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Join us this Tuesday, 9:00-10:00 pm EST for a vibrant illegal immigration discussion with special guest Maria Lynda Espinoza, co-Founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project, (www.TheRemembranceProject.org), a 501(c)(3) non-profit illuminating the issue of American citizens killed by illegal aliens.
Born in Rotan, TX in 1962, Espinoza is an outspoken leading anti-illegal immigration activist. As speaker, writer and national organizer for the grassroots movement educating others on the issue, she is also specifically an advocate for the families of Americans who have been killed by illegal aliens.
Espinoza’s flagship initiative is called The Stolen Lives Quilt ™, a national “Quilt of Remembrance”. She has expanded the organization to over 28 states and is widely recognized as the anti-illegal immigration expert responsible for helping Donald Trump glean his now famous, popular and respected understanding of, and public support for, American families victimized by illegal aliens through organizing private meetings of families with the candidate.
Espinoza also aspires to office and will discuss her candidacy for Congress (http://mariaforamerica.com/about/). Call in to join Espinoza and your hosts Reuben Torres & Mark Falzon: 646 915 8117 to listen only; and press 1 to comment or ask a question. This show sponsored by Studentsforabetterfuture.com
Many plans have been put forth to correct the serious immigration issues facing the United States today. Ruthie Hendrycks works formulating legislation regarding, among other things, the H1-B visa program. Tune-in tonight to get her take on both the problems and some solutions. Call in with your comments and/or questions.
We may also discuss, "You Are My Hero", co-authored by Wendy Colburn-Blanco and Kelly Terry Willis, a book chronicling the story of murdered border agent Brian Terry. For more information on Ruthie Hendrycks, go to "The Ruthie Report" HERE
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A Comprehensive Overview of Wyoming Juvenile Court Rules and Relevant Wyoming Supreme Court Decisions
Jill Kucera, J.D., Senior Assistant Attorney General, Wyoming Attorney General’s Office and Elizabeth B. Lance, J.D., Attorney, Wyoming Guardian Ad Litem Program will provide an overview of Wyoming's Juvenile Court Rules and relevant Wyoming Supreme Court decisions. The Rules of Procedure for Juvenile Courts ("Rules") (adopted on Feb. 9, 2007) govern practice and procedure in Wyoming's trial courts in all juvenile court actions: abuse and neglect, delinquency, and CHINS (child in need of supervision) proceedings. These Rules address hearings, discovery and inspection, submittal of reports, right to counsel, pretrial conferences and meeting of parties, stipulations, Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) provisions, inadmissibility of certain evidence, and concurrent criminal and juvenile proceedings. The presenters will provide information on all the Rules, with an emphasis on Rule 3: Discovery and Inspection; they will also present information about Wyoming Supreme Court cases that interpret the Rules. Listeners will learn about best practices and how the Rules are applied in different Wyoming jurisdictions. At the completion of this program, participants will know: (1) The Ten Rules of Procedure for Juvenile Courts; (2) Wyoming Supreme Court decisions on the Rules and (3) How these Rules relate to practices in difference jurisdictions.
Campaign for Liberty / We the People Are One
McCain stated that sealing the borders is crucial now, and this is due to the threat of ISIS and he also stated he's one of the original sponsors of Comprehensive Immigration Reform, this sounds like something out of the Obama Play Book of let No Crisis go without getting something out of it.
Vans programs consist mainly on Political Issues and his Comments on them. He'll have Guests, and take Callins @ 347-857-4804 / 877-572-4283, join us in the Chat Room. We appreciate your Sharing the Program & Join me on Face Book with comments, postings, likes etc., Contact Van to speak with your groups in person. God Bless You All; Van
Campaign Site; http://vanushouse.com
Check the #’s;
FAIR/Pulse, Feb. 2013— poll of likely voters: * 86% believe illegal immigration is a problem in the U.S. * 74% believe the government isn’t effective at preventing illegal immigration.
Rasmussen, Jan 2013— poll of likely voters: * 90% of Union Members say reduction of illegal immigration is important to them.
CIS/Pulse, Feb. 2013 — poll of likely voters: * 64% say immigration enforcement is too little.*71% believe illegal aliens in the U.S. a result of a failure to enforce immigration laws
53% would be more likely to support a political party that favored the enforcement of immigration laws.
Check out this link as well having to do with “AZTLAN” MOVEMENT: http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jan/25/local/la-me-0126-compton-20130126 ,
Contact; Van to share this and more Information with your groups as well.
How often do we look around and say, how can we help bring change? We can easily see many people struggling to stand up against the current ERISA Legislation which protects Wall Street Balance Sheets while causing serious damage to the budgets of Main Street. Insurance denials and terminations placed insured money into the hands of Self-Insured Employers, Private, and Public Insurance Companies. But is this right? Especially while Insurance Policyholders struggle to meet daily needs because Employee Benefit promised has been delayed, denied, or cut short and given back to corporations?
Today lets talk about what we as Insurance Policyholders can do to help bring about change which breaks the cycle of poverty when Employers keep Employee Benefits through ERISA.
Attorney Rebecca Woodworth Brodie grew up in Framingham, Massachusetts. She is a graduate of Massachusetts Bay Community College, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and Suffolk University Law School. Attorney Brodie began her legal career at the employment law firm of Attardo and Miller. Later she joined a well established North Shore law firm advocating for victims of traumatic accidents. Afterwards, Attorney Brodie represented hospitals, going up against some of the biggest insurance companies in the state.
Ms. Brodie is an experienced ESL teacher and a former advocate at several legal aid agencies including Hale and Dorr Legal Services, Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts, Suffolk Legal Services, and The Massachusetts Justice Project. Additionally, Attorney Brodie has developed several community programs such as the Framingham Family Advocacy Program, which represents the women of MCI Framingham, and the New Attorney Mentoring Program. Attorney Brodie is a former member of the Massachusetts Bar Association's Committee on Access to Justice and the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Women's Bar Association. Attorney Brodie's goal is to make quality legal representation available to everyone!
Attorney Brodie is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Massachusetts Law School (?here?) and an instructor of legal and paralegal studies at Middlesex Community College (here).
Pathway to U.S. Citizenship as the "Gang of Eight" (4 Democrats and 4 Republicans) come together to have Comprehensive Immigration Reform in 2013.
The senators behind the framework include John McCain (R-Ariz.), who led an unsuccessful reform effort in 2007, Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), and Michael Bennet (D-Colo.)
Any immigrant who earn a Ph.D. or Master’s degree in science, technology, engineering or math from an American university will receive a green card.
Other criteria: Learn to speak English, pay back taxes, proof of current employment, get a background check to make sure you have no criminal past, pay a fine and go to the back of the line to become an American citizen.
Tell us what you think? Join political pundits and social commentators David Franklin and Lori Picarella as they discuss everything in American news, politics and pop culture.
January 11, 2016 guests
Marcus Jarvis, author of A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the United States, will share helpful advice and comment on recent in-the-news conversations about immigration reform. Marcus was admitted to practice law in the State of Minnesota in 2002. He practices Immigration Law before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and its related administrative agencies; the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA); Federal District Court of Minnesota; and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. He has been admitted to the Federal Tax Court in Washington D. C. www.m-jlawltd.com
Lara Little says "Night sweats suck. And 80% of all women get them." Throughout her fashion career, Lara has been committed to using innovation to solve women’s problems as their bodies change due to having children, aging and other health issues. Lara invented her Lusomé technology with one of the world’s leading textile mills so women no longer have to suffer from night sweats. Lusomé is a beautifully designed sleepwear brand using the most innovative moisture management technology possible for naturally blended fabrics. Lusomé with dryLon™ provides luxuriously soft fabrics expertly engineered for ultimate comfort. www.lusome.com
Currently, there are approximately 2.4 million Americans incarcerated in state and federal prisons and jails. This staggering number doubles when the number of individuals on probation and parole are added. Efforts of individuals such as Russell Simmons, Dr. Boyce Watkins, President Barack Obama, and the #Cut50 movement have brought attention to the disparate sentencing guidelines, commercialism of the prison system, and various other factors that have proliferated the incarcerated population.
On No-Tea with Chrita and Cryss we will discuss the current prison sentencing guidelines, the efforts of President Barack Obama and others to reform the current system, and examine the future of prison reform in this country. Please feel free to call in and share your thoughts at (646) 668-2620.
Read aloud presenter and producer: Sherlene Stevens. Her official campaign website at http://www.sherleneonline.com
Not because we first loved Him did Christ love us; but "while we were yet sinners" He died for us. He does not treat us according to our desert. Although our sins have merited condemnation, He does not condemn us. Year after year He has borne with our weakness and ignorance, with our ingratitude and waywardness. Notwithstanding our wanderings, our hardness of heart, our neglect of His Holy Word, His hand is stretched out still.
Grace is an attribute of God exercised toward undeserving human beings. We did not seek for it, but it was sent in search of us. God rejoices to bestow His grace upon us, not because we are worthy, but because we are so utterly unworthy. Our only claim to His mercy is our great need.
The Lord God through Jesus Christ holds out His hand all the day long in invitation to the sinful and fallen. He will receive all. He welcomes all. It is His glory to pardon the chief of sinners. He will take the prey from the mighty, He will deliver the captive, He will pluck the brand from the burning. He will lower the golden chain of His mercy to the lowest depths of human wretchedness, and lift up the debased soul contaminated with sin.
Every human being is the object of loving interest to Him who gave His life that He might bring men back to God. Souls guilty and helpless, liable to be destroyed by the arts and snares of Satan, are cared for as a shepherd cares for the sheep of his flock.
The Saviour's example is to be the standard of our service for the tempted and the erring. The same interest and tenderness and long-suffering that He has manifested toward us, we are to manifest toward others. "As I have loved you," He says, "that ye also love one another." John 13:34. If Christ dwells in us, we shall reveal His unselfish love toward all with whom we have to do. As we see men and women in need of sympathy and help, we shall not ask, "Are they worthy?"