THE SECOND PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE, WHO WON?. Join the conversation on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 8:00 pm (Pacific Standard Time).
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THE FOLLOWING ARE SAMPLES OF PRIOR SHOWS: Click on the tab titled "PRIOR BROADCASTS" above to listen to them
PRIOR SHOW: The first Presidential debate, who won, who lost, and what wasn't said.
PRIOR SHOW: QE3, the lowering the US Debt Rating, and the US Presidential election race update.
PRIOR SHOW: European Central Bank announces unlimited bond purchasing program and the current US presidential race is discussed.
PRIOR SHOW: Gold Standard, and the hint of QE3, good. bad or ??
PRIOR SHOW: Discusses unemployment, jobs and the connection to this fall's election. In addtion the LIBOR scandal is disussed.
PRIOR SHOW: Paul Ryan, selected as the Vice Presidential candidate on the Republican 2012 ticket. Good or Bad?
PRIOR SHOW: Recaps Freedomfest 2012, the nation's largest gathering of Libertarians, and fiscal conservatives and the speakers; Paul Rand, Steve Forbes et al.
PRIOR SHOW: Actually 2 shows explore why Keynesian economics fail, and yet is the only answer being tried.
PRIOR SHOW: Economic commentary for the week of July 8th, Samuelson from Washington Post, The Economists on Central Bank initiatives, and Anna Schwartz, her passing.
PRIOR SHOW: Ben Bernanke's presentation to the Joint Session of Congress on June 7th analyzed where he encouraged Congress to "spend more" analyzed for the myths it contained.
PRIOR SHOW: The Debt Ceiling issue was raised by President Obama and Nancy Pelosi. The show discusses the issue from a political standpoint and whether it is a "Republican" or "Democrat" issue.
PRIOR SHOW: 36 year liberal Republican Senator Dick Lugar, the Republican National Committee's choice was beaten soundly by the Tea Party candidate in Indiana signaling the Tea Party is far from dead. Next stop, the Wisconsin Governatorial recall vote in early June, 2012 will be another test of the Tea Party's strength.
PRIOR SHOW: The 1% vs the 99%. President's Obama and the OWS crowd's argument for "fairness" or is it a bogus issue hiding the real story. Who is the 1%, how much are they taxed? What if we increased taxes on them, would it work?
PRIOR SHOW: President Obama's political strategy of advocating the "Buffet Rule" discussed, and diagnosed. What it is, and what should be Mitt Romney's counter strategy is discussed.
PRIOR SHOW: Reporting on a single Tea Party April 15th, 2012 tax day rally and it's implications for the Tea Party in general. A good example of grass roots political activism.
PRIOR SHOW: Although the House passed Paul Ryan and the House Budget Committee's 2012-2013 budget proposal, Representative Jim Jordan, and the Republican Study Committee issued a more conservative and aggressive budget proposal. The show explores why.
PRIOR SHOW: Paul Ryan, Wisc Republican and chairman of the House of Representatives Budget Committee released the Committee's proposed budget for 2012-2013. What's in it, good and bad is discussed.
PRIOR SHOW: Heritage Foundation's Deficit Cutting plan is discussed and analyzed vs President Obama's plan.
PRIOR SHOW: Putting a personal perspective on the consequences of the spiraling US government debt ($16 Trillion and growing) and the financial crisis in Europe, the show will discuss steps you should take to protect your family.
PRIOR SHOW: Answering the current main media question: Is the Tea Party dead or dying, a recap of the Second California Tea Party Conference held March 3-4, 2012 is presented and discussed in detail. Conclusion: The Tea Party is far from dead....it's just starting to roll.
PRIOR SHOW: President Obama's 2012-13 budget was submitted to Congress on Feb. 13. Find out what's in it, and it's implication for the deficit going forward...and it's political implications.
PRIOR SHOW: The official audit of the Federal Reserve System, what it found, and what it said...and what it meant is discussed. Required in the bank bailout legislation, the report was released in the summer of 2011.
PRIOR SHOW: Barbara Rapp Geerling, a 30 year veteran insurance broker, discusses the effects of OBAMACARE on her small business and individual clients.
PRIOR SHOW : Jeff Lewis, National Director of Patriot Coalition, and it's general counsel, Richard Fry, visit to discuss their Oklahoma resolution to oppose the National Defense Authorization Act's "indefinite detention" provisions.
PRIOR SHOW: From Charleston, S.C. only an hour after the Republican Presidential Candidate debate, fellow "citizen journalist" Barbara Deerling joined me in discussing the debate.
PRIOR SHOW: Commentary on the New Hampshire Primary including the surprising second place finish of Ron Paul and his continuing strength and the effect of that strength going forward.
PRIOR SHOW: Commentary on the Iowa Caucus results, and the renewed interest in revisiting the "rights to detain suspected Americans indefinitely without due process of law" under the newly passed National Defense Authorization Act.
PRIOR SHOW: Congress passed a two month extension to the payroll tax reduction in place for 2011. The show discussed this strategy from the standpoint of the Republican leadership, and reviewed the consequences of the extension.
PRIOR SHOW: The Federal Reserve Board is operating out of control (adequate oversight) and had exceeded their legislative mandates. Listen to the discusssion and the hoped for changes.
PRIOR SHOW: The Tea Party's $9 Trillion debt reduction plan, and formal Washington's response to it. The Tea Party's proposal lays out in great detail proposals to trim the deficit over the next ten years in a background of denial and ignoring be the Washington power elites (both Dem and Republican)
PRIOR SHOW: Final show (No. 4 in the series) on the US Congressional Debt Commission, the So called "Super Commission" The decision was to punt the can down the road. The reasons why, and what are the consequences were discussed.
PRIOR SHOW: Show No. 3 in the series on the US Congressional Debt Commission, the so-called "Super Committee" Latest news, predictions, and analysis.
PRIOR SHOW: The second show in a series on the US Congressional Debt Commission - progress, news, rumors and prognostigations etc.
PRIOR SHOW: The first show on the US Congressional Debt Commission plan versus the plan of the Tea Party Patriots.
PRIOR SHOW: The show reviewed the latest information on the Republican Presidential Candidates, and analyzed the defeat of the American Jobs Act, President Obama's official response to the jobs situation in the United States.
PRIOR SHOW: Update on the Republican Presidential candidates, whose up and whose down and why. In addition, the "American Elect, 2012" third party, web based national ballot qualification effort is discussed, and the money and people behind this effort is exposed.
PRIOR SHOW: Shelby Blakely, National Journalist Coordinator, for the Tea Party Patriots, joins United and Independent Radio to discuss the Tea Party Patriot's national program to recruit, train and coordinate "citizen journalists" to cover each US Senator and Congressman's activities, with each "journalist" assigned to a specific Senator and Congressman including reporting on the committees on which they are members.
PRIOR SHOW: Analysis of President Obama's American Jobs Act proposed legislation, and the first two Republican presidential candidates' debates, including a response to the comments of Ed Rollins, former campaign manager to Michele Bachman.
PRIOR SHOW: Interview of Lisa Mei Norton, co founder of Big Dawg Music Mafia, a social media center for conservative performing artists (musicians and singers) and writers, poets, comedians, and media types (talk show hosts). Broad discussion of the founding of Big Dawg, and the implications and importance in politics of social media programming.
PRIOR SHOW: Recap and commentary on the Southern California Tea Party Patriot Leadership conference held in Costa Mesa, Ca. Description of the various state wide committees that are forming.
PRIOR SHOW: Veteran independent political and social commentator Joyce Kaufman, a 22 year radio veteran broadcasting currently from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on station 850WFTL - AM brings her no holds bar opinions of Pres. Obama, the Tea Party, the current Republican nominees, and multiple other topics and issues. She was a treat to have on.
PRIOR SHOW: Three distinct topics covered: Dennis Carlisle's description of the Tea Party (movement), describing the Tea Party Patriots and where they differ from other Tea Party groups, more on The Leadership Institutes's programs, and finally a review of the seven steps that define the winning strategy of United and Independent, the grass roots organization of which United and Independent Radio is the outreach program for.
PRIOR SHOW: Report/Interviews of attendees to The Leadership Institute's Future Candidates School, a week long workshop, taught by very experienced Washington insiders who are and have been deeply involved in successful political campaigns. Listen to five of the "students", including one from Nigeria, and one from Canada, tell their story, and what they learned at the workshop. Be prepared to be inspired.
PRIOR SHOW: Volume 8 (and final) of the series on the Debt Limit Increase discribed the final bill that was passed in the House of Representatives, adding commentary from the NBC political commentator, Michele Bachmann, Donald Trump, the rating agencies (S&P, Moodys, and Fitch), and the market's reaction. In addition the political strategy going forward was discussed and possible personal financial strategies were aired.
PRIOR SHOW: Volume 7 of the series on the Debt Limit Increase issue discussed the two plans of Senator Reid (the Dem plan) and Representative Boehner's plan (Republican leader's plan), the three rating agencies (S&P, Moodys, and Fitch) position and commentary, and included Donald Trump's, Michelle Bachmann's, Senator McCain's, and ex Senator Thompson's comments..and ended with the market's reaction, and suggested outcome of this issue.
PRIOR SHOW: Volume 6 of the series on the Debt Limit Increase issue discussed Senator McConnell's plan, Senator Coburn's plan, The "Cut,Cap, and Balance plan of the House of Representatives, and the fourteenth amendment argument.
PRIOR SHOW: Volume 5 of the series on the Debt Limit Increase issue, was again an update on the twist and turns of the on-going negotiations, including Pres. Obama's cheap shot sounds of alarm, and false notions that our armed forces and soc. sec. beneficiaries would not get paid after Aug. 2.
PRIOR SHOW: Volume 4 of the series on the Debt Limit Increase issue includes an update on the current status of the negotiations and the discussion of the "open letter to Michele Bachmann" containing a possible strategy in the negotiaions.
PRIOR SHOW:INTERVIEW WITH WILLIAM TEMPLE, RECOGNIZED LEADER IN THE TEA PARTY MOVEMENT, SPEAKING ON THE DEBT LIMIT VOTE AND THE UPCOMING FREEDOM JAMBOREE. THIS IS VOL 3 IN THE SERIES ON THE DEBT LIMIT INCREASE ISSURE.
PRIOR SHOW: EXTENDING THE DEBT LIMIT (VOL 2), THE REPUBLICANS ARE WASTING A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY.
PRIOR SHOW: EXTENDING THE DEBT LIMIT (Vol. 1), THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY OF THE ARGUMENTS FOR VOTING YES.