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Join us every WEDNESDAY AT MIDNIGHT for Trade Martin's fast-paced, one half-hour conservative, political talk show.
We will discuss the most current political news.
I will also take your calls at (347) 838-8898.
Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.
Wednesday, July 23, 3 pm ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show airs a 90 minute special INSIDE THE IVORY TRADE: IS IT TOO LATE TO SAVE THE ELEPHANT? Joining in the conversation are some of the top voices of the subject: Iain Douglas-Hamilton, Grace Ge Gabriel, Andrea Turkalo, Dr. Ron Orenstein,
In 1993, Iain Douglas-Hamilton founded the organization Save the Elephants. A zoologist, he is the recipient of the 2010 Indianapolis Prize for his work on elephant conservation. His chief research interest is to understand elephant choices by studying their movements. He is a frequent keynote speaker at the annual Wildlife Conservation Network expo.
Dr. Ron Orenstein is the author of Ivory, Horn and Blood: Behind the Elephant and Rhinoceros Poaching Crisis. Since 1987, Dr. Orenstein has been an observer at meetings of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). He was one of the engineers of the compromise amendment that led to an international ivory ban.
Field biologist Andrea Turkalo of The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has been called “The Elephant Whisperer.” She is the world's leading expert on forest elephants, working tirelessly to map the sometimes inaudible, language of elephants, in an effort to put to together the world's first elephant dictionary.
A native of China, Grace Ge Gabriel is a driving force behind the International Fund for Animal Welfare China (IFAW) and has worked tirelessly to alleviate human-elephant conflicts and raise conservation awareness in the country that stands at the heart of the “blood ivory” illicit trade.
An important conversation you won’t want to miss “Blood Ivory and the Fate of the World’s Elephants” on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, July 23, 3 pm ET. Tune in live online at Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
James P. Gray has been a trial judge in Orange County, California since 1983. Before becoming a judge, he served as a Volunteer in the Peace Corps in Costa Rica, a staff judge advocate and criminal defense attorney in the Navy JAG Corps, a federal prosecutor in Los Angeles, and a civil litigation attorney in a private law firm, in addition to being a Republican candidate for US Congress in 1998, a Libertarian candidate for US Senate in 2004 and the 2012 Libertarian candidate for Vice President.
Judge Gray has discussed issues of drug policy on more than two hundred television and radio shows and public forums all across the country. Using his experience on the bench and elsewhere, he has also authored a book on the failed War on Drugs as well as Wearing The Robe, about practical and ethical issues in being a judge.
City of Champions co-editors Matt Gajtka, Zac Weiss and Larry Snyder unite for the latest edition of Three Rivers, One Show - the flagship program on CoC Radio. The trio discuss the Pittsburgh Pirates' hot play immediately following the all-star break, including a fiery game Tuesday night against the Dodgers at PNC Park. What should the Bucs do to supplement their roster as the MLB trade deadline approaches? Also, Steelers training camp begins this weekend; what are some things to look for in the early days at St. Vincent's?
Tonight on Simply Sinister 5, we continue chatting about things that are very fitting to the topic, including drug use. In particular, Alcohol throughout history has been both demonized and also dismissed as a harmless substance. Many people to this day are more concerned over illegal substances, and not so much about the more easily available, alcohol.
Tonight I bring you some discussions/clips on alcohol, and comments on this very easily available but potentially dangerous substance that can have the potential to destroy lives.
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INTERVIEW GUEST: Marsha Reeves Jews, CEO of the Bissell Street Group, noted Speaker, Talk Show Host and the Director of Events for the Herbert Bearman Community Art Gallery.
This Week’s Message: An event planner is, quite simply, someone who organizes an event. When we think of an event we may think of something spectacular, such as the Super Bowl, the Presidential Inauguration, New Year’s festivities in Times Square, or any of the other major events we hear about or see on television. Of course, event planners are needed for all these events. However, event planners also work on thousands of smaller events. Any time people gather together for a purpose, whether it is for a wedding, a conference, a festival, a formal dinner, or the grand opening of a new store, someone is needed to oversee all the details to ensure the event happens and that it is a success. Can you juggle many things at once without missing the details? Are you results oriented but always cautious of the bottom line? If this describes you, then you might have what it takes to become an event planner.
For over 20 years, Marsha Reeves Jews has successfully led her consulting firm, the Bissell Street Group, to international prominence in Business Development, Marketing, Trade Show Management, Awards Ceremonies Production and Events/Meetings/Conference Planning. She has worked with a myriad of companies and in diverse leadership capacities. Her leadership roles have included: Owner of ZZAJ Art Gallery in Harlem; Vice President of Operations for the Modern Day Marine Force in Readiness Exposition; Executive Director of the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre Foundation of Maryland; President/COO/Associate Publisher of the Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology Magazine and the Black Engineer and Information Technology Magazine; and Producer of the Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference.
A Thursday Night show this week. I have to pick up my fans. Tapering off a little. A half hour show at 11pm. A lot of you might be in bed by then so listen to the tape.
Talking the CAVS and the Love trade as well as your supreme commander Ali Bama not supporting Israel.
Just good old talk about Florida and my hometown Cleveland, Ohio..
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Series Preview Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler recaps the New York Yankees' series against the Texas Rangers and give his thoughts on Mark Teixeira's latest injury. Plus, what are Ricky's thoughts on the Yankees' trade for Chase Headley to be their new third baseman?
Then, Brandon Nickel, a staff writer from Jays Journal, will join the show to help preview the Yankees-Blue Jays series this weekend as the Bronx Bombers will wrap up their ten-game homestand. What moves does Brandon think the Blue Jays need to make before next Thursday's Trade Deadline? Is this a huge series for Toronto considering their lack of success at Yankee Stadium?
Plus, Ricky and Brandon will discuss the promotion of Blue Jays' prospect Aaron Sanchez, breakdown the pitching matchups, and give their players to watch for the series.
Dennis C Latham handles the phone lines while The Ordinary People Society - TOPS Radio Airs and Broadcasts - Ceo, Founder, and HOST Kenneth Glasgow.
Call-in number: 1 (323) 679-0905 5PM to 7PM CDT - 6PM to 8PM EST
Spiritual and community support and activism for , encompassing , and , for the homeless, ex-offenders, ex-drug addicts, women in crisis, etc. under the leadership of Dr. Kenneth Glasgow
My guest today, Les Schmidt, felt he was boxed in by the faith healing church he was raised in and decided to live a life of great adventures, which then led to many disasters and then finally led to great happiness. Les will share HOW TO LIVE LIFE IN ITS FULLNESS as he explains in his book, "The Truth Finding Your Own Truth. Les' book has received rave reviews and has been a guest on my show before so that you tell you something, that I feel his message has tremedous value to everyone and especially those people who are living in a stuck and/or dysfunctional life. Tune in today, put on your seatbelt and go on an exciting adventure with Les Schmidt as he shares his life as a drug manufacturer and his redemption therefrom! rFor copies of Les's books and for a free consultation. visit his website at http://www.thetruthfindyourtruth.com. Les is offering four books for the price of one plus a free consultation. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS NOW!
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Mike Bellafiore or Bella as most people refer to him as was on to discuss the power of market education, his experience coacing/mentoring traders, and his experience as an author and business leader.
Mike's book The Playbook is a not only a great read, but provides a great primer for aspiring or even established traders. We talked about the book as well.
Mike Bellafiore co-founded SMB Capital, a proprietary trading firm in New York City, and SMBU, its trader education company. He is the author of the “trading classic” One Good Trade and The PlayBook. He also co-authored a chapter for The StockTwits Edge, in which he discussed a favorite trading setup. Mr. Bellafiore also writes regularly for the globally popular SMBU blog, where he shares ideas on how to improve trading performance. Mike’s trading techniques were noted in The Daily Trading Coach: 101 Lessons for Becoming Your Own Trading Psychologist, written by Dr. Steenbarger and has been recognized in The Inner Voice of Trading by Michael Martin. As an international lecturer, Mr. Bellafiore has built trader trading programs globally for hedge funds, prop trading desks, and retail traders, working with some of the world’s largest traders.
SMB Capital’s trader-training program was highlighted in the TV documentary Wall Street Warriors. His firm has appeared regularly on CNBC’s Fast Money, CNNMoney, Bloomberg, and Fox Business.