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Former Green Party presidential candidate and activist, organizer and speaker for the Move to Amend movement, David Cobb, speaks with me on Corporate Personhood. I have met David twice, last time was here in Tampa, Fl, as photos on this program will show. Here is the video I did of David: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBxgmEJxHo0
The Atlanta Corporate Wellness Network™ is the State of Georgia's first business directory specifically for finding corporate wellness programs and booking new vendors. We provide online marketing services for health and wellness professionals nationwide who want to grow their businesses and get more clients. Affiliate opportunities are available for entrepreneurial individuals who'd like to provide a directory for their state. Contact us and connect at www.ATLCorpWellness.org, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin and YouTube.
Johathon Friedman takes corporate personhood to court - using a traffic ticket. But he could win.
Dana Siegelman fights to free her father, former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman from jail - she knows he was framed by Republicans to get his seat.
A new concept in the opinion-driven world of talk radio, Fairness Radio is a daily one-hour on-line and on-air radio show featuring liberal Patrick O'Heffernan interviewing national guests from across the political spectrum. Patrick talks with everyone from conservative Senator Jim DeMint to former Democratic Party Chairman Governor Howard Dean to explore news, politics and culture from all sides in a civil conversation that focuses on idea, not gotcha’s. With an international team experts from all sides of the political spectrum Fairness Radio covers the events of the world like no one else.
Corporate culture confusion. This is RossTalk for the week of July 21, 2014. In RossTalk, strategic communications consultant Gary M. Ross takes a 90-second look at issues in the news and how they relate to best practices in communications. New episodes are usually posted on Mondays. www.garymross.com @garyrosschicago
In taking on a more dominant role in Corporate America as more women confidently climb their career ladders and step into important roles and leadership positions, the experience in Corporate America is shifting and tilting the power balance in their direction. With more women in the U.S. workforce than men, this provides an opportunity to take a stand on some important issues that continue to impact women in their multiple roles as career woman, wife, and mother.
While the glass ceiling clearly has large cracks and even holes, there is more work to be done to truly leverage the earning potential and talent that can catapult Corporate America toward greater success and help women in the process.
Michelle Patterson shares tips for taking charge of these issues and shares ways to turn the tide on long-ingrained Corporate America barriers.
A recognized visionary and lauded business accelerator, Michelle Patterson is a sought-after expert on such issues as the women’s economy, professional development, networking, and business growth. She is a written contributor and guest on media outlets including The Huffington Post, CNBC, Fox Business News, Bloomberg, and over a dozen TV stations in California.
Patterson successfully oversaw the California Women’s Conference, continuing the tradition of this historical event that has featured thought leaders and A-list celebrities such as Michelle Obama, Laura Bush, Deepak Chopra, Oprah Winfrey, Jane Fonda, Goldie Hawn, Gayle King, and more. Under Patterson’s leadership, the newly revived conference received critical acclaim and was covered by the largest media outlets in the world.
Ayn Rand's Steve Simpson was on discussing the fake dispute over corporate inversions and whether they're unpatriotic. Recently the President struck out at companies who merge with overseas businesses and move their headquarters to lower their tax burden. For some reason they've have been branded unAmerican. Steve sees it otherwise. Most people believe that we all have a duty to legally lower our taxes and this applies to corporations as well, regardless what Warren Buffet has to say about it. We also discussed the IRS email scandal and how the missing emails have magically shown up again. Amazing what can happen when the courts reassert their authority.
More and more products are sporting warning labels in this country. It could be preemptive action to against potential product liability suits or it could be evidence of corporate greed. Join Ken and Beth this week as they discuss this culturally significant issue. Are our corporations trying to kill us and get away with it? Warning labels range from meaningful to ridiculous. What are some of your favorite warning labels? Call in and speak to the hosts 347-215-9971 or join us in our online chat room. We look forward to hearing your point of view.
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SPECIAL GUEST: At the start of the show, @MaureenSharib will make a pitch for a new segment she wants to create. She read an article that says people judge you by your voice. So her idea is to judge people's voices when they do their standard cold call introduction. It's kind of like American Idol for Cold Calls.
On this anniversary of the September 11th Attacks, join us for a discussion about prisoner rights with Cecily McMillan, as she shares her own experience through the American judicial system following her wrongful arrest during the Occupy Wall Street protests.
Cecily McMillan is a 25-year-old graduate student at the New School, union organizer, and Occupy Wall Street activist who was convicted of allegedly assaulting a police officer on March 17, 2012. After two years of censoring evidence and hand-selecting jurors, the prosecution was blatantly favored with overwhelming bias from Judge Ronald Zweibel. In a shocking verdict that stunned outside observers, she was found guilty despite insufficient evidence and Zweibel sentenced McMillan to 90 days in jail at Rikers Island. She was sent directly to jail on May 5 2014, despite having missed no court appointments over two years of hearings and her public insistence on refusing to plea out. During the long period between her initial arrest and the jury trial, Cecily was arrested again by the NYPD on December 7th of 2013 for observing and attempting to video-document the arrests of two young people in the Union Square subway station. McMillan and her supporters denounce the trumped up charges that were intended to undermine her credibility, for which she faces up to a year back on Rikers.
For more information, visit: http://justiceforcecily.com
Join us for a discussion about the student loan crisis with youth activist Chris Hicks, a staff member for Jobs With Justice and campaign organizer for Debt-Free Future.
Chris Hicks is the Debt-Free Future campaign organizer for Jobs With Justice, a national coalition of grassroots organizations working to protect workers' rights and advance economic justice. In the past, he has organized with SEIU Local 513, with an emphasis on custodial and clerical workers. He previously held the position of National Student Labor Action Project Coordinator at Jobs With Justice. Currently working out of Washington, D.C., Chris is originally from Wichita, Kansas.
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