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In this episode Tim talks about the cartoon character Dilbert and his quote.
"The Road to Success......is always under Construction."
If you are currently working on a project, goal or would like to achieve your dream, you will not want to miss this.
Also listen in on the In the News - Financial Planning for Business Owners.
Finally hear the Smart Money Minute - as Tim coaches you on something smart to do with your Money. This Week: How to Defeat Money Mind Games.
It's Black History Month and Harriet Tubman is a Cartoon. I believe the cartoon is wonderful artwork. It's just an artist's rendering of a great moment is history and of a person of fact. The music is by Papa's Results, a music group that was on Kenneth Howard Smith's upstart recording label back in 1976 called MasterTrack Records. The group went on to be signed by Warner Elecktra Atlantic (WEA Records).
in Self Help
A cartoon slamming mothers-in-law in a local newspaper upsets a woman who is a mother-in-law. Join the discussion about why making caricatures of people can hurt relationships.
Whether you are experiencing relationship breakdowns at home, at work, or at play, tune in today to hear Dr. Joan describe alternative solutions. Listen as people like you call in to talk about their dilemmas. Follow Dr. Joan as she guides callers toward keys for harmony.
A portion of each program is devoted to the reading of Dr. Joan's published stories about human disputes. She is currently reading from her first novel Gra Im Thu! I Love You! The story is about two Irish families who find themselves intermarrying, even though they are poles apart in the areas of religion and politics. Tune in and listen to the story, as the O'Grady and Gwynn families learn to solve their potato encounters and develop a sure-fire method for making delicious mashed potatoes together. Find out how diversity and harmony can live in the same house!
WAY BROADCASTING Presents
Teens On Air Hosted by Zach Callison
"By teens, for teens, from a teens perspective"
For the first time in radio history, teens now have their own station! Teens On Air is a weekly radio talk show which broadcast live from Hollywood on Friday nights at 6pm. The celebrity host is none other than teen sensation Zach Callison from Cartoon Network. Zach gives teens a first hand perspective on some of the challenges he faces as a working actor. At any given time, you never know what teen celeb co-host of Zach’s will show up to chat with fans. Also, the newest upcoming and never before heard music in teen world gets served first hand from Zach’s iPod! The Zpod! Find the Lowdown in H-Town only with Teens On Air!
Special Guest:Actress/Singer/Songriter Ashley Argota
Zach's Z-Pod, Enjoy enteracting with your favorite celebrity courtes of EWB and Teens On Air. Who will be on our next Top 5 countdown? Supported by platinum producer with Disney and major projects Andrew Lane.
Get a inside on Zach's World behind the scenes, Hang with Zach and all his celebrity friends each week Friday 6 p.m. (Pacific)
Read more: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ezwaybroadcasting/2014/07/19/teens-on-air-and-zach-callison-with-guest-grace-rolek#ixzz38S5g2aeo
Today, I continue to discuss the nativist agenda in America by discussing the Amptoons.com political cartoon, posted below, and how the anti-Catholic and Anti-Semetic bigotry are old traditions in America and they have, over the centuries affected Irish, Chinese, Japanese, and Latinos as they do today. Then, after reading a piece by Ruben Navarette, I discuss how my membership in the fb group "El Conservador" has been terminated and I read some of their commentary which serves as a mouthpiece for the evil white supremacist Tanton Network. Then ensues a discussion of why America needs MORE immigration, not less and the fact that the Tanton Network does not represent the facts completely or correctly that the American birthrate is on the decline and must be resurrected or our culture and economy will collapse. Finally, I share a discussion of capitalism and its integral nature to our culture and our American economy and how that supports American innovation and leadership. As an example I comment on the remark, "If it can be made here (in America) it should be" which I remark is not correct but seems so. I correct that it should read, "If it can be made here competitively, it will be." Finally, I explain why this is true and American innovation fueled by investment is alive and well today. Finally, I point out that my analysis of Chinese and Russian aggression is the result of American retreat was echoed by the National Review.
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