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October 19, 2015. General election day in Canada. Perhaps the last chance to prevent the irreversible changes to the country that Harper and his machine want to execute. The number of issues caused by CPC malfeasance to this point is never ending. They have had a decade to pervert this once respected nation into insignificance. Internationally and domestically.
Since 2008, OpenMedia.ca has been a leading voice in keeping Canadians aware, informed and able to counteract the measures taken against digital rights. The Declaration of Internet Freedom has five fundamental principles. Expression. Access. Openness. Innovation. Privacy.
Shaped by more than 250,000 people and launched last week, "Canada's Digital Future" is a crowd-sourced election platform packed with ideas from everyday citizens. This initiative of digital rights is urging people to consider Canada's digital future when casting their vote this election. While OpenMedia won’t be endorsing any political party, it does plan to meet the main parties and report back as to which are most committed to implementing its platform. Thousands of people have already pledged to vote for the future of the Internet in the upcoming election.
“Whether it’s telecom price-gouging, reckless spying legislation, or abusive copyright notices, failed digital policies are hurting Canadians,” said OpenMedia’s communications manager David Christopher. “Young people in particular are speaking up for a better way forward, because Canada can’t afford to keep falling behind our international counterparts. That’s why this election will be the most important Canadian Internet users have ever faced.” David joins us to tell us about how your digital rights are under attack. And what OpenMedia.ca is doing on our behalf.
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Today is Wednesday 2 September, 2015 and it is the first Wednesday of the month of September 2015. And It is Benefits that is the topic today and the show is hosted by our own Cheif Benefits Officer Marilyn Wyche who will cover the various particulars of filing a claim for compensation or medical pension. We also cover Educational and vocactional rehabilitation.
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Today is 1 September, 2015 We are starting the last quarter of the year of 2015 and today we are having a show with Stephanie Ruscigno who is hosting the show this evening dealing with Womens issues, Military Sexual Trauma and PTSD. These are the issues that we are dealing with today on the show.
Our brooklyn Navy Yard Phone lines 347-884-8078 will open promtly at 2400 Zulu, for our Civilian friend s that would be as follows7pm Atlantic/Eastern,6pm Central,5pm Alaska/Mountain,4pm Pacific,1pm Hawaii,9am Guam
Today is Monday 31 August, 2015. It is the last Day and Last Monday in the Month of August 2015. Today on ADVIA.media we are discussing the issue of Lawyers and veterans and we are looking at the fees that veterans arre charged. Did you know that the VA pays some of these fees but then so do veterans out of their awardsoften upwars of 30-40% of the award and many times the veterans has not gotten any service and had to do the claim basically alone as the lawyers are there to just get paid off of the veterans claim.
We have a special guest today from Washington State. Our Guest is Mr Jerome B Peterson who used the Gustad Law group.
We want to hear from you on this issue today and tell us your experiences of dealing with lawyers during your claim process
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In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I talk with Faye Medlock who is President of The Medical Cannabis Advocates of Alabama. We will discuss the current state of the legislation, research, Carly's Law and how all this affects the sick and poor people. Faye Medlock will fill us in on how her group is keeping discussion alive and moving the conversation forward.
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Chris Boucher, VP of Product Development at CannaVest, founder of the Hemp Industries Association (H.I.A), co-writer of the first California and Colorado Industrial Hemp Legislation Act of 1995. and the first person in more than 50 years to grow Industrial Hemp in the USA while at the USDA Research Station in California will join us, once again, from California to talk about the various benefits of hemp products, including the therapeutic, nutritional, and medical benefits.
Art Mendoza from Accomplice Entertainment will talk about future programs and events happening in Austin, Texas Muisc Scene and later Tom Devoursney wil call in from Florida
An unusual parole reversal case, combined with victims’ rights policy and the honoring of a fallen police officer who became the victim of a ruthless homicide. Family members of officer Robert Holcomb join the show along with Plainville, CT Police Chief and Holcomb family friend, Matt Catania to discuss the case and the treatment of the family during the process. We will also discuss the importance of the victim impact statement and recommended reforms for legislation.
Previous show: Victim's Wish List
Well today is Friday 28 August 2015 and it is the last Friday of the month of August do we have a show for you today about some of neglect our compatriots in the UK recieve. Now you may say what does their care have to do with ours well you will soon see that the care in both nations is found wanting, We will look at some of the posts of Bryan Kirk from Across the pond who is Iraq/Afghanistan veteran.
We will also talk about the current issues that are on your mind
It is Friday!! Did you wear RED?
Our Brooklyn Navy Yard Phone Number is 347-884-8078 and will open Promptly at 2400 Hrs Zulu for all our Civilian friend s that would be as follows Atlantic/ Eastern 7 pm,Central would be 6pm, Alaska and Mountain would be 5PM and Pacific would be 4pm. Hawaii would be 1pm and Guam would be 0900 AM.
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Brower Report Radio Show talking politics and news and views you can use!
Join the Brower Report Radio Show for news and views you can use! We are live from 9pm to 10pm ET. We will be discussing Presidential politics, nearly 200 retired Generals and Admirals speak up on Iran deal, Anchorbaby debate, KY tell clerk of courts to issue gay marriage licenses, UN chief urges fast move on climate change legislation, voters tell Hillary stop campaign, China GDP going negative, Trump discussion and much more!
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Today's show looks at The Donald and his exchange with Univision reporter, Carly Fiornia's climb in the polls, the mystery of Ben Carson's success in the polls, Iran Deal, and the difficult problem of our gun culture and the ambiguity of "mentally unstable" in purchasing a firearm. Is gun legislation really going to address the issue of gun murders in our gun culture?
1st HOUR: This news program is broadcast and streamed at KKFI-fm 90.1 Tuesday, 9am (CST) See: http://www.kkfi.org/
Law and Disorder Radio (See: http://lawanddisorder.org/ ) is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States and broadcasting on the web. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government. This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.
Three top progressive lawyers host the program and bring an amazing, diverse line up of guests from grassroots activists to politically mindful authors. Most importantly, Law and Disorder brings access to attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases the show is the generator of news within the radio echo-chamber throughout the country.
2nd HOUR: KZYX Studios, Philo, CA community radio host Jeff Blankfort's "Takes On The World" latest discussing Iran, Israel and the power of AIPAC in DC. Second segment Blankfort interviews former CIA Phillip Giraldi about the same.