Dr. Frederick D. Haynes talks to Dallas South about his new radio venture “Freddy Haynes Unscripted” (Part 1 of 2)

They say membership has its privileges. I was fortunate to grab a few moments with my pastor, Dr. Frederick D. Haynes III to discuss his new radio show that’s scheduled to start in March on 94.5 K Soul.

In Part 1 of this 2 part interview, Dr. Haynes talks about what “Freddy Haynes Unscripted” will focus on when it debuts next month and how the idea for the radio show (not station as you will hear me ask) came about.

Then make sure you log back in tomorrow for Part 2 of the interview when Pastor Haynes shares his views on the pending economic stimulus package and how his show will differ from folks like Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity. Many thanks to Dr. Haynes as well as Veta Holt for facilitating the interview.

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DallasTexasRealEstate.com: We’ll answer questions from both buyers and sellers

If you are looking for free information on the Dallas Real Estate market, be sure to check out DallasTexasRealEstate.com where local professionals answer questions posted by buyers and sellers.

Whether you want to see all the various Dallas homes for sale or need a deep dive on the Highland Park Dallas Real Estate market, the experts at DTRE will point you in the right direction.

Sponsored Post: Judge John Creuzot and former Judge Eric Moyé Endorsed in Democratic Primary by Dallas Morning News

DALLAS, Jan. 25, 2008 – The Dallas Morning News weighed in this week on two Dallas County Democratic Primary judicial races, giving the nod to current Criminal District Court 4 Judge John Creuzot in his re-election bid. The paper also endorsed former Judge Eric Moyé for the 14th Civil District Court in his quest to return to the bench. Democratic Primary early voting runs from Feb. 19 to 29 and election day is March 4 (visit www.dalcoelections.org to find voting times and locations).

 

ericmoyeforjudge.jpgFormer Democratic Judge Eric Moyé, first appointed by Gov. Ann Richards in 1993, was called “the clear choice in this race” by the News due to his broader practice experience, judicial background, and much stronger support in the community. According to the News, “Eric V. Moyé has what voters look for in a strong judicial candidate. He’s served on the bench before and spent his legal career representing a wide array of clients, from individuals to large companies and Dallas ISD….add to that his long list of supporters from throughout the legal world and across the political spectrum – Rafael Anchía, Martin Frost and Ron Kirk, just to name a few of the Democrats – and Mr. Moyé clearly is a smart choice in the Democratic primary for the 14th Civil District Court in Dallas County.” For more information visit www.moyeforjudge.com.

creuzot.jpgThe News referred to Judge Creuzot as “a hardworking, innovative judge with widespread respect across the legal and political spectrum” and noted Judge Creuzot’s most successful innovation, the DIVERT drug court program that directs some first-time drug offenders into treatment instead of jail. DIVERT, which has been cited as “one of the most effective drug courts in Texas” by the Texas Public Policy Foundation, has saved over nine dollars in criminal justice costs for every dollar spent on the program. A third-party study by Southern Methodist University showed that just 16 percent of DIVERT graduates were rearrested, compared to 50 percent among drug offenders who received no treatment. The News also noted Judge Creuzot’s role in championing the release on new DNA evidence of Charles Allen Chatman, who had been wrongly imprisoned for 27 years. For more information: www.judgecreuzot.com.

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