Tuesday, April 8, 2014

4/8 Ken Mendez,Sanford Botkin, Ress Lloyd, Alvin Townley,Adm Bob Shumaker

Talkback Tuesday 8 April 2014
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST
Ken Oliver-Mendez  MRC Latino Director. "MRC Latino Finds Huge 6-1 Liberal Slant at Univision/Telemundo in Inaugural Study" (www.mrc.org)
Sanford C. Botkin (Sandy), Attorney and Certified Public Accountant, is the Chief Executive Officer and Principal Lecturer of the Tax Reduction Institute based in the Washington, D.C. area. He has extensive financial and legal experience, including five years as a legal specialist in the Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service."Tax Day is near and some strange things that are taxable" (http://sandybotkin.com/)

  Last hour of today's program 
  Due to problems only Mr Townley made it the last few minutes, The rest was all with  Rees      Lloyd 
Alvin Townley  Best-selling author has traveled the world to discover powerful stories of inspiration, adventure, and purpose. His journeys have led to his nationally-acclaimed books, Legacy of Honor, Spirit of Adventure, Fly Navy, and  now his latest : DEFIANT. THE POWs WHO ENDURED VIETNAM’S MOST INFAMOUS PRISON,THE WOMEN WHO FOUGHT FOR THEM, AND THE ONE WHO NEVER RETURNED. Alvin is a graduate of Washington & Lee University, he lives in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.  (St. Martin’s Press)( www.alvintownley.com)
Rear Admiral Bob Shumaker was born in Pennsylvania, the son of a lawyer and a writer.  After graduating from public schools he attended Northwestern University for a year and then the United States Naval Academy .After graduating in 1956 he attended flight training and eventually joined VF-32, a fighter squadron in Jacksonville, Florida. He was a finalist in the Apollo astronaut selection, but a temporary physical ailment prevented his selection. In 1964 he graduated with a master’s degree in aeronautical engineering from the United States Naval Postgraduate School and then joined VF-154 in San Diego, California. About this time he married Lorraine. Shortly after the birth of his son, Bob was deployed to Vietnam. In February 1965, while flying an F8 Crusader, he was shot down on a mission over North Vietnam, was captured, and spent the next eight years as a POW. Robert Shumaker retired from the United States Navy as a Rear Admiral in 1989,  and became an assistant dean at The George Washington University and later became the associate dean of the Center for Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota, from which he retired in 1991.he and his wife Lorraine reside in Virginia.
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