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Cincinnati Business Talk features the positive side of business and innovation in southwest Ohio. Today's guests are Shawn Nason, Chief Innovation Officer at the new Xavier University Center for Innovation. In addition Dr. Scott A. Chadwick, Provost and Chief Academic Officer at Xavier University and Annette Marksberry, Associate Provost and CIO, Information Technologies at Xavier University will be on the show.
The show streamed live on Friday April 17th at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/7514533
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LAB SAFETY IN SCHOOLS: TOO OFTEN OVERLOOKED.
Carolina Biological presents NSTA advisor on Lab safety Dr. Ken Roy, Director of Safety for Glastonbury CT Public Schools on 'Revolutionary Curriculum Changes in Science: Safety Impact"
Barry Cooper is a former narcotics officer turned freedom activist. He has dedicated his life to easing the suffering caused by the war on drugs. Now he teaches people how to NeverGetBusted and is a criminal defense expert that helps to free prisoners. He is also known as The Drug War Insurgent
America is the land of opportunity. People travel to America from all over the world to learn, to observe, to return to their own lands and improve the quality of life for their people. America military are dispersed all other all over the world to right wrongs of humanity being visited upon people without power. America missionaries, travel all over the world, filling the bodies, minds and souls of people who are lacking in all areas. America has issues this Sunday morning, and the spotlight shines upon America and the world see what must be done in America, as the world sees, what must be done in other lands. Americans must begin today to heal this country. The way to safety and prosperity is to ask, seek, and knock.
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43 years ago office neil howie of the west highland police force die in a crash halfway between the mainland and summerisle island. We usualy cover movies on my show but this tragedy has always stricken me to the core so we will do a show based on this great tradgedy. with mutch thanks to writer anthony schaffer for his personal notes on the incident so tune on this weekend of the may day festival and sollemly respect the poor lost office.
In the three-minute video, Slager can be seen approaching Walter Scott after shooting him, yelling at him to “put your hands behind your back.” Scott is motionless, face down on the ground. Slager then handcuffs Scott as another officer comes to help Slager.
“It’s not about race. It’s about power,” attorney L. Chris Stewart, the Scott’s attorney told the Los Angeles Times. “That officer thought he could just shoot this man. He thought Mr. Scott was expendable.”
At a press conference Tuesday night, Stewart said Slager “just casually shot a man in the back that many times. It speaks to the value of human life, which is a bigger issue than trying to just make this a small issue of race. This is a bigger issue of human life and the value of it. And when people start respecting that more, it won’t matter what color you are.”
Stewart, the Scott family’s attorney, said anyone who watches the video can clearly see it was murder. He said he is “disappointed that the initial reports were totally on the side of the officer. The spokesperson for the police reported that ‘the man tried to grab the Taser’ and once again if we’d just took the initial newspaper reports, it would have been ‘why’d that guy grab the Taser, he shouldn’t have tried to hurt a cop.’ But that wasn’t what happened. And the truth came out.”
State Rep. Justin Bamberg, an attorney, said at the press conference, “Regardless of what may have happened leading up to this shooting, at the moment (Scott) turned and ran, and was no longer a threat to the officer or anybody else, that officer was completely and wholeheartedly unjustified in gunning down Mr. Scott. He did not shoot once. He shot seven times, paused, and then fired an eighth round.”
Author, Karen Lynch shares her story of how being raised by a bi-polar mother inadvertently trained her to become a police officer. She will talk about what life was like for the first women on patrol. And how the love of one adult can save an at risk child.
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Real Talk All The Time Returns Tuesday April 21st with an Interview with Author and Friend to the Show Gary Heyward. Join us once again as we dive into the underbelly of New Yorks Corrections Department. From Corrections Officer to Convict to Author. Gary Heyward has been on both sides of the fence and gives us a no holds bars look into the life of New York City's Boldest and New York City Criminals. He has penned the book Corruption officer and now Copstitute. He has been on New Yorks Hot 97, 105.1 with the breakfast club and other main stream news shows. His books which expose embarrassing truths have sparked debate and critism. And Yes REAL TALK ALL THE TIME has him in their presence again. After a 3 week Hiatus we are out the gates swinging for the fences. Please don't miss this episode as we bring it to you raw and hard as only we do. Real Talk brings you Corruption in the Ranks of the penal system. As always we will bring you the latest Sports, Entertainment, and Politics. Join us Tuesday!! Yes we are back!!! The call in is 347-637-3010. www.realtalkallthetime.com Give us your show ideas and suggestions. Real Talk All the Time!!!!
On a brand new episode of Hashtag Sports, the Crew continues with their Buffalo Breakdown 10 Part Series with the Safety Position. When the questions of the offensive line and the quarterback subside, the next question will be the back end of Dennis Thurman's defense. Da'Norris Searcy is a Titan, so waht will the Bills do to address this need? The Crew has their take, but what do the fans think about the safety position?
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A report and comments on events and a rally supporting Prineville PD and safe parks in Prineville, Oregon. Join us as we explore what can be done to keep our parks safe for the families and children they are intended for.
Survey's of the parks in recent days indicate that many people use our parks and that there are many different experiences and interactions at these parks. A great community effort is in the process of assuring the best possible experience for all park users.
It was also very clear that our County Park and Recreation Department work had to provide clean facilities and beautiful areas for our use.
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