• 01:06

    National Scouting Report Talks Golf Recruiting with Tanya & Trey

    in Sports

    National Scouting Report is the world's oldest, largest and most respected scouting and recruiting organization.  NSR has been assisting high school athletes obtain college scholarships for 35 years. 


    Tanya Olson competed in softball, basketball and golf. Although she competed nationally in softball at the age of 10, it was golf that ultimately became her passion. After winning 4 regional state titles and a state championship, she became Miss Kentucky Golf and earned a 4 year full scholarship to the University of South Florida. After graduating, Tanya remained in the golf world. She landed in the Chicago suburbs as Marketing Director at Naperville Country Club for the next 8 years.  She has also coached at the collegiate level. Tanya is a two time participant of the Women's USGA Amateur, as well as a 4 time participant in the Women's USGA Mid Amateur. Due to her continued participation in national events, she is still very much in tune with the dedication and determination required to be a successful athlete. Tanya serves as the Golf Recruiting Specialist for National Scouting Report.


    Trey Miller is no stranger to the golf world!  After serving in the Marine Corp, Trey was a touring golf professional.  He participated in the Golden Bear Tour, Hooter's Tour, Tight Lies Tour, Lone Star Tour, and the King Stahlman Tour.  He was a Tournament Champion during this time.  Trey also served as a Club Pro in Texas and in Arkansas.  He currently continues to serve as the Head Golf Professional in Heber Springs, Arkansas while serving as one of the Golf Recruiting Specialists for National Scouting Report.  


    Tanya and Trey are dedicated to helping golf athletes obtain scholarships!


    www.nsr-inc.com/golf

  • 01:01

    Is America a democracy in the truest sense of the word???

    in Politics

    Another Monday...snow on the ground...politics in the air.  America has been called "the greatest example of democracy in the world." One man, one vote!!!  Canadians fashion their government after the people of Great Britain without the monarchy. After all, Canada was once part of Great Britain. Israel, like Canada and Great Britain is a Parliamentarian form of government. When the party in power loses its popularity, the opposing party may call for a "vote of confidence." The result are new elections. However, in the United States, we elect a leader, the President, for a four year term. He or she may serve by the will of the people for  two terms, eight years, at which time new candidates may run for the elected office. American government is an example of the Roman form of democracy or a Republic. Let's get the discussion moving. Call us at 646-595-3275.

  • 01:06

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    Ricki Stevenson has served as creative thinker, lead guide and CEO of Black Paris Tours since its inception in 1998. Stevenson, a native of Oakland, California, is a former New York and Bay Area TV/Radio news anchor/reporter and talk show host.  Ricki holds the distinction of having worked as a United Nations radio correspondent and as one of the first Black international travel reporters. She holds a master's degree in education and history from Stanford University, with an emphasis on African and African American history. Stevenson says her dream of living in Paris began when her Mother, a former dancer, took her to see Josephine Baker perform when she was three years old.  Over the years, her dream was fueled by interviews with some of the famous who fled racism in the US to live or spend time in Paris: Ray Charles, Earth Kitt, artist Lois Mailou Jones and choreographer, Geoffrey Holder. The idea for Black Paris Tours grew out of that dream and her six years work as an international travel reporter.

  • 01:02

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    Dr.George Stewart is an Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist who has worked with traumatized foster youth for 30+ years. A graduate of Harvard College and Columbia Medical School, he initially completed his training in Family Medicine at the University of Washington and at UCSF. He then worked as a Family Physician for several years in an impoverished barrio near San Jose, California. He returned to complete his training in Adult and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at UC Davis.


    Working with Seneca Family of Agencies, a large non-profit providing a variety of mental health services to youth and their families, in various treatment settings in Northern California, he was able to observe repeatedly the overuse of medications with traumatized youth who had behavior problems.  He spent much more time tapering youth off of medications than he did prescribing them.


    He is extremely pleased that the Mercury News' Series on "Medicating Our Youth" is attracting a lot of attention to a long-neglected population. 


     D'Anthony was born in 1995 in Oakland, California  and is a foster home youth and will share with us his experiences in foster care. He likes making beats and his favorite producer is DJ Mustard. D'Anthony says he "enjoys breathing and waking up every day and  thinking God he's alive."

  • 01:26

    Episode 9 | National League Preview

    in Sports

    Me & Rosco take a crack at previewing the National League

  • 01:02

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    Guests: Investigative Reporter Karen de SA, and Dr. George Stewart Psychiatrist.


    For the past four months, the Bay Area News Group has been documenting the alarming use of psychiatric medications in California's foster care system -- and the impact on thousands of vulnerable kids who suffer the consequences.


    Here, in Part 5 of our investigative series "Drugging Our Kids," we present a documentary video that gives voice to many of these young people, who say they were silenced during their youth by the powerful drugs.


    From Los Angeles to the Bay Area to Humboldt County, reporter Karen de Sá and photographer Dai Sugano interviewed more than 175 people, including dozens of current and former foster youth who were frequently moved and heavily medicated by a system that struggled to manage their complicated childhoods.


    Now, there's a growing call for change among former foster youth, psychiatrists, public health nurses and youth advocates. The stories of lost childhoods and remarkable resilience provide compelling lessons on how California can better address their trauma and stop "Drugging Our Kids."

  • 01:54

    PPTS: Sunday, February 8, 2015 Democracy and Human Rights

    in Politics Progressive

    At first blush, the two relevant terms in today's episode may seem too closely related to be different. They are.


    We invite you to join us as we look into the similarities and differences between democracy, and Human Rights. Join us live by calling into today's episode, or join us in our lively chat room by going to the bottom of this page.


    We're on the air!


    We'll see you there!

  • 02:01

    PNN - National Progressive Voices

    in Politics Progressive

    PNN welcomes National Progressive Journalists 


    Greg Palast internationally known former BBC reported and financial writer addresses some of the challenges progressives face in 2015


    We'll also be joined by Lori Price Publisher of  Citizens for Legitimate Government and Well-known GOOGLE Pariah will discuss her perspective on some of the new stories of the day.


    We will also be joined by Cris Costello to give us the HEADS UP on the Clean Water Rally in Tallahassee coming Feb. 18th 


    TUNE IN Sunday 

  • 00:06

    JFK "Secrecy & National Traditions"

    in History

    President John Kennedy's April 27, 1961 speech directed to the press. (5min19sec) Includes:


    "We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive & unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweigh the dangers which are cited to justify it."


    "...there is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it."


    "And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship & concealment. That I do not intend to permit to the extent that it is in my control."


    "Government at all levels must meet its obligations to provide you with the fullest possible information, outside the narrowest limits of national security."


    Dr. J.M. Peebles via Summer Bacon, Jan. 2015: "This is going to be a year of reviving the understanding of what freedom means...There's going to be a change in the organization called your United States Government...due to the people in the country here who are going to unite, stating very clearly, very loudly...to be free of the pressure, the encumbering pressure that has come by so much regulation..."

  • 00:58

    ISIS and other national security issues of the week

    in Politics

    GUEST:  Barry Jacobsen, military historian, blogger and US Army veteran.      We will discuss the latest from ISIS in Iraq/Syria and what it means for the West.  Also, is The White House aware of the risk to national security posed by ISIS?


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