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We are artists/singers/rappers. J-Lock Makes R&B and hiphop music, nd also a beast on da piano! Cumin straight from VA. Started his career around 6 or 7. he taught himself how to play piano along with violin and drums. Cato is a singer, coming straight from ATL. She is also a songwriter.
Join Me and my special guest Terry Cato for an in-depth discussion on her book "No Longer A Bridesmaid".
I have been writing ever since I could write words and form sentences. My earliest memory of writing was when I was in kindergarten and I would write sentences in my coloring books before I colored the pictures. As a child, I also wrote poems. I began to write song and rap lyrics as a teenager. Throughout my twenties and most of my thirties, I experienced severe writer's block and did not write any type of creative literature.
?In 2008, I began writing song lyrics again; and in 2010 God gave me the vision to write about my experience and journey to become a wife as I sat in a marriage enrichment class at my church. After writing an outline of the book, it would be another year before I started work on the manuscript. The initial title was Always a Bridesmaid ~ Never a Bride because I felt like a perpetual bridesmaid during my season of preparing to be a wife. After completing the manuscript, I edited the title to more accurately decribe my total experience; and No Longer A Bridesmaid! was born. I have a heart to help women by uplifting, empowering and motivating them to become all that God has called and purposed them to be. My ministry advocates for and suppport causes that uplift and empower women and girls.
I am married to Lloyd; he is my Boaz, my "Knight In Shining Armor" and the King of the castle. We have three wonderful children.
Cato Institute senior fellow, Michael Tanner heads research into a variety of domestic policies with a particular emphasis on poverty and social welfare policy, health care reform, and Social Security. Today, we will be discussing the adverse effects of welfare over workfare. Please join us by calling in during our live broadcast 646-652-4620. Look forward to hearing from you.
Notice: Due to Bishop Cato's illness, today's show has been postponed. Watch for a rescheduled date.
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Bishop L.L. Cato, born Nov. 15, 1940 in La Grange, Texas, graduated Blackshear High School in 1959. Having received his calling into ministry in 1967, he became a pastor 4 years later.
Bishop Cato started his own ministry and is the pastor at Calvary Temple. He attended Cedar Valley College and worked at a drug store. While working at the drug store he met his beautiful wife. He and his wife celebrate over 52 years of marriage. They adopted two children. His son is a guitar player and his daughter plays the organ at Calvary Temple. Bishop Cato says he gives God all the glory for his accomplishments.
ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC released Under The Influence Of The Holy Ghost: Bishop Cato’s Sermon Collection by L.L. Cato on November 15, 2014. Under The Influence Of The Holy Ghost is a collection of sermons Bishop Cato preached and taught over the years in ministry. Called to ministry in 1967, he has written over 100 sermons. He is passionate about ministry and being a good shepherd. Bishop Cato’s sermon collection will inspire, educate, and motivate you to live according to the Bible.
Cato Institute senior fellow, Michael Tanner heads research into a variety of domestic policies with a particular emphasis on poverty and social welfare policy, health care reform, and Social Security. We will be discussing the concept of welfare especially when it becomes more profitable not to work. Please join us in this discussion by calling 646-652-4620. Look forward to hearing from you.
We are pleased that Ilya Shapiro, Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute, has agreed to be our guest to discuss the states Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Mr. Shapiro has written for a wide variety of publications and regularly appears on TV, including The Colbert Report, to comment on constitutional issues. He holds degrees from Princeton University, the London School of Economics, and University of Chicago Law School. You don't want to miss this program. We hope you have the opportunity to listen in on our live broadcast Monday and call in with your questions, or comments, toll-free 888-773-4496. Look forward to hearing from you.
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Michael and Chris Preble, Vice President for Defense and Foreign Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, discuss the military and the troop draw-down, implications for the budget and military expenditures, the OCO Budget, and many more things!
Preble opines, “[t]he first mission of any country’s military should be defense. And, I think our military is ... eminently capable of defending the United States from direct threats. Of course, they’re aided by geography, which still matters, and we, here, our fortunate to be separated from the east and west by wide oceans, and the north and south by relatively friendly and peaceful neighbors. That’s always been the case.” (9:43)
“So much of our military now is geared to defending other countries that could defend themselves.” (10:27) Preble advocates alliances and diplomatic relationships based not on the premise that we defend them, but that they defend themselves. He preaches deterrence, including nuclear deterrence, but a scaling back of the nuclear arsenal. He mentions some prior work on deterrence and the work of his colleague, Ben Friedman, on the Nuclear Triad, and also a collaboration between Preble, Friedman, and Matt Fay called “The End of Overkill, Reassessing U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy."
Unconstitutional bureaucracies Part II. What are they and how to get rid of them!!!
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Downsize the Federal Government By David Coughlin American Thinker
Is liberty or democracy the primary constitutional value? At a time when Americans are increasingly facing violations of their civil liberties, Cato Institute’s Timothy Sandefur shares his new book, “The Conscience of the Constitution”, and explains “The REALLY, Real, Deal” why the Declaration of Independence, with its doctrines on the primacy of liberty, the natural rights of man, and the limits on legitimate government, should serve as the guidepost for understanding the Constitution. The Conscience of the Constitution: The Declaration of Independence and the Right to Liberty, available now at http://www.amazon.com/The-Conscience-Constitution, argues that modern legal doctrines, which value democracy over liberty, are endangering individual rights and corrupting our civic institutions. Join “Brother Craig” and Timothy Sandefur for this insightful conversation, live or on-demand, and share it with a friend.