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Michael Del Rosso
Michael Del Rosso is an accomplished technology executive whose career spans 30 years. He has served as CEO and CTO of large public companies and early stage companies. He is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), past Chairman of the IEEE-USA Critical Infrastructure Protection Committee (CIPC), a 2006 Lincoln Fellow at The Claremont Institute where he is presently Research Fellow in National Security Policy, Senior Fellow for Homeland and National Security at the Center for Security Policy, and has been a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
He has contributed to Department of Defense Critical Infrastructure Protection and information security initiatives, and has designed and implemented technology solutions for the commercial, intelligence, and defense marketplaces.
He has broad technical expertise and fundamental design experience, including issued and pending patents, in the areas of system-of-systems architectures; storage, knowledge, and content management systems design; operating system internals; real-time systems; data communications & telephony; identity management; computer security; disaster recovery; critical infrastructure protection; information warfare and cyber-terrorism.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* A Navy Commander denies his chaplain’s request for a religious accommodation. We interview attorney Michael Berry to ask what laws the Navy is breaking by violating this chaplain’s rights.
* 80,000 Americans have signed a petition in support of Chaplain Wes Modder.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
Assemblies of God Chaplain Lt. Commander Wes Modder is about to be fired from the Navy. This guy is a hero, he’s a SEAL, he’s a Marine. Chaps talks to his lawyer, Michael Berry from Liberty Institute defending is religious freedom.
The legendary John Dolphin, also known as Lovin’ John, was one of the most well respected black businessmen who made his way in the music business in the 1940s and 50s well before Motown ever existed. An independent record label owner and R&B producer, his contributions to the formative years of Rock & Roll are often overlooked. Lovin John, a minimogul who had almost every facet of the record business covered, had taken Los Angeles by storm and brought people of all colors together through music.
Dolphin first entered the Los Angeles music scene as a retailer in 1948, when he opened Dolphin’s of Hollywood, a record store near the corner of Vernon and Central Avenue, the music mecca of the west coast, that would stay open 24 hours a day to cater to the late-shift workforce. The store featured deejays like Huggy Boy and Hunter Hancock broadcasting on the local station of KRKD, in front of the huge, glass window Mr. Dolphin had installed on the face of the store so that people on the outside could see in. Some of the most popular deejays found a home for their art in front of this window, playing for late night crowds of Blacks, Whites, and Latinos alike, who would dance and party together well after dark, until the cops came and shut the parties down.
Chicano Chronicles Host Jacque Del Rio discusses progressive politics, race relations, American politics, Chicano, Hispanic, Latino, African American, issues, racism, abuse, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, racial disparity, justice, law enforcement, American history, society, social change, law enforcement, police, police brutality, community action, community organization, and more!
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EXCLUSIVE EDITION: COASTLINE: Based On The Life Of A Vietnamese Refugee And Her Fight To Survive!
Join us as welcome to the show for the very first time Critically Acclaimed Author, Tim Wilcox as he discusses his new book entitled: Coastline. You will be deeply moved by the compelling tenacity and spirit of resilience of a former Vietnamese Refugee. You do not want to miss!
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One of the brightest young talents in the midwest, Gibson Grey, makes his way to Sign Guy's Wrestling Show along with his manager Michael Mundi. They are gearing up to make a big splash in the brand new World's Finest Wrestling promotion. Find out what they might have in store for getting Mr. Grey to the top of the company.
America’s healthcare system has been in a downward spiral for years, and NOW its time to restore the doctor-patient relationship by bringing healthcare back to the way it was meant to be through Direct Access Medicine… Simply, Better Healthcare.
This is for all of us and we need you to get involved and let your voice be heard.
Each week on, Taking Back America’s Healthcare, listen LIVE as we highlight medical news that not only exposes the problems within our system but also provides Real solutions that will help you get the healthcare you deserve.
You need a Healthcare advocate, so join host Dave Andrews, along with Physician, Dr. Michael Lucherini of Summit Medicine and Pediatrics - pioneer of Direct Access Medicine. As they help you to ask the right questions, find the answers, and help you Take Back your Healthcare, America.
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Thank you for joining us on The Michael Dresser Show! Today we welcome these guests to our show:
Rob Pennington, Ph.D.: Author of "Find the Upside of the Down Times: How to Turn Your Worst Experiences into Your Best Opportunities," http://www.upsidedowntimes.com http://www.drrobpennington.com
Andrew Novak: Author of "The Global Decline of the Mandatory Death Penalty: Comparative Jurisprudence and Legislative Reform in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean," http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781472423252
Andrew Anselmi: Author of "The Autumn Crush," a novel exploring the Italian American Immigrant Experience
Cherie M. Turlington: Author of "Send Me Some Love in the Mailbox," http://www.hearttoheartletters.com
Thank you for joining us today on The Michael Dresser Show!
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