"Rock Talk"
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Allan Handleman

The Allan Handelman Show
For March 1, 2015

The Allan Handelman Show deals with all issues relevant to the Rock Culture, not just music. Rock Stars, newsmakers, pop culture icons and always the most amazing people in the world. Hear all sides of the story and listen to a variety of media. Then, make up your own mind. It's the Talk Show for people who don't even listen to talk shows.

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Attention online listeners:

  • **PLEASE NOTE: Allan's WSJS weekday show (Mon-Fri 3-6 PM) and the weekend syndicated show (Rock Talk) are two separate and very different shows. Both shows can now be heard on WSJS.COM. For now, the Sunday show also airs on WSJS 3-6 PM (ET).
     
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Among the guests and topics on this week's show:

  • JOHN STOSSEL: Straightforward and sometimes in-your-face, John Stossel is not afraid to shovel through the crap to get to the truth! Nearly 40 years ago, he had a lot to do with a whole new category of news, dedicated to protecting and informing consumers. His new show STOSSEL is on Friday's at 9pm ET on the Fox Business Network. http://stosselintheclassroom.org/. Here is a link to some previous shows: http://video.foxbusiness.com/playlist/stossel-full-episodes/

  • SEX EXPERT Dr. Sadie Allison. When you need answers about human sexuality and relationships, turn to Dr. Sadie. Among her book, Tickle His Pickle - Your Hands-On Guide To Penis Pleasing, Ride 'Em Cowgirl! Sex Position Secrets for Better Bucking, The Mystery of the Undercover Clitoris - Orgasmic Fingertip Touching Every Woman Craves, Tickle My Tush: Mild-To-Wild Analplay Adventures for Everybooty.

  • ALASKA MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION TOOK EFFECT TUESDAY. AND, DC MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION TOOK EFFECT THURSDAY BUT ONCE AGAIN REPUBLICANS WANT TO STOP IT. Initiative 71 passed overwhelmingly with more than 70% of the vote. Allan speaks with Eric Sterling, former council to the US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee. http://www.leap.cc/author/Eric/.

  • ROBERT VERA: His book tribute to his fallen friend: A Warrior's Faith: Navy SEAL Ryan Job, a Life-Changing Firefight, and the Belief That Transformed His Life. Get the true story of Navy SEAL Ryan ‘Biggles' Job, a central character in the American Sniper movie and book The biggest movie in America has a strong Arizona connection. American Sniper follows the life of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the most deadly sniper in American history, and his Navy SEAL Team 3 brothers. www.AWarriorsFaith.com.


John StosselJOHN STOSSEL: Straightforward and sometimes in-your-face, John Stossel is not afraid to shovel through the crap to get to the truth! His new show STOSSEL is on Friday's at 9pm ET on the Fox Business Network.

John Stossel hosts a weekly show, Stossel, on the Fox Business Channel and anchors several specials a year for Fox News. Before joining Fox in October 2009, he was co-anchor of ABC News's 20/20. He has been praised for his reporting on issues such as education, healthcare, consumer protection, government regulation, taxes, legal reform, and more.
John's weekly one-hour program, Stossel, airs Friday at 9pm Eastern time on the Fox Business Network and is rebroadcast Saturdays at 1am, 9pm, and 12 midnight, as well as Sundays at 9pm (all times Eastern).

John is the author of two national bestsellers - Give Me a Break and Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity: Why Everything You Know Is Wrong. His newest book is No They Can't: Why Government Fails - But Individuals Succeed.

His most recent TV specials include "What's Good About America," which covers American attitudes about things like entrepreneurship and free speech, and "Battle for the Future," in which free-marketers debate progressives about what road America should take. Previous specials include "John Stossel Goes to Washington," which observed how, under Democrats and Republicans, government keeps growing; "Tampering with Nature," which suggests that most tampering is a good thing; and "Are We Scaring Ourselves to Death?," which examined exaggerated fears of things like chemicals and crime.

John has received 19 Emmy Awards. He has been honored five times for excellence in consumer reporting by the National Press Club. Among his other awards are the George Polk Award for Outstanding Local Reporting and the George Foster Peabody Award.

Follow him on Twitter, visit his page on FOX Business News, or check out Stossel in the Classroom. Here is a link to full episodes of John's previous shows.


Sadie Allison - click to go to TickleKitty.comClick to buyMeet SEX EXPERT Dr. Sadie Allison.

When you need answers about human sexuality and relationships, turn to Dr. Sadie. Among her book, Tickle His Pickle - Your Hands-On Guide To Penis Pleasing, Ride 'Em Cowgirl! Sex Position Secrets for Better Bucking, The Mystery of the Undercover Clitoris - Orgasmic Fingertip Touching Every Woman Craves, Tickle My Tush: Mild-To-Wild Analplay Adventures for Everybooty.

She is more than a leading sex authority - she's gifted with the ability to speak about this sensitive topic with empathy, accuracy and humor - putting individuals and couples at ease as they learn about their own sexual pleasure.

Dr. SadieAllison holds a Doctorate in Human Sexuality and is a member of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors (AASECT). As founder and CEO of Tickle Kitty, Inc., her signature sex-help books, sensual pleasure kits and sex lubricants enable her to help people find even greater sexual fulfillment in their lives.

Her friendly, telegenic persona lands her frequent guest spots on TV and radio, including Tyra, E! Entertainment Television, Talk Sex with Sue Johanson, Dr. Drew's Loveline and the Bob & Tom Show. She is a sought-after speaker, and is often quoted in national magazines, such as Cosmopolitan, Redbook and Men's Health.

Find Sadie at TickleKitty.com and DrSadie.com.


ALASKA MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION TOOK EFFECT TUESDAY.
DC MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION TOOK EFFECT THURSDAY BUT REPUBLICANS WANT TO STOP IT.

Initiative 71 passed overwhelmingly with more than 70% of the vote. Allan speaks with Eric Sterling, former council to the US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee.

Washington D.C. - Adults 21 and older will be permitted to possess up to two ounces for personal use and grow up to six plants (three of which can be mature). Public consumption, driving under the influence, youth possession and any exchange of money for marijuana outside of the existing medical marijuana dispensaries in the District, will still be prohibited.

"Legalization has come to Congress's backyard," said Maj. Neill Franklin (Ret.), executive director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), an organization of criminal justice professionals opposed to the drug war. "The only question now is will they be the leaders their constituents voted for and allow the DC Council to tax and regulate the product, or will they prop up the criminal market by keeping sales underground?" 

Initiative 71 passed overwhelmingly with more than 70% of the vote. Despite some Congressional opposition to taxing and regulating recreational marijuana sales, the D.C. Council is pushing forward a legalization bill that responsibly addresses the public safety issues associated with marijuana regulation. The Marijuana Legalization and Regulation Act of 2015 has already been discussed in public hearings. A majority of the testimony was in favor of the bill, and made a variety of arguments such as focusing law enforcement on more important crimes, reducing the racially disparate impact of marijuana enforcement, reducing youth access to marijuana, generating revenue for the city, and creating new legal jobs for D.C. residents.

Under the law, possession or smoking on federal property (which amounts to 18% of the land in D.C.) remains a federal crime. Caution should be taken by those traveling with the permitted amount of marijuana to avoid federal property. District residents are advised to review a map of federal land and some basic rules in order to comply with the complex interplay of federal and District laws.

The spending bill passed by Congress in December for this fiscal year denies D.C. any funding to enact marijuana legalization. But because D.C. attorneys have determined that Initiative 71 requires no funding to implement, with the Congressional review period required by the D.C. home rule law about to expire, the law is set to take effect at 12:01 a.m. Feb. 26.

LEAP is committed to ending the failed drug policies that have fueled dangerous underground markets and gang violence, fostered corruption and racially disparate law enforcement, and largely ignored the public health crisis of addiction, diverting the penal system's attention from more important violent crime, all while spending almost one trillion dollars over the past 40 years.

http://www.leap.cc/author/Eric/



Click to buyRobert Vera's book tribute to his fallen friend: A Warrior's Faith: Navy SEAL Ryan Job, a Life-Changing Firefight, and the Belief That Transformed His Life. Vera is now available for interviews via phone, Skype or in-studio, depending on location. Get the true story of Navy SEAL Ryan ‘Biggles' Job, a central character in the American Sniper movie and book The biggest movie in America has a strong Arizona connection. American Sniper follows the life of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the most deadly sniper in American history, and his Navy SEAL Team 3 brothers.

The movie version of American Sniper was adapted from Kyle's New York Times #1 bestselling book, which he dedicated to Navy SEAL teammate and close friend Ryan "Biggles" Job, a central character in the book and film. Hollywood actor Jake McDorman portrays Ryan Job in the film, while co-producer Bradley Cooper plays Chris Kyle.

As the movie American Sniper shows, Chris Kyle and Ryan Job were on a rooftop in Ramadi, Iraq when an enemy sniper shot Job in the face and gravely wounded him. Job miraculously survived, his brother SEALs took him to safety, but Job was rendered permanently blind, as captured in one of the movie's most harrowing sequences.

Shortly after returning stateside for facial reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation, Ryan Job settled with his wife Kelly in Scottsdale, where he attended Scottsdale Bible Church, became involved in wounded veterans' causes and befriended Robert Vera.

For two years, Job and Vera met with one another almost every day. Vera says that all people suffer in this life and most don't see it as an opportunity for greatness, but Ryan Job was extraordinary because, like the biblical Job, this young blinded man ‘saw' reasons to rejoice in his suffering - and he gave that joy to everyone in his life.

Robert Vera says that Ryan Job's real life story is more complex and more inspiring than portrayed in the movie American Sniper.

Vera, a former U.S. Senate aide on military affairs, trained with Job in the hills around Phoenix for Job's blind hike to the summit of Mt. Rainier, one of the most dangerous peaks in America. He and Job were close friends who also trained together to race Ironman triathlons. Yet these conquests are minor compared to Job's good humor and the rest of his life.

After surviving the deadly attack in Iraq, after struggles at home to conquer his injuries, Ryan Job's wife was expecting their first child. Then, shockingly, Ryan died of a medical overdose at Maricopa County Medical Center.

In 2009, hundreds of Navy SEALs came from around the globe to pay their respects at Ryan Job's funeral in Scottsdale, where Robert Vera gave the eulogy. Vera also attended Kyle's 2013 funeral service in Texas.

A Warrior's Faith chronicles Ryan Job's vision and amazing life from the time he was physically blinded in combat to his shocking death.

See the photo gallery and at Robert Vera's website www.AWarriorsFaith.com and www.Facebook.com/pages/A-Warriors-Faith.



 

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