Today on “Let’s Just Talk!” with Kathryn Raaker

Kathryn Raaker hosts “Let’s Just Talk!” a nationally syndicated magazine format radio program on AM/FM, Internet streaming, and her free iTunes App. The show features topics for today’s audience. Whether it is a guest talking about the newest technology, politics, health, or other topics, it is all about informing her listeners. Kathryn has been in broadcasting for over 30 years and is featured on the Wilkins Radio Networks, Fairfax Public Radio, Dan Perkins Media Network, W4CY & W4Vet Networks, and WCVG 1320AM “The Voice” in Cincinnati. So Tune Into Let’s Just Talk! to be informed and entertained!

WNWR The Word 1540 AM Philadelphia 7-20-2024

Current Events with Dan Perkins

Join us as we welcome Dan Perkins, our political and current events expert, who is featured on our TV and radio shows. Today, Dan will discuss what is happening in the US and worldwide on the Political Scene. Today, his topic is whether President Biden will be the nominee for the 2024 presidential race, as many people do not want him to run.  Additionally, Dan will give us his insights and predictions for former President Donald Trump’s pick for his Vice President as the RNC starts on July 15th.

With Dan’s extensive background as a registered investment advisor, best-selling author, political commentator, and media personality, Dan Perkins provides a well-rounded perspective. He is also the founder of the 501c3 organization Songs and Stories for Soldiers and the owner of Dan Perkins Media Network. For more political commentary from Dan, visit his website Dan Perkins Media. If you are interested in learning more about Songs and Stories for Soldiers, which is dedicated to providing accessible, customizable electronic entertainment for active and retired members of the American Military. The goal is to help veterans suffering from PTSD, Sleep Deprivation, and we want to help with Suicide Prevention and Hospice care.  SongsandStoriesforsoldiers.us.

 


James Amorosi on The Legacy Fund

James AmorosiOur second guest is James Amorosi, the founder, CEO – Managing Partner of The Legacy Fund.  Today, he will discuss his life, the Legacy Fund, and the mission behind the fund. Mr. Amorosi has 35 years of experience in the private equity and hedge funds industry. He has been CEO of AMO Investment, a private equity and venture capital firm, since 2001. James started his career on Wall Street working on the New York Mercantile Exchange floor in the crude oil, heating oil, and natural gas pits. His career landed him at the largest privately held broker-dealer in commodities, currencies, and debt instruments as a foreign exchange trader and primary market maker in the vanilla inter-bank and broker market G-7 currency pairs. He has worked at some of the largest and most prestigious hedge funds (Tudor Investments and Rand Management) as a managing director, senior trader, and quantitative systems developer.

In 2001, Amorosi transitioned into the Private Equity and Venture Capital business, something he had always been passionate about and wanted to do for years. Over the years, he has raised billions of dollars and created many philanthropic organizations ranging from helping inner city kids through martial arts to SNAP (Special Needs Adaptive Program), which focuses on helping people with autism, cerebral palsy, and other neurological disorders of which he has a fourteen-year-old autistic son (who has helped inspire these efforts) to help veterans returning home with PTSD. He has been a professional international competitor and instructor in martial arts for more than fifty-three years. Still, he owns dojos, which help spread his spirit to help others achieve excellence. He holds a BA in Economics from Rutgers University, NJ. For more information, visit www.thefundlegacy.com.


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Current Events with Dan Perkins

Join us as we welcome Dan Perkins, our political and current events expert, who is featured on our TV and radio shows. Today, Dan will discuss what is happening in the US and worldwide on the Political Scene. Today, his topic is whether President Biden will be the nominee for the 2024 presidential race, as many people do not want him to run.  Additionally, Dan will give us his insights and predictions for former President Donald Trump’s pick for his Vice President as the RNC starts on July 15th.

With Dan’s extensive background as a registered investment advisor, best-selling author, political commentator, and media personality, Dan Perkins provides a well-rounded perspective. He is also the founder of the 501c3 organization Songs and Stories for Soldiers and the owner of Dan Perkins Media Network. For more political commentary from Dan, visit his website Dan Perkins Media. If you are interested in learning more about Songs and Stories for Soldiers, which is dedicated to providing accessible, customizable electronic entertainment for active and retired members of the American Military. The goal is to help veterans suffering from PTSD, Sleep Deprivation, and we want to help with Suicide Prevention and Hospice care.  SongsandStoriesforsoldiers.us.


James Amorosi on The Legacy Fund

James AmorosiOur second guest is James Amorosi, the founder, CEO – Managing Partner of The Legacy Fund.  Today, he will discuss his life, the Legacy Fund, and the mission behind the fund. Mr. Amorosi has 35 years of experience in the private equity and hedge funds industry. He has been CEO of AMO Investment, a private equity and venture capital firm, since 2001. James started his career on Wall Street working on the New York Mercantile Exchange floor in the crude oil, heating oil, and natural gas pits. His career landed him at the largest privately held broker-dealer in commodities, currencies, and debt instruments as a foreign exchange trader and primary market maker in the vanilla inter-bank and broker market G-7 currency pairs. He has worked at some of the largest and most prestigious hedge funds (Tudor Investments and Rand Management) as a managing director, senior trader, and quantitative systems developer.

In 2001, Amorosi transitioned into the Private Equity and Venture Capital business, something he had always been passionate about and wanted to do for years. Over the years, he has raised billions of dollars and created many philanthropic organizations ranging from helping inner city kids through martial arts to SNAP (Special Needs Adaptive Program), which focuses on helping people with autism, cerebral palsy, and other neurological disorders of which he has a fourteen-year-old autistic son (who has helped inspire these efforts) to help veterans returning home with PTSD. He has been a professional international competitor and instructor in martial arts for more than fifty-three years. Still, he owns dojos, which help spread his spirit to help others achieve excellence. He holds a BA in Economics from Rutgers University, NJ. For more information, visit www.thefundlegacy.com.


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