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  • 00:31

    TRAVEL ITCH RADIO

    in Entertainment

    One of the world's most mysterious and misunderstood countries, Burma remains a hidden enclave in a modern world. Among the few to visit often is David Heath, author of Burma: an Enchanted Spirit. He's the guest Thursday Nov. 5 at 8p EST on TRAVEL ITCH RADIO with Christine Tibbetts. Listen live on iTunes or BlogTalkRadio.com for this intriguing live interview. [Host Dan Schlossberg returns Nov. 12.]

  • 01:59

    OTTOS KANSAS COFFEE BAR

    in Politics

    Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature listen in to conversations with "Traditional Republicans" who have lived small town life in Kansas across the generations.


    Counterspin (30 min.)  See: http://fair.org/


    Description: This week on CounterSpin: Corporate media in election mode means lots of talk about strategy and tactics and who candidates would like to have a beer with. What it could use more of is attention to core electoral issues like who gets to vote. Joining us to discuss the first presidential race in 50 years without the full protections of the Voting Rights Act is Ari Berman, senior contributing writer for The Nation magazine and author of the new book Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America.


    Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)  See: http://fsrn.org/


    Description: 



    Obama formally rejects TransCanada’s permit request for Keystone XL pipeline
    Stopping Shell in its Tracks: Washington state communities say no to oil trains
    Trans-Pacific Partnership text released – a look at what’s inside
    Cyclone hits Yemen, adding to devastation of eight months of Saudi-led airstrikes
    Burma polls: Suu Kyi says if NLD wins she will assume a post above the president
    Possibly the longest hunger strike in history turns 15 years old
    “The Wanted 18” film tells the tale of West Bank cows that became outlaws


     

  • 01:01

    Living Silent, Laila Perfume and Burma

    in Travel

    Join World Footprints as hosts Tonya and Ian explore the world of silence, the power of perfume and a new Burma.
     
    Imagine living for 17 years under a personal vow of silence.  Our first guest, National Geographic author John Francis, did just that.  After witnessing the devastating effects of the 1971 oil spill in San Francisco Bay, John embarked on a period of reflection that involved a 17 year long self-imposed silence and 22 years of walking.  John’s incredible journey is chronicled in his book The Ragged Edge of Silence: Finding Peace in a Noisy World.
     
    Then, you will hear the extraordinary story of a self-made man from Norway, Geir Ness, and how he is leaving positive footprints through his multi-million dollar Laila Perfume Company.  During our interview with Geir we spoke about his dear friend, 9-time New York City Marathon Champion Grete Weitz, with whom he joined forces to raise money for cancer research.  We learned that Geir substituted for Grete in the 2009 NYC Marathon and raised nearly $300,000 for the Norway Cancer Society.  Sadly, Grete lost her courageous battle with cancer the day immediately following our interview with Geir.  We dedicate this show in Grete’s memory and to everyone whose lives have been affected by cancer.
     
    Finally, World Footprints welcomes back travel writer Cynthia Dial.  Cynthia has recently returned from Burma (Myanmar) and she joins us to share some of her surprising experiences.

  • 01:56

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program, “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris,” opens the Tuesday, June 2, 2015th broadcast day at 10:00am ET with Dr. Nader Sayegh, Esq., in his knowledgable capacity of disparate Christian populations of The Middle East. His fluency in Arabic, knowledge of the Christian faiths in Syria, and Lebanon, and Jordan is one gained through respect of culture, religion, and comprehension of past accommodation of people juxtaposed to the strife of the present day and perhaps even a comprehension of political positioning required of the various actors on the ground whether the nations already mentioned, the influence of Russia, Turkey, Syria, Egypt, Saudia Arabia, Qatar, Iraq, Jordan, Israel, and Iran, as well as the people of Kurdistan and Daesh, The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, and the various factions engaging Africa, The Middle East, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Burma, Indonesia, and beyond


    Wednesday Co-host Dan Murphy, Rising Media Group Editor, joins the show this Tuesday at 11am leaving us bereft on Wednesday, during his normal time slot.


    Hezi Aris pivots onto international news concerns during the remaining half hour that concludes our broadcast day.


    Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Engage us during the two-hour radio time slot using our newly installed Chat Room or place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.


    Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/

  • 00:10

    The challenges of Refugees and Immigrants in U.S

    in Environment

    The challenges of Refugees and Immigrants in U.S


     II am Star Bright Judson, an immigrant from Myanmar (Burma). He was a political refugee, he's sharing  with us  about his background history on why did he left Burma and resettled in U.S.

  • 01:38

    JEREMY TAYLOR "BURMA : AN INDICTMENT" PART II

    in Entertainment

    My Co Host: Monica Rosales Executive Director of DOCMIAMI.ORG The organization is dedicated to promoting the best that documentary film making has to offer worldwide. "BURMA: AN INDICTMENT" -PART II
    Watching the film and seeing the extent of the suffering, one can only begin to grasp the level of greed and corruption employed by the military regime’s control. “It's a real shame. Burma has the largest reserves of gas in Southeast Asia—she's rich in rubies and jadeite, but Burma is the poorest country outside of Africa. Senior General Than Shwe and his cohorts are plundering Burma's wealth for themselves.” The film coherently explains the historical background of how Burma was a peaceful democracy after gaining independence from Britain following World War II. However, in 1962, a military general staged a coup and established the ruling junta, effectively ending freedom and legitimate democracy in the country. “Every time Burma's people and clergy march in the street seeking democracy, freedom, and human rights, they get gunned down. The junta doesn't care if they shoot thousands and thousands of people dead. They've done it before; they'll do it again. The people know it. They’re living in fear. They're terrified.”

  • 00:44

    Lockheed P-38 Lightning

    in Spirituality

    The Lockheed P-38 Lightning was a World War II American fighter aircraft built by Lockheed. Developed to a United States Army Air Corps requirement, the P-38 had distinctive twin booms and a single, central nacelle containing the cockpit and armament. Named "fork-tailed devil" (der Gabelschwanz-Teufel) by the Luftwaffe and "two planes, one pilot" (2????1????? Ni hikoki, ippairotto?) by the Japanese,[6] the P-38 was used in a number of roles, including dive bombing, level bombing, ground-attack, night fighting, photo reconnaissance missions,[7] and extensively as a long-range escort fighter when equipped with drop tanks under its wings.


    The P-38 was used most successfully in the Pacific Theater of Operations and the China-Burma-India Theater of Operations as the mount of America's top aces, Richard Bong (40 victories) and Thomas McGuire (38 victories). In the South West Pacific theater, the P-38 was the primary long-range fighter of United States Army Air Forces until the appearance of large numbers of P-51D Mustangs toward the end of the war.[8][9]


    The P-38 was unusually quiet for a fighter, the exhaust muffled by the turbo-superchargers. It was extremely forgiving, and could be mishandled in many ways.[10] The P-38 was the only American fighter aircraft in production throughout American involvement in the war, from Pearl Harbor to Victory over Japan Day.


     


    The American ace of aces and his closest competitor both flew Lightnings as they tallied 40 and 38 victories respectively. Majors Richard I. "Dick" Bong and Thomas B. "Tommy" McGuire of the USAAF competed for the top position. Both men were awarded the Medal of Honor.


     


     

  • 01:00

    Finding Peace in a Noisy World, Laila's Story and Burma

    in Travel

    Join World Footprints as hosts Tonya and Ian explore the world of silence, the power of perfume and a new Burma.
    Imagine living for 17 years under a personal vow of silence.  Our first guest, National Geographic author John Francis, did just that.  After witnessing the devastating effects of the 1971 oil spill in San Francisco Bay, John embarked on a period of reflection that involved a 17 year long self-imposed silence and 22 years of walking.  John’s incredible journey is chronicled in his book The Ragged Edge of Silence: Finding Peace in a Noisy World.
    Then, you will hear the extraordinary story of a self-made man from Norway, Geir Ness, and how he is leaving positive footprints through his multi-million dollar Laila Perfume Company.  During our interview with Geir we spoke about his dear friend, 9-time New York City Marathon Champion Grete Weitz, with whom he joined forces to raise money for cancer research.  We learned that Geir substituted for Grete in the 2009 NYC Marathon and raised nearly $300,000 for the Norway Cancer Society.  Sadly, Grete recently lost her courageous battle with cancer so we dedicate this show in Grete’s memory and to everyone whose lives have been affected by cancer.
    Finally, World Footprints welcomes back travel writer Cynthia Dial.  Cynthia has recently returned from Burma (Myanmar) and she joins us to share some of her surprising experiences.
    Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for breaking news and information.

  • 02:06

    JEREMY TAYLOR "BURMA : AN INDICTMENT"

    in Film


    My Co Host: Monica Rosales Executive Director of DOCMIAMI.ORG The organization is dedicated to promoting the best that documentary film making has to offer worldwide. "BURMA: AN INDICTMENT" - Watching the film and seeing the extent of the suffering, one can only begin to grasp the level of greed and corruption employed by the military regime’s control. “It's a real shame. Burma has the largest reserves of gas in Southeast Asia—she's rich in rubies and jadeite, but Burma is the poorest country outside of Africa. Senior General Than Shwe and his cohorts are plundering Burma's wealth for themselves.”

    The film coherently explains the historical background of how Burma was a peaceful democracy after gaining independence from Britain following World War II. However, in 1962, a military general staged a coup and established the ruling junta, effectively ending freedom and legitimate democracy in the country.

    “Every time Burma's people and clergy march in the street seeking democracy, freedom, and human rights, they get gunned down. The junta doesn't care if they shoot thousands and thousands of people dead. They've done it before; they'll do it again. The people know it. They’re living in fear. They're terrified.”

  • 00:32

    Your Vibrant Heart with Dr. Cynthia Thaik

    in Self Help

    Harvard-trained, Dr. Cynthia Thaik is a heart doctor who practices with her heart. She delivers security and peace of mind to her clients by orchestrating behavioral and mindset shifts to evoke lasting transformational changes in their health, well-being, vitality, energy, and creativity. Intuitively, she has known that she would serve this calling since the age of five, after accompanying her physician mother to the medical clinic in their home country of Mayamar. There, she witnessed the pure hands-on art of healing,


    It wasn’t until the opening of her wellness center three years ago - where she guided her patients to experience tremendous improvement in their health and well-being through integrative lifestyle practices that focused on nutrition, fitness, and spiritual or meditative practices - that those early childhood memories of the art of self-directed healing were reawakened. A practicing Buddhist, Dr. Cynthia is now on a mission to deliver that message about healing through her new book, "Your Vibrant Heart: Restoring Health, Strength & Spirit from the Body’s Core." She manages two successful cardiology clinics and is the founder of Revitalize-U, a wellness center focused on health, nutrition, weight loss, and detoxification. Visit http://drcynthia.com


    Get the OFF TO WORK CD by Sister Jenna.  Like America Meditating on Facebook, visit our website and follow us on Twitter.

  • 00:52

    Merrill's Marauders and Madison Rising

    in Military

    Guests are LTG (ret) Samuel Wilson - Distinguished Service Cross recipient and original WWII Merrill's Marauder and Davy Bray - Navy veteran and lead singer for Madison Rising.


    Steven Pressfield on LTG Wilson.


    Madison Rising's TEN Million Star Spangled Banner Challenge