17 Burst results for "Chamber Of Commerce"

"chamber commerce" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"This one is worth. It's red. You really do have a great way of writing, and you're right about the hot topics what we're really interested in. We have what about three minutes left on today's thing, so maybe we might open for questions and my other two pages of notes we can use report three and four four reside to go down that road. Yes. Yes, does anybody in the audience have another question Karadzic models? Marrying? You mentioned something about marketing hot topics. Your important when you start researching your book. You need to start your marketing program at the same time. When your fingers text those keypads, you need to be marketing your book. You can't wait till the book is finished. It's in your an and okay nine demarcated. That's too late. You WanNa have those dollars coming in when the book is there? You want people to buy that book when it's available, so you need to start your marketing program, I'll be one of the first field amid I. Am I don't have the marketing skills I have writing skills publishing skills other skills, but I do not have but I know people who do so if I need to go to somebody like. Sandy Lawrence for instance to give my my public relations done on my press release. Whatever may happen to be I, need an email us. Maybe I go to Maryanne LaSalle for my ego. I. Need Help on the things that I don't know how to do, and that's where you start that early. So by the time you get down to okay, we're ready to go to press on next. Tuesday! You're letting everybody in the world. No next Tuesday yearbooks coming up. I need reviews I need whatever so you can't wait until that time happens. If you WANNA be a bestselling author, there are things you need to do for that also, but anyway you can't let all go to the go ahead. Marrying widower questions. While we don't have any questions from any more questions from the audience, but I do WanNa. Tell everyone about reds books, so he has a book called longevity secrets for healthy aging. He also has the joy of ageless hell, and no matter what you do, you can do it, and so you can buy all these books at Amazon and. I think that he has a little experience here. Yeah. Put his soul into it, and that's what I appreciate about read. You really do research and put your heart and soul into everything that you right. On my joy. Asia's hills I have a half dozen things in there that keep you healthy as you age on my longevity secrets, I go into the two things that cause aging the basic cause of it. We may be doing three things right and thirteen things wrong. You never know because we don't know what those things are going to that. No matter what you can do, it deals with the subconscious mind Dr Maxwell Malts for a book on time ago called Psycho cybernetics and deals with how the subconscious line works, and that's what I've extracted from his book. And if you have a mindset, no matter what you can do it, then you'll do it. I see almost out signature that Marian one more question. Hopefully we can get to it quickly. How do you feel about introduction to a book versus just getting into the meat of the book? How does everything need an intro? People About Helen, why did the book? We don't have ten seconds left on the book, but if you want to do twenty five page e book, if you want the rest of it, then go ahead and put it all You know I do have a very specific question. Read very similar. I have read books that are kind of like when you're in college and you got the little notes the you could buy I forget what they call them now. Right and now people are reading books and putting their information into a book about their thoughts about the author's books executive. Some refused to do that. What forty years ago they made a business out of it. I know the Catholic Laughlin Aloft man has a. Thing she subscribes to the gives you know the top ten business books, whatever little summaries, but those summaries available people make money off of just summarizing other people's books interesting. All right all right well. Thank you very much, Fred. Of course we're going to have you back again and again and again and again often as I can get you become. Comment your here, so thank you. Let me speaking next month to the Houston West Chamber Commerce on how to write and publish your book. I think you just did a presentation for them last this month, did you? I. Think. We shared the stage again. I'm in. This year anyway, so be speaking about how to wrangle Alicia Book next month on their Houston West, Chamber of Commerce think with the. Third, Wednesday of the month or something like data. Jacob Electric calendar or just goes in and out. Look at my calendar. Okay fine. That's what I have today tomorrow in my calendar. If you'd like information on the Houston Chamber feel free to contact me or we could get. You hooked up neither. Do, they have an expert or two sometimes three every single month, and it's quite fascinating they have. Health and wellness different topic doing nfl two years or something. Longer Thank you. All right, we'll once again. We just enjoyed the Heck Outta Ya Anne, thank you appreciate you. Everybody out. There have a great day. We'll see you again real soon, so honored so on married. To cheer stays with you again. By now. Thank you for joining us for today's show. Remember? It's our pleasure to bring you interesting Co, host and topics..

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm John news seven hundred twenty million dollars voters approved for mobility improvements in twenty sixteen continues to be put to use like trouble with Austin's quarter program office says but to the projects have already wrapped up many of which you may not have noticed we have about a hundred forty one sidewalk projects that have been completed twenty bikeway projects twenty three say process school projects six people and three children were hospitalized after an overnight boat crash on lake Travis according to Austin Travis county EMS the crash happened near cypress club point there were dozens of people aboard one adult and one child had serious injuries will two adults and two kids a potentially serious injuries details of the crash were not released and the Austin Round Rock metros job growth rate held at two point three percent in July the US chamber commerce reports that makes the metro the seventeenth fastest growing in the country noting that is a bit lower than usual Kelly J. radar weather watch low seventy seven high ninety seven get Austin news on demand a news radio kale B. J. dot com department says China is the Pentagon's number one priority defense secretary mark as per says China poses a greater threat than Russia to US national security interests telling fox news I think in the long term China is the greater challenge given its economic might it's political weight and its ambitions Casper says China is expanding its military to push the United States out of the Indo Pacific theater as it engages in the greatest theft of intellectual property in human history as for says the US will continue to sell arms to Taiwan something China sees as a provocation in Washington Rachel Sutherland Foxit south Korea's presidential office says it's canceling an intelligence sharing agreement with Japan amid a bitter trade dispute with that country adding that tightened export controls imposed by Japan of because what they're calling a great change in security cooperation between the countries the move could be a setback in U. S. efforts to improve security cooperation with Seoul and Tokyo you too shutting down its in app messaging next month the feature allows users to share videos with contacts.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"But it look at its it sounds simplistic to say it but it isn't. It's just that a bunch of leftist activists. Work their way into these organizations and rise to the top, and change their focus and their identity while hiding behind the original mission, so that nobody gets suspicious. I mean, the people the leftist took over the chamber commerce did not advertise. It did not promote. It did not throw a celebration party when they get control of it. They just operated. Meanwhile, what are conservatives doing? Conservatives if you can find them, or having debates in magazines and websites on what is conservatism. And they're not trying to implement any of it. They're just arguing about what it is. And who is one and who isn't one and what kinds of conservatives are what kind of conservatism is there and all this is being done so that they can exclude some people that they don't want to be conservative south one side of the aisle is in this so-called intellectual debate over what conservatism is while the left is actually infiltrating institutions organizations and slowly trying to take them over and shape them into their own political image in the chamber has had in large part that now not everybody in the chambers gone. No misunderstand. But all you have to know is the chambers position on. Illegal immigration amnesty to get an idea of how they have changed every member their collection as a huge donors. This is one of the reasons why so many Republicans are for amnesty because the donors are I gotta take a break. I appreciate the call very much at we will continue.

"chamber commerce" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"Elevating some roads. So we've been able to really maximize on the, the storm both in public relations, and in financing. You know, I hate to say that the silver lining flooding, and I personally flooded twice. I, I, I had twenty eight inches in my house. Second storm ahead twelve and it's miserable. And so our community is looking for any type of solutions that are both short end. Long-term saw these adaptation actions, you're taking heavy packaged them in a way that other cities can learn from you, as a web resources. I think we need to do a little bit more work on, on how we package things we tend to. Be a little bit more like a get it done type of town. We just recently did a purchase of some property over on the barrier island. That is a really good example of living shoreline. Stabilization combined with elevation changes to solve nuisance flooding, but we're pretty active in the speaker, circuit, our public works director, who's one of the speakers of the conference might call him is a speaker at the Florida city managers canny, sitting the energy association conference. I'm speaking later in the summer at the environmental permitting, summer schools is the Florida chamber commerce program, so we really we really try to get out there with our message about Saint Augustine in that's really important at encourage other communities because that's how you end up networking. That's how you find funding. Sources is how you really can find financial leverage. This conference has been wonderful so far. I'm participating as much as I can I still have to run the city. Seven dropping in and out one thing, I learned is little tough going to conference in your own hometown. But the speakers have been great. The everyone I've met of spin just awesome travel budgets, much more manageable. Right. Yeah. It is. I have quite a bit of staff here. We have our preservation staff or public works staff, myself or public relations staff. So there's quite a bit of city staff here learning supporting the conference doing thing. Okay. Thank you so much. Thank you. It's a pleasure to meet you. Hit actors we are back in. I am with Lisa Craig with the creek group. Okay. So you had a special role in this conference. What was that I did? Because I've been involved in the other conferences, both in Newport and was the conference manager in Napa apples Siobhaun tier to help serve on the steering committee for keeping history above water, Saint Augustine. Give me a little bit of the history about this, how to come together with the agenda and such. I mean what what, what did you side that you really need to focus on at this event? Well, every year, we try to do different theme. So Newport was really about the science and understanding climate change and Atta patient issues from the science side in a way that individuals understood at the average cultural resource professional can understand it when it was hosted Annapolis. We dealt with issues of adaptation, economic impacts, and basically, how you deal with buildings here and Saint Augustine, we're really looking at the important history of the arc. Geological community indigenous cultures and issues, relative to the engineering side of structural changes to coastal shorelines, and the, like so any surprises on people who showed up to this event who registered. I think we got quite a bit of diversity, flood play managers, which is a really important role in the work that we're doing an adaptation. So that was important. We had quite a number of state and local store precipitation officers that's been pretty typical. But we haven't been able to really get a lot of folks from the southeast region this year. We did. And then the archaeology community. We really were pretty fortunate to have a number of those folks with archaeology both in the United States and internationally come to represent their concerns in issues,.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Thirty eight minutes. Deft, one o'clock, seventy four degrees in the state capital. Beautiful day today. High today around seventy five to nice weather right now. Rain is definitely on the way. Starting on Wednesday. Sunday. Great lovers. I guess if you've got a wedding planned or something would be very happy. For me. Good news. Brackley he'll be here at two o'clock. He is from the chamber commerce, the president chamber of commerce Eric Lucero along with Valerie Montag two thirty today. Talk about jobs job, John and three o'clock today. State rep Andrea Romero. The phone stayed on for that entire break to record today phone, hopefully, they're still on. Call in talk about anything give it a shot five. Oh, five four two four twelve sixty. We'll give away some ice tickets today as well as boss gays ticket today, assuming the phones are working they're working when when we came back from the break could be off again, I don't know. Are you have until Friday? If you're creative type you have until Friday at five pm, you wanna get your your entries in for the poster contest and the official T.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"To two to three weeks we're adding value and reducing cost at the same time as we. Make a change in the transformation that lower costs could. Bring back some loss brand still to, be determined the final shape of the charity preview and whether the show gets a. New name Jeff Gilbert w w j NewsRadio nine fifty and after be after being replaced as CEO Fiat Chrysler of the weekend. Talion meteoroid reporting that Sergio Mark Yonis condition has taken a turn for the worse with the. Latest we're joined live and local by WW J's Charlie light. And good morning Charlie Many workers here at the Chrysler Warren stamping plant they are sad to learn that Sergio Mark Yoni is in a coma longtime Chrysler. Worker Susan esky is concerned that's unfortunate he's a great leader I hope he comes through well I was family while it's a corporation I love this corporation I've been here more than nineteen years it'll be twenty years in November I hope he's doing well, that's right, a lot of people share that concern many say that the new CEO McNally should keep up what what Sergio Mark Yoda was doing, Jeff from Bush or do you think that the success of Chrysler has. An part of our a lot to. Do with the Sergio Marchi Yoni, guidance Otherwise it would have been Well not quite boarded up it's still going strong Chrysler that is. Reporting live, here in Warren Charlie. Langton WJ NewsRadio nine fifty a search underway this morning by Detroit police for the gunman in an overnight shooting that Senate, teenager to the hospital investigators say the seventeen year old was hitting the leg along. Ball for near outer drive that's. On the city's east side this. All went down around midnight he was, last reported in stable, condition circumstances, surrounding the shooting remain unclear a decision expected in the next two weeks from the state supreme court where the voters will decide in November who redraws the state's legislative, districts, WW j. Lansing bureau chief Tim scuba tears from opponents. Who claimed that it's illegal the redistricting proposal would take out of the, hands of the political parties the right to draw the voting district lines and put it in the. Hands of an independent commission there are people, who don't like, this idea including Peter Ellsworth who argues. On, behalf of the chamber Commerce and the Republican party against. This, plan so there is. No right to vote on an unconstitutional amendment and an amendment has. To be, something that that is is there's a correction of detail it's limited it's it's something that people can understand without having to read through seven and, a half pages of fine point type he thinks it's unconstitutional but the proponents disagree..

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on WRVA

"Women they were chasing liked obama and do not doubt me on this folks i mean you may think it's on stereotypical but it isn't even being critical it just tell you the way it is so in two thousand and six day before trump's elected nearly fifty percent of young white men favored democrats thirty six percent of them favored the gop that fourteen point game has flipped young white men now favored the gop over the democrats by forty six to thirty seven percent the only difference is trump and the women that these guys route they're chasing have if if they're still it if they hate trump if they're part of the never trump crab believe me they're not attractive nobody i mean if you're just if you're just filled with hate and rage and and what appears to be irrational hate and rage i mean nobody's gonna want to get close to you nobody's going to want to invest the time now at the time that the majority of white young men favored democrats or republican party was aligned with the chamber commerce big business trade deals and so forth republican establishment was pushing the transpacific partnership the tpp paul ryan had rebuked trump's economic nationalist trade agenda at a gathering with the gop mega donors the coke brothers and let's see what else the gop leaders were also pushing back against trumps nationalism on immigration in two thousand sixteen during the campaign but now the trump's been in office for coming up you know year and a half and some of the most substantive positive economic changes in people's lifetimes remember we're talking about young people here who may have only voted for obama maybe the first candidate they voted for they're young and they lived through eight years of obama that was the norm and they heard obama the democrats and get used to it america's best days behind this this is the new normal we are here to manage the declined because america's past wasn't deserved we really weren't that wealthy we shouldn't have been that while they we really are not qualified all that stuff they heard who knows how many of them believed it but here comes trump the changes in a year and a half compared to the previous eight years of their lives half to be overwhelmingly dramatic you got a guy who says you can do anything we're going to do anything we're gonna fix america we're gonna make america great again these are people that never heard that kinda talk that's who we're talking about here we we're talking about young people who only heard pessimism negativism can't do it and by the way these are people that were accused of being guilty these these people were responsible for all of the suffering and the plight of suffering and many disadvantaged people all over the country and who knows how they accepted it but because the women were that way the men had to bite the bullet and do whatever the women wanted but those days are over what are you rolling your eyes in there if you do you doubt me on that you really doubt me don't don't i'm not even i'm not this is not sexism it's not it's not chauvinism it's not even stereotypical ism it just it just happens to well you can't wait on these young female journalists here all not having you thought about that we might be looking at another whole night of panel discussions on cnn or elsewhere over this it's the way of the world it's always been the way.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Women they were chasing liked obama and do not doubt me on this walks i mean you may think it's on stereotypical but it isn't even being critical it just tell you the way it is so in two thousand sixteen before trump's elected nearly fifty percent of young white men favored democrats thirty six percent of them favored the gop that fourteen point game has flipped young white men now favored the gop over the democrats by forty six to thirty seven percent the only difference is trump and the women that these guys route they're chasing have if they're still it if they hate trump if they're part of the never trump crab believe me they're not attractive nobody i mean if you're just if you're just filled with hate and rage and and what appears to be irrational hate and rage i mean nobody's gonna want to get close to you nobody's going to want to invest the time now at the time that the majority of white young men favored democrats or republican party was aligned with the chamber commerce big business trade deals and so forth republican establishment was pushing the transpacific partnership the tpp paul ryan had rebuked trump's economic nationalist traded agenda at a gathering with the gop mega donors the coke brothers and let's see what else the gop leaders were also pushing back against trumps nationalism on immigration in two thousand sixteen during the campaign but now the trump's been in office for coming up you know year and a half and some of the most substantive lee positive economic changes in people's lifetimes remember we're talking about young people here who may have only voted for obama maybe the first candidate they voted for they're young and they lived through eight years of obama that was the norm and they heard obama the democrats and get used to it america's best days behind this this is the new normal we are here to manage the decline because america's past wasn't deserved we really weren't that wealthy we shouldn't have been that while we really are not qualified all that stuff they heard who knows how many of them believed it but here comes trump the changes in a year and a half compared to the previous eight years of their lives half to be overwhelmingly dramatic you got a guy who says you can do anything we're going to do anything we're gonna fix america we're gonna make america great again these are people that never heard that kinda talk that's who we're talking about here we we're talking about young people who only heard pessimism negativism can't do it and by the way these are people that were accused of being guilty these these people were responsible for all of the suffering and the plight of suffering and many disadvantaged people all over the country and who knows how they accepted it but because the women were that way the men had to bite the bullet and do whatever the women wanted but those days are over what are you rolling your eyes in there for you do you doubt me on that do you really doubt me don't don't i'm not even i'm not this is not sexism it's not it's not chauvinism it's not even stereotypical ism it just it just happens to well you can't wait on these young female journalists here all you're not having you thought about that we might be looking at another whole night of panel discussions on cnn or elsewhere over this it's the way of the world it's always been the way.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Women they were chasing liked obama and do not doubt me on this walks i mean you may think it's on stereotypical but it isn't even being critical it just tell you the way it is so in two thousand sixteen before trump's elected nearly fifty percent of young white men favored democrats thirty six percent of them favored the gop that fourteen point game has flipped young white men now favored the gop over the democrats by forty six to thirty seven percent the only difference is trump and the women that these guys route they're chasing have if they're still if if they hate trump if they're part of the never trump crab believe me they're not attractive nobody i mean if you're just if you're just filled with hate and rage and and what appears to be irrational hate and rage i mean nobody's gonna want to get close to you nobody's going to want to invest the time now at the time that the majority of white young men favored democrats or republican party was aligned with the chamber commerce big business trade deals and so forth republican establishment was pushing the transpacific partnership the tpp paul ryan had rebuked trump's economic nationalist traded gender at a gathering with the gop mega donors the coke brothers and let's see what else the gop leaders were also pushing back against trumps nationalism on immigration in two thousand sixteen during the campaign but now that trump's been in office for coming up you know year and a half and some of the most substantive lee positive economic changes in people's lifetimes remember we're talking about young people here who may have only voted for obama maybe the first candidate they voted for they're young and they lived through eight years of that was the norm and they heard obama the democrats and get used to it america's best days are behind this this is the new normal we are here to manage the decline because america's past wasn't deserved we really weren't that wealthy we shouldn't have been that while they we really not qualified all that stuff they heard who knows how many of them believed but here comes trump the changes in a year and a half compared to the previous eight years of their lives have to be overwhelmingly dramatic you got a guy who says you can do anything we're going to do anything we're gonna fix america we're gonna make america great again these are people that never heard that kinda talk that's who we're talking about here we we're talking about young people who only heard pessimism negativism can't do it and by the way these are people that were accused of being guilty these these people were responsible for all of the suffering and the plight of suffering and many disadvantaged people all over the country and who knows how they accepted it but because the women were that way the men had to bite the bullet and do whatever the women wanted but those days are over what are you rolling your eyes in there you do you doubt me on that do you really doubt me don't don't i'm not even i'm not this is not sexism it's not it's not chauvinism it's not even stereo typical ism it just it just happens to well you can't wait on these young female journalists here oh you're not having you thought about that we might be looking at another whole night of panel discussions on cnn or elsewhere over this it's the way of the world it's always been the way.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Since then and and the nice thing about it is you know we have open door policy in those states have said yeah please help us it's please walking in and we were set up in a position to where we can aid and assist those other state agencies and they're very grateful for we've even had some suppose zooms and and some gatherings of other groups from other states and come to arkansas so i think we're thank arkansas may be taken the lead in this as we have in several times over the years and i think that's very important but it's it's it's something that arkansas will have to deal with but it makes us all proud and and you know sitting here before we go to break i know another thing that's that i guess started about the time you came on that is a feather in the capital thank we're leader in the nation is a thing called arkansas youth shooting sports and we're right in the middle of that after the next break jimmy sale he's the coordinator the new coordinator that program but that's another area where we've taken the lead i think in leading the nation in involving kids and shooting trap in these school teams the shooting sports and everything is just it's a wonderful deal i say it in the local schools we get a lot of comments from all over the united states and and it's just a great program it fits in with our arthri initiative that that i started on when i come on as chairman to not want to explain our three times i've learned that reactivation of those that for to buy hunting license and get outdoors and in and i say that you know i had a gentleman had a chamber commerce dinner one night we showed the hundred the century observation video and everything and he isn't what we consider non consumptive usery wasn't really an outdoor hunter fisherman but after hearing the great things that we do with education shirt with the youth sports and the archery tournaments in in everything he said you know just to help support the game and fish commission in their education part of their agency he went online with a smartphone that particular time and.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Yeah so it's in some parts of the country this is obviously a pretty serious deal like in georgia so the chamber commerce puts on this event they're raising money for its they're raising money for a high school scholarship program and i'm guessing the scholarship for high school students scholarship to go to college anyway it's it's all for good it's free education charity and this is chamber of commerce so these are people that are they've somewhat got their life together you would think you would hope this is not a nighttime event is the middle of the day event but i'm guessing there are a few beers and there's a lot of competition right apparently so there's there's there's an argument about a score and all the sudden these big guys there's video these guys are big they're big men they're big men with khaki shorts and sleeveless shirts and the fist start flying and you're going to hear the audio this because the audio plays really well and we're not juicing up the audio we're not adding any sound effects or nothing at the very end this woman gets on it sounds like she's on a megaphone there's actually a little echo at our voice and she just she just raise these guys the riot act there's no mess around she reads them the riot act she takes charge she's the kind of woman we need to put over there with bring her with trump to to north korea.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"Eighty five percent of the folk in the south carolina system are expected to be released to nothing to know kind of support services no kind of job retraining they have excessive sentences which means that you have young people who go into the prison come out fifteen twenty thirty forty years later and have no skills of survival oftentimes no contact no family to support them the only solution to this problem in south carolina and around the country is to respect and to exercise the human rights and human dignity of the people that they hold in custody they need to release the elderly prisoners with the necessary supports ranging from access the foods sam's which they deny access to housing which they deny access to where possible job training and job placement in order to even get an department of motor vehicles identified card where you have to have a government id they have to jump through all kinds of hoops on one hand in order to get the government idea you have to have a birth certificate but in order to get your birth certificate you gotta have a government id that kind of torture and that kind of obvious gatien and frustration and people returning and attempting to readjust the state the goal is to maintain the prison industrial complex and to keep black people out of the job market even though they report the james alcala chamber commerce reports that they have sixty thousand on.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The national engines march was the best march on record for home sales in the austin metro the austin board of realtors says the twenty seven hundred home sold in march is ten percent higher than march of last year prices were up three point five percent the median price was three hundred and five thousand dollars homes on the market for only forty six days that's five fewer than march of last year the memo's of former fbi director james comey written on his meetings with president trump have now been made public this memo the percent capitol hill where call me says he told the president but the russians quote allegedly had paid involving him in prostitutes in moscow around twenty thirteen now call me says the trump apply both there were no prostitutes there were never any prostitutes he said that trump presumed that the hotels he stayed in for wired komi also says that that trump kind of discussed how there were women quote who falsely accused him of grabbing them or touching them he says that there was a stripper doesn't say anything through the stripper might be i'll just leave it at that the stripper and that the president gave me the sense he was defending himself to me that's fox's chad pergram reporting the us army's now considering austin as a possible site for a new technology program the aspen chamber commerce's drew chevrolet says the army wants to be closer to innovation and has austin on a list of possible sites for its army futures command that could mean big bucks for austin's tech in science sector this would be a command led by a multi star general and it would be a command that would have very significant purchasing power the army spends roughly seventy billion dollars a year on science and technology with the command post would come on about five hundred civilian and military personnel john kelly newsradio klbj harrison will spend the next two decades in prison for the death of fivemonthold brody havens at her georgetown home daycare brody's father read a powerful statement during her sentencing da sean dick says the family can now find a bit of closure obviously this is very hard on them very very emotional for them but they're obviously very pleased today the brody did receive justice or twenty year sentences for injury to a child she will also serve a two year sentence for tampering.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"To the extreme left idea that you can't cut taxes okay for anybody for anybody that's too bad because i think bike in the in the elections next year uh if this bill goes through and if the economy perc said because i believe will uh the republican party is gonna pick up seats in the house and they're gonna pick up seats in the senate because the democrats have no economic growth class they have no work or wages plan they have no business tax cut plans they've just play the very partisan hard game that's not working it's just not working so ms pelosi who i've interviewed several times down through the years um i actually like her personally i think she's on the wrong track as his chuck schumer and they are dragging the parts of the left and they'll to read my books they certainly said everything everybody should read we've posts up at our website it's a great thanks yes by the way it's calling jfk in the reagan revolution a secret history of american prosperity and one of the things you read in the blood is john kennedy gave the speech it was to the chamber commerce the economic club of new york then there was a terrific up out it sounds like president reagan and obviously president reagan based some of his rhetoric on john kennedy's rhetoric about helping the economy by letting people keep an invest their own money kennedy's beach in december of 1962 before the economics quote new york which unveil his frankly radical tax cut reform that was the laugher curve before there was a laugh and we note that in the book and nobody last right kennedy said that this astonished group he said the reason tax revenues are so low is because tax rates are so i and the best way to go to full employment and balance the budget with more revenues is to lower tax rates now and and he was on that will pay for its south and he wasn't lowering it from thirty nine point six percent to thirty seven percent like this all of us he lower the fun said ninety percent to seventy percent right yeah night ninety one percent to seventy his original request was.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Over a highly regarded operator covic or bear by miracle on elders of all on uh they went out now they are trading under a new name or are they are required elder customers but the first company way completely belly up uh or unknown reason for they will struggle reagan's what protracted abbas a consumer uh in in a company like this may were one of the up or or over an article that they act why not a good no trading under a new name on television and ask for milk or new investors and i was wondering are they required l with general albuq that airport but he was horrible one out of it and we have been so yes so here's here's the disappears the difference they have to have that information somewhere in some document but in terms of the sales people on the front lines trying to clear those sales do you know there's there's not and so in these situations i give people to resources one is the better business bureau the others finra to regulatory body for the industry you can file complaints you can you know if you're a harmed investor you can you can work through them so between the better business bureau chamber commerce probably wouldn't do a whole lot but between the regulatory body in the better business bureau as this becomes more and more of an issue then then that's when it's gonna really start to start to come up i mean do we saw that with the better business bureau different businesses in different cities would have more and more and.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB

AM-1230 WJOB

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB

"Maybe just maybe i'll get to love their feeling when you go into a movie in its hot in you come out and it's cold and maybe it's a waste to go to a movie i only look at the counter one uses talk amongst to selfemployed you the what do i have tonight i'll tell you what i have tomorrow and that is we are having one million cups here at w j o b that'll be alive studio audience if you're interested in the entrepreneurial community and you want to meet others who are of the same ilk there are a lot of good connections that are made here by people that are thinking in a similar hey it's all about innovation all about creating this community it's all about getting your own product out there or if you just want to see what it's all about you can come in and sit in the studio audience and ask a question or whatever now what are we have on thursday i will be out at uh the lakeshore chamber thing no that's actually on wednesday that's tomorrow also and i'll be part of all panel i'll be hosting the panel tomorrow with the lakeshore chamber commerce dinner nantel be uh i wanna see ansett dynasty but i'll get some more information on there if i remember correctly from gave ryan maybe have them call give him calling them are preview this so that i know what i'm talking about tomorrow and we are going to have a panel that's gonna talk about me india's role in economic development she even have a role now i am looking at silicone boulevard but keep one why don't.

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"chamber commerce" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"chamber commerce" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of the elite club known as the washington establishment that is the most important loyalty you have not to your party and it's particularly true of republicans republicans love and appreciate being permitted membership in this club because it's run by the left it's run by democrats it's run by globalists' and it's run by the media the washington establishment busy he leaked club the republicans are permitted to be in this club if they know their role and their role is to always support the establishment how else do you explain republicans also agreeing with everything of of importance in the democrat agenda like amnesty now most people say well that's because the republicans simply want to be updated on the voter register voters are they going to register republican republicans in side the beltway know full well that illegal immigrants granted amnesty are not going to register majority republican so pardon me but i don't accept that as the reason why republicans support amnesty a lot of people make the mistake of thinking that's why the democrats of course support amnesty for all the obvious reasons they need a permanent underclass they want to grow government they want to be in charge of it they need as many victims as possible incapable of taking care of themselves he legal immigrants it can't speak the language and can't get work are i deal and the democrats can't wait to go register the republicans don't really expect to register as voters the republicans answer to a different paymaster event in this case as a chamber of commerce chamber commerce commerce wants to these people for labor cheap labour oh you name it in seoul the republican those republicans.

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