GraYce NYC Network
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Join the Hamberger Man as he interviews Don Sneigowsky Publisher / Editor of Blue Mau Mau. If you're thinking Franchisees, you don't want to miss this one.
Hello all, Happy Holidays. Thankyou for listening to my interview with Elliot Ackerman COO of Americans Elect americanselect.org
In case you have not heard this is an Internet based process for the American people to by pass the primary process (circus) and directly nominate a candidate on line and to then have that candidate appear on the ballot in all fifty states. The theme is Pick a President not a Party.
As you know I am totally fed up with the RepubliCrats and their absurd posturing to their own lunatic fringe. It has got to stop.
It is a very well thought out process and seemingly well funded. The platform of the candidates will be formulated by the delegates aka us and not the party hacks. The questionnaire for the platform covers the entire political spectrum that I know of and is an interesting process.
I have talked this up to a number of people and am amazed that despite everyone complaining most are skeptical and think this is pie in the sky. You know like Boston winning a World Series. Perhaps, we need to open our minds and not allow the good to be held hostage to the perfect.
We did it via Skype so the sound is not perfect due to acoustical differences in two locations so you may have to adjust volume.
The Hamberger Man discusses the latest Middle East Crisis, "Should Palestine become a Country?" with long time friend and attorney Howard Yagerman.
Mr. Yagerman began his legal career as counsel for the Subcommittee for Juvenile Justice, a temporary committee formed by the New York State Senate. He then served as the Director of Juvenile Justice Institute Division of Criminal Justice Services. Mr. Yagerman also served as Acting Commission for the New York City Department of Probation and as the Associate Executive Director of the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
Mr. Yagerman has taught courses at the University of Delaware, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Brooklyn College and Kingsborough Community College. He has also presented continuing legal education lectures in the areas of domestic relations and child support.
Mr. Yagerman entered private practice in 1991 concentrating in Family Law and Matrimonial issues. He joined forces with Ms. Burger in 2003 forming the partnership of Burger & Yagerman, LLP. In 2007, Mr. Yagerman and Ms. Burger asked Ms. Green to join the firm.