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Mimi Johnson is The Arts Reporter. She is the daughter and heir to the throne of Diva Joan Cartwright (Diva JC). Mimi is an accomplished vocalist, songwriter and actor. Her premiere stage play "Woman: The Musical" in which her mother and 17 other talented actors and musicians were cast debuted in March 2013.
Mimi produces a weekly WEBTV Show "The Arts Reporter". Her newest endeavor is the production of "The Siblings Sitcom" that will debut on MJTV Network at YouTube on November 1. Filmed in Atlanta at Mark Squared Studio, this sitcom promises to tickle your funny bone.
Mimi serves as the Secretary of Women in Jazz South Florida, Inc. and is featured on the second, third and fourth compilation CDs of fabulous female composers.
Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the jet set destination of Hotel Byblos in the St. Tropez, France. PJ Heslin, American Expat Writer for the Riviera Reporter, joins Peter to talk about the art of mastering the bus and how the south of France is very similar to Los Angeles.
Sharyl Attkisson shares the shocking story of what happened when she tried to uncover the truth about Fast And Furious and Benghazi. She discovered that proprietary software of the U.S. Government was used to hijack her computers. Her computers were even being used to monitor her private conversations in her home. The most shocking story you will ever hear about government corruption and the extent to which the Obama Administration will go to stop the truth from being reported.
On today's episode of The Shakedown Show Shakes, JROC and Roldy do a Q&A with New York Giants reporter for NJ.com Jordan Raanan. We will ask him some in-depth questions about the New York Giants has he see's it . If you want to ask question directly call in (929) 477-2686 or leave your comments or questions on twitter #dashakedown
Mike Volpe, Investigative reporter for the website REBEL PUNDIT, joins us this evening to discuss his recent expose' on the corruption of the probate courts and those who are victimized by a for-profit system of elder abduction, isolation, neglect, abuse and the inevitable looting of their lifetime accrued assets by judges, attorneys, predatory guardians and anyone else who can find a way to tap the estate.
From the article on Rebel Pundit "Court Appointed Guardianship Abuses Run Rampant in American Courts"
"Initially started to protect the elderly and mentally challenged from being taken advantage of, it has often been corrupted, having the opposite effect. Those perfectly healthy who are effectively jailed and held against their wills, often end up in nursing homes away from their families."
Join us as Mike talks about his investigation and what it revealed about the dangerous new age crime of "aging with assets".
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Shannon's guest this week, Korina Lopez, is an accomplished journalist who has worked for media giants such as USA TODAY and The Washington Post. She is a reporter, critic, online producer, social media strategist and video host. She has covered a number of noteworthy artists, and has earned the title of "pop-culture pundit." In addition to pop culture, Lopez tries to shine a light on cultural and social issues and give a voice to those who can't afford a publicist.
Korina created and produced the USA TODAY music-video franchise, Studio A. She was the co-author of a weekly column, On the Verge, about emerging music artists, and she has spent her entire career reporting about lifestyle and entertainment. Korina holds a Bachelor's of Arts in both English and Eastern Religion from The College of William and Mary and a Masters of Communication, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show, hosted by women's rights leader Shannon Fisher, offering perspectives on the female experience in America. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders, discovering their personal inspiration and passions. Find Shannon Fisher on the web: Facebook - Twitter - The Authentic Woman. This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor and website professional Michael Lowndes at www.pmlmedia.com.
Transportation reporter Dave Forster joins Pilot Radio to discuss issues with billing. Forster has been following the issue of the region’s first large-scale venture into all-electronic tolling for the last eight months. On Tuesday, Sept. 23, The Virginian-Pilot published a story that outlined the various challenges - at least a half dozen - that motorists have exprienced since the venture went into effect eight months ago.
Join Dave at 11 a.m. Tuesday to talk about the tolls and what motorists can do to help themselves.
Join us as we welcome Ravens reporter Turron Davenport as we talk about the Ray Rice situation in Baltimore, how it will affect the team both on the field and off, and how he feels the division will do during the 2014 NFL season. We'll also talk about the NFL's role in the situation and how Roger Goodell fairs in all this.
Kelly O'Meara joins us at 7:30 pm CST
What happens in CPS is quickly adapted to APS
CCHR Applauds Judge for Upholding Detroit Mother Maryanne Godboldo’s Right to Protect Daughter from Forced Drugging
It is a case of misdiagnosis, misinformation and unrestrained persecution. Parents need to understand this is not an isolated case and it is happening across the nation far too often.”
Despite prosecutors’ second attempt this year to bring criminal charges against Detroit mother Maryanne Godboldo, who underwent a 10 hour stand-off with police for refusing to administer a powerful antipsychotic drug to her daughter, Wayne County District Judge Gregory Bill has become the second judge this year to dismiss the charges.
Kelly O’Meara is an award-winning investigative reporter whose coverage of the adverse effects of psychiatric mind-altering drugs is virtually unmatched in the United States. After 16 successful years as a Congressional staff member, Kelly joined Washington’s Insight Magazine where she published numerous hard-hitting articles examining prescription psychiatric drugs and the increasing number of school shootings.
After six years at Insight, Kelly became an independent author with the publication of Psyched Out: How Psychiatry Sells Mental Illness and Pushes Pills That Kill, an in-depth investigation into the fraud of psychiatric diagnosing and the dangerous, potentially life-threatening adverse reactions connected to the prescription mind-altering drugs used as “treatment.” She continues to publish powerful reports of the use of psychiatric drugs with children, members of the military and our wider society.
Reporter Michael Volpe joins us to update the story of Norman Hughes, a Korean & Viet Nam war vet being held against his will in an assisted living center, endorsed by the Memphis VA Center. Mr. Volpe initially investigated and reported on the abuse of Hughes, August 1, 2014 on the Daily Caller.
We will also be discussing the "Orwellian recklessness of both family and probate court, corruption on the part of Guardian ad Litem and other professionals, the media's reluctance to report on it because of the personal nature he said/she said nature of the story, all of which leads to systemic corruption."
Mr. Volpe is one of those rare reporters willing to actually look at the growing abuses of family and probate courts, and to report it.
Chicago-based writer Michael Volpe spent more than a decade in finance before becoming a freelance journalist. His work has appeared in such national publications as the Daily Caller, FrontPage Magazine, CounterPunch, and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Newsletter. His first book, Prosecutors Gone Wild: The Inside Story of the Trial of Chuck Panici, John Gliottoni and Louise Marshall was published in October, 2013, and his second book, The Definitive Dossier of PTSD in Whistleblowers, was published in 2013.
Let's Talk Jets - Hosts Tyson Rauch (@TRauch21) and Dennis Agapito will be reviewing the New York Jets training camp and scrimmage with beat reporter Darryl Slater (@DarrylSlater) from The Star-Ledger / NJ.com.
Darryl will be appearing live providing his first hand perspective on how the team and individual players are performing thus far during training camp:
Has Geno Smith beat out Micheal Vick in a fair "QB competition?"
How does the secondary look thus far and who might not make the cut?
Which wide receivers are on the outside looking in and has Stephen Hill done enough to earn a spot?
Are tight end Jace Amaro's struggles just rookie growing pains or are there real concern and can second-year player Zach Sudfeld step up?
Which players have performed above expectations and who have been disappointments?
Darryl will also help preview the Jets first preseason game on Thursday against the Indianapolis Colts, giving us some key players' performances to watch out for.
Phone lines will be open after the interview (929) 477-2651 and the conversation is live on Twitter (@TalkJetsRadio) as we want to hear from the Jets faithful about where the team has been and what they need to show this preseason to give us hope they can be contenders.
"Let's Talk Jets" on iTunes.
The host Vince Anello fields calls with Tony Farina. Callers are focused on tonights election in the 62nd NY State Senate District. The Candidates are North Tonawanda Mayor Rob Ortt and Niagara Falls Attorney and School Board Member Johnny Destino. Either way, due to the retirement of Senator George Maziarz the district will have a new Senator.