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With the Indiana, Alabama and North Carolina primary election dates just around the corner, it's crunch time to hear from the candidates running in the races connected with those primary dates. We'll hear from 3 candidates for Congress in this Thursday #SocialSpitballShow.
*First up is Justin Kuhnle, running for U.S. Congress in Indiana's 3rd. Justin grew up in Decatur and learned at a young age the great importance of serving others. He became the first in his family to attend college, choosing to become a "Boilermaker" at Purdue University. He is passionate about education & echoes daily,"If you do not learn at least 1 new thing in a day, you wasted a day." Learn about Mr. Kuhnle's wide range of solutions at the top of the 7pm EST hour: http://www.kuhnleforcongress.com/
*Next up will is a brave and smart man, Erick Wright, who seeks to serve Alabama's 2nd District seat in the U.S. Congress. As he campaigns around Alabama, he's asked the tough questions. To "'Bama or Auburn?" he responds, "Go Trojans!! (He played football for Troy U.)" Smart man. As his Facebook site puts it, "Erick is ready to adequately express the pains and tribulations that many of us may experience...as tax payers. He is an advocate for the struggles and upward climbs that some upper class citizens may never experience." Catch him just after 7:30pm EST: https://www.facebook.com/Justthinkwright
*Our final Congressional candidate is a down-East Tarheel seeking the Democratic nomination to replace outgoing "Blue Dog" Rep. Mike McIntyre. Walter Martin is one of two Democrats on the May 6 primary ballot. On his website, Martin posits the question, "Servant or Politician. There is a difference?" Catch Martin just after 8pm EST: http://www.waltermartinforcongress.com/
Mike Silva and Joe Buono talk to Erik Boland of Newsday about what he believes Brian Cashman can do to improve the Yankees roster. Justin Termine of Sirius-XM gives us an early NBA recap. The guys talk about Tom Coughlin and what to look for the remainder of the Giants season.
The ArmChair Quarterbacks come your way every Saturday morning to start your football weekend off right! Sports writer Mac Magee anchors a group of MLB, NFL and NCAA football experts from around the country. From SEC to Big Ten, the Florida State Seminoles to Notre Dame, American League to Natonal League, NFC to AFC and Rory Mcilroy to Tony Stewart, we've got you covered. So, crack open your favorite beverage, join in and get rowdy with us every Saturday morning 10:30am ET/ 9:30 am CT - til' kickoff of the first games.... Sports talk with the people, for the people, and by the people....CALL IN and be heard: 347-857-2137 Youcan also find us on Facebook at 'The ArmChair Quarterbacks Mac Magee Sports Page' facebook page. Follow us on Twitter @_MacMagee
Welcome to Pushing Buttons where your thoughts do appease us and are wanted! Join us every Friday night 11PM EST/ 8PM PST as your co-hosts Sambone and JPG bring you a variety of topics in the sports world and beyond. Plus, be entertained by several of our co-hosts, including Wassel,Derek 'D-Flex' Felix, Rob 'Kraze' Davis, Justin 'JNF' Felix and George Brew from The What's Brewin Radio Network!
And of course, your calls are ALWAYS welcome!
5 Teams are in and 4 are trying to hold on to their playoff spot and well then there is Suckit. El Commish Chris and Bye Week manager Justin will tell you all that was in Week 11 and all that will be in Week 12. It may take these next two weeks to totally develop the playoff picture.
Today we will talk about the aspects of a proactive mindset. Being proactive is an important part of creating and maintaining success. It requires us to balance and make room for both urgent and important activities in our lives and businesses in order to achieve growth. You have heard it before, if we aren’t growing we are dying.
Managing risk is also part of that mindset. Managing risk supports us in managing uncertainly, which can be a great source of fear for many people. When our emotional response is high, our ability to access our intellect is low. Managing risk helps us to manage our emotional responses and create a solid and effective plan.
Today we will be talking to experts in a proactive mindset and due diligence that helps us to manage risk.
This weeks Guests: Justin and Tonya Recla
Both Justin and Tonya have more than 10 years experience in military in security and intelligence. They are both communications experts with expertise in tactical questioning, surveillance and specialized investigative techniques.
They bring their skills from the military sector and they deliver these skills to the boardroom to help businesses protect their two most valuable assets: Time and Money.
Justin and Mike laugh about how the tomato (Andy Reid) is still making the same mistakes that cost him his job in Philly
Delanie Walker says Eagles defense can be had
Sanchez must redeem himself.
Flyers talk - 4 game losing streak
Favorite tailgate food.
Week 12 Fantasy football
Steve Dolan - Whizwitsports.com @ 12:10
Jeff Warren - PhiladelphiaSportsTable.com @ 12:30
Mike Pantaleone - BrokenBellPhilly.com @ 1:00
CJ Burns - BuzzonBroad.com @ 1:20
Jason Drohn has been marketing online for 8 years, working with hundreds of businesses and thousands of entrepreneurs through his courses and done-for-you services. He’s best know for his ‘quickest path to cash’ strategies where he cuts years of testing and development out of his client’s lives, and delivers sales funnels that are both automated and profitable
Asher Fox a Subconscious Behaviorist, Cognitive Behavioral Coach, and Clinical Hypnotherapist, specialized in helping those who suffer from being chronically overweight heal the subconscious issues that drive them to eat emotionally as well as working with singles to break free from unhealthy relationship patterns that leave them feeling alone and unfulfilled
Justin Rohner has been helping people around the world grow their own healthy, fresh foods at home for more than 25 years. He is an, educator, an artist, and entrepreneur who developed the core Agriscaping technologies that are re-defining how we use our landscapes and making locally sustainable agriculture both possible and universally scalable
Danielle Kunkle founding partner of Boomer Benefits, an agency specializing in Medicare-related insurance products . Over the years, she and her agency have helped tens of thousands of people with Medicare. Boomer Benefits is a recognized national top producer with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna and several other major insurance companies, and they have 20 full-time licensed insurance agents working every day to assist Medicare beneficiaries
Dr. Carole Lieberman well known psychiatrist with bestselling relationship books
Justin Czerwonka, Matt Harrak & Heather Miller preview the 2014 WWE Survivor Series, gives their predicitions and present their own "dream" 5-man Survivor Series team.
I’m a certified peer support specialist for people with disabilties and a multiple brain injury and aneurysm survivor as well as a survivor of several related operations and procedures. Together, I hope we can bridge the gap to inclusion for everyone with all types of disabilities and that you will be willing to call in and share your stories and ideas on The Empowerment Zone with Les Paul!
I work for a Center for Independent Living which are community-based, cross-disability, non-profit organizations that is designed and operated by people with disabilities. CILs are unique in that they operate according to a strict philosophy of consumer control, wherein people with all types of disabilities directly govern and staff the organization. Centers for Independent Living Provide:
Information and Referral
Individual and Systems Advocacy
Independent Living Skills Training
The Empowerment Zone is a place for all people with any type of disability to come and learn and find common ground and solutions to help empower people with disabilities to find their inner strengths.
This is a positive show based on the IL philosophy which is independent living for all people wishing to better their lives by learning to take charge of their destiny and living their dreams through the independent living movement. Two years ago I came up with the concept for the Empowerment Zone after also hosting on the brain injury radio network show Dream Catchers for over three years now as well.
Not only is the independent living movement very cool, but it’s a way of thinking differently with a disability with bold ideas and a brave new future using the core services of Iindependent Living. If you would like to call in and talk dial 424-243-9540 and press one if you’d like to speak because that shows me your hand is up!
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his take on the mega contract signed by Giancarlo Stanton in Miami, the Russell Martin to Toronto signing, and Jason Heyward being traded to the Cardinals.
At 9:05 PM ET, Ricky will be joined by Brendan Kuty, who covers the Yankees for NJ Advance Media and the Star-Ledger. Ricky and Brendan will discuss whether or not the Yankees will sign Max Scherzer, who they should keep among Chase Headley, Brandon McCarthy, and David Robertson as well as what fans should keep an eye on when the Winter Meetings begin in a couple of weeks.
Then, at 9:30 PM ET, Sean Sylver, the co-editor for BoSox Injection, joins the show to discuss what's going on with the Red Sox. Will Jon Lester make a return to Beantown? What are the chances the team trades for Cole Hamels? Finally, will Pablo Sandoval be manning third base in Boston?
At the end of the show, we will re-air the exclusive interview that Ricky did with the newest member of the Yankees' bullpen, Justin Wilson, that aired on Monday.
As always, you can interact with the show at anytime by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow!
What’s Blogging Got To Do With It? I'm Jennifer Perry, entertainment publicist and owner of Lone Wolf Communications, LLC. Every week I share all sorts of ways in which authors can promote their books and themselves.
The author’s platform helps them bond with their audience and build a relationship. Blogging is a strong way to do this for many reasons. Your readers enjoy feeling a connection with you and leaving comments for you. They also like knowing any updates on your publishing dates, television or radio appearances and live events where they can see you.
If you are identified strongly with a particular genre of literature the opportunity to connect on a grand scale with fans and other writers is out of this world.
It is a pleasure to have two special guests on this show. A woman who is a writer, editor, publisher, reader, and – yes, there’s more – blogger of The Horrifically Horrifying Horror Blog. Emma Audsley is also a reviewer for The British Fantasy Society.
Emma's colleague Justin Steele, writer and editor of The Arkham Digest, has frighteningly useful tips on blogging for authors. Justin also had this to share with listeners. "Thank you very much for listening! If you have a penchant for the dark, the unexplained, and the numinous, I invite you to join me over on my blog, The Arkham Digest, and help me explore the best that weird fiction has to offer."
This will be a great show, though I’m wondering if I should have some spooky sounds, screams, groans, or a bit of Bach’s toccata and fugue in Dm to help Emma feel at home.