welfare podcasts

005: Emergency Preparedness

Barbara Salsbury talks about her vast experience with emergency preparedness. Barbara explains the difference between...

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Black America: According to Walter Williams

Today's show focuses on sexism and racism. Sexism portrayed by some women against men for office conditions, among...

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FDR3042 15 Reasons to Date a Single Mom - Rebutted!

Recently an eHarmony article discussed the top 15 Reasons to Date a Single Mom. Stefan Molyneux goes through the the...

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The Drudge Goes On Welfare

Jason gets on his soapbox and talks about the bill approval for drug testing for Welfare in texas. Also some...

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Episode 76 - Election Fallout

In this new shorter, much more singularly focused episode Rob takes a look at all of the fallout from election day...

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#51: "My Staff Did It..."

The gang breaks down the apparent tendency for Democrats to govern against the wishes of their base, while...

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FDR3049 The Truth About Welfare: Past, Present and Future

In 1964, President Lyndon Johnson declared an “unconditional war on poverty in America” - not simply to “relieve the...

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Locomotion Scoring

Its not Little Eva, Its Dr. Nennich who this week discusses Locomotion and Lameness scoringin your herd.

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Calf Nesting Scores

In this week's Dairy Digest Dr. Mike Schutz discusses making your calves more comfortable, using calf nesting scores.

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Food Safety and Animal Welfare Perceptions

Today on the Dairy Digest, Melissa McKendree discusses how the twin topics of food safety and animal welfare affect...

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Ralph Nader: Live at Politics & Prose

Ralph Nader discusses his book, Unstoppable, and takes questions from the audience. Live at Politics & Prose is a...

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China's proposed ivory ban: breakthrough or BS?

China's surprise announcement that it will phase out the trade and manufacturing of ivory came as a rare piece of...

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Equinely-Inclined 76: Racing Horse of the Year and the HBOC News Hour

Sylvia Schneider and Diana Balbar discuss the latest equine news including week one of the Winter Equestrian Festival...

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The Unemployment Conundrum

Richard Epstein discusses why raising the minimum wage and extending unemployment benefits would hurt employment...

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Alexandria One of Best 100 Communities for Youth

Hear an interview with Ron Frazier, Director of the Office of Youth Services, discuss why Alexandria is a great place...

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Mentor a Child. Change Two Lives.

Mike Mackey, Alexandria's Gang Prevention Coordinator, discusses the City's mentoring programs for youth and how...

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Alexandria's Committment to Human Rights

Jean Niebauer discusses the background and history of the Citys Human Rights Commission,and how the Office of Human...

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Preventing Gang Violence Before it Starts - A Regional Initiative

Court Service Unit Director Lillian Brooks, and Mike Mackey, Gang Prevention and Intervention Liaison, discuss the...

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