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  • 01:01

    Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry For Animals #380"- Animal Wellness Action

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    Hosted by Debbie Dahmer aka "Mama Bear"
    Guest will be: Scott Beckstead - Director of Campaigns at Animal Wellness Action & Center for a Humane Economy 
    https://animalwellnessaction.org/
    https://centerforahumaneeconomy.org/
    TOPIC: Protecting America’s Beloved Equines!
    The Issue
    Drawing on the central historical and cultural role horses have played in the United States, AWA are working to ban the slaughter of horses for human consumption. Americans strongly oppose horse slaughter. AWA also working to ban the transport of all equines for the purposes of slaughter
    Every year, tens of thousands of American horses go to slaughter plants in Canada and Mexico, where their flesh is packaged and sent to other foreign markets for consumption. These are healthy animals, by and large, and this is a predatory industry that takes advantage of animals never raised for the plate.
    We must press the case.  The only reasonable pathway to securing a North American ban on the slaughter of horses from the U.S. is to pass legislation in Congress. One way to take definite steps in that direction is to forbid horse transport for slaughter from more states, as New York recently did in banning the movement of retired racehorses to Canada for slaughter.
    AWA champion causes that alleviate the suffering of animals - Helping Animals Helps Us All.
    ~Thank You All for Tuning In!~ https://ppjg.me/?s=Voices+carry+for+animals

  • 00:30

    Rough Cut: America's Problem With Secrets

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    President Joe Biden's now in the same kettle as his predecessor for taking home America's classified secrets. But it's not an issue of the pot calling the kettle black. Co-hosts Ryan Schuette and Tal Greenberg dive into America's bad habit of secret-keeping and overclassification. 

  • 01:57

    The Constitution Today and Westchester On the Level

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    The CALL-IN number is 347-205-9201
    Those who call the broadcast will be asked to stay on topic and share their first name so they may be respectfully addressed!
    The broadcast may be heard “LIVE” or “ON DEMAND” using the following hyperlink that is specific to this broadcast -
    TAMPA, FL and YONKERS, NY— January 17, 2023 — WMU-Cooley Law Prof. Brendan T. Beery and Fellow Law Prof. Jeff Swartz open their Tuesday, January 17th    morning radio broadcast with “What They Really Think” and thereafter delve into “The Constitution Today”. Tune in for a scintillating analysis of the political climate and its relevance to our present and future national demeanor and prospects. From 10-11am ET.
    Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher follows thereafter with hyperlocal, state, national, and international news with commensurate analysis. From 11am-12 Noon ET.
     
     

  • 01:15

    Ready for the NFL Playoffs? Let's Talk on the Andy and Amanda Show

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    -The hay is in the barn on the league's playoff teams. At this point, we know who and what all of these teams are. Or do we?
    -Inflation is expected to have declined in December, but it may not be enough to stop the Fed! The pace of consumer inflation is expected to have fallen slightly in December from the prior month because of a sharp drop in gasoline and energy prices, but the annual rate is still likely to remain uncomfortably high. According to Dow Jones, economists now expect a decline of 0.1% in the consumer price index on a monthly basis, but inflation is still expected to climb at a 6.5% rate from the prior year. Oh boy!
    - The drafters of our Constitution were well aware of the threat of foreign influence over U.S. office holders when they wrote the Emoluments Clause, which prohibits anyone holding a position of trust with the United States government from receiving any emoluments — i.e. profits and benefits — from any foreign state..  Hmmm....  Trump’s tax returns show he was a bigger risk than we realized.  If Congress had known about Trump's foreign bank accounts earlier, they could very well have looked into them. Before the beginning of the Trump presidency, he was likely in violation of the Emoluments Clause on the day he took office.
    -   Lots to talk about, but it is the Friday show.  Let's try and keep it light and have some fun on the Andy and Amanda Show!  515-605-9888
     

  • 00:01

    Hard Fathers, Soft Sons

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    Hard Fathers, Soft Sons

  • 01:18

    For who we are

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    Welcome to wolverine's freedom radio tonight show today marks seven years ago today lavoy finicum was murdered by the FBI in Oregon .   We did his very last radio interview with his daughter Tara  that night . With new evidence.  We know Russ Epps was there at the refuge disguised  and seen with lavoy. Tune in live with vergil spragis Russel Hodde William Barnard and my good friend Herracaine Ann  as we bring up good memories about lavoy . 

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    The World According to Drew

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    Tune in for thought-provoking, informative, enlightening, entertaining news and commentary brought to you by Andrew Whigham, III

  • 01:01

    S4.E17. VetsGrow for Veterans. Indica Innovations. Sun On Demand Growing.

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    Cannabis for Veterans Matt Grimshaw is a solo documentary producer (aka "The Documattarian") who taught a veteran to grow cannabis on camera when it was legalized in 2018 to create VETSGROW - a docu-series centered on the unique trap many veterans find themselves in with regards to using cannabis to treat service related conditions ranging from chronic pain to PTSD, especially as an alternative to opioid medications which are now known to be a contributory factor in the suicide epidemic ravaging America's 19+ million veterans.
    Master Grower A.C. Moon A. C. Moon Cameron is well educated in both mainstream and "The Game". Having dedicated her life to advocating, educating, cultivating and infusing the best organic alternative medicines she could create as well as enduring raids of the highest forms, A.C. began to take ideas to another level.
    Science Meets Nature in Growing A look back to the Emerald Cup event in Santa Rosa, California. W420 Lifestyles correspondent, Rich Walcoff, was on the field at the event, where he met with Sundarajan Mutialu, who is a plasma physicist. His company developed a technique that allows for the cultivation of landrace, heirloom, and other hard-to-grow medicinal genetics in controlled environments.
    Find more at: https://w420radionetwork.com/s4-e17-vetsgrow-for-veterans-indica-innovations-sun-on-demand-growing/

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