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  • 00:57

    The Religious Political Left - What we Need to Know

    in Politics Conservative

    We know alot about the Religious Political Right, thanks to its critics and the mainstream media, but what about the Religious Political LEFT? We'll connect the dots from recent history to understand how we got to where we are in the 2016 Pres. Election with a Socialist, Bernie Sanders, giving Progressive Hillary Clinton a run for her money. And more. Debra Rae and Audrey Russo join the conversation.

  • 00:30

    Understanding the Purpose and Power of Men by Myles Munroe

    in Religion

    The male holds the key to the nations, and our nations are in crisis.  As the man goes, so goes the family, society, and the world.  The problem is, men don't have a clear idea of where they're going anymore.  They are suffering from a lost sense of identity and the consequences for their families, communities and nations are far-reaching.

  • 03:00


    in Lifestyle

    OPEN MIC..

    Welcome our newest Co-Host brother Jabar

    Let us know what's on your mind..


    “difficult conversations are almost never about getting the facts right. They are about conflicting perceptions, interpretations, and values.” 
    Douglas Stone, Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most

  • 00:57

    For The Love of Food with featured guest Barry Sayewitz

    in Spirituality

    In this week's episode Catch Your Spirit with Terri Ann Heiman welcomes back  author Barry Sayewitz and his new book, Two Pans and a Pot.   A cookbook about family, push ups and fresh foods

    It’s a Nutritional Battlefield Out There

    Do you find yourself loving your food or fighting with it?

    In today’s information era, the landscape of "healthy cooking and eating" is overwhelming. With brands and influencers posting misleading claims, deceptive labels and promoting new super foods, parents are overloaded with conflicting information. That’s where Two Pans and a Pot comes in.

    Barry Sayewitz created a unique family cookbook that explores topics such as: deceptive food labeling, do I really need to buy organic?, the path food takes from the farm and ocean to your kithcen table, the truth about gluten and how these topics relate to you and your family’s health.

    This book will transform the way you approach healthy eating. No Michelin Star chefs, no intimidating terminology, no intricate skills needed, just three easy to learn basic cooking techniques.  You and your family will embark on a journey of nutrition and cooking education while improving overall wellness.

    Join us and learn how you can love your food more and those you cook for as well!



  • 01:39

    2 Many Irons In The Fire... Not Enough Kindling...

    in Spirituality



    Ok… this from my fire meditation… so eye ask for more direction...so that eye may digest this wisdom much more efficiently…

    Eye got up began my day… needing energy as much as guidance…

    The two snakes of the caudeauces … is the human mind...and the GOD mind… balance is achieved thru kundalini fire awakening and innerstanding...your own divine fire…

    Too many Irons in the fire...simply means too many thoughts...to many unchecked thoughts...to many conflicting thoughts...to many indecisive thoughts...to many doubts...to many trust issues…

    These Irons will not allow the fire to grow, to catch, to bee fed…

    Not enough Kindling… not enough balanced thinking… not enough balanced breathing… no one to tend the fire…

    Lets Get deep into the FLAMES THAT BURN KUNDALINI FIRE….

  • 00:55

    The snow storms in the Northeast plus more talk about climate change

    in Politics

    Guest:  Frank Burke, author, businessman and contributor to American Thinker......plus Bob Parks, conservative activist, join me for a look at the snowstorms in the North East.........what was it like to go through such a massive snowstorm?...........we will look at the climate change debate and the confusion from conflicting information about warming and cooling........tmy AT post about climate change.....are we getting cold or warm..........and other stories.........

    Click to support some of our friends....




  • 00:36

    Time to Get Ready for What's Coming in 2016!

    in Politics Conservative

    Why 2016 is the Year to be Wide Awake and Ready for what's coming, both individually and nationally. Ready for what? Then an interview with Janet Folger on her book, "The Criminalization of Christianity"...as more and more Christians are facing persecution, even death, by ISIS and other radical jihadists around the world and here in the U.S., all the more reason to be informed, awake and ready.


  • 00:29

    Stop the Confusion! Healthy Food Choices Made Easy

    in Lifestyle

    Joe wants to clear up his confusion about what to eat and what not to eat, what’s healthy and what’s not. There is so much confusion about foods because there is too much conflicting information, we don’t know what to believe anymore….or what to eat. Nancy has a simple answer that will bring you right back to basics so you will always know what your body needs.

    In the 2nd half of the show, guest Kaitlin Trepanier, will talk about the Life Skill of Respect and how it has helped her become the person she is today. KJaitlin has created a Global Initiative called The Respect Principle.

    Ask me your questions!!! Send an email to nancy@nancyatnoon.com with your question and be sure to include that you would like it to be answered on air. If you can't wait, I have an email consultation service that is personal and private and you get your answers asap so you can put the advice to work.  Ask Nancy website link.

  • 02:00

    Is POTUS Clinton's Past Fair Game? O'Reilly's Killing Reagan a Pile of Garbage?

    in Politics

    Megan Barth-Bubba Clinton Flustered! Asked If His Past Is Fair Game, Plus World's Apart, how two countries are forming – the citizens of each are animated by competing world views. It's what we're talking about with Reaganbaby.com's Megan Barth.

    Craig Shirley-The Reagan biographer says O'Reilly's Killing Reagan is a 'pile of garbage.'  Shirley is an authority on Reagan having lectured at the Reagan Library, is the Visiting Reagan Scholar at Eureka College, and is a member of the Board of Governors of the Reagan Ranch. 

    Robert Dekalaita-ISIS Attacks In Syria Are Devastating For Indigenous Assyrian Christians explains the immigration lawyer who was born in Iraq. He became a lawyer as a way to help his own people and other persecuted minorities, and has handled thousands of immigration cases. 

    Sgt.1st Class Scott Shepro-The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is the nation’s largest high school football all-star game. The players and musicians chosen to participate in the Bowl mirror the strengths of Army Soldiers. Shepro is a mentor to the High School stars.

    Liz Peek-A columnist for FoxNews.com and The Fiscal Times talks about the attempts to save Obama's brand and legacy.  Is it too late?  

  • 00:38

    Are We Sacrificing Our Career for Men? T&A Review Our 2015 Dating Habits, Ep.75

    in Women

    With a new year ahead, forward motion means we have to stop and take stock of where we are and where we've been.   In this episode, T&A share some of their most important insights, and question some of their dating & relationship habits that may be holding them back in life.  Listen in and get inspired as the girls have an in-depth and honest conversation about balancing love and career, evaluate their compulsions and desires in life, and come up with some new habits for 2016 to help them reach their goals.  

    Show Notes

    What are T’s mantras for the year?  (1:35)

    What’s been A’s theme for the year? (2:18)

    What prompted A to do a 5-year review of her life?  What one thing did she see that was consistent all the way through?  (8:05)

    Is there safety in the drama of relationships that is keeping A from focusing on what she really wants to be doing? (10:35)

    What pattern has T noticed in the men that she chooses? (11:17)

    What realization did A have about herself and the men that she dates? (14:51)

    What feelings are motivating A in taking action in her career? (18:52)

    Do men have the same conflicting sentiments regarding work vs. relationships? (19:47)

    What moment of clarity did A have regarding her own talents and success while on vacation? (23:03)

    It’s a natural human trait to surround yourself with those you admire.  Was T taking it one step further, though? (27:54)

    When you have sex with someone, is there a subconscious desire to take on some of their qualities? (29:25)

    FULL Show Notes and Links HERE: http://www.tatalksex.com/are-we-sacrificing-our-career-for-men-ta-review-our-2015-dating-habits-ep-75/

  • 01:01

    Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Clinton Paradox with Joanne Bamberger

    in Moms and Family

    Hillary Clinton’s name is on everyone’s lips as we head into the 2016 presidential election. Is America ready for a woman president? How research on women’s likability impacts Hillary’s campaign? What do feminists really think about Hillary? Why Hillary Clinton can and should change the way America cares for children and supports families? What those pantsuits really mean to women’s power and agency in a man’s world? Will voters accept a woman commander in chief? How can voters hate a woman chosen 17 times by Gallup as the most admired woman in the world?  

    These are some of the topics covered in the Amazon #1 bestseller Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox authored/edited by Joanne Bamberger. The book is an anthology that explores the question of why so many Americans, especially women, have such complicated and conflicting feelings when it comes to one of the most well-known and admired women in the world — Hillary Rodham Clinton.

    Joanne Bamberger, an entrepreneurial journalist, award-winning writer, and attorney, is the publisher and editor in chief of The Broad Side, a noted digital magazine of women’s commentary.

    Join Joanne Bamberger and me on Wednesday, January 6, 10-11 A.M. CT US. We will be discussing the complicated feelings about one of the most powerful women in American politics and possibly our next president.