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Time to Race for the Cure again!

indexSusan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure this year will be on Sept. 26th and will be held at Heritage Park in Simpsonville and Another Voice will have a team again this year.
kickcancer_tshirt_closeup_proof [343995]We’d love for you to join us.  You can run the 5k, walk the 5k or even Sleep-in for the Cure!  Our team is growing and we want you to be the next one to join.  Here is where you can sign up.  We can make a difference in our community in the fight against breast cancer.

Oh, and you could also donate directly to Susan G. Komen in our team’s name here.

A quick shout out to the wonderful folks at Velocity Printing.  Laura created the fantastic design above that is gong to be on our team t-shirt.  Thank you Laura and Velocity!  Make certain to check out Velocity for all your graphics, marketing and printing needs.

Remembering those who gave all, those who raced to help and those who were left behind. Sept. 11, 2001


Sept. 7, 2015 Podcast: The “Trumping” of America and a “Referendum” President.

This week’s show focused exclusively on the Presidential race.

First, we analyzed what I like to describe as the “Trumping” of America, an attempt to explain how Donald Trump leads all Republicans in the latest polls in spite of things he has said and done.

Then we took a look at the latest entry on the Democratic side of the presidential race: Harvard professor, Larry Lessig who describes himself as a referendum presidential candidate.

Don’t forget to join Another Voice’s Race for the Cure team, as a runner, walker, sleeper and/or donator.  Visit here to join us!

August 24, 2015 Podcast: Weekday with Bernie and Opting out.

This week we took a look at the other side of the aisle in the race for the White House with a review of Bernie Sanders and his visit to Greenville.
bernieWe were joined in this review by friend of the show, Double A, the Rock and Roll Diehard from Occupy the Microphone

We then spent sometime looking at a growing movement for parents to opt their children out of standardized testing, a potentially more.
optProposed legislation in both houses of the SC Legislature brought this subject to the our attention.

Here is an interesting article regarding alternatives to standardized testing that our lawmakers should be focusing on rather than merely allowing some to “opt out.”

August 16, 2015 Podcast: Presidential politics and political correctness.

On this week’s show we took a look at presidential politics with an analysis of the first Republican Presidential debate of the 2016 race.
And that led us to a discussion about political correctness.
politWe looked, not only at PC run amok, but also how some have used opposition to political correctness to excuse just plain rudeness or only use it when it applies to someone or something they oppose.