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Ka'Deem Carey. De'Anthony Thomas. Lache Seastrunk. Names of the top running backs in the nation. Tucked away from the BIG 12 and PAC 12 Conferences there is another name that you are likely to get to know moving forward. His name Kasey Carrier the returning senior at New Mexico who broke out last season rushing for 1,469 yards. In 2012, he carried for the football 30 times or more in three games. The intriguing thing to take note of is Carrier is not 6'0 and 225 pounds he is roughly
Richard Carrier received a PhD in ancient history from Columbia University in 2008. He is author of the books "Sense and Goodness without God," "Proving History" and "Not the Impossible Faith," as well as numerous print and online articles. In this episode, Carrier lends his expertise as we tackle the question, did
Join me and Jason Grantz, QPA, AIFA as we discuss the challenges Advisors face when working with carriers in the DC Space.
Can you differentiate yourself by not taking on all comers? Is choosing the right client and right partner more important than how large either of them may be?
Listen in to find out!
Natonne Elaine Kemp welcomes Toni Carrier and Robin Foster for a discussion of the LowCountry Africana. Toni Carrier (M.A.) is the Founder of LowcountryAfricana, a free website dedicated to African American genealogy and history in SC, GA and FL. Lowcountry Africana, sponsored by the Magnolia Plantation Foundation of Charleston, SC, is currently working with descendants of slaveholders and descendants of slaves, to document the history and genealogy of enslaved communities on Drayton fami
"Where are the carriers?" Regardless of the writing, talking, and pontificating about "Why the carriers?" - when there is a real world crisis - leaders still ask, "Where are the carriers."
Since we waived the requirement for a floor of 11, we have drifted to the new normal of 10 without dedicated additional funding. 10 isn't even an accurate number. With one undergoing nuclear refueling - you really have 9. Knowing what it takes to deploy, train, maintenance and preparing to train for deployment - in normal times, it takes 9 to make three if you are lucky. If you have an emergency that requires multiple carriers onstation - you run out of options very fast, and the calendar gets very small.
Surge? If as Rear Admiral Thomas Moore, USN said last year, “We’re an 11-carrier Navy in a 15-carrier world.” - what risk are we taking with 9 that can get underway?
Our guest for the full hour to discuss this and more will be Bryan McGrath, CDR, USN (Ret.), Managing Director of The FerryBridge Group. We will use as a basis for our discussion the article he co-authored with the American Enterprise Institute's Mackenzie Eaglen, America's Navy needs 12 carriers and 3 hubs.
This week, we are pleased to have return guests Candace and Chris Wohl, whose popular "Our Misconception" blog is now focusing on their current surrogacy journey with their gestational carrier. On this episode, they will be sharing the latest chapter of their journey to achieve parenthood. After enduring countless unsuccessful IVF procedures, they turned to surrogacy, and now have a gestational surrogate now pregnant with their baby girl! Her due date is in June, so both are excited that their dream of becoming parents will soon be true. Candace and Chris were featured on MTV's "True Life - I'm Desparate To Have A Baby," and their ongoing quest to become parents is the focus of their blog, "Our Misconception." Don't miss this very exciting episode on this week's "ABCs of Surrogacy."
This week we talk about the effort to save the United States Postal Service from total privatization with Richard Thayer, editor of The North Carolina Letter Carrier. The interview runs about 40 minutes. This program was pre-recorded on April 17. 2014. No calls can be taken on this subject. DI Sundays is a weekly public affairs presentation of DemocracyInteractive.com a progressive chat community which has been on the web since 2007.
April 21, 2014
Animal Totem Hour with Jeannie Vos @ 8 PM EST
Join Jeannie Vos for the Animal Totem Hour Premiere with special guest, Denise Iwaniw. Denise is an author, sacred pipe carrier and a Thunder Dreamer. As a seer, Denise conducts counseling sessions, lectures and teaches in the U.S. and abroad. Denise is the co-creator of Star Nations Radio Network and Star Nations Magazine. Denise is the founder and president of Gathering Thunder Foundation.
The featured Animal Totem for this month is Lamb/Sheep. Join Jeannie and Denise for an hour-long discussion of all things Totem. During the second portion of each show Jeannie will take callers and requests from the chat room for an animal totem reading and totem message for you.
The Tarot Journey with Julie Hedges @ 9 PM EST
"Beginning the Journey with The Fool" - In this hour of The Tarot Journey, Julie explores the symbolism and the archetype of The Fool card. Often viewed with puzzlement and even disdain, this card actually offers great wisdom and promise of good things ahead. Happily trotting along with a light pack and his doggy companion, The Fool embarks on a new adventure. With just a desire in his heart, The Fool sets off in his travels.
The Fool inspires such questions as: How do you approach a brand new start? How do you prepare for a trip you've never taken before?...and more. Stay tuned during the second half, when Julie offers live readings for those who wish to participate.
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