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On today's Show: .....The Civility CrisisGrab your Tarot Cards and join your Host, ReeNee Cummins, as we explore Life, Politics, and the "Big Questions" about The Universe and Existance ...drawing cards along with ReeNee, in the Chat Room -- it's time for U to Predict!..."U Predict!" is an extension of The Tarot Guild's Project T.A.R.O.T. - our scientific research project into Tarot and other paranormal phenomenon....SHOW TIMES: 1pm San Diego - 4pm New York
The LWL Brain Trust has hit a philosophical wall. In our discussions about how to have a meaningful conversation about the root causes of the shenanigans in DC this week, we find ourselves appearing to violate the “civility and reason” agreements of the Coffee Party. Shane Brooks, blogger, CP member, and former Tea Party activist, will join this conversation today.
As a group we do not believe this accusation of bias is true. The conundrum is: how does one create a safe place for people from all walks to discuss an issue when the data weighs heavily in one direction?
There is a myth about civility that says it must be weak and “unbiased”: milk toast. We at The Tru
Keep it Civil, Stupid! The Civility CEO, Sue Jacques (pronounced JAKES) is on today's Piggy Bank Promotions radio show, talking about the importance of running a business that insists on civility...and how to set it up.
Come listen on Blog Talk Radio--Wendy Meyeroff
As members of the Coffee Party media team, we here at the Middle Ground see a lot of posts, emails, show responses and tweets. The one thing that continually strikes us is that, no matter how hard any of us want civility, it seems like an increasingly difficult state to attain.
Tonight we're having an OPEN CALL NIGHT on The Middle Ground. We want to hear about what YOU think it's going to take to reach true civility--not just from a handful of us, but from a majority.
Presented by Coffee Party USA, "The Middle Ground" covers a variety of topics with a trans-partisan approach with an eye to finding the place where the two major political parties share that 'middle ground.' Co-hosted by award-winning filmmaker Eric Byler (center-left perspective) and political author Michael Charney (center-right perspective), the show airs every Tuesday 8 to 9:30 pm ET.
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Today we plan to Incite Civility and Reason - but you get to pick your topic.
How about that House Farm Bill? Did you know soup kitchens caused the great recession - if you follow the logic that justified removing food stamps.
And then there is Texas....
Do you have thoughts about the filibuster compromise in the Senate?
I am hot FOR the Follow The Money Act sponsored by Senators Wyden (D-OR) and Murkowski (R-AK)
Have the members of your congressional delegation put their position on the Citizens United decison on their web sites? How did they respond when you asked them to post?
Jeanene Louden and co-host Debilyn Molineaux discuss current events with a particular spin towards the influence of money in politics, actions we can take or innovative solutions that others have found to inspire us. Join us weekly Thursdays at Noon Pacific for the Blue Plate Special of civil politics.
Breaking the Silence of Sexual Abuse
Yvette Tatum is a "THRIVOR" . This woman of God is the" real deal."
She is an author, speaker, conference host, teacher, motivator,mother,wife and so much more.
Listen as Nicole chats with Yvette about her journey and her mission of uncovering sexual abuse all across this world.
"I Didn't Know" brings to the forefront the many hidden faces of child sexual abuse. Yvette shares not only her story, but the compelling testimonies of others--everyone from the actual victim, to the offender, to those who standby by in disbelief and allow these heinous crimes against our children to continue.
Back 2 Civility Campaign with Carla Burks
Why can't we be civil?
With an onslaught of violence and tragedy weighing heavy on our hearts, we come together showcasing that power lies in community kindness and compassion.Please join us in discussing this very tender topic. Host: Ana Lewis and member panelists: Dawn Rivers, Elin Waldal and Jessica Pieklo.
Companies want to sell to Chinese millionaire buyers and need to know the protocol of how to do it. During this episode of Modern Civility with Cynthia Lett, Ms. Lett and Robert W. Frye, CPP (certified protocol professional) will talk about the cultural nuances and business etiquette needed to capture sales from the newly wealthy and mostly young Chinese millionaires who live in or visit Western countries. They explore the growth of the market for high end luxury goods coveted by this market and how companies who wish to sell their brands should be practicing proper etiquette to do so.
Explored will be where this market has emerged, the cultural etiquette you need to know and understand in order to make a great impression and build relationships with this market.
Given today's divisive political rhetoric and the 1% media's penitent for amplifying and spreading it, has the Coffee Party set its sights on an unreachable objective? Tonight, Debilyn Molineaux steps out of her co-host roll and into the interview spotlight to share the story of her run for the Fresno County Board of Supervisors and how she was able to avoid the pitfalls of "politics as usual" and instead infuse transpartisanship and civility into her campaign. She will then
To gain a long-term customer, you need to develop a long-term relationship with them. John Breheny of Brooks Brothers Clothiers will discuss with Cynthia Lett how he and his company have succeeded in building their high-end clientele by building long-term relationships. We will also discuss the points of etiquette you need to know in order to achieve the client base you seek.
In Washington DC, it seems that most of the talking is being done in sound bites to the cameras, for the sake of blaming someone else in the government shutdown...or whatever happens to be the crisis of the moment.
Last week on LUNCH W LOUDEN, we interviewed former Tea Party member, Shane Brooks and he revealed what caused him to start listening to people who had different beliefs than he did.
This week, we’ll interview MoveOn co-founder, Joan Blades about her current project, Living Room Conversations. In her work, Joan has befriended Mark Meckler, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots. We’ll hear Joan’s story of how she came to know Mark, their unlikely conversation on crony capitalism and what else they discovered they have in common.
It’s never a full conversation without YOU, please join us for this blue plate special of civility and seemingly uncommon good sense.
*For the sake of transparency: Debilyn co-created Living Room Conversations with Joan Blades as part of the Changing the Game team. Changing the Game (and Debilyn) also worked with Coffee Party USA.
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