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Be sure to join us tonight, as we have another classic show linned up for you! Tune in! Call in! Listen starting at 7pm CST via internet @www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports or via phone @ (347) 945-7002. (Number also serves as our call in number, press nothing to listen or press 1 to notify us that you want to come on live to make a comment)
Did you enjoy the Super Bowl?
Should one year contracts be used more in sports?
Do you have a problem with Cam Newton's post game interview after the Super Bowl?
Should any team take a risk on Johnny Manziel next season?
Your thoughs on Milwaukee Bucks trade rumors?
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Here at North Florida Writer Live we’re sure that the topic for Wednesday night is, at best, confusing to understand. But we’re fortunate to have our frequent guest, Meg Norris of Opt Out Georgia, bring us some exciting news about what is going on in Georgia to push for legislation to dramatically change the Common Core disaster that we see all over this great land. Meg also informed me about a businessman who has great knowledge of the real Cuba, Alex Gimenez, who will tell us about the plight of the poor Cuban people. An American by birth born to parents of Cuban and Argentinian descent, he is concerned about what we don’t know about Cuba. While we are opening doors and lifting the embargo against Cuba per the President’s executive actions, the Cuban people are living under an internal embargo courtesy of the Castro regime. The poor citizens basically own nothing and serve as serfs for the state. In the words of the late and great Paul Harvey, Alex brings “the rest of the story”.
Alex is the father of two grown children and he is also very concerned about the educational system here in America and in his hometown of Atlanta. So we’ll also get his take on Common Core and what a good businessman with international experience, not a crony-capitalist as a lapdog to the state, thinks about the process and what should be done about it.
It should be a great discussion. The show goes live Wednesday night at 7. You won’t want to miss this one. See you then.
What do marketing, communications and Latin singing and dancing have in common...Barbara Occhino, that's what!
Barbara Occhino co-founded Vertex Marketing Communications (VertexMarketing.com) with her husband, Ronald, two weeks after being married in 1982 – knocking on doors with only $30 in the bank. Since then the full service advertising and marketing agency has won several national awards and has been certified by the Connecticut Department of Administrative Services as a set-aside, Hispanic woman-owned Small and Minority Business Enterprise with a state media contract.
Outside of work, Barbara is a Music and Entertainment Curator for the Stamford ARTWALK festivals, the Annual Greenwich Holiday Stroll, and church events. She had put aside music and performing for 28 years while building her business and raising her two daughters, Christine and Lisa, both whom earned scholarships to the Berklee College of Music and currently run their own music businesses. Barbara now manages Barbara’s Serenade (BarbaraEntertains.com) bands and is involved in theatre, dance, and choral groups.
Come meet this fabulous woman Thursday February 11th at 10amPT/1pmET and anytime in archive here on WoMRadio - the show for mompreneurs, the new business woman.
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Jared Pine and Pete Ziebron recap the 6th Australian Open crown for Novak Djokovic. What, if anything, is the rest of the ATP field able to do to defeat the world #1? Meanwhile, clay court tennis has returned in South America concurrent to hard court action in Europe. Join Jared and Pete on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.
in Self Help
We always hear the most common symptoms of being an empath. Join me tonight on going deeper into things you never knew you empathed with and also how to use this gift in a positive way.
People's Free Medical Research Health Clinics
We believe that the government must provide, free of charge,
for the people, health facilities that will not only treat our illnesses, most of which are a result of our oppression, but that will also develop preventative medical programs to guarantee our future survival. We believe that mass health education and research programs must be developed to give all Black and oppressed people access to advanced sCienti c and medical information, so we may provide ourselves with proper medical attention and care.
Point Six of the Black Panther Party Program's Platform of March 29, 1972, explains the reasons for the institution ofthe People's Free Medical Research Health Clinics, which provide free medical treatment and preventative medi cal care for the community. Private hospitals and doctors charge fees far more expensive than poor people can a ord, while public hospitals and clinics are so overcrowded and understa ed that their services are almost totally inade quate. The People's Free Medical Research Health Clinics o er an alternative to this problem.
The clinics provide comprehensive health care for the community. Doctors treat patients for common physical ailments and refer them to spe cialists if necessary. Laboratory testing is also provided in conjunction with local hospitals.
Along with the Sickle-Cell Anemia Research Foundation, the clinics con duct testing and research for a cure for sickle-cell anemia.
Child health is a serious problem in the Black community, and the clinics have developed a ChildHealth Care Program to meet this community need. The Child Health Care Program provides immunizations; screening and sickle cell anemia iron de ciency anemia, and tuberculosis; referrals; and complete physi cal examinations as well as treatment of illnesses." HUEY P. NEWTON Black Panther
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