EP 25: Long-Term Care Advice from Matt McCann

EP 25: Long-Term Care Advice from Matt McCann

 
 
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Medicare open enrollment begins today (Oct. 15) and ends Dec. 7. It’s just one part of retirement planning. Long-term care…

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EP 24: Congressman Cleaver Criticizes Toxic Kavanaugh Debate

EP 24: Congressman Cleaver Criticizes Toxic Kavanaugh Debate

 
 
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Less than two hours after Senator Susan Collins of Maine announced she was voting to approve Judge Brett Kavanaugh for…

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EP 23: Bonus Content with Jeff Richgels about Successful Blogging

EP 23: Bonus Content with Jeff Richgels about Successful Blogging

 
 
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Jeff Richgels in Episode 21 told us about his long successful career in newspaper journalism at Capital Newspapers in Madison,…

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EP 21: The Power of Online Journalism with Jeff Richgels, Capital Newspapers

EP 21: The Power of Online Journalism with Jeff Richgels, Capital Newspapers

 
 
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The printed newspaper faces its stiffest competition from online journalism because nearly anyone with an Internet presence can compete against…

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EP 20: Travel Tip, What to Do Before Boarding the Plane

EP 20: Travel Tip, What to Do Before Boarding the Plane

 
 
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This episode and series topic is for you if you’re one who loves to travel and wants to learn tips…

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EP 19: Bonus Content about Nike, Tiger Woods Trumps Colin Kaepernick

EP 19: Bonus Content about Nike, Tiger Woods Trumps Colin Kaepernick

 
 
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Nike reported fiscal year 2019 1st quarter earnings Tuesday after the close of trade at the New York Stock Exchange. At the same time, Tiger Woods trumped Colin Kaepernick as the real marketing face of Nike, and making any talk of boycotting the company a feckless effort

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EP 18: Colin Kaepernick and the Nike Boycott: Believable or BS?

EP 18: Colin Kaepernick and the Nike Boycott: Believable or BS?

 
 
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Nike reports quarterly earnings on September 25 and we’ll find out if a boycott against the company for choosing Colin Kaepernick as a spokesman during the NFL season, even though company executives are aware of how people think about him kneeling during the playing of the National Anthem before game as his protest what the American flag represents. This isn’t the first sports-related retail company protest. But is this unorganized protest against Nike effective? Simon Says posed the question to Rob Plaza, Senior Vice President at Key Private Bank and regular expert for financial news on Simon Says.  He oversees earnings of major companies like Nike.

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EP 15: Scott Simon’s One Year Anniversary Date with Death

EP 15: Scott Simon’s One Year Anniversary Date with Death

 
 
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At the exact time one year ago from the time and date this episode is published, 10:15 a.m. PDT on September 8, 2018, I had one foot through death’s door, and today, I tell my story leading up to what happened that day which will remind me and haunt me forever.

I am telling this story as a narration of my life, events, and things on my mind leading up to that fateful day.

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EP 14: On Labor Day, a Bipartisan Effort for Labor and Business

EP 14: On Labor Day, a Bipartisan Effort for Labor and Business

 
 
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On Labor Day 2019, Simon Says focuses on the effort in Missouri where politicians from both major parties are working together to grow business and labor, instead of partisan bickering we hear too often.

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EP 13: When Journalists Become the Story

EP 13: When Journalists Become the Story

 
 
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Journalists are becoming bigger than the stories they are assigned to report, but not in a good way. Their image is judged by viewers by how they act doing their jobs. Too many journalists want to become the story and not report the story.

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