Fairfax Channel 36 11/05/2019 Drive time

Allan Topol, discusses his newest novel The Washington Operator. Mr. Topol is the national bestselling author of fifteen novels of international intrigue. His novels have been translated into Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and Hebrew. He is a graduate of Carnegie Institute of Technology, who majored in chemistry, abandoned science, and obtained a law degree from Yale University.  A partner in a major Washington Law firm, and an avid wine collector, he has travel extensively, researching dramatic locations for his novels.



The Washington landscape is littered with the carcasses of Washington Operators and lobbyists, who often end up in jail. But none is as venal and greedy as George Corbin, the villain in The Washington Operator, a fast-moving political thriller. Corbin works with China to implement a plot to take over Middle Eastern oil, utilizing Iran as a puppet. While investigating the murder of a university student, Kelly Cameron, a rising star in the FBI, learns of this plot.

Kelly gains assistance from Ester, a Mossad agent who has a long-time love affair with a high ranking Iranian official. Together, they launch a daring plan to thwart the Chinese and to bring down the powerful, corrupt, and immoral Washington operator, Corbin. For more information on Mr. Topol books go to http://www.allantopol.com/ or go to amazon.com to order The Washington Operator.


Our last guest is Lee Abbamonte will provide advice on how to get the most out of Fall Dining, travel and Sporting Events. Lee is a Travel Expert, Writer & Youngest Person to Visit Every Country in the World and the North and South Pole. Fall brings kickoffs, tailgates and fun food festivities. With many people traveling to see their team or sample their favorite festival foods, it’s important to have a financial strategy to keep costs down. While most people recognize the importance of earning and redeeming credit card rewards, many do not utilize their points effectively. For more information go to Leeabbamonte.com

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Christian Talk 1160 03-30-2019

Our guest today is Jennifer Imediegwu, Author ,Attorney, Wife and Mother will tackle this question in her book Letters to Her: Becoming a Woman of Purity, Purpose, and Proverbs 31 Virtue, which released early in the year. What is interesting about the book is Imediegwu’s weaving of statistics and personal anecdotes with Biblical truths.

Jennifer as a woman of color who grew up in the inner city, she has seen firsthand the impact urban statistics reflect. However, she was able to defy the statistics and personally triumph over such barriers. This gives her power to speak personally about overcoming challenges set forth before women of different backgrounds, cultures, and socioeconomic levels.

Imediegwu began her path toward this ministry to women as an undergraduate. She saw the need for a mentoring program for young girls and teens in her community, so she formed and founded a local nonprofit called Destiny Investment Initiatives and a mentoring program called Kingdom Jewels.

Kingdom Jewels was a group of local college students and young professionals who worked with at-risk girls in the Detroit area to help them find purpose and success. The leadership team worked to teach the girls interviewing, financial, and business skills, as well as guide them through social issues like bullying, social pressure, family dysfunction and academic challenges. Many of these same concepts, exploring what it means to be a Godly, purposeful woman, are developed and discussed in Imediegwu’s book.

After working with the nonprofit during her undergraduate college years, today she practices law in the greater Milwaukee area where she and her husband are raising their three sons.  In addition to being a wife, mother, attorney, and author, she also continues to work with the women’s and children’s departments at her local church. She leads life groups and serves in other teaching and mentoring roles. In addition, she has started a speaking ministry.

For more information or to contact the author about speaking opportunities, visit her website https://www.exceptional-living.org/. The book trailer is here: https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/X19-sOVfiyU?rel=0&showinfo=0

Letters to Her: Becoming a Woman of Purity, Purpose, and Proverbs 31 Virtue [ISBN: 978-1-946889-69-0, $13.99, Carpenter’s Son Publishing, January 2019] is available in select book stores and from online retailers.

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Fairfax Radio January 1, 2019

Our first guest is Editor-In-Chief of TravelGirl Magazine Stephanie Oswald  discussing the Top 10 Survival Tips for Holiday Travel. Wherever you’re heading, if you’re traveling during the holiday season, you need to realize that everyone else in the world is, too. But don’t let invasive security scanners, terrible drivers and long lines at the airports get you down. We’re giving you tips to survive the holiday travel season without a Frosty the Snowman-size meltdown. Stephanie will  sort through the best deals and the most satisfying pre-holiday and holiday experiences. She will discuss everything from best time for an escape, how to get the best deals, what items should be on your travel checklist, how to choose the best accommodations, ways to circumvent the latest challenges in travel. For more information go http://travelgirlinc.com


Our next guest is Michelle Owens, Attorney, and Spokesperson for Stop Abusive & Violent Environments (SAVE).  Nashville Tennessee Attorney Michelle Owens is a managing partner at Agee Owens & Cooper. She focuses on defending males students accused of sexual misconduct under Title IX. Owens is an expert in University Title IX cases. She is actively combating University bias and recently published an article in The Daily Caller revealing how the campus zealots are biasing the system and taking away students due process rights. 



Kathy Cummings, Bank of America Senior Vice President Consumer Education and Consulting of  Homeownership Solutions and Affordable Housing Programs and her team for Bank of America Home Loans Neighborhood Lending organization. .  She discusses the following topics:

• Homeownership outlook for single women and key trends
• The biggest hurdles women face when buying a home
• The tools and resources available to help women during the homebuying journey
• Her experiences working with single women clients

For more information go to  https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathy-cummings-250b3a6/