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Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* NBA basketball coach is fired - partly because of his Christian faith.
* Churches in Britain are ordered to perform “gay marriage” ceremonies.
* Obama administration may use your tax dollars to fund sex-change operations for confused soldiers.
- Al Qaeda's 9/11 Anniversary Attacks "Ready to go!" WHAAAAT!!!???
- Why Sept 11th is so important to Islam
- New ISIS threat to America could leave the nation crippled with multiple terrorist attacks at once
- Obama new about ISIS threat a year ago
- Nuclear Exercises with Russia this month
- War exercise with U.S. and Ukraine
- Obama to send U.S. Air Force and aircraft to Estonia
- ISIS now threatens Russia
- Former American ISIS fighter worked for (wait for it) Minneapolis St. Paul Airport
and much, much, more...
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Today is the birthday of Germany's Friedrich III. Would the war have been different had he lived? A more reasonable, democratic kaiser could have made a huge difference in relation to Britain and Russia. Instead of the paranoid Wilhelm, Friedrich may have been more even-handed and sensible.
That is today's highlight. Also, royal news happening now. Join me for a great show! You don't want to miss it.
Ideas of honour, dignity, common good have been part of human structures from the stone age. Does the antedeluvian in you think it reasonable that mankind came to exist with awareness of self or might we think that consciousness has been an anatomical adaptation?
We can't say definitively of course when 'freemasonry' came into existence. We know ideas of the Rennaisance and Age of Enlightenment were out there before the reform in Britain and Europe. It tells us the ideas of freemasonry existed with or without a Grand Lodge, within a philosophical context. An antient might marvel at the extrivia that has accumulated along the way; the constitutions, warrants, definedauthority, standards and even a dress code that needed to be said. As sparse as they often are, a contempoary Lodge room would seem cluttered to a man who attended a make-do tavern room but not one who met in a gentlemens residence. Standards and expectations were inevitable and became the source of many of today's practices.
This should tell us that freemasonry is a process of aspiring for insight. There is an expectation we apply philosophy and science to benefit mankind. This story line makes 'today' a snapshot in a time line; one without beginning or end- that streaks through life accumulating knowledge to assimilate and pass forward to the apprentice. Even now, mentors are amongst us connecting, cajoling and critiqueing.
When a foundation shifts, it does not mean the entire structure should be scrapped. It sets our artificers to fix the problem. Until that moment, they lie in wait as the ultimate insurance against failure. How to rebalance the Gentle Craft against the consequence of bureacracy is a question worthy of our best minds. Sit with me while we talk this over.
Workshop Wednesdays with Tony Gambone with his guest Tommy Kulpa & Cynthia White
Tommy Kulpa has been associated with the Insurance and Financial Services Industry for the past three years; and chose this field because of the increase in people outliving their money. I have studied and worked with Insurance, Medicare Supplement/Gap Insurance Plans, Final Expense Insurance, Annuities, 401K rollovers, and Universal Life Insurance products. He joined PHP Agency because of their commitment to save America; one family at a time through their Playbook Process, their standards, morals, ethics, and determination to make a difference. His primary focus is to conduct needs assessments to young families, businesses, and the baby boomer market offering solutions so they live a lifestyle of significance. www.phpdream.com
Cynthia White is an Actor, Director, Writer, Producer and Acting Coach. She has coached hundreds of professional actors and acting students all over the country and world through IndependentActor, a talent development and career coaching consultancy for Actors and Performing Artists. Her book on acting technique and creative career development, Your Castable Types®: Understanding How The Industry Perceives Your Talent Will Maximize Your Acting Success, is published by Smith & Kraus and available at bookstores in the USA, Great Britain, Australia, Israel and India as well as online retailers such as Amazon.com. - See more at: http://www.independentactor.com/about/#sthash.jHOMq8wy.dpuf
The Dr. Pat Show: Psychic World of Clairvoyant Visions with Co-host and Psychic John G. Sutton.Clairvoyant visions show images of not only the past and present but also of the future. John G. Sutton has been a professional psychic consultant for over two decades during which time he has helped tens of thousands of people to plan their lives with the aid of his amazing clairvoyance. Regular listeners to TTR will have heard John's astounding broadcasting and his positively astounding powers of paranormal perception. Call-in and speak directly to John G. Sutton one of Great Britain's most respected psychic mediums and an internationally published best-selling author.
The Questionable Parent with Co-host Glenna Rice: My Child Sees Ghosts. What Should I Do?
Does your child see entities, have imaginary friends? What if it wasn't scary? Tips for talking with your child about their gifts of awareness.
(I apologize for the brief silence in the very beginning. Stay tuned in, I promise it gets better!) The mansion tax in Britain; Kate and George's "baby style" - ridiculous. The Queen knights Americans, and I wish I was one of them.
Britain is looking for reform, but is it the right way?
Join me today for royal news! Call in and make your opinion known.
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This series is using world history to help us, as Progressives think about, discuss,plan and carry out actions and activities as activists within 12 blocks of where we live. We have a very short time to become the citizen patriots our nation calls us to be during this November's elections.
History can inform, illustrate, and highlight both causes and effects from a national or international perspective. In case you missed it, 3/4 of the entire world population is looking to America as their last, best hope for freedom. Tyranny is very much alive and well, and many would claim that statement to be true right here in the USA. Can history inform us? Will we dare, as citizen to look at, evaluate, process and understand our history well enough, soon enough to make our future history reflect our current realities, goals, plans and dreams as Americans?
November's election will surely answer that question. Which answer do you wish it to be, and which answer should it, in fact, be? In this episode, we are going to frame our discorse around the Victorian and Eduardian eras in Great Britain to inform us, and help us understand that along with the emergence, around the planet, of the Industrial Revolution came a new definition and diagnosis to English speaking peoples around the world: the crime of Poverty. England had a very unique solution to this disastrous reality, and more than 15 million people alive today, more than 1 in 10 British (and American) citizens are directly related to someone who felt the pain of this particular solution: The Workhouse (Poorhouse).
Many in today's American Society talk as if such a solution would be preferred for those who find themselves financially embarrassed today, living somewhere between poverty and destitution. Are they right?
Hear interview with Col. John Eidsmoe of the Foundation For Moral Law as we take a look at freedom today. Let's learn lessons from other countries such as Great Britain and what is being allowed to happen in their country as freedom is now in danger. Also hear about the latest in the culture war in our nation today.
unleash Ebola in UK: How an appetite for African delicacies at British market stalls may spread killer virus
Ridley Road in Dalston, East London, is one example of an area with a large African community
It has been identified as a hub for secret market in ‘bush meat’ - flesh of exotic animals such as chimpanzee, monkey and fruit bats
7,500 tonnes of illegal meat enters Britain each year; bulk of it is bush meat
Bush meat is one of primary sources of Ebola's transmission
British observers are seen in footage in several Scottish cities manipulating votes in the independence referendum, we disuss the fraud and what can be done to help the Scots gain their independence, for a two hour show.
1. As a teen, Brecken Chinn came to embrace her German heritage exploring the "big sound" of European synth pop music. Years later, this Curry Communication professor discovered something surprising about herself as she fell in love with the fusion of the Asian Underground.
2. As a child, Melissa Anyiwo grew up in Great Britain with expectations about how she would live as a Nigerian immigrant, but then she discovered the fantasy of America and defied those expectations. This Curry Politics and History Professor reveals who she truly is through Nine Inch Nails.... Shhhhhhh - don't tell anyone because it's a secret!
3. With roots in Old School Hip-Hop, Kylerr Bucano listens to positive messages from his favorite artists. He likes maintaining a positive attitude to help the people around him feel better. This Curry Senior reveals the unique origin of his life in Hip-Hop.
4. As a child, Jeff Lemberg wanted to prove himself. He found inspiration in the theme song to a classic movie and in the music of Red Sox baseball at Fenway Park. This Curry Communication professor discovered something about the impact of music on his daughters when they were infants.
5. Great music always puts David Miller into a spiritual trance. This Curry librarian and professor has become a passionate fan of artists, discovering something surprising about what makes music great.
6. Alan Frank listened to the first music of Rock and Roll, from Doo-Wop and Elvis Presley to The Beatles. This music historian and manager of WMLN radio station at Curry College discovered something about his unique love of music.
7. Allan Hunter dealt with grief by listening to Beethoven's 3rd Symphony. This Curry English professor discovered his passion for great literature by listening to Jimi Hendrix and Cream. He harbors a secret fantasy life about his love for music....
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