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    Veterans talk-4VeteransByVeterans-Round Table Discussion

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    Veterans talk about ALL topics affecting Veterans in today's world. From current events to the VA, all topics are open to discussion. Please join us and bring your thinking caps with you! We have a live chat during the show, as well as the availability to call in and join the conversation or to call in and just listen via your phone. Please help us help Veterans. 

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    Stew and The Nunn, Episode 45 Treasurer Candidate Wendy Stewart

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    Born into a military family, Wendy Stewart has lived across the globe but chose to settle down in Rock county to live and raise a family.  She has been a resident of Rock county for 20 years and is involved in the community, attending local events like the Dairy Breakfast and the Rock county fair every year.  She is passionate about veterans issues and has helped organize as well as participated in events around the community to benefit veterans. 
    Last June, Wendy applied to be considered for the position of Rock County Clerk.  Although being highly qualified and placing 2nd on the list of possible candidates, an understandably more qualified candidate with several years of clerk experience was appointed to that position.  This did not deter Wendy and she became even more determined to become involved in her community through public service.  This led to her decision to run for Rock County Treasurer.
    Wendy Stewart's educational background is highly suited for the Treasurer's office.  She holds a double major from UW-Madison in mathematics and economics, and is currently attending UW-Whitewater to qualify to sit for the CPA exam.  Her current and previous employment history includes logistics and inventory control analysis, cost analysis, and regulatory compliance in the food industry.  
    Wendy is the mother of two children, Grace Stewart (20) and Jacob Stewart (14).  Grace is attending UW-Madison and is a former Cullen intern, and Jacob will start high school at Parker in the fall.  She is quite proud of both her children and their accomplishments.  Wendy is a fiscal conservative and applies that to her lifestyle by doing her own car and home repairs as a hobby. 

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    Episode 338: Trans-national terrorism and the Long War with Bill Roggio

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    When the BREXIT dust settles one thing will remain – the Long War against Islamic terrorists.
    In a wide arch along its bloody edge, Islamic extremism continues to look for new opportunities for expansion, and within the borders of Dar al-Islam seeks to impose a retrograde view of Islam by destroying religious minorities, secular governments, and Islamic modernizers.
    This Sunday returning guest Bill Roggio will be with us for the full hour to discuss this and more. Bill is a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, President of Public Multimedia Inc, a non-profit news organization; and the founder and Editor of The Long War Journal, a news site devoted to covering the war on terror. He has embedded with the US and the Iraqi military six times from 2005-08, and with the Canadian Army in Afghanistan in 2006. Bill served in the US Army and New Jersey National Guard from 1991-97.
     

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    Dana Morgan of Pointman Ministries

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    Dana will be our guest speaker. he is the leader of Point Man Mnstries who do one heck of a lot of things to help Veterans from employment to housing.
    Since 1984, when Seattle Police Officer and Vietnam Veteran Bill Landreth noticed he was arresting the same people each night, he discovered most were Vietnam vets like himself that just never seemed to have quite made it home. He began to meet with them in coffee shops and on a regular basis for fellowship and prayer. Soon, Point Man Ministries was conceived and became a staple of the Seattle area. Bills untimely death soon after put the future of Point Man in jeopardy.
      However, Chuck Dean, publisher of a Veterans self help newspaper, Reveille, had a vision for the ministry and developed it into a system of small groups across the USA for the purpose of mutual support and fellowship. These groups are known as Outposts. Worldwide there are hundreds of Outposts and Homefront groups serving the families of veterans.
      PMIM is run by veterans from all conflicts, nationalities and backgrounds. Although, the primary focus of Point Man has always been to offer spiritual healing from PTSD, Point Man today is involved in group meetings, publishing, hospital visits, conferences, supplying speakers for churches and veteran groups, welcome home projects and community support.  Just about any where there are Vets there is a Point Man presence. All services offered by Point Man are free of charge.

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    Government Contracting for US Veterans

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    Alphonso Simmons is a Senior Contract Specialist and Business professor at Grantham University. He served in the US Army: 75th Ranger Regiment (Fort Benning) and 82nd Airborne (Fort Bragg). He is also a US Military maintenance business owner. 
    US Military Maintenance is an effort of Patriotic Hearts, a 501c3 non-profit, Patriotic Hearts, to create successful US veteran business owners that employ other US veterans and their spouses at a good wage. We provide websites, equipment, training, certification, all your documents, provide marketing and media, and mentor you every step of the way. This interview is a continuation of that effort. 
     

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    VA Advanced Practice Registered Nurses

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    Dr. Quintana is an USAF Reserves veteran and President of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists. 

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    Spouse Spouts 01 - The First Show! Woo Hoo!

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    A fun 60 minute talk radio show where all military spouses can come and spout off about whatever they want! What's your subject? Who do you want to hear from? What do you want us to talk about? Call us and let's chat!

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    The Military Veteran Caregiver

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    On this episode of Hope For The Warriors Talk Radio, we will discuss the transformation of  military/veteran caregivers, beginning with the first time they found out they were a "caregiver," all the way through different phases of their lives a decade or more later. We will offer tips and encouragement to caregivers listening to the show as well as others who would like to learn how they can best assist our military and veterans and their caregivers.
    Patti Katter from Hope For The Warriors likens caregiver life to the transformation of a caterpillar turning into a beautiful butterfly. Listen in to hear more....
     
    Hope For The Warriors offers wings of hope to caregivers, so they can soar.

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    The Hotwash with CJ and Alex Presents: TN State Senator, Dr. Mark Green

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    Dr. Mark Green is a conservative Christian, veteran, father, husband and businessman. As the Tennessee State Senator for District 22, Mark serves as the Vice-Chair of the Senate Commerce and Insurance Committee as well as a member of the Agriculture and Natural Resources, and The State and Local Government committees… Mark is the president/CEO of Align MD, an emergency department staffing company, which provides leadership and staffing to emergency departments and hospitalist services in thirty hospitals in six states. Mark founded Align MD Foundation, which provides healthcare to under-served populations throughout the world, and operates a free medical clinic in his hometown. Currently Mark serves on the Board of Directors for American Physician Partners, and the Rural Physician Partners Company PLLC. He is a member of the Executive Board of the Middle Tennessee Boy Scouts of America, as well as a Board Member of Soldiers and Families Embraced and Reboot for Recovery, two not-for-profit organizations focused on caring for soldiers and their families as they return with the unseen scars of war. Mark came to Tennessee as an army special operation flight surgeon assigned to the 160th Special Ops Aviation Regiment. There he planned and flew on some of the war on terror’s most covert operations. His most memorable mission was the capture of Saddam Hussein. Dr. Green interviewed Saddam for six hours on the night of his capture and wrote a book detailing the interview and his service with our military’s “Jedi Nights,” as he calls them. During this time Mark was selected as the Army Aviation Association Flight Surgeon of the year. His military awards include the Bronze Star, The Air Medal, The Air Medal with “V” device for valor under heavy enemy fire, and numerous other medals for service. He also was awarded the Combat Medical Badge, the US Army Ranger Tab, and Expert Infantryman’s Badge.

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    Bridging the Gap with Doc and BG

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    Tonight we are going live and will be taking calls. Anything goes. We are just wanting to bullshit around.. Call in with questions or comments. Have fun.

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    All About Vets: Ken Meyer

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    All About Vets with Don U-Turn Marsh hosts Ken Meyer!

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