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Well, the Iowa Caucuses are finally over. And Matt-Man and Jayman are here to provide you with the best and most in depth analysis of not just the caucus results, but of Iowa itself. We'll cover the good, the bad, the ugly and the sexy when it comes to Iowa, or as we like to call it "East Nebraska." And, of course we might meander off into other areas such as the NFL playoffs as we do tend to get a little distracted from time to time. So, join us and even call in and let us know what you think of the Iowa Caucuses and Iowa itself! We're gonna have a real good time.
Willard Romney won the Iowa GOP caucus by just 8 votes.
The race had shaped up as a two-way dead heat between Romney and Rick Santorum with Iowa GOP chairman Strawn announcing Romney’s victory shortly after 1:30 a.m. The final vote total for Romney was 30,015 to Santorum’s 30,007. Total votes cast: 122,255.
The Iowa caucuses delivered a virtual tie for first place between Romney and Santorum, with Romney ahead by just eight votes.Politico
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Jim Cullen, editor of The Progress Populist talks about the Iowa caucuses and the prospects for the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries with Vicki N. Jim and Vicki both grew up in Iowa and continue to follow politics there; Jim from Texas and Vicki in Greece. Both are on the Progrssive Populist end of the Democratic Party spectrum. Jim has his finger on the pulse of local, state and national politics as well as being able to explain the history of politics in the USA and in the progressive populist movements.
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Tonight’s show will feature Dr. Sam Clovis.
Sam is an economics professor at Morningside College in Sioux City Iowa, as well as a former GOP Senate candidate and grassroots political activist.
Given Iowa’s prominent role in presidential politics, we will be discussing the 2016 race, as it looks on the ground in that pivotal state.
We will be raising key questions such as, who is currently the most viable candidate in the race, and, do conservatives and libertarians have a place at the table?
Which candidate can build the most viable coalition that will appeal to multiple GOP factions, without kowtowing to the Establishment?
We may also have another guest on at 10-00 p.m. CST discussing gay conversion therapy, but that remains to be seen.
As for now, please tune in at 9-00 p.m. CST for a lively discussion with grassroots activist and political observer Sam Clovis.
Our show airs at www.blogtalkradio.com/andrecontroversa, and our call-in number is 914-803-4350.
See ya then.
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This episode of Connect airs on June 3, 2015. It was pre-recorded earlier in the year. Brian MIlford is the Chief Content Officer for The United Methodist Publishing House. He is responsible for books and curriculum for The United Methodist Church. He is a native of Iowa, and has served in a variety of settings before coming to the Publishing House.
Earlier today FIFA President Sepp Blatter announced his resignation despite winning re-election last Friday in the midst of a worldwide scandal story. His successor will not be known until December 2015 at the earliest, but one thing's for certain: Blatter had to go. The Chicago Bulls announced today their hiring of Fred Hoiberg as the team's next head coach. How will his tenure with the Bulls go compared to Tom Thibodeau? Should Bulls fans expect greater results or merely happier front office employees? The Chicago Blackhawks won 2 elimination games against the Anaheim Ducks and punched their ticket to the Stanley Cup Finals, where they'll face the Tampa Bay Lightning. I've got a series matchup breakdown and my pick to win it all. All this plus your phonecalls @ (347) 327-9183 !
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Decrying big banks as having been behind the financial crisis of 2008, O'Malley singled out Goldman Sachs for particular criticism. He said Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein recently told his employees that "he'd be just fine" with either Republican Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton as president after the November 2016 election.
"Well, I've got news for the bullies of Wall Street," O'Malley said. "The presidency is not a crown to be passed back and forth by you between two royal families." Reuters
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