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Welcome to the twelfth episode of the Freedom Caucus Arizona summer vacation series.
Navajo County, Arizona will be the focus of this episode. One or two libertarian curious people from Navajo County have been contacted as possible guests. We may talk a little bit about two Libertarian Party write-in candidates for Maricopa County, Becca Kielsky for Assessor and Skyler Farr for Clerk of Superior Court.
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In early April, 52 year old Steve Utash suffered a brutal beating at the hand of as many as 11 or more people, after he stopped to help an 10 year old boy that darted out into traffic and was struck by his truck. The 10 year old suffered a broken foot, needed a few stitches and is expected to make a full recovery. Mr. Utash was hospitalized for more than six weeks, part of which time was spent in critical condition and being placed into a medically induced coma for 10 days. Currently, Mr. Utash still suffers from brain injuries that prevent him from driving to work or make financial decisions on his own. So far, five suspects have been convicted for their part in the beating. One of the assailants, 19 year old Latrez Cummings, stated that not having a father present in his life was a major factor contributing to his bad decision making skills. The Judge’s response, “…someone to discipline you. Someone to beat the hell out of you when you made a mistake, as opposed to allowing you or encouraging you to do it to somebody else.” led to a heated exchange with the assistant prosecutor. She argued that there are numerous households headed by single mothers with young black male children and not having a father present is no excuse for this type of behavior. The exchange between the judge and assistant prosecutor raises the question. Does having a father present make a difference in a young man’s life or is there more to it than just having a daddy that will “beat the hell out you when you make a mistake?” Join us, as we search the Holy Bible for answers to this question and more.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steven, Brad, Clint and Stu Ovens from Creekside Entertainment are proud to announce their very first on-location episode will be held Tuesday July 22nd from 5pm-6:30pm right on the midway of the Yates County Speedway. They will get you set for the Big Block/Small Block Shootout taking place that night at the Dundee, NY oval and will tell you who all the major players will be that night.
This LIVE remote is brought to you by the official DJ and Photo Booth of Turn 5 LIVE- Creekside Entertainment. They are found online at www.creeksideentertainmentdj.com
Welcome to Speak the WORD Broadcast. Today's Teaching:
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Join The Arc of Luzerne County for an exciting conversation with award winning Drummer/Author/Educator Pat Gesualdo, pioneer of groundbreaking techniques of Drum Therapy,® and celebrated non-profit organization D.A.D. (Drums and Disabilities).
D.A.D. was launched in 2004, as a special education program in New York City and New Jersey school systems. Psychologists, neuroscientists, teachers, law enforcement agencies, child protective agencies, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and behavioral therapists in over 15 countries, use Gesualdo’s revolutionary Drum Therapy techniques in schools, mental health facilities, hospitals, and therapy centers. This effort helps disabled children and adults develop physical and cognitive functioning.
In June 2014, Governor Christie signed Gesualdo’s Legislation into law,. N.J. is the first State to add such additional protection from bullying and discrimination for the disabled population, which Gesualdo wrote to further help disabled children and adults.
Gesualdo has an exclusive Drum Therapy column in Modern Drummer Magazine, and is the author of the groundbreaking drum instruction book Drum Therapy. He holds a Certificate of Music Education, and is certified by the New Jersey Department of Education to provide New Jersey Teachers with their Mandatory CEU credit hours.
Kirk Stange, a Managing Partner of Stange Law Firm, PC, talks about the belief of many that they want a "Pit Bull" divorce or family law attorney. This is based on an article on an article on www.familylawheadquarters.com titled Why You Don't Want A Pit Bull Family Law Attorney.
Stange Law Firm has locations in Missouri and Illinois in St. Louis County, West St. Louis County, St. Charles, Jefferson County, Franklin County, Lincoln County, St. Clair County, Madison County and has two appointment only offices: Monroe County and St. Louis City. You can contact Stange Law Firm and their Divorce Attorneys in Lincoln County, Missouri and Family Lawyers in Lincoln County, Missouri at 314-963-4700.
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Rebroadcast from July 23, 2014. We open with an excerpt of a conversation with Professor KC Williams about a Hate Crime she experienced at Coastal Carolina Community College in Jacksonville, North Carolina. To support: www.gofundme.com/Fight-the-Hate-in-NC
Gerald Lenoir is the founding Executive Director and currently the Co-director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration founded in Oakland in 2006 to support fair and just immigration reform and to bring African Americans together with immigrant communities to fight for social and economic justice. He is a founding steering committee member of the national Black Immigration Network, a co-founder of the Priority Africa Network in Oakland and a board member of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights. www.blackalliance.org
Martha R. Bireda, Ph.D., is the Founder and Executive Director of the Blanchard House Museum of African American History and Culture of Charlotte County (FL). She is Director of the Museum’s Maroon Study Center, and the New Image Project, a project dedicated to positive identity development of youth of color. She is the author of six books including the recent: Obi: Seminole Maroon Freedom Fighter. Dr. Bireda is also an Alternate Commissioner for the Gullah-Geechee Historical Corridor. Visit http://www.maroonconsciousness.com/
Rock County Fair, Day 2: chatted with Allen Jennette about theatre and politics! Super conversation. Peter Severson stopped by, too - he said some very interesting things that really got me thinking about the political process.
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