Month: October 2010


                              “People often say that, in a democracy, decisions are made by a majority of the people. Of course, that is not true. Decisions are made by a majority of those who make themselves heard and who vote – a very different thing.” Walter H. Judd

Avoiding Fraud! Vito Colucci Talks With Robin Sax and Lt. Don Anderson

Crime Time with Vito Colucci, P.I.  features anything crime related. Current high profile cases or trials are discussed in detail with commentary from law enforcement experts, attorneys and experts on the topics covered. Tune in each Sunday night at 11PM Eastern to hear Vito and his guests on Business TalkRadio.  CLICK HERE and hit “Listen Live” for the live show, or you can always listen later by going to the Archives/Podcasts. This Sunday, October 31, Vito welcomes guests, Robin Sax and Lt. Don Anderson of the Darien Ct. Police Dept. to discuss “How You Can Avoid Becoming a Victim of Fraud.” According to Wikipedia: In the broadest sense, a fraud is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual. Crime Time with Vito Colucci will explore different types of fraud and how to become aware of them and avoid them.  Expert guests, Legal Analyst and former LA Prosecutor, Robin Sax, along with Lt. Don Anderson, promise to bring us a new understanding about what we can do. Robin Sax Robin Sax is a former …


Outlaws and Psychopaths!

The best of the Outlaw Radio hosts, Burl Barer and Don Woldman, have invited the CEO and Founder of the Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education, Sandra L. Brown, M.A., to join them for a round of discussion on Pathological Love Relationships. Learning from the expert, (see her story HERE),  Sandra will explain what “Pathological Love Relationships” are and how they affect everyone. Psychopathy knows no gender, race, or religious background, and many Psychopaths seek out careers in positions of authority and decision making which affects us all. How does one recognize a Psychopath and how do you safely remove yourself from a psycho relationship?  Tune in to the show to learn! Who knows, Sandra may even be able to diagnose Adoraburl Burl Barer! Make plans to listen live on Outlaw Radio True Crime Show with Burl Barer and Don Woldman on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, at 2pm Pacific, 5pm Eastern. Listen live: or listen later to the archives: To learn all you need to know about Pathological Love Relationships, …


“Here Women Talk” Network Welcomes Susan Murphy Milano to the Airwaves

“Jane Wayne of Justice” says, “Time’s Up!” Here Women Talk is a fresh social network geared towards what women want: to socialize, to laugh and to learn. Here Women Talk is abundantly growing with women (and men) from all over the world and all walks of life. The unique combination of a social network integrated with its own radio platform has given members new opportunities to connect, offering the chance to do what women love to do, talk! Hosts and topics are as varied as the women of the world, and the audience is reaching around the globe. Susan Murphy Milano, a veteran talk radio personality, has become the newest host for the Here Women Talk Radio Network. Known as the “Jane Wayne of Justice,” Susan Murphy Milano has always stood up as a voice for those who are silenced in a world of intimidation and violence within their homes and in courtrooms across the country. Murphy Milano’s new show, “Time’s Up!,” will incorporate her experiences as a Violent Relationship Strategist and seeker of justice as …


Anny Jacoby: Personal Safety Engagements!

Tuesday, October 26 Campus safety is in the forefront after several incidents at colleges around the country.  Anny Jacoby has been a major voice for implementing safety programs for the student body of all college campuses, as well as encouraging campuses to follow all available policies and procedures when dealing with violence in our schools. Anny has been invited by Central Carolina Community College to be a special presenter to their Faculty and Staff during their annual meeting. The Faculty and Staff at CCCC are taking proactive measures to learn what to do in a crisis situation should it occur in their classroom.  After an incident at the school a few years ago, they had many questions about what they should have done to prevent it, recognize it and what to do as it was occurring. Anny will be teaching the basics of techniques that can be implemented immediately by those in the classroom and in other support staff positions on campus.  Her presentation guarantees that those who attend will come away with a better …