Buckingham This Week!: According to one irate parent, the elementary school gunman has gotten off easy!

I am a parent of one of the students in the class that was threatened by crazy Dagenais and yes, the children’s lives were in danger.  He showed his gun to the teacher and children in this class. When the police “took down” Dagenais, they removed his gun, knife, and bullets in his pockets as … Continue reading

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According to Hemp News we forgot to include an important group in our poll on the legalization of Marijuana . . . our pets!

Okay, in the now I have heard everything category the Hemp News, which provides its readers with late breaking news on environmental and human friendly hemp, announced today that we are close – and how long have we been waiting for this major medical breakthrough, to having a medicinal pot patch for pets suffering from … Continue reading

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National issues with a regional focus . . . New York-based Blog Talk Radio comes to Buckingham

National issues with a regional focus . . . it’s Buckingham This Week! As the host of one of Blog Talk Radio’s most popular shows, I have interviewed persons of note from the world of politics, business and entertainment. Reaching an audience of more than 2 million people each month worldwide, both the PI Window … Continue reading

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Looking beyond the book’s title, Lennie Ross’ “Blow Me” hits a resonating chord with women of all ages


It is interesting to say the least that Lennie Ross’ book Blow Me, which is a story about three single women—each close to forty and living a life they have long outgrown, seems to have found an audience with the twenty something crowd as well as those whose generation reflects that of the protagonists. During … Continue reading

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The one too many blows to the head question of the day . . . What would men be like if we were the ones who got pregnant?

At the end of my first column on the issue, I said I would post another piece discussing the actual science of male pregnancy. Is it really possible today? The answer, as I abstract from my 1997 book, Remaking Eden, is “almost certainly yes, but . . .” from the April 7th, 2008 article Can … Continue reading

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Transcending partisan politics, for me as a regular Canadian, Jack Layton’s true legacy was that he always reminded me of the better angels in all of us

When they look at you, they see what they want to be. When they look at me, they see what they are. Richard M. Nixon (looking at a portrait of John F. Kennedy) As the news of former NDP Leader Jack Layton’s passing hit the airwaves earlier today, the testimony as to the magnitude of … Continue reading

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The new PI Social Media Network Portal is fully operational now!

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Check out the various posts, broadcasts and general news that is available through the PI Network’s blogs, radio and television shows in one convenient place without having to go to multiple sites. Jon Hansen, CEO The PI Social Media Network Reaching an estimated audience of more than 2 million people worldwide every month, The PI … Continue reading

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The “you just proved that bench advertising works” axiom doesn’t when it comes to cigarette package warning labels

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Nothing like pictures of rotting teeth or blackened lungs to put a damper on a sunny day.  Let alone the fact that such images, even though scientifically and medically proven to be true, is a violation of free speech!  At least this is what five of the six major tobacco companies are claiming as they … Continue reading

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PR Expert Marsha Friedman delivers some “sound” advice for those hoping to make it big as a talk radio host

I have to tell you that when I first had EMSI’s Marsha Friedman on the PI Window it was an energetic segment in which the PR marketing diva delivered solid insights into what people have to do to establish their brand in the vast sea that is the Internet world. What’s interesting is that before … Continue reading

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Special Book Excerpt: Chapter 2 – Societal Mores and the Emergence of the Modern Day Police Force

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Note: The following is part of the series of full chapter excerpts from my latest book, a collaborative effort with television’s Cop Doc, Dr. Richard Weinblatt, Tasers, Abortions and Parenting: Behind the Curtain of Policing America. Click on the title to obtain your copy of the complete book today. Also visit Jon’s Reading Room  for … Continue reading

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