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This is the official radio network for Coffee Party USA. Our shows are listed at: http://www.coffeepartyusa.com/_show_schedule Our shows have audience participation from all over the country. All are hosted, researched, and produced by Coffee Party volunteers.

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This week: We will be talking with Regina Nelson, author, advocate and co-founder of The eCS Therapy Center. This week will be packed with educational information sure to enlighten anyone. REGINA NELSON is a Co-Founder of The eCS Therapy Center and a Ph.D. student at Union Institute and University. Her doctoral studies concentrate on Ethical and Creative Leadership and interdisciplinary research within the medical cannabis movement. Her educational background consists of undergraduate and graduate level Interdisciplinary degrees: a B.A. from Vermont College (1998) and an M.L.S. in Leadership from the University of Oklahoma (2002). In 2012, Ms. Nelson published her first peer-reviewed article, Framing Integral Leadership within the Medical Cannabis Community. She has also presented a peer-reviewed conferences hosted by the International Leadership Association and the International Cannabinoid Research Society. Ms. Nelson is a founding officer of Cannabis Patient Network Institute (CPNI). Both The eCS Therapy Center and CPNI are cannabis patient-led and driven organizations desiring to build awareness of the endocannabinoid system (eCS), cannabis' use as medicine, and champion community-based education and research projects. Feel free to call in with your story, opinion or question. Regina Nelson, B.A., M.L.S., Ph.D. (S) Executive Director & CEO, The eCS Therapy Center CEO, Integral Education & Consulting, LLC WWW.MyECSTherapy.Org
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This week's show This week was consumed with talk of going to war again. While every moral and ethical person must feel the pain and suffering of maimed and killed Syrians in their civil war, entry into this war by America will... more

In her speech yesterday, Rev. Bernice King suggested we reflect, regenerate, and renew our commitment to the world Dr. King described 50 years ago. Other speakers described the victories behind and the challenges ahead on the road... more

Tonight on The Middle Ground we are encouraging you to call in on the following topics: The March on Washington 50th Anniversary and President Obama's complex relationship to the Civil Rights Movement. Syria — the red line... more

Press [1] For Democracy covers current political news from a transpartisan viewpoint. In other words, putting the country before the party. Extra emphasis on Money in Politics issues.

This week one of our devoted Coffee Party members, Mike Potters, sent me a Facebook direct message. He wanted to be proactive in doing what we want our members, our leaders to do. He had concrete suggestions that he wanted to put... more

Human beings can become addicted to their opinions. And that addiction can prevent meaningful communication. There are at least two different approaches to this topic. There is the science of what is happening in our brains that... more

Presented by Coffee Party USA, "The Middle Ground" covers a variety of topics with a trans-partisan approach with an eye to finding the place where the two major political parties share that 'middle ground.' Co-hosted by award-winning... more

Whatever we think of our political opposites, reasonable people understand that we have to find a way to silence the divisive, vitriolic, rhetoric that pervades today's political landscape in favor or a search for common ground. Tonight, on... more

This week's show Last week I attended the Democracy Convention in Madison Wisconsin. I participated on three panels representing Move To Amend that led to very in depth conversations on much that is occurring in our body politic today.... more

The skit, ?Frisky Business?, makes the ironic point that current profiling for stop-and-frisk may not go far enough to touch the most meaningful crime in America today. This brilliant humor from the Daily Show demonstrates the... more
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