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Sept. 28, 2015: Power, Pope Francis, and presidential politics

On this week’s show,  we tackled a number of topics in an kind of “rapid fire” manner

Energy Mix all-of-the-above energyFirst, we talked power, as in energy.
-Shell decides to end their drilling in the Chukchi Sea, Alaska.
Polar bear      -Elon Musk unveils a new way to power your home.
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We then moved on to Pope Francis’s visit to the U.S. and his historic speech before a joint session of Congress
20150924-Pope-Congress-Moses                                                                    (He managed to make both sides unhappy)

And we finished the show talking presidential politics.
-Hilary might have lost her “frontrunner” status.
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Race for the Cure 2015: a wet but wonderful day.

This past Saturday was the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure here in Greenville and we, at Another Voice, had a great team. teamWe had a couple of guys from Occupy the Microphone:
       Gorgeous Gregg          and      Double A, the Rock and Roll Diehard (Pictured with Jonthan)
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CJ showed us all how to really do the Race for the Cure.  He, not only ran it, he finished in 6th place.
cjFamily was there as well,
my daughter, Jeni and the reason for my involvement, my mom (Again, there’s Jonathan)
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Jonathan, of course, was there
and finally, I was there.
12019865_10206836546485942_5486617980707010331_nThe Race had great turnout:
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and there were lots of survivors which is why we do this all.
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Let’s do this again next year!

Sept. 20, 2015 Podcast: The police and us.

This week’s show was all about the relationship between the police and us and how it has changed over the past decades, what things might need to change, and what we can do.
changesObviously, there is far more to explore than we were able to do in one podcast, so we will revisit this topic again in the future.

Don’t forget to join our team for Race for the Cure here. The Race is this Saturday at the Heritage Park in Simpsonville.  Come help us make a difference in our community by raising funds for breast cancer research and for ensuring every woman that needs a mammogram can get one.

 

Sept. 15, 2015 Podcast: Regulations a good thing? and #BlackLivesMatters a hate group?

We began this week’s show discussing regulations and the seeming inconsistent use of them by some in our community.
federal-regulatory-burdens-ice-osha-compliance-874x1024We tried to understand how folks can complain regularly about how regulations are bad, crushing the life out of business and yet cheer and applaud when these same types of regulations are used to close down places they oppose.

We also dove into the growing attack against the #BlackLivesMatter movement as a hate group and as a group fostering a war on police.  black
There is still time to join our Race for the Cure team.  Just click here to join.
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