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DHS Theatre presents First Date

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DHS Theatre Company presents Fisrt Date

Book by Autin Winsberg

Music and Lyrics by Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner

Directed by Gwyneth Bruch

Musical Direction by William Zinn

Choreography by Tessa Hickman

Set Designer: Samantha Reno

Light Designer: Laura Lavernia

Recorded by Davis Media Access at the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall

November 2016

Libertarian Counterpoint

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Trump flip flops on five core issues in one week:

1. Chinese currency manipulation.

2. Fed bubble finance and not reappointing Yellen. 3.Export-Import Bank subsidies to Boeing and GE.

4. NATO’s obsolescence.

5. Intervening on both sides of Syrian and Afghanistan civil wars.

Bill O'Reilly finally fired.

Assemblyman Miguel Santiago of LA's Assembly bill to raise standard of proof in cops lying cases

from "more likely than not" to "clear and convincing".

Populist Dialogues - Now for Universal Affordable Health Care

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Host David Delk talks with Lee Mercer, President of Health Care For All Oregon on the problems of Obamacare, Trump(Ryan)Care, and how a universal affordable health care system would solve those problems. Includes a history of how the American system developed; and a description of various proposals to create a single payer system, nationally and in Oregon.

The Language of Business - Seasonal Businesses

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A nice steady income can be a luxury at times. If you are in a traditional job, you can expect a salary that will last throughout the year, but some businesses are seasonal by nature. Greg Stoller looks at four enterprises traditionally tied to the weather, and looks at how they turn into a year-round endeavor.

The Language of Business - France

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Parlez-vous la langue des affaires? Greg Stoller recently visited the University of Angers in France to talk with several members of the staff and student body. From the value of education to saving and investing trends of French citizens, Greg looks at what makes their economy tick, and gauges their outlook for the upcoming years.