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Abraham Doe is from NYC. MBA Int'l business, worked Wall Street and Corporate America 30 years. One 4 credit film class undergrad - fell in love with film. Wants to contribute to strengthening the fabric of America via TV and film. Dec. 7, 2014 - PHOENIX -- A new TV court drama, "Trial 2020," about America's challenges defining "right" and "wrong," is right-timed and catching attention. Private discussions about acquisition options have begun.The Script Behind The Film introducing you to great film makers. The Cast
Nadine Jackson - Beverly Whittington
Sandy Penny - Blanche Anderson
Eva Louis - Judge Rhonda Sanchez
Tim Helmstadter - Neely McClelland
Mark DeBoer - Johnny Wood
Mark Rose - Officer Jack Adams
Marc DeCrosta - Luther Brock
Julie Van Lith - Mandie Chadsworth
Joseph Martin Jauch - Mitchell McLaughlin
Abraham Doe - Atwell Jake
Miles Koudelka - Detective Thomas Kennedy
Sylvie Cohen - Court Audience
Susan Jude - Court Audience (as Susie Laskorski)
Susan Rienzo - Bar Scene
Daniel Blunk - Court Audience
Rebecca Shriver - Court Audience
Jessica Daniels - Court Audience
Ryan Van Sickle - Court Audience
Matt Cluever - Court Audience
Janet Boudreau - Court Audience
Also Author Rene Abril joins us with our giveaways We will make a random call to someone in the United States letting them know they have won one of his books .Our way getting the artist out there in America. If you heard one of our live calls, you would know 95% it will go wrong .
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Tune in and turn on to A Happiness Index with Aeeshah Clottey and her guest, Kokomon Clottey. What does justice have to do with happiness? As we explore why we thirst for happiness, we will also be asking serious questions about justice and our quest for happiness. Plato says that "Justice is Happiness." Why aren't we happy? How does justice support our intention to be happy? Can a person be happy and unjust? What doe it mean to be just? If we seek justice, will we find happiness ? This show is designed to encourage critical thinking about happiness and how it relates to justice. We will listen to music created by Kokomon and learn together what it means to be truly happy and its connection to justice. Tune in to "A Happiness Index" and explore with us, joy, justice and happiness!
HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED IF ANYONE HAS GOT A OFFICIAL TALKBOX SET UP FROM ROGER TROUTMAN HIMSELF,WITH ROGER'S, REAL PATCH CODE'S THAT ROGER PUT IN HIMSELF... WELL YES!!! AND JMAS MICHAEL SOTO, DOE'S AND IT'S NOT BECAUSE OF LUCK, IT'S BECAUSE JMAS HAS KNOWN ROGER TROUTMAN, SINCE 1982..... HE HAS TRAVELED WITH ROGER, HE HAS BEEN AROUND INTERVIEW'S, CONCERTS AND RADIO SHOW'S ACCOMPANYING ROGER TROUTMAN.... JMAS WAS LIKE A SON TO ROGER TROUTMAN, HE'S GOT A STORY TO TELL I THINK YOU WILL ENJOY, SO TUNE IN AS I INTERVIEW HIM ABOUT HIS MUSIC CAREER AND WHAT IT WAS LIKE TO BE AROUND ROGER FOR 17 YEAR'S AND ALL THE GOOD MEMORIES HE HAS OF THE (KING OF TALKBOX) ROGER TROUTMAN..........
Henry Cross made a mistake; in fact he made two. The first was to spy for the Soviet Union inside a top-secret U.S. Department of Energy nuclear weapons laboratory. The second was to get caught. When the KGB finds out Henry Cross is a defector, it orders a second mole at Monroe Laboratory to kill Cross in a conspicuous manner. Other KGB agents need to be reminded that disloyalty will not be tolerated. Upon discovery of the murder, the DOE, FBI, and Monroe security conclude that another spy is operating at the site. Not wanting to reveal its intelligence to the mole or create a media circus at a top-secret lab, DOE covers up the murder.
Into this situation walks Ed Cotter, a newly recruited cold warrior. In a world where hyper-enforced federal regulations and their unintended consequences are the norm, Ed proves himself to be a positive addition to the staff. But one of his colleagues, Curtis Judd, is less than thrilled. Judd provokes Cotter in not so subtle ways, letting him know that he isn’t welcome at Monroe. But Ed Cotter isn’t leaving. In the meantime, the hunt for the spy continues, and Cotter gets drawn into it.
An Imposition is the first in a series of books based on events at the Department of Energy’s top-secret Monroe nuclear weapons laboratory during the boom years of the Reagan administration.
When your average doe-eyed, naive boxing card moves to Hollywood with delusions of being an entertaining, enthralling affair, yeah... Usually they fall short, but at least they gave it an honest effort. But this whole Manny Pacquiao vs Chris Algieri business? We knew that was woeful from the get-go. The main event was a mismatch, as were two more of the four-fight card. This week on TQBR Radio, James Foley of Bad Left Hook and Patrick Connor of Queensberry Rules ridicule a lot of things about boxing, then look toward brighter pastures with Terence Crawford vs Ray Beltran coming up. It should get interesting, or at least contradictory. Thanks for tuning in!
On Monday, Nov. 24th at 7.00 PM EST we are honored to have Pastor James Manning on our show. Pastor Manning has been leading the fight against this corrupt administration since its inception. He doe's not minces words when its comes to telling it straight. One of the most outspoken Patriot's of our time , Pastor Manning is not afraid to tell the unvarnished truth. Please join me and my co-host Cindy as we talk to this great Patriot- Thank-You.
LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS KANO THA PYRO & Drop Da Bomb PLAYING THE HOTTEST HIP HOP& INDIE TALENT
ALSO OPEN MIC FOR ALL ARTIST WANTING TO TAKE THE BAR EXAM (16 BARS)
ALSO WILL BE INTERVIEWING CHASE STAX. WE WOULD BE TALKING ABOUT HIS MUSIC,CAREER,AND MORE!
THE NOVELIST WILL PREMIERE HIS BRAND NEW SONG TIME IS MONEY
INFO ON THE UPCOMING CONTEST
The name Chase Stax may be new to some but Dajuan Ray is a seasoned veteran to the music industry. Hailing from the St. Louis area, he has been performing across the country since 2006, then known as “Chino”. Through several life changing events, Dajuan Ray reinvented himself as Chase Stax. No longer solely focusing on being a music artist, Chase Stax began to concentrate on the business aspect of the music industry as well. As an artist, Chase is very passionate about relating to the struggles of life and invoking good feelings through his music. His passion for uplifting, “feel good” music of all genres started at an early age. Through these desires, Chase masterfully combines music from different eras and genres to create a unique sound to bring his audience music that moves the soul as a genre jumper. Chase is dedicated to success