web_admin2 | Radio Talk Show Host Leslie Marshall - Part 22
-1
archive,paged,author,author-web_admin2,author-8,paged-22,author-paged-22,bridge-core-2.0.5,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode_grid_1300,qode-child-theme-ver-1.0.0,qode-theme-ver-19.2.1,qode-theme-bridge,disabled_footer_bottom,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-6.0.5,vc_responsive,elementor-default

Author: web_admin2

  • All
  • ARTICLES
  • BLOG
  • FEATURED
  • LESLIE MARSHALL NEWS
  • LESLIE ON TV
  • Lifestyle
  • Live Streaming
  • POLL
  • Radio Interviews
  • SHOWS PLUG
  • THE MARSHALL MINUTE
  • Uncategorized

After mouthing off in ways that had the effect of repeatedly shooting himself in the foot, Donald Trump tried to recover last week by puffing himself up as the jobs candidate. “When I see the crumbling roads and bridges, or the dilapidated airports, or the factories...

Using rape-and-pillage corporate practices favored by Wall Street, Donald Trump made himself billions while swindling and bankrupting untold numbers of hourly workers and small businesses. In recounting his “deal-making” experience, Trump says the important thing is that he made a buck, that he came out rich....

Donald Trump threw a temper tantrum when labeled a small-hands man because he believes everything about him is huge: big wealth, big wall, big mouth. There’s some evidence he thinks expansively about business because he built a billion-dollar empire out of what he called a “small”...

Way back in January, Donald Trump got himself a ton of prime publicity on the backs of veterans. He organized a benefit that he said was for them. But really he did it because he didn’t feel like debating other GOP presidential candidates that night. At...

Donald Trump scorns traditional presidential candidate standards. The Donald doesn’t do what’s expected. And he certainly doesn’t do what he tells other candidates they must do. If Donald doesn’t feel like debating, he stiffs his opponents and grabs attention doing something different. If he finally realizes...

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald  “I am really, really rich” Trump is, according to Forbes, the 121st richest person in America. So, yes, he is really, really rich. He loves the perks of being really, really rich, like flying to campaign events in one of his...

On the fourth anniversary of the Korean trade deal, its lofty promises have been revealed as putrid pie in the sky:  More jobs lost. No exports gained. Just like NAFTA, just like China’s entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO), free traders swore that the Korean...

Alan White couldn’t shout jubilation from the rooftop on March 25 when he heard that the U.S. Department of Labor, after decades of trying, had finally issued a stricter rule to limit exposure to potentially deadly silica dust in workplaces. He was happy, all right. After...

I went to Washington, D.C., last week to ask trade experts and lawmakers to stop the relentless, lawless, callous dumping of Chinese steel, aluminum, paper, rubber, glass, chemicals and other products, which has closed mills, killed jobs, destroyed lives, devastated American communities and imperiled national...

Grandma skips meals. Her house is always cold. She barely skimps by, subsisting on just Social Security because of a bunch of pension-killing CEOs and self-dealing financial “advisers.” The U.S. Labor Department offered some rules last week to help grandma with half the reason she’s got...