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Stephen Wells is the executive director of the Animal Legal Defense Fund. Over the past six years, until January, 2006, Stephen founded and served as the director of ALDF’s successful Animal Law Program which provides support and resources to ALDF’s law professional and law student members and pro bono opportunities for attorneys and firms to assist ALDF with its mission. Prior to joining ALDF in 1999, Stephen served as the executive director of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance in Anchorage where he became known for his work to protect Alaska’s wildlife, particularly wolves and bears, and its unique wild places. He has committed himself to animal and environmental protection and over the years, in addition to his full-time work, he has continued to volunteer his time for local organizations and projects.
Join us this evening and show the world that we are and always will be In Defense of Freedom.
We are and always will be In Defense of Freedom. We are Constitutionalists, who believe in and obey the law of the land. We are tax payers, contributors to society, either current or retired military who have served our country, who come from military families many of whom made the ultimate sacrifice to keep us free. We emphasize love of country and our fellow man and the freedoms we are blessed with. We strongly encourage defense of our Constitution, which is the foundation of our nation, from enemies both foreign AND domestic. Current events are discussed to keep folks abreast of what is happening in the world and our nation. We encourage our listeners to be involved in our nation’s government and when we as U.S. citizens see the Constitution is being violated we sound a clarion call to all and advise them to contact their representatives to advise them that the law, and the oath of office sworn to, is being abused. We recognize that we as Americans have the capacity now, as we’ve had in the past, to do whatever needs to be done to preserve this last and greatest bastion of freedom.
Please join us this evening and show the world that WE and YOU are and always will be In Defense of Freedom. 8 pm Eastern, 7 pm Central, 6 Mountain, or 5 pm Pacific. The call in number is (347) 826 – 9905 or you can use skype. You can also call and just listen or press one (1) to come on the air. Tonight we will be speaking about various topics related to Islam and the infiltration here in the USA as well as other countries around the world.
www.SimpleSelfDefenseForWomen.com is a fun & empowering program for women & children ages 9-91. Learn how to Simply Escape An Attack,, Not & Fight! Charley & Tracy Vega make the program unique with their "Sonny & Cher" approach to self defense. Twitter: @Selfdefens4women and Facebook: Simple Self Defense for Women. Simple Self Defense for Women® advocates the personal safety of women through its PBS TV Show, Seminars, Workshops, DVD’s and personal safety products. Simple Self Defense for Women® takes a unique approach to self-defense. It is designed specifically for women who want to know How to Simply Escape an Attack, NOT Stay and Fight.
Practical talk on self defense. What do you carry? Why do you carry it? When do you use it? We're gonna hit everything from legal issues... to getting your mind right... to situational awareness.
Most of these shows are fun. This one is more than fun.
Libertarians Unleashed V5N22
How would libertarians deal with defending a country. This is a serious issue. It is one of the areas we totally lose otherwise open minded conservatives.
We will have to work with conservatives to defeat liberals. However, the next battle will be with them. They want security. So, how do libertarians deliver it.
This may be a multi-show topic, but we will start with how to deal with terrorism and other international threats.
Join us to discuss this.
Everything contains energy. I communicate with animals, plants, and the world around me. We all do. For me, the animals, plants and world communicate back to me. It is an innate, organic, natural way of life. It’s the link between animals, people and the environment and how spiritual growth and healing can come from the relationship each of us establishes with the world around us. I work with animals to educate people on that interconnectedness as well as assisting in the spiritual advancement and mastery desired by my clients (both animal and human). I have found that as the animal/person/environment bond becomes stronger, communication and healing takes place on all levels.
I am an animal communicator. Although society demands a title for the work a person does, I find any title I give myself limits me to the abundance of knowledge the Universe contains. I find it difficult to describe exactly what I do, for I do is whatever is called upon in any given situation. I ask for whatever information needs to be presented and the Universe supplies the answers in various forms and energies. I work with unlimited possibilities for the best outcome for all.
Veronique de Rugy is a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Her primary research interests include the U.S. economy, federal budget, homeland security, taxation, tax competition, and financial privacy issues. Her popular weekly charts, published by the Mercatus Center, address economic issues ranging from lessons on creating sustainable economic growth to the implications of government tax and fiscal policies.
She has testified numerous times in front of Congress on the effects of fiscal stimulus, debt and deficits, and regulation on the economy.
de Rugy writes regular columns for Reason magazine, the Washington Examiner, and blogs about economics at National Review Online’s The Corner and at Big Government. Her charts, articles, and commentary have been featured in a wide range of media outlets including the Reality Check segment on Bloomberg Television’s Street Smart, New York Times’ Room for Debate, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, CNN International, Stossel, 20/20, C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, and Fox News.
She is a former resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, policy analyst at the Cato Institute, and research fellow at theAtlas Economic Research Foundation. Before moving to the United States, de Rugy directed academic programs in France for the Institute for Humane Studies-Europe.
Defense Spending and the Economy
If you are an animal caregiver, then this Aging Younger segment is a must for you.
As an animal Caregiver do you want to have a deeper understanding of yourself and the animals in your life?
Robert had been told for years that he was very intuitive. However, it was not until 1992 that he realized just what that meant. During an exercise at a spiritual seminar in Sedona, AZ, Robert was stunned to realize his capability and the possibilities therein.
This revelation, led Robert to explore and discover these gifts with which he was working. He began doing sessions with friends and family members to better understand and enhance this extraordinary gift.
In 2008, a friend from Arizona suggested that since Robert was able to do intuitive readings with people, he might consider working with animals. While initially, this seemed like quite a stretch, she continued to push. Eventually, Robert agreed to do an intuitive reading with one of her cats. Both he and his friend were amazed by the results.
Following this experience, Robert expanded his practice to include the animals and has worked with clients throughout the United States and Europe.
After personal intuitive readings, clients have reported having a new perspective and a sense of clarity about themselves and their lives.
Animal caregivers have noted that through animal intuitive/communication sessions, Robert has greatly enhanced the relationship between them and their animal companions.
This week on Gun Zone Radio we will introduce former Navy Seal Anthony Pienkowski who will share his experiences with firearms in Navy and civilian life. We will also be continuing our discussion about home defense during both an acute or prolonged crisis. Daniel will be back to talk about the limp squid showing of the Code Pink Occupy the NRA Rally in Sacramento.
For more than a decade, the programming at Animal Planet and its affiliated networks has been steadily slipping to a level that barely keeps the listener from becoming slightly more stupid.
Tonight we explore some of the reasons why the network has literally tanked including an analysis of some of the current programming which seems to do more good than harm for nature at the moment. We'll kick it off with jim Harrison of the Kentucky Reptile Zoo who'll tell us his experience this week of recieving panicked callers thanks to a recently aired episode of "Turtleman".
Then listen in as we explore an editorial on current programming and take your calls directly to the people at Animal Planet and so much more. Tune in live Friday night at 10pm EST, it'll change your life.