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In this special edition, Lizz Winstead and KC Boyd discuss KC's new novel novel Being Christian.
The book tells the story of a larger-than-life, yet familiar, character from his crime-ridden beginnings to the peak of his political influence in post-9/11 America.
Not since Elmer Gantry has a novel so exposed the religious flim-flammery and hypocrisy that threaten to tear apart the American social and political fabric. Being Christian is a quintessentially American story, based on the ideologies and personalities that make the news every day with their challenges to the Constitutional religious/political divide.
LIzz and KC make several references to C Street. See Jeff Sharlet's C Street for more.
Lizz Winstead, co-founder and producer of The Daily Show, comedian and author of Lizz Free or Die joins us to talk about Elizabeth Warren, political literacty and the critical role Twitter plays in all our lives. She tweets as @lizzwinstead
Women Who Have Led Intriguing Lives is the subject of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Wednesday, April 17, 3 pm ET when Halli welcomes three fascinating women of substance: Lizz Winstead, Lila Garrett and Cynthia Helms.
Lizz Winstead is one of the giants of American comedy, a woman who has had an enormous influence on today's popular culture. She dreamed up a new satirical genre on television when she created The Daily Show in 1996. She was a co-founder of the Air America radio network, and gave Rachel Maddow her first national audience. The woman is amazing, as is her book Lizz Free or Die, the paperback edition out May 7th.
From wartime England to Nixon’s America and beyond, Cynthia Helms was witness to some of the seminal moments of our time. She had a front row seat as the wife of Richard M. Helms, the director of intelligence for the United States. Her supporting cast: Nancy and Ronald Reagan, Sandra Day O’Conner, Kay Graham, Pamela Harriman the Shah of Iran, Paul McCartney, her life story chronicled in her candid new memoir, An Intriguing Life.
Lila Garrett, Emmy award-winning writer, director, and producer has lent her prodigious talents to television since her tenure as an interviewer on the early 1960s Johnny Carson–hosted game show Who Do You Trust?. In the years that followed, she has written for such programs as Bewitched, All in the Family, Maude, Get Smart, Diff’rent Strokes, and The Nanny, My Favorite Martian, The Courtship of Eddie’s Father. Barbra Streisand’s political firebrand Katie in the classic film The Way We Were was inspired by the politically-minded Garrett currently the host of the radio program Connect the Dots for the Pacifica Network.
Tune in to The Halli Casser-Jayne Show for Talk Radio for Fine Minds.
This weeks show is just chock full o' progressive goodness!
Allie McNeil interviews Lizz Winstead live! She will joining us to talk about her Planned Parenthood tour and her new book!
Waiting for Karl Rove writers Kat Nove and Jeni Decker join us to tell us if he finally showed up!
Momma Politico talks with the makers of the documentary "Default -The student Loan Documentary" From their site: As The National Consumer Law Center concluded in their March 2008 report titled “Paying The Price: The High Cost of Private Student Loans and the Dangers for Student Borrowers”, there are ominous signs that “the student loan market is headed for the same fate as the subprime mortgage industry .”
Sunday Shout Outs.. somebody is gonna win a t-shirt! This week I decided to let the twitterverse pick one of our Shout outs... The other two are being carefully decided upon right now!
Mike Brown Demonstrators, Tear Gassed, Told Not to protest after sundown in Ferguson Mo. & White Reporters Arrested
Missourians discuss the Gassing of "Mike Brown's Peaceful Protestors", the arrest of the journalists and the Ban on Protest after Sundown. Timothy Gist ( was detained in Ferguson), Preston Washington (A retired African American Kansas City Mo. Officer) Gary Jenkins (Retired White Police officer/ Lawyer ) and Jackie Washington.
Gov. Jay Nixon of Missouri moved to restore calm after the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager by a police officer led to several nights of unrest, which were met with tear gas and rubber bullets.
At a news conference, Mr. Nixon said that Captain Johnson an African American of the Missouri State Highway Patrol would take over security responsibilities in Ferguson from the St. Louis County police,
THE RACHEL MADDOW SHOW August 13, 2014
RYAN J. REILLY, THE HUFFINGTON POST: Evidently, I was not moving quickly
enough for their effort them to like. And at which point I was given a
countdown. I was told I had, you know, 45 seconds, 30 seconds to pack up
all my stuff and leave. I was then -- when I -- basically, he then
arrested me. My, you know, the worst part was, he slams my head against the glass purposely
on the way out of the McDonald`s and sarcastically apologized for it.
LIZZ BROWN, ATTORNEY/COLUMNIST, ST. LOUIS AMERICAN:
My sense is that -- well, if we start with talking about just that
direction, that protesters are not supposed to assemble after dark. And it`s baffling because how do the police officers explain
themselves in terms of -- what, you can`t do your job at night? Police
officers can`t work at night?
6/21 Netroots Day 2: Cliff Schecter, Ari Berman, Ryan Grim, Amanda Terkel, Lizz Winstead & Much More
On today’s extended show from Netroots Nation: Think Progress’s Matt Duss, explained the roots of Turkey’s protest movement, and what a progressive foreign policy. Cliff Schecter, explained why Netroots its no longer an insurgency, Immigration reform maybe closer to passing … Continue reading →
There are those that believe music has become too accessible, and is therefore a perfect storm for artistic mediocrity. There are even ramblings music has become "dumbed down." In the music sphere, there is unequivocal evidence we are increasingly moving away from "real music." Echoing elements of Jazz, Soul, and Gospel music, Temika Moore is a well-blended musical cocktail for those thirsty for "real music." With a fresh approach, she is unapologetic in the use of various sounds and styles providing for a soulfully original experience.
Born and raised in the rich musical legacy of Philadelphia, Temika attended the Philadelphia High School for Creative & Performing arts where she choraled the halls with fellow industry mates Boyz II Men, Amel Larrieux, Christian McBride, Lizz Fields, Mark Nelson, Joey DeFrancesco, Amhir "?uestlove" Thompson, Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter, Karen Slack and Tamika Patton. Shortly after graduating from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore where she received the first Ella Fitzgerald music scholarship award, Temika further developed her sound performing at numerous venues in the Washington, DC area and abroad.
Temika Moore is regarded by many as a vocal virtuoso sharing the title with powerhouses Rachelle Ferrell, Ledisi, Maysa, Lizz Wright, Carol Riddick and Lalah Hathaway. Considered under-the-radar of mainstream celebrity culture, those that have discovered Temika’s body of work consider themselves to be among an exclusive group of music aficionados. She has shared the stage with Will Downing, Roy Ayers, Marcus Johnson and the late Stanley Turrentine. She has also opened for KEM, Ledisi, Dwele, Conya Doss, Cassandra Wilson, Najee, Pieces of a Dream, Melba Moore and Jean Carne. If any of these illuminated artists are one of your desert island picks, make room for Temika Moore. http://temikamoore.com/
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Lizz Robbins (@Lizzs_Lockeroom) is an actress, model, sports expert... this beautiful woman is the total package. Besides Twitter, you can find her stuff at LizzModel.Com. Huge Knicks fan as well as a big Washington Redskins fan.
A. We get to know Lizz.
B. Her reaction to Derek Fisher going to the Knicks.
C. Not so much of a reaction to the other (rebuilding) teams getting new coaches.
D. Donald Sterling suing the NBA. Or maybe not. Or maybe he is.
E. Finals talk.
F. Finally, we reminisce about 90s R&B.
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The High School Player Development is part of the National Football League’s Football Operations Department headed by Executive Vice President Ray Anderson. The NFL realizes that teaching young people has to be more than just football.
The high school player development program aims to develop productive members of society as well as good football players. We use the newest techniques and instruction from a wide range of colleges and look to constantly improve the fundamentals of the game.
The program was started in 2001 to aid in the development of inner-city and underserved areas to develop their football programs and players. It began in New York City with four sites and has grown each year to its current size of over 150 sites nationwide.
The NFL does not believe that every student athlete that goes through the HSPD program will play in the NFL, but we know that we are making better firemen, better doctors, better parents and better overall citizens.
In 2009, the NFL and The National Guard teamed up through the HSPD program to build stronger communities that create opportunities for all individuals and families to succeed. We've continued to improve the program by adding safety components such as the CDC's "Heads Up" concussion safety component in order to increase awareness of concussions by players, coaches and parents as well as working to prevent them in the future.
The program is run out of the NFL League Office located in Manhattan, NY and is directed by Jerry Horowitz. The program has 12 Regional Directors that work with high school coaches and administrators to determine camp locations for communities in need of quality football instruction and character development guidance.
NEXT ON "LADIES TELL ALL SHOW" Thursday May 29th @9:00pm est/6:00pm pst/7:00pm cst Hosted By Cassie Gainey & Jennah Simpkins The Dynamic Duo is back! with Serious EMPOWERMENT, POSITIVITY, ENCOURAGEMENT and lots of LAUGHTER! Along with our Special Guest Lizz Goins Turner and some of the Cast members from the Hit Stage Play "It Won't Happen AGAIN" in the "LADIES TELL ALL STUDIO" TALKING about this AWESOME Stage Play........and did you know that they were coming to Washington DC? Stay tune for more details you don't want to miss out! Join us via chat room at www.blogtalkradio.com/ladiestellall To Listen in to the show DIAL 805-727-7101 if you have questions for our guest CALL IN @805-727-7101 & press 1
Our guest this morning is Liz Griggs. Liz is the General Manager of the Manhattan Village Shopping Center.
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Liz will explain to us how the Chamber can assist businesses when they have to make a presentation before the City Council.
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