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On the eve of perhaps one of the most important Midterm elections since 1945, The GreenHouse FX Radio Show opens discussion on the importance (or non-importance) to vote on November 4th.
There are many opinions fuel by a lot of emotions... a way to poll the president’s first two years; an opportunity to tip the scales of balance to Congress; or, a chance to change "the norm" in Washington and bring in "some fresh blood." Whatever your take, the final vote will have a huge impact on the legislation that passes through Congress over the next 24 months, and no matter which way you lean, voicing your opinion is key or is it?
Your host, Will Green leaves the microphone open for YOU to voice your opinion. Also, did you early vote? If so, share your experience. Listen online at www.blogtalkradio.com/thegreenhousefx or on your phone: 818-691-7412, press "1" to voice your opinion.
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Join Paolo Fabrizio on today's show and get caught up with all the lateset election news, so many elections going on at the same time you're going to need to be part of today's show to get up to speed on who and what is running where.
On today's show Paolo will interview the Libertarian candidate for the Simcoe North by-election,
Call in and get involved and join our chat board and have some fun.
CommDigiNews Hour for Friday, June 13, 2014, 6:30pm EDT begins the first of many conversations on the upcoming 2014 Midterm, the candidates, the issues, and why you should vote. Senior Editors Lisa Ruth and Jim Picht will start off this series with a lively conversation on the importance of the midterms, and a look at a few choice races.
Our second segment of the show will find Joseph F. Cotto talking with Paul Gottfried about the State of Conservatism. Cotto is currently at work on a book about American society. Gottfried is Raffensperger Professor of Humanities Emeritus at Elizabethtown College and author.
Our final segment has media specialist Gayle Falkenthal and entertainment editor Terry Ponicktalking about the upcoming Game of Thrones finale.
On this Saturday's show, Derrick will be talking about the weekend before Election Day, how has early voting has helped or hurt some candidates, and is there a lot of nepotism in this years' midterm elections? In Georgia as well as in the nation. Also, it's been 15 years since JFK, Jr. passed away. What if he lived? Would he had gotten into politics?
America has varied classes of financial status. Some classes will remain the same regardless of the midterm election results. That would be the top 1% of Americans who owns 43% of all the nations wealth. The next group who remains untouched by midterm election results is the next 4% who owns 29% of the nations wealth.
The next 15% many of which are part of the workingclass group, owns 21% of the nations wealth and most of them have rebounded since PBO avoided a depression, and this 15% likely will remaing wealthy regardless of the outcome of the midterm election.
Which brings us to the true workingclass which is a group of 160 million Americans. Within the workingclass you have the middle class which constitutes around 50million Americans. Of this 50million, the group includes upper middleclass, and lower middleclass. During the recession, which started during Bush/Cheney administration, much of the lower middleclass loss status. Lots of these same people are angered still today and unless individuals and politicians who actually care about the workingclass are able to win this midterm election, America could be in more trouble than ever. The 15% of wealthiest American will begin to shrink. IN American taxes must be paid. Taxes must be collected and failure to collect taxes from one group, pushes IRS to collect taxes from the other groups. Workingclass pay most of America's taxes, and an effort to get more taxes from this group results in a state of depression in a matter of months. We experienced a recession and that has to be enough to convince all workingclass citizens that unless we all grasp onto a future of prosperity for all, we'll find we can't all hang onto enough to thrive in the years to come. We individuals, politicians, ceos, clergy, must step away from party and vote for politicians who have shown they voted for and will continue to vote for Veterans and the workingclass.
Jeff Singer of Daily Kos Elections will join us to discuss Louisiana and US politics
c This is a rebroadcast of the June 10, 2015 Boone North Carolina Board of Elections Public Hearing on the proposed rules for the new Voter ID law, which will come into effect in 2016.
This hearing is the sixth hearing of many that the NC BOE organized across the state.
We thank you for listening to these important hearings and we ask that you share this rebroadcast with others in North Carolina, so that more can be made aware of this.
The deadline to submit written statements for consideration in determining the rules for implementing the Voter ID law is June 30. You can submit your written statements by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mailing them to the North Carolina Board of Elections at P.O. Box 27255, Raleigh, NC 27611-7255. We encourage to get your perspectives in to the North Carolina Board of Elections!
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