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  • 00:54

    Tutwiler--Interviews on the Films from the Big Apple Film Festival 2015

    in Entertainment

    Tutwiler is a film that sheds light on the treatment of inmates at Julia Tutwiler Prison in Wetumpka, AL. It's based on actual events that have happened within the prison. It follows Lori, who is serving twenty years for vehicular manslaughter while drunk driving. While she is incarcerated she is raped by a security guard and becomes pregnant. The film picks up with Lori trying to navigate her relationship with her daughter Shay, while surviving life in unbearable conditions.

    I had the pleasure of screenind and doing Q and A for this film. This topic must be discussed and explored. So join us we are takling call ins. 

    Screened at the Big Apple  Film Festival To learn more http://www.tutwilermovie.com is the website andtwitter & instagram is @tutwilermovie

    If you'd like to support the "This is Diana Show"  purchase her books on this link.Thank you 

  • 00:48

    Data Security

    in Business

    On November 20 my guest will be Brian Rauer, Executive Director of the Mid-Hudson (NY) Better Business Bureau and General Counsel of the Better Business Bureau serving Metropolitan New York.  Earlier experience includes the Manhattan based law firm of Plunkett & Jaffe, P.C.   Mr. Rauer serves on the Westchester County Consumer Advisory Council and was formerly on the Administrative Law Judge/Hearing Officer roster for the Westchester County Human Rights Commission.  He previously served on the Board of Directors of the NY County Lawyers’ Assn. (NYCLA) and on the House of Delegates of the NY State Bar Association. He is a past Chair of the NYCLA Cyberspace Law Committee. He previously served on the Board of Directors of the Association for Conflict Resolution-Greater NY Chapter and the Board of Directors of the NY State Dispute Resolution Assn.  Mr. Rauer formerly hosted/presented a regular segment on a nationally syndicated radio show and has presented an extensive array of programs on hot topics of public interest, including privacy/security, ID theft prevention and ethical business practice.  He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Tulane Law School, receiving the Tulane Law Dean's Medal and selection for the Order of the Coif.  Mr. Rauer earned his B.S. degree, Summa Cum Laude, in Business Administration. 

  • 00:31


    in Sports

    The Summer of 1984 was an eventful 3 months for new Commissioner David Stern and the NBA; on the heels of an epic 7-game Finals slugfest between Larry Bird’s World Champion Boston Celtics and Magic Johnson’s Los Angeles Lakers, the first of 3 heavyweight bouts in the Decade, the NBA Draft was held in New York City; the Draft would introduce fans to 4 future Hall of Famers who would each write their own chapter in the NBA’s History Books. There was Forward Charles Barkley of Auburn, the rowdy, raucous “Round Mound of Rebound”, his polar opposite, little-known Guard John Stockton of Gonzaga, the majestic Nigerian Center and Number One pick  Akeem “The Dream” Olajuwon from the University of Houston, and the electric (Cue Chicago Bulls Public Address Announcer …”6 foot 6 Guard from North KAR-O-LINA!”)…Michael Jeffrey Jordan. These next-level players would secure the NBA’s rapidly growing stature as the Sport of the Future, with Bird and Magic now at the peak of their powers.  Jordan, Georgetown Center Patrick Ewing and 10 of College Basketball’s best would represent USA Basketball in the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, led by iconic and infamous Coach Bobby Knight of Indiana University. Knight, known lovingly as a “Raving Maniac” by his players brought his no-nonsense, drill-sergeant mentality to the USA program and molded yet another Gold Medal Winner. The agony and ecstacy of the Draft process, with its Franchise-changing consequences were never more evident than the summer of ’84.

  • 02:01


    in Radio


    "Dino", born in Chicago, Illinois on November 3, 1970 to his mother is Gwen Anderson, (a high school graduate) and father David Wells Sr., a Viet-Nam veteran who served in the United States Marines. Dealing with tribulations throughout most of his life and the devastating divorce of his parents; Dino decided to pursue a boxing career as a young man. Raised in Chicago for most of his life, he also lived in a small town called Eufaula, Alabama. Within that span, he dealt with more he could handle, while trying to raise a son and daughter, all while fostering an entertainment career. Dino also served a short stint in the United States Army National Guard & Reserves. He took a few years off to weather the storms in his life, to refine his career

  • 00:29

    Judith A. Yates: True Crime Author, Journalist, & Criminologist

    in Current Events

    Judith A. Yates: True Crime Author, Journalist, & Criminologist

    Award-winning true crime author and criminologist Judith A. Yates has been employed in law enforcement for over 25 years. She is the author of

    When Nashville Bled: The untold stories of serial killer Paul Dennis Reid


     "The Devil You Know: The Crime They Said "Can't Happen Here"


    and a crime prevention workbook, "How to Recognize the Devil." Ms. Yates has lectured across the country on crime. She has attended law enforcement schools across the U.S.


    She has worked in loss prevention, the Sheriff's Department, the federal prison system at each capacity (minimum security to maximum), as a private investigator, and as a criminal justice professor/instructor. She is also a true crime freelance writer for several online publications.

  • 01:03

    Ep. 11: Raptors vs Cavaliers, Jonas Valancuinas Injury W/ Zarar Siddiqi

    in Sports

    It's a new episode of Coast 2 Coast! On this podcast I talked with Zarar Siddiqi. Siddiqi is a writer and podcaster at ESPN Truehoop Network's Toronto Raptors blog, www.RaptorsRepublic.com

    With The 9-6 Toronto Raptors defeating the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers, the Raptors return home to visit LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Raptors face a tough task filling the void at the center spot as Jonas Valancuinas fractured his hand in the game against the Lakers. He will be out for about six weeks. The Cavaliers also have their fair share of injuries as All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving, Iman Shumpert, Timofey Mozgov and Mo Williams remain out. Siddiqi and discuss what to expect as two of the Eastern Conference's goliaths face off for the first time this season.

  • 02:02

    ISIS Searching For Chemical Weapons, Viral Videos & Religious Freedom Update

    in Politics

    Megan Barth-The proprietor of Reganbaby.com is back to talk ISIS and POTUS' plan to assimilate 10,000 questionably vetted Syrian refugees.  How comfortable are you?  And what about ISIS search for chemical weapons?

    Samantha Mills-The good news girl is back with her weekly installment of the internet's best viral videos that will make you laugh, cry and believe once again in humanity.  It just may not be all that bad.

    Daniel Blomberg-The legal counsel for the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty reports on Christian student group finally allowed back on Cal State campus.

    Lowell Ponte-The former think tank futurist and Roving Editor at Reader's Digest takes on the "college crybullies," the infantilization of our culture, why we're becoming a culture where a majority won't even bother to work plus more if your heart can handle it, as we talk about his latest book. It's probably the most provocative book from him and Craig Smith.

    Dr Vinh Chung-He tells of his own incredible life-saving refugee story.  And it's through his experience that he openly discusses our currrent Syrian refugee crisis.  There is a big difference from then to now.  Do we want to listen to someone who's been there and paid the price for freedom?

    Herb London-The president of the London Center for Policy Research and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute says Putin is sending 150,000 troops to wipe out ISIS, France is bombing the hell out of Syria, but where's America, Britain and Germany?


  • 01:31

    Episode 419: Politics and News of the Day

    in Politics Conservative

    SPONSOR “If I Were A” story by Dan Clements illustrated by Lori Clemen

    Searching For Truth Is a video series about the Gospel and what you need to know to be saved

    Why is Baptism Important?  Wes McAdams

    National security issues expose the danger of amateur candidates  Washington Examiner


  • 01:40

    Pot Stock Radio- With Dan Allen CEO of Blue Line Protection Group $BLGP

    in Finance

    This week on #PotStockRadio Eric Butz @PotStockEric Ryan Godfrey @ryanmgodfrey Chris Trace @supergravy and Claudia Post of Post Advisors welcome Dan Allen CEO of Blue Line Protection Group $BLPG. We'll talk to Dan about his company being the first line of security and compliance in the legal cannabis space. We'll discuss how the transporation of both product and money work with legal weed and the role his company plays in it!

    We'll also talk with Cheri Padulese from Tattooed For A Cause @Tattoos4ACause about the work they are doing to raise money, food and awareness for their cause through tattoos. 

     As always any questions or feedback about the show can be directed to eric@potstockradio.com PotStockRadio does not condone or promote the use of any illegal substance. Also, PotStockRadio is for educational and informational purposes only!

  • 01:58

    Unity America Radio Veterans Free Enterprise VPL Mike Cubbage part two

    in Motivation

    Part Two: Veteran Proactive in leadership Mike Cubbage an OIF Infantry Mustang tells us about his book he is publishing: "Veterans Guide to Higher Education....." to help Veterans get an edge on transitioning into civilian life. 


                Mike is a Combat Veteran and native of Philadelphia who comes from a long line of military service.  He enlisted in the United States Army Infantry in 2003 during the height of the War in Iraq.  The majority of his enlisted career was spent with the famous 101st Airborne Division and in 2005, Mike deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he was recognized as both soldier of the month and soldier of the quarter.  Upon his return Mike was recommended by his command to compete for a slot in a competitive program designed to turn Non-Commissioned Officers into Commissioned Officers.  In 2009 Mike was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant and subsequently served out the majority of his Officer career on Sand Hill, Ft Benning,“Home of the Infantry.”  Mike holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Foreign Policy from Temple University, a Master of Arts in International Relations and Conflict Resolution with a concentration in International and Transnational Security Issues from American Military University, and a Juris Doctor in U.S. Law from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law School.  Mike has also published articles for the Philadelphia Metro, Florida Public Interest Law Journal, been a keynote speaker for the Temple Veterans Day Committee, and Speaker and Panelist for the Nova Law Symposium on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

  • 00:36

    A chat with Israel Ortega and immigration and the 2016 election

    in Politics

    Guest:  Israel Ortega, Opportunitylives.com......we will discuss his new article about immigration........the issue of immigration in 2016...........the GOP and Hispanics.........the economy and Hispanics........abortion and Hispanics.....traditional marriage and Hispanics.................who are the 11 million people living in the US without papers?  are Mexicans really going back to Mexico, as reported in some newspapers........national security and Hispanics................and other stories from the front pages....

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