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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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I won't go back! They can't make me. Or, can they? I don't use the term ?take my country back? anymore. When I said it, I meant ?take back control for the people?, but current events shows me that it means ?take the country back to... more

There are so many stories that we've barely had a chance to think about (let alone talk about) that it feels like we need to just get our heads above water. So tonight, on THE MIDDLE GROUND, that's exactly what we plan to do: it's the... 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 afternoon I got an IM from my Conservative friend and blogger Bob Price. He had heard that the President was talking about the Trayvon Martin case. He was also concerned about all the rallies and activities in Houston and asked my... more

CALL IN SHOW! Today we plan to Incite Civility and Reason - but you get to pick your topic. How about that House Farm Bill? Did you know soup kitchens caused the great recession - if you follow the logic that justified removing food stamps.... more

?Sorry to say, but there isn't a bandwagon I want to ride on in this parade. Unlike so many out there, I'm just not sure what the right answer should have been…? Those are Michael Charney's thoughts, and tonight on THE... more

Election Reform Tonight's guest, Christina Tobin is the Founder and Chair of the Free & Equal Elections Foundation, a nonpartisan, nonprofit, organization dedicated to creating open and transparent elections that give power back to the... more

This week's show By now everyone in America is aware that the War on Women's rights, the War on Healthcare, the War on Education, and the War on Labor have its epicenter in Texas. After-all, Texas has a robust economy that... more

Don't adjust your color pallet. The images for today's show are orange in support of women in Texas and across our nation who are resisting being railroaded into the past. Coffee Party has had member boots on the ground in Austin and... more

Tonight at 8PM EST (5PM PST), the Middle Ground welcomes back co-host Michael Charney for a discussion on Democracy Inaction—and, no, that's not a typo… Both Michael and Eric have been wondering lately... more
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