• 00:06

    Weekend Thoughts on Cantor, Tea Party, VAT and Flat Tax

    in News

    There are a lot of things happening on the domestic political and economic scene.  Eric Cantor loses.  A report shows that most companies are fudging on their books.  The Tea Party didn't use any corporate money.  Maybe we need a VAT or a flat tax or both.Granted there are other factors involved: one would be a smaller turn out; two would be canters bad campaign; and three would be Democrats and independents voting for drab. We don't know the full answer yet. But one thing is clear is that a group of people, voters, took things into their own hands. They are upset with establishment people controlling our country. This is a good sign. However it also shows how difficult it is to govern in the 21st-century. Moises Naim's book the end of power shows this beautifully. There are so many factions that are out there that have the ability to communicate through the Internet and other new media that there are a cacophony of ideas and bad ideas that are floating around out there. So finding a majority will be very difficult. However I think those tea party voters in Virginia got it right. Look at the most recent study that just came out today. It shows how so many corporations are avoiding taxes. A survey of most corporations not only here in United States but also internationally show that they all have losses on their accounting sheets. Why? they're hiding money and they're hiding profits. Why? They don't want to pay taxes. I have been advocating a value added tax and or a flat tax. Let's start paying into the government services that we need right away

  • 01:00

    Getting To Know Flat Tax--Americans Ready

    in News

    Hear an interview with Mr. Stephen C. Eldridge from Tn who is going to help us understand there is a better way--the Flat Tax.  Join us and learn as America is fed up of taxes--there must be a better way.  It starts with all of us learning across America.

  • 01:03

    Flat Track Weekly Radio w/ Jared Mees & Troy Bayliss

    in Sports

    Flat Track Weekly Radio is your weekly Flat Track internet radio station. Third generation motorcycle racers Cory Texter & Scottie Deubler bring you insight you won't find anywhere else. Every Tuesday night at 8pm EST/5pm PST we chat with racers, team owners, mechanics, promoters and more that make up the great sport of AMA Pro Flat Track.


    Presenting sponsor of the show: Thom Duma Fine Jewelers


    Associate sponsor: DesignStar3


    Tonight's Guest:


    -Jared Mees - Winner of the 2015 Troy Bayliss Classic


    -Troy Bayliss - 3x World Superbike Champion. 2014 Troy Bayliss Classic Champion. Promoter of the TBC.


    Check us out on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/FlatTrackWeeklyRadio


    Instagram: @FlatTrackWeeklyRadio

  • 00:21

    Liberty Tax te orienta Episodio 2

    in Finance

    Liberty Tax Service es el proveedor de preparación de impuestos de mayor crecimiento.  Ahora con oficina en el 3KS6 Ave. Fragoso, detrás de Plaza Carolina.  Te invitamos a que nos envíes tus preguntas a libtaxpr@gmail.com o llames en vivo al 787-220-7646 este próximo jueves 29 de enero a las 4pm.

  • 00:55

    Daily Gogetemism #121 Black Christmas AKA Tax Return Time. Hood Wealth

    in Health

    Christmas comes in February for many of my people. Christmas comes when the W-2 comes.

  • 00:31
  • 01:26

    Flipping Your Tax Check - Double or Nothing?

    in Culture

    Today's Episode: Tax time is always a very desired time among many people. We often forget that just as quick as we get it, it can dissappear if we're not careful. There are ways to turn your tax dollar into wealth that will not only last you all year, but will give you a cushion for a rainy day and we're teaching you how! Join us live Wednesday, 1/28/15  7:30 CST! we're available on Ipods, laptops, tablets, and mobile (our call to listen feature-347-327-9682). Don't miss it!

  • 01:58

    BEAT BREAK 87 SATURDAY NIGHT PROGRAM LINE UP (T.G.I.S.) 1/31/14

    in Radio

    BEAT BREAK 87 SATURDAY NIGHT PROGRAM LINE UP (T.G.I.S.) 1/31/14


    Beat Break 87 FM & beatbreakradiofm.com presents T.G.I.S. (Thank Goodness It's Saturday) Program Line Up. Beat Break 87 has partnered up with Home Team Radio to simulcast three of your favorite Beat Break programming starting with The Beat Break AM Show, followed by The Dee Hill Radio Show, and Ridin Durty Radio Dirty Dozen. The Beat Break AM Show is a comedy & music based program hosted by Sean Garvey & DJ Rollem. The Dee Hill Radio Show with Dee Hill is a public after program that centers around community & social issues along with a variety of commentors from all walks of life. Lastly, Vic XL brings you the hottest top 12 independent artists around the country making the music countdown on Ridin Durty Radio Dirty Dozen. Beat Break 87 FM is presented by Dark Knight Entertainment, Positive Arts Movement, & P&J Tax Professionals. 


     

  • 00:15

    Local Pro Singer, Natasha Diora Joins Us To Discuss Ways To Judge True Talent

    in Music

    Sally b invites long time BFF, Natasha Diora, on to discuss her professional singing experience and how talent should be judged. Show will feature an acappella singing performance by self proclaimed producer, singer, songwriter, videographer and beat maker, John Mclendon. Sally b and her guest host, Natasha D. will discuss his singing abilites. 


    Singers who will be featured in future episodes of our "Singing Flat" segment will benefit from this show. 

  • 00:23

    Liberty Tax PR te orienta

    in Finance

    Liberty Tax Service es el proveedor de preparación de impuestos de mayor crecimiento.  Ahora con oficina en el 3KS6 Ave. Fragoso, detrás de Plaza Carolina.  Te invitamos a que nos envies tus preguntas a libtaxpr@gmail.com o llames en vivo al 787-220-7646 este próximo jueves 22 de enero a las 4pm.

  • 02:00

    President Obama...The new Robin Hood. Prince of Thieves...He's robbing the Hood

    in Politics Conservative

    The Demorcratic Party is one that is suppose to be the champion of the middle class.  During the President's State of the Union address, he makes another socialist pitch to "make it fair" for the middle class by raising taxes on the top 1%.  He always received a standing ovation for these comments.  The American people doesn't undestand that wealth distribution is the worst thing that can ever be proposed.  Let me paint a simple picture...A student works hard in school to get an A in a class.  The teacher of that class decides to take points away from that student to give to another.  Not enough to bring their grade down to a B but enough to bring another student's F up to a D.  What will be the A student's motivation to keep working hard to maintain their A if points are constantly being taking from them to give to another student who doesn't put in the time and effort? When you look back at any policy that promotes "making things fair" you would think things would be better for the same group of people who those policies are suppose to help. When you look at articles all over the internet, looking at the polls, and watch the news, the middle class is screaming that they don't feel as if they are doing better in an economy where the stock market is roaring or an economy that "boast" an unemployment rate of less than 6%.  The Democrats does not understand the pains of the middle class as they want you to believe.  

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