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It's Monday night and that means a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio which mixes comics and politics!
On tap for this week:
We talk about the latest issue of Image Comics' Velvet!
We're chatting Lazarus #7, also by Image
Cracked had a humorous article and the top 5 disastrous political moments in politics. We weight in!
As always, we want to hear from you! Join in on the conversation by calling in or Tweeting your thoughts @graphicpolicy
How informed are the people of the United States concerning foreign policy?
Is it our job to make decisions or to submit to decisions made on our behalf?
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in Pop Culture
It's Monday, and Graphic Policy Radio is back at its normal time. This week we're going a little bit serious, and mixing it with some entertainment.
On this episode:
The nasty side of online geek culture again reared its ugly head as threats were made towards a respected female member of the community. You can read the original article posted here, as well as two follow up articles here and here.
We're discussing our favorite costumes in comic books! That's right, we go over what we feel are the best designs, both in look and actual use.
We discuss the latest hit BOOM! Studios/BOOM! Box series Lumberjanes!
Tomb Raider is up to issue three. We both thought the first issue was good, but how have the latest two issues been? Find out here!
So join us this Monday we want to hear from you! Call in with your thoughts or Tweet them to us, @graphicpolicy.
in Pop Culture
It's Monday night which means it's a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, the show that mixes comic books and politics. On this episode the topics scheduled are: We discuss Dark Horse's new Tomb Raider #1 written by Gail Simone. Archaia's series Hacktivist saw it's second issue released. The series imagines what if Anonymous was actually two tech leaders. At this past week's ComicsPro meeting, Image Comics's Eric Stephenson had a divisive speech about the
in Pop Culture
It's Monday and that means a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio which mixes comics and politics. Up this week, we discuss a few different items: Ms. Marvel debuted to lots of coverage and praise. We finally get to discuss the first issue of Marvel's new series and hero. Wolverine and the X-Men ended, and a new series has debuted as well. We discuss how the series wrapped up. We also discuss this weekend's controversy which involved an unfortunate promotion for a new comi
in Pop Culture
It's Monday night and that means the latest episode of Graphic Policy Radio that mixes comics, geekdom, and politics! This week we have an episode to Marvel's recent major launch. We're discussing All-New Marvel NOW! and recent its recent releases.
Loki: Agent of Asgard
We want to hear from you and your thoughts about Marvel's new initiative! Call in to the show or Tweet us your thoughts @graphicpolicy
Kim Johnson is the Public Policy Director at Californal Child Care Resource and Referral Network. Tune in to hear her story of service!
To accomplish the California Child Care Resource & Referral Network's goal of promoting quality child care options for every family and community throughout California, it monitors state and federal policy issues, coordinates with its member agencies to determine local and statewide child care needs, and develops an annual policy agenda that addresses current and emerging issues that impact families, providers, and children.
With 58 member agencies statewide, the Network is uniquely positioned to hear, document, and communicate the impact of national and state policies that affect child care and to bring a comprehensive, reality-based position to policy makers throughout the diverse areas of the state.
To learn more about the organization, visit http://www.rrnetwork.org/.
in Real Estate
Do you have a problem with a local city ordinance, rule, regulation, or law ? Is there some type of injustice that you have observed ? Many people think the Law is suppose to be fair; however in reality the Law is not fair, moral, or ethical: the Law is essentailly an inpersonal "set of rules". If something is not going your way and you want to see a change in the Law, you must come up with a "policy solution". Anyone can form their own "special i
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This Monday Graphic Policy Radio returns with special guest writer Steve Orlando, the writer behind the new Image Comics series Undertow which hits shelves this Wednesday. Atlantis is the world superpower, and Redum Anshargal is its worst enemy. If you want to break free of the system, he can offer you a place at his side, exploring the wild surface world in his watertight city barge The Deliverer. He and his hostage-protege Ukinnu Alal hunt the Amphibian, a legend that could be the key to an
Policy is not an exciting topic for most. It tends to be a conversation that only includes the privileged few: Politicians, lawmakers, and academics while leaving citizens, students, parents and educators left to deal with the results. Here at EduPoliCafe its your voice that matters most. In this episode we will talk about why policy matters in education. We will answer two key questions What is Educational Policy? Why citizens like you should care about it?
Nurses are an inextricable part of healthcare in the United States, but what does Healthcare reform have to give back? In this episode of iNurse Radio, our host Anthony Figliola sits down with Dean Emeritus of the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, Dr. Colleen Conway-Welch to discuss how healthcare reform and policy affects nurses.
Dr. Colleen Conway-Welch, Ph.D., RN
Colleen Conway-Welch, Ph.D., RN, Emeritus Dean of the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, is known for launching the first accelerated BSN program. The accelerated baccalaureate nursing program is now part of the curriculum at hundreds of nursing schools nationwide. She is the second-longest sitting dean of any US nursing school. Dr. Conway-Welch was also recognized in the Top 25 Women in Healthcare List for 2009, which also included Past-President of the American Medical Association Nancy Nielsen and Former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
Her current research interests include Nursing Education & Administration, Healthcare Reform and Disaster Management. In the past Dr. Conway-Welch has served on various panels and committees including the National Institute of Health, the Institute of Medicine and the Global Knowledge Exchange Network.
Joel “Tyler” Pearson is the Democratic candidate for State Senate District 35. Pearson believes that it's time to put hometown values and local issues front and center. He is a life-long resident of Conway, a graduate of Conway High School and the University of Central Arkansas (AR). He is a member of St. Joseph’s church and works at AR Children’s Hospital Foundation. Read more of his bio here!
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