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If you have ever read the first several verses of John 8 then you have read the story of the woman caught in the very act of adultery. There are some really amazing things that are not readily known but that can be found out if you dig deeper. Listen in find out what Jesus meant by "neither do i condemn you." as well as some other very important happenings in this event. Jesus sends some very important messages to soon to be church and what he wanted it to look like
What does the bible say about the sancity of marriage? Is it just a casual open relationship where two people can "be together" and still engage in casual encounters? Is adultery still a sin according to the Bible or just a relic of the past? Join us as we discuss this topic according to the Holy Bible.
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We air programs on Blog Talk Radio at the following times: Sun 2:00pm, Mon 8:00pm, Tue 8:00pm, Wed 7:00pm, Thr 8:00pm, Fri 7:00pm & Sat 9:00am. All times are Eastern Standard Time.
With the ACT on April 13, this show is RIGHT ON TIME! Join Dr. Yo's TEEN EXPERTS—including Jake Leshem (KO ’14) and Catherine Eatherton (KO ’14, and yes, it’s just a coincidence her initials are...CPE ;-))— both of whom got nearly perfect scores on the ACT this year, as they offer advice, tips, and flat out tricks to beat this college entrance exam. Other TEEN GUESTS include Maggie Geisler (Conard ’14) and Jake Youmans (Hall ’14), both of whom are currently studying for the 4/13 exam. Tune in to hear them grill the experts on how best to reach for their highest scores! Topics include:
What IS the ACT? Does is count as much as the SAT? How is it similar to and different from the SAT? What material should do I have to know? What are the best strategies for each of the five tests (English, Math, Reading, Science, and Math)? What's up with Science Test? Should I take it with our without Writing?And, of course, we'll be taking LIVE CALLS and TWEETS with YOUR questions and comments! If you're taking the ACTs in April or June, tune in or miss out!
Michael Hansen of the Hawaii Shippers Council joins Malia Hill on the Grassroot Perspective to discuss the Jones Act, the provision of maritime law that requires goods shipped between US ports to be carried on US-flag ships that were constructed in the US and owned and crewed by Americans.
This piece of protectionism has created a number of absurd effects--such as making it cheaper for some states to import salt from South America than buy it from Ohio, or greatly increased the cost of fuel in the American Northeast.
But the most severe effects of the Jones Act are reserved for those places that depend heavily on shipping--islands like Hawaii or Puerto Rico. This episode will discuss the effect of the Jones Act on Hawaii, the chances that it can be amended or repealed, and the latest in the efforts to analyze its economic impact.
Topic: Skinny, Fat, Exercise, Food -- it's all a balancing act; get back on track without beating yourself up. FINALLY! The missing piece of your weight loss puzzle is right in your hands! Think Your Way to Thin is all about the whys, emotions, and reasons behind successful weight loss. It doesn't matter which weight loss program you follow. It doesn't matter which exercise routine you do. Why? Becase weight loss is nothing without the right thinking! Think Your Way to Thin Radio Show is the support portion of the successful weight loss program created by Ron Villano, M.S., LMHC, ASAC, CCH and long time weight loss advocate and certified hypnotherapist, Judy Sherman. Together with an experienced panel of experts, they give you the tips and tools you need to find new motivation, new will-power and the new way of thinking you need to keep the pounds off forever!
Tonights broadcast is dedicated In Loving Memory of :
Paul Tibbets who was a brigadier general in the United States Air Force, best known for being the pilot of the Enola Gay (named for his mother), the first aircraft to drop an atomic bomb in the history of warfare. The bomb, code-named Little Boy, was dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. He was 92. Paul Tibbets was selected for bombing Japan When the operation was in development stage there were two main candidates for this mission; Brigadier General Frank Armstrong and Colonel Roscoe Wilson. Both very qualified men. However, Paul Tibbets had an advantage over them. He had experience in strategic bombing obtained while bombing German cities. He had served as the personal pilot of Dwight D. Eisenhower. He was as well a very experienced B-29 pilot making him an ideal candidate. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Tibbets -- Show Tpic -- Does anybody know what The ( Boston ) Marathon Act is? Well you will soon as something we know is in the works to prevent another HORRIBLE bombing like Monday in Boston. The answer is WE NEED MORE HOMELAND Employees as well as NOW STATES also need Dept. of state security reporting to the The Federal Government. Air Traffic for the first time since 9/11 in Boston has been shut down by The Government itself in order to conduct their investigation and catch those responsable for the bombing and HORRIBLE TRAGEDY. Tonight during the next several days and weeks we will again see the WORLD FAMOUS FBI & Homeland taking over locals and running the show. Their pledge & recomendation on how to preevent another will be as easy to perdict as TRUST us more and we will protect you. TONIGHT CPT will cover this story from the start of the race to the ending of horror. Call in or join us in chat.
Exclusive interview with "Flathead Ed" the man who landed the largest fish ever taken in Arizona State History; a 76.52-pound flathead catfish.
Ed tells the story of how he was asleep when the monster cat hit and the battle that ensued.
Read more about it on Pete Thomas Outdoors http://www.petethomasoutdoors.com/2013/04/at-7652-pounds-flathead-is-largest-fish-ever-caught-in-arizona.html .
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Today's Topic: We’re talking about Pedophilia: The thought, The Act, The Forgiveness, A Fresh Start? We’re going to really break down how many people are actually classified as a pedophile and how many people should be according to the definition. We’re interested in hearing your opinion on the thoughts compared to the action and if they too are entitled to forgiveness. Bring your thoughts and be ready to call in or join us in live chat! This is going to be a very debatable topic, so bring your knowledge!
Sunday @5pmcst/3pm pst
Part 1: Boston Marathon Bombing
We will get word from Boston to get an update on multiple explosions near the marathon killing at least 2 and injuring dozens others.
Part 2: Supreme Court hears case asking whether human genes are patentable
This morning the Supreme Court heard arguments in AMP v. Myriad in which they are being asked if a coproration can patent a human gene they extracted. The case wll likely have huge significance regarding future research into human DNA and the pursuit of cures.
Part 3: Congress Repeals Major Tenets of STOCK Act on Congressional Insider Trading
Although politicos everywhere are talking about immigration and gun control legislation this week, little is being said about one piece of legislation that was quietly passed by both houses at the end of last week and signed by President Obama only hours ago. the legislation repeals some crucial parts of a year old law, known as the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act, or “STOCK” (S. 716), which required everyone from the president, down to congressional staffers, to disclose and post records of their investments online.
Passed and signed by President Obama one year ago in order to restore public trust in the federal government and prevent insider trading, some elements faced opposition from those claiming that such disclosures are dangerous to high end political staffers.
Today, part of the act was walked back to exclude staff level employees from the disclosure requirement. The changes do not include Senators, representatives, and executive staff.