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The Morning Edge 04/16/14
April 16, 2014 06:53 AM PDT
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Augi and Henry Raines discuss the true cost of electronic stock trading and the Bundy Ranch stand off.

Guest: JOE SEARS is co-author and co-star of Tuna Does Vegas, as well as co-author and co-star of the wildly successful Tuna Trilogy. Mr. Sears has been touring extensively with the Tuna Trilogy productions since 1982. His sixth tour of A Tuna Christmas included his Broadway debut for which he received a 1995 Tony Award-nomination for Best Actor in a Play. The first record-breaking year included a command performance for President and Mrs. George Bush at the White House. Mr. Sears' Washington, DC engagement of A Tuna Christmas earned him his third nomination for the Helen Hayes Award for Best Actor. A Tuna Christmas was also nominated for Best Play. Mr. Sears also received nominations in 1984 and 1988 for the Helen Hayes Award for his performance in Greater Tuna. He originated these roles off-Broadway when Greater Tuna premiered in 1982 and has performed in the highly successful national tours and co-wrote and starred in the Embassy Television/ Norman Lear Special of Greater Tuna which aired on HBO. Mr. Sears has been acting professionally for more than 30 years.

The Morning Edge 04/14/14
April 14, 2014 07:06 AM PDT

Augi and Henry Raines discuss 2nd Amendment rights, Florida's proposed law to carry your gun in times of emergency, Atty General Eric Holder's overreach, US blocking Iran's choice for ambassador to the UN, Kathleen Sebelius talks about her resignation, healthcare uninsured falls significantly and Wade Sears touts Greater Tuna at The Manatee Players.

The Morning Edge 04/11/14
April 11, 2014 07:04 AM PDT

Augi and Henry Raines discuss CBS replacing David Letterman with Stephen Colbert, Rush Limbaugh's reaction to the announcement, Kathleen Sebelius' resignation, NATO buildup over Ukraine and Augi shares a sample of his college art class teaching.

The Morning Edge 04/09/14
April 08, 2014 10:40 PM PDT

Augi and Henry Raines discuss latest data from Medicare on doctors' reimbursements and disagree on the conclusions, tensions heating up over Ukraine again, the revelation that Rev Al Sharpton was an FBI informant and the latest on Manatee County Supervisor of Elections Michael Bennett.

The Morning Edge 04/04/14
April 04, 2014 06:52 AM PDT
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Augi and Henry Raines discuss seeing Congressional candidate Henry Lawrence and his band perform.

Guest: Rich Pierro, ChFC, ChHC, CLU, RHU, K&P Benefits Consultants, www.kpins.com , one of just 200 certified experts on the Affordable Care Act, talks about healthcare exchanges and the progress of implementation. www.kpins.com (941)753-3053

The Morning Edge 04/02/14
April 02, 2014 06:46 AM PDT

Augi and Henry Raines discuss President Obama's victory lap speech on the successful enrollment numbers for the Affordable Care Act, what it means for the November elections, what's inside the numbers, opponents still spouting misinformation on Obamacare and Rep Paul Ryan releases a budget blueprint.

The Morning Edge 03/31/14
March 31, 2014 07:06 AM PDT

Augi and Henry Raines discuss today's deadline for Obamacare enrollment, Healthcare.gov's shutdown overnight, how to find help from an ACA navigator, Jeb Bush's presidential ambitions as well other Republcan hopefuls in Las Vegas this weekend and the latest moves on Ukraine.

The Morning Edge 03/28/14
March 31, 2014 05:07 AM PDT

 
The Morning Edge 03/26/14
March 26, 2014 07:14 AM PDT

Guest: James C Kennedy remembers watching his classmates learn to swim at the local YMCA while he and other black students watched by the fence. He remembers paying five cents to see a picture at the theater in a roped off "black" section.

And he clearly remembers the fateful day in 1938 when he joined other young black men at a jailhouse in Coatesville to stop an unjust lynching, ready to die themselves.

Soon after, Kennedy joined the school board, becoming its first black president. From there, he won a seat on South Coatesville's council, then became its mayor.

At age 96, the Democrat is leaving public office. The decision is less about his heart than his stamina.

The Morning Edge 03/24/14
March 25, 2014 10:24 PM PDT

 

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