Bradley Polling Effect for Dummies

The Bradley effect (less commonly the Wilder effect) is a theory concerning observed discrepancies between voter opinion polls and election outcomes in some United States government elections where one candidate and another candidate run against each other.

The theory proposes that some voters who intend to vote for one candidate would nonetheless tell pollsters that they are undecided or likely to vote for the other candidate.

It was named after Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, who lost the 1982 California governor’s race despite being ahead in voter polls going into the elections.

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Leftist Anger For Dummies

To make this simple we’ll compare just two types of thought process. Left thinking people and Right thinking people. There are other types of thinking, but let’s keep this simple.

So where does Leftist anger come from?

It comes from the belief in protecting a just cause that has no factual base or near sightedness to their reasoning.

Meaning: That people as a whole have to be told by the government how to act and live their lives. When to go to bed, when they should get up in the morning. How to control their pets, how to treat their neighbors and strangers.

They believe in majority rule. Meaning that the majority of a given area have the right to pass laws that everybody must comply with and the losing group have no rights to protect their beliefs. (a business can’t refuse service to anybody)

Their major downfall is: believing that everybody agrees with their belief on issues.

Their anger comes from: the shock and disbelief of others that disagree with their reasoning.

When a leftist becomes angered by shock and disbelief of others that disagree with their thinking, they usually (but not always) will attack the objectors with insults, belittlement or actions to punish those who disagree with their thinking.

A leftist or socialist will become physically violent when they can justify their actions to themselves of the necessity of physical violence. Regardless of what the law in a given area says towards physical violence.

Here’s the basics:

Leftist or left leaning person: Is basically a person that believes in social government. Meaning, You give the government the right to control a majority of your everyday activity.

Rightist or right leaning person: Is basically a person that believes in limited government actions and laws.

Meaning, you support the need of a governing body but the governing body is limited in their actions and laws concerning the population they govern.

Leftist or left leaning person: Mainly lives in large cities. Where government controlled service are easier to obtain (city buses, public medical service, homeless centers, etc.) They will live in the rural areas but prefer areas that have additional governing bodies that regulate life style. (home owners association)

Rightist or right leaning person: Majority lives in rural areas with limited or small governing bodies. They support the basic needs such as electrical power, emergency medical. But also believe in self reliance. They will live in large cities, but seem to gravitate to areas in a large city that has limited government actions. (work in the city but live in the county)

Leftist or left leaning person: Believes in “Human Rights.” Which basically means a right given to a person based on the popular belief at a given time. “Human Rights” are not known to have a base to its formula.

Rightist or right leaning person: Believe in “Unalienable Rights.” Which basically means rights for a human based on “Natural Laws.” “Natural Laws” are believe to have started at the time of creation of the known universe. “Natural Laws” cover a wide range of rules such as the laws of math, laws of science, law of planetary motion, etc.

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June 10th Liberals Worst Nightmare

Congressman Ted Yoho called in to update our listeners on federal issues. Plus Rick Schutte joins us for “Ask an Attorney” and brings to light some laws in Florida that we need to get rid of.


Here’s Attorney Schutte website: Frederick Schutte’s website


  Direct download the MP3

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Congresman Ted Yoho Will be out Guest

Congressman Ted Yoho of Florida will be our guest on today’s show. We will talk to him about North Korea, California’s agreement with China and what is happening with Obama Care. It all starts at 10am on Talk 107.5

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Paris Climate Agreement For Dummies

The President pulled out of the agreement and here’s why: We gave money to other countries because they needed it to spent it on what they wanted. The agreement had nothing to do with a better world, it was to help European countries that couldn’t control their own spending.

“The United States will withdraw from the Paris climate accord,” Trump said in the Rose Garden Thursday, announcing his pulling out of the Paris agreement, which the Obama administration joined in 2016.

“I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris,” Trump said.

Trump made good on his campaign promise to withdraw from the Paris agreement after months of internal struggle within the White House. Trump said Paris puts the U.S. at an economic disadvantage and is being pushed by economic competitors.

So what does this mean? For the U.S. We saved a boat load of money that we gave away to European countries so they would like us.

European countries: now will have to figure out how to make up the money they lost that the U.S. gave them, each year.

That’s about all that will happen. Anything else the media is saying, is pure B.S.

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Job Hiring Tips That Work

We created a simple list of “job hiring tips” to help you get a good paying job. We also added ways for you to get free training in a work field you want to go into.


Make a resume of your job history NOW and keep it in a safe place in your house to help your memory out. Make sure date hired, date left, job duties are on it. Go back in your history for 10 to 20 years or when you left school. (Included un-employed dates in this resume)

There are 29 different public sources where a company can check your history out. Don’t lie on your application. Mis-information may be construed as a lie. All of your answers can/will be verified.

Answer every question on an application: If the question doesn’t apply to you, then you put a “N/A” other than that answer all questions.

Pass job history: if you list a company that is closed or they cannot verified that you work there, it is smarter for you to say that you were “unemployed” during that time frame.
Remember, employers want to know your work history, if they can’t verify it, that will pass you over to the next person that they can verify. Placing “unemployed” on a application is not a bad thing. You can always explain the “unemployed statement” later.

Longevity at jobs is a good thing: Employers are looking for employees they can count on. If your work history has too many jobs in it in one year, employers many pass you over because it shows you most likely won’t stay.
This is where putting “un-employed” may be a good thing. It’s easier to say “it was a bad year for me” then to have 10 different jobs listed.  (more…)

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