come out of the MCU?  Does Rocket Raccoon completely steal the show?  Is the post credits scene with sticking around for?  What does this film mean for the future of the MCU?  Will this Motley Crew embark on even weirder adventures in the future?  Will they ever be fully integrated into the MCU proper?


    We’ll also be celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Terminator!  Does it still hold up after all these years?  Can it be considered the first true sci-fi actioner?  Was Arnold Schwarzenegger born to play the T-800?  Is it his single best role to date?  Will James Cameron ever make another film as gritty and nightmarish as this one?  Should he ever return to this kind of low-budget filmmaking?  Does it owe a considerable debt to the classic X-Men story Days of Future Past?  Can it be considered a slasher film in sci-fi clothing?  Is T2 truly a superior follow-up?  Should the franchise continue?    

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