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Sarb Nam Kaur will talk to us about the New Mexico State Legislature, how our government works and her position as "House Reader". Listen, call in, join the discussion!
Would creating 12,000 small neighborhood legislative districts make govt run more efficiently or expand it even worse than it is now? John Cox joins Joe to discuss. Listen in and see what you think. It's a Proposition on the Nov 2013 ballot!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately? There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective. Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting. But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree! If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
Laura Hausladen and Doreen Hannes join us tonight for an educational episonde. Diehl or No Diehl. Several thousand liberty loving patriot groups will be contacting their representatives about the possibility of choosing another Speaker. Join us tonight to find out why. Care about Common Core? Medicaid expansion? Agenda 21 in Missouri? Transparent elections? Voter ID? Aticle V Convention of States? You want to catch this show! It might be time for your representative to risk "political suicide" to side with liberty, State Sovereignty, and the people of Missouri. Catch this episode live by clicking the attached link. Join us and participate on the studio hotline at 347-677-1835. Great episode. Don't be late.
We had technical difficulties outside our studio last night, so that show terminated at minute 32. We apologize for the inconvenience to both our listeners and guests. We will strive to get Bob Parker back next weekend along with Mike Moon on the veto session and Rick Vandeven, Libertarian for Mo8.
Texas Bankers Association president and CEO Eric Sandberg, general counsel John Heasley and assistant general counsel Celeste Embrey recap the Texas Tour, TBA's biennial pre-session event. They'll discuss what suggestions bankers elicitied on what they'd like to see the Legislature do to help the banking industry next session. Latresa Powell of the Texas Bankers Insurance Agency answers the question of the week, "My property has been damaged by a storm — what do I do next?"
Tuesday New 'The Business of Injustice' - SB Barber Morning Show & The Crew Elder Devin 'D' Miller & VJ Smith with guest Neva Walker (CA) talk about her recent trip to Ferguson. Neva is a long-time youth worker, community organizer and political leader from Minneapolis who relocated to the Bay Area five years ago. At age 28, Neva was the first African American woman elected to the Minnesota Legislature in the state’s history. She ran a precedent-setting grassroots election campaign that involved young people of color at every level of leadership. She was chair of the Mental Health Committee. In 2011, Neva became Executive Director of Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth in San Francisco and also, also the Executive Director of their sister organization, Coleman Action Fund.
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Memory specialist, neurologist, and director of the Taste and Smell Disorder Clinic in Lakeway, TX, Dr. Ronald Devere, will be back to join us in the "studio" to talk about taste and smell disorders. Joining Dr. Devere will be Marjorie Calvert, of the Four Seasons Hotel, Austin, and Food Consultant at the Taste and Smell Disorders Clinic. Dr. Devere and Marjorie Calvert are co-authors of, "Navigating Smell and Taste Disorders."
Art Mendoza, Producer of this show, will be talking about the play he is developing, "Backwards On Purpose," and what's new with this show! ALSO, we'll hear some his new music.
Betty Streckfuss of the Texas Silver Haired Legislature joins us to talk about Medicare Open Enrollment and Medicare Awareness Week.
And more about MINDFULNESS!
Controversial, thought-provoking debates, lectures and authors going beyond the Sunday sport spectacles and religious services.
A rumor exists there will be more “debates.” Maybe by then people won’t be forced to buy carnival tickets to witness what should be accessible and in the public domain.
Take a quick poll of your neighbors; ask if any listened to the gubernatorial and senatorial candidates’ “debates” as staged at the Kansas state fair last Saturday.
We live in a time where every distracted electronic screen grazing person should have access from portable telephones, homes and public libraries to these “debates.”
Yet, every election cycle, as shameless gangsters the manipulators of public opinion put in the "fix." The ringmasters can be seen shoveling stupidity, handing out tee-shirts with pulled pork sandwiches, the better to produce imbeciles.
Rumor of more “debates” do not allow for less gaseous innuendo belching from the mouths of Gov. Sam Brownback and Sen. Pat Roberts, as heard in Hutchison.
Brownback and Roberts blame the black president or Harry Reid at every opportunity, and yell “Big Government” when the numbers don’t work out.
They and a majority in the state legislature are using what Bush #41 called “voodoo economics” to drive the Great Cornpone Revolution.
Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show
Special Guest: Annamarie Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), Executive Director of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council
Show Topic: Host and guest discuss their Native identity, what is currently happening in the Minnesota state legislature, and the importance of all the work of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council on behalf of all American Indian people in Minnesota.
Featured Song: "Dancing Feathers" by Brule at Mount Rushmore, South Dakota
Host/Producer: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan)
Airing Saturday 9/13/14 at 11:30 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio
Join News Director Rick Spisak with this weeks guests:
PNN's Guests this week:
Special Report from State Representative and Democratic Leader Mark Pafford
He will discuss the NOT-SO-SPECIAL "Special Session" and what passes for Reform
in the Republic controlled Legislature.
Mohammed Malik from Students for Justice for Palestine to discuss the ongoing efforts
for Peace and Stability in Palestine and Israel.
Steve Horn from DeSmog Blog Environmental Journalist
Luis Cuevas - Progressive Push
And we are trying to arrange for some reports from the Mid-East
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Solidarity & Peace
Rick Spisak, News Director
Program Schedule 10 SEPT 2014 Saturday, 06 Aug. 2014, Kansas State Fairgrounds, Hutchinson. Early press reports before the two debates had MSNBC, CNN and Kansas news satellite trucks lined up behind the arena where the debate was staged. Print media from most area daily newspapers were sighted along with a reporter from the WALL STREET JOURNAL. A record 2,500 maximum capacity crowd assembled with many others standing, blocks of yellow and red tee-shirts were in the audience; signifying Brownback and public school teachers respectively.
An unedited recording of the "lively" first hour debate with Gov. Sam Brownback and Rep. Paul Davis is in the first hour.
A rumor exists there will be more “debates.” Maybe by then people won’t be forced to buy carnival tickets to witness what should be accessible and in the public domain. Take a quick poll of your neighbors; ask if any listened to the gubernatorial and senatorial candidates’ “debates” as staged at the Kansas state fair last Saturday. We live in a time where every distracted electronic screen grazing person should have access from portable telephones, homes and public libraries to these “debates.” They and a majority in the state legislature are using what Bush #41 called “voodoo economics” to drive the Great Cornpone Revolution. I predict the next “debates” in Hutchinson will require chicken wire fences erected on the stage to stop the rain of rotten eggs, tomatoes and cabbages. The state fair will be more akin to a cheap, greasy Texas honky-tonk franchise by then. We should be convening debates in Topeka's garishly gilded legislative chambers, to witness our candidates in contest where taxpayers spent nearly $400 million in renovations. The place is wired for sound, the internet and only seasonally used. - Radio Free Kansas
Join my conversation with Ray LeBov, Owner of Ray LeBov & Associates.
Mr. LeBov founded Ray LeBov & Associates, a leading California contract lobbying and consulting organization based in Sacramento. Its services include strategic consulting in lobbying the California legislature and regulatory agencies; private coaching in governmental advocacy for individuals and small groups; assistance in hiring and training new staff; and legislative advocacy. Advocacy clients have included, among many others, the California Appellate Defense Counsel and the Federal Prison Healthcare Receiver.
The company also offers custom training in the legislative process and governmental advocacy to companies, public agencies, trade unions, public interest groups, and other private sector or nonprofit organizations that prefer to host and train their staff and members on-site.
Since 2007, Mr. LeBov has also served as President of the Association for Professional Basketball Research (APBR). He also publishes the blog Basketball Intelligence, a daily digest of the best writing about professional basketball.
He has also been a featured columnist on lobbying for Capitol Weekly.
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The Midwest is increasingly becoming a more attractive place to make movies. That's right! Another movie, about, filmed in, created by midwesterners opens the show, tonight. Ted Trent, creator of "Belleville the Movie," and co-stars Tim O'Leary and Cooper Shaw join us to tell about this movie premiering next week in Wherenberg Theaters, and another project on the not so distant horizon.
How does the current drug culture affect you, personally? Tonight, my good friend, Joe Richardson tells his story of how he was touched by the drug culture, how it changed his family, forever, and how it motivated him to fight back against it. Very powerful! You don't want to miss this.
Tom Martz, of the Locke & Smith Foundation gives us a quick rundown of what we can expect in the upcoming Missouri Veto Session.
We go live at 7PM/CST, but you can always listen to the podcast any time, so don't miss this show.
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