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On this special round table show we we will only have two guests. Eugenea Couture and Kari Fox Kelley
Both are Authors and former foster children and we will explore the feelings of not being adopted. We will also discuss
the lack of laws and programs for those who leave the foster care system with nothing. There will also be tough quiestions that
need to be more looked into such as: Is there segregation between those who have been adopted and those who are not? Are they treated equally
in education, given same things as children who are adopted or living foster homes? As well as many other things
2015 The year of Breakthrough, the year of Favor, The year of peace and the year of recompense!
2015 The year of God's justice and recompense against those who hate freedom!
Children of God Adopted Into The Family
Genesis 15:1-8 In Abraham shall all the families of the earth be blessed
Romans 8:12-17 Adopted Into The Family
All things are possible to them that believe, I believe!
Proverbs 25:25 As cold water to a weary soul, So is good news from a far country.
20 He sent His word and healed them, And delivered them from their destructions.
Blessed is the man that finds wisdom because length of days is in her right hand and riches and honor in her left hand.
2 Peter 1:2-7
3 ... His divine power has given to us all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of Him who called us by glory and virtue, 4 by which have been given to us exceedingly great and precious promises, that through these you may be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust.
Shackles an affront to 'dignity and decorum' of court, appeals panel rules
By MAURA DOLANcontact the reporter
An appeals court Tuesday struck down a policy of routinely handcuffing and shackling pretrial detainees appearing before judges in the San Diego-based federal court district.
A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said the Southern California district has not adequately justified its policy, adopted by the district judges in 2013 on the recommendation of the U.S. Marshals Service. The restraints include leg shackles and handcuffs linked to a belly band by a 15-inch chain.
Source Nation! Join us tonight for Sports Tuesday with Steve Manderson as he welcomes 2 amazing Guests into the studio.
6:15- Join Steve & Jim Geppi as they discuss, the NBA, NFL & Major League Baseball.
Jim is a Chief feature writer for college newspaper "The Towerlight" ...1973 and 74....
Sports information director at Harford Community College and radio play by play of basketball and football on their college radio station... 1973, 74, and 75...
Jim Also enjoys taking my therapy dog into hospitals and nursing homes since retiring in 2008...
Adopted Mickey from the local pound on August 25th, 2008...Who was named after Mickey Mantle...
My boyhood idol...
7:15 Join Steve as he welcomes Corin "Tiny" Adams into the studio to discuss her amazing career and her book, "TINY SETBACKS, MAJOR COMEBACKS".
Raised in Brooklyn, Corin graduated from James Madison HS in Brooklyn, NY and went on to have an illustrious career at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. Highlighted by having her jersey retired at Madison and breaking a numerous amount of records at Morgan State, basketball has been a dream come true for Tiny. Tiny has played professionally in Puerto Rico, Portugal, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Sweden & Czech Republic. In addition to playing basketball she has spent her time: coaching, teaching, mentoring, training, and inspiring people of all ages worldwide. Being viewed as an inspiration has led her to a decision to release her auto-biography. "Tiny Setbacks, Major Comebacks" is set to release Sep 1st 2015. Tiny is also the CEO of her own apparel brand "TA9" est June 2014.
Call in and be a part of the conversations at 619-924-0933
Fluoride: The Alarming Facts
Have you ever looked at the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) for sodium fluoride the common compound used to prevent cavities? Well we have so you don't have to. Here is a small sampling:
Special Remarks on other Toxic Effects on Humans: Acute Potential Health Effects: Skin: Causes skin irritation and possible burns, especially if skin is wet or moist. Eyes: Causes eye irritation and burns. May cause chemical conjunctivitis and corneal damage. Ingestion: Harmful if swallowed. Causes digestive (gastrointestinal) tract irritation and burns. May cause severe and permanent damage to the digestive. Ingestion of large amounts may cause salivation, thirst, nausea, vomiting, hypermotility, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. May affect behavior/ central nervous system/nervous system (headache, nervousness, dizziness, seizures, convulsions, tremor, muscle weakness, somnolence), respiration (respiratory depression, dyspnea), cardiovascular system (weak pulse, hypotension, dysrhythmias, cardiac arrest), liver, urinary system (polyuria, polydypsia) brain, metabolism (loss of appetite, hypcalcemia, hyperkalemia, hypomagnesia, ), teeth, bones, and blood (changes in red and white blood cell count, interference in blood coagulation) Inhalation: Causes irritation and chemical burns of the respiratory tract with coughing, breathing difficulty and possibly nasal septum perforation and coma. May affect bones. Chronic Potential Heath Effects: Chronic ingestion may cause fluorosis.
Pretty scary stuff for something that we're told is good for us. Well the US wasn't the first to use it do control a population, the Nazis did it too and like some many of their bad habits, the US soon adopted the use of fluoride we are told for our benefit, but the truth is something different.
Judy Sellins and Dave Turco will tell you all about the hidden agenda and the alarming facts behind the use of fluoride.
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Tonight's special guest is Kari Kelley from Sunnyvalle, CA, a child abuse survivor, advocate and author. Kari shares from her past childhood abuse how she learned to heal the core wound that was key in helping her move forward. Born in Southern California, Kari was conceived as a consequence of her mother being violently assaulted. Kari was adopted twice; once at 9 months old and again at 4 years old. Kari spent her life in this family being abused and neglected. Her experiences in these families left Kari wounded, battered and legally blind. Like so many others who have lived through similar situations, Kari spent years living as a victim until she discovered a deep inner strength and a purpose. She turned her childhood ordeal into an opportunity. She now inspires and assists people to overcome adversity in their own lives. Kari offers support through her Restore Your Resilience program which helps women overcome the struggle of being abused as children. She's been a featured speaker, author and vocalist on a wide variety of stages, panels, radio and TV shows across the United States. She has published her autobiography entitled "Black, Blind and Female." Kari is also featured in the May 2014 issue of Landmark Insights, about the creation, production and performance of her one woman show “Somebody Else's Child”.
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LEANNE PARSONS is a certified professional coach, speaker and radio host. As the CEO, creator of “The Tapestry of Adoption” and the Conscious Adoption Approach™. LeAnne's specialty is empowering the adoption community to connect and embrace their stories and improve their relationships as they walk into a Legacy Now Lived!
LeAnne welcomes Zara Phillips this week!
Author,singer songwriter, writer and performer Zara Phillips joins LeAnne this week! We wll chat about life, being adopted, the Arts, Run DMC, Roots Unknown, and Beneath My fathers Sky! What have you always wanted to ask adoptees? What drives us? Why do we do what we do? Why does it matter anyway!
From early childhood, Charlie ‘Riverman’ Bergeron was aware of Spirit Energy, a facet of himself which dismayed others in his tribe. In order to survive, he adopted earthly human programming.After a motorcycle accident in 1991 resulted in death – or, more commonly, a ‘Near Death Experience’ (NDE) – however, Charlie was returned to the light, to Source, and thus experienced a realignment. Paula Clark, a truly gifted sensitive comes on with Charlie and speaks on how , Empathic-sensitives- are blessed w/ strong sensitive frequencies and mirror neurons- this discussion of energy management VIA ways to support & cleanse the physical vehicle-first- so sensitives are not channeling their info through so much interference to their inner wiring.We will touch on empath energy management system -qigong, sources on nutrition, supplements, crystals, how earth energies affect us, discussion of tai chi/qigong and hot to to hook into and take advantage of Earths naturally protective field.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Justin Hoekman from Chicago, a returning NAASCA family member. Justin endured a childhood filled with sexual, physical, mental, verbal and emotional traumas. As an infant, Justin was adopted into a Christian Reform family of foster parents, and a younger sister was adopted when he was a toddler. Sexual abuse and molesting began when he was 3, and his 13 year-old cousin "played doctor" with him starting at the age 6. When he was 10 he was sexually abused by a family friend. This abuse went on for 2 1/2 years. Justin's dad physically abused him for a decade and he has vague memories of his dad sexually abusing him as well. His mother often witnessed his father's physically abuse but did nothing to stop it. Justin left the house at 17, but he'd begun using drugs to escape the reality of his home. "I have always felt less than, unimportant, and have hated myself for a long time," said Justin. "Currently, it is difficult for me to trust others. I am diagnosed with chronic depression and anxiety." But he now works the 12 step Narcotics Anonymous program, and has a wonderful therapist. "While I am no longer in contact with my parents, my sister and I remain very close. As a child when my dad was beating me, my sister was my saving grace, she would scream and my dad would stop." After working on himself for a number of years Justin's made great progress and hopes to return to school to become and LCSW, a therapist with his own practice. As he says, "I would like to help in anyway I can whether that be a child advocate, helpline, sharing my story, or anything else." He goes on, "All of the horrible things I endured I believe happened so that I may help other overcome and be a survivor of childhood abuse."
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Nelson Alburquenque bio:
Nelson Alburquenque is a songwriter and poet from North Hollywood, California. He is known as the rhythm guitarist for the band Tikal Sun.
Born in Santiago, Chile, Alburquenque was adopted at the age of two years old and grew up in the suburbs of Washington, DC, the son of second generation Jewish-European Americans.
Alburquenque, most notable for his composition work in Tikal Sun, first discovered the acoustic guitar at 15 years old in 2004. Learning did not come easy, as Alburquenque soon found his hands were too small to form both basic and complex bar chords. After a year of taking a hiatus from learning guitar, Alburquenque re-tuned his strings in his Sophomore year of high-school, thereby bringing the notes closer to his hand. Throughout the years, Alburquenque has modified his original tuning, in addition to creating additional alternative tunings, all of which Alburquenque continues use to paint his musical landscapes within Tikal Sun.
Today, Alburquenque has independently authored over 150 songs, contributing all rhythm guitar for Tikal Sun.
While Alburquenque’s native/Inidgeni music is unique and often earns the praise of his peers, Alburquenque himself remains humble and generous in his relations with his fellow artists. A follower of his own spiritual philosophy, nyi, Alburquenque’s dream for the world is to see the recognition and preservation of all indigenous communities around the globe. Through his Indigeni music in Tikal Sun, Alburquenque hopes to honor and shed light on the Native voice.
He is 26 years-old.
This is the third visit from our most awesome and talented friend, Chris McNulty. If I had my way, she'd be with me on almost every occasion. But this woman has been blissfully busy - and part of that has to do with enjoying the success of her latest project, released in March.
"Eternal" is the seventh album from Our Beautiful Wonder From Down Under (she'll love that!). And it's full of the most sincere readings of timeless lyrics that you could possibly conjure. Chris has been singing Jazz with utmost clarity for a long time, but losing her son in 2011 took a toll that catapulted her in many directions. When she was able to surface, her voice took on a new and raw honesty. Her work had garnered attention with "The Song That Sings You Here" in her native Australia. She won the prestigious Bell Award there in 2013. The attention has grown enormously since that time. Which brings us to this new musical chapter.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Chris found herself with no electricity, heat or water in New York - the city she adopted when she moved to the States in the 80's. In the cold solitude of that reality, the formation of "Eternal" was born. Contemplation of sorrow, forcing hope into the pain, feeling a myriad of emotions so strong that they had to be conveyed....this is what Chris needed to give to us. Sharing loss this personal, yes. But striving to enable a common bond. And one of the most important: faith in the knowledge that love transcends ALL. Love brings us home.
"Eternal" has been lauded by some of the sharpest critics on the scene - each one, almost overcome with praise. Because the truth is in Chris McNulty's interpretation at every instances. Each song becomes HERS. Hear a gifted artist at her peak. Join us on 8/18 at 2 p.m. ET.
Evangelist Lewis Mcllwain began his official ministry call at New Home Ministries and gave his initial sermon under the tutelage of Pastor Bobby D. Hicks on March 31, 2000. Since that time Evangelist McIlwain has been a member of several churches and currently attends services at Infinity Church in Baltimore, MD.
Through the years Evangelist McIlwain has been a praise & worship leader, youth and adult Sunday School teacher, outreach music minister, and has ministered in song and Word throughout the nation. He has been active in street outreach, prison ministry, homeless/shelter witnessing and has traveled internationally and has preached to many.
Currently Evangelist McIlwain is Co-Founder and President of Thirst No More Corporation; which is a humanitarian organization recognized as a nonprofit by the IRS which is dedicated to addressing community related services in developing nations. Evangelist McIlwain has led an effort in the Democratic Republic of Congo to renovate a school and provide a centralized water system in the village community of Ndalu; as well as spearheaded efforts in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital city of Kinshasa to create computer labs in several local schools and is in the process of establishing an annual toy/care package drive for poverty stricken areas in that region. Evangelist McIlwain is also one of several committee members engaged in the development of an Arts & Music Center in the City of Baltimore.
Evangelist Lewis McIlwain accepted the Christ Jesus April 1991 and has found comfort and empowerment in scripture from Luke 19:10 which reads, “For the Son of Man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.” He has also adopted a personal mission statement that says, “Where There Is Vision, GOD Will Make Provision.”
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