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Special Co - Host, Former Navy Seal (Chris Beck) who has transitioned into Kristin Beck
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March 14, 2016 07:35 AM PDT
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On this show Kristin and I free style it at a very fast pace – moving from one topic to the next, sometimes circling back again, and even finding a way to connect various topics to one another. We discuss the problems in the Middle East – Hamas, Israel, the Palestinian’s and Iraqi. We talk about Transgender rights and how things are progressing and her current run for congress in Maryland.

Meet the dirtiest cops in NYC history. Michael Dowd and his crew stole money and dealt drugs while patrolling the streets of 1980s Brooklyn. Please excuse my voice I was battling a vicious cold.
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February 22, 2016 11:01 AM PST
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In the 1980s, Brooklyn, New York was considered crack capital of the world. Mike Dowd worked the 75th precinct in the East New York neighborhood of Brooklyn, which was considered to be the most dangerous precinct in United States at the time. The 75th precinct had one of the highest murder rates in the country. Mike Dowd describes being under-appreciated for the amount of work he put in and hurting for money as the reasons for taking money from drug dealers. He initially began taking bribes from drug dealers on the streets before moving on to protecting a drug cartel leader and robbing from other drug dealers at gunpoint. Mike and his then-partner Chickie recount the first time walking into a domestic dispute in an apartment and seeing bags of marijuana, a duffle bag filled with approximately $20,000 in cash and two guns. Mike communicated that he and his partner would take the duffle bag and guns. Mike continued to rob drug dealers for thousands of dollars. Mike's partner Chickie resigned shortly after multiple police officers were arrested in the 77th precinct for corruption related offenses.

Ken Eurell, a police officer at the 75th precinct, was then assigned as officer Dowd's new partner in June 1987. Ken had a drinking problem and frequently drank on the job. Officers Dowd and Eurell met a Dominican gang leader by the name of Adam Diaz. Diaz ran The Diaz Organization, a gang that was responsible for countless murders and drug trafficking throughout New York. Diaz used several supermarkets in East New York as fronts to traffic drugs, mainly cocaine. Dowd and Eurell began a working relationship with Diaz, where they provided protection, inside information and raids and moving kilos of cocaine.

After numerous complaints and a prolonged investigation, the Suffolk County Police Department arrested Dowd and Eurell on drug trafficking charges. Dowd and Kenny came out on bail. While out on bail, Dowd concocted a plan with the Colombian gang to kidnap and rob a woman. Dowd's plan was to hand the woman over to the Colombians and for Dowd and Eurell to take the money and flee the United States. Eurell agreed to Dowd's kidnapping scheme but instead went to Internal Affairs. Shortly after, Dowd was arrested in July 1991 and sent to trial. Dowd was the main focus of the 1992 Mollen Commission that investigated police corruption in the NYPD.[4] In the wake of Dowd's arrest, Mayor Dinkins appointed The Mollen Commission to investigate police corruption within the NYPD, as a result dozens of officers across the city’s precincts were arrested.
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Why I jumped – How far can Postpartum depression push a women?
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February 03, 2016 07:35 AM PST
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On July 19, 2004, an amazing story, accompanied by incredible video footage, broke across network and cable news programs. After a high-speed chase to the top of Leo Frigo Memorial Bridge in Green Bay, Wisconsin, a young woman stopped, calmly stepped out of her car, walked to the edge of the bridge--and jumped. State trooper Les Boldt raced over, thrust out his hand, and in a miracle of timing and determination, snagged the woman's wrist as she started the plunge. Other officers ran to his aid, and they pulled the woman to safety while the on-dash police cam captured the action. That woman on the edge was Tina Zahn. This interview gives a glimpse of what led to such severe depression that suicide seemed the only answer.

Mold experts, Dr. Ann Corson & Bill Young, discuss mold related health issues and mold remediation.
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December 12, 2015 09:17 AM PST
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Ann F Corson MD LLC Kennett Square Office 404 McFarlan Rd Ste 201Kennett Square, PA 19348 (610) 444-8901 –

MOLD 'N MORE DECONTAMINATION
602 Jeffers Cir.
Exton, PA 19341(610) 590-0380
www.moldnmoredecon.com
Contact: YOUNG, BILL

Mold can be found in homes, offices, schools, and health clubs anywhere water can collect. Mold can have a profound impact on our health. Infants, children, the elderly, individuals with respiratory conditions, allergies, asthma and Immunocompromised patients are at risk for feeling the full force mold contamination.

Harmful effects of molds -

•Nasal and sinus congestion
•Cough/sore throat
•Chest tightness
•Dyspnea (breathing difficulty)
•Asthma (or exacerbation of it)
•Epistaxis (nosebleed)
•Upper respiratory tract infections
•Headache
•Skin and eye irritation

Kathleen Harte Simone - Founder of Philafieldhockey.com / If you love field hockey – this is the show for you.
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November 16, 2015 12:49 PM PST
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HUGE FIELD HOCKEY EVENT - KATHLEEN HARTE SIMONE founder of Philafieldhockey.com and LONGSTRETH FIELD HOCKEY are proud to present the 2015 Senior All-Star Game, showcasing the BEST OF THE BEST from 111 Philadelphia-area high schools. The All-Star Game will be held at Christopher Dock High School in Lansdale on Sunday, November 22, 2015, at 1:00 p.m. Philafieldhockey.com - Promotes college, high school, club and youth field hockey in the Philadelphia-area including Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties, as well as college players hailing from the area. If you love field hockey and can't get enough, this is the site for you — scores, schedules, player and team stats, game recaps, news, camp and clinic info, college commitments, player profiles, and much more.

The Dream Interpreter - Jefferson Harman. How dreams and religion mix. Or do they?
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November 07, 2015 09:10 AM PST
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Jefferson Harman is a Symbolic Intuitive, Dream Interpreter, Radio Personality ... He conducts workshops on various topics including Dream Interpretation. On this show we talk about how dreams and religion mix. Or do they>

Part 2 - Michelle Dresbold, author of - Sex, Lies, and Handwriting: Reveals the Secrets Hidden in Your Handwriting.
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October 10, 2015 09:09 AM PDT
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Michelle Dresbold has been called the Sherlock Holmes of handwriting. For the past 10 years, she has been helping law enforcement agencies around the country put away the "bad guys." A graduate of the United States Secret Service's Advanced Document Examination training program, Michelle consults to private attorneys, police departments, and prosecutors throughout the United States. She is considered one of the top experts in the nation on handwriting identification, (including anonymous letters and suspected forgeries), personality profiling, and threat analysis. She has testified in a wide variety of cases including arson, embezzlement, voting fraud, forgery, stalking, and murder. She is the author of Sex, Lies, and Handwriting, published by Simon and Schuster's Free Press, and writes a weekly syndicated column, The Handwriting Doctor, which appears in newspapers throughout the United States. Michelle is also an accomplished artist, who has shown her work in galleries and museums across the country.

Part Two - In 1981, Warshaw went to work for Atari after an short unchallenging time at Hewlett-Packard. His first success, Yars' Revenge, became extremely popular and is still regarded as one of the best games made for the Atari 2600. This led Warshaw to
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September 26, 2015 09:16 AM PDT
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In 1981, Warshaw went to work for Atari after an short unchallenging time at Hewlett-Packard. His first success, Yars' Revenge, became extremely popular and is still regarded as one of the best games made for the Atari 2600. This led Warshaw to be picked as the designer of the game adaptation of the film Raiders of the Lost Ark, which was also a commercial success and was critically acclaimed at the time. It was his success on Raiders that led to Warshaw being chosen to design and program the ill-fated Atari 2600 adaptation of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Problems began early as he was only given five weeks to go from concept to finished product. Warshaw was assisted by Jerome Domurat, a graphics designer at Atari. Although the game was finished on time, it was poorly received and seen as being confusing and frustrating. Atari took a major financial loss on the project which, combined with other poor business decisions and conditions, led to the company being divided and sold within two years. During this time, Warshaw developed and almost finished another game called Saboteur. He left the company before it was completed. It was then re-adapted into a game based on the television series The A-Team but this also remained unfinished. Atari was dismantled before either version could be released. In the 2014 movie, The Rise and Fall of Atari, Warshaw is quoted as saying that all his games sold over 1 million copies.

Michelle Dresbold, author of - Sex, Lies, and Handwriting: Reveals the Secrets Hidden in Your Handwriting.
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September 19, 2015 09:18 AM PDT
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Michelle Dresbold has been called the Sherlock Holmes of handwriting. For the past 10 years, she has been helping law enforcement agencies around the country put away the "bad guys."

A graduate of the United States Secret Service's Advanced Document Examination training program, Michelle consults to private attorneys, police departments, and prosecutors throughout the United States. She is considered one of the top experts in the nation on handwriting identification, (including anonymous letters and suspected forgeries), personality profiling, and threat analysis. She has testified in a wide variety of cases including arson, embezzlement, voting fraud, forgery, stalking, and murder.

She is the author of Sex, Lies, and Handwriting, published by Simon and Schuster's Free Press, and writes a weekly syndicated column, The Handwriting Doctor, which appears in newspapers throughout the United States. Michelle is also an accomplished artist, who has shown her work in galleries and museums across the country.

Former Iranian hostage (Mr. Barry Rosen) talks about his 444 days in captivity and his life after .
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July 11, 2015 09:10 AM PDT
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Nov 4th 1979, 52 Americans (diplomats with internationally recognized rights) are taken hostage In Iran and held for 444 days. Paraded around as trophies and bargaining chips in a high stakes game of international politics and religious fanaticism. Isolated, abused and sometimes tortured. Learn how Mr. Rosen and the other hostages were able to survive their long ordeal. Learn how their negotiated (through the Algerian government) release came with some fine print that continues to haunt the surviving hostages to this day.

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