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You may have heard my previous broadcast about foods banned in other countries. Most of those foods were in fast food items, but what about the foods your bring home? The fruit snacks "made with real fruit juice", the cereals with toys and cartoon characters. Besides just the sugar, there is coal tar and many other harmful ingredients in our and our kid's foods. Some of these just may be leading us towards more people with ADHD, auto immune issues and more. Find out what you need to know to #keepkidshealthy.
Should the Christian be concerned about environmental issues? Pastor Brian demonstrates why the Christian should be involved in environmental issues and concerns. In addition, Pastor Brian speaks with RT's political analyst concerning the coal ash spill in North Carolina and the great concerns that North Carolinians should hold as it relates to pollution to one of North Carolina's major rivers.
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Mining the Akash, and getting to the soul level of our issues is a speciality of Australian practioner/trainer/author Jenny Johnston, and she's coming to TapFest on EFTradio to talk about how this deep process of introspection and discovery can help YOU find deeper and more profound transformation in your life.
She's written Tapping Into Past Lives, now available on Amazon, to talk about her personal journey to this place of reflection and powerful service. With many years of experience in occupational therapy and clinical hypnosis, Jenny's added tapping, reiki, Matrix Re-Imprinting, Past Life Regression and much from the metaphysical, for transformative results.
Her experiences and trainings have combined to create a deeper dimension of her work, that speaks to the soul level, in her system called Quantum EFT. This is your invitaiton to discover those gifts and tools to access not only deeper levels of information. Come and experience Jenny's method of mining the Akash on your behalf for higher levels of understanding and wisdom surrounding your own soul purpose. A world-traveling Quantum EFT trainer, TapFest is pleased to welcome Jenny to our community, and the opportunity to learn more about her impactful work.
Your TapFest host Jondi Whitis is a Practitioner and Trainer of Trainers in NYC, offering customized training and mentoring for confidence, mastery and artful delivery. Contact her for profound integration of tapping with your unique life purpose and to more powerfully serve those you've uniquely come to serve. Jondi@eft4Results.com
Mountain Justice Spring Break 2015 will take place from March 7-14 at Natural Tunnel State Park in Southwestern Virgina. The hands-on event (register here) is where environmental justice issues collide with workshops, site visits, speaker panels, community service and movement building.
Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Eva Westheimer, Community Organizer for the Center for Coalfield Justice, to the show on Tuesday Feb. 24 at 11 am Eastern time. We will discuss the upcoming Mountain Justice Spring Break. And Eva will give us an update on efforts to: stop Mountain Top Removal and other forms of extreme coal mining, raise awareness of these devastating practices and encourage clean energy and alternatives to surface mining.
Click ont he following links for more information and contact information: Eva Westheimer Twitter & Facebook, Center for Coalfield Justice, Mountain Justice. Please follow @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter and check out Talkupy.net for archives and more.
CanAm Coal (COE.V or COECF) believes in the long term viability of coal as a fuel source and that demand will grow going forward. CanAm Coal had a record year in 2012 producing over 455,000 tons of coal in mining friendly Alabama. This is almost a ten fold increase from 2010 demonstrating significant production growth. Over the next three years CanAm's goal is to possibly produce 2-3 million tons of coal. The company is developing three new mines and has attracted a significant financial institution to fund the operations. The company is well positioned for 2013 after investing a significant amount into opening up three new mines in 2012. CanAm is a surface miner which does not have as many risks as underground mining. CanAm is the recipient of the "Sentinels of Safety" Award commending safe and reliable operations. CanAm has focussed on building reserves and producing the higher quality cleaner coals, lower in sulphur, ash, mercury and arsenic. New EPA regulations could drive demand and premium pricing for CanAm's cleaner coals. The company already has 85-100% of 2013 production sold out and close to 650-750k tons for 2014. This provides investors with highly probable cash flow and earnings stability. The company could eventually generate a significant amount of free cash flow to make further accretive acquisitions. CanAm's quality coals are already sold out for 2013 as they meet the new EPA standards. The company is deeply discounted with a market cap that is less than one times EBITDA and trading near a three year low. Most of their peers trade three or four times that value and CanAm is considerably undervalued in the sector. The mines are run by 30 year industry veterans that has put their own money on the table. Management owns just over 25%.
Disclosure: Author and Interviewer Owns CamAm Coal and the company is a sponsor on my website.
FRIDAY at 10pm ET/ 9pm CT/ 7pm PT - Host MARY CONLEY (Kentucky Coal Miner's Wife from #TheAmazingRace Seasons 10 and 11 All-Stars) brings you THE AMAZING RACE 2ND PIT STOP SHOW every Friday, just an hour after the Award Winning show airs on #CBS! Past TAR Racers join MARY as Special Guests too! It's so much fun to recap #TAR right after everything happens! So come on by and lets chat about what #PhilKeogan said to the last team to meet him at the mat, where YOUR favorite team placed, etc! We'll Enjoy THE AMAZING RACE together, each week, One Pit Stop at a Time! Don't be shy! Call in at 1-347-237-5506 or you can click our link and scroll down the page to find our Live Chat Room too! Cherry Garcia and Paul from Minn. will be Co-Hosting.
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Our guest will be Janine Blaeloch, Founder & Director of Western Lands Project, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that fights public land privatization in order to protect the environment and the public interest. Their mission is to scrutinize public land trades, sales, giveaways, and any project that would cede public land. Their goal is to keep public land public.
Janine will talk about the destructive utility-scale solar plants planned on 19 million acres of public lands open to industrial solar applications, instead of alternatives that would focus solar development on degraded lands and in the already-built environment.
Each year, approximately 200 land deals are proposed by the Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service, in addition to those introduced by legislation. The BLM & the Forest Service do exchanges of land with private parties, including timber companies, mining corporations, ranchers, and developers
While the two sides must get lands of equal market value, and the exchange must create a net benefit for the public, the appraisal process can be corrupted and the public interest is often ignored. For years, the Forest Service was trading lushly forested lands to timber companies in exchange for the cut-over, damaged land the companies had already exploited.
And in the U.S. Congress, members wheel, deal, carve up, and give away public lands with no regulations to hinder them. Frequently, the bottom line is the direct, pragmatic opportunity to reward friends or curry political favor through the gift of public land.
Last week an oil train carrying explosive Bakken crude derailed and caught fire in Fayette County, West Virginia. Forty-eight hours earlier, on Saturday, an oil train carrying toxic Alberta tar sands derailed and spilled in Ontario, Canada.
Todd Paglia, Forest Ethics executive director, released the following statement:“Oil trains are simply too dangerous for the rails. Whether it is explosive Bakken crude or toxic Alberta tar sands this extreme oil cannot be transported safely by train. Twenty-five million Americans live in the blast zone and nearly everyone else lives downstream of an oil train route.
Matt Krogh is the Director, Extreme Oil Campaign for Forest Ethics
With over 12 years experience in nonprofit work and advocacy, Matt joined ForestEthics in August 2013 to direct a new campaign targeting tar sands on the West Coast of North America, Tar Sands SOS. Most recently as the North Sound Baykeeper at RE Sources for Sustainable Communities in Bellingham, Washington, Matt has spent the last three years fighting against Gateway Pacific and other proposed coal terminals on the West Coast. As a freelancer, he and his father co-authored a book on integrity and principle-based decision making—both critical components of effective advocacy.
Most people today are familiar with biometric identification technology that is increasingly expanding within public and private firms as a method for verifying and tracking inventory and people. Yet how many know that a widespread adoption of human chip-tracking is set to begin in the year 2017? As newer versions of RFID-like transmitters become even more sophisticated—such as merging human biological matter with transistors to create living, implantable machines, my guest, a former police investigator, documents how the Mark of the Beast is just probably just around the corner.
Is Future Shock here? What does the NSA data-mining of Americans point to? Are RFID chips part of a coming electronic bondage? What possible trigger events are in the near future? Is the Mark secretly under development?
Former police investigator Terry Cook and best-selling author Tom Horn, co-authors of BEAST TECH say yes. Terry Cook joins us to tell us what they’ve found.
"Liz Peek was one of the first women on Wall Street to earn that most hallowed of titles --Partner. After graduating with an Honors Degree in Economics and as a Durant Scholar from Wellesley College, she joined a research boutique on Wall Street where she developed an improbable expertise in backhoes, mining equipment, oilfield wireline services and drilling fluids. She became a CFA and in 1975 she moved to Wertheim & Company, a leading equities house which subsequently was bought by Schroder, Inc. and then by Citigroup. During almost two decades with the firm, Liz became a top-ranked analyst covering oilfield services companies, co-head of investment research and head of the firm’s international research department. As a partner she was seconded to Schroder to assist that company’s entry into the equities business at the time of London’s “Big Bang”, and then assigned to build Wertheim’s equities business in Tokyo.
Liz was the first woman to head the National Association of Petroleum Investment Analysts, a national organization of several hundred energy investors, and was a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal, Oil and Gas Journal, Wall Street Transcript and other industry periodicals. She was a guest on Wall Street Week and other financial programs.
In recent years Liz has been a columnist with The Fiscal Times and FoxNews.com. For several years she was the business columnist for The New York Sun; she has also written for The Huffington Post, The Motley Fool and published a weekly column on Women on the Web (wowOwow.) She has also contributed articles to Trends, a business periodical in the Middle East, Avenue and The New York Observer. She is a regular guest on FoxNews.comLive and has appeared on other TV programs including Larry Kudlow and Fox and Friends. She has been twice nominated for a Loeb Award."