• 00:31

    John Clifton - Libertarian Party Nominee for New York State Comptroller

    in Politics

    John Clifton is the Libertarian Party nominee for New York State Comptroller in 2014. He spent 6 years in the United States Navy and 15 years working as a Social Worker doing homeless outreach, drug counseling and foster care prevention. John served 3 years as State Chair of the New York Libertarian Party and currently serves as State Representative for the Libertarian Party of Queens County

  • 00:50

    The Red Maryland News Hour for 11-14-14

    in Politics Conservative

    Duane Keenan anchors Red Maryland's weekly news show, focusing on politics and policy from the State House and beyond.

    On the @RedMaryland NewsHour for November 14th, 2014:

    Governor-elect Larry Hogan began a "Thank You" tour in St. Mary's County, we talk with a spokesman and the man himself in Leanordtown, then hear him speaking at a Veterans Day event there.

    We talk to veterans and those from veterans organizations about what the day means to them.

    Will Democrats in Washington and Annapolis work with Republicans who have gained both nationally and locally? We speak with Congressman Steny Hoyer and Comptroller Peter Franchot about that.

    The Governor-elect gets a transition office and more members of his transition team. A website opens up for those wanting to work for the new Governor.

    Maryland Senate Republicans get new leadership, did they listen to Red Maryland's own Brian Griffiths?

    House Minority leader Nic Kipke talks to a Republican Central Committee and St. Mary's own, Del.Tony O'Donnell, gives his thoughts on the election.

    All this at redmaryland.com

  • 01:00

    LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0032 Guest Raul Torres

    in Politics

    LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily Independent political analysis from the Latino perspective.  Today's guest was Raul Torres .  Mr. Raul Torres, CPA , has been an elected representative from Corpus Christi and although he was eminently qualified for Texas Comptroller the political machine in Texas forced him out for another more popular but unqualified candidate.  His insight into Texas politics and Latino issues in Texas is extremely valuable and I'm very grateful he called the show to share his insight.  Also, he appreciates the purpose and importance of Latino Talk Texas .  I am very grateful for that also.  On the show today I pointed out how, in the news, many of the predictions and analysis I have made during the past few months have been proved correct.  For example, I predicted that Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram in Nigeria would not comply with any agreement and the news today confirms that.  I predicted that the Tea parties would hate Jeb Bush for the same reasons that I like him.  I also predicted, recently, that Obama will NOT ease deportations practices after the election especially if Democrats do badly.  He won't "reward" Latinos for that.  Raul Torres and I discuss Greg Abbott's laudable efforts to win Pro-Life Latino votes in the Rio Grande Valley but I lament that he is the ONLY one doing so.  Torres confirms my observation that the Democrats take Latinos for granted and that the Republicans, otherwise, don't care for the Latino vote.  Great show today!! 

  • 00:59

    Gallo's Back! Plus, Antonacci for the People!

    in Politics

    The Man.  Is Back.    Russell Gallo returns to Brooklyn GOP Radio!


    Plus, scheduled to come on the show is Bob Antonacci, the attorney / CPA that is the Republican candidate for State Comptroller and  the current Comptroller of Onondaga County here in New York. He'll be talking about his upcoming fundraiser at MCU Park, what exactly a Comptroller does and why you should care - a lot. 


    All that, plus we wanna know WHO YA GOT for this week's Buffoon of the Week!

  • 00:56

    Jess Marshall, President, The Marshall Group

    in Business

    Mr. Jess Marshall is the founder, CEO and President of “The Marshall Group” (TMG) a financial services organization that provides financial, management and planning services for businesses and individuals and has been doing so for more than thirty years. Currently serves on the NJ-NATP (New Jersey chapter of the National Association of Tax Professionals) board as Director.


    Mr. Marshall has a B.S. in Business Administration and Economics from NC Central University and an MBA from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.  He has worked in the corporate sector for over 30 years as an accountant, manager and comptroller.  Mr. Marshall is a Registered Tax Return Preparer and also holds licenses in insurance, real estate and securities, in several states.  Mr. Marshall has taught accounting, business planning and economics At DeVry University.
    TMG’s core business principles are to:



    Manage financial matters of individuals and small businesses in a manner similar to major companies by following the steps of: needs analysis, planning then management.
    View financial needs holistically (i.e., examine the needs, products and services that may apply).
    Periodically review and adjust client’s financial picture, as things change over time.


    Based on the core business principles, TMG’s philosophy is to focus on the client, not any particular product.  TMG wants to ensure that the client is whole and that their goals are being achieved.
    “If I know what you want and where you want to go then I can assist you in achieving you financial goals” … Jess Marshal


               O:732-968-7500 * F: 908-325-0010 * C: 732-470-4207 * TMGfinancial.net * jess.marshall@verizon.net                                

  • 02:00

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Friday, September 26, 2014th broadcast day at 10:00 a.m. EDT with José Roman, president of the 35th Annual Yonkers Puerto Rican / Hispanic Day Parade.


     The weekend-long celebration begins on Friday, September 26th with The Fundraiser Dinner Dance; on Saturday, September 27th, the celebration continues with the Flag Raiing Ceremony at Yonkers City Hall; and on Sunday, largest parade in Yonkers begins to take its first steps along the South Broadway ribbon from the corner of Lincoln Park enroute to Getty Square and the corner of South Broadway.


    At 11:00 a.m. we pivot our focus in discussion with Nw York State Assemblymember Shelley Mayer immersed in campaign mode. We learn of the issues that impressed her with the greatest of urgency this past year and begin the definition of what is on the horizon with respect to her legislative calendar vis-à-vis Yonkers.


    At 11:30 a.m. we move across the border to Mount Vernon to get an update from Mount Vernon City Councilman Richard Thomas  with respect to the aftershock caused by the $6.6 million deficit, and outgrowth of fiscal mismanagement by Mount Vernon Comptroller Maureen Walker and Mayor Ernie Davis; a fiscal calamity that has increased the taxpayer’s burden by 19 percent; approximately $540 additionally per year. 


    Hezi Aris is your host today.

  • 01:00

    Politics Done Right on KPFT - Democratic Candidates Mike Collier & Sam Houston

    in Politics Progressive

    This week’s show   
    September 22nd, 2014
    Texas Candidates Mike Collier, State Comptroller & Sam Houston, Attorney General


    Today it is my honor to present two of the most important Texas statewide candidates.


    Mike Collier says he is a “cop on the beat” who built a reputation for rigorous financial analysis, independent decision-making, and a commitment to telling the truth, no matter what. Is that’s what Texas needs right now.


    Sam Houston is running for Texas Attorney General. Sam Houston says that as our Attorney General, we can count on him to aggressively defend the rights of all Texans. Sam says he will bring the values he learned as a young man to work every day and will protect the legal rights of Texas businesses and citizens alike.


    Both of these candidates have been endorsed by the Austin Americans Statesman.


    You can also find previous episodes on YouTube here.

  • 01:00

    Government Operation Choke Point –vs- the people

    in Politics Conservative

    Operation Choke Point was created by the Justice Department to “choke out” companies the Administration considers a “high risk” or otherwise objectionable, despite the fact that they are legal businesses.  The goal of the initiative is to deny these merchants access to the banking and payments networks that every business needs to survive.


     


    · Operation Choke Point has forced banks to terminate relationships with a wide variety of entirely lawful and legitimate merchants.  The initiative is predicated on the claim that providing normal banking services to certain merchants creates a “reputational risk” sufficient to trigger a federal investigation.  Acting in coordination with Operation Choke Point, bank regulators labeled a wide range of lawful merchants as “high-risk” – including coin dealers, firearms and ammunition sales, and short-term lending.  Operation Choke Point effectively transformed this guidance into an implicit threat of a federal investigation.


     


    ·         The Department is aware of these impacts, and has dismissed them.  Internal memoranda on Operation Choke Point acknowledge the program’s impact on legitimate merchants.  Senior officials informed Attorney General Eric Holder that as a consequence of Operation Choke Point, banks are exiting entire lines of business deemed “high risk” by the government.

  • 01:44

    Israeli v Palestine: Media Coverage and the Court of Popular Opinion | 9 PM EST

    in Politics

    Although this conflict has raged for well over a century, tensions between Israel and Palestine have spiked recently under a barrage of killings and revenge killings.  But while there seems to be plenty of culpability on both sides, how is this critical incident being reported by America’s main stream media?  And how is the media’s coverage affecting the “court of popular opinion”?


    Tonight, on Press [1] for Democracty . . .


    Join us for an evening with Special Guest Hesham El-Meligy, 2009 winner of the “Peacemaker” award from Peace Action


    Hesham El-Meligy is an interfaith and community leader, who lives on what he calls "the proud and independent state of Staten Island." His mission in life is to build bridges of understanding and respect between people from different religions, cultures, and backgrounds. He reaches out to the community with his presentations and dialogues about the true teachings of Islam, and what it is like being Muslim in today's world. 


    Mr. El-Meligy has invested more than a decade in interfaith relations, bringing people together in campaigns and events to promote understanding and preserving rights. In 2009, in recognition of his tireless work of bridging communities and faiths, Mr. El-Meligy received the “Peacemaker” award from Peace Action.  He is also a founding member of the Building Bridges Coalition, Muslims for Liberty, and the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms.  He serves on the steering committee for the New York Neighbors for American Values Coalition.  And in 2013, Mr. El-Meligy earned the Libertarian Party nominee for New York City Comptroller.  


     

  • 00:25

    Do You Have Unclaimed $ Held by New York State?

    in Family

    Rotterdam resident Shele Hamill lost track of her Aunt Sue 30 years ago. After a severe stroke, her widowed, childless aunt died quietly and anonymously in a Florida nursing home. Like many Capital Region residents, Shele is entitled to money her relative left behind at a New York address. That money--and Shele thinks it could be considerable--is being held in a trust by New York State, waiting for the closest relative to claim it.


    Shele has begun the process to claim her aunt's investment account. She won't know the amount until the process is complete.


    The office of the New York State comptroller is trying to get the message out to New York residents. State senators have begun publicizing theses unclaimed funds to their constituents. That's how Shele learned of the possible funds entitled to her.



    Sponsored by the Point Cafe, Bill Klee, Tax Professional, Arthur's Market.


     

  • 00:59

    Jess Marshall, President, The Marshall Group

    in Business

    Mr. Jess Marshall is the founder, CEO and President of “The Marshall Group” (TMG) a financial services organization that provides financial, management and planning services for businesses and individuals and has been doing so for more than thirty years. Currently serves on the NJ-NATP (New Jersey chapter of the National Association of Tax Professionals) board as Director.


    Mr. Marshall has a B.S. in Business Administration and Economics from NC Central University and an MBA from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.  He has worked in the corporate sector for over 30 years as an accountant, manager and comptroller.  Mr. Marshall is a Registered Tax Return Preparer and also holds licenses in insurance, real estate and securities, in several states.  Mr. Marshall has taught accounting, business planning and economics At DeVry University.
    TMG’s core business principles are to:



    Manage financial matters of individuals and small businesses in a manner similar to major companies by following the steps of: needs analysis, planning then management.
    View financial needs holistically (i.e., examine the needs, products and services that may apply).
    Periodically review and adjust client’s financial picture, as things change over time.


    Based on the core business principles, TMG’s philosophy is to focus on the client, not any particular product.  TMG wants to ensure that the client is whole and that their goals are being achieved.
    “If I know what you want and where you want to go then I can assist you in achieving you financial goals” … Jess Marshal


    O:732-968-7500; F: 908-325-0010; C: 732-470-4207; TMGfinancial.net
                                            jess.marshall@verizon.net

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