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Environmentalists fight backagainst developers live as it happens! This morning is going to be a very special show. It's going to be spontaneous and it's gonna be live, outrageous, real time and I can't tell you exactly what it's going to be is that could spoil the impact. Tune in and witness history in the making, where local ordinary people will stand up to the powers to be to prevent an assault on our environment.
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Today's most exciting progressive talk show host's are Mitch Mallett and Terri Wonder, the Practical Liberals, who airs live Tuesday and Thursday mornings 9-10am on 1490 AM Tampa Bay, or Blog Talk Radio.
Given the recent happenings in the sport of golf, co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres, take The Practice Range to discuss whether or not, the sport is still a gentleman’s game or is it really turn into a nasty sport.
On The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network, They will talk about the newly signed extension to the European Tour finale, Chambers Bay continue to draw attention with USGA Executive Director Mike Davis recent warnings and the environmentalists planned protest, the PGA Tour was forced to defends its security policy in lieu of the recent Sergio Garcia heckling at The Players, Miguel Angel Jimenez and a collegiate player hole-in-one stories, Greg Norman turning down The Open and Rory McIlroy interacting with fans via Periscope at 30K feet.
The Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week is 1997 US Open winner and current Champions Tour player, Olin Browne.
Guest on at 11:00 am Writer / Bilingual Communications Expert
Entertainment and fashion are two of Sandy Rodriguez’s areas of expertise, but she has no problem writing or talking about any topic whatsoever.
bilingual communications expert with 15+ years of experience in media and publishing, she currently lives in Los Angeles and writes for magazines, websites and newspapers in the U.S. and Mexico. Additionally, she translates books, and works as a specialized medical interpreter for hospitals and health care providers visited by Spanish speakers.
Guest on at 10:00 am Reneh Simonian, a food industry veteran with more than 20 years experience, has travelled both nationally and internationally working with executive chefs of some of the finest restaurants in the world. Whether it's describing the many different types and flavor of olives, or sharing his knowledge of the varied regional favors of International cuisine, Reneh has benefitted from his exposure to all kinds of exotic foods. His recent experience has been focused on the seafood industry.
Guest on at 10:30 am Christina Neferis is an American documentary director, producer and editor. She is the director and producer of the documentary Power Lines(in production), which explores the 40 year controversy behind power lines and the intense debate between doctors, scientists, homeowners, environmentalists, journalists and power line companies. Her docu-style webisode, L.A. Stories captures a day in the life of an individual living or visiting Los Angeles.
It has Californians timing their showers, driving dirty cars and staring at brown lawns and empty swimming pools is a man caused disaster, according to critics, who say the Golden State’s misguided environmental policies allow much needed freshwater to flow straight into the Pacific. The critics say California gets plenty of water to meet its needs, if it were only managed properly.
But the vast majority of the state’s 1,400 dams and reservoirs, in the two massive systems and smaller ones that supply southern California, were built well before the 1980s. Environmentalists have since stopped the construction of water storage and delivery systems through legal and political actions. They have also fought to ensure that captured water is released into streams and the ocean -- rather than the water delivery system -- in order to boost fish populations and dilute the salinity of the delta.
Mark Baird is president of a Water Rights Group in Northern California called Scott Valley Protect Our Water. He is also the leading grassroots advocate and spokesman for The State of Jefferson.
Tags: California, water, drought, Delta smelt, fish, environmentalist, Sacramento, Jerry Brown, Obama, Kamala Harris
What were the factors that led to this potential unraveling for the growth coalitions?
Urban renewal increased tensions rather than resolving them, leaving cities in a greater state of fear and uncertainty.
Demands by African-Americans to integrate neighborhoods and schools put the growth coalitions in a bind because they feared increased white flight if the demands were met. Most growth coalitions tried to walk a tightrope, some more successfully than others.
Many local banks and corporations were bought up by even larger corporations from outside the city, or moved their headquarters to even larger cities, leaving the growth coalitions holding the bag. Some growth coalitions then fragmented.
Up-scale neighborhoods, environmentalists, left-wing activists fresh from Civil Rights and anti-war struggles, and well-educated high-tech workers passed slow-growth legislation or blocked specific projects in some cities.
Low-income people in small towns and urban neighborhoods, often led by women and minorities, became part of an environmental justice movement that resisted the creation of chemical dumps and waste treatments plants in their areas (Szasz, 1994).
Unions based in service workers and government employees later joined the slow-growth, pro-neighborhood coalitions in some major cities.Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in America. 78% of their clinics are in minority communities. Blacks make up 12% of the population, but 35% of the abortions in America. Are we being targeted? Isn't that genocide? We are the only minority in America that is on the decline in population. If the current trend continues, by 2038 the black vote will be insignificant.
A year after it left Ukraine for Russia, Crimea is suffering (I promise); The lie that farmers use 80% of California's water is manufactured by environmentalists to distract from the incredible damage their policies have caused; When does the Senate have a say on treaties? When it agrees with Obama; Why Senator Mike Lee's colleagues’ cluelessness about our founding document is at the heart of Washington’s dysfunction; The "Reformican" agenda has a strong ‘abandoning free market principles to save the free market system’ vibe to it; and no, Hillary Rodham Clinton is not "inevitable".
All over the world there are brave and couragous people getting together, communicating and taking action.
Young people are starting to "live off the grid," networking their services.
Environmentalists are having an impact world-wide.
Whistleblowers are demonstrating incredible courage.
The occupy Wall Street movement.
The organic movement and small, local farms.
People are catching on to the corporate/government agenda.
The middle class is beginning understand...
So, where do we go from here?
On tonight's show
The fallout continues from Governor Hogan's State of the State address. We'll discuss.
Governor Hogan wants to end automatic gas tax hikes. Liberal democrats want to keep them.
Would an alert system on every cell phone and tv be the answer to hit and run accidents? One Senator thinks so.
The General Assembly takes up the important issue of .... grave robbing. Yes, grave robbing.
I invite radical environmentalists who want to bring lawsuits in the name of "mother nature" to Get Off My Lawn.
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Williams Made Himself A Perfect Target. There’s no more attractive story than one suggesting that an important or powerful figure is a hypocrite. It’s the war hawk urging the dispatch of young men and women into harm’s way, but whose draft deferments or sketchy medical condition exempted him from the draft. It’s the liberal voting to bus children to school while sending her kids to private academies. It’s the tribune of moral virtue paying for abortions for the staff assistant he knocked up. It’s the environmentalists flying to a climate change rally in a private jet.
According to the people with knowledge of the situation, the instinct at the top of NBC and Comcast, its corporate parent, has been to try to preserve the asset: Williams is No. 1 at 6:30 p.m. by a wide margin, and “Nightly” is NBC’s only consistently dominant newscast newscast. The sense inside NBC News has been that Williams is too big to fail: He’s just too valuable, and there’s no obvious replacement.
Watson Prunier will be hosting BATTLE4FREEDOM every Tuesday night, 9:00pm EST. Watson is a Strong Christian Conservative, with powerful words and a calming voice. And check out his incredible website Battle4Freedom.com.
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LatinoTalk Texas is news, issues and interviews. Today, I read several articles detailing both the nature and fallout of the Bigot King's Tea Party rally in Iowa. I also discuss the nature of the growing rift between the Republican Party and the Tea party radicals among them. It is evident when we see how immigration is the fulcrum upon which their behavior balances. Just as my analysis indicated weeks ago. Furthermore we see evidence of this in the way Boehner handles legislation in the US Congress and how Jeb Bush and his detractors behave challenging him on immigration....yet again. I also read an article about TV Journalist Jorge Ramos of Univsion and how he too is challenging the Republicans on their hard line anti-immigration effort and how the ultimately seek to oust all illegal immigrants. I point out how the Tea party's agenda is same as their sponsor the Tanton Network's agenda to reduce the American population by half by largely deporting millions upon millions of people. I caution that though I'm glad Jeb Bush favors Immigration and education reform I doubt he has a chance in the poisoned Republican field while the Democrats are happy to sit back and watch with popcorn.
Program Summary date: 22 DEC 2014
Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss all manner of smalltown life in Kansas in the second hour after these news stories.
Counterspin (30 min.)
Description: This week on CounterSpin: Progressive Democrats launched an unexpected attack on a congressional spending bill, leaving some pundits complaining once more about nasty Beltway polarization. But legislators were trying to do something substantive: stop an attempt to roll back an important part of the Dodd/Frank Wall Street reform law. Journalist David Dayen will join us to explain what was at stake.
Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)
US and Cuban leaders announce thaw in Cold War-era diplomatic relations
More mass kidnapping in northern Nigeria; Boko Haram suspected
Taliban militants slaughter almost 150 children at a Peshawar school
Israel showcases drone technology as the world’s top exporter
Wichita outfits all police with body cameras, L.A. and Houston announce similar plans
New York environmentalists celebrate first-ever statewide fracking ban
New Zealand opens coastal waters to deep sea drilling
Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature listen in to conversations with "Traditional Republicans" who have lived small town life in Kansas across the generations.
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