Category Archives: Podcasts

You’ve found them! These posts are Maria’s podcasts with descriptions of the content of each of Maria’s shows.

New Year Predictions

Maria Sanchez is back and we will be presenting our New Year’s hopes for America as well as our predictions on what we think might happen and what to expect in the near term for 2017, including the inauguration/nominations.

 

 

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John Glenn

 

No guest this week but topics on the agenda are the passing of John Glenn, Pizzagate, Trump appointments, the recounts, the stock market and more!

 

 

 

 

 

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Dakota Access Pipe Line – DAPL

Our guest is Stephanie Staie, an environmentalist with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from University of California at Santa Barbara who is taking an active role in the Dakota pipeline controversy. With her lineage to the Lakota Sioux, she is requesting people not to support the major banks that are providing financial capital for the pipeline. So join the conversation on this provocative subject this Sunday.

 

 

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Fidel

We’ll cover current events such as the death of Fidel Castro and what that means for Cuba and America, Trump’s latest round of appointees and much more!

 

 

 

 

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Heart of Change

Image result for political changeHow do you feel about the Electoral College? This week we have guest Michael Baer who started the online campaign to Abolish the Electoral College on MoveOn.org .  Abolishing the Electoral College would require an amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  Michael would like to see presidential elections decided by the popular vote. One person; one vote should determine the one leader who is supposed to answer to all the people of America. For the first two years, Michael’s petition received only 2,000 signatures.  In the last 10 days, it has received more than a half a million additional signatures.  The petition will be delivered to the President of the United States, and members of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.

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