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The new "Cesar Chavez" Movie is out. Chavez agreed with the Tea Party on immigration. He was against undocumented workers working in the U.S. and he was opposed to illegals crossing the border into the U.S. Of course these things are left out of his bio by the Libs.
Obama goes to Saudi Arabia to check in with his Muslim bosses.
Julius "The Chef" Jackson joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss his next fight which will be September 26 against Rogelio Medina and his brother John's impressive win on PBC over Dennis Laurente.The Chef also talks about his desire to one day face Julio Cesar Chavez Jr and what he would have to do to defeat him.Jackson ,who is one of Gennady Golovkin's main sparring partners, talks about GGG's biggest test thus far when he meets David Lemeiux later this year.We also get Julius' thoughts on Floyd Mayweather taking on Andre Berto on September 12.
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Ask yourself one question: What if finding love was easier than you thought it was??
Cindie Chavez is an intuitive life and relationship coach. She brings a special blend of practical skills and magic to everything she does. Cindy is going to share a short list of super easy to implement tips for finding love that you can put into practice today to get you well down the road to happily-ever-after.
Cindie knows the "secret" that if it's hard, you're probably not on the right track to getting where you want to go. She's going to outline the easy way to envision and live the life and love you want.
Brother Cesar is a graduate of and a Associate Professor of Theology & Biblical Studies at the Life Christian University,as well as the Pastor of the Christian Center Family of God, a Spanish Evangelical Church located in Tampa, Florida. Brother Cesar is also a Licensed Insurance Professional
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First we'll discuss the new biblical film Noah. Then we review Arnold Schwarzenegger's new movie Sabotage. That's followed Cesar Chavez and Breathe In.
On a roundtrip to San Diego this past Saturday, we drove and drove and drove from Highland to San Diego to Fontana. Along the way, we passed a large agricultural field where I glimpsed 8-10 men, dressed for working the field (large hats, long sleeves, bandannas tied around their neck) walking among the rows of soil and greenery.
During a luncheon hosted by the Chicano Latino Caucus, I heard Maria Elena Durazo speak of the man, Cesar Chavez and La Causa. She said to the brothers and sisters in the room that this discussion was not nostalgia in any way, for the call to action is as imperative now as it ever was.
I considered the men in the field, I thought of my friends in the Warehouse Workers who have fought and won lawsuits for stolen wages, unsafe conditions and more. Fans in the warehouse. Safe, drinking water available. I reflected upon my husband who has sat in a few anti-union training sessions over the past several years. And my niece, who, in less than a year, has been told that a union only wants her money. Her hard-earned minimum wage, part-time, money.
And, I wanted to remember something grand and powerful and imperative and I wanted to move and dance and start a revolution. After all, I was sitting in the only union-hotel in both San Bernardino and Riverside county. We just had a special election where Tea Party/Anti-Union Republicans turned out 2 to 1, aided in part by a split in our candidates and by the apathy of working people. It has been two decades of Central Labor Council Secretary-Treasurer Stalnaker where cohesion and electoral effectiveness have been decimated. Yes, it is time to bring some poetry and some vision.
Alejandro Marquez just wanted to follow in his father´s footsteps. A life of service to the country he loved, and its most important industry. He dreamt of a career in the oil business, and began his climb up the ladder in a multinational project. It was a life to envy - until August 2nd, 2004. That's the day Alejandro voted in favour of ousting Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez. What happened next is a story the world must hear. And an event that continues to reverberate among Venezuelans. Especially in light of the recent national elections.
Alejandro Marquez is the author of ¨My Experience: My true life story inside the oil industry in Venezuela.¨ Available now at amazon.com
Extraterrestrial, Conspiracy theories, government cover-ups
Aliens, UFOs, Conspiracy therios
Aliens, UFOs, Conspiracy therios
Tuesday, June 9, at 9PM ET/6PM PT, FightSaga Radio presents a special "Hall of Fame weekend" edition of "Boxing Legends" with Don "War a Week" Chargin and "The Sweet Science with James Gogue"!!
Kicking off tonight's packed, two-hour show, the six decade boxing legend will talk about his annual trip to Canastota, New York, for the 2015 International Boxing Hall of Fame induction ceremony this weekend. "The Don" of boxing will examine all of the inductees, as well as the passing of referee Frank Cappuccino at age 86.
The six decade matchmaker and promoter will also share his thoughts on a seemingly imminent showdown at 155 pounds between Canelo Alvarez and Miguel Cotto!!
At the thirty minute mark, three decade fight trainer James Gogue will analyze a mythical match-up between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Julio Cesar Chavez Sr. at 130 pounds.
- Strengths and weaknesses
- Keys to Victory
- Mythical pound for pound prediction for Mayweather/Chavez at Super Featherweight
The Gogue will also set up this Saturday night's fight action from Birmingham, Alabama, and NYC, New York!!
Tune in to a very special, two-hour Hall of Fame edition of "Boxing Legends" with Don Chargin and "The Sweet Science" with James Gogue, exclusively on FightSaga Radio!!
Telamon, a 46 year-old company, brings human services to people and communities in twelve states, doing business in two of them as Transition Resources Corporation. Chartered as a non-profit organization, Telamon's purpose is to improve the lives of those in need. They do this through the operation of a diverse array of programs for farmworkers, children from low-income families, and other groups with special needs.
We invite you to join Michigan Mobile Musings host Melissa Birnie and Don Kuchnicki, State Director of Telamon and 2015 Recipient of the Cesar E. Chavez Social Justice leadership Award by the Southwest Michigan Ceasar E. Chavez Commitee on Feb 8th at 3:30 P.M when they expolore the opportunities technology brings to the agricultural industry.
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