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  • 00:29

    Councilman Frank Commisso Jr talks about the fiscal health of Albany

    in Politics

    Councilman Frank Commisso Jr talks about the fiscal health of Albany

  • 00:22

    Khalid Bey talks about the Fiscal health of Syracuse

    in Politics

    Syracuse City Council Member Khalid Bey talks about the Fiscal health of Syracuse





  • 01:01

    What's left in the budget?: School needs and purchases in the Spring

    in Education

    Even in the best organization budgeting can be a dark art. In pK-12 schools, however, the magic takes on a special character. Our guests will discuss the dynamics of school purchases at this time of the year. It used to be that educators could play more free and loose with end of the year funds, however, regulations about how funds are allocated and spent and associated planning mean that there is strategy as to how end of the fiscal year funds become available to address items that otherwise fall between the cracks. In this Education Table Talk we will discuss what sorts of products educators and schools are looking for this time of the year and what funds are available to purchase those products.

    Guests at the table:

    Larry Buchweitz, Director of Sales at MCH Strategic Data
    Joyce Whitby, National Vice President of Sales, School Messenger
    Edwin Wargo, CEO & Founder, 3rd Quote 

  • 02:02

    Rey Hernandez & Dr. Bob Davis: UFO Sightings & ET Contact Experiences

    in Paranormal

    On the April 20, 2016 edition of "Nature Of Reality Radio" I welcome Rey Hernandez & Dr. Bob Davis wo are both members of The Dr. Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters (aka FREE, website experiencer.org)

    Rey and his entire family are “Experiencers”. He has attended Rutgers College, Cornell University and was a Ph.D. Candidate at U.C. Berkeley in City and Regional Planning.  He was also the recipient of a National Science Foundation Ph.D. Fellowship at U.C. Berkeley.  Rey resides with his family in Miami, Florida.

    Dr. Robert Davis is Board of Director of FREE. His research into the UFO phenomenon convinced him that the phenomenon remains unresolved, is a source of considerable debate among millions worldwide, and is a very important concern unfortunately ignored by the general scientific community.  He advocates for the need to advance our understanding of the phenomenon through the development of a governance structure to provide the necessary leadership, direction, and related resource support, both human and fiscal, for a multidisciplinary team of leading scholars to study the phenomenon. Dr. Davis has written a book, entitled The UFO Phenomenon: Should I Believe? and has appeared on many radio shows discussing the UFO phenomenon. His website is: theufophenomenon.com

    The late Dr. Edgar Mitchell was one of FREE's 4 Co-Founders and another Co-Founders and current Executive Director is Dr. Rudy Schild, Emeritus Professor of Astrophysics from Harvard University.

  • 00:45

    Agitator Radio

    in Politics Progressive

    William Spriggs is a professor in, and former Chair of, the Department of Economics at Howard University and serves as Chief Economist to the AFL-CIO.  In his role with the AFL-CIO he chairs the Economic Policy Working Group for the Trade Union Advisory Committee to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and serves on the board of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

    From 2009 to 2012, Bill served as Assistant Secretary for the Office of Policy at the United States Department of Labor, having been appointed by President Barack Obama, and confirmed by the U.S. Senate.  At the time of his appointment, he also served as chairman of the Healthcare Trust for UAW Retirees of the Ford Motor Company and as chairman of the UAW Retirees of the Dana Corporation Health and Welfare Trust, vice chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Political Education and Leadership Institute; and on the joint National Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Public Administration’s Committee on the Fiscal Future for the United States.

    Bill’s previous work experience includes roles leading economic policy development and research as a Senior Fellow and Economist at the Economic Policy Institute; as Executive Director for the Institute for Opportunity and Equality of the National Urban League; as a Senior Advisor for the Office of Government Contracting and Minority Business Development for the U.S. Small Business Administration; as a Senior Advisor and Economist for the Economics and Statistics Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce; as an Economist for the Democratic staff of the Joint Economic Committee of Congress.  He is a former president of the National Economics Association, the organization of America’s professional Black economists.

    He is a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance and the National Academy of Public Administration.

  • 00:15

    Scattered? Multiple Distractions? Controlling Entrepreneur ADHD

    in Christianity

    Scattered?  Multiple distractions? Unfocused?  This is never the intention, but it is the statistical end result for many.  As the start-up or home-based entrepreneur builds their business, wearing multiple hats is the order of the day.

    I know this scenario very well.  I lived that scattered approach for a long time and then one day I bit the bullet and decided to hire help.  BEST DECISION EVER!  Sometimes, doing less (of certain things) gives you so much more time (to do better things).  

    At first, I questioned the logic, timing, and fiscal responsibility of this decision. How much would I have to pay to get the kind of help I needed? Where was the money going to come from to pay her?Training her would take time, would it be worth it? if I invested in her and she quit later?  Would she work as I needed her to?  What would I delegate away and what would I continue to do myself?

    All legitimate questions that just happened to answer themselves as I dived in.

  • 01:07

    JBT Episodio 6bis: Paraná Papers y Populismo Episodio 6 (bis)

    in Politics

    Paraná Papers y Populismo.

    Invitados: Irene Gimenez desde Panamá y Nico Yacoy desde Argentina


    #PanamaPapers, el ojo del gran hermano fiscal y la decadencia del periodismo tradicional. Peras y manzanas en un mundo totalitario


    El fenómeno populista en Latinoamérica tiene características particulares. Se identifica bajo el distitntivo de "socialismo del siglo XXI", una suerte de neomarxismo que, a diferencia de las revoluciones del siglo anterior, surge de las urnas. Lo analizamos con el periodista Nico Yacoy desde Argentina. El método populista y su denunica sober la decadencia del sistema político como táctica para adueñarse de la voluntad de la gente y los resortes del estado. El poder de encantamiento y el vínculo con el votante. Donald Trump y Bernie Sanders como fenómenos populistas.

  • 01:28

    1DimitriRadio: Donald Trump has YUUGE problems with delegate math!

    in News

    Dimitri’s Opening Monologue
    (from the LifePedigree.com studio at the intersection of Freedom & Fun™)
    I first told you about candidate Donald Trump’s fatal flaw months ago. And I said that could lead to his downfall. It is starting to happen. I have an audio clip of him that speaks volumes. Also, why are the media not telling you the whole truth about the Wisconsin public opinion polls? #prophetic

    First Segment
    Columnist, political commentator and fun guest Liz Peek (The Fiscal Times, FoxNews.com, The New York Sun, and seen frequently on TV programs with Larry Kudlow, Fox and Friends and others) tries to help me understand why the media continue to ignore Bernie Sanders, even though he keeps winning, and how bad a week did the The Donald really have? #insights

  • 00:31

    The Monday After Mania

    in Lifestyle

    In this edition of All Subjects Everything, we return after a lengthy hiatus (for us, anyway) to recap the spectacle (and disappointment) that was Wrestlemania 32.  Biggest crowd ever, biggest stage ever...and some blah matches and scenarios for it all. We'll see where WWE can go from here, especially since the Monday Night RAW after Mania is usually when the new stuff starts. Call it WWE's fiscal year.

    Also, we'll preview tonight's NCAA men's basketball title game in which North Carolina will look for its third championship under Roy Williams while Villanova tries for its first chip since 1985. Can Nova keep the hot shooting and defensive intensity up or willl Carolina's athleticism be too much to overcome? We'll talk about it.

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  • 00:45

    Unpitchable - I Loaf You - 011

    in Comedy

    The crew talks Daredevil and has a life changing experience with a magical form of rock 'n roll. David asks our politicians hard political questions about fiscal responsibility. Tim tells us about the greatest wizard of all. Nick sends a love letter with a dark twist.