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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has made education reform a top priority of his administration. Whether the topic is teacher tenure, a new evaluation system, or charter schools and choice, Governor Christie wants to move from the status quo. In addition to education reform initiatives, host Ray Pinney will discuss issues, such as school funding, and will ask the governor which specific education policy changes he hopes to achieve in the next 12 month.
Mr. Ken Krawchuk, Libertarian nominee for Governor of Pennsylvania, joins us on the CL Gammon Program. We will talk about such issues as “What it means to be a Libertarian,” “How a Libertarian Governor can make Pennsylvania a better place,: “How do convince government officials to respect the rights of the citizens” "The American Tax System," "The American military," "The War on Drugs" "Fair Ballot Access for all political parties" and many others. Feel free to join in on the conversation by dialing 1-347-989-8948.
This week Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro is Andy Melancon, Manager of Retail Operations for Golfballs.com.
Join Chris Mascaro every Saturday at 9:00 AM as he talks with PGA Tour legends, today's players, equipment manufacturers and people influencing all aspects of the game On The Tee.
Chris Shore reviews Friday's WWE Smackdown television show: Roman Reigns vs. Alberto Del Rio, Dean Ambrose vs. Cesaro, and more...
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Welcome to Lunch & Learn with your hosts Chris Bridges & Barrett Matthews.
Join hosts, Chris Bridges and Barrett Matthews on Lunch & Learn with Chris & Barrett as we welcome The Honorable Hubert L. Grimes, author of How to Keep Your Child from Going to JAIL. Judge Grimes provides practical approaches to parents who desire to change their child's behaviors and point them towards a successful future. The book combines powerful stories from his own upbringing with lessons learned through his courtroom and real life experiences.
The "Yankee bounce" that new acquisitions receive is in full-force as Mike and Joe talk about how Brandon McCarthy, Chase Headley and Chris Capuano can lead the Bombers to the playoffs. Will the Mets make a deal this week? Should they pursue Carlos Gonzalez or Troy Tulowitzki? John Schmeelk of Giants.com gives the first training camp report of the season. The guys round it out talking about the Michael Sam, Tony Dungy and Ray Rice off-the-field controversies.
Thinking... maybe it's overrated. I believe, to some degree, that's true! But we still do it all the time! We wouldn't be able to get by without it, right?
The trick is to be more aware of what we think about. No kidding! We think about things that we don't even know we think about! No kidding! Just think about it! (?) LOL!!
This will be a fun and funny look at how to take some control over this wild and crazy thing called THINKING. Done right, it's a vital skill to have and to use regularly!
The Bad-Ass Blondes of Radio are here to make life better, and that has something to do with you!
Chris and Sally are improving lives, one subject at a time, with real views of real life. You're welcome to join in and you're welcome to just listen, but it's not something you'll want to miss!
Writing is not only what Nancy Christie does—on a deeper level, it’s really what she is. Writing is not just how she makes her living—it’s how she lives her life.
Fiction is Christie's passion, and in addition to her fiction collection, Traveling Left of Center, and two short story e-books, Annabelle and Alice in Wonderland (all published by Pixel Hall Press), her short stories can be found in literary publications such as Hypertext, Full of Crow, Fiction365, Red Fez, Wanderings, The Chaffin Journal, and Xtreme.
A member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, Christie teaches workshops at writing conferences and schools across the country and hosts the monthly Monday Night Writers group in Canfield, Ohio.
Controversy over an armored Bergen County Sheriff's vehicle, Gov. Christe's recent travels and traffic problems along Route 17 will be the topics for a reporters roundtable on Record Talk Radio at 10 a.m. Friday, July 24.
Record reporters Jean Rimbach, Melissa Hayes and John Cichowski will talk about the top stories on their beats this week.
Rimbach, who covers county law enforcement issues, will discuss her story on a dispute over the Bergen County Sheriff's acquisition of two armored vehicles formerly used by the military.
Cichowski, the Record's Road Warrior, will talk about his story that looked at the number of traffic accidents along a stretch of Route 17 where a Waldwick officer was killed last week after his parked unmarked police vehicle was hit by a tractor-trailer.
And Hayes, who covers the governor's office, will talk about some of the flak that Gov. Christie received from gun control advocates during his recent trip to Connecticut.
If you have a question for any of these reporters, email your suggestions to email@example.com.
On tonight's GetAtMeInDaMixxx we start out with DaBeatzMaKanixxx new cut "RiseUp" (Atlanta Falcons Chant song), followed by Tinashe's "2On" (still a hot song). Next we have Drake's "100Beats"(Drake has flow on this with killer bars) and then we have Hopsin's "IllMindOfHopsin" (a must hear track). We the have a special remix of Chris Brown's "Loyal" ft Tupac & Biggie (#IKnowRight). Then we have our show host WingzOnaPlane's "GlobalMindControl" (Wingz is that dude). Yo Gotti's "EvvryBody" is next (another Yo Gotti hit) and we wind it up with August Alsina's "Numb" (Dj's dont sleep. That's tonights GetAtMeInDaMixxx. call in at (347) 826-774
Meghan McGill is the niece of Chris Derose who is the founder of Last Chance for Animals. Last Chance for Animals began in 1984 now it has been 30 years since they have been fighting for animals.
A fixture in animal rights movement for over a decade, Meghan McGill has played an integral role at Last Change for Animals (LCA) for the past eight years. As a longtime vegan and animal-welfare advocate, Meghan serves as LCA’s campaigns manager and works to educate the public on issues of animal cruelty and abuse.
Meghan has been instrumental in leading some of the largest protests in the country against circuses, the fur industry and Puppy mills. She oversaw the ban of fur in West Hollywood and the closing of multiple high-end pet stores in Los Angeles area. Meghan regularly participles in speaking engagements and outreach events with children and schools, and is committed to demonstrating compassion for all beings that need a voice in our world.
Founded in 1984 by Hollywood actor Chris DeRose, Last Chance For Animals (LCA) has its roots in fighting and exposing the inherent cruelty of vivisection. In the organization's early years, DeRose led teams of dedicated activists employing non-violent strategies modeled after social movements led by such leaders as Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Using "Direct Action," LCA activists engaged in peaceful protest with determined resolve... to make sure their voices would be heard. When direct action was still a new concept in the American animal rights movement, every well-planned demonstration achieved tremendous media coverage. By the late 1980s, LCA was earning a national reputation for its no-nonsense approach to exposing animal cruelty.
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