• 01:08

    Jojo Moyes, Jillian Cantor, Katharine Britton & more

    in Books

    It's a mix of emerging authors and fan favorites; history re-imagined and an exploration of contemporary life. Join us for conversations with:
    Jojo Moyes on The Girl You Left Behind Jillian Cantor on Margot Katharine Britton on Little Island Ursula DeYoung on Shorecliff Listeners will have the chance to win copies of Margot and Little Island.

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    Raising Private Capital - How to Stay SEC Compliant with Jillian Sidoti

    in Real Estate

    TODAY WE HAVE AS A SPECIAL GUEST JILLIAN SIDOTI - She has a wealth of knowledge about how investors can legally raise private money for their real estate transactions. Listen as Jasmine Willois interviews one of the most respected attorneys in the Real Estate Investment industry.


    Jillian Sidoti specializes in transactional legal matters such as private placement memorandums, Form 10′s, S-1′s, Regulation D filings, trademarks, copyrights, NDA’s, and contractual matters. Jillian also spends her time speaking at seminars educating real estate investors on how to legally raise capital for their real estate investment projects.


    Prior to her legal career, Jillian owned and operated a record label enabling her to tour worldwide with artists, including visiting South Africa, Canada, Europe, and the United States. Using that experience, Jillian has been commissioned to write articles and contracts for many music industry entities.


    Currently, Jillian teaches Finance and Accounting for the BS and MBA programs at the University of Redlands, drawing on her experience as Financial Analyst, Controller, and CFO for many companies from manufacturing to real estate development. Jillian also teaches a Small Business Management class where students are taught the anatomy of a business plan.


    GUEST CONTACT INFORMATION:


    Jillian Sidoti
    Attorney, Author, Public Speaker, Teacher
    (323) 799-1342
    Jillian@SyndicationLawyers.com

  • 00:31

    Change Already with Jillian, Guest: Prancercise, Joanne Rohrback

    in Lifestyle

    Overnight sensation, Joanna Rohrback galloped on the scene as the new exercise trend, Prancercise, and went viral with a blaze recieving over 9 million views on the internet in 2013, making the rounds of news and talk shows, and the subject of countless parodies.


    Jillian welcomes the opportunity to talk with the “Prancing Lady” and examine, not only the tenets of her exercise program and how she feels about her 2013 success, but what the future holds for Joanna Rohrback, and where she’s headed with all this steam in the Year of the Horse!


    2014 couldn’t be more aptly named for Prancercise considering past shows where Jillian speaks about the Year of the Horse as being the year to expect more in the physical realm, not only embracing more physicality, but also embracing more playfulness. Prancercise is poised to do it all!


     

  • 01:39

    Christian Right, Eric Cantor and Wall Street, and the Second Amendment (9.4.14)

    in Politics Conservative

    Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, and his co-host, Chappy, take on the serious issues of the day. This is where freedom and the Constitution live! They discuss the following:


    1. What is the "Christian Right" anyways? Shane talks about the "Christian Right Wrong" and the "Christian Right Right." 


    2. Eric Cantor is leaving Congress for a better paying job on Wall Street. Good for him and for us!


    3. Americans fear that the federal government will continue to enact unconstitutional gun measures via legislation and executive edict. A few sheriffs are making clear what will and won't happen if the federal government tries to enforces these gun-grabbing laws. 


    4. What is nullification anyways? 


    5. What can you do in the fight for freedom and America?

  • 00:45

    The Rise and Fall of Eric Cantor

    in Politics

    Cantor’s role as Obama’s nemesis, as the National Review recently dubbed him, is remarkable for several reasons—none more so than the fact that, although he’s now the darling of the tea party, he initially rose to power in Washington by standing for almost everything the tea party is against.Jason Zengerle New York Magazine


     Eric Cantor, "widely presumed to be the next GOP Speaker of the House," the most powerful man in Washington. The magazine explain the honor by saying:The Republican whom Democrats — especially Obama — hate most. The Virginia Congressman masterminded, and then masterfully carried out, the GOP's strategy of legislative intransigence that has stymied the White House these past three years. In the process, he imposed his will on all of Washington, refashioning the city into a hyperpartisan capital of gridlock.GQ


     

  • 00:57

    Down goes Cantor!

    in Politics Progressive

    On the June 11th, 2014 episode of Liberal Dan Radio: 


    Back from vacation and so much to discuss. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed a bill into law that seeks to retroactively strip the ability of local flood protection agencies to sue oil companies for damage done to the flood protection system by their drilling processes. So much for the free market. This smells more like protectionism. I will go into why this is a bad idea and why this decision is similar to what happened in Oklahoma .


    Louisiana also embarassed itself by requiring doctors to keep a dying pregnant woman alive, despite any advance directives, in order to allow her to be a breeding vessel. I will briefly cover this and the other law that required doctors to have admitting privileges in nearby hospitals.


    But the main point of discussion this week will be the stunning loss of Eric Cantor, House Majority Leader, in a primary election. All through my attempts to push the #RetakeCongress I have said that no election should be taken for granted. I have discussed the desire of the media to mock underfunded candidates in order to prove that money is needed to win elections (specifically money to buy their advertising). I have discussed why it is vital to get out and vote in every election. Cantor losing puts a huge exclamation point and should clearly show why it is vital to not sit at home on election day.


    Those issues, headlines, tweet of the week and more at 8pm Central on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right.


    If you are listening after the live broadcast, you may make comments at liberaldan.com.

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    Radio After Dark: Jillian Janson the Barely Legal Starlet

    in Entertainment

    This episode we have Jillian Janson and she's ready to rock the world of adult entertainment, Jillian wants you to know she is the starlet to watch! Raised in the midwest in a household of strong women, she was never shy about her sexuality. Growing up in a conservative area where anything sexual was ignored, Jillian found her lusty urges frowned upon. Exploring her budding sexuality, and loving every minute of it, she pushed on through her teenage years feeling awkward in her skin for wanting to express herself creatively and sexually. Turning to adult entertainment as a mentor, Jillian honed a refined sense of her sexual prowess at a young age, turning the growing murmurs of her peers into a positive catalyst for her growing desire to explore the adult industry.

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    Ace Micheals interviews cantor Rachel Goldman

    in Entertainment

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