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In this weeks episode of the Fantasy Six Pack Podcast, Joe and A.J. welcome guest Dan Domenick to talk about the trade veto. He brings a unique perspective on why vetos are bad by saying there are four distict positions on trade vetoing.
Then the guys will get into the updates coming out of the NFL camps, including injuries and any depth chart updates.
Tonight we will discuss the trade veto and whether or not you should use it in your league.
Also we welcome Travis Pastore (@TheREALTravioli) and Richard Savill (@RRSSavill) to discuss some Fantasy Baseball and Football topics.
Please call into the show or send me message on Twitter (@FantasySixPack) if you wish to have your opinion heard or ask a question.
Hear Congress college talk about the broken Speaker vote, the break thru veto proof Senate vote and Ex-Im bank gets new life, all before Congress goes on break. Listen to your host, Elizabeth Chryst,as she breaks down the code talk that comes out of Congress. Elizabeth uses her 26 years of Senate service for full annalysis on Congress twice weekly, Mon. & Friday at 6:30 EDT. All shows are archived on GradeGov.com under the radio tab.
While most political shows will be talking about the year that was, we will be talking today about the year to come. Obama has already said that he is not going to be afraid to use the veto pen. If the GOP is true to recent form, just that threat will be enough to stop their leadership from doing anything meaningful under the logic that this creep will veto it. SO WHAT??? We gave them control of the Senate to do something not just get along and collect perks. They think they were elected to eradicate the Tea Party. Also, Putin has declared NATO enemy #1.
Mike Moon joins us tonight to talk about the upcoing veto override session beginning Sep 11. The legislature has already overriden one of the governor's vetoes (income tax reduction). Which ones will they consider overrides for in September. Join us tonight as Rep. Moon comes live from the campaign trail to answer your questions.
Then, Dr. Mary Byrne joins us to discuss common core in Missouri. We will talk about the dangers of Common Core and HB 1490.
And, of course, Dave and Mike Slack will kcik around favorite topics of the week.
Join us at 7PM Missouri Tiem. Call and participate in the discussion at 347-677-1835.
Vaccine Excipients: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/downloads/appendices/B/excipient-table-2.pdf
Guest Dr. Rebecca Carley of http://ReversingVIDS.com
Host Sallie O. Elkordy of OCTOBER ~ International Vaccine Injury Awareness
Program Summary Nov. 23, 2015
Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss during the 2nd hour all manner of Kansas small town life after these news stories.
Free Speech Radio News (30 min.) See: http://fsrn.org/
Gunmen storm luxury hotel in Malian capital
France to remain under state of emergency for three months
U.S. House passes veto-proof refugee restrictions as political battles heat up across the country
Boko Haram carries out two suicide attacks in as many days in Nigeria
Newly-approved $1.29 billion Saudi arms deal the latest in a decade-long buying spree
Veterans of U.S. drone warfare go public with concerns about the program
Afghan women fight to retain rights by not ceding public space in the face of resurgent Taliban
Between the Lines Radio (30 min.) See: http://btlonline.org/
This news program is broadcast and streamed at KKFI-fm 90.1 Friday 9am (CST)
Descripton: "There are many different motivations for acts of terror. We have to understand them for their multiplicity and you have to forensically go after different populations based on what kind of drivers they have."
– Vijay Prashad, professor of International Studies at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, commenting on the most effective approach to dissuade disaffected youth and others from joining ISIS and engaging in terrorism.
So,with more terror attacks around the world and ISIS people being found out as posing as refugee's, we have ourself a new problem in the world. GOP leaders have voted to stop refugee's from coming in until we have more intense vetting of them. On the flip side Obama threatens to veto anything that requires more vetting of the refugee's. Some people think that Islam is the problem. Other's think we need to "love them more" and that will stop their bloodlust. We will tackle this all plus the religious litmus test that terrorist in Africa applied to hostages that they had.Also will talk about super liberal Bill Maher and what he thinks about the Islamic community. So join me, @Friendlysmoker ,and @somaticvibe as we talk about these things.
NAVAJO TALK RADIO:
Topic: NAVAJO NATION COUNCIL'S ATTEMPT TO OVERRIDE PRESIDENT BEN SHELLY' S VETO.
11 Council Delegates against.
11 Council Delegates for.
GUEST: Honorable Council Delegate Leonard Tsosie
ROB DISCUSSES THE RAID IN SAINT DENIS PARIS THAT KILLED MASTERMIND ABDELHAMID ABAAOUD AND HOW THE ATTACKS MAY HAVE BEEN PREVENTED.
ALSO, THE HOUSE PASSES A BILL TO CURB SYRIAN REFUGEES DESPITE A VETO THREAT. ROB SUGGESTS THAT THE LEFTIES IN THE GOVERNMENT AND MEDIA TAKE A REFUGEE HOME AS PART OF A FOREGN TERRORIST EXCHANGE PROGRAM
PLUS, BOBBY JINDAL DROPS OUT AND A NEW FOX POLL THAT SHOWS DONALD TRUMP WITH A COMMANDING LEAD.
As-Salaam-Alaikum (God's Peace be upon You)!
This Saturday, November 21, 2015, Critical Discourse will cover the ever-unfolding events that have captured the attention, fear and yet, determination of the public, to maintain a sense of normalcy and charity.
In wake of the attacks in Paris, the U.S. Congress voted to greatly restrict and regulate the influx of Syrian refugees. To the shock of many, enough democrats voted with republicans, to deny Barack Obama the veto power he'd promised to weld.
With emotions still raw, the very fibesr of human compassion and drive for self-preservation are being tested.
Are the governors, who vowed to pointedly refuse any additional entries of Syrian refugees into their states, guilty of hard-heartedness?
Why should an entire group be judged so harshly, based on the depraved acts of a few?
Are those governors who have promised to allow the refugees, careless and naively optimistic that there are no plausible threats?
What of the future relationship between American Muslims and the general public? Will Muslims be looked upon with greater suspicion?
Given the range of reaction and comments from presidential candidates, how will these recent events (including Mali), affect the outcome of the 2016 presidential election?
Join us, to review these issues and more, right on your favorite talk-show (am I being a bit pretentious?) - Critical Discourse!