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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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Politics Done Right With Egberto Willies is a political talk show on current events. While the show has a admittedly liberal bent, it seeks to engage citizens of all political ideologies to foment a healthy discourse. Join us on Saturdays from... more

VOTER SUPPRESSION v VOTER PROTECTION? Where do you stand on the surge of voter ID legislation, Justice Dept. interventions, registration mischief, voter role purging, and more? Have you had to deal with any barriors to voting?... more

This week the candidates had their last debate, this time discussing Foreign Policy. Did you hear what you wanted? What questions were left unasked? We will be joined by Ret. Col. Larry Wilkerson, former assistant to Colin... more

Let's talk about the Presidential debates! Have they informed your vote, or just confirmed what you already knew? Speaking of America, opens up the phone lines to hear your reactions to all three of the Presidential debates. The media... more

Dr. Peggy Wireman, author of Connecting the Dots: Government, Community and Family, and an ebook, Connecting the Dots: A Community Action Guide is our guest. I invite you to check out her blog Connecting the Dots because she is... more

by Egberto Willies President Obama brought his game to the second Presidential debate. Mitt Romney continued with his bully antics and at one point told the President to pretty much shut up as he would have his turn. The debate was... more

RATE THE DEBATE! Do you have a one liner to sum up last Tuesday's debate? How about a point you would like to clarify? Come one, come all, to the second post debate hangover recovery. "Like" Lunch With Louden on Facebook

UPDATE: Michael Charney's conservative response to the below. "I am socially liberal and fiscally conservative." I hear that so often, I'm tempted to say "Who isn't?? before the speaker adds: ?That's why I hate politics,? or "That's why I feel... more

"Love how the GOP, after bringing the economy to the brink of ruin in 2008, are now acting like someone else farted." —Andy Borowitz by Don Manning Today on Facebook and Scoop.it, and tonight on Speaking of America, we're... more

Obviously money pouring in from corporations has citizens worried about the impact they can have, but there are other issues hampering our efforts - social pressures and time constraints. The Bottom Line: If we are not free to practice... more
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