Solid Gold Soul

September 25, 2008

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About Freddie Bell

Freddie Bell, velvet morning voice talent is a mellifluous voice actor, broadcast-journalist, speaker and National Voice Actor. His vast voice over credits, include hosting several radio programs including the Tom Joyner Morning Show, The Love Train, It’s The Gospel in Tampa, The Freddie Bell Morning Show in radio on KSGS – 950AM, Solid Gold Soul in Minneapolis, plus This is Music, The Freddie Bell Countdown Show and The Minneapolis NAACP Community Affairs television Programs in Minneapolis.
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Former President Bill Clinton has been making the TV rounds this week to promote his Clinton Global Initiative charity organization, and folks are noticing that he’s spent little time trying to plug his party’s candidate for president, Barack Obama. During Monday’s visit to “The View,” Clinton had very nice things to say about Republican candidate Sen. John McCain, even praising his help in improving relations with Vietnam during the Clinton administration. But, glowing support for Obama was not as forthcoming. Huffington Post blogger Jason Linkins put it this way: “If you happened to catch ‘The View,’ you likely marveled at Bill Clinton’s ability to call the 2008 election for Barack Obama without actually suggesting that Obama, as a candidate, had any particular quality that would enable the win, which would instead come about through a confluence of happy electoral accidents.” It appeared to be more of the same during Clinton’s chat with David Letterman Monday night, as the former president twice referenced his wife Hillary as someone who took an early stand against the mortgage crisis that led to Wall Street’s current collapse. He never once mentioned that Obama was speaking out early and often against subprime mortgages as well. For Obama supporter Chris Rock, also a guest on “The Late Show With David Letterman” Monday night, it was the last straw.
“Is it me or he didn’t want to say the name Barack Obama?” Rock said to laughter by both Letterman and the audience. “Hillary ain’t runnin! …I love Hillary, but she lost! She got a lot of votes, she did. The Patriots got a lot of points, too, but they lost to the Giants!



American Idol” judge Randy Jackson is again teaming up with the American Heart Association to encourage people with type 2 diabetes to enroll in The Heart of Diabetes campaign. The effort provides educational information and tools for people with type 2 diabetes to better manage their disease. Only 7.3 percent of those who have the disease achieve blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol treatment goals. As one who has lived with type 2 diabetes for years, Jackson will travel throughout the U.S. to urge the more than 21 million adults with diabetes to work with their healthcare providers, develop a comprehensive plan to achieve their treatment goals and ultimately improve their management of type 2 diabetes.


Barack Obama has seized the reins of economic discontent, vaulting over John McCain’s convention gains by persuading voters he both better understands their economic troubles and can better address them. Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are locked in a tight political battle for the White House and,…
Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are locked in a tight political battle for the White House and, as Congress consider a historic trillion dollar Wall Street bailout, it’s the economy that has emerged as a critical issue in the presidential election.

Fifty-three percent of registered voters in this new ABC News/Washington Post poll call the economy the single most important issue in the election, up 12 points in two weeks to an extraordinary level of agreement. The public is cool to the bailout itself, underscoring economic uncertainty. Eight in 10 are worried about the economy’s future, half of them very worried. Personal concern runs high as well; six in 10 are worried about their family’s finances. And 83 percent say the country’s seriously off on the wrong track, back within a point of its record high — set just this June — in polls dating to early 1970s.

All these work for Obama.


He’s hanging upside down in New York. What else can I say???

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